Florida’s TeeJay3k has established notoriety for himself as a new artist his signature street mentality, energetic attitude and a string of hits like “Florida Drippin,” “Dirty Muddy” and his latest hit, “Foreign”. Capitalizing on his critically-acclaimed 2016 mixtape, Cold Summer Vol. 1, today, the rising star makes his debut called Soul Searching.
The Pompano Beach-based rapper amassed a massive audience of his own with gritty pain raps and autobiographical lyrics. The debut was promoted with a new smash hit in “Bad Vibes” as the album details the artist’s struggle with losing loved ones, heartbreak and the weight of success.
Among the 12-track effort includes guest appearances by today’s hottest new artists Quando Rondo, Lil Poppa, Cyko and Mozzy. Including TeeJay3k’s hit single, the debut features breakout tracks like “Pressure,” “No Friends” and “FWMB”.
TeeJay3k on Soul Searching:
“It feels like every time I drop a project, I get a year older. It’s like sort-of like my birthday. This project is very heartfelt. Basically, if you ever went through something, you can relate but it’s also about how I put my past behind me and made a name for myself.”
Stream TeeJay3k debut via Free The Lost Records now on Spotify.
Label executive and producer Andrew Woods links with Old School 76 for remastered “Stop the Violence” Volume 1. Aim High, Lil Mecca, Lady Loe, Nuwajah Sankola, and Miss Saigon the Rapper make up the all-female collective representing different states and communities, with one mission in mind; an end to violence.
The group comes together for a lyrical deliverance brimming with compelling wordplay and storytelling. They invite masses of all nations, rich and poor to walk and march in unification. It’s time to heal broken families, put an end to rape, robbery, and murder, and find our lost, confused children. It’s time to let them be the future.
Woods’ use of bass pulsates through veins and gets the heart pumping, while the riveting tones wake up the soul and provoke change. Stream “Stop the Violence” and connect with Old School 76 members below.
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The Philly native utilizes his mastered skillset of storytelling to embody the world around him, ongoing societal issues, as well as what he represents. In “Reasons Why” Prime vividly describes his reasons for putting his life into the pen and being a voice for those on the other side of the fence. Bar for bar he breaks down gentrification, tainted school systems, inner-city crime hidden behind Philly’s tourist attractions, and other community distresses.
Has-Lo’s intense piano keys blended with soulful bass and drums invite listeners to feel the emotion and vibrations from Prime’s polished and compelling storytelling. Stream “Reasons Why” and connect with D Prime 215 and Has-Lo below.
I may not be where I want to be, but I’m so far from where I used to be! A lot to be thankful for! – Bakeman Global