February 27, 2018 in Music, Video by

Stevo The Weirdo – Whateva [Official Music Video]

One of my favorite Portland rappers, Stevo The Weirdo, dropped a chill single with a dope video earlier this month in Whateva. A couple amigos (what’s up, Garry!) some free PBR and Black Mannequin gear are all Stevo needs for a fun afternoon on the town. While doing the most is commonplace in rap vids

February 14, 2018 in Album Reviews, WOHM Premiere by

Al-One Releases “Back 2 The Northwest” On Stand Alone Records

Just six months after dropping his 2017 album, Sharptongue, Sandpeople alum Al-One is back with another full-length album with Back 2 The Northwest. While the crafty NW vet’s discography dates back to the late 90s, B2TNW is the flagship project for his new record label, Stand Alone Records, and what an entrance it is. The unique

January 26, 2018 in Music by

Webb Wavvy – Apply The Pressure [EP]

Webb Wavvy is a rap name I’ve heard thrown around for a while, and after a couple of spins through his latest tape, Apply The Pressure, I can say he’s well deserving of the attention. When he’s not gracing the cover of weed mags alongside Seattle cool kids Gifted Gab and Kung Foo Grip, you can find the Fine

January 26, 2018 in Album Reviews, R&B, Women by

Paris Alexa – Bloom [ALBUM]

Singer/looper/producer Paris Alexa dropped her highly anticipated new project, Bloom, this morning, and it’s everything we wanted.  The 7-track R&B/Soul experience is solid from top to bottom, putting the 19 year old Seattle songstress’ skills on full display. Acoustic and upbeat production pairs wonderfully with Paris’ powerful voice, lending to a sensual and intimate listen.  Deadhead

January 25, 2018 in Music, Video by

S. Loyal – Trapping Is A Hobby ft. Trap Kitchen LA (Prod. by 6ix) [VIDEO]

Portland rapper S. Loyal hops off tour and makes his WOHM debut with a clean new video with cameos from Spank of Trap Kitchen, as well as FLIBOIMOE and Mikey Vegaz. Slangin’ out the food truck is the theme as Loyal does his thing over a tough beat from 6ix.  Buzzing locally with their new

January 25, 2018 in Music by

The Pariahs – Jazz Ciggy

The Pariahs are one of those bands you can’t really pin a tag on, but their latest single, Jazz Ciggy, is undeniably hip-hop. Lead vocalist Wes Guy – a long time WOHM favorite – leads the way with his Kweli-esque flow, running circles around and through the eclectic instrumentalists’ dynamic living beat.  With an album slated for

January 24, 2018 in Music by

Maze Koroma – Rewind (Prod. by Neill Von Tally)

Maze Koroma has the uncanny ability to sound experimental when he knows exactly what he’s doing. Over a spacey beat from label-mate Von Tally, Maze spans topics in a way only he can, leaving listeners with more than a few things to think about. The EYRST signee released his latest yesterday via Pigeons & Planes,

January 23, 2018 in Music by

Brown Calculus – Live At The Map Room

Brown Calculus, a duo consisting of Brown Alice and Brown Calvin, made their own unplugged style album, Live At The Map Room, during an intimate live performance. (And no, I wasn’t invited, but I’m not going to hold it against them.) The live album flows beautifully. A soulful collection of melodies that demand calm, the EP

January 23, 2018 in Music, WOHM Premiere by

Yung Mil – Crabs In The Barrel ft. Philup Banks [Official Music Video]

“I can’t name a person that I owe something / but they still be asking let me hold something. Nah! Did this by myself by my lonesome / (But I) got these real ones riding with me for the long run.” Yung Mil dropped flashy new imagery for Crabs In The Barrel, which features an appearance from

January 22, 2018 in Music by

Chris Lee – I Already Know (Prod. by DJ Banks)

Chris Lee broke this lil’ gem out at The THESIS earlier this month but I didn’t know he’d dropped it already. I Already Know is a short but sweet lil’ slapper that showcases Chris penchant for making West Coast anthems. Word has it Lee has over a 100 songs in the vault, we’ll be here