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.

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

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Sean Walk – Nobody

Sean Walk inspires movement with new single ‘Nobody’ 

MAYWOOD, IL – Sean Walk is creating a movement. It’s hard to define, but anyone who listens to his music will understand immediately what it is he’s trying to inspire. It’s a movement that’s all about making music for everywhere – breaking down barriers and destroying walls that spring up between people for so many petty reasons. During a time in which there are wide cultural and societal divides, Sean Walk’s movement is not only attractive, it’s necessary.  

“Whether it’s vibe music or dance or music for the soul, I’m trying to create something that helps people relate in positive ways to what’s going on around us,” Sean said. “Each day, I experiment with different genres such as Rock, Rap, Blues, R&B, or whatever my soul feels like doing. My music is personal style, growth, and the ups and downs of everyday life. I hope that my movement will be something that everyone who listens to my music can relate to. Music should help people cope with life, be happy, be motivated, be inspired, and hype you up.” 

Sean’s newest single is a perfect example of that unique sound and style. The song is called “Nobody,” and it explores the inner strength it takes to look others in the eye and say, “No, I won’t listen to your negativity.” 

“I never try to fit in,” Sean said. “I’ve always been different and I’ve always gone my own way, and that’s what this song is about. It’s Rap mixed with Rock and the lyrics talk about not needing anything and not asking for help or depending on anybody. I’m going all by myself and making it happen. It’s a real live song – a turn up song – with pure emotion.” 

Sean said the single is one that serves as the perfect marker at this current time of his life, and a great example of the kind of journey he’s taken both in life and in music. He first started down the path of music as a career when he was 9 years old. His mother purchased journals for him and his brother, and he recalls listening to Petey Pablo and writing down his lyrics into the journal. He started rapping when he was 13 and in the years since, he’s worked on developing his own unique sound and style. 

“My sound is all about realism and the hurt and pain and actual feelings we go through on a daily basis,” he said. “I don’t consider myself a rapper – I’m a ghetto rocker. I turn my passion into music, and the way my music comes out is just pure. I just let my mind do the work and every time, I come out with a hit. It’s raw emotion. Too many people don’t want to let their feelings out but with my music, they can connect and it can help them get their emotions out. That’s how I express myself and that’s what this movement is all about. If you don’t want to talk to people, you can talk through my music.” 

In addition to “Nobody,” Sean is also preparing to release a mixtape called “Safe Love, Real Problems” which he said should be available across all streaming platforms by September. He’s also working on a 12-song album called “Focus Through Frustration” which he plans to drop either later this year or in early 2021.  

To listen to Sean Walk’s music or to follow him on social media please visit: 

https://instagram.com/walk_the_movement?igshid=18wfdpgh1oub9 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDUlSNzzQKoE4WfwbeAWQVQ 

https://twitter.com/SeanWalkTheWalk 

https://www.facebook.com/seanwalkthewalk 

https://www.facebook.com/seanwalk.dahwalk

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

Dj Iceman (Big Boss Beatz)- Boom Bap Vol 10

Dj Iceman is back with his TENTH (And final) volume of his “Boom Bap” series of beat tapes. “Ten volumes is enough. im still gonna do Boom Bap Beats,its my lifes blood, but i started the Master Of Beats series to take over. and there will be a new series after that. i just want to keep it fresh.” And fresh it is. with 7 tracks of heat, this is sure to start your summer off right. Wheter its a dope sample flip,or an original melody, Dj Iceman shows off his unique creativity,andshows why he has the moniker Big Boss Beatz

Check It Out Here

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“Ive had a lot of fun with this series. it REALLY helped me get my foot in the door.and now that im here i got a lot more heat on the way.”

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