J-Carter – My Doorstep

East Coast artist J-Carter drops fourth album 
‘Hip-Hop Till I Die’ 

TRENTON, NJ – Back in the lab and ready to drop more heat, East Coast artist J-Carter is back with his fourth album “Hip-Hop Till I Die.” And it’s not an album for the average Hip Hop fan. With 48 tracks, it’s a project that J-Carter says is the kind of musical journey created specifically for people who have Hip Hop as part of their DNA.  

“I’ve got a lot to say and so little time to say it, that’s why the album has so many tracks on it,” he said. “You might hear 48 tracks and wonder what I have to say, and really I cover everything. I’m trying to keep the classic Hip Hop aura going with the reality and concept of this album, all while implementing it into more of a contemporary sound. I’m also trying to show my diversity and flow, so across all of the songs, you’ll hear Hip Hop but also R&B, Pop, Rock & Roll, Blues, and so much more.” 

J-Carter said “Hip-Hop Till I Die” is an album that balances traditional lyricism with a contemporary outer shell. It aims to keep the realness and reality for which Hip Hop is known, while also taking a progressive approach to the genre in ways that he said will leave a mark on the music world.  

“It’s something that hasn’t been heard before in this genre,” he said. “I think I have a unique voice. Nowadays, when you hear rappers, most of them are trying to sound the same and so many of them use auto-tune. I can’t stand auto-tune. It takes the personality out of your voice and you just end up sounding like everyone else. Sure, you might get one hit from that, but that’s it because you have no personality to set you apart. I’m different in regards to every song you hear has personality to it. No one song sounds like a previous song I made. And you can tell by the personality and flow that it’s me.” 

J-Carter said he first got his start in music when he was 13 years old and got bored one day in class, so he “just started writing.” He loved it so much that he took a deep dive into English and the crafting of the language. He would spend his spare time reading about words in the dictionary and playing with lyrics. He also studied storytelling, and when all of those things came together, he found that he had a natural gift for songwriting.  

“A song is a story, and I love fitting all the intricate parts of a story into something that sounds interesting,” he said. “I write for the people, I don’t write for myself. My music uplifts the minds of all people who listen to it. As long as I can keep that at the forefront of what I do, it’ll never fail. I want to help people elevate their minds. That’s what music is supposed to do. If you’re not doing that with your music then what’s the point?” 

To listen to J-Carter’s music or to follow him on social media, please visit: 

https://soundcloud.com/j-carterrocks/get-high-for-u
https://soundcloud.com/j-carterrocks/got-me-where-you-want
https://soundcloud.com/j-carterrocks/coming-in-second 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SEYkUuwqQgY 

https://www.facebook.com/lyricaltimebomb
https://www.instagram.com/jcarterrocks
https://www.twitter.com/Jjcarter1976
https://www.jcarter.rocks 

Jerzey B – Its Litty

Jerzey B returns to music scene with a bang from new single ‘It’s Litty 

NEWARK, NJ – On America’s Independence Day, East Coast artist Juan “Jerzey B” Battle Jr. released his new single “It’s Litty.” Like the explosions that accompanied the national holiday, Jerzey B’s new song is a blast back onto the music scene after an unexpected hiatus of the past three years.  

This young up-and-coming artist from East Pennsylvania has a storied past when it comes to his pursuit of a career in the music industry. Signed three years ago to an independent label, it looked like things were about to take off for this talented young rapper. But a series of complications with the law stemming from past mistakes made it impossible for him to travel internationally, and the independent label – which had signed him with the intent of having him tour overseas and develop a global following – ended up dropping him. Jerzey B stepped away from music after that, frustrated at the situation and discouraged that his hopes and dreams wouldn’t ever come to fruition. But in the face of so much other global disappointments in 2020, Jerzey B decided he wanted to take a second chance at pursuing his dream. 

“Everything I ever needed was to be heard, so I decided to hop back and do it again… but bigger this time,” he said. “This song is my intro to me coming back. It’s definitely upbeat and it features a female artist named Cyani Love. With her sound and mine, I just know it’s gonna be great.” 

Jerzey B said his music is the kind that will get fans turntup. Though his lyrics can go deep and into great detail, the art of pairing those lyrics with catchy music is what really inspires him. He’s a fan of beats that make you turn up, and that’s what he tries to bring with his own music. 

“I’m gonna mix that and make sure you can turn it up, but I’ll have some real shit in there, too,” he said. “It’s gonna give you that 90s vibe when it comes to the words, but the beats is gonna get you here in 2020.” 

