It’s been one year since The Ryan Show FM made its premiere on 98.1 FM The New Urban Heat in Boston. MA. The podcast made its transition after the massive success of its weekly live variety show held in Queens. Since the transition, The Ryan Show FM is now syndicated on over 70 FM and internet radio stations and networks worldwide.
The Ryan Show FM is famed and celebrated for capturing the elements of live broadcasting with a unique twist that is highly entertaining. The program consists of live performances, stand up comedy, sketches, and live interviews all packed into a captivating two-hour show. Guests of The Ryan Show FM have included the program producer Erick Sermon, “Freeway”, Rick Ross, Young Lyric, and countless other Hip-Hop legends and pioneers.
The fall schedule of The Ryan Show FM can be found at https://theryanshow.net/affiliate-stations.
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Vivacious Hillsdale, Michigan artist Jenocia X releases visuals for “Testify.” The single/video is off her “Worldwide Jenocide” album.
Jenocia X is a testament to the unstoppable driving fight women endure in the music industry. In less than three minutes she embodies her come up tale while picking apart her doubters and naysayers. They wait for her to fall, fail, and quit but her flame can’t be weathered.
The fight theme cadences are perfect for a round of kickboxing, working off steam in the gym, or plotting the next come up move. Watch “Testify” and connect with Jenocia X on Facebook.
Maine the Medicine links with songstress Amanda Rogan for his latest single/video titled “I’m Tryin.” The single is off his latest album “B.U.T.C.H”, an acronym for Build Under The Culture’s Hand.
Maine delivers riveting storytelling that sends chills through the spine within seconds of the video. Through vivid wordplay, he describes his father’s depilating illness along with other family members and friends he’s lost. Maine wants them to know he’s out here living and doing the best he can. As a father, husband, son, and friend he vows to cherish life until his last breath.
Rogan’s angelic and soulful vocals offer a sense of hope and encouragement for Maine while he shares his lyrical journal entry with the world. “This how I get away this how I meditate, I feed my thoughts through the pen and get lost in the page, man creatively I’m insane.”
The soulful sound of piano keys interlaced with smooth bass elevates the raw emotion felt by Maine. Watch “I’m Tryin” and connect with Maine the Medicine on Facebook and Twitter.
Label executive and producer Andrew Woods links with Old School 76 for remastered “Stop the Violence” Volume 1. Aim High, Lil Mecca, Lady Loe, Nuwajah Sankola, and Miss Saigon the Rapper make up the all-female collective representing different states and communities, with one mission in mind; an end to violence.
The group comes together for a lyrical deliverance brimming with compelling wordplay and storytelling. They invite masses of all nations, rich and poor to walk and march in unification. It’s time to heal broken families, put an end to rape, robbery, and murder, and find our lost, confused children. It’s time to let them be the future.
Woods’ use of bass pulsates through veins and gets the heart pumping, while the riveting tones wake up the soul and provoke change. Stream “Stop the Violence” and connect with Old School 76 members below.
Lil Mecca on Facebook | Twitter
Miss Saigon the Rapper on Instagram
Lady Loe on Facebook
Aim High on Facebook
Nuwajah Sankola on Facebook
D Prime 215 is back with the 2nd release of his “Sacred Mantra” EP. “Reasons Why” produced by Has-Lo, is a tell-all into Prime’s world of emceeing, dating back to 93’.
D Prime 215 “Sacred Mantra” EP on Spotify
The Philly native utilizes his mastered skillset of storytelling to embody the world around him, ongoing societal issues, as well as what he represents. In “Reasons Why” Prime vividly describes his reasons for putting his life into the pen and being a voice for those on the other side of the fence. Bar for bar he breaks down gentrification, tainted school systems, inner-city crime hidden behind Philly’s tourist attractions, and other community distresses.
Has-Lo’s intense piano keys blended with soulful bass and drums invite listeners to feel the emotion and vibrations from Prime’s polished and compelling storytelling. Stream “Reasons Why” and connect with D Prime 215 and Has-Lo below.
