Chicago artist Alexander Blane’s distinctive voice and unique style separates him from your average singer. Pay attention how he authentically displays his craft in his newest visual for “Silence”. The first drop from his upcoming album, “Patience".
Starsky releases his official music video for his record entitled "Out My Feelings" featuring Mississippi artist Master Jugg.
"The Magical Vibe From (OMF) Out My Feelings Came To Me (MASTER JUGG )on A Diverse Vibe. I Told Myself It Was Time To Switch It Up Starsky Walked In And Was Like That’s it There ! That’s how I knew we had one from the melonies that blame Swagg / Ys Trakkz Put In The Instrumental It Was Crazy. I Went In And Recorded The Song In 5 Min With Thank Aaron My Personal Engineer, He Stated That It Has This Vibe That Makes You Motivated & I Voluntarily Agreed." - Master Jugg
Yung Lano Has Mainstream Success in His Sights for 2022
Following in the footsteps of successful musicians in his city, Yung Lano is intent on being up next to taste hip hop stardom.Hyde Park, Massachusetts artist, Lano Soprano aka Yung Lanois a rapper on a mission to make it big in the industry. Since his adolescence coming up, he destined within himself to make it out from the trenches. That dream was set ablaze at the rise of musical artists like Joyner Lucas, BIA, and Millyz that paved the way for other young talents from the city of Boston,Massachusetts to make it big.
Rising New York recording artist Ol' Smith premieres his visual "Carry On" , a film by Weekend Warriors; directed and shot by Jordan Hiraldo. The nostalgic visual was shot in the streets of Los Angeles, CA and has been gaining some traction. The melodic single speaks on O'l Smith and his trust issues with females and friends upon elevating. Ol' Smith, whose real name is Oelis De Los Santos, was born in Puerto Rico and raised in the Bronx.
Growing up in the Bronx influenced Smith to get into hip-hop. Inspired by artists such as Andre 3000, Fabolous, Romeo Santos and many more. He also has an artistic unique style in fashion that naturally grasps people's attention. His passion for music would only grow larger after putting his baseball career on hold after gaining recognition from universities across the nation. Smith's unique melodic sound is therapeutic, from expressing himself through music he's managed to make a name for himself in the streets of New York.
Coming from a rough background encouraged Smith to spend more time recording music; racking up many new singles and networking with artists and producers around the city. His records "Gotta Go" and "Go Hard" were some the firsts to really break the ice and gain heavy traction. Smith performed opening acts for artists like A-Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, UnoTheActivist, Thouxanbanfauni and more; grabbing crowds with their energetic, melodic cadence while shaping the new New York sound. Watch "Carry On" and stream the single on all platforms
Trenton, New Jersey artist Nu Jerzey Twork drops off his official music video for his record entitled "Strapped In". Spyy vs Spyy is the first of a new Battle Rap compilation album series showcasing the newest music from today’s hottest Battle Rappers! Nu Jerzey Twork, Goodz, Chess, Jus Daze, Crystal Renee, Strapped1700, O.T.M to name a few! The album is hosted by Babs Bunny of Battle Rap League Queen Of The Ring and the prolific Dj Kay Slay of NY’s Hot 97. Battle Rappers are part of Smack URL & Queen Of The Ring Battle Rap Leagues and also The Control Room and more. Battle Rap Fans will enjoy the new music from some of their favorite Battle Rappers!
Soca Music Star, Motto, Teams up with New York's Hot 97 DJ Bobby Konders to bring you "Playing Games" produced by Motto. The first single of the forthcoming BBP/POE Digital album, "Soca Quarantine Breakout" with DJ Bobby Konders.
