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DeVante Myles Releases Debut Mixtape – Pants Up @DeVanteMyles

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Hip-Hop Freshman DeVante Myles Issues Free Admission Tickets Into
The Oxford Circus

Imagine, a sonically euphoric musical playground, hidden deep within Hip-Hop. A place that resides in Brooklyn, NY, where lyricism and the heart of Hip-Hop’s true origins live and breathe.

At times it may seem that just like Brooklyn, Hip-Hop is in the midst of a reconstruction period known as gentrification. Losing its way to new audiences and strangers of the culture, it’s as if true lyricists are now the “black sheep” of Hip-Hop. But, if you can make your way to the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn, not far from Jay-Z’s Marcy Ave, you will find the omniscient Oxford Circus. Conveniently all are welcome; come #jointhecircus as DeVante Myles himself often tweets.

Created by freshman newcomer DeVante Myles, Oxford Circus is more than a movement, it is a way of life for those who may feel like an outsider, or that they do not belong in the current state of Hip-Hop. For the Hip-Hop head who appreciates quality production, lyrics, countless bars, the beauty of punch lines, and music that is way beyond its creator’s years, this is where you want to be.

Releasing his debut album “Pants Up” on October 20, 2017, DeVante Myles has entered the game with a message,

“I want listeners to walk away with a different perspective on situations in life through this music, giving them a solid body of work that they can relate to with a creative bounce.”

“Rectify,” Myles’ first single from “Pants Up,” signifies his drive to “Rectify the Game”. This is the beginning of his rap dynasty as a lyrical mastermind and musical outlier. With over 200 songs written and recorded, DeVante pulls creative inspiration from musical classics that incorporate Hip-Hop’s diamond era known as the 90’s.

With the 18 year anniversary of Mos Def’s debut album “Black on Both Sides” just last week, capture that same exact spirit in 2017 by purchasing the debut album of DeVante Myles’ “Pants Up” available on all major platforms.

IG/TW: @DeVanteMyles

Click Here to Purchase the Album on Itunes

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[FEATURED ARTIST] E-Reign: The Future Of New York by DJ Layne Luv

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When a rapper dubs themselves the “future” of anything, best believe they have the confidence to know that the energy they are putting out foretells their success among the masses to come. It’s been a long time since New York City has held the crown as the reigning capital of rap music. Atlanta has held that title for a while judging by the amount of rappers that gets top priority radio spins and project sales. Even though the public may see the likes of Remy Ma, Nicki Minaj and now Cardi B all from New York getting their shine (Shout out to the leading ladies of rap right now)….however, it’s still many miles away… in fact light years from The Golden Era where 80 % of the industry rappers during that time were from New York.

Nowadays the internet has leveled the playing field for both rappers, producers and DJ’s and artists alike. The no longer need “the industry machine” behind them to be successful. Chance The Rapper has inspired so many independent artist to stay independent and E-Reign from Queens NY is no different. His grind is definitely being noticed on the east coast and he’s hustling everyday to become known in other states across the nation. The young rapper has the business savvy to put together independent tours with him as the headliner. From high quality music videos to riot energy live shows….E-Reign will definitely have the masses paying attention real soon.

Ladies and Gentleman… E-Reign.

SO: Glad you could join us man. Let’s just get right into it. On a lot of your promotions I see the slogan “Future of New York” ..for the audience, what does that mean?

ER: My team and myself, are just trying to bring something new and fresh to the table. That slogan is meant to inspire no matter where you’re from. I know some people might see that term as something braggadocio, but I’m not just talking about myself. I’m putting on for my city but I’m putting that energy out there to the world. I’m talking about my generation, my culture. So much pressure is put on us millennials to adapt to what was…and we don’t want to be told what represents us…WE want to establish what represents us and for that to be embraced. I may articulate that in a different way as opposed to someone down in Atlanta, but we are basically saying the same thing…we are the future…hate it or love it.

SO: I’m noticing most successful independent artist have a strong team behind them. How do you keep your team focused and on the same page?

ER: Yeah man, the key to a lot of it is staying true and loyal to those you started from the bottom with. From there I tend to keep a lot of things in-house because the trust has already been established from way back. By learning each other…things gel together, like when you’re playing basketball…if I shoot that pass, I know who’s going to be there to catch it. Honesty, also goes a long way. You can’t have a lot of “Yes” people on your team. There has to be people in place to tell you the truth so you’re not out in public looking stupid.

SO: What other states do you feel like you’re getting traction in other than New York?

ER: We’re definitely making noise down in Philadelphia. North Carolina has shown me a lot of love and our new spot is Miami. We did a show down there and it was crazy so….and we continue to just keep networking with the brand so hopefully you know, by politickin wit you ….maybe we can get it in Ohio too haha. (pun intended)

SO: So what are you working on right now?

