Vi City Hits Us With A Hot New Single Titled “OnGOD” Featuring Harv
One of Chicago’s very own, Vi City, originally from the Wild Hundreds, is back on the music scene. Crafting a sound that captures the pain and hope of a youth striving to make a better way, combined with the ambition and skills to actually have made it out, the celebratory tones reign supreme on this wave of sound for the veteran rapper, songwriter and producer.
Vi’s introduction to the game came via working with Mathaus Ent. & Chilly of the 1st & 15th label in conjunction with Lupe Fiasco. Shortly after, he connected with DJ Skee to release a mixtape under Skee’s Skeeter’s TV label. His next stint came working with St. Louis’ own, Nelly, co – penning the hit Country N**** Fly (CNF).
In the midst of acquiring a deal with Universal Music Publishing Group (UMPG), Vi wrote and featured on “Some Ish” by Sir Michael Rocks ft. Twista off of his #1 debut solo album “Banco.” Along the way, he co-produced and wrote with the iconic producer duo Da Interz (Tuo Clark & Kos who’s worked on Rihanna, Justin Bieber, Nicki Minaj, and Nas)..
Vi also has music placed on the hit show Empire.
Prior to deciding to drop new music of his own, Vi founded and branded Hundreds Entertainment, a music and film production firm of which he signed talented artist, Phoînix Keyz out of St. Louis, MO and has started crafting Phoînix’ debut project around each of the 6 instruments he plays.
Chicago Indie Rapper B.Bandz Just Dropped New Single With TST Legacy Records
B.Bandz is a independent rapper from Chicago, who is signed to TST Legacy Records.
B.Bandz began 2020 with a bang! He released “Apart”, a street banger featuring fellow Chicago native CalBoy. It received more than 50,000 streams on Spotify, 10,000 views across YouTube, not to mention the countless music outlets that are supporting Bandz. He dropped his smash new single “Make Her Dance” on Valentine’s day.
A little background on B.Bandz released his first official single “YRN”, at age 16. The next year he dropped his biggest single “Porsche”. Since then he’s rocked crowds at Revolt, A3C, SXSW, Rolling Loud (w/Zoey Dollaz), and performed at numerous events across the nation. Bandz has a away of connecting with listeners on and offstage with his swift, witty, lyrics and with his signature “drippy-drill” vibe.
B.Bandz has a busy year ahead of him with the upcoming release of his 6 song EP “Humble Drip”, working on new music with a variety of artists, performing some of his hits such as, “Porsche”, “YRN”, “Apart ft CalBoy”, and his latest release, “Make Her Dance”, which is available on all digital streaming platforms!
Stay tuned in for great things to come throughout 2020 from the homie B.Bandz aka Big Bankz Bandz! Follow Bandz @TheRealBBandz on all social media sites to catch up on his next moves!
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The Drippy Drill ArtisT Releases New Single “Apart” With CalBoy
Ahead of his forthcoming EP, “Humble Drip”, Chicago-native B.Bandz teams up with fellow Chicago native, CalBoy (@147Calboy) for his new single and visual titled “Apart”.
B.Bandz is a fast rising independent artist. Having already worked with the likes of Bay Swag, Zoey Dollars, Lil Mouse and CDot Honcho just to name a few, Bandz has been able to bring his sound and wave outside of the city (Chi-Town).
Set to drop a 6 song EP titled “Humble Drip“ very soon, Bandz first serves up “Apart” with CalBoy to gain momentum for the project. The two rappers trade verses on how their struggles and grind set them “Apart” from the rest. B.Bandz just released a club banger titled “Make Her Dance” we will review that single next time!
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Bandz has been hitting the tour scene pretty heavy over the years. He’s performed at the iconic Revolt club in Miami Beach, The Riot Room in Kansas City, A3C, SXSW, not to mention going on tour with both Curren$y, and Chief Keef. He’s been on stage with the mayor of Oakland teaching her his new dance “The Bandz Walk“.
Stream “Apart” on SoundCloud or YouTube. Add “Apart” to your playlists, and share with your people!
Check out the Dj reviews below!
Dj Smoke Says
“I give this track a rating of 4 out of 5. This is a street banger for the 35 and under community, but really anyone can rock to it. I’ve heard many of B.Bandz songs, this one stands out to me the most. I like the collaboration with CalBoy they mesh well together on the track.
“After listening to the new single from B. Bandz, I have to give it a rating of 4. It would definitely hype up the younger generations. You can definitely tell that it is a midwest banger by the flow and the beat. It follows in the footsteps of 147Calboys “Envy Me” with a hyper energy.
“This Video was shot and edited nicely. The location makes it really look good. The song, I give 3 stars overall.
The production Is nice. CalBoy brung the heat as he does. This is a street record. Check out the video here, and how I scaled this record.
All hail the new Kween of R&B fusion whose new singles and upcoming EP are making waves all across the U.S.
ATLANTA, GA – Music lovers across the world need to hail the new queen of Reggae and Pop. The royal one, AKA Kween Kalanii, is a hot new artist from Atlanta whose fusion of sounds and styles is all the buzz across the Southern U.S. And her new EP that’s set to drop on Valentine’s Day 2020 will propel her into superstardom across the entire country.
Two of her singles from that upcoming EP are already available to stream across all platforms. The first is a Reggae/Pop fusion called “Rasta Love” that incorporates elements of R&B. She calls it an “upbeat, feel-good song” that uses the setting of a beach vacation to examine the fun times a couple can have when they’re in love. Kween grew up listening to island music which influenced her taste in Reggae. She’s born in Dayton, Ohio, raised in Cincinnati and now resides in Atlanta which is her home!
The other single that’s making waves is “Done Her Wrong” which is more of an R&B-forward vibe that tells the tale of her struggles to make it in the industry while also raising three young children as a single mother.
“It’s a song that tells my testimony of coming out of an abusive relationship and telling my truth so that it will motivate and empower other women not to stay in that situation,” Kween said. “It’s basically me saying — “Look at me now. You shouldn’t have done me wrong.”
Kween said the vibes she brings through her music are original and authentic, without much auto-tune or trap or “vixen,” as she calls it.
“I’m also BBW,” she said, “and I’m creating a whole new wave. It’s music with a Southern tone but with a late 90s or early 2000s vibe. It’s an original Southern R&B and Soul and a hint of Hip Hop and Trap. I have a rough edge, that’s what I say I’m not a vixen. I’m dressed up but I have sneakers. Even though my teeth are nice, I still rock the 10-piece gold. But at the end of the day, I want my music to be known for female empowerment. I want my story to be one that encourages other women to embrace their flaws and turn everything that has hurt them into the reason why they’re great. This music is just me telling my truth and a lot of other women’s truths in a more raw way. It’s me being honest because I feel like honesty is something a lot of people in the industry today try to cover up. I’m telling other women to move on to the next thing and make better versions of them.”
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Party vibes take center stage with club banger ‘Red Room’ from South Florida natives Jiggz & Damis
MIAMI, FL – Three South Florida friends with an ear for great music and a talent for connecting with people have joined forces to create a genre-defining new sound. Artists Jiggz and Damis together with producer Ray Ali have dropped a new single called “Red Room” that is quickly becoming one of the most talked about club bangers throughout the South. Its upbeat vibe and party-time theme is connected with fans from all walks of life and is poised to be the kind of viral sensation that spreads like wildfire around the globe.
The trio of performers first came together about three years ago when a mutual friend introduced Jiggz and Damis to Ali. The two rappers had been working together on music off-and-on, and when they stepped into Ali’s studio it was like lightning struck.
“That first day we started making music and everything just clicked,” Ali said. “We’ve been making music ever since and we’re working on our third project together. The sound just keeps evolving and it’s cool to see this fusion of melodies and high lyricism come together. It’s a whole different vibe that people haven’t heard before. Our beats are current but we’re also bringing out a whole different vibe. We are confident in our sound. If it gets heard by the masses, it will blow.”
At an early age, Jiggz and Damis knew they were destined for greatness with music. Jiggz performed frequently for large crowds, and Damis discovered early on an ability to bring words to life through his expansive vocabulary. When they linked up with Ali and immediately fused their talents together, magic happened. After that first day of work in the studio, the trio started talking about what they wanted to represent with their music and the legacy they wanted to leave on the world. The idea of high-quality diamonds was brought up as a metaphor for the type of music they wanted to create shortly after the idea of Diamond Global came about. Not just an independent label, Diamond Global will also encompass multiple other entertainment endeavors – from short films and videos to clothing lines and production for other artists.
“It’s our way of encouraging everybody out there to be the best version of themselves,” Damis said. “Not everybody is a perfect diamond, but everybody is a diamond and is a perfect version of themselves. And that’s what we want to show with our music – that people can be themselves. We want to motivate people to do better and to strive to be the best they can be. The whole reason we linked up together is because we saw that all of us have talent and we all want to strive to be better every day and push each other.”
In addition to “Red Room,” the trio has also been riding waves of success off their EP “DMND Vol. 1” as well as their debut single “Regardless.” With the release of “Red Room” and a music video that’s about to drop for that song, the group knows they’re about to become nationally recognized artists. They’re already hard at work on a follow-up EP with the intention of creating a “collection of what our sound is” over the course of multiple projects.
