Tag Archives: newwave

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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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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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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The Same

Peace G’s, we come to you today with an insane visual from  Misfit Muda and Myke Green titled “The Same”. This new visual is for the emotional hearted individual, discussing relationship problems of the youth and breaking away from traditional romance. The aesthetic of the song is very trippy and new age, the director matched the feel strongly by capturing slow mo images of both artist in a intoxicated perspective. Make sure you check out the video below and as always…

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The Process

I don’t know what the weather’s like for you, but Liz Lubega’s new EP “The Process” is the perfect harmonic background for the warm season we are approaching. I would characterize the sound and melody Liz captures as romantic and soothing, like scented candles burning in a dim room with the bath water running. Lubega’s voice provides comfort, the kind of comfort you receive in your house reading a book with your nose buried in your favorite tea or coffee. Sonically summoning the soulful sounds of early 90’s R&B, comparable to the late Whitney Houston, who is one of Lebega’s many influences as well as incorporating her gospel upbringing and mixing it with her current bluesy blissful vocals creating her own unique sound. The Process is only thirteen minutes long, which is perfect for those who want to take a short break from reality and relax in a peaceful environment, just like the earthy setting on the EP’s cover. Take a load off of your busy schedule and allow yourself to be taken away by positivity below and as always…

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It Happened in Flatbush

The Underachievers have been doing their thing for the past few years, creating 5th dimensional music to enlighten listeners while speaking about current events and social injustices with a tasteful delivery. This dynamic duo achieves the goal of creating conscious music with substance while staying turnt. Feeding medicine through candy, they allow listeners to enjoy heavy 808s and trap sounds while they deliver political messages. Yesterday they continue the movement with their newest project titled “It happened in Flatbush” this 10 track project can be streamed in its entirety below. “It Happened in Flatbush” serves as the duo’s follow-up to their sophomore album Evermore which dropped in September. In addition to their new release, The Underachievers are about to hit the road as part of the Smoker’s Club tour this summer with Cam’ron, Smoke DZA and others starting May 31st. Make sure you check out this phenomenal project below and as always…

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Food For The Soul

Oswin Benjamin grew up in Newburgh, New York, but has since relocated to the Bronx. He’s currently arranging his first solo project “Protect Your Soul,” which is produced entirely by Beewirk’s. He’s currently putting out a video for his track “the Soul Pt. 2,” which features a high BPM jazz shuffle instrumental, which he greets with a lively, unpredictable flow that mimics the spontaneous nature of improvisational jazz. The instrumentation fits perfectly with his poetic lyrics as he speaks about balancing the physical and metaphysical world and never losing focus on soul. Stream this video below and as always

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