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Bryson "Boom" Paul

If you are looking for ransom I can tell you I don't have money, but what I do have are a very particular set of skills. Skills I have acquired over a very long career. Skills that make me a nightmare for people like you.

GK – “Picture”

Today Delaware rapper GK releases the visual to his lead single “Picture” which is featured on his upcoming EP titled, Pain N Champagne. In the Housevisionz directed visual GK is posted up just off the I-95 with his labelmates and the founders of Judgemental Records Alonzo and Corey. GK’s project Pain N Champagne is exclusively produced by Tone the Beat Bully, who is Jahlil Beats biological brother, a mentor to GK and a Grammy nominated producer for a host of artists including Drake, T.I. Wiz Khalifa, Meek Mill, French Montana, DJ Khaled and more. “All the stuff I’m talking about more »

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Matsu x Black AM Collide For “Eerie” New Single

Rising star Black AM continues to build momentum for his anticipated full-length release with an electrifying new collaboration with Matsu called “Eerie”. Collaboration comes in Black AM’s Slow Roast Recs debut, the two stars new single ignites review for AM’s latest EP, i am. “Eerie” is the best parts of both styles on a single work. The song formulates a sophisticated house experience without forging a bumping bass line. Matsu’s involvement follows a laundry list of co-signs on Black AM’s arrival including the likes of superstars like Dom Dolla, Joyride and Malaa. Matsu on working with Black AM: “This track is more »

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Geuice Drops WLDRF WNDRLND

Ascending emcee out of Maryland Geuice drops a LP titled WLDRF WNDRLND, that contains many different narratives of modern youthful angst. Decorated in multitudes of colorful beats, creative lyrics, dope features and ingenious features, Geuice shines with his pure honesty. With over an hour of music, Geuice keeps the content fresh and relevant by being his modest self. The title is inspired by the town of Waldorf, which is located in Maryland.  During the making of this project, I just wanted my art as pure and fluid as possible. Music i my life so I want to keep pursuing my more »

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Eko Zu x KillWill Add A “Dose of the Darkness” on New Single

The fairly new Eko Zu teams up with accomplished recording artist KillWill for an astonishing new dance hit, titled, “Dose of the Darkness”. Originating from a jam session between the two stars, the new song develops a catchy dance hit perfect for the upcoming summertime and 2020 festival season. On the song, Eko Zu shines with a refreshing new sound and KillWill’s voice captivates the audience, leading them on a rising journey to a dark and driving drop. From there they fleshed out the rest of the tune in a couple sessions, with dark lyrical inspiration and a rising anthem more »

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Johnny Juliano & HighDefRazjah Assist RARI On “N.W.I.S.”

Its big trouble for new artist Rari in little China. The Virginia-native created popularity in 2018 with a growing fanbase and breakout song, “The Realest”. Catchy, witty and suspenseful, Rari new catalog makes its latest entry in new song, titled, “Not What It Seems”. Directed by the talented PDGRFX, the new song is produced by hugely recognized producers HighDefRazjah and Grammy-nominated Johnny Juliano. In New York, Rari stars in a snappy, slick-talking visual about finding themselves. Rari about making “Not What It Seems”: “This track is a motivational anthem for anybody feeling like all their hard work has been in more »

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Rockstar Rapper Swiezo Drops “Pinata”

Maryland jack of all trades musician Swiezo is back with an eccentric, party-themed single titled “Pinata,” which blends hip-hop and Urban Latino in the most authentic of ways with the help of Licui. Known throughout the Washington D.C. metropolitan area for his unique look and music, Swiezo conceptualizes rockstar themes with African American culture, which makes him one of a kind.  Swiezo is the wild child of the DMV when it comes to curating music, which touches all cultures and avenues of life. He embraces who he is in the best way possible, with his diverse music. Inspired by the more »

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Aubrey Omari – “Great One”

Today Aubrey Omari releases his Dirby John directed music video for his single “Great One” featuring Dè Von and produced by Buda & Grandz.  Born in ‘The Floss’ aka Canarsie, Brooklyn and raised in East New York, Brooklyn starting at around 2 years old, Aubrey Omari was has been writing music his whole life and started taking music seriously in 2017. Heavily influenced by East Coast Hip-Hop,  Aubrey Omari drew influence from Jay-Z, Busta Rhymes, 50 Cent, AZ, Twista, Jay Electronica, The Notorious B.I.G., Kendrick Lamar and Lil Wayne as an aspiring emcee.  While he’s known for his music people might also be familiar with Aubrey Omari and his acting skills. After he was featured in more »

