Check out the latest single and video from KJ Da’Donn – Trap Ties
Check out the latest single and video from KJ Da’Donn – Trap Ties
Bla5er – Panoramic [Official Music Video]
Shak- Get ‘Em Gone feat. TEC (Official Music Video)
Baton Rouge, Louisiana female artists Shakira Danielle aka SHAK hooks up with fellow Louisiana artist TEC. TEC is a rapper with a number of singles and collaborations seen on the YouTube channel Str8 Up Ent, including his single “Go Crazy” featuring Maine Musik. He is part of a collective called The Luciano Family. Artists SHAK is on the rise, watch her new official music video “Get ‘Em Gone” and be on the lookout for more music from SHAK. Stream and download SHAK music on all digital platforms.
Scarface lay born in Nicholls ga , has always been on her music journey .. Being a female in the rap game isn’t Eazy but wit her hardcore lyrics and cute face lay gives a difference dynamic in her music .. GROWING UP AND BEING INSPIRED BY artist such as the late great bankroll fresh , Kevin gates , young thug and lil baby she puts a mixture of all those artist into her music .. SCARFACE LAY WILL DEFINITELY BE A NAME TO REMEMBER OUT HERE In this industry … her hard work and dedication would not be over looked at all!
Official Video https://youtu.be/xOjD_9a5Pq0
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Inas X – Honey (Official Video)
Inas X is here to declare her place in the music industry. Hailing from Brooklyn, New York but now calling Los Angeles home, real name Inas Maale traded her given last name for a bold “X,” representing empowerment, independence, and perseverance. Coming from humble beginnings as an intern at a major label, the singer-songwriter quickly found her calling and continues to make music out of pure love and passion. Now, she returns to unleash the official music video for “Honey,” premiered exclusively on YouTube and directed by Nimi Hendrix. The new record unveils a side of the Middle Eastern goddess that fans have yet to see, showcasing growth, maturity, and of course, that bad bitch mentality we all can appreciate. “Honey” is a sexy, empowering song you put on when you want to feel good about yourself, reminding the masses to get to their bag by all means necessary. Speaking on the new release, Inas states, “I made it at a time where I felt like you know what, I got my own bread (my own money)! I got it on my own! It’s for you if you’re feeling independent and focused on getting to your money, expanding your wealth and health. ‘Honey’ is so sweet, we need ‘Honey’ and nature needs the bees to survive. The Divine Feminine is like ‘Honey’ too!” Women are so often compared to “Honey” because they look and taste so sweet. Watch above and remember: show me the money, honey!
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D.Millz is a hip hop artist originally from the East Texas town of Grapeland, Texas. Inspired by the likes of Texas legends including Slim Thug, Z-Ro and Devin The Dude, D.Millz meshes small-town grit and grind with influences from Houston and Dallas.
Since his early teenage years, he would go to the studio with older family members and friends freestyling and rapping for fun. Over time, his circle noticed his unique talent which encouraged him to take his craft seriously and he has since been creating timeless music. D.Millz has had early successes in opening for A Boogie Wit da Hoodie in Houston, TX and bringing out his home town in droves to support his latest mixtape release. Recently, his music video for “Atlanta” (new single) was featured on VEVO’s DSCVR Hip-Hop editorial playlist.
His aura and demeanor are heavily influenced by Nipsey Hussle – authentic, versatile, humble and novel. When asked if he feels pressured to make club hits, D.Millz explained why that is not a priority for him adding “I make music for the people. The club don’t have ears.” Sonically, his music is Bizzy Bone meets August Alsina the way he merges lyricism and singing into soulful rap, fitting the musical palette of a wide range of listeners.
Watch on YouTube https://youtu.be/zJ01kLu9p_Q
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Real Smokesta Describes A World Filled With Domestic Violence. Shot By Mike Busyy | @realsmokesta
Check out the Official Music Video ‘Hands‘ Feat Dookie Blu & C.Walka
Also, Thanksgiving Day Spice 1 & Q Bosilini present Real Smokesta’s EP ‘September Fifteenth‘ releasing on all digital outlets.
Canadian alternative pop-rock singer-songwriter, Apryll Aileen, is eager to announce the release of her newest single “Wild Wolvez” along with the official music video. Straying away from her familiar musical styling of pop and r&b, “Wild Wolvez” encompasses a dark electronic vibe; the first of her songs to have a big instrumental drop. The collaboration with Adam Royce (worked with Grammy-Award winner Daniel Caesar, multi JUNO-Award winner Tom Cochrane and three time E! People’s Choice Awards winners The Tea Party) brought out the edgier electronic side, perfectly resonating with the narrative of the single: women reclaiming their power and owning their voice.
“Wild Wolvez” is a song that is meant to open the doors for young women by empowering them to stand up for what they believe in and reassuring them that they are not alone in the world. The lyrical messaging within “Wild Wolvez” emphasizes how women can create and have freedom by learning to own and love their bodies and that women do not have to live in a world governed by misogynistic values. Filmed in New Brunswick, the music video reflects on women and how they are beautified in today’s society. Pop culture makes it difficult for young women to understand their bodies. The video symbolically represents the stark nature of the misogyny driven landscape Western Culture currently operates in and how we can create a new, raw, unfiltered wilderness that we all feel safer in. The music video has symbolic messaging that we as women connect through our pain by sharing our stories. Apryll wanted the music video to portray how all women, regardless of race and ethnicity, experience some form of sexual abuse and harassment. This is shown through the diverse cast of women, from Indigenous to Egyptian Canadian and French Canadian.
