Fresh Out the Studio “Dilla Drums” By Dres & Chuck D

Hip Hop purists are already hip to the upcoming DnD (Dilla x Dres) album by Dres (Black Sheep) and the late great J Dilla.  Dres has been sharing snippets here and there but today the first single in its entirety is ready to go, and it’s a pre-election necessity!

Dres recruits his legendary peer Chuck D for an eye-opening, hair raising masterpiece ready to blare through communities nationwide, all the way to voting booths.

Press play to experience a timeline of societal genocides that can only seize through the power of unified voices.

“Dilla Drums” will empower the necessary awareness and cruciality of voting…With heads high and a strong fist, unite for change!

Instagram @blacksheepdres @mrchuckd_pe

Twitter @dresblacksheep @mrchuckd

Dj Iceman And Kept See-Beat Lessonz

Dj Iceman is back with another project for the year and he brought his friend and mentor Kept See along for the ride.
Kept See who is a prenominal emcee, got into production when he couldn’t find beats that were up to his standards. and over the years he has proven to be a top notch producer as well. Dj iceman having retired from a 30+ year dj career didn’t know what to do next creatively and Kept See suggested he get into production. reluctant at first it took a bigger push from Kept for him to get going and he hasn’t looked back since. both has had numerous placements with artists and on tv/videos and have torn down quite a few shows together. they are both members of the Wu-Tang affiliate groups GGO nd Dirty Clanzmen. This beat tape is a celebration of their friendship. on Kept See’s end, it is a passing of the torch to his student (he’s not retiring anytime soon) and on Icemans part its a homage to his mentor. each have 5 tracks on this album showing off their unique styles. Kept See’s lush, polished sound with crisp drums and flowing samples. and with Dj Iceman, you can see Kept Sees influence but his style is more rough around the edges with that Brooklyn feel to it.  The love of Hip-Hop can be heard in each track and its good to see that there are still some producers out there that embody the essence of true Hip-Hop.
You can reach Kept See and Dj iceman through their social media for beats and verses

Check Out The Album Below   

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Suman ( @SumanMusicWorld ) Releases Visual for New Single ‘Crazy Over You’

British Hip-Hop musician, Suman, has just released her brand new single, ‘Crazy Over You’. A track which is filled with unforgivably catchy hooks and verses which are set to have deep impact on the global hip-hop and dancehall scene.

The new release follows the highly successful track ‘Eyes On You’ which saw Suman team up with KC Pozzy. Nevertheless, Suman has taken a new direction with ‘Crazy Over You’ and it is refreshing to see this new side with her adding a sprinkle of eastern influence. The track opens as it means to go on with Suman delivering an impeccable vocal. Also the chorus will play out in your head for a long time after due to its unforgettable melody.

‘Crazy Over You’ is as powerful as they come and its attraction is magnetic. Also, it is refreshingly unique, yet it remains relevant in today’s scene. If fresh new infectious dancehall undertones is what you crave, then this track is for you. Therefore, grab it whilst its hot!

Artist: Suman

Song Title: ‘Crazy Over You’ Produced By Ayo Beatz.

https://www.instagram.com/sumanmusicworld/

 

Jonevill Flizzay – I’m Sorry

Jonevill Flizzay – I’m Sorry – Memphis rapper Jonevill Flizzay is back with his latest single “I’m Sorry” and it’s not what you think! with a haunting trap beat that has a smooth melody, this is actually the new breakup anthem for 2020.

“You running your mouth like you’re Stephen A Smith and what comes out your mouth is just asinine” and there are a lot more Quotables here. with a lot of witty wordplays and aggressive cadence, you can hear that Jonevill is really keeping the Memphis rap tradition alive, but with a new twist. this single is also available on all streaming platforms.

Sghettiboy Blackboi: Welcome to Sghettiville

Sghettiboy Blackboi: Welcome to Sghettiville

Hungry for some rawness? Well, get ready to whet your music appetite because that’s exactly what Cortez White is serving as the Founder, CEO, and artist for Sghettiboy Music Group (SBMG) AKA Sghettiboyz LLC. Cortez, professionally known as Sghettiboy Blackboi, born December 4th, 1989; originally hails from St. Petersburg, Florida but now resides in San Diego, California, where he is currently building his empire. “St. Pete has and forever will positively impact me by showing me what I wasn’t going to be in life. Some people feel like the corner is all that they can live by and die by. That there is nothing else out there for them, and I refuse to
believe that for myself and my team,” he expresses.

