Recording artist Dee Day serves up a single tailored to his special lady friend on “She Made Me”. The New Orleans rapper supports the release with an accompanying video. The song will be featured on Double D’s forthcoming #72Dreams album.
“Frienemies”, we’ve all had experiences with them in life at some point. For those unfamiliar with the term, it’s used to describe a person that play pretends to be a friend but secretly plots on your demise. For New York emcee Prince Radio Ra, he knows the definition all to well. After witnessing a close friend result to violence over a woman who had left him brokenhearted and ultimately lead to a prison sentence, the gifted storyteller pens a warning to listeners to keep an open eye at all times stating, “I could be a friend or I could be an enemy”.
The video was shot in Queens, directed by Prince himself and filmed by Gradus Films. Peep the video and if you like what you see, stay tuned for the 2016 spring release of “L.O.V.E. (Loving on Violent Edge)”.
Tweeze aka Twee-Ze delivers his highly anticipated mixtape, “Who Cares”, full of catchy tunes and the emcee’s signature voice. THe North Carolina rapper serves up eleven songs in total which includes hits such as “All Eyes On Me”, “Ghetto Intellectual” and “Who Cares”. Full of a wide variety of producers and guest features, “Who Cares” can be streamed and downloaded from the attached player.
Oregon’s Devin James has alot to be excited about. Alongside duo JCA Beats Productions, the team has garnered much success with their Pin Up series of releases. This is thanks in part to the wonderful women involved with the project such as The Vintage Doll, Ria Fend & Delicious Ruckus. Now, they can add film director Kathleen Ryan to the list after being presented an opportunity to score a film segment in Ryan’s upcoming “Pin Up! The Movie”. The segment was speaking about calendar women and their influence on pin up popularity. But after a short time, the group decided to press forward with a full length song equipped with a visual tailor made from the movie from Kathleen herself. The song is bursting with liveliness from start to finish. Check out “Calendar Girls” below.
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With the upcoming release of his anticipated album #GeorgiaTape, New York transplant ScienZe digs deep within his inner being to unleash his southern soul on the King I Divine production, “Decatur”. The smooth vibe of the record immediately puts you into chill mode, a perfect backyard barbecue banger. If you’re not already familiar to this budding talent, get to know ScienZe thru the following presentation.
Fayetteville, North Carolina recording artist Zane Alexander dropped his “Happy Birthday” EP a few months ago and since then, the East Coast talent has amassed a long list of wonderful releases to add onto his discography.
Zane also has developed a strong habit of exploring new sounds outside of his comfort zone and in doing so, has meshed the sounds of Pop, R&B and Electronic music into his approach. Those results come forth with force as heard on his brand new audio single, “The New Wave”. As previously mentioned, while experimenting with new sounds, the NC talent has created an infectious R&B themed release that is sure to stir up feelings of both men and woman alike. If the song pertains to your current situation, you’re sure to catch onto “The New Wave” too.