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Omaha Nebraska, is a market waiting to get put on the map, and Loso Tha Artist is ready to put it on his back, opening the year with a intro like visual for “Validation” which may appear on his upcoming project “Equilbraim 2”.
Check it out and follow @Loso_Tha_Artist and stay in tune!
Chicago artist and profound emcee, Vell Da General is set to release his latest project “Da Platoon” soon and today comes a joint produced by Super Producer C-Sick (Fabolous, Meek Mill, Logic) titled “Kung Fu”. This joint is slated to be on the upcoming release as well as a new visual for it in the works.
Check out & stream ‘Kung Fu’ and stay in tune with Vell via social media: @VellDaGeneral on Twitter & @VellDaGeneral10 on Instagram.
Fresh Afrobeats artist Abblaze sets international dance scene on fire with new EP “Rhythms & Heartbreaks”
NEWARK, NJ – He may be new to the American music scene, but Abideen Omisola (known by his professional name, Abblaze) was born to be in the music game. Born in the US, Abblaze first got into music a long time ago while growing up in Nigeria. Harnessing the best of many worlds, Abblaze’s versatility stems from his background of moving around and living in different countries.
Those diverse influences are reflected in Abblaze’s new EP, “Rhythms & Heartbreaks.” His unique Afrobeats music is an uptempo, groovy mix with percussion-heavy rhythm and American lifestyle influences. Recorded in New Jersey and New York, the 9 track collection was released on January 27th and features heartbreak music, love songs, and music about situations the artist has encountered. The first two singles from the EP are “High Life,” a track about a love for smoking marijuana and for anyone trying to attain the best for their lives; and “Number One,” which praises the woman of his dreams who has taken over his heart.
Although a music veteran, Abblaze only began recording his work about a year ago. His previous EP, “Best of Both Worlds,” came out while he was still young in the game and perfecting his craft. In a short time, the artist has matured and grown and the new EP has a more grooved and refined sound while maintaining Abblaze’s signature Afrobeats style and messaging.
Growing up in Nigeria, Abblaze fell in love with music when he learned to play the recorder in middle school. To date, the artist considers his best beats to be the ones with recorder and flute music in the background. He also first began taking his writing seriously in Nigerian, winning multiple awards for his work. Ever since he figured out how to apply his essay writing talents to writing his own music, Abblaze has been burning up the dance scene.
Abblaze developed his core base in Nigeria and being raised there not only influenced his sound but his attitude towards music. Although Nigeria is considered an unstable country, Abblaze said “When you go there, you wouldn’t know that when the music is playing, everybody’s into the music and entertainment. You think ‘Is this a country where people are not living well? The standard of living is kinda low compared to the developing world.’ They don’t act like it! People are partying and having fun! I think that is reflected in my music.” When Abblaze finds himself going through trying times, his music is like therapy for him.
Since he was young, his taste in music has been all over the place. He listens to everything – from Classical to Dancehall, Afrobeats and Pop, and grew up listening to artists such as Westlife, Backstreet Boys, Britney Spears, Elvis, Snoop Dogg, Vice Cartel, WizKid, Jay-Z and Ed Sheeran. “It doesn’t matter what it is,” Abblaze said. “It’s music – it just depends on how you connect yourself to the music.”
Abblaze has big plans for 2020. He has already shot footage for two new music videos. A video for “Number One” will be released first, possibly on Valentine’s Day, followed be the second single, “High Life.” He also will likely shoot a video for a third song, “No Lie” in April or May.
Right now, Abblaze is firing up his base in the New York / New Jersey area. Very soon, listeners all over America will be grooving to his distinct Afrobeat rhythms. With his international background and appeal, Abblaze’s music is destined to set the entire world aflame. Music is a universal language and Abblaze is ready for everyone to hear what his music has to say.
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‘Since You’ve Been Gone’ continues wave of success with fresh take from Antonio Blue’s band
PORTLAND, OR – In 2020, West Coast artist Antonio Blue dropped what became one of the hottest singles of the year. The laid-back, melodic vibe of “Since You’ve Been Gone” has connected with many audiences all over the U.S. and Antonio has seen a rise in notoriety as a result. And now, with the help of his Rawzky Records Entertainment band, he’s putting a new spin on the single that gives it a little more edge and a little more energy.
“This single with the band is gonna be huge,” he said. “It’s a completely new sound and it’s amazing.”
Antonio said his desire to create a new version of the song reflects his desire to reinvent himself in some ways this 2020. Over the past few years, he’s been making music under the moniker King Rawzky. But he said that over the course of the past year, he’s come to realize that he wants to strip back all the outer layer of performance and let fans get an up-close and personal look at who he really is.
“It’s all about life’s metamorphosis,” he said. “I didn’t want to portray any titles or labels upon myself or the people behind me. That’s why I’m getting rid of all the monikers and all those things. I’m starting with a clean slate and taking my second chance. I’m showing people the person I truly am – as genuine and pure as it gets.”
Toward that end, Antonio said “Since You’ve Been Gone” really demonstrates his desire to make R&B music that goes back to the roots of the late 1980s and early 1990s. He wants to put out music that reminds R&B fans of the songs from artists such as Boyz II Men and Bobbie Brown.
“Those kinds of songs that you heard and you just wanted them to keep singing,” he said. “I’m giving you one artist on one song with no breaks, and with that you’ll see that my vocal ability and arrangement is incredible.”
Antonio said he originally wrote the song as homage to a woman with whom he’d previously been in love. He wrote it as a way to express to her how much he did care about her.
“I need a person in my life with the same spirit and who can understand what I’m trying to accomplish with my music,” he said. “This song was written to tell my ex that I recognize there is so much she has done for me over the years, but that I don’t regret our breakup because I just got tired of giving and giving and not getting back in return. When I think about my love life, I realize I can let it sometimes interfere with my dreams. So this song, in a lot of ways, is about letting the past be the past and looking only to the future. That’s what I’m trying to present here. You can’t let the past control your world and your destiny.”
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Raspy rapper R.O.E. launches next wave of success with new single ‘Hard Living’
PLEASANT, TX – Up-and-coming rap star and entertainer Cordarro “R.O.E.” Wright – AKA Roetarantino – is a hot new talent out of East Texas whose one-of-a-kind sound is the kind of music that people all of the world need to sit up and pay attention to.
His newest single, “Hard Living,” is a track that simultaneously displays his unique talent and original sound while also giving fans an inside look at the life experiences that have molded him into the promising young artist that he is today. Growing up in the unruly parts of East Texas, R.O.E. dealt with a dysfunctional household with little parental guidance. But he was born with a gift for music, and his father had him on stages performing in front of audiences as a young boy. By age 12, he was writing his own lyrics and rhymes and by age 18, he knew he was destined to be a global entertainer. Since that time, he has written songs about the things he saw in the streets and the things that intrigued him about the lifestyles of true hustling.
“This single is basically the story of my life,” he said. “It’s about when I was young and had a rough coming up. I think there are a lot of people who can relate to that. It’s a struggle song about real situations, and I think it will get a lot of steam out there when people hear it and know that they can connect with it. More than anything, I wanted a song that would let fans get in touch with who I am and give them a little more personal information about who I am.”
Described as a “laid-back riding track,” “Hard Living” showcases R.O.E.’s uniquely raspy voice. At times he harmonizes with the melodies on the track, making for an original sound that is rarely found in the music industry today. It’s a style that R.O.E. said he’s worked hard at perfecting over the years. Learning his craft was important to him, and he modeled some of his mannerisms from artists who inspired him over the years. He paid attention to the industry and acquired the art of knowing how to brand himself as an artist. Taking all of those things, he applied them to his own unique take on music and adopted the moniker “Real Ova Everything.”
“My dream is to be an international artist and entertainer whose legacy is built from the ground up,” he said. “Success to me is doing what you love to do and getting paid for it. Living your dream. It doesn’t have to be with music – just whatever your dream is. Mine just happens to be music, and I want my music to be known for representing the people who come from nothing and attain success. You don’t have to be born with money. You can make it if you work for it. So I want my music to speak for the world and give them hope that they can do it if they never give up. My slogan is: ‘There’s no expiration date on your success.’”
R.O.E. said “Hard Living” is available across all streaming platforms and is just one of the six songs off his first EP “Broke Pockets, Rich Dreams.” A follow-up EP is slated to release in the next two months.
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New Sensation, Zalarella offers a rebel vibe with her new single ‘Run For Your Money’
BROOKLYN, NY – Nearly everyone is familiar with the story of Cinderella – the young girl who is abused by her evil stepmother, adopted by a fairy godmother, granted a magical evening during which she falls in love with a prince, and ultimately finds her “happily ever after.” It’s a beautiful tale of an underdog whose rags-to-riches journey serves as a metaphor for attaining success and fulfilling your dreams.
That’s exactly the kind of story this Brooklyn native is telling. This R&B artist is one of the fastest-rising talents on the East Coast, and she’s fully embracing the Cinderella metaphor by adopting the stage name Zalarella. And like Cinderella, she had given up on her dreams for a while but found a renewed hope for the future when her new single “Run For Your Money” began to receive a lot of attention from new audiences.
“I’ve been through many mishaps and struggles and because of that, I feel like I’m the urban version of Cinderella,” she said. “I’ve gone through a lot of growing pains throughout the years”.
