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LIFETAP Drops A Dark New Single

It isn’t every day that we come across tracks that give us cinematic experiences, but LIFETAP is here to bring a whole new sound to the table. In this growing era of hip hop being combined with elements from so many other styles, this is one of those tracks that reminds you how endless music can be. “ᴛᴇʟʟ ᴍᴇ ᴡʜʏ ʏᴏᴜ ɴᴇᴠᴇʀ ᴡᴀɴɴᴀ ʙᴇ ᴀʟᴏɴᴇ ʟɪᴠᴇ ɪɴꜱɪᴅᴇ ʏᴏᴜʀ ʜᴇᴀᴅ ᴀɴᴅ ʏᴏᴜ ᴡɪʟʟ ꜱᴇᴇ ʏᴏᴜʀ ᴛʀᴜᴛʜ” – NEW AGE RAGE by LIFETAP The lyrics bring a doom metal atmosphere, for many people something that they could latch onto and relate to, more »

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Saint Barthe is “Sober” in New Video

Grammy-nominated Billboard hot 100 singer-songwriter Stacy Barthe (now known as Saint Barthe) is releasing her first project since 2016 EP, former known as, Stacy Barthe. Saint Barthe premiered “Sober” at a release party earlier this week at LA Unplugged. The energy around the release could not be ignored and actress/director Raquel Lee-Bolleau and rapper/crooner JT the 4th joined in the excitement. The new video for “Sober” (directed by Raquel Lee-Bolleau) provides a beautiful glimpse into the happy times as Saint Barthe sings about the deeper connection she is finally ready for. Barthe’s lyrics talk about wanting more than just a more »

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Speed Walton Shares New Song & Video, “Night Fall”

One half of the Space Invadaz which is apart of Talib Kweli’s label Javotti Media, who just wrapped performances on “Talib’s Radio Silence Tour” Speed Walton has reinforced underground hip-hop with his eccentric lyricism and versatile flows; pairing eclectic samples with amusing and conscious rhyme schemes. Speed Walton releases his second single “Night Fall”, produced by Beataholic, from his upcoming album titled Real Name Speed. “We were coming from a Golden Era Hip Hop vibe,” Speed Walton breaks down the song’s concept. “The boom pat with jazz infused vibe. I’m trying to bring it back it back to the essence more »

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Slum Village Celebrates 20th Anniversary with ‘The Lost Scrolls’ (LP)

It’s Slum Village’s 20th Anniversary from their 1998 completion date of the phenomenal classic recording “Fantastic Vol. 2” which featured Busta Rhymes, Pete Rock, D’Angelo, Kurupt, Q-Tip and DJ Jazzy Jeff. In honor of this, SV is opening its’ vaults to reveal additional relics and lost tracks from the original trio T3, “Baatin”, and Jay Dee. The group started with releasing the first lost gem, “Hold Tight” feat, Q-Tip. Now fans can get the entire project produced by Jay Dee aka J Dilla. This album showcases 11 lost demos and remixes straight from the basement with dates ranging between 1996-1999.These more »

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Whitney Peyton Addresses Heartbreak on New Single, “Let Me In”

Philly’s well-established indie sensation Whitney Peyton‘s new song, “Let Me In” illustrates relationship woes and reminds us that our past may often haunt us. It’s only when you get close to somebody that you realize wounds from previous lovers can still sting. All too often, people sweep their feelings under the rug assuming they are a thing of the past. Whitney on “Let Me In”: “Gaining love is one thing, gaining trust is a whole different story.” Whitney Peyton is fresh off her first headlining tour, ending back in the end of last month (March). “Let Me In” is the more »

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Meet Icey, NYC’s Hot New Star

Syed Ahsan (born April 29th, 1995), best known by the stagename Icey, is Bengali American recording artist from Bangladesh-by-way-of-New York City. Discovering his passion for music at 10-years-old, Icey has been grooming his skills to compete on an elite level within today’s musical landscape. Since moving stateside, Icey spent his free time studying live performances and the diversity within the world of music. Well educated, Icey began creating his own music and within several years, he created a buzz for himself throughout the East Coast. In 2018, Icey released his debut mixtape shortly after relocating to South Florida. Icey’s debut more »

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