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Gifted Vision presents visuals for “Monsters Ink,” the latest single/video by Ace Gifted. The Albany based artist enlists fellow emcee Grafh and producer Shawn Lite for a gritty, lyrical attack.
Right off the bat Ace blazes the streets spewing bars about his come up to the lyrical machine he is today. “Tyrin’ to see these monsters you need more than a birdbox.” His cutthroat bars depict times when all he had was a dollar and a dream and how he moved up the chain from learning and earning with his crew.
The duo’s bomb-dropping lyricism over heavy bass and drums heighten the rawness of the record. Watch “Monsters Ink” and connect with Ace Gifted on Instagram.
“Puerto Rican Pac” is the latest offering from Buffalo wordsmith and melody maker Balistic Man. For this single, Balis (as he’s affectionately known by those closest to him.) teams up with Gladiator records, platinum production team, 80Empire, and Reggaeton artist Wally La Amenaza.
“Puerto Rican Pac” is a perfect blend of feel-good, Hip-hop, a West Coast bassline and shots of Talk Box which work cohesively with Balistic’s clever lyricism, an ode if you will to Tupac and Balistic’s Puerto Rican heritage. The song gradually morphs into full out Reggaeton, a surge of Latin Piano and percussive drums. Balistic then sings, once again professing his Love for the hoods he represents.
“Puerto Rican Pac” makes you feel good and evokes a sense of nostalgia within the listener. It is not a boast, however a proclamation for the Puerto Rican community, an anthem, which embodies the spirit of the Puerto Rican people and the admiration of one of the greatest rappers to ever do it, Tupac Shakur! Watch “Puerto Rican Pac” and connect with the trio below.
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Wally La Amenaza on Instagram
80 Empire on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Web
Brownsville’s vetted emcee Thunny Brown, drops something pleasurable for the ladies and couples ready for a heated turnup. “Sweet” takes it back to an era of lovemaking music, when boisterous vocals and soundscapes stimulate the soul and arouse bodies. Thunny’s twist of NY lyricism flows over intense, pulsating bass which heightens the erotic escapade.
After touring the country and holding down a 9-5 it’s time to clock out, put the mic down and head home to his lady. “When we make love sugar-sweet raindrops fall on the windowsill.”
She needs her daddy home and he needs his ride or die…Champagne, steamy showers and voluptuous curves have this love bandit wide open. Watch “Sweet” and connect with Thunny Brown below.
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Seasoned producer ButterKnife Haircuts releases his latest EP titled “James Casazza.”
ButterKnife enlists Hip Hop’s most elite emcees and artists to flow over his impeccable production including Solomon Childs, Kid Sleepy, Royal Flush, VVS Verbal, Azel la Inyeccion, Ruste Juxx, Napoleon Da Legend, Coke, Comet MadMen, and Kinetic 9.
The 10-track EP delivers thorough gritty beats and alarming soundscapes with intermittent periods of suspenseful and chilling tones. The knocking blends of bass and dramatic drums are the soul of the project.
Butterknife’s kaleidoscope of production along with top-notch lyricism is set to have Hip Hop enthusiasts chasing repeated doses of ear milk.
Stream “James Casazza” and connect with ButterKnife Haircuts on Facebook | Instagram | Twitter
ButterKnife Haircuts “James Casazza” EP on Bandcamp
ButterKnife Haircuts “James Casazza” EP on Apple Music
Philly Hip Hop emcee/producer duo links with fellow Philly artists 3T3N and Biz Might for a new, eccentric single titled “Bar Crawl.”
The duo, moving on autopilot and named bosses in any and all contests, bring their A-game for adrenaline-induced doses of ear milk.
The cosmic and psychedelic tones blended with hard bass and striking drums entice listeners in for an unconventional, unforgettable ride. Each emcee displays diverse lyricism with unmatched fiery bars. Stream “Bar Crawl” and connect with M.A.D.E below.
Connect with M.A.D.E on Facebook | Web