BiNG – Party

Texas rapper BiNG drops new album ‘At It Again’ 

HOUSTON, TX – Joseph Guillory, AKA BiNG, is an artist with a truly original sound. Unlike anything else out there in the world of Hip Hop, his use of distorted instrumentals paired with rhythmic flows creates an intriguing sound that is causing new listers all over the South to sit up and pay attention. And now with his new album “At It Again,” this Texas-based musician is offering a compilation of his works in an effort to share that one-of-a-kind sound with a wider global audience.  

Featuring all of his best music to date with a couple of radio-ready tracks, “At It Again” shows off BiNG’s ability to turn a phrase and have fun with witty wordplay. His style is in-your-face and aggressive with a sound to match, but at the end of the day, it doesn’t come across as offensive or off-putting. Quite the contrary, really, as this Down South boy is really just a normal guy on the microphone sharing stories of his life in as creative of a way as he can. 

“I use more of a futuristic tone to my music,” he said. ‘Sometimes it’s too far in the future for people to like. It’s a very progressive sound but at the end of the day, what I go for is something that sounds good. I’m gonna rap about a lot of different things – depression or being a player or just everyday things that happen in life. But ultimately, I’m trying to do something that sounds good and is enjoyable to people.” 

BiNG first started writing music in the 90s and spent much of that decade developing his unique sound and style. He was inspired by the legendary crew Public Enemy, and has always been enamored by the hype energy of Flava Flave. He also studied greats like Tupac and Biggie, and found his own brand of swag by trying to emulate the swag of Biggie Smalls. One of the singles on his new album, “Raise Up,” is an homage to Biggie and even samples some of his style at certain points throughout the song.  

“I came up dreaming of being a one-hit wonder, and there is power in that when you own the rights,” BiNG said. “I’m 41 now and I’ve decided to take my music more public because I’m getting ‘Do it’ and ‘Oh, it’s good comments from Rap lovers who hear my stuff. I’m in it for the pussy and the money. I have a love for black women. I’m a mad man who started out in a mad clan after solo writings, and I’m a one-man clan now. I’m loud and in your face and flipping and have more wordplay than you know what to do with. 

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

http://www.reverbnation.com/bing5 

https://soundcloud.com/marcel-695538368?ref=clipboard&p=a&c=1 

https://twitter.com/BiNGtrip 

“At It Again” 

https://deezer.page.link/ju5JgP3QWBJBfXTR7
https://www.amazon.com/At-Again-Explicit-Bing/dp/B08KRY8HXX/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=bing+at+it+again&qid=1602160770&sr=8-1    (Amazon Buy Link)

“Party” 

https://deezer.page.link/uM1VLtvFRDfjSY4c6
http://www.reverbnation.com/open_graph/song/32155948 

Lightskin Bobby – ‘Last Of A Dying Breed’

Today ATL based artist Lightskin Bobbyreleases his new album, “Last of A Dying Breed” the third single from his third album. Previously Bobby released the singles “Lil Baby” featuring Faded Mulah, “Summer Vibes” and “Ice” which combined generated over 2 million views over the past few months. 

“My music mixes R&B with Hip-Hop and integrates some of my Bahamian culture into the sound,” Lightskin Bobby explained. “Even though I’m from Atlanta, I’m not your typical Atlanta artist. I can actually sing, but I’m also kind of rough around the edges so it’s easy for people to think that I’m a rapper and not a singer. Little do they know, I can rap too, but I’m still a singer first.”

Going back and forth between ballads and love songs, and stretching to club bangers and ratchet tracks, Lightskin Bobby looks to add something to his sound that’s authentic and eclectic. 

My music is something that will make you durrty whine. And it all sounds authentic and not like I’m jumping all over the place, because it’s all a part of me and I do it all so well,” he added. 

Getting his start as early as high school Lightskin Bobby has been on the scene in Atlanta for a decade building up for his big break. 

I’ve been a professional recording artist since high school. I’ve been on the scene for quite away, always in the mix and working with other known artists and producers, singing, recording, and putting out music videos,”a 30 year old Lightskin Bobby said.  “Back then it wasn’t my time but now it’s my season to shine. So, here I am not ready to go but already going. I’m an artist. I’ve been an artist and an independent, money-making artist at that. So, I’ve surpassed just being another artist. I now have an ownership mindset. I’m the CEO of my own record label 4biddenPleasureMusic Group.”

6amma Ray- “Fast One”

Recently rising rapper 6amma Ray released his new single, “Fast One” fully equipped with an auto friendly animated music video. 

While some Hip-Hop fans are just now getting to learn the music of 6amma Ray, this producer/engineer and rapper is an extremely accomplished artist.  While working at a studio in Brooklyn, 6amma Ray worked with artists like Common, Nas, Nikki Minaj, 50 Cent, and others solidifying his skill sets. 