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Sparkee x LIINKS Dance Like It’s “’84” In New Single

The 80s gave us some of the best dance music of all-time. Its retro disco sound has been adopted by some of today’s biggest names in music but no one is creating a new signature sound off the history than the award-winning recording artist, Sparkee. Today, the “Feel It” hit-maker links up with popular emerging artist LIINKS for a new trendy dance song collaboration, titled, “’84”. Combining the song with classic funk, disco, soul, pop element and adding a trendy bass with a hint of trap foundation. For their first collaboration, the two artists give fans an infectious dance track more »

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R.Rose Takes Listeners Through A Emotional Journey In “Aqua Blue Nights”

Maryland musician R.Rose embodies emotional decadence and difficulties in his latest EP “Aqua Blue Nights.” Curated in a split hip hop, R&B, and autotune style similar to Kid Cudi, Rose presents his trauma in a unique manner, which evokes deep, conscious thoughts into the ears of listeners. Composed of five tracks, Rose thoroughly describes inner turmoil with his best gift, making music. In this project, I sincerely express the personal struggle of sexual addiction, dealing with emotional trauma, my sincerest, and most profound desire of wanting to be righteous and evolve through all my shortcomings. I internalized the power of more »

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Ben Steezy Celebrates Earth Day with Street Bangers & Bitter Herbs EP

Ben Steezy is a thriving recording artist known for his witty nature, conscious subject matter and steady release of music. Hailing from Arizona, he follows the popularity of his recent single called “Master My Qi,” with a highly-anticipated new EP, title, Street Bangers & Bitter Herbs. In support of Earth Day, Steezy partners with non-profit One Tree Planted for an eight-track collection that places Ben Steezy on a grand scale. The new album delivers on the artist’s representation that proceeds himself. Among the hits “Master My Qi” and “Cool Kids,” the album is filled with noteworthy substance and feel-good vibes more »

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Jordan Lomeli – “Undo Me”

For a couple of years now, West Coast songbird Jordan Lomeli’s music has ascended to high-profile status with a series of coverage on mainstream music news outlets. Her love songs have become infectious, addictive and more. After receiving worldwide acclaim with the 2018 hit, “With You,” she returns with familiar energy on her much-talked-about new single, titled, “Undo Me”. She established a style that blends traditional R&B vocals with an edgy attitude and wordplay. “Undo Me” picks up right where “With You” left off and creates a bridge for both old and new fans alike to enjoy. Slated to kickstart more »

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Stream Richie Evans & Maino’s New Song, “The Purge”

He’s known for his work with Jay Rock, The Game and Eric Bellinger, and with foundation, he makes his own stride with the new song, titled, “The Purge”. Following the latest cut, “Overdose on Arrogance,” the Phoenix rapper heads to New York for streets of rage track, perfect for today’s climate. Featuring Brooklyn’s own Maino, the song delivers on what’s to come from the ardent lyricist who’s remained passionate to his craft and consistently delivering the one-of-a-kind charisma that comes to life in each song he records. The song will be accompanied by Richie Evans’ forthcoming album called Highly Favored more »

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FIFTH – “One Years Old”

Cliff Henderson V, better known as the recording artist FIFTH, an emerging Bay Area star with a stylish R&B soul-meets-Hip Hop sound. Preparing to make a name from himself in an unstable music climate, we receive the first outing in the debut called “One Years Old”. A seven-track project. We explore the upbringing of the Bay Area-native which includes religion, street life, family and much more. It features his previous and new fan-favorite release, “Cost of Doin’ Business”. FIFTH style is often reckless as a new artist finding his way but also shows glimpses of brilliance, energetic and wit throughout more »

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Red-Hot Kahri 1k Drops New “Fort Night” Video