ER: So recently I just dropped my new mixtape The New York Times Vol 1., and so the team and I are promoting that real heavy,…. and then we’re also working on a single called “Whatchu Sayin” and we’re going to be shooting a video for that as well. Other than that , just continuing to tear down these live shows to give the people their money’s worth.

SO: Ok here’ s the typical cliche question LOL, Who would you say your music is influenced by?

ER: Tupac of course and Nas….Lyrical storytellers by far that not only cause you to think but through their rhymes you can see vividly the picture they are painting to the listener. And I mean of course the no-brainers being from New York…The Jay-Z’s and The Biggie’s of the world.

SO: Lastly, where can someone find your music?

ER: Very easy, go to www.ereignmusic.com or you can find my music on all streaming sites. iTunes, Tidal, Spotify, all the heavy hitters. I just want to show love and get some back you know?

SO: Well thank you for chopping it up with us. We are looking for gigantic things to happen for you in 2018

ER: Thank you for having me. I really appreciate it. One.

@DJLAYNELUV

@StraightOfficialMag

@EReignesm

 

 

 

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[MIXTAPE] Millions and Billions Dropped a New Mixtape titled “Extraz” @millions_billions

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It’s been just a few weeks since Millions and Billions (@millions_billions) dropped his latest tape and listeners are loving it. The Atlanta native teamed up with DJ Dirty Dollarz (@ogdirtydollarz) to release “Extraz”, in which Millions taps into his inner hustler for tracks like “Want 4 Nun”. The 11 track project includes a combination of uptempo trap beats and slower pace beats with bass, giving fans a range of sounds throughout. “Extraz” also includes 7 features from fellow artists like Hood Rich Pablo Juan, who Millions collabed with for the final track “Want the Money”.CLICK HERE FOR DIRECT LINKStream the full mixtape exclusively on Spinrilla below

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[New Mixtape] DJ Samore W.Y.K.B.I. 8

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New mixtape alert form DJ Samore hosted by one of Atlanta’s hottest radio personalities, Ferrari Simmions. This mixtape is a collection of hot the hottest jams we are rocking to going into 4th quarter. Hit records from Future, Chris Brown, Yo Gotti, and new exclusives from D4L, Sevyn Streeter. You must give this mixtape a listen to it will take you thru many levels of ratchettness…

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[Mixtape] Guice1hunnit – Hustler @Reche_Thomas55

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The “Hustler” mixtape has been in the making for a year now . “Hustler” is finally finished and ready to be published . Artist Guice1hunnit wanted to assure that every aspect was crisp & was a straight message to the streets.

Listen on Spinrilla
https://www.spinrilla.com/mixtapes/guice1hunnit-hustler

https://www.spinrilla.com/mixtapes/guice1hunnit-hustler

Stay connected w/ Guice1hunnit
Twitter- reche_thomas55
Instagram- Guice1hunnit

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MYK-O is set to release his debut album “The Life Before” @mykothagoverner

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From the urban south of Atlanta, alternative hip-hop artist and songwriter MYK-O (@mykothagoverner) is emerging as a storyteller and lyricist as he debut of his first solo album “The Life Before”. The album will serve as the first of a trilogy project, and documents his adolescence, which was met with challenges and resistance before change, growth, and success came. Not only does the album document MYK-O’s life during the struggle, it highlights recurring emotions in the constant battle for equality. Mastered by platinum producer Rodney Mills, the album has a classic feel but not without the edge of down south.

Follow @mykothagoverner

“The Life Before” is set to release October 21, and is available for (Pre order here)

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[Mixtape Review] T. Flu x Keya DaiJon will Make Em Believe? – Get Hip W/DJ Mos Precious

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In September 2017, a Hurricane cyphered through the streets of Houston. Harvey left more than a diasterous story but a hand full of emotions and oppression.  Through the hard times, dynamic duo and music surfaced. I will like to introduce T. Flu and Keya DaiJon straight out of Houston.

Recently released a 7 track project titled [Make Em Believe] hosted by The Worldwide Fleet DJs very own DJ Malone originally from the middle of the map, Chicago, IL. Through music many relationships are born and stories are told.

And just like that, I present this masterpiece of lyrics and solid production to you lovely music lovers.

 https://spinrilla.com/mixtapes/keya-daijon-x-t-flu-make-em-believe

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[VIDEO] @BSMITHYNIC – SET THE RECORD STRATE

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@BSMITHYNIC has teamed up with one of the hottest Djs in the south, @IamDjCoop, to bring his case forward to the streets. Check out the lead single from the YNIC artist’s latest mixtape STREETS ON TRIAL titled “Set The Record Strate” Shot By @FlackoTheProducer

Follow on IG/Twitter @BSMITHYNIC For Booking YNIC4T@GMAIL.COM

-@Ms_Echia

#theyBopweNetwork

 

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