K.E. On The Track
Houston’s futuristic R&B artist, Ayrius connects with Atlanta hitmaker, K.E. On The Track, on This Moment, one of his biggest sounding underground records to date.
King Ray drops a brand new single Xpensive, featuring Tone Yates and featuring K.E. On The Track.
Scotty ATL ain’t here for your resolutions to the new year. So skip the gym that you’ll only be going to for a week, and listen to his latest.
OJ Da Juiceman wants you to respect The Plugg on his latest.
Boldy James first introduced the Bully Boys on his project Trapper’s Alley 2 on the records Toast to the Kings and Can’t Come Home. Here is their debut song Golden Empire produced by K.E. on the Track.
Tracy T links with K.E. On The Track for a new track Million Dollar Nigga.
K.E. On The Track, with help from DJ Spinatik, gets Young Lace and Boosie Badazz on a remix of his You’re A Thot instro that dropped last year.
New music from Yung Mazi featuring Bankroll Fresh titled Every Man For They Self, produced by K.E. On The Track.
Here’s another K.E. On The Track-produced jawn, this time laying down the instrumentation for Nashville native Joel on his Love You track.
Rich The Kid takes it to NorCal, linking with IamSu! on a new track She Wit It, produced by K.E. On The Track.