If it’s one thing you can count on new Heir Wave artist Kahri 1k, it’s he is the next big thing in Hip-Hop. The new sensation unveiled his latest visual off new album Friday (April 24) called “Fort Night,” and the video game-influenced cut is not a game other than what the title suggests. Directed by Chris Thomas, the Virginia rapper stars as an eager gamer ready to conquer the competition with catchy and brooding raps. Kahri 1k on “Fort Night”: “This song was an opportunity for me to show my fans how creative I can get. When we connected more »

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Kirk Sessions – “Blind”

Following the same footsteps as the greats before him like Moneybag Yo, Yo Gotti and Young Dolph. New Memphis rapper Kirk Sessions makes his breakout debut in the release of the intriguing first single, titled, “Blind”. A melodic and soulful Hip-Hop style, Sessions preps for a Spring project release with a personal story. On “Blind,” Kirk Sessions speaks on personal trauma after being betrayed by those closest to him. In disbelief, sorrow and anger, Sessions must address the situation whole-heartedly to cleanse himself and move on. The song is relatable by many on multiple levels. Building a connection that will more »

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The LondonBoys96 – “Not Fair”

Houston-by-way-of-United Kingdom duo The LondonBoys96 is eager to emerge as the next big thing in today’s Hip-Hop. For their first global presentation, the duo of Ocholondon and JeSuis I’Art release the trendy new single, titled, “Not Fair”. The track highlights their interchangeable flows that they melodically lace over the production. The LondonBoys96’s Ocho on “Not Fair”: “Jesuis made the beat in minutes and we instantly jumped on the track; a week later we flew to Chicago and shot the video. Given most of America is home during these times we felt this track was something catchy that our fans could more »

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DJ Young: The Hottest Quarantine Party in the World

The Coronoavirus took the world by surprise and forced the entire U.S.into isolation. Hip Hop aided the world through entertainment and it all started with the now infamous DJ set of legendary recording artist DJ D-Nice. Playing for a star-studded following that included the likes of Diddy, Michelle Obama, Oprah and many more. After the viral performance, D-Nice set a trend of DJs entertaining their own crowds with hours of great music but no one made a created a bigger buzz after D-Nice than North Carolina party starter, DJ Young. “I actually gave myself the name of DJ Young. My more »

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Fresco Kane (@frescokane) – “Can I”

Recently Midwest artist Fresco Kane released his new single “Can I” on all streaming platforms.  Fresco Kane’s new single, “Can I,” is produced by LT Moe of The Dropkix and contains a sample from multi-platinum R&B group Guy. The track was originally produced by Teddy Riley, who gave his blessing on use of the sample for this quickly rising hit song.  “I am singing a little more than rapping on this project. I’m making the type of music I always wanted to make from the very beginning of my career, I’m only doing what feels right,” Fresco Kane said in a statement.  Hailing from East St. Louis, IL, Fresco Kane started making songs to instrumentals of his favorite artists in more »

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Highly Anticipated Project “Akon And Friends” Remastered Set For End Of April

Legendary crooner and businessman Akon headlines an ambitious collaboration between Contractor Music Group, Golden Child Records, Beatbopper Records, and Kohanim Records fantastic compilation album titled “Akon And Friends Remastered.” Executively produced by Billboard-charting specialist Sean “Contractor” Edwards, the heavily anticipated project will feature a bevy of industry familiar names such as Akon, Dababy, Sean Paul, Royce Da 59, Beenie Man, Elephant Man, Don Yute, Wayne Wonder, and much more! Connecting the mainstream music scene with Dancehall and Reggae, a bunch of new artists will get their much-deserved shine on the project.  Two artists, in particular, Locx and Don Yute, share more »

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Matroda Is “D.A.N.C.I.N.G.” To The Top In New Single

Dance star Matroda’s refined spin on old schoolhouse has won him support from DJ titans around the world, including Diplo, Tiesto, Dj Snake, Tchami,  Don Diablo, Alison Wonderland and Martin Garrix. Designed to skyrocket to the top of the airwaves, he gets the dancefloor pumping with the release of new single, properly-titled, “D.A.N.C.I.N.G.”. A feet mover, the new song is groovy, pure and energetic. Matroda allows his imagination to soar as he attracts dance enthusiasts to the dancefloor. Blend old school with the new trends exhibits the star’s knowledgable dance chemistry. Creative, multifaceted, brilliant, Matroda style is inspired by a more »

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