DJ Dap (@DJDap) F/ Kent Jones (@KentJonesWTB) - "Magic"
DJ Dap born in Panama City by way of Tallahassee started out doing music back at home in Panama City where he became interested in music and learned how to deejay and started doing music performing in a local rap group called N Moshun (In Motion) where he traveled and performed while in high school. Once arriving to Tallahassee for college to join FAMU's Marching 100, he got into radio heavily on the college station WAMF shortly after he stopped marching and did some music with the late Total Kaos which is apart of a made for TV movie called "Sharing The Secret" and a track on a Bass Compilation called "Mo Betta Bass" with local record label Mega Ace Records. Now he returns to music with help from Tallahassee native Kent Jones by way of Miami to do music again and put out a new album titled “From Panama City To Tallahassee." The first new single is an up-tempo grown folks record called "Magic." The follow up to Kent Jones' smash hit top #4 single "No Plans For Love" with DJ D Nice and Neyo. "Magic" is the next grown folks hit that can take you from the club to the skating rink. The video is shot in Tallahassee, FL around Florida A&M University and several locations in the city. It's directed by Miami director AJ The Visionary.
The song "Mollywood" is sang by the character Molly (MDMA) who becomes jealous of the person it is attached to, because they are trying out new drugs. "Mollywood", through different characters and a film-like feeling, explains the story of a person in a crowd trying to feel accepted and discovering new drugs. As the song goes, the story evoles and so does the main character, who realizes that Molly isn't enough anymore to fill that void. In the bridge of the song, the person goes on a bad-trip that ends with an overdose; mixing Molly with LSD (Lucy), adding alcohol and Marijuana (Mary-Jane) to the mix, followed by Crystal Meth (Christina) and finished with a shot of Heroine (Hero). By the end of the song, the character is revived, but we realize that they are still hooked, stuck in a loop, in search of that feeling and cries out "Molly, Mollywood you help me" or "Molly, Molly would you help me?", 2 different ways to see it.
Our goal is not to stop drug use, because this will never happen, but rather help raise awarness about drug abuse. Many of us have lost dear ones, friends or family due to substance abuse. We hope "Mollywood", will help young adults understand the importance of taking care of their body and mind, but also the dangers of mixing.
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Laniyah Westt (@LaniyahWestt) - "Lemon Pepper" Freestyle
There is a new body of work that just dropped and it needs to be heard. Laniyah West recently released "Lemon Pepper Freestyle" official music video and it's a whole vibe! Her passion for music began at 8 years old & officially started making music at age 15 years old. She won 1st place in a rapping contest at age 16, for BDL4Life Magazine. She dropped her first EP at age 18 years old titled 8/28 and she has opened up for Rod Wave. Her inspirations are Sade, Tupac, Nas, J Dilla, and Nicki Minaj. She has upcoming music, music videos, events, and EP project dropping in November 2021. The project will be full of clever concepts, creative delivery and beats that are slapping. Her EP will tell a vivid story from start to finish. We look forward to watching Laniyah West blow up out the south and grow among the fans. Go listen, and watch Laniyah West, the next artist to blow out the south.
SkipperBoy (@SkipperBoy4) - "Buster"
Upcoming New York recording artist SkipperBoy premieres his visual "Buster" directed and shot by WhyCueTV. The dark cinematic video was shot in the streets of Peekskill, NY and has been gaining some traction ever since. The melodic single speaks on SkipperBoy and his trust issues with females and friends upon elevating. SkipperBoy, whose real name is Erik Bond, has been making music for over a decade now with many released singles.
Starting his career in 2010. He quickly caught the ears of many DJs like DJ Lazy K, Whoo Kid, and the late DJ Diggz. Having an ear for music, SkipperBoy can instantly hear a radio classic. The artistry inside SkipperBoy doesn’t allow him to stay confined to one type of genre. He's influenced by Rock, Hip-Hop, R&B, Soul and the list goes on. He is the definition of what it means to be innately hip-hop, as evidenced by his mastery of music which was primarily self-taught.
In 2018, he released his debut single “Let’s Go” following up with the release of his first rebranded EP “SkipperDaGoat” which is self explanatory. Fast forward to 2020 he released a joint project with Roswell Gray titled Rosboy. SkipperBoy has dropped several singles over the last year including Silhouette, Shake Dat, Message, Entanglement, Stand Up produced by NickJrOnTheBeat & The Compilation (2.0) EP with his brother Lou Costello. Watch SkipperBoy's Buster and stream his singles on all platforms now.