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About Apryll Aileen
There are lots of people who can sing, but not everyone has a voice. Apryll Aileen is a Canadian alternative pop-rock singer-songwriter, musician, multi-instrumentalist — classically trained in piano. Her sultry vocals, captivating lyrics and alluring stage presence make Apryll a fan favourite at music festivals worldwide. Aileen transcends genres, creating her own undefinable sound with influences coming from pop, rock, blues and jazz. She doesn’t imitate – she creates. A hybrid of two polarities, she blends melodic songwriting and raspy vocal tones from modern artists such as Halsey and Miley Cyrus but with the storytelling edge of Stevie Nicks.
When Aileen writes songs, she thinks of the collective and voices what others feel but can’t express. With soulful vocals, hooky melodies and raw emotion, her songwriting is inspired by real life events. From pain, to finding inner strength through love, her songs take the listener on a journey through their own inner landscape of being.
Her single “I’m Still Alive”, released earlier this year, was added to the “Breaking Rock” and “New Music Daily” playlists on Apple Music. Aileen has also just received word that she will be an artist in residence at the Kingsbrae International Residence for Artists next summer in St. Andrews, New Brunswick, Canada.
In 2017, Aileen was nominated as “Pop Artist of the Year” for the Music NB Awards following the release of her debut album, Savannah Soul (2016), and was also a recipient of the YWCA Women of Distinction Award for Arts, Culture & Design. Her debut single, “Hey Sugar” (2016), received cross-Canada airplay and made it to CBC Searchlight’s (annual competition for Canada’s next undiscovered talent), top-25 nationally. In 2016 and 2017, Aileen had several sync placements in the TV shows “The Next Step” and “Lost & Found Music Studios” (The Family Channel & BBC Worldwide), for her songs “Great Expectations”, “Now is Our Time”, “Keep Me Hangin’”, “Can’t Buy Fame” and “Faith”. Her song “Butterflies” earned the title track on the multiple award-winning film “Butterflies” in 2014 by Emmy® Award-Winning Director Cayman Grant (Oxygen Best Female Director Award, participant in the prestigious NBC/Universal Emerging Directors TV Program, etc.).
Aileen spends most of her time performing and writing music between the quiet solitude of New Brunswick in Atlantic Canada and the hustle and bustle of downtown Toronto. When she is not in either, she is usually found on the Venice Beach boardwalk, SoCal style, where her boho spirit and love for the sun and ocean connect. She is currently working on her second album, RISING TIDES, which will be released in 2021.
Chayo Nash is the first artist to sign to T-Pain’s new label – Nappy Boy Entertainment. The Grammy Award-winning recording artist states Chayo is currently his biggest priority. Earlier this month, Chayo Nash released his first single, titled “The Beach”, which T-Pain labeled as one of his favorite songs from him. Check out the eye-catching video HERE. The first single release has an impressive 300,000 + streams combined in just a few short weeks.
Chayo is now back with his second single, titled “Self Love”. The song depicts Chayo Nash’s view on the opposite sides of his mania. Chayo quotes “It is like when I feel too good for no reason and then the darker undertone is meant to reflect the flip side of the low that will be way more extreme than the high. I still do my best to enjoy it. Everyone needs a little Self Love”.
The rising star has a lot of exciting things up his sleeve that the world is going to want to pay attention to. T-Pain quotes “You need to really start looking out for Chayo Nash. We have some super dope stuff on the way. Including a song featuring me. It is going to be a hit, I’m telling you right now. Be on the lookout for it and start showing your support with “Self Love”. The song and video are fire”.
About Chayo Nash
Chayo Nash’s childhood was spent moving through various cities, taking a piece of each with him along the way. Starting in Chicago, Nash moved down to Jacksonville, Florida and divided his time between there and Brazil once his parents divorced. “I got roasted in Florida for my thick Chicago accent,” he recalls with a laugh. Though in that pocket of Florida that heralds Southern music, Nash began to diversify his palate.
With his father being a Temptations and Bob Marley fan and his mother loving gospel (“Church was basically my day care.”), Nash had a wide variety of sounds travelling into his obit; not to mention, living part-time in Brazil and learning about its rich musical history. His love of hip-hop was also mixed in, from Outkast to T-Pain, and his childhood dabbling with making music would later manifest itself into a full-fledged career.
“I remember the first song I made at nine years old,” Nash remembers, detailing his piecing together of equipment to record. By 15, he was collaborating with local kids, though by college it really all came together. “College is where it really turned into something,” he says. “That was when I took that step, like ‘I’m really a rapper.’”
Nash began touring on the strength of his local buzz, as he dominated areas like his hometown of Jacksonville, along with Orlando and his college town of Tallahassee. He shared stages with the likes of Big Sean and A$AP Rocky, making new fans at every show. At the time he was signed to Miami’s Bacardi Records / Rum Bum, though that would soon change.
He aligned with Nappy Boy Entertainment’s Young Cash, who added Nash to his Winsquad roster. “He’s like my big brother,” Nash says of Cash. “I really needed some direction.” Once Cash introduced Chayo to T-Pain, a friendship was seamlessly formed. At the beginning of 2020, Chayo Nash officially signed to Nappy Boy Entertainment and the work is just getting started.
As Chayo Nash continues to lean into 2020, he’ll continue releasing singles, videos which include some pretty impressive features. With all of that going on, he keeps one goal in mind. “I want to create something to touch people and move people,” he says. “My music tells my story.”
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