KINSLOW – “NO FREEZY”

Meet Daniel Pollio, better known by his stage name Kinslow, the Louisville rapper makes his debut with the undeniable hit, titled, “No Freezy”. For his first outing, the newbie links with Banshei’s production for a southern influenced sound exploring what he has in store for the next generation of Hip Hop.

Made to show off his energy and unstoppable flow, he kicks some modern hip-hop aesthetics to deliver a melodic sound complimented by effortless rhythms and refined beats. The song is a catchy vibe and a fun beat you can dance to while he highlights his life experiences and his ability to flow.

Kinslow on making debut:

“I let the beat talk to me & guide me through the melody. The rest is history. Our team loved how it came out and I’m excited to share it with the world…”

Available now on Born Fresh. Stream the new song below and follow Kinslow on Instagram.

Ashoka ft. Jay Wile – “40/60”

After accumulating over 100k streams with his recent hit, “Regular Day”. New York-based entertainer Ashoka returns with a big 2020 on the way starting with the new love song, “40/60”. Featuring the promising R&B singer Jay Wile, the two collaborators praise the love they have for their women with a creative melody about doing anything for their women.

On the new song, Ashoka says, “This particular record is about a man’s willingness to go the extra mile for his woman. Not just telling her she’s worth it but actually taking the time to show her. Don’t get me wrong, relationships aren’t supposed to be one-sided, but have you ever been so into a shawty that it’s like she doesn’t even have to do much? That’s the headspace I was in when I created this one.”

Produced by the talented Jahmal Gittens, Ashoka and Wile display tremendous chemistry on the new song that promises much more music to come in the near future. Ashoka is a musical hybrid who promised to reach the top of the charts with his undeniable energy and creativity. “40/60” is available now via KDM Collective/EMPIRE.

For more on Ashoka, follow the rising star daily on Twitter.

Stream “40/60” now, courtesy Spotify.

Zay Lamar – “Sippin This Drank”

Zay Lamar is positioning himself to be the next hottest artist stemming from Charlotte, NC. His new melodic offering “Sippin This Drank” is his first release coming into the new decade, and comes in heavy with a rhythmic sound that instantly demands your attention. “Sippin This Drank” is a song about going out and having a good time (a good weekend vibe), meeting a girl, and taking her home to “finish what they started”. The song offers a good vibe & puts you in the mind-frame of going out to the club yourself, drinking, & having a good time.

When asked about who he is as an artist, Zay Lamar says he’s all about “making memories living life.” His music speaks that in volumes.

If you aren’t already familiar, Lamar recently let go of an album called “Angels,” which can be heard on all major platforms. Tune in to Zay Lamar and his latest, and keep it locked for more music coming from Music and Muscle The Label.

 

Charlene Amour – “Thinking Bout You”

Charlene Amour is a fast-rising Toronto singer/songwriter known for her tremendous talent, beautiful voice and deeply passionate music. Before we get her latest project, the compelling storyteller unveils her new introspective single, titled, “Thinking Bout You”.

The new song is a soulful ballad about building a deep connection between two people. Describing the early days of a relationship and the lasting effect it leaves on a person that will be apart of them forever. Amour’s new single is the follow=up to standout hits, “Temporary” and “Russian Doll”.

On the making of “Thinking Bout You,” Amour explains, “‘Thinking Bout You’ is a song that encompasses emotions from the beginning of a relationship diving deep into what emotions are left in the end and after the relationship is fully over. It really is a song that was inspired through the transitions of emotions through a failed relationship. It was kind of cool writing it because I started writing it thinking it was going to go somewhere else. When I came back to it, I felt differently in comparison to how I felt originally.”

“Thinking Bout You” is a lead up to Amour’s forthcoming four-track EP, titled, My Favorite Summer. Out on Amourxmusic, the upcoming project explores themes of love, heartbreak, lust & sorrow. For more on Charlene Amour, follow the rising star on Twitter and Instagram.

“I love creating soul music. By this I mean, music that speaks to the soul. I want my listeners to be able to feel the story that I am trying to convey,” Charlene Amour tells us. “Music is about creating moments that I will never forget. Ultimately, whenever I am creating a song, I will always remember how I felt when I wrote it, why I wrote it & who played a part in that creation.”

Stream “Thinking Bout You”

NICKELS – “Take A Ride” (Music Video)

Germany-based Hip-Hop artist NICKELS grew up with major influence coming from U.S. Hip-Hop culture–studying rappers like DMX, Tupac, Immortal Technique, 50 Cent and Mobb Deep. Having been raised in South Africa for most of his life and later relocating to Berlin, Germany, he’s picked up a ton of versatility that eventually translated into his own music. Rap has given NICKELS, who was aptly named after his skillful ways of ‘chasing the bag’, a sense of identity throughout his life’s trials & tribulations. His reflects on that with the release of his latest music video, Take a Ride.