 “I earned my MBA in marketing while working at SIR studios. I discovered that I had a desire to work more on production and the business of making music, so I relocated to  New York to further advance my career. While here, I began to work in a studio in Brooklyn and it opened up a lot of doors for me,” 6amma “explained.

Born Rayden Smith, 6amma Ray (pronounced Gamma Ray) this rising Hip-Hop star who

grew up in a community often called “The Commons” on the NorthSide of Pittsburgh. It was there that he gained a great appreciation for music while earning street smarts and business savvy skills

Influenced musically by his mother and grandmother via the church, 6amma was drawn to his favorite rappers like Jay Z and Tupac Shakur early on when he began rapping. 

From there 6amma Ray grew up, left Pittsburgh, and went on to serve in the US Navy after which he attended the well known LA Film School earning two degrees in Recording Arts and Entertainment business. 

In 2020, 6amma, signed with Wealth Nation, an artist development firm, who is working on helping him develop new music to be heard on the radio circuit accompanied by interviews with major industry players such as Big Shot Radio and Industry Certified Magazine.

“We are ourselves; we promote being our best self and showing that to the world. My music and my stories are real!”

Richie Billionz – “Deja Vu”

Today DMV rapper Richie Billionz drops his new single “Déjà Vu” featuring RicoStayLit. Taken from his latest project Flawless VictoryRichie Billionz delivers a single that is sure to give him the right exposure to make and instant impact with the fans.
“Personally, I believe Flawless Victory is one of my best productions yet, as it exudes a lot emotion, passion and pain,” Richie Billionz said as he then proudly pivoted to his third person voice. “Richie Billionz is not ONLY an Artist; Richie Billionz is an Artist, Songwriter, Producer and Engineer. He possesses versatile abilities as a curator, therefore he has a lot to bring to the table.”
Releasing a slew of projects over the past few years, Richie Billionz has released music at a  relentless pace that includes 5 projects over the last three years.
“Over the past couple of years, I’ve released several projects including Cryptocurrency in 2018,  To My Favorite Dancer, Distortion and Voice Memos all came out in 2019 –  all four now are streaming on all digital platforms,” Richie Billionz said.  “In the beginning of this year I dropped my latest project, Flawless Victory which features my latest single, Déjà Vu. The track gives off a West Coast vibe and I know that with the  right exposure it will be an instant hit.
Coming from Jamaican roots, Richie Billionz drew inspiration from a host of Jamaican artists that helped shape his sound.
“I’ve always been influenced by a lot of different genres of music. Growing up in a Jamaican household, I am used to listening to the musical creations of Chaka Demus & Pliers, Buju
Banton, Bounty Killa, Shabba Ranks, Bob Marley and Garnett Silk.,” Richie Billionz explained.
But while Richie Billionz has been drawing inspiration from Jamaica’s elite performers, releasing 5 albums over the last few years, Richie has unfortunately had to battle past a rare disease that almost took his life twice.
“Flawless Victory is a very special project to me as I worked on it while in the Hospital battling a rare illness called, Rhabdomyolysis, that almost took my life twice,” he said.
There’s no question that if a rare disease couldn’t stop Richie Billionz, the music industry has no chance at stopping this fast rising and charismatic talent.

Righteous – Radios (Video) Ft. Edo G x G Dot & Born x Dominique

Righteous “The Administrator of Truth” enlists Edo. G, G Dot & Born, and Dominique Gorley for the second release (video) of his new EP entitled ‘Be Conscious Of.’

“Radios” produced by DJ Corbett exudes a classic boom-bap, head-nodding impression with a soulful chorus that amplifies the energy from Righteous, Edo. G, G Dot & Born.  The animated visuals set the tone for a chill-vibe, a feeling radios used to emanate but somehow lost that grip along the way.

During a time where the world is oversaturated with conceit, greed, killings, and lust, “Radios” transcends us back when music allowed us to unite and vibe off each other.  Press play for that experience and connect with Righteous below. Press play for that experience and connect with Righteous below.

Stream/download the full EP

https://open.spotify.com/album/2iobJdPja93QczQA8jwya7

https://righteous.bandcamp.com/track/radios-featuring-edo-g-g-dot-born-dominique

www.taotrecordings.com

Samomillion – Lotto

Hip Hop and Pop meld with Afrobeats and 
Caribbean vibe on fun new hit ‘Lotto’ 

MIAMI, FL – Everybody wants to hit the lottery, and most guys in the world would say that when they find that perfect woman, it’s the equivalent of hitting the jackpot. That’s the sentiment perfectly captured by Miami-based artist SamoMillion on his latest hit single “Lotto.”  

