R&B artist Ed Beezy releases new, exotic single “Ain’t Coming Down.” The Chicago native seduces the track with love making lyrics, set to entice ladies worldwide. Vividly he describes an array of feelings he’s catching while drowning
Criss Jrumz returns with the visual for his uplifting single titled “Stay Shining”, which was produced by YondoMusic. The record is all about progression and achieving success regardless of the obstacles one might face on the daily.
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Brooklyn, NYC band Holy Hand Grenade treat us to some smooth funk vibes on their new single titled “Be Easy”. The record takes a lot of inspiration from improv jazz, soul-funk, and hip-hop elements as they aim
Canadian collective Black Lion release break through record, “Survive” featuring Testament and Ray Robinson. Black Lion touches upon the universal and problematic themes of struggle, survival, and the know how to overcome it all. The record takes
Denver based producer, Botanik, releases new lo-fi Hip Hop instrumental titled “Tropics.” The unequivocal jazz vibes are effortlessly arranged with piano and brass samples that exudes a tint of hypnosis. Botanik also includes soothing island soundscapes ideal
Jabree Sadek links with producer Jee Juh for a mind-blown lyrical tale of “Cain”. Unlike other records where listeners are lured in by the sensation of stacked bills, runways of luxury cars, and endless supplies of worldly
Australian Hip Hop duo Remi, release new single “5 A.M.” featuring Whosane. The duo unravel a late night brimming with toxic turmoils, drug stupors, bad decisions, and dangerous wake up calls. High off endorphins at 5 AM
Wisconsin native Kid Lee releases new “Grey Skies” single produced by Ventus Beats. Lee delivers vivid metaphors that transcends listeners through his personal journey of growth and freedom. His clever wordplay denounces dancing with devils and self-forgiveness.
23-year old singer, songwriter, and producer Sloane Skylar releases “That’s Life”, co-produced by Michael Green with Tom Fry on the drums. The Chicago songstress describes the aftermath of a breakup and the confusion it entails. Sent home