For a large part of his life, music was the only outlet for his frustrations. When he was 9 years old, he witnessed his father stabbing his mother multiple times. She lived through the attack and when she recovered, she took Jerzey and his two other siblings to Blackwood, New Jersey to start a new life. Trouble followed him, however, and music became his go-to when things got rough. He was incarcerated at age 16, and every night in jail, he would write a new song to help deal with his emotions and anger. He’s been in and out of jail 17 times over the years but over the past year, has dedicated himself to turning over a new leaf and putting his energy into the music. 

“I feel like when I speak, I want you to actually feel like if he did this shit, I can do it, too,” he said. “I want to inspire people on a different level. The biggest thing to get out of my music is to build the structure for a lot of other artists. I want to change the New Jersey scene and make it the next Atlanta. There are so many good artists here, but we don’t have the structure or the resources to get the world listening. That’s what I’m gonna bring because we got the potential and I got the passion. This is me – 100 percent.” 

To listen to Jerzey B’s music or to follow him on social media, please visit: 

http://www.jerzeybmusikk.com/ 

https://www.instagram.com/jerzeybmusikk 

https://www.twitter.com/jerzeybmusikk 

“It’s Litty”  

https://youtu.be/rAplK2UVpv4

Sir Calloway x SpiTTzwell – Boil Advisory (Video)

Sir Calloway releases visuals for his powerful new single “Boil Advisory” produced by SpiTTzwell (video directed by Ledoox2).

Calloway defines our current, nationwide state of emergency through pivotal storytelling and wordplay. Bar for bar he breaks down critical times, pressing societal genocides, and devils in the form of politicians and the system.  Calloway delivers these harsh truths over soulful tones of piano keys and heart-pounding bass.  Sounds of police and ambulance sirens, alarms, and ferocious dogs serve as the hook and heighten the already hair-raising and bone-chilling emotion from Calloway.

“Boil Advisory” is not meant to entertain, it’s purpose is to shake citizens to the core with knowledge of what, why, when, where, how, and who are digging our worldly grave. Watch “Boil Advisory” and connect with Sir Calloway and SpiTTzwell below.

 

IG :  @SirCalloway @spittzwell_the_beat_god 

Facebook : Sir Calloway on Facebook 

Twitter : Sir Calloway on Twitter  Spittzwell on Twitter

Stream “Boil Advisory” on preferred platforms here

HDC – Drunken Love

Small town friends join forces to create hot new duo HDC 

SANTA PAULA, CA – Jose “Joezee” Gutierrez and Israel “Short” Ruiz always knew they were destined for greatness, despite the fact that they are from such a small town in Santa Paula, California. And though many people have discouraged them from chasing their dreams of being professional musicians, these two friends are putting their passion to sound and letting the fans around the world speak for them. Together they have formed the group HDC. 

“We’re trying to create a future for ourselves so we can give back to the community and to this small town,” Joezee said. “So many people we know are trying to do better and be entrepreneurs, and they’re being talked down on. We want to start something new and fresh and keep growing ourselves as artists. We want to keep releasing music that people will enjoy and relate to and that they will love.”  

Their most recent offering to the world is a new single called “Drunken Love.” Told from their mutual perspectives, it’s a song that explores the relationships they have with their girlfriends and how they both met their women at a party. The coincidence in the way their love stories are so similar mirrors the way their lives have seemed on the same path for many years. And as they weave this story underneath a chill vibe, it creates the kind of sound that is perfect for driving late at night with that special someone. That vibey laid-back groove is one that fans of HDC will come to recognize going forward as it is part of their signature sound. 

“We want to keep it real to what we like, not change to what’s hot right now,” Short said. “We’re making music that we like doing and that’s fun to us. We write about our personal lives – heartbreaks or things with our families. It’s very personal and we put that in our music because we feel like people can relate to us. We’re talking about things that could happen to anyone.” 

Two other songs that were recently released by HDC are “Dreaming” and “About You,” both of which have been getting strong feedback from those who have listened to them. The first is about the aftermath of a drunken love – the moments after the ecstasy when you realize that person really isn’t the one you want to be with for the long haul. Short said it’s a song that “people can feel in their souls and hearts.”  

The second song, “About You,” is a little different than their other releases in both sound and style. “It’s a song about how one person can change your life for the better,” Joezee said. “During the relationship – when you’re in the middle of it and the happy times – everything about that person is exactly what you want. That’s what this song is about.” 

HDC said they’re working on more music to release later this year. To listen to their music or to follow them on social media, please: 

https://www.instagram.com/official_hdc/ 

https://www.instagram.com/joseeg_hdc/ 

https://www.instagram.com/israel_hdc/ 

DJ Digga Presents Rockboy or Die Vol 2 (Mixtape)

DJ Digga presents  ‘Rockboy or Die’ Volume 2. The 22-track mixtape, hosted by DJ Digga, includes artists signed or affiliated with D/R Period’s Rockboy Records.

