After Huey V’s recent EP release “So Below” he has been making waves in his city from performing at Summerfest in Milwaukee to throwing the first pitch at the Brewers game. He just released a dope video “Feelings” directed by Shula The Don, following his EP. Huey V has garnered over 2 millions views on his latest video releases. Huey V’s new video “Feelings” is his version of Jay-z’s famed single “Song Cry” displaying him as a storyteller in the new video. The cinematic scenes kick off the visual showing the stages of a toxic relationship from arguing, fighting to being back in love. The opening scene sets the tone within seconds of an argument between the two, sparking an even more fueled situation. Huey narrates and watches each scene telling the story from both sides. Lyrics like “You don’t view this house as a home no more” bring out parallels in relationships that everyone can relate to. Huey raps about regret an imperfection while pouring out a liquor for love lost.
Since Huey V’s introduction to the industry he’s been consistently dropping bangers and building anticipation leading up to his follow up EP “So Below,” (Mixed by Young Guru). He just released his new video “ByGones Be By Gone” and while he’s still considered one of the industry’s best kept secrets, the visuals and singles off the sequel project says he’s leveled up. ByGones Be By Gone is a step up from his past videos and shows the fun side of Huey V. We’ve also included the official release date for “So Below” which is June 10th.
With his past music coined as “powerful” according to RevoltTV.com, Huey’s highly anticipated EP “So Below” is set to release June 10th. The Warehouse Music Group (in partnership with Roc Nation) artist has been on the industry radar this entire year landing major press in Source, HipHopWeekly, Rap Radar, HiphopSince1987 & FSD.
Prepping for the sequel to his previous release “As Above,” his new project “So Below” encompasses an evolving sound as he’s becoming the voice of Milwaukee. Singles such as “After The Deal,” and “More Love” gave a sneak peek into what’s expected, yet the new video “ByGones Be By Gone” shows another side to Huey V. Shot by Shula The Don, Huey rides the tempo with a couple of baddies by his side. Filmed on a wild night in Miami, ByGones Be By Gone shows him getting caught up in the life and losing control. The cinematic visual is edgy yet tells a story everyone can relate to. With over 2 million views on his visuals, new video “ByGones” flips the script.
Warehouse Music Group lead artist Huey V is putting numbers on the board and is full speed ahead on his mission to dominate the rap game. From his latest video, “After the Deal,” to his last EP release, 1 million is his magic number; however his new video “More Love” zooms in on his love for his city Milwaukee. His previous EP “As Above” spoke to gun violence and despair in his hometown. His new video “More Love,” puts his audience in a visual location and gives a vivid picture of his surroundings growing up. Huey V poetically describes the pain he’s experienced due to losing loved ones from gun violence. This is the second video off his highly anticipated EP “So Below” which is set to be released in April.
This past week HUEY V teamed up with City Year Milwaukee (Rufus Middle School) and Adidas Sound Labs (Curie HS) to speak to students in Chicago and Milwaukee. Students had the opportunity to hear his latest single “More Love.” – dedicated to victims of gun violence and had intimate conversations about how the students handle stressful situations.
Following his video release, Huey V performed at various SXSW stages including HHS1987 Live From 6th St (3/16), Thumpin Thursdays with MC Buddha (3/17), and more. In preparation for his second EP “So Below,” Huey V teamed up with Adidas Sound lab and City Year to visit schools in the Chicago and Milwaukee areas. With major co-signs from Source Magazine, Revolt TV, Rolling Out Magazine, Rap Radar and more he is not only raising awareness but telling his truth in More Love., video.
From Artist to CEO, Memphis Bleek has been a force to be reckoned with within hip hop since he made his debut on Reasonable Doubt in 1996’. From the booth to the boardroom, Bleek’s eye for talent has launched him into his latest business venture Warehouse Music Group. Milwaukee rapper Huey V, who is signed to Warehouse Music Group, is leading the pact dropping his latest single “After the Deal ” on January 28th. Huey V spits with conviction as he reflects on life after signing to WHMG heavily weighing in on his survivor’s guilt.
From Huey’s perspective, “After the Deal” is about change that comes with growing pains and with elevation comes isolation. You wish the people you started with are still here to celebrate with you…. it’s bitter sweet. When you are trying to get to where you’re going, everyone can’t come.” Produced by V Spence and mixed & mastered by Young Guru, “After The Deal” is a part of an upcoming sequel to his previous EP “As Above” that dropped in 2021 in which he pens the uphill of experiences that come with success. Huey V has already been making noise in the industry with major features in The Source, HipHopSince1987, Audiomack Trending, Andrew Barber interview and more. Following its release, “After The Deal ” official video will premiere on BET Wednesday February 2nd. With over 1 millions views from his previous release, WHMG has a point to prove with not only Huey V’s latest single, but in having their finger on the pulse of rap and front lining new sounds with quality storytelling.
Milwaukee, Wisconsin artist Popi Xo releases his second instalment in his “Sincerely Xo” mixtape series. “Sincerely Xo 2” is a seven track mixtape that includes his singles entitled “Where The Pape” and “Shoot At Em”. Music has been a dream of Popi Xo since he was seven years old and he recorded his first song in 2010 and has been going hard ever since.