Her first single, ‘Run For Your Money’ is a song that touches on feeling emotional emptiness in a relationship after longing for it for so long. It’s a dark, compelling and edgy R&B type of feel that talks about no longer wasting your time on a guy that doesn’t value you. I’m encouraging others not to wait around for a call or for the love and affection of a man that doesn’t see your worth. Don’t feel sorry for yourself and wait for something that doesn’t exist.”
Endless obstacles and lack of support took its toll on her throughout the years – so much that she felt compelled to walk away from music completely for a long period of time. As fate would have it, her true calling came back to surface.
“It took a lot of soul-searching and evolving before I could come back to music,” she said. “But eventually, I realized I couldn’t make everyone happy. I don’t want to limit myself because of what others think are my limits.
She concludes, “I’ve been through a lot in my life and that gives me inspiration to share my life lessons. That alone gives me a unique voice that can connect with others. I’m marching to my own beat – that’s what’s in my heart. I can inspire others to do the same.”
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Emmanuel Quiah combines silky smooth voice with cutting edge guitar licks for one-of-a-kind sound
PEORIA, AZ – Sometimes the most beautiful things in life can grow from soil covered in ash. No matter how tragic the beginning of the story, there can always be a happy ending. This perfectly describes the journey of Emmanuel Quiah, a fast-rising artist out of Arizona whose blend of musical influences and a heart-piercing voice is drawing attention from all corners of the music industry.
Born during the civil war era of his home country of Liberia, Quiah lost his father during the war and eventually came to the U.S. as a refugee with his mother and three siblings. Music became a source of refuge at a young age, and he would often play songs for hours and hours in his room as he processed a riot of emotions. In high school, he picked up the guitar and was a quick study. He began to put lyrics to the songs he has created on the guitar, and he started to study the greats like Eric Clapton and Tommy Emmanuel. After a decade of study and hard work, Quiah is ready to release his one-of-a-kind sound to the world.
“I want to make a change in this world and I want to get my message out through music,” he said. “I won’t stop until I get to the top. So many people have said I couldn’t do it and that I won’t make it in the music industry, but I want to prove everybody wrong. I can take over and be the King of Afrobeat. Even though I came from a place that was in the middle of a war and I had no hope and nothing to my name, I came to the U.S. and I’m proving to people that I can do it. And I hope that through my music people will see that if I can do it, they can, as well.”
Afrobeat is just one of the major influences that fans will find in Quiah’s music. When he combines African beats with a bit of Reggae, with lyrics and flow that are reminiscent of Bob Marley, the sound is attractive, to say the least. Drop in his silky smooth voice that is reminiscent of Jason Mraz and the combination is so original that fans all over the world will soon be clamoring for more.
Currently, audiences can listen to Quiah’s music on his new single “Blow My Mind.” It’s a song about a guy falling in love with a girl and trying to share with the world just how much he loves her. Quiah describes it as an Afro-beat song with a “U.S. pop vibe.”
“Whenever you listen to it, you will have to dance,” he said. “It will make you want to dance. That’s the kind of music I like to make – music that makes you happy. I want to share the love and encourage people to love one another. Don’t hate. Promote peace. And enjoy life with my music.”
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Canadian artist from West Africa blends melting pot of sounds on eclectic new EP ‘Last Try, Attempt One’
CALGARY, ALBERTA, CANADA – Phreeboy is an artist who began molding his craft growing up in Montreal – one of the most eclectic cities in the world. A virtual melting pot of cultures and socio-economic status, young Emmanuel Boateng grew up seeing so many different walks of life that it left an indelible mark on his impressionable mind. All of that has informed his unique voice and with his new EP “Last Try, Attempt One,” he is ready to share that voice with the world.
Born in Ghana, West Africa, Phreeboy was 9 years old when his mother raised enough money to send him to Canada for a better education. But prior to moving, he remembers fondly joining his family in church and youth choirs. Those experiences planted seeds that would bloom during his teenage years in Montreal. Eventually, he started writing poetry and began to explore more of what it would look like to connect with the world through music. He started putting songs together and that led to his six-song EP which is slated to be available across all streaming platforms on Jan. 31.
“It’s a project that really is about encouraging people to keep going until you get there,” Phreeboy said. “A lot of times in my life there have been moments where I’d wake up every morning and have to convince myself to just try again. Sometimes, that’s what you have to do – just keep trying even if you fail. Just try again. This current time in my life is when I’m going to put everything into this push with my music. If I fail, then I’ll try again – a kind of ‘Attempt 2.’”
The debut single from the project is a song called “Dollar & a Dream” which encapsulates the entire theme of the EP. Phreeboy calls it a wake-up call to people – pushing them to do what they have to do to realize their dreams.
“Don’t make any excuses,” he said. “Don’t tell yourself you can’t do it. You’re gonna die someday anyway, so why not try?”
Phreeboy said that though “Dollar & a Dream” has a real “boom-boom” vibe, the entire EP showcases more variety and truly embraces the different sounds and genres that come from his home town of Montreal.
“There’s a certain kind of feel to this EP – there’s a hunger to it,” he said. “You can tell from the first bars that there’s a special quality to this EP. Growing up, because I lived in Montreal, I didn’t listen to just one genre. I listened to Jazz and Reggae and Africans and Hip-Hop and so many other things. And with this EP, I want to show that side of Montreal that has all that variety. It’s a city with a lot of different cultures, and that really influenced me growing up. Music is a depiction of what’s going on in the world, and I realized at a young age that it has the power to influence people to do something they wouldn’t originally consider doing. I guess in that way you could say my music is a little bit rebellious – which is where my name comes from. I just want to be able to do what I want to do instead of trying to accomplish all the plans that other people have for me. And that’s a message I want my music to send to other people. If you don’t want to fit in and you feel like there’s no path for you, create a new path. You’re going to make mistakes, but keep pushing. That’s what my music represents – it’s rebellious without a specific direction but that’s how life is sometimes.”
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EDM artist Mikey Theo to release encouraging new single “Fearless Spirit”
PITTSBURGH, PA – The past twelve months have been a breakout year for rising DJ, Mikey Theo. After releasing his debut EP late in 2019, Mikey is dropping his new single titled “Fearless Spirit” on January 24th.
For the new single, Mikey teamed up with Los Angeles based singer, Kerry Kathleen, who provided vocals and wrote the lyrics. According to Mikey, Kerry was a pleasure to work with & brought a lot of great ideas to the song which really helped tie it together. “Fearless Spirit” is a fun, upbeat track with a tropical house feel and encourages listeners to be fearless. “It’s about not being afraid to take risks in everyday life – it’s for those who need an extra bump to take those risks that they might not otherwise take,” the DJ said.
The new single is a contrast to Mikey’s debut EP, which has a completely different style. While “Fearless Spirit” delivers a kind of island buoyancy, Mikey’s “Deaf Child Area” EP has a far more progressive EDM / house sound. Mikey released the EP late last year to introduce his music and talents to the world. The artist provided vocals and all the production work for the three song collection.
Mikey Theo (also known as Michael Pavlik) has been writing music since he was 14 years old when his dad gave him his first guitar. His father taught him to play and introduced Mikey to music that he liked, by artists such as Johnny Cash, Aerosmith and Guns N’ Roses. Mikey played guitar in a few bands up until the time he went to college.
But, over the past two years, he developed a new love for EDM. “I just love it,” he said. “I love the feeling it gives you whenever you hear it.” After experimenting with music software, Mikey researched production techniques to carefully craft and perfect his sound. The artist transferred his guitar-based songwriting onto electronic sounds for his own unique brand of EDM.
Writing and recording music consumes most of Mikey’s time, and he is committed to producing uplifting and exhilarating music that is upbeat, energetic and great fun to dance to. He enjoys all types of music and has plans to expand his production work to include all genres, particularly Rock, Hip Hop and of course, more EDM.
As a DJ who is more interested in production work than singing, Mikey is working on collaborating with vocalists on the new songs he is preparing to drop in springtime.
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Afro-beats artist Abblaze introduces new with new EP ‘Rhythms & Heartbreaks’
NEWARK, NJ – There are many unique qualities that combine to make up the impressive artistry of East Coast musician Abblaze. For starters, he’s an Afro-beat artist who was born in America but grew up in Nigeria. And most of all, he believes in the healing power of music – so much so that he creates his one-of-a-kind sound as a way to produce a cure for the various maladies that might affect people around the world.
“I want my music to be known as a cure for feeling down, especially for the females,” Abblaze said. “If you feel like there’s no way out or if a guy is doing you wrong, my music is the cure for that. I also have conscious music sometimes because I needed that in my life and I want to give that to younger generations. More than anything, I have a new sound that is relevant for now and it’s groovy. I like melodies a lot and if you’re feeling down, you can put on one of my songs and it’ll put you in a good mood. I like balance. That’s how life is. If you’re feeling down and want to be happy, listen to one of my songs. Or if you’re wondering why guys think a certain way, my songs can help provide an answer. I also sing about moving around and fashion and different takes on culture – I have that balance, too.”
That diversity is put on full display through Abblaze’s EP “Rhythms & Heartbreaks.” With a vibe that fully embraces the Afro-beats for which he has become known, the project features a combination of love songs and heartbreak songs. Two singles from the EP have already been making waves among fans and are rapidly making their way across the U.S. The first is “High Life” which Abblaze said pays homage to his love of marijuana.
