SubMuzik Boss Is Making A Name On Spotify And In The Streaming World!
His singles continue to reach more and more people. We thank the readers for all of your support we couldn’t help artists reach more people without you staying tuned in!
Finally after years of waiting and putting in hard work SubMuzik boss has released his first album titled “Dope Vibes” Last year when “About time” came out it was a great mixtape, with a nice amount of feedback. It made SubMuzik Boss push harder to release what he needs to do.
“Good Feelings” recently broke the 4000 stream mark, “No Cap” is on the way to 7,000 streams, he tipped 10,000 streams with “Pull Up” and SubMuzik has released his first single of 2019 titled “Excuses“. Be on the lookout for us to cover that joint as well.
Dope vibes is a project where each song is literally a different feel and vibe, with production from Derelle Rideout,mills,dj Pain 1, Vyruz, and SubMuzik Boss himself. They all together to create something different and that is needed in today’s music industry.
You can tell a lot of hard work and dedication came into play with this album and we can’t wait to see what SubMuzik does next! Click the link below to go to stream the full “Dope Vibes” project on Spotify!
Sire Castro drops hot new track ‘My Vest’ just in time for New Year
BRONX, NY – If you were to Google the name Sire Castro, you’d likely find stories about a very controversial battle rap with another up-and-coming rapper about a decade ago that took place in New York City in front of Sean Diddy Combs and the Bad Boy staff. There’s footage all over the Internet of that battle, and Castro became an overnight name because of that one event. But he isn’t an artist who can be encapsulated in just one moment. In fact, he’s a successful musician who has been producing hit after hit for more than just the past 10 years. Like his namesake, Fidel Castro, he’s taking the music scene by storm and impacting an entire country.
Today, Sire Castro is launching a new single called “My Vest.” It’s a remake of the 1989 single “Too Hype” by the group In Touch – a song that was huge back in its day. Castro said he’s tapping into that success and using it to turn the song into a street version of the popular track.
“It’s a throw-back to a song that was hype back in the days, but I’m re-inventing it all over again,” he said. “My versatility and delivery set me apart from anyone else out there. The tone of my voice, also. I want to be known for having a distinctive sound. Half these rappers today sound the same, but my style is different and I don’t want to sound the same as anyone else. That’s why I took the name Sire Castro – Sire means ‘You’re majesty,’ and Castro was the old king of Cuba who nobody messed with. Nobody dared to test him, and he impacted an entire country. That’s what my music is about.”
Castro said he first started being interested in rap when he was only 5 or 6 years old. His father was a DJ and loved music, and Castro grew up with that environment and influence. At age 8 he saw the classic hip-hop film “Krush Groove,” and a flame was sparked. Not long after he dominated at a fifth grade talent show with an original rap, and from that moment forward he never looked back. He credits legends such as Notorious BIG and Jay-Z for influencing much of his career, and he prides himself in paying homage to the styles of the old-school rappers and bridging the gap from those legends to the modern-day sounds that are popular across the country.
Over the course of his career he has dropped hits such as “Gem Em Cash,” “A Week Ago,” and “18 Wheeler.” He has also collaborated with some big name sin the game, including: Jadakiss, Styles P, Queen Patra, AZ, French Montana, Cory Gunz, and RIP Stack Bundles. He has performed on the notorious SOB’s stage in New York, and has toured in other states such as California, Miami, North Carolina, Baltimore, Washington D.C. and Atlanta.
This South Bronx lyrical assassin said he plans to continue his streak of hits with “My Vest,” and aims to use the success of that single as momentum going into the album he’s currently working on and which will release mid-year 2019.
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Midwest native Submuzik Boss has a slappin new single that came thru the inbox, this one is titled ‘No Cap’. Give it a few spins, follow on Spotify, and add this with your favorite tracks on your Spotify playlists.
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Coming back with some of that golden era flava, Dj Iceman takes the Donny Hathaway/Roberta Flack classic “The Closer I Get To You” and flips it on its ear. another example of that boom bap flava Dj Iceman brings..
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Smooth Kid Dino drop’s a smash for the clubs “Yea”
Smooth Kid Dino isn’t your average Chicago rapper who raps about drugs, money, and murder. Smooth Kid Dino is a multi-talented artist, he makes music that just about anyone can connect with. I’m not in his target market, but I found myself vibin’ to more than a just a few tracks from his “Underrated” album. I listened to all 12 tracks on the project, and I kept a few joints on repeat the boi got something here.
The song that sticks out to me the most right now is “Yea“. Yea is a hard, wavy, energetic song. After listening to his music I can tell that its something about “Yea” that brings out a different side of Dino. He switched up his style to match the energy in this hard hittin, trappy, melodic beat.
Listen to Smooth Kid Dino new single “Yea” below
Smooth Kid Dino is chasing a million dollar bag, while he’s hustlin’ hard on the road, you know how it goes when you’re focused on getting money everything else falls in line.
The intro to the album starts off with song “Pray For Me”. If your on your way out wit yo girl “Party Wit Me” is the perfect song to prepare you for the turn up. If you need a hard hittin, trapped out, banger “Yea” is the one! Smooth Kid stayed away from heavy auto-tune use, he explores the sound in song “Choices”.
The album features Tripstar, Storman Mac, Prince CEO, and close friend Young Affishal. The production for the “Under Rated” brought a lot different sounds, he worked with #ChaseTheMoney #CashMoneyYap #Ricorich, and more.
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Playboy Ronnie drop’s a new visual for his new single Hard Enough
Let’s get right to it! I got crazy hot single for you from an artist who is bangin out sum crazy hot music. His name is Playboy Ronnie, he is from Orlando, Florida and his music is infectious!
Right now my top 3 songs from Playboy Ronnie are Hard Enough, Break Yo Back, and Up. No bs, no fluff bro got sum heat watch him make some noise in the upcoming seasons. Remember that Dj Smoke cosigned him first!, If you are rocking with those songs which I’m sure you will be, then check out the full project titled S A Y L E S S.
He released a spicy, new visual from his “S A Y L E S S” project directed by Ghost. Stream it below on YouTube, we hope you enjoy!
Playboy Ronnie is currently making his rounds around the states passing out fliers, putting up posters, meeting, and networking and connecting with the people in a variety of markets. Unfortunately, we missed him while he was passing through Chicago we hope to meet this future star before his career takes flight!
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Goddess Venus empowers women through music, launches new single ‘Count It Up’
BROOKLYN, NY – Venus is the Roman goddess of beauty and love. Goddess Venus music style represent that, but she is so much more. With her clever word play and beauty, it only makes sense that this Brooklyn-based artist would take the stage name Goddess Venus. Venus is building a legacy based on the foundation of hustle and hard work. Her music career is bound to skyrocket in the coming months.
Already, Goddess Venus has accomplished a lot through a modeling career – including being published in Straight Stuntin Magazine, Pressure Magazine, Fenominal Magazine, Don Diva Magazine, Conceited Magazine, and Feds Sweetz Magazine. It’s not just her good looks or sexy style that she wants people to focus on the most. What she really wants to represent to the world is a woman who is smart, talented, and who demands respect.
“I want to be known for my boss demeanor,” she said. “I’m all about women empowerment and helping women chase their own money. My new single ‘Count It Up’ is a song that shows that. It’s about being a boss and being in control of your own life, but it’s also lively and anyone can have fun with it and turn up. That’s part of my personality. Being ambitious while chasing dreams and getting money as female boss is a lifestyle. I’m cocky and confident while still being sexy and having fun.”
In addition to her modeling career, Venus has also been involved in a handful of film projects, including a web series called “Karma Kills,” in which she had a lead role. She also had a lead role in the short film “Was it Really Worth It.” But while modeling and acting are things she’s interested in, her first love is music. Her sexy yet entertaining songs and boss-like attitude are inspirational and are destined to leave a mark on the industry, not just as one of the best female artists, but as one of the best hip-hop artists the industry has ever seen.
In just one year, Venus has already released two full projects – “Money Bitch Vol. 1” and “Chronicles of a Boss.” She has also performed at more than 20 venues all over the country and has been developed an extensive music video collection. All of that is testament to her hard work, and when you combine that with clever lyrics and a smooth party girl swagger, you get one of the hottest young entertainers in the country.
“I want my music to be known for women not just using their looks to get in,” she said. “I’m lyrical. I’m a hard worker. There’s more to the surface than just being cute and all the glitz and glam. I have music with a deeper message, and I want people to get to know me and who I am. I’m pushing for female independence because I’m all about chasing my goals and my dreams.”
“Count It Up” is currently available on all digital distribution sites. It features Atlanta superstar Lil Scrappy from “Love and Hip Hop.”
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Chicago native Trio aka PROFIT delivers The 32 Ounces Playlist an innovative playlist
“The 32 Ounces Playlist” is a playlist of 32 songs recorded by Trio aka PROFIT while living in NEW YORK CITY 2017-2018.
The Playlist includes some exclusive #Dope from Trio aka PROFIT, a few freestyles, some original tracks produced by J Hostyle, and a few industry beats that he felt the need to bless.
Features include Prince Styles, Mighty Da Don, BMB Tha Don, Tezzy Flocka, Gee Gunna, King Shas, Beezy, Marcus Areli, Smokie Johnson.
Trio aka PROFIT is an innovative rap artist/producer from the south side of Chicago.
Trio AKA PROFIT is the Owner and Ceo of his own independent label titled “Gladiator Muzik Group” formed in 2012. PROFIT has been producing for over 10 years and has provided numerous classics for independent artists both in Chicago and in New York City. When it comes to his own music, his content has been deemed as extremely honest, thought provoking, personal, and explicit in detail.
He paints a visual for listeners that comes from a real place. Combining soulful samples with hard hitting 808’s, while showcasing lyrical ability along with harmonic melodies, PROFIT’s music has been deemed “One of A Kind” by fans.
PROFIT is influenced by the golden age of hip hop, but tries to stay a step ahead of the buzz of today. If you are a fan of Rap, Hip Hop, Trap, R&B, Jazz, Quality music, Etc, then stream/download his latest project “ THE 32 Ounces Playlist”.