Monday, October 11, 2021

Naomi Sky (@naomiskyhighh) - "Heart on My Sleeve"

Naomi Sky is back with a heartfelt new single titled, "Heart on My Sleeve." Similar to her earlier single this year, "With You," "Heart on My Sleeve" is a dulcet love song. "Heart on My Sleeve" is an empowering Dream Pop/Dance-Pop track that Naomi Sky lets her guard down on and belts out a powerful message in a fun way. 

Boss Tripp 4Tre Releases "Ghetto Struggle" Video Featuring Derez De'Shon

"Don't you get tired of staying in the ghetto? This would've been able to happen without my manager Masta Johnson and the spirit from my late mother R.I.H. my coming soon daughter and caring wife" -Boss Tripp 4Tre Produced by Sire, a 17-year-old out of Cleveland, Ohio, the two come together over this base-heavy beat, with the accompanying video directed by Dice Photos. The kid actors in the video play Boss Tripp 4Tre and his childhood friends as well as Derez De’Shon childhood friends. He says "This video concept was great. I'm glad those who look up to me were able to play their part. Lee Allen Johnson III also known as Boss Tripp 4Tre is a rising Hip-Hop/Rap artist and songwriter hailing from San Antonio, Texas where he attended Wagner High School. After graduating high school, he attended Gloria's Barber College and soon started his journey as an entrepreneur. Strongly influenced by Nipsey Hussle, Boss Tripp 4Tre seeks to create music that will tell his story and connect with listeners all around the world. His story-telling ability will put listeners in his shoes and in his upbringing while his unique style and sound deviates from the trends in his hometown. Aside from his musical career, Lee is a well-known barber in his city. He also has a little girl due in November which has been his most recent motivation this year.

Paul McCartney Says John Lennon "Instigated" The Beatles Break Up


Paul McCartney has reflected on the notorious break-up of The Beatles. The group, which included John Lennon, McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr, was unable to reconcile its differences throughout the late 1960s and, in 1970, decided to call it quits for good. The split – further encouraged by a lack of management – was announced in the notorious press release that Paul sent out alongside his debut album McCartney, also released in 1970.

Sunday, October 10, 2021

NEW Album: Deontae - “2AM In Grand Rapids”

Michigan’s own, Deontae, recently released his heavily anticipated r&b album ‘2Am in Grand Rapids,’ following his first ever album 19,’ which received over 300k streams across all streaming platforms.

Saturday, October 9, 2021

Young Kazz and SB Rudeboi Waterfall


Young Kazz and Sb Rudeboi Waterfall is a seductive hit for the ladies yound Kass delivers a descriptive intimate flow then Sb Rudeboi comes in with a smooth melody on the hook setting the tone for this classic masterpiece!

R. Kelly's Music Sales Soar over 500%


The posthumous effect is a known phenomenon in music and entertainment. When an artist or athlete dies, their output is hyper-valued, and sales associated with the person see a considerable increase. Suppose we accept incarceration as being its own form of death, social death, in particular. In that case, it could explain the 500% increase R. Kelly has seen in sales since being convicted on sex trafficking charges. 

Friday, October 8, 2021

Blackoutt Real Life

Brandon Brown aka Blackout Real Life Is the Real Life Music Anthem of The Year! Blackout murders this dope club beat giving you that real life fire in every bar,mixed with this dope boy trap ride he put this beat in a body bag!! Out now on all Platforms

#NowPlaying Yo Gotti - For The Record #MusicVideo


Yo Gotti returns with a new music video for his single “For The Record.” The new release is directed by Ben Marc and finds Gotti delivering entrepreneurial gems while posted up in a barren desert surrounded by his collection of black Rolls-Royce Cullinan SUVs.

Schyler O’Neal - IOU

Well known producer steps out from behind the scenes to drop impressive debut single ‘IOU’ 

LONG BEACH, CA – Schyler O’Neal is a name you’re going to want to know about. 

Having served behind the scenes as a producer for many years – most significantly as the developer of the primitive sound for fast-rising young artist Giveon (who was featured on Drake’s new album “Certified Lover Boy”) – O’Neal is now ready to bring his impressive talents to the forefront with his latest single “IOU” 

Showcasing an impressive fusion of R&B and Pop vibes, “IOU” brings the kind of high-quality production value that will immediately make audiences sit up and pay attention. From the opening notes there’s no questions that O’Neal is an artist who means business and who has the kind of talent and experience to stand head-and-shoulders above the rest. He’s destined to rise above the crowded industry and stand out in ways that will have global audiences clamoring for more.  

“What makes people unique is when they discover how to express who they are as a person,” O’Neal said. “Everyone has their own unique personality, and I started to discover how to reflect my personality through my music. The style of it and the musicality  shows it. I’m into the craft of songwriting and music production. I think my sound can be appreciated across multiple generations. There are things I draw from older music that inspires me, but there’s also a lot that inspires me from newer trends. Ultimately I think I’ve found something that’s true to me and doesn’t feel forced, and this song is a good combination of who I am and what I can do.” 

O’Neal said “IOU” is about a relationship that ends when one person decides to leave without any warning. You don’t want them to leave, but after they do you later realize they did you a favor. The story of the song will be reinforced by a video that also showcases O’Neal’s dedication to high quality production. As the video follows O’Neal from the end of the relationship to the year afterward when his life gets better, fans will be immediately drawn into the imagery and impressed by the amazing visuals. And as the song comes to a climax, the video invites viewers into a mansion with a big party.  

“It’s a fun track, but it’s also a song that shows my vulnerability as an artist,” O’Neal said. “The concept of what I’m talking about is current, and I’m still feeling the effects of that last relationship. I want people to sense that vulnerability. If I tell my story in its truest form, people who have similar stories can relate to it. But even with this heartbreak type of vibe, the song is upbeat, and I think people will be really grooving to this song. There’s a juxtaposition of joy and vulnerability. And more than anything it’s a way to let people see who I am as a person and find a way to genuinely connect with me.” 

O’Neal said “I.O.U.” should drop in early October, and that he’s already in development with other singles that could land before the end of the year.

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Dylan Cage (@1cagetheyfollow) - "Y U Mad" (Video)

Dylan Cage is back with a new video off his latest project "Cage They Follow" called "Y U Mad". The single is produced by Hustla with the visual being directed by Joe Mexican.