“The name says it all,” he said. “When I’m feeling down or depressed, I usually turn to marijuana. That’s what the song is about. I do Afro-beats which came out of the high life in Ghana and Nigeria. So in a lot of ways, this is a song for my African fans, too. But mostly, it’s just a song that says I’m a big fan of marijuana. Whenever I need to get my mind right or when things get a little fuzzy around me, I smoke some marijuana and I rediscover myself.”
The other single from the project is “My Number One Love” which Abblaze said is inspired by the “best girl I’ve ever met.” The Afro-beat love song praises the woman of his dreams and goes about detailing the good parts of her and how she has taken over his heart.
Both of these singles and the EP showcase how Abblaze is one of the most consistent, upcoming Afro-beat artists in recent years. He’s gaining outstanding critical acclaim for his works and performances, and many have said that his sound is new, unique and versatile.
“As an Afro-beats artist, I don’t think anyone in America is doing what I’m doing,” he said. “There are a couple of people who are popular in that space right now, but I’m the only one who knows both the Nigerian culture and the American culture first-hand. I have the best of both worlds. I also grew up in bad areas, so I know what’s going on in the streets. All of that combined gives my sound a mixture of Nigerian roots with an American lifestyle that’s grounded in the streets.”
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Debut album by multi-instrumentalist Hildreth showcases the songwriter’s artistic individualism
LONG ISLAND, NY – Born and raised on Long Island, New York, Luke Gentil (known by his artist name, Hildreth) has been involved with music for most of his life. Taking up the drums at eight years old, he branched out into guitar, singing and piano playing from there.
Hildreth has a deep rooted passion about his music, and strives for authenticity in his every creation. The artist is completely self produced. By self producing his music, his emotion and individualism gets ingrained into his sound. Besides playing several instruments, Hildreth handles everything from songwriting, singing, recording to mixing and mastering.
Working this way allows the artist to have complete control over his image so that it never changes drastically from his concept. He chooses not to sacrifice his individualism by allowing others to add their changes to his creations. “I put my heart and soul into everything I make,” said Hildreth. “If you can really sit down and pay attention to my lyrics and what I’m playing, it definitely will resonate with you.”
His recently released debut album, “Hildreth” delivers an alternative Indie sound and shows listeners exactly what he is made of. The collection includes seven diverse, unique tracks. A love song written for a girl he knows, “Daisies for “Daisy” speaks of giving beautiful flowers, daisies, for Daisy, daily. The very progressive song, “Levels” features a prominent electronic beat with Indie undertones, along with a complete beat change halfway through. The “Hildreth” album is available on all digital platforms.
Skilled at a number of instruments from an early age, Luke would perform in the talent show each year. He later attended a music high school where he began playing the piano. Luke got seriously involved in music production during his senior year of high school after attending a two-week film scoring seminar at NYU. The experience helped Luke with recording music and composing, and he went on to college for composition. When he realized that rigorous study of theory and playing was taking the fun out of music for him, he switched his major.
Growing up, Luke liked listening to everything from Hip Hop to Classical. Some of his greatest musical influences include 50 Cent, Led Zeppelin, Nick Drake, Sufjan Stevens, Nothing But Thieves, Soundgarden, Deadmau5, Lil Peep and even Polish composer Frédéric Chopin, whose name is tattooed on Luke’s arm. “I think it’s good to have diverse taste in music because then you can call upon different types of genres when you are making something,” Hildreth said. “Staying rigid in one genre can be kind of boring!”
For this year, Hildreth has plans to work on a new music video for “Daisies for Daisy.” He is also finishing up a new song for release later in the year, which will be followed by an animated music video.
Hildreth likes to keep it personal – on Twitter, listeners can see what he is up to and message him directly. Out there and open, Hildreth has no intention of hiding behind the facade of a big business.
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For Khayyam, it’s our individual decisions and actions that dictate our contributions to society, and it is the sum of these parts through which he hopes to share his art and inspire others. Never without a bottle of Fireball in the booth, Khayyam is making waves across New York for the inferno he brings to the studio.
Khayyam is a Brooklyn-based Hip-Hop artist whose music encapsulates the struggles and shortcomings of inner city life. With a convincingly trill vibe that is imbued with narratives of overcoming his troubled past, Khayyam steps up to the plate with a slew of hard-hitting Hip-Hop.
Khayyam is inspired by an eclectic range of music. Growing up, he idolized Bob Marley, Booba, and Bill Withers and Kurt Cobain to name just a few. He also cites his grandfather, a highly talented guitarist as a pivotal influence, along with anyone in music who put 100% of their soul into their art while simultaneously affecting culture itself.
Khayyam gravitated towards the booth in the late 90s, though it wasn’t until he wrote ‘F.W.N.’ that momentum truly began rolling. It was this single that would propel his career forward, with NYC clubs like WIP, Greenhouse, and Veranda all started showing strong support and giving Khayyam regular rotation.
Khayyam has a mixtape out now, ‘Pre-Season’, plus two singles titled ‘My Bag’ and ‘Pray For Me’, which serve as a prelude to his forthcoming untitled album. Prior to the release of Khayyam’s album, he will drop another mixtape, ‘Opening Day’. Further release details to follow soon.
His upcoming shows include a release party in NYC with DJ Spin King (November 12th 2019), and another with DJ Freedom (November 14th).
Drippy Drill Artist B.Bandz Drops New Single “Apart” With CalBoy | @TheRealBBandz
Hailing from Chicago B.Bandz is dope new independent artist on the rise and he is already making waves! Starting at 16, he found a way to connect with his peers and listeners with his music and lyrics. Gifted with slick wordplay B.Bandz crafts his lyrics creatively to fit the production and keep his listeners tuned in.
With Artists like Chief Keef, G Herbo, leading the way Chicago is the home of Drill Music. B.Bandz has crafted a commercial sound and image with his own style of Drill music which he has labeled “Drippy Drill”.
The bars are in the drip, a lot of lines go over people’s heads from the way it sounds, but if you listen carefully you will understand why he describes it as “Drippy Drill”.
Get in tune! B.Bandz has teamed up with such artists like Bay Swag, Zoey Dollars, Lil Mouse, Cdot Honcho amongst many others. He’s working hard on the grind to bring a new wave, a new sound, and a new image out of Chicago!
Bandz has been killing the tour scene! He was on stage with the mayor of Oakland as he showed her his new dance “The Bandz Walk “. He’s performed at the iconic Revolt club in Miami Beach, not to mention going on tour with both Curren$y, and Chief Keef. One of B.Bandz most recent accomplishments was surpassing 1 million views on his hit single “Porsche“.
B.Bandz teams up with fellow Chicago artist 147CalBoy for a heartfelt anthem titled “Apart”. This song touches the soul as these two go back n’ forth on how they came up in the game. Tune in as they drop gems about their life, career, the streets and what sets them “APART“ from everyone else!
TaiZautie releases new songs for 2020 riding the wave of last year’s success
ATLANTA, GA – TaiZautie releases their new single, “NASCAR” featuring Lil Keed on January 20, 2020. This upbeat song produced by Kappa sends a fun message for 2020 living fast and enjoying life. TaiZautie was launched as a duo in 2017 with their first project, “Secure the Bag” and breakout single “Mr. Nice Guy.” NASCAR promises to continue the fun and is a head banger. NASCAR is available for download on iTunes. Follow TaiZautie at @TaiZautie.
NASCAR has the kind of driving sound that audiences will love and TaiZautie is excited to perform it. Music has always been a staple in the household of brothers Tai and Zautie. For as long as they can remember, there was always music at home – whether because of their grandmother who sang in the church choir, or because of their father who has performed as a recording artist. It made sense then that as they grew older, music also became a central part of their lives. But it wasn’t until Zautie visited his older brother in the recording studio one day that inspiration hit, and the trajectory of their music career would be firmly established.
“That was back in 2017 and I was just messing around in the studio and he (Zautie) hopped on the song and it turned out really good,” Tai said. “We went straight to work and it took us no time to finish our first project, ‘Secure the Bag.’ The first single from that project was ‘Mr. Nice Guy,’ and people have been going crazy for that song.”
In the two years since that moment, the brothers have been working hard to perfect their craft and to create an original sound and style that sets them apart from the rest of the world. Their process is organic – opting to freestyle in a recording studio until they find the right groove and perfect lyrics as opposed to writing everything before recording. The songs they create are pure emotion and musical expression. They’re not trying to copy anyone else but instead, just do what they feel.
“I might come in the studio and put a hook on the beat, and then he’ll come in and put something on the song and see how it comes out,” Zautie said. “Sometimes, we’re in there at the same time and we see how that comes out. There’s just a certain kind of vibe with us where we get more done and get things done faster than with anyone else. We know what each other want and we work well together.”
That hard work has paid off with new music set to come out over the next couple of months. The first is a new single called “Nascar” featuring Lil Keed. It’s a fast and upbeat song about living fast and enjoying life. The brothers said they know it has the kind of driving sound that audiences will love, and they’re excited for people all over the U.S. to hear it.
They’ll follow that with another single called “Budget” which features MakSauce. It, too, is upbeat and driving as it reflects on the trouble people can often find themselves in when they are spontaneous with their spending and don’t plan ahead with their money.