Sghettiboy Blackboi

With a new hot single featuring Boosie called ‘My Dawgs,’ it’s obvious that Blackboi is truly dedicated to putting his team on the map and leading his artists to success. He’s bringing a variety of styles to the table for the world to savor with a skillful lineup of innovative artists like St. Pete’s D4 and Pittsburgh rappers Fat Trap and Shea Sosa. “I named my company spaghetti, which is my favorite food because it is one of the most flavorful dishes you can get. It’s good right from the stove yet it gets even better over time as the sauce simmers and the intense flavors blend creating this unique zest, and that’s what we embody,” Blackboi explains.

Growing up without his mother or father, Blackboi depended on his grandmother and the streets to guide him as he struggled in behavioral school to fit in. Being misled down
the wrong path by his peers, he led an angry childhood imbued with violence and went to jail at the age of 16 for robbery. Not wanting his life to be filled with destruction, he learned to work the system harder than it was working him and focused on something that came naturally to his family…music.

When his friends were talking about bussin’ down abandos, he was trying to figure out how to get a car wash. The advice and hustler mentality that his father and grandmother gave him helped him see things differently than other young men in St. Pete and instilled in him an entrepreneurship mindset early on which ultimately led to him starting his record label among other businesses. “It’s important to build something to leave behind when you’re gone. What I’m building for me and my artists will live on and their families will forever have that. I want to give them longevity as we learn and grow together. That familyship. Ownership,” Blackboi proclaims.

As a father of 8 and newly engaged, family means everything to Blackboi. “My family, especially my kids, motivate me to keep pushing so I can keep seeing that smile on their face. Knowing we made it out the gutter, and that we turned nothing into something is vital because not knowing when you are going to be able to do something or if you’re going to be able to do something such as provide, it’s a terrible and scary feeling.” With a rich and lilting vocal register, Blackboi takes you on a musical journey with a diverse array of content paired with contrasting melodies such as singing about the everyday struggle for African Americans on an up-tempo beat. “I don’t write. Whatever the spirit is telling me to do at the moment, I do. I just let the spirit flow right out of me.” Blackboi’s clear and shining timbre gives his soulful, edgy voice the secret ingredient to create a masterpiece dripping in Sghettiboy sauce. So get ready because it’s time to get saucy.

Follow Sghettiboy Blackboi

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Booking email sghettiboymusicgroup@gmail.com

Dj Iceman Ft. Menace OBEZ-Sweet Soul Nature

Dj Iceman, fresh off of his Wu-Tanglement beat tape is back with another single to end the summer off with. this time he recruits Brooklyn Zu’s Menace O B E Z. with a smooth 80s sample Menace spits a tale of ghetto love in is signature fatherless style. Dj Iceman shows his flair for looping and chopping samples that got him on the map. and Menace shows that Brooklyn Zu style with every inflection and word.

Check out the single here on Spotify, and all other streaming outlets
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Oscar Biggs-Raw Lyricism

Oscar Biggs-The Canadian rhyme spitter with endless punchlines just hit us off with the self titled lead single off his album Raw Lyricism. and if you like weak ass, pop driven,trap rap,this is NOT for you. Oscar takes it back to pure hard driving beats and lyrics that matter.
Check out the Raw Lyricism video here

And you can stream the whole album on Spotify

Build And Destroy (B.A.D.)-Product Of The Outrage

“Product of the Outrage” is Build And Destroy’s second album. they are an artist-collective based out of Hilltop – Tacoma, Washington. BAD consists of AwallAKA2Piece, Whikid, eeeTree, High-Rize aka Josh Rizeberg, Pesha Rize & Marqueza. This album features guest verses and vocals from King Wojack, Don James, Mae Dali, Cousin Cam, AQ, Solothiel Abaddon, Isyss Diamond, & E-Fly. Production provided by eeeTree and Marcus Lee. Many Hip Hop artists claim Hilltop but none defend it, protect it, and battle the gentrification occurring there more than this crew. If you are fed-up with institutional racism, white-supremacy, police-brutality, and political corruption then tap in!

Check The album Out Here

You Can Also Stream The Album On Spotify
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Blaq Pyrates – Steady Growth

Hip Hop soul group Blaq Pyrates drops new single Steady Growth 

CORDELE, GA – One of the hottest street performing groups in the country has flown under the radar for the past few years, but with the launch of their new single “Steady Growth,” they’re set to launch into global recognition. 

