I’ve seen a lot of artist say they doing this and that, but there some artist that show it rather than tell it Miranda Ryte will show you the “ryte” way. Her drive is amazing she is so dedicated to her craft and she is really applying pressure. You can tell she is not a rookie in the game just a little info about her Miranda Ryte is a remap artist from the west side Chicago who has garnered significant success. Independently. Her extensive resume and grind have caught the attention and respect of many Chicago rap legends such as Shawna, do or die, crucial conflict and Twista. She has opened up for those same legends and others from across the country including Trina, StylesP, Young Joc. Plies. And Black Youngsta. In 2015 Miranda began to pour all of her energy into her craft. In December 2017. Miranda released her highly anticipated album”da ryte way” titled after her infamous slogan. Her longtime producer and friend. Rob Jones (#thecreator) has been an integral part of her success. He compliments her writing and flows with versatile beats that lead to instant hits. Miranda has partnered with some of the hottest videographers in Chicago like dark mirror film, grey nova film, and Billy Kauk Productions. Her videos “water”, “getting it”. “set it off”. And “blow a bag”. Just to name a few. Can be viewed on youtube. The grind doesn’t stop with her music. When Miranda
isn’t in the studio or performing. She spends her time being the CEO and manager of her own model management agency. N’tyce entertainment. Her business has seen is own achievement through models being booked for product ads, music videos, and nationally published magazines. As if that wasn’t enough, Mirandahas recently gotten her feet wet in the tv host arena. She currently is a host for urban grind tv and walaradio. Miranda is also a host for pop radio. Miranda is a woman of all trades who is definitely applying pressure. Get in tune!
An alluring beat introduces Halo as it drops, Marc Illy hops on the rhythm and unleashes his flow as he times every staccato smoothly. The new track, Halo just dropped earlier this summer and is already raking in over 1M views on World Star Hip Hop and 600K on YouTube. Illy is not new to the rap game, he’s been in the industry since his early 20’s when he first started producing professionally as a recording engineer in Orange County and Hollywood, CA. He’s worked with quite a few notable figures, allowing him to witness the moves music moguls made first hand.
There’s more to Illy than just a music persona, throughout the years, he’s managed to find himself a little bit more, changing his name as he goes through each transformation. Formerly known as Marcus Elias and Juscelino, he committed to Marc Illy as he morphs all of his talents into one. He embraces that his entrepreneurism, opening up his own online business and travel company while curating his travel blog. As he expands his horizons, he infuses what he’s learned from his escapades into the sounds of his music, thus leaving him with a unique vibe that no one’s ever really touched before, not only does he explore his new found sounds in Halo but Made Up My Mind also paints the picture.
A Guyanese American talent hailing from Brooklyn, NY born with an innate musical ability primed and ready to take the entertainment industry by storm. His originals plans of being a drummer has evolved into his sharing his gift with the world as a performing artist. Heavily influenced by the likes of Chris Brown and Drake he has adopted a unique sonic approach to his brand of music. With the help of his Bossed Up Management and Ace of Spades entertainment teams Xavier has made waves throughout the tri-state and has plans on a breakout year for 2019. Check out his latest release, They Don’t Like That below:
Tantra is the new single from R&B artist, Terrance Anderson. Produced by Zero Tha Composer, this hot new track is available now on Spotify, Apple Music, and Tidal.
Terrance Anderson brings creativity to R&B through the uniqueness of his voice and creativity of pen. His ear for melody and uptempo beats is what easily captivates his audience. The start of his singing career began at local open mics in his hometown of Indianapolis; followed by many musical showcases in multiple cities of Chicago, Indianapolis and Atlanta, shining light on his pen and talent of songwriting through his work with other artists’ of Indianapolis. Terrance’s impressive songwriting remains consistent in passion along with his voice in emotion, which continues to captivate listeners. Using the rapper’s way of metaphors and symbols, Terrance brings with and coolness back to R&B. His newest single titled, “Tantra” is now available on all streaming platforms.
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New Exclusive Interview with Wyclef’s Artist Jazzy Amra Dj Nia Boom & Sean Money chop it up with the R&B Singer who discusses her influences, How she got started, what she loves about a man and more Special Thanks to Music Works NYC, Maddi, Skye and Wyclef Jean. – Boom
This track is for the good girls, bad girls, and women all across the world. This song represents just genuinely meeting someone and sharing a dope vibe! You’re all special and beautiful in your own unique way.
*Quote from song:
“I’m looking for a good girl can you be my senorita…huh….baby can you be my senorita??
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*Amazon Music: Senorita [Explicit] https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07CVQF4TM/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_c93SBb7K0XCAM
Hip-hop has new duo known as AKATABOIZ. The duo consist of Digga Famous and Petro. Digga formerly known as P Digga formed Akataboiz with Houston Rapper Petro to drop an international single “Nduoma’ which was Produced by Muzikal. Kindly enjoy the trap banger where Digga raps in igbo language, Petro raps in English making the song an international smash single. Nduoma is alos available on all platforms.
Social Networks- @digga_famous @petroblu713
Crown Prince Saul is a Artist and activist from Harlem NYC. Crown Prince Saul became involved with music at the age of 15 where he learned how to DJ. Crown Prince Saul then shadowed his uncle Mark King who had a Record Label. Prince Saul’s Uncle never really gave him a chance to do the music because He wanted Prince to know the industry, but it discouraged Prince and he then turned to the streets and started dealing drugs. Prince Saul eventually ran into trouble with the law. 1 mistake took away 3 years of this young mans life. When Prince Saul came home he became an advocate for young people encouraging Them to do the right thing. Working with people like Iesha Sekou of street corner resources a cure violence program in Harlem, Ashley and Dominique Sharpton of NAN Youth Huddle.
Crown Prince Saul made a song called Back to the shake about 5 years ago because there was a song out with the fake Harlem Shake that was offensive to Harlem This song gain popularity when he re released it in December 2015 on Soundcloud. For the single swag in my walk it was inspired by the haters says Prince. “People consider me a nice handsome guy. As a Handsome black man with Harlem Swag I tend to get hated on for no reason. So swag in my walk let the hater know I see them I pay them no mind but at the same time I do pay attention. Its about the love, at the same time you love Hate is always in the shadow trying to destroy so I Believe that God walks with me so I’m good.”