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Near-death experience gives young musician new outlook on life
SOUTH FLORIDA – A lot of things changed for Felipe Marquez on the day his car was hit by someone going 92 miles per hour in a 45-mph zone.
It’s cliché to say his life flashed before his eyes but that’s exactly what happened to him. He’d been homeless for about three years, living in his car and using that vehicle to make money as a driver for a ride-share company. Like any other day, he was picking up fares and was on his way to pick up a passenger when he was struck at top speed by someone going more than double the speed limit. He was fortunate to survive and all things considered, escaped from the accident better off than he could have ever hoped for. After two surgeries and a week in the hospital, he’s spent the past few months recovering from multiple injuries. He still hasn’t regained nerve sensation in his left thigh or shoulder, but everything else is back in working order. And the settlement from the accident has given him something he’s never had before: the financial freedom to pursue his dreams.
And that’s exactly what he’s doing. When your life is mere milliseconds from being snuffed out, you can’t help but realize there’s only a finite amount of time on this earth and if you ever want to realize your dreams, you better do it now while you still can. For Felipe, his dream has been to be a professional musician for as long as he can remember. And so for the past few months, he’s been pursuing that dream with a passion. He adopted the stage name F Money and has been exploring his unique sound and style through music that he says is inspired by affection for a very specific woman in his life.
“The theme of my rapping is about the woman I love,” he said. “In college, she decided to call herself C Money and so I said I’d call myself F Money, which is a play off of both our first initials. After the car accident, I’ve had a lot of time to think about what I want to do with my life. I love music, and I love C Money, and so I decided to start making music about the person I love the most. I’ve been given the freedom to do almost anything I want now, and I’m going to make the most of that opportunity.”
His first foray into the industry comes by way of a single called “Talk To Me.” It’s a club-ready aggressive rap song with a fun tone to it. He said it tells the story of a period of his life shortly after he had been evicted from his first apartment and had just started living in his car.
“I received a message from the woman I had loved through a mutual friend, and they told me she was a lesbian now,” he said. “I had been sending her money and gifts and she kept turning me down, and now I was living in my car and I found that out. So this song was born from the things I wanted to say then, though in a more poetic way. Most of the lyrics I use in it have been used in other Hip Hop songs in various contextual ways but in my case, they have a specific reference to her. For instance, when someone else says ‘water’ in their songs, they might be talking about jewelry. But when I use it in this song, for me it’s a metaphor for crying. I’m using imagery like purple and yellow colors, as metaphors for our feelings and personalities. And in some ways, I’m just showing off and having fun with the debauchery of it all.”
F Money said he hopes people will be able to connect to his music not only because they, too, have experienced similar relationship entanglements, but also because they recognize a young man who has struggled in life and who is attempting to make the most of his opportunities.
“I want to be seen as somebody who is making music and who has a back story that people can be inspired by,” he said. “I’m a kid from south Florida who was ingrained in Hip Hop from a young age by sitting in his bedroom listening to Hip Hop music. And now I’m someone who has decided to take on the characteristics of that Hip Hop genre to gain the affection of a woman I desire.”
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Jizzel Tha Gee paints pictures with words on second album ‘Jam City 2’
OAKLAND, CA – Jizzel Tha Gee is about to become a household name thanks to some cutting-edge music off his second album “Jam City 2.” Coming out of Oakland, California, this hot young artist is making a name for himself with his unique rhymes and his one-of-a-kind style. Known for his storytelling and upbeat jams that get people bouncing, his wordplay is the kind of elevated artistry that paints pictures in the mind of his listeners. This is showcased perfectly on his 12-track album “Jam City 2” which he describes as a “big party and a celebration of music from where I come from.”
“My writing and my style set me apart,” he said. “If you listen to my music, you can definitely get a sense that I don’t sound like anybody out there. My craft is my craft and I’ve been able to craft something that’s uniquely me. What I’m saying and what I’m doing, only I can do it.”
Jizzel said his first attempts at music were ultimately all about attracting as many women as possible. And while some of that is still true today, his work has evolved into more of an artistic expression that also entertains people along the way.
“It’s music that you can picture yourself within the rhymes,” he said. “I want my music to be something that everybody can relate to and do. That’s how I write my music – if you hear what I’m saying you’ll have a visual of it, like a video in your mind. I’m painting pictures for people. When I was younger, I didn’t realize what I was doing but as I got older, people kept telling me they could see it because I’m paining visuals with my words. It’s a work of art.”
That realization started at a young age when he and his brother would record their songs at home on their boombox over the top of other tapes. His first song “Living in the Jungle” came about that way, and he hasn’t looked back since. He’s been rapping all his life, he said, and over the years has made a name for himself that he knows is about to expand to places all over the U.S. and throughout the world.
Not only does he have music to share with the world, but he’s also a young entrepreneur. His new shoe line called LAM shoes for his philosophy of Life And Money, are currently available for purchase on http://aliveshoes.com/.
He is working on more music to release early this year, and he has a live performance slated for Feb. 15 at the Louise Cocktail Lounge in Sacramento.
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Thrilling new sound from East Coast artist Moe$ set to make a splash in the New Year
AVENEL, NJ – Most people would tell you that to make it big in the music industry takes a one-in-a-million lightning strike of luck. East Coast artist Moe$ knows that, but he also knows that the lightning won’t strike unless you’re willing to put in hours and hours of hard work and effort. He knows that hard work has to be paired with unique talent and an original sound. And he knows that he has to open himself to the world in uncomfortable ways so that as many people as possible can get a taste of the music he has to share.
All of those things are at play for this budding young artist which means he’s a name you should pay attention to as he’s primed for big things in 2020. That soon-to-be wave of success is set to begin in January when he drops his new eight-song EP. The first single from that project is already available across all streaming platforms and is already creating some buzz for this hot new artist.
The song is called “Hold It Down.” It showcases more of a pop-forward vibe underneath lyrics that describe the scenario that often happens when a guy meets a girl for the first time. But this “out-of-town” woman isn’t like most other women in that she can “hold it down” in conversation and keep up with the guy with her witticisms and charisma.
“It has a catchy melody that people can vibe to and the beat is really dope,” Moe$ said. “My voice sounds different than anything out there. The more people listen to my music the more they’ll know that it’s legit and they’ll want to bounce with it. More than anything, that’s what I want – for people to just vibe to the music. I want people to remember me as a person who worked his butt off and didn’t have a lot to work with but somehow made it to the top. I know a lot of people don’t make it out here and if you’re going to do it, you have to put 100 percent into it. You have to respect the craft and be willing to revise and edit and be dedicated to the process. That’s what I want to be remembered for – a true artist who worked the process and made great music.”
Moe$’s journey in music started at a young age when at age 7 he moved with his family from Egypt to America. He had to learn English and often turned to music as a way to understand the language better. One of the first musicians he remembers paying attention to was Eminem. Moe$ said he loved the way Eminem rhymed and the way his flows sounded. By age 10, he was writing his own raps as he continued to try to understand the English language more deeply. Over the next 10 years, he poured himself into learning how to write – from hooks and bars to metaphors and similes. He studied the early artists of Hip Hop and dove into battle Rap. And eventually at age 23, he stepped up on the mic and left such an impression that Rap fans all over New Jersey were clamoring for more.
“I’ve been on the mic ever since and I’m not looking back,” he said. “Nothing is more important to me than creating a lasting legacy through words and unique style. My emotions and experiences and driven lyrics are a statement for all. This new project is the best material I’ve ever had, and I’m ready to get people’s attention with it.”
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NEW YORK, NY – When you hear the voice of new Hip Hop artist Lil Laddin, you won’t be able to get it out of your head… Not only do his lyrics hit home and captivate listeners in intriguing new ways, but his one-of-a-kind “whispering voice” is so unique that fans everywhere are clamoring for more.
That original voice is showcased on his new album, “The Greatest of all Slime” which is currently available across all streaming platforms. Described as a project that combines different new sounds with more mainstream radio tracks, “The Greatest of all Slime” is Lil Laddin’s announcement to the world that he’s a major play who people should pay attention to.
“There’s a lot of club bangers on there and I know a couple of them are industry hits,” he said. “I was just trying to make as much of a different sound as possible while still being something you’d hear on the radio. What will really draw people to my music is the kind of snake-like high-pitched whispering voice that I have on melodic beats. I pair that with a kind of Rock/Alternative Trap music vibe for a really hot sound. People are going to love it.”
Lil Laddin has had music in his blood since before he was born … literally. While his mother was pregnant with him, she would listen to music and has said often through the years that she knows he picked up a love for music while in the womb. Growing up, his mother was a poet who did a lot of spoken word, and he became intrigued by rappers at an early age. He started studying different rappers and was inspired by artists such as Lil Wayne and Young Thug. Eventually, he decided to pursue music for himself, and he hasn’t looked back since.
“I want my music to be known as a way for people to listen and feel good,” he said. “If someone is in the car and feeling down, I want them to be able to turn on a Lil Laddin song and feel happy after hearing my song. I want to motivate kids to feel happy and do dances. I want to motivate a lot of people. That’s what I want for my music, really – to see that I’m doing something good with my art.”
Two singles from his album are already starting to make some waves with fans across the country. The first is a song called “Mook Laddin” which was produced by Mook Toven. It’s a song that he said highlights his transition from everyday struggles into being in the club and coming up with party songs. It’s an upbeat and bouncy song that will particularly cater to female audiences.
