Crazy Hood Productions Presents: The Weekly Rap (Week 4) | 5 Dope Artists Get Heard!

Here at in association with Crazy Hood Productions are proud to announce “The Weekly Rap”.  This is a series dedicated to featuring independent artists. Every Monday we’ll feature music from five different artists, one song each. This week we’d like to welcome Apollo Lofton, Ill The Messiah, Miles Bass, Reese Da Realist and Kahrion to The Weekly Rap!

Apollo Lofton – “Never Trust a Soul”

From Miami, FL – Apollo Lofton is a MC making a name for himself, wanting to be known as one of the best lyricists to ever come out of South Florida. “Week in and week out I keep dominating the underground airwaves with freestyles” Apollo continues; “I want to be known as one of the most versatile and illest rappers to ever hold a pen out of Dade County.”

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Instagram: @apollolofton

Twitter: @apollolofton

Ill The Messiah – “Knowledge”

Aspiring conscious artist “Ill The MESSIAH” started getting involved with music around the age of 17. But not until the age of 19 did he begin taking his musical career seriously. “It was all uphill from there” Ill states; “I began doing numerous shows all around Los Angeles & the San Fernando Valley, slowly but surely I started creating a stable fan base.” Heavily influenced by Capital Steez. Ssiah says “I’m here to spread my message to the masses, in hope that one day we can change this planet & unite as one.” Ill The MESSIAH is signed to NuWorld Music Group / Create Music.

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Instagram: @lightbearerssiah747


Miles Bass – “Champion”

Miles Bass, a passionate artist and producer from New Jersey. Miles says “Champion is the epitome of exhilaration and empowerment making it.” Miles continues; “It’s the perfect soundtrack to start your day.” The melodious, confidence boosting vocals accompanied by the acoustic guitar softly underlying the trap production, effortlessly merges the worlds of hip hop and contemporary music. Miles says “I’m a multifaceted artist with a sound that is distinct from many of the other upcoming rapper-producers of this era.” With his catchy, evocative, and uplifting lyrics permeating your mind, “Champion” can turn anyone’s bad day into a better one.

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Instagram: @milesbass1

Twitter: @milesbass1

Reese Da Realist – “Who You Know”

Reese Da Realist grew up in a perplexed neighborhood in Glenarden Maryland, where he found himself compelled to make a positive change in his environment. Reese Da Realist was well-known in his neighborhood of Glenarden as one of the most creative, realist, and intelligent young men to come from that area in a long time. With lots of features in various publications and satellite, local, national radio and TV stations. 

When asked what separates him from other artists, what makes him stand out? Reese replies “I’m consistent, versatile, a risk taker and I write what I feel”. Reese continues; “I write what the track tells me. You can hear my hunger, my passion. I sound as if I’m in the industry, and I’m not”.

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Instagram: @ReeseDaRealist

Twitter: @ReeseDaRealist

Kahrion – DFTR (Don’t Fear The Reaper)

Kahrion is coming off of his recent successful project “Rambe World” just over a year ago that has caught the eyes and ears of many Chicagoans.  He has received write ups from Lyrical Lemonade, Fake Shore Drive, and was even featured in These Days News’ “Songs of the Summer!”  Needless to say, there is plenty of buzz surrounding Kahrion’s name as he continues to make music for Chicago, with new music on the way.

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Instagram: @Kahrion

Twitter: @Kahrion


If you’re an independent artist that would like to be featured in The Weekly Rap, please submit your music for consideration. Every Monday we’ll feature music from five different artists, one song each. Here’s your chance to get some exposure!


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