Although the entire mixtape is brewing with bangers, there are several tracks that stand out. Certified Gangsta featuring Fly Ty of Rockboy G’z, Computa, and Jerseyboy, blends a classic throwback vibe with cutthroat, aggressive bars. It’s evident this crew needs no reason at all to pop off. Rah ILL delivers intricate lyrics in Makes No Sense to call out rappers who expect wins without the hustle and grind.  No Better Love by Big Smooth featuring K. Michelle is a captivating blend of bars and catchy melodies thanking the hoods for their block to block love.  Rockboy G’z, who are famed for their gritty street tracks, invites listeners into a “G World Order” in Give It Up.  Earth rattling bass and drums intensify the deafening energy from the G’z.  Where I’m From is straight bars, no hook needed by Berry Goodz, and serves as an ode to NY from his young buck to grown-up days. Kyng Leek speeds up the tempos to ignite heat in Blue Devil, a track defining his come up. DeDe Sharon and Ms. Shica go all in, no holds barred in Money Bandz, and prove they can hold their own in a male-dominated game. They’re on a mission so back off their a** and t*ts and take heed to their message.

Rockboy Records, legendary “Hit Maker” D/R Period along with NY’s own DJ Digga are no disappointment when it comes to delivering that pure Hip-Hop fix. Stream ‘Rockboy or Die’ Volume 2 on preferred platforms below.

https://soundcloud.com/dj-digga-2

https://mymixtapez.com/album/232722

https://mobile.datpiff.com/mixtape/981601

SINN – Put Ya Seat Belt On (Single)

Artist, producer and songwriter SINN announces the release of “Put Ya Seat Belt On” off his forthcoming album titled ‘Know the Name, Know the Difference.”

The 25-year music veteran famed as “The Ryder King” switches up the game and introduces a new style for fans to embrace.  SINN reminds the world that he’ll do whatever it takes to succeed in life, music, and love. His captivating blend of bars and vocals exudes an infectious and invigorating vibe sure to have music enthusiasts head-nodding through the streets and into the clubs.

SINN’s deliverance of motivating, and at times edgy lyrics will ring over and over in your ears, so strap up and “put ya seat belt on” to endure this momentous ride.  “I know what it takes I like to drive all gas no brakes, put ya seat belt on my heart’s racin girl you better buckle up it’s a fight, knuckle up.“

Stream “Put Ya Seat Belt On” on preferred platforms

Connect with SINN

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TMOE – Drip & Swag (Single)

Atlanta based artist TMOE releases a new, intoxicating single titled “Drip & Swag.”

Don’t get it twisted TMOE is far from boasting, rather confident with his moves, “a thug n*gga but classy.” The catchy hook and kaleidoscope of striking and pulsating tempos heighten TMOE’s lyrical flow. “Drip & Swag” is ideal for popping bottles in the club, headed to the b-ball courts, or cruising through the streets. Stream “Drip & Swag” and connect with TMOE below.

https://mobile.twitter.com/_tmoe

https://www.facebook.com/tmoe601/

https://instagram.com/_tmoe6?r=nametag

J. Waiters Steamy Visuals For “Please You”

Dallas R&B sensation J. Waiters releases steamy visuals for his new single “Please You.”

After an exhausting jog, it’s time to hit the shower for a pleasurable and sensual rub-down. Beads of sweat wash away in sync to the soulful, pulsating tones and stimulating vocals from J. Waiters. “Please You” is sure to quake every inch of the body. Watch the video and connect with J. Waiters @jwaitersmusic.

What Are Masonry Dave Chappelle & Dr. EnQi Manifesting

Masonry Dave Chappelle #846 highlights what Elijah Muhammad predicted and Dr. EnQi has been manifesting.

Young Pharaoh and many other YouTube teachers have associated dangerous sociopathic behavior with the Masons & Freemasons. I must admit that I too believed all these ideas without a second thought until I saw Dr. EnQi teach, it was a mind-blowing game changer!

Dr. EnQi connected the Dave Chappelle 846 show to some of the secret teachings of Elijah Muhammad with masterful precision, showing how all of today’s events are related. Young Pharaoh is awesome, but he should get with Dr. EnQi, I feel that YP has surpassed Sa Ra Suten Seti thus he has nothing left to learn from him. Dr. EnQi clearly has mastered certain levels of information YP has not quite tapped into.

by Lucy German