The second single is “Saw III” which was inspired by the movie of the same name. Lil Laddin said he recalls watching the movie one day and being impressed by how the clown in the movie kept saying, “Let’s play a game.”
“It made me think about a lot of my past relationships and how females like to play games,” he said. “So this song is based on the movie and also how females play games. It’s produced by Trouble Maker Hank and the lyrics will basically be explaining how I can do a female if she decides to play games with me. It’s an up-tempo beat but with more piano and guitar features, and you’ll hear my snake-like whispering voice on the melodies.”
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The world has been waiting for a new artist like Em
NEW JERSEY – Every once in a while a new artist comes out of nowhere with music so profound that it takes the world by storm and serves as a testament for a generation. In the early 2000s, it was Norah Jones and her jazz classic “Come Away with Me.” In 2007, it was Adele and her breakthrough song “Hometown Glory.” And today, there’s an artist coming out of New Jersey whose new single “Say What You Mean” is set to make a similar impact on the world of music.
Her name is Em, and her masterful blend of soul and pop plays perfectly with her powerful yet ethereal voice in ways that will have people talking for years to come. There’s a depth of emotion that runs through her music and which is carried through every note. To label her sound as Soul is equal parts limiting and also perfectly accurate, as every ounce of her soul is put on display with her lyrics and the way she passionately pours out her heart through her vocals.
“I consider my music very spiritual and soulful,” Em said. “I want to give people peace and comfort, strength and belief in themselves. I want my music to help them push through difficult times and know there’s a lesson to be learned at the end of it. My music is love and care from the heart, and I want people to see that and live genuine to who they are. Be authentic and don’t be afraid. I’ve had to learn to speak up and not be afraid of who I am, and I want to pass that along to others.”
Some of the inspiration for that movement came from a 1947 movie called “Smash-Up, The Story of a Woman.” Em has always been an old soul at heart and has long harbored a secret love for all things from the 1950s and 60s. She said there’s something about the traditional “old fashioned woman” who demanded respect alongside the liberation and carefree rebellion of the 1960s.
“I learned they don’t have to clash but they can blend by defining certain boundaries, which is found in this song,” she said.
So when she was looking through public domain material for something to spark inspiration on her new single, she found “Smash-Up” and was immediately struck with how profound its message was both back when it was created and in today’s current cultural climate.
The film stars Susan Hayward as a nightclub singer who puts aside her successful career to marry a struggling songwriter. Inspired by the birth of their daughter, her husband plays one of his ballads on a morning radio show and his career explodes. As a stay-at-home wife and mother, Hayward’s character finds her shaky self-confidence slipping, and she turns to alcohol to mask the pain and regret of having given up on her dreams.
The story hit a very personal note for Em. As a young artist who has been steadily on the rise for the better part of a decade since she was discovered at age 12 by famed record producer Andy DiTaranto, Em recently found herself in a relationship that often made her consider what it would take to be committed to a partner while also being 100 percent committed to fulfilling her dreams of making it as a professional musician. Hayward’s character felt like she had failed at her job – she felt down on herself – and that’s exactly what Em feared for herself.
Out of that emotion, the foundation for one of the hottest new tracks to hit the music industry today came about. Em’s ethereal voice carries deep emotion underneath her new pop/soul ballad “Say What You Mean” in ways that are sure to captivate audiences all over the world.
“I missed the genuineness of the 50s because it had so much soul in it,” Em said. “I’m starting to sense more of that soul coming back in music today, and I’m glad because I really believe in that style of music. It is music with a purpose that has heart to it and has a genuine feeling running through it. With this song, I’m trying to tap into that soul. It might seem simple to the ear at first but it’s a message for women to be powerful in themselves. It’s a song that starts with a woman feeling depressed – as if a man has power over her. She feels empty and lost without him in her life, and the relationship has loose boundaries. She’s looking for a more monogamous thing, but he’s not. That’s similar to how I felt when I was in my last relationship. When I was with the person I was dating, we had a deep spiritual connection. So when it comes to the chorus of the song and I say, ‘Say what you mean, don’t you lead me on,’ that’s me taking back that power that I felt like he stripped from me. The rain effect in the bridge acts like a cleansing of the spirit and by the time you get to the end of the song, she’s on fire with strength. Ultimately, I wanted to take something that seems so downtrodden and find that inner courage to say ‘No!’ I have a higher vibration to share with the world because there’s so much lower vibration out there in the industry today with all of the negative messages. That’s not why we’re here on this earth. There’s purpose to living and being here every day, and it’s all about loving people around you and caring about others. It’s about giving, really truthfully giving to others and to yourself first.”
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Passion and lyricism pair perfectly on new single ‘Love Woes’ from artist Botimi Freed
MONTGOMERY COUNTY, MD – When most people think about love songs, they don’t necessarily think about an electro-trap heart ballad. But that’s the exact sound that Hip Hop artist Botimi Freed has captured with his new single “Love Woes.” And it’s a sound that is drawing attention and high praise from big names all across the music industry.
Operating out of Montgomery County, Maryland, this up-and-coming young artist is a name you need to know. His new hit single is just the first of many to come. And in just two years of making music professionally, he has already seen his music go to great heights, including radio play on Baltimore’s biggest stations.
Born in Houston, Texas, Botimi moved to Maryland with his family at age 12 and has been an East Coast native ever since. Unlike many other artists in the industry, Botimi didn’t find his passion for music until his late teenage years. He started rapping at age 17 when his classmates heard him freestyle and praised him for being better than the rest. They encouraged him to give professional music a try. And when his first song recorded in 2016 took off with fans all over the area, he realized he had a natural talent that needed to be shared with the world. He’s worked on a few other songs since that time and now with “Love Woes,” he is ready to make a bigger splash in the industry and with a widening fanbase.
“It’s crazy to see how far I’ve come from just freestyling with my homies in the neighborhood,” he said. “I never thought that when I put those raps to some beats and started putting out tracks that people would love it as much as they have. I was just inspired by the greats and kind of fell into it. And like those legends, I’d like my music to be known for being melodic and timeless. I want people to be able to listen to my music now or 10 years from now and it will always be relevant and touch them in some way.”
In the case of “Love Woes,” Botimi said fans anywhere will be able to relate to the stories that came from personal experiences with some of his relationships from the past. He said the song basically examines three love affairs from his life in ways that anyone who has ever been in a relationship will be able to relate to.
“Each of the three verses talks about three chicks from my life,” he said. “The third verse is my real chick – my home chick. And the moral of the song is that love is not for sale. You can’t buy it. It’s a song that’s definitely inspired from real life and my experiences of being in different relationships in my life – the breakups and makeups and all the things that people learn over time that you have to fight for if you want something real and deep.”
Botimi said he’s working on an EP that will drop in January called “Player and a Savage.” That combined with the wave of success he’s seeing with “Love Woes” is something that he said he’s sure will propel him into an even greater 2020.
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Westside Chicago Artist HBKbanz Drops New Banger “Penny Hardaway” For 2020
Hbkbanz is the name and taking over the music game is the plan. Straight out of K-town from the west side of Chicago, Banz was destined to do music. Hbkbanz has entertainment in his blood. Believe it or not Banz has been rapping since the age of 4 and at 18 he is better than ever.
Banz came in the game with hit single “Penny Hardaway” and currently at 150,000+ streams on spotify and the numbers are growing daily and his new single “Missin U” ft kdyoungcocky is now heating up as well. When Leonardo Cushmeer Jr was growing up he was in the studio constantly watching his father Leonardo Cushmeer Aka Chase Wyl Biz continuously make moves in the entertainment industry with hit singles “Wanna screw and “U aint heard of that” played on BET’s The Game, so its not surprising that Banz is very artistic musically.
Leonardo moved around a lot from Chicago to Atlanta then back to Chicago then moving to Northwest suburbs of Chicago to go to High School to see better results for his future, a decision his dad and mom Chenmila Davis agreed to. Now a high school graduate Banz is ready to take over. His anticipated Ep Half Broken Kookie will be dropping soon. Get Ready!!
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Buck City released his 4th project earlier this year titled “Beat The Odds” with Chicago’s own DJ Smoke. The Midwest artist Buck City came with some new work for the people on this one! Turn it up to the max and vibe out! Stream Buck City’s top tracks for 2019 on Spotify today!!
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New rapper out of Dallas brings eccentric, crazy vibe to Hip Hop with mixtape ‘Drip’
DALLAS, TX – TyBenji is a conquering artist from the Deep South whose unique sound and style is set to propel his life into fame and superstardom. His new single “It Takes Time” is a testament to the hard work he’s put in to get to this point in his career. It also serves as a statement to the world that he’s a new artist on the scene that people should pay attention to. It’s an aggressive song that perfectly showcases his unique lyrical ability and one-of-a-kind delivery as a rapper.
“It’s a song that says it took a minute to get to where I’m at,” said the young artist from Dallas, Texas. “I have a strong foundation now and though there have been some rough times along the way, everything else from here is gonna be smoother. The biggest thing I’ve had to overcome is just getting my foot in the door and finding the courage to do what I want to do. Now that I’ve got that foot in the door and I have a stronghold and a strong foundation to build upon, I’m not looking back.”