I been through a lot of bad times and went through hell and back. I used to be in a lot of trouble as a kid and had to move a lot. Rap definitely helped me to give me a voice to express myself and be heard. In the song ’Take a Ride’ I’m speaking about these dark times that I been through. -NICKELS

“Take a Ride” is a smooth and honest offering coming in from the international emcee. Take a look & listen to his new effort, and stay tuned for more heat soon to come.

J-Key – “Crazy” (Music Video)

J-Key is a known collaborator of the late-Nipsey Hussle. Charismatic, clever and convincing, the Bottom Line Records frontman is destined to be at the top of the charts and begins his path with the intriguing new video, titled, “Crazy”.

Inspired by the vintage Hip Hop film, Juice. J-Key is a crazy Tupac’s Bishop-related character running rampant in the Lee Milby directorial. A must-see, J-Key is sonically and cinematically outstanding as the visual endures several twists and turns that will leave you in suspense from beginning to end.

J-Key on making “Crazy”:

“This song was created during a very wild season in my life. To be frank, I wrote it to keep my spirits high in a time where I was discouraged to the core. Shout out Mario Luciano on the beat, he snapped!”

Crazy” is available now via Bottom Line Records.

Watch “Crazy” by J-Key now.

10Grand – Concrete Rose (Mixtape)

In 2016, West Palm Beach rapper 10Grand broke onto the scene with his Rich the Kid-featured hit, “In The Trap”. The single led to some regional success, but today the rising star returns to the scene with a full-length project, titled, Concrete Rose.

The 12-track project is inspired by a collection of poems by the late-icon 2Pac. Including the latest releases “Damaged” and a fan-favorite, “Vibez”. The project is majority produced by Aidan Jenkins with additional contributions from Menaco Beats, 1040, JP and IAMBUBBAAA. The project is slated to be 10Grand’s transition into superstardom.

Available now via Perception Empire Entertainment, follow 10Grand today on Twitter for daily updates and more.

Stream 10Grand’s new mixtape Concrete Rose now on Spotify.

F.C.B. (First Class Bee) Ft. Rockie Fresh – “N.W.O.” (Video)

Chicago unites.

Chi-town newcomer F.C.B. (abv. First Class Bee) delivers his first-look in the vibrant new visual, titled, “N.W.O.” (New World Order). For entertainer’s first effort, he links with two of Chicago’s noteworthy mentions in accomplished rapper, Rockie Fresh and Chance the Rapper/Mobb Deep collaborator, DJ O-Zone.

O-Zone on the beat, Rockie Fresh on the feature, the two rhyme spitters flex the drippy cars, clothes and vehicles while rapping about grinding and ripping the rewards from the hard work. Displaying the longevity that comes with being at the top. F.C.B. shines bright on the track and delivers a performance worth future intrigue as he continues to release new music the rest of 2020.

Playing the vet on this one, Fresh is a guiding light for the new F.C.B. “In all honesty, the record came together pretty smoothly,” F.C.B. reflects. “DJ O-Zone, who produced the record, texted me and said he made a beat and wants to put me in the studio with Rockie Fresh to see what comes about – the outcome of that session was N.W.O.”

“N.W.O.” sets up F.C.B.’s tour run on the popular Griselda “WWCD Tour.”

Available now on Coast to Coast sounds, following the view, stream the new song on Spotify and follow both Rockie Fresh and F.C.B. on social media for daily updates and more.

Watch “N.W.O.” now.


Lachaleur – “Knee Hi” (Video)

Introducing Lachaleur, an on the rise Bronx recording artist bubbling regionally with his catchy Afrobeat and Hip Hop-infused sound. Ready to step into the global spotlight, the new sensation makes a formal introduction to a wider audience in the new video called “Knee Hi”.

In the fashion-centric visual, directed by ADavidWilliamsFilm, the emerging artist takes us on a ride through the city with his beautiful co-star. Lachaleur delivers fans with a slick, playerlistic first-look flow that fans will gravitate to instantly. On making the video, Lachaleur says, “No limit to how far you should go to be as fly as you can be.”

On the grind, Lachaleur built a credible resume of collaborations including works with high-profile artists like Desiigner, Q da Fool, Cal Boy and ASAP Ferg. As a recording artist, LaChaleur’s style is creatively fashionable but humbly laid back. Through his rise, he hopes to provide opportunities for emerging artists in the future.

Like “Knee Hi”? Follow the emerging artist’s journey on Instagram.

Watch “Knee Hi” now.

Sensei Cam x Dam Wright – “Play It Safe”

Sensei Cam comes from a long musical lineage, as a family member of many talented artists, past and present generation, groomed by his uncle, music producer and recording artist Young RJ of Slum Village a.k.a. Blaq Royalty, and grandparents, R&B recording artist RJ and Deidra Rice of RJ’s Latest Arrival. Ready to breakout on his own, the new artist links up with Dam Wright for a debut effort, titled, “Play It Safe”.

The debut puts music fans in mind of singles produced by Southside, Metro Boomin or Travis Scott. The song’s aesthetic is for the younger, Hip-Hop crowd, that’s beginning to set the bar overall in the genre higher and higher.

Stream “Play It Safe” now.