Dj Iceman-Boom Bap Vol (Wu Wednesday)

Dj Iceman(Wu-Djs, Dirty Clanzemen,GGO) hits us with the first (and possibly only) beat tape of the year. he takes all his Wu-Tang inspired beats and puts them in one compilation. some of these beats have been on projects like Wu-Files Vol 6-7,and most are new. these beats are available for sale and lease on Dj Iceman’s website.

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$pender – Audemars (feat. Lil Cobaine and J Bandz)

Hot new single ‘Audemars’ hits airwaves
from up-and-coming artist $pender

DALLAS, TX – One of Spencer Johnson’s fondest memories from his childhood is of sitting in his grandmother’s living room, listening to her play the piano. Those early moments in his life planted a seed of love for music that grew over time. At age 5 he asked his parents to buy him a guitar, and in the years since he has learned how to play multiple instruments and create music of his own.

Midway through high school, Spencer was introduced to rap by some friends who were freestyling during their lunch breaks. It opened up a whole new world of possibility for him – combining his natural ability as a musician with his talent for writing rapid-fire lyrics that strike a chord with anyone who listens. As he showcased his talent to his classmates, one friend hyped him up and called out the nickname $pender. It stuck, and today $pender is on the fast-track to becoming one of the world’s hottest new hip-hop icons.

Fans can get a taste of his newest music with the single “Audemars,” which just dropped across all digital streaming platforms. Featuring Lil Cobaine, the song uses the Audemars Piguet watch as a metaphor for the finer things in life. $pender said in addition to being a song that people can just chill to and enjoy as a good piece of music, it’s also a song that taps into the core of what he wants to be known for, which is encouraging others to stay positive and chase after their dreams.

“All I really want to do is make people feel a positive vibe and connect with the music,” he said. “I make music that hits you right in the ears and is pleasing. I want to be a person that others see as someone who views everything in life from a positive viewpoint, and I want to help others put that into perspective for themselves. I want to define positive moments through music.”

$pender said the new single is the first release of many to come, leading up to a full album called “Spend Bandz” that he is working on in collaboration with fellow artist J-Bandz. Their plan is to drop singles steadily over the next few months, leading up to a big release of the full album toward the end of the year. $pender said the album with be “like no other album.”

“Every single track will have a different vibe,” he said. “One song will be Latin, another R&B, another straight rap. We’ll have some amazing features on there, like Famous Dex and Lil Cobaine. Mostly we’re going for versatility, but they’ll all be songs that sound good and are pleasing to listen to. I’m just trying to put out what comes from inside of me. I’m making my way up to the top and aspiring to achieve certain things I’ve set my mind on. I’ve always wanted to do something huge with my life, and what I want to do that’s big is in music. I’ve realized that I can reach those dreams, and I’m not gonna stop trying until I do.”


To listen to $pender’s music or to follow him on social media, please visit:
https://www.instagram.com/ayyspender/
https://twitter.com/ayyspender

SubMuzik Boss – Excuses prod by Dj Pain 1 | @SubMuzikBoss

SubMuzik Boss – Excuses Prod by Dj Pain 2

The Milwaukee native SubMuzik Boss sent over his newest single “Excuses” produced by Dj Pain 1. Stream Excuses” on Spotify or you can find it on any streaming outlet.

If you like Excuses then you should listen to “Good Feelings” by clicking here, then follow SubMuzik Boss on Twitter: @SubMuzikBoss

Mo Racks – Smoke


South African native Mo Racks brings
aggressive new style to hip-hop and R&B fusion

LOS ANGELES, CA – A lot of people who meet Hillary Morake would probably call her sweet, friendly and fashionable. All of those things are true. But when the South African artist dons her stage persona, Mo Racks, something unpredictable and raw starts to take over – something that brings a passion and aggressiveness to the music scene.

Her most recent single, “Smoke,” is the perfect example of this unique style of music. Combining the flavors of R&B and hip-hop with the House music that’s more native to her home country of South Africa, “Smoke” explores the relationship drama that can come from and up-and-down romance. It’s a song that showcases her ability to both sing and rap, while also bringing a powerful beat that demands listeners to move. Though it’s only been out for a short time, it has already garnered some major attention from fans all over the U.S. “I started my career about four years ago in South Africa making House music,” Mo Racks said.

“I’m a singer, and I have always listened to R&B music. I’ve also always felt shy and it wasn’t until I discovered rap music that I found this outlet to express what was in my heart and my head. I write all my songs. I feel like people receive my message better in a rap than just singing. I’m still doing both things in my music, and this song is kind of a perfect blend of everything that I do.”

The single will be one of six on an upcoming EP that she said is set to drop in mid-February. All of the songs on that EP will deal with the experiences of her life and the journeys she has taken to get to where she is today in her career.

“This EP will really be about getting to know me and how I am as a musician,” she said. “I don’t say much or speak much on a daily basis, but through my music you can get to know me.

Everything in this EP is true and has happened to me or I’ve seen it – and I put it all into song. Coming from a family of entertainers – my mom was a model and my grandma was a dancer – I always knew what it looked like to entertain other people. But now I’m taking it to another level, and this EP is my first steps toward taking it further and trying to go international.”

Mo Racks worked with engineer Alexey Vonorov on the EP and said she credits a lot of his work for the unique sound that comes through on the project. She also said the EP is just the first of many new projects to come this year, and she’s eager for fans to check out some of the new music she’s been working on.

To listen to Mo Rack’s music, or to follow her on social media, please visit:
http://www.instagram.com/HillaryOfficial

SubMuzik Boss is growing artist on Spotify! | Twt: @SubMuzikBoss

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!

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