TyBenji has been a budding artist for as long as he can remember. From the time growing up in Dallas as young Tyrik, he was always attracted to music and by age 10 was already writing his own raps and freestyling with older boys in his neighborhood. By the time he was in high school, he was actively pursuing music as a career and had already adopted the stage name TyBenji as a combination of his first name and the slang term “Benji,” which is a moniker for money. He says his early work was representative of some of his biggest musical influences including Lil Wayne, Easy E, Snoop Dogg, James Brown and Chris Brown, among others. But over the years, he has developed a sound and style that is all his own and which he knows will stand out in ways that will eventually make him a household name all over the U.S.
“My sound is different,” he said. “I just sound like me. I think it’s a sound that shows off my personality and my vibe. I have an eccentric, weird, crazy vibe. My mixtape ‘Drip’ really shows off that eccentricity and craziness. It’s a project that shows people the adversity I’ve faced in life and how I’ve had to climb from the bottom. It shares those things through music that some people would call weird or crazy. But it’s straight rap that comes from me and is perfect to show people who I am as a musician.”
In addition to “Drip,” TyBenji said he’s working on another mixtape that he hopes to drop sometime in the next six months. He’s also planning to release a music video for “It Takes Time” and is excited to see how many regions across the U.S it can make a splash.
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14-year-old entertainer DiVinci SanTana drops new single ‘OK’
LOS ANGELES, CA – One of the hottest young entertainers in the business today is a teenager named DiVinci SanTana. Soon to be 14, he has already made a name for himself in Hollywood, and he’s preparing to take the next step in his career by launching new music that’s set to drop before the end of the year.
Born in Los Angeles, DiVinci started in theater at merely 7 years old. He did numerous plays and eventually auditioned for America’s Got Talent. Opportunities continued to present themselves, and he was able to land acting roles on “Judge Hatchett” and Jeneen Robinson’s “I’m 13 Yo!” In the midst of those acting jobs, he began to realize that though he loved acting, his first true love was music. So in 2018 when he was introduced to the CEO of BTMR Entertainment Group, he knew he wanted to pursue music in a major way.
In the year-and-a-half since that meeting, DiVinci has worked closely with super producer Malcolm Harvest (AKA Mal G) on an album that is tentatively slated to drop in May of 2020. The first single from that project is already complete and is slated to drop on Dec. 20. It’s called “OK” and it features DiVinci’s unique sound and style in ways that will make people sit up and pay attention.
“It’s crazy how that song came together,” he said. “We were in the studio for so many hours and it was like 4 a.m. and it just kind of came together out of nowhere. The vibe is something different and new – not like anything else out there right now. We knew what we wanted to do and we accomplished that … and that feeling is very satisfying. Basically, it’s a song that says I was always OK and money will never change me. It’s a very upbeat, radio-ready song that I’m anxious for people to check out.”
DiVinci said one of the things that sets him apart from others in the music industry today is that his music is all clean. He’s also able to incorporate sounds and styles from multiple different genres. He said his influences come from people like Kendrick Lamar, Kanye West, The Weeknd, Jimmy Hendrix and XXXTentacion.
“I just want to make music for everyone,” he said. “Whether you’re sitting in the car with your mom, or your grandma, or your auntie, or whomever – they all can listen to it with you. I’m just trying to make music for everyone.”
DiVinci said while he’s working toward completing the album that will drop in 2020, he’s also continuing to act and will take the lead as Josh in the Emmy-nominated Christina Cooper feature film “South Central Love.” He’s also working on a music video for “OK” which he said he hopes to drop in early 2020.
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R&B music welcomes new king to the stage with singles from Touré
MIAMI, FL – When Ajani Touré Bryan Kingslow was born, his mother wanted to give him a name with meaning. Though his first name is of Nigerian origin, he himself is not Nigerian. But the name his mother chose for him is laden with meaning. Ajani means “he who fights for what is his,” and when paired with his middle name “Touré” which is French for “king,” his full name becomes a proclamation to the world that he is a king who will fight for what is his. It’s a powerful name and one that he hopes to live up to. He’s doing his best to do just that as he pursues his dream of becoming a professional musician and entertainer known all over the globe for his originality and inspiring message.
Though Touré has been involved with music for most of his life, it hasn’t been until recently that he has chosen to pursue music as a career. He started on the path while in middle school when he first picked up the saxophone. By high school, he had discovered a passion for DJ-ing and was soon the person called upon by all his friends to DJ parties. This continued through college and he got so into it that often he would sing along to the songs or emcee throughout as a kind of hype man. The audiences loved it, and many of them approached him about his sets to encourage him to make his own music. Eventually, he and one of his close friends Jaleel, a producer who goes by the name 5AMKush, decided to give it a go and moved down to Miami together. Jaleel purchased some equipment and soon the two of them were recording music and laying down lyrics.
Their most recent collaboration is a single called “Money Talks” which Touré has released across all streaming platforms. It’s an R&B song with a lighter, more “fun” tone to it. According to Touré, it’s a song about a girl who is a guy’s equal in every way.
“It is R&B, which is music that I’m really into, but this one in particular of all my songs is more bouncy,” he said. “I do a bit more rapping and the chorus is melodic. It’s mainly about meeting a girl, having a good time, and envisioning what life would be like with her. She’s a girl who has her own money and doesn’t need a guy for anything. They go out and see each other, and one time he picks up the tab and the next time she picks up the tab. It’s a balanced relationship – not all on one or the other. In the video, you see them living life together – shopping at the mall, around the house having a good time, that kind of stuff. It’s a fun song.”
Touré said he’s trying to create music that not only connects with today’s audiences in ways that nod to the modern sound of R&B, but also brings back the influence from old-school R&B.
“I feel like a lot of today’s R&B is disconnected from what that genre was originally meant to be,” he said. “There are a lot of people out there who are singing, but the substance is different. It’s not so much about women anymore as it is about hardships and life. I’m trying to bring back that love and that connection with women and specific interactions with the female fan base. I want people to be able to connect with my music. I started writing music by sharing some of my own experiences. Most of my music is telling a story of experiences with women or relationships – good times and bad times. I expand on some ideas and get inspiration from other places, but a lot of times what I’m talking about is close to home. No matter what though, I want people to connect. Everyone has dealt with a significant other in some way and my music is easily relatable when it comes to that. Everybody can relate to it.”
In addition to “Money Talks,” Touré will be dropping a second single called “I Wanna Be” before the end of the year. He also said he plans to drop a bigger project sometime in 2020.
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Souls Rest combine elements of Hip Hop and RnB/Soul music blending rap with melodic vocals and dynamic cutting edge production to create a unique and captivating sound.
Based in Vancouver, Canada, Souls Rest consists of vocalist/producer a son and rapper.
Souls Rest draws upon their love of classic hip hop and soul, but are driven to create a new Urban RnB soundscape. Direct, lyrical dexterity is coupled with catchy hooks—the result is relevant, melodic and candid music.
Their latest release; “Lighter” is the second single from their upcoming 10-song album project, Cosmonauts. The record aims to expose the disconnect between the person we show to the world, and the person we really are on the inside. It’s written to someone who is struggling with life, and is hiding within a fake exterior. Everything is falling apart around them, yet they still refuse to share their problems. Ironically, it is this elusive honesty that often leads to us being able to access help and ultimately freedom.
Evolving from their previous records, The Cosmonauts album project will have a more Pop-sound woven into the exciting and infectious tracks. The music will continue to be a mix live musicianship and contemporary hip hop production, which creates their unique, memorable sound. Souls Rest is even more intent on bringing fresh new tones to mainstream Hip Hop, RnB, and Soul music.
So far in 2019, the band has released, the single “Cosmonauts, and their “from_the vault”, a 6 song EP that tells uplifting stories of love and hope. 6 music videos accompanied these music releases.
With the support of Mercury Artists and Element-80 Records Inc, the band will be looking ahead to grow their fanbase online and on radio; as well as, touring and performing at festivals and venues across Canada and the US.
East Coast based artist TRUTHR hopes to open some eyes with new singles
NORFOLK, VA – Today’s culture is one filled with people seeking out that next high. There’s not enough content in the world to meet the demands of the masses – from streaming platforms to movie theaters to thrill rides at amusement parks and everything in between. The desire for that daily dose of dopamine drives people to truly seek out new experiences, and sometimes it leads them to strange places.
This is the theme that East Coast artist TRUTHR explores with his latest single, “Strange Places.” It’s a song with a deep, dark vibe paired with a hook and melody that is catchy and impossible to ignore. Like its name, the song offers an otherworldly vibe that embraces the mindset of a lot of people in the world today, sporting powerful production by Chxnce.
“This generation ain’t got no patience,” TRUTHR says. “We want it all now. That’s how I feel and it’s how I see other people feeling.” This song presents that idea and then kind of leaves things open for interpretation based on how people would define ‘all’ for themselves. At the end of the day it’s about seeking fulfillment. Many people are unfulfilled, numb and lifeless … and what does that say about our society?
“Strange Places” also showcases TRUTHR’s unique vocal inflections and one-of-a-kind sound and style. From an early age, he wanted to rap and sing which wasn’t usual for the time but in this era, it’s the new standard so TRUTHR comes well prepared. More than anything, he focuses on the lyrics, working hard to pick the perfect words to convey the message and feeling to which he hopes others will relate.
“I try to keep it uplifting and I’m often exploring things in the metaphysical and spiritual realms,” he said. “I’ve done a lot of studies on those things on the side. I like looking past the veil of reality, and a lot of my music will reference my experiences of observing the deceptions in the world and the truths in the world.”
That is, of course, where his stage name comes from – though he also admits that he tends to associate with the “truther” community, with all of its conspiracy theories.
“Truth has always been my theme, and my music – and even the dialogue I use in my everyday life – lends itself to the exploration of the truth behind things,” he said. “A lot of times, the things that we are shown today are presented in a shifty manner. We don’t see the full picture … especially in the music industry. But I’m more open-minded and in the long run, what feels like my mission is refining the truth in my life and sharing that with other people. I want that to be part of my brand and what people think when they hear my name – someone who makes good music that they can party to or relax to or just vibe to and feel good, but who also drops wisdom.”
In addition to “Strange Places,” TRUTHR has also recently released two other singles with music videos – “Elevate,” a song that encourages listeners to step up their game, and “It’s On Me,” a song that’s about money and TRUTHR’s desire to alleviate some of the pressures of life for those around him.
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Brad Jones Releases New Project “Where I’m Going” On Spotify And ALL Streaming Outlets
Brad Jones is a hip hop artist, singer, songwriter and producer from Chattanooga, TN. What you see is what you get. Just like the lyrics in his song “I’ll Do Me”, he lives by the mantra “You do you and I’ll do me”. He is a real artist who pours intense passion into every song he writes, delivers spit-fire lyrics on the mic and believes in leaving no-less than everything on the stage. And this is exactly what he has done every time over the years as he takes the stage at festivals, clubs, churches and venues across the Southeast US to prove exactly why he belongs in this industry.
Ever since he played his first note at age 9, he fell in love with music and discovered he could use it to escape the pain in his life. It was an escape from the real world. He could escape the bullies. Escape his fears and anxieties. Escape the hungry nights. Escape the struggle. Growing up poor might have been discouraging to some, but this sparked the fire inside he needed to grind till his music was heard and he proved himself on the mic. He learned early, if you have a dream then go and get it.
Everybody has a story and he unapologetically shares his. From childhood struggle, emotional scars to faith and battling and addiction, no stone is left unturned as he uses all of this as his fuel to keep grinding and pursuing his passion. If there is one theme that carries through all of his music it’s that no matter how far you’ve fallen or how lost you may feel, don’t give up. There’s hope waiting for you on the other side. So keep putting one foot in front of the other and you’ll get to where you’re going.
His album “Where I’m Going” is out now on all digital platforms and stores. Physical albums can be purchased through contacting www.BradJonesRap.com.
New Single “Waiting” just dropped December 6th and a new single called “MMML (My Music, My Life) is dropping December 20th. Stream “Where I’m Going” below on Spotify and all streaming outlets!
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Jizzle Buckz Releases The Official Music Video For His Latest Banger “Buckz The Bully” Prod By @Laudie_Yayo
St. Louis rapper Jizzle Buckz has time and time again proven he is nothing to play with when it comes to rap or the trap. And on his latest single Buckz The Bully, Jizzle makes that more than clear!
Produced by Laudie On The Track and with a cameo from LA4’s, Buckz The Bully is a self proclaimed ode to the streets; solidifying Jizzle Bucks as one of the top independent trap rap brands emerging from the Midwest.
With almost 20K views on YouTube in less than a week, Jizzle Buckz is gearing up to go viral again with his latest release. A visual glorification of the trap lifestyle, Buckz The Bully continues the St. Louis rapper’s wave and positions Jizzle Buckz as a definite artist to watch as we enter into 2020.
Hip Hop duo out of Michigan brings genre back to its roots with new single ‘Swerve Talk’
LANSING, MI – Hip Hop is music that comes from the streets. It’s a genre that was born as a
voice for the people – a reflection of the gritty reality that times are not always easy, good
people don’t always get ahead, and opportunity and justice are just pretty words spouted by
the privileged few who have never known life without them.
Two relatives out of Lansing, Michigan want to bring Hip Hop back to those foundations and
their unique style of music is gaining attention throughout the Upper Midwest. Mo Betta and D
Eagle don’t play the fake game. From the moment they started rapping together as children,
they’ve made a pact to serve their listeners a more authentic brand of Hip Hop. Holding their
art to a higher standard, these two talented wordsmiths are bringing a refreshing realism to the
game – a genuineness born from their collective hardship.
“We’ve been fucked with and we’ve served time,” D Eagle said. “We’ve seen the world for what
it is, put that into words and strapped a fat beat on it. All we ask now is that you listen.”
Operating under the name Fortified Hustlas (FH), this rap duo has dropped a new single that is
turning heads both for its originality and its nod to old-school Hip Hop. “Swerve Talk” is a song
that uses the rich life as a metaphor for the struggles of the streets – with powerful imagery
serving as a testament for the hard things people have to do to survive. Paired with an upbeat
tempo, the hard-hitting lyrics are exactly the kind of Hip Hop rap that the genre was created
for. And though it’s not exactly a club-driving tune, it does have a beat and vibe that would fit
right in with those who love having a good time at the club.
The song features well-known Michigan artist El’Zappo, who brings his unique flow and witty
lyricism to the single in ways that the duo says perfectly rounds out the message they were
trying to get across.
“We touch almost all areas with our music,” Mo Betta said. “We’re lyrical but at the same time
we mix in our music with new sounds of today. Plus, there aren’t too many duos out there
today. In the last 10 to15 years, there haven’t been a lot of duos that you’re actually familiar
with. We’re blood cousins who have been rapping together for about 10 years, and we’ve
developed something that is very professional and sounds like nothing else out there today.”
D Eagle said he and his cousin have been inspired by some of the legends of Hip Hop over the
years – from Wutang to Jadakiss, Jay-Z and Fabulous. Some current artists also serve as
inspirations including J.Cole, Kendrick Lamar, Lil Baby and Quando Rondo. Like those big name
artists, they want FH to become a known household name not just for bringing good vibes but
for having a unique voice in the world of Hip Hop.
“Our music is about realism,” he said. “We’re teaching people something. We’re not just
rapping but are trying to teach and send out a message through the stuff we say.”
In addition to “Swerve Talk,” FH just finished a new song in the studio and is working toward its
release before the end of 2019. The duo is also working on developing music videos for their
new singles and plans to drop an EP sometime in 2020.
Midwest artist Dejah’E blends genres to create “Hip-Pop” music with upcoming album “Mark My Words”
RACINE, WI – Dejah’E, a young R&B artist from Wisconsin, is hardly new to the music game. She has worked with Grammy award winning producer, Greg Lawson and one of Chris Brown’s producers, Steve Russel, and performed for Grammy award winning producers Hit-Boy and Johnny Wright. Bringing a classic 90s vibe with a modern twist, this fresh singer delivers a new mix of R&B and Pop which she refers to as “Hip-Pop.”
With a style characterized by sweet melodies and harmonies coupled with a catchy beat and expressive vocals, Dejah’E is finishing up her debut album, “Mark My Words.” A project two years in the making and recorded in Los Angeles, Las Vegas and Milwaukee, the 17 song album is slated for release in early 2020 on all digital streaming channels. The project features music written by her and her producers Jaray James (of Mayweather’s “The Money Team”), Donye’a Goodin, Chris Milly, Waive Boy and StarChild Productions (recently nominated for two Grammys on Chris Brown’s latest project). “I love working with these guys,” Dejah’E said. “They’re all so talented and we vibe so well together. They each bring out a different side of me, which I think is dope because my fans are able to hear all the different sides to me, too.” Surrounded by so much Grammy star power, Dejah’E is destined to win a Grammy herself.
“Mark My Words” will provide fans with a varied mix of songs, including the Caribbean styled, richly harmonic track, “Apology.” The wildly catchy “Fallin Back” written by the artist two years ago, is perfect for cruising in the car. Another standout track, “That Button” will be released as a single soon, accompanied by a major production music video.
In 2017, Dejah’E recorded her first song, “Slow” as a solo artist and has always brought authenticity into her work. “I bring a realness that’s not really shown in the industry any more. I’m just completely myself, completely real and open,” Dejah’E said. Her debut single was well received and she has built on that success. Her new music reflects her growth as an artist – her vocals have grown stronger, she now uses custom, original beats from her producers, and her harmonies are more refined. Over ten years of piano playing has given Dejah’E the unique ability to sing chords off the top of her head, aiding the singer with her backgrounds and harmonies.
Growing up in Racine, a small town on the shores of Lake Michigan between Milwaukee and Chicago, Dejah’E first discovered her love of music in church. At eight years old, she took up the violin, followed by piano which came to her naturally. From 14 into her late teens, Dejah’E performed as a member of different girl groups that she formed. Over the years, her musical influences included Chris Brown, Michael Jackson, Jhene Aiko and Aaliyah and at 21, she launched her solo career with the release of her debut single, “Slow.”
Dejah’E owns an independent label called LA Rich Entertainment with her father and manager, Richard Warren, and this team shows no signs of slowing down. Filming for the “That Button” music video will be happening in a Milwaukee nightclub under the direction of Philly Fly Boy at the end of next month. Additionally, to follow the album release, Dejah’E plans to drop an EP by next summer.
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