The group is known as Blaq Pyrates, and they have been performing in major cities all over the South and Mid-West for nearly two decades. Originally known as the Trapville Pyrates, the group has won multiple awards over the years and have performed in some of the country’s most famous venues. In 2016, they were the winners of the Sony Music Distribution Competition Tour, followed by winning three Independent Tone Awards in 2017 including Artist of the Year in both the Pop and R&B/Soul categories as well as Band of the Year in the Alternative Rock category. They also won Hip Hop/Soul Group of the Year in 2018 for their single “Problems.” Their success gave them opportunities to perform in places such as WME Music Hall in Louisville, Kentucky, Liquid Lounge in Atlanta, Georgia, Daiquiri Lounge in New Orleans, Louisiana, and the South By Southwest Mansion Party in Austin, Texas, among others. Blaq Pyrates also appeared on the Legendary Khujo Goodie’s album ‘Feed The Lions’ Volume One. 

The group has fluctuated from as many as six members at one point to its current lineup of four artists. It was founded by Ali “Obawale” Rahman in 2003. Joining him were his two brothers, Amin “Obayemi” Rahman and Karim “Obatunji” Rothwell. The three performed under the stage names Fetty Cash, Rasta Rudd, and Marty MacFly, respectively. Their cousin Hayward Hollingsworth, AKA Koolgi Kid, joined them as well. They changed their name to Blaq Pyrates in 2007, choosing to adopt the acronym that stands for “Brothers Linked Amongst Qualifications, Protect Your Riches Alias Through Extreme Status” and have since performed under this name In 2009, Koolgi Kid left the Pyrates to start another group & was replaced by neighborhood friend, Michael Childs, named Nephew Shawty. In 2010, Jeffrey Alexander, named Jonny Papez, was added to the group’s roster but would later leave in 2018 to pursue other venturesIn 2015, Kendale Gibson, named York ILL, became the last member to join the group creating the group’s current four member lineup as follows: Rudd, York, MacFly, and Nephew. In the fall of 2017, the group incorporated their own independent record label Blaq Pyrate Nation, LLC naming Fetty Cash as the CEO. Unfortunately, in the fall of that same year, Fetty Cash lost his life in the streets of Cordele due to gun violence. Since his untimely death, the group has created a fashion line as a tribute to their CEO and lost member, called Zódoq Mebenki™, named after Fetty’s alter ego “Zodoq Banks”. 

Their steady rise to superstardom over the past three years has brought them to July 2020 and the release of their new single “Steady Growth,” which features independent artist Vigilany of New World Renaissance. The music video for the song was filmed in New York City’s Times Square approximately one month before the devastating COVID-19 outbreak.  

“It’s a song with a classic Hip Hop beat and Trap undertones,” said Marty MacFly. “We consider ourselves a Hip Hop and Soul group, but this song has a little more hype and energetic feel to it. It definitely will, for sure, get you inspired. It’s the perfect song to showcase our progressive growth over time. It encompasses what we’re about and what we’ve been doing. The video with different shots throughout Times Square will definitely give people that feeling of energy and success.” 

MacFly said the group is excited to see what the next decade will bring for them. As soon as it’s safe to do so, Blaq Pyrates will begin performing publicly again, and he promises that fans can expect more of the excellent sound they’ve been known for across the years while also bringing new energy and styles to the table. 

“Our music is about pushing businessentrepreneurship, independent wealth, and the American value system of hard work and dedication,” MacFly said. “We have a new age type of sound with old school concepts. When you listen to us, you’re gonna hear something that sounds completely different than what’s out there, and you know when you see us — it’s going to be unique and eye-catching.” 

 

To listen to Blaq Pyrates’ music or to follow them on social media, please visit: 

https://g.co/kgs/1tmqaF 

https://www.instagram.com/blaqpyratesofficial/ 

https://www.twitter.com/BlaqPyrates                   

https://www.facebook.com/pg/blaqpyratenation 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXlWvFnhPKYbZQXS1wBV9OQ 

https://open.spotify.com/artist/2cVHylshUI3drOzgGBEpMO?si=_1cMmTYNQUuC8DR0Qa4L_g 

https://www.blaqpyrates.com/soundcloud.html#/
https://m.soundcloud.com/blaqpyrates 

https://www.blaqpyrates.com/#/ 

“STEADY GROWTH”  

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GL1hABUSkY8
https://ditto.fm/steady-growth

“PROBLEMS”
https://youtu.be/3nht-cv8tWQ
https://ditto.fm/problems-blaq-pyrates
https://open.spotify.com/track/4ttwIHwkzUMNrr0hgAvWlY?si=SjASJ_30SoS89Dv1WIBDsw;  

https://open.spotify.com/track/7GEcfdwyruFw9dnnDrpRsk?si=Bo7UUHsYTYeJupBICS6dXQ  

Merch Store 

https://www.blaqpyrates.com/store/c2/blaq-pyrates-merch#/ 

Zódoq Mebenki Fashion House 

https://www.blaqpyrates.com/store/c4/Z%C3%93DOQ_MABENKI_FASHION_HOUSE.html#/