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Land of The G’s

Big ups to the young guru Vince Ash as he blesses our page with his latest single “Land of the G’s”. This single reminds you of the golden era of hip hop with sampled boom bap instrumentals accompanied with metaphorical lyrics and a militant cadence. Showing the reality and living conditions of most poverty stricken neighborhoods, using his visuals and words to serve as a reflection of the struggle. Capturing everyday life while questioning why so many neighborhoods suffer from the same problems. Invoking thought by showing the desolation and abandonees of the streets as well as lack of nutrition with limited options of fast food and liquor stores, but Ash gives a solution as well. He encourages listeners to keep their head up and remain focused amidst the bullshit, search for knowledge and practice self-love to make it in the “Land of the G’s”. Make sure you stream below and as always…

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Super Saiyan

Hip Hop has no limits, it’s one of the only genre’s that can cross race, gender and sex. Its influence is evident when you see people across the globe connecting and relating to the same songs, from news anchors to political leaders everyone has referenced and credited Hip Hop as a universal feel that we are all familiar with. Today the talented artist Loh has whipped up some frequencies that touches many generations of people with the latest single “Super Saiyan”. This electrical summer anthem marries the two worlds of anime and trap, not you’re most traditional mix but certainly necessary. With visuals from the nostalgic Dragon ball Z TV series this video jogs your memory of the golden era of anime, accented with heavy 808’s and hi-hats creating a unorthodox soundtrack that you wouldn’t mind bumping in public. We all have a little super saiyan in us, and Loh helps bring out the goku and gohan in all of us. Make sure you stream the video below and as always…

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‘Habits’

Today we deliver a captivating song from Saint Millie as he spill’s his heart on the track with his new single “Habits”. Discussing how everybody goes through life picking up habits whether good or bad. Millie talks about the drug culture of his generation and how many youth are desensitized to drugs and look at it more routine than taboo, and for many this is a way of life. Comparing the fast lifestyle to an addicting drug that becomes Habit.  Stream the video below and as always….

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Knew The Half

The good music keeps on coming and today we enter Why Khaliq world as he drops off visuals for his latest video “Knew The Half”. A colorful and brilliant perspective of social synergy between two people. Khaliq address double standards in relationships as a rapper, combating stereotypes that most rappers aren’t looking for love but rather lust. Judging each other off face value without getting to know the half of each other, hence the title. Encouraging listeners to dig deep when meeting someone new because there is more than what’s on the surface. Make sure you stream this video below and as always…

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You Pull Up

Today we introduce to you a talented artist emerging from the polished group (two9) named Jace as he releases a sensual track titled “You Pull Up”. This track is the perfect aphrodisiac as it set the mood for a fun and romantic evening, accented with spot on visuals capturing the chemistry between Jace and the actress. Creating an soundtrack for after dark situations. If you haven’t had the chance to check out Jace’s music yet, make sure you stream his video and latest project below and as always…

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Oddisee

Today we give you a musical genius who experiments with instruments the way an artist does paint. His recent visual to the song ‘Brea’ contains no words however the instrumentation provides its own story.  Graced by the beauty of a Ballerina in environments uncommon for a professional dancer, showing duality and two perspective’s  of the spectrum. This theme resides throughout the video with the black and white treatment shoots connecting conceptually to the song. Oddisee spends his day wandering the streets, while the elegant ballerina acts as a guardian angel watching every moment of failure and success channeling her emotion through dance. Mimicking each other  while demonstrating balance until they  eventually combining energies to duel humorously while celebrating and trading moves. Check out “Brea” below and as always…

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Alchemy

Today’s post come from an uplifting soul from Jersey who goes by the name of Kev Décor. This musical magician dispenses golden vibrations as he speaks on the power of alchemy: the power to change lead into gold, or the discipline to shift energy and emotions. Using a sample of Will Smith from the movie Pursuit of Happiness which encourages the listener to protect their dream, and seek new light. Kev explains the hardships of growing up and how he turned his struggle into success. Reminding all of us that we are all a part of the universe and  we are all connected even If on the outside we differ. Motivating listeners to see pass the earthly distractions we face daily and to remain focused on our goals and dreams. Make sure you give Kev a listen below and as always…

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iiiDrops

Joey Purp is reinventing the art of hustle. The 22-year old Chicago native come from the SaveMoney crew: a group of individual’s raising from the bottom with ambition and perseverance. Providing a voice that is relatable to the youth, painting a picture that they can understand. The latest project Joey released is call iiiDrops, an 11-track album which features popular artist like Chance the rapper, Vic Mensa and Mick Jenkins all heavy hitters coming out the Chicago area. Using his charisma to tackle the social injustice topics of Chicago, with his personal experiences to serve as an example and encourage listeners to deal with their problems head on. The production has a soulful gospels feel with a heavy horn sound that uplifts the soul. Providing that Sunday morning good feel in your speakers. All in all this project is a testimony to youth going through the struggle and need some direction. Make sure you stream the album and videos and as always…

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JuHovah

Juhovah, a 19-year old artist from South Carolina provides fire with his recent single “No More Temporary.” In the video, Juhovah re-visits old relationships with ex-girlfriends that he still has feelings for. Looking back on all the good memories they shared together and trying to make it a permanent relationship instead of temporary. The video starts off with nostalgic vhs visuals of Juhovah and a young lady enjoying their puppy love sharing ice cream, then evolves to them blossoming as a couple. The feel of this song reminds you of a time when you first fell in love and nothing else matter but the person you was with, expressing the power of love and how we all want the initial butterflies and feeling we have to last forever.  Stream the video below and as always

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Aminé

Aminé fantasizes about a lady named “Caroline” on his latest single. Using drawn-out melodies, with witty bars, and resilient singing this euphoric record, balances exploratory structure with a pop feel. Aminé separates him-self with inventive flows and cadences accompanied with eternal artistry. Displaying his vision and executing his greatness focusing on detail with music and art. Take a few minutes to catch the vibe, and show Aminé some love by streaming the video below and as always…

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