Currently streaming across all digital platforms, “Lotto” uses a little bit of Pop, a little bit of Hip Hop, a little bit of Afrobeat and a little bit of Caribbean to give listeners an upbeat and fun track with a gritty, urban vibe. It’s the perfect song to show off Samo’s signature delivery and cadence. His sound is unlike anything else out there right now, and his flow is off the charts excellent – so good that industry insiders all over the U.S. are calling attention to his original sound. 

“My whole flow in general is a whole different wave,” Samo said. “When you press play on my music, you’re gonna be happy. No matter what your situation or what you’re thinking about, when you pop SamoMillion in, you’ll be happy and poppin. That’s what I want my music to be – something that gives people the motivation and the vibe to feel happy. If you’re feeling down today, you can hear my song and it’ll change your attitude.” 

Born in the Little Haiti neighborhood of Florida, SamoMillion (pronounced Mil-ee-yon) had to grow up quick and become the man of the house after his father was deported back to his native country of Haiti when Samo was very young. He said he had the same struggles as most kids have when growing up in a low-income neighborhood, and music became a way for him to express the feelings that were often bottled up inside. He turned to inspiration from other artists with Haitian roots, such as Bob Marley, Wyclef Jean and Soulja Slim. As he studied and developed his sound more, he created a fusion of Soca, Reggae, Pop, Hip Hop and Afrobeats. Eventually, his hard work and natural talent landed him a partnership with independent label MotorMouthMusicGroup. Together, they’re releasing the single “Lotto,” with a music video for the song set to be released Oct. 1. 

“When people hear it, they’ll assume it’s for somebody who won cash or a lot of money or a prize,” Samo said. “But it’s about a female who’s hard to come by. Finding a good female in this generation is hard. It’s like gambling. So I’m putting that into a song. When you find a good woman, this song will talk about how you’re supposed to treat her to keep her, because if you lose her, it could be a million years before you find another one.” 

Samo also said he’s working on a bigger project that he hopes to release in early 2021, as well as a follow-up single to “Lotto’ called “Soul to Keep,” which will showcase a different side of his artistry. 

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

https://instagram.com/samomillion?igshid=uytyz5oup8lu 

https://www.youtube.com/user/samosupport305 

https://open.spotify.com/track/3HTorcaAQee5EgdMeSEuVn?si=QXWwXfaQT86UqrJkEgSEVg

Sourmouth – One Call Away (Video)

 

Sourmouth returns from a three-year hiatus with visuals from his forthcoming album titled ‘African American Horror Story.’

The Portland, Oregon vetted emcee delivers cunning reminders through a zany, fun fashion in “One Call Away.” Despite a world brewing with fear and uncertainty, we as people are just one call away. That one call can make all the difference.

The video puts Sourmouth front and center on the mic to display his quick-witted wordplay, lyrical twists on societal issues, and an infectious hook. Grab your popcorn for a unique cinematic experience. Watch “One Call Away” and connect with Sourmouth below.

Facebook.com/Sourmouth

Youtube.com/sourmouth100

Twitter.com/Sourmouth100

Instagram.com/Sourmouth100

www.sourmouth.org

Dxvice – Catch Me Outside

Texas-based trap rapper Dxvice drops new single 
‘Catch Me Outside’ in advance of forthcoming 12-track album 

DALLAS, TX – Get ready to be hyped up with the latest single “Catch Me Outside” from Southern Trap artist Dxvice. The aggressive, in-your-face Trap single is the perfect song for hitting the gym or getting warmed up for a game. The fast-paced, hard-hitting edge brings a promise of success and is the perfect song for adding fuel to anyone’s fire.  

“The premise is about people who talk without anything to back it up,” Dxvice said. “Someone who talks bad about the car you drive, but they drive a car that isn’t impressive. Or someone who talks about how little money you have, but they don’t even have their own money. It’s definitely more of an aggressive type of Trap that’s really energetic. That’s what I want my music to known for – something that’s just hype. I hit the stage and people know we’re about to turn up. They know it’s about to be crazy because I bring that crazy vibe. So get up and do whatever the music makes you do.” 

Dxvice said he’s been making music since he was 5 years old, when he first picked up a guitar and started teaching himself how to play. As he grew, he began to realize he had a good voice, as well, and his passion for Rap turned into a full-fledged pursuit of success as a career musician. He started to experiment with Rap during his teenage years while also getting more and more into the Metal scene. Things eventually started to take off and by the end of 2018, he was already performing in large showcases. He finished second at the Coast 2 Coast Live showcase in South Florida in December of that year. 

His sound has been described as pure Rap that incorporates velocity and grit. He said he hopes to use his art to change lives and help people through issues. His goal is to make sure no one is alone when life gets tough and to make sure his music has an impact on those who feel left out. He’s no stranger to life’s hardships and as such, he knows that the stories and vibes he brings with his music will be able to relate to a wide range of people. 

“I was born in Uruguay and raised in Miami, and my father was