WeUpOnIt.com Fresh Spit Interview W/ S. Gold (@sdotgold)

Every hard working artist deserves their shine. Some are given opportunities and some make their opportunities. I got a chance to chop it up with up and NC spitta S. Gold. We talked about his inspirations, the grind of an independant artist, how he built his brand his stage performance, his new project The Storm and more. So sit...

WeUpOnIt.com Fresh Spit Interview W/ Scotty Atl (@scottyatl)

To become a Fresh Spit artist, there has to be something special about you. You can't just be the run of the mill up and coming artist. Those come a dime a dozen and all of them claim to have the next smash hit single. Scotty however is different. He's cut from the cloth of the lyrical southern rapper....

Fresh Spit: Warren Dean Flandez (@cmc_warren) Ft. Lago “Love You Like You Do”

Warren Dean Flandez
Warren Dean Flandez is a up & coming Canadian singer who judging by his new single "Love You Like You Do" is clearly on the rise. Right now he's participating in the Cover Me Canada contest dedicated to the next big Canadian star. If you like his new single vote for him here. You can also pick it up...

Fresh Spit Video: Nas-T (@nasdasht) Ft. Superior Tek “Take Time”

Nas-T drops the visuals for the 2nd single off of his new album Life And Times. This one is called "Take Time" and features Superior Tek.

Eubanks “Like She Love Me”

Queens spitta Eubanks drops off his new single "Like She Love Me". Off of his currently untitled upcoming EP.

Fresh Spit: Ricky Ruckus (@rickyruckus) Ft. Gucci Mane (@gucci1017) “Make A Song”

NC spitta Ricky Ruckus gets an assist from none other than Gucci Mane on his new single "Make A Song".

Young Dirt “Welcome To Reidsville” (Mixtape Cover & Tracklisting)

NC up & comer & Fresh Spit alum is set to make a major splash with his upcoming mixtape Welcome To Reidsville. Here's the official artwork & tracklisting. Featuring appearances by Rick ross, Ca$hOut & more.

Fresh Spit: Ricky Ruckus “Workout One”

North Carolina veteran Ricky Ruckus returns with a verbal workout that goes harder than some niggaz entire albums.