Casey Veggies

A list of artists debuted full-length projects today, ranging from albums to mixtapes. That includes a free release from Inglewood’s own Casey Veggies (Customized Greatly Vol. 4: The Return of The Boy) and a collaborative joint from fellow producer-rappers Havoc and The Alchemist (The Silent Partner).

Prince does whatever he damn well pleases, and that includes stripping his music from all music streaming service but Jay Z’s TIDAL.

This edition of Wired Track’s features new releases from two of rap’s most promising newcomers: Casey Veggies and Vic Mensa.

Chance The Rapper released music sparingly between 2013’s Acid Rap and Donnie Trumpet’s album of the year candidate Surf, on which he provides major assistance. Since appearing on the latter, the buzzing MC blessed fans with a collaborative EP with Lil B and returns today with “Israel (Sparring),” featuring NoName Gypsy.

Times have changed and New York City is no longer the de facto city of rap dominance. The lack of support for local artists is partially to blame, but other artists simply saw their proverbial “hoop dreams” deflate as quickly as their stars rose.

Hip-Hop Wired returns with some youthful energy in the latest installment of Games Rappers Play featuring Inglewood rapper Casey Veggies.

Instagram, more times than not, is the hub for stunting done on the Internets these days. But for rappers, that fact is magnified 100 times, especially when said artists are traveling somewhere that has no mosquitoes.

Casey Veggies detailed his first ever trip to Cape Town, South Africa on more than just Instagram. Here’s a visual for his new track “3AM In Cape Town (Swag Worth A Mill Pt. 3).”

Rising West Coast rappers Casey Veggies and IamSu! put on for Los Angeles and the Bay Area respectively on “Backflip.” So much so that YG joins the party on the official remix.

A quick glance at Casey Veggies’ Instagram page indicates just how fruitful his trip to South Africa has been so far. So much so that the West Coast rapper debuts a new track called “3AM In Capetown.”

Reese, a familiar face in the Atlanta rap scene, grabs some DJ Mustard production for his new track “Parade,” featuring OG Maco and Casey Veggies.

Jay Z’s Life+Times debuts the third episode of their Where I’m From mini documentary series. After delivering candid looks at Hit-Boy and SZA, the cameras stay West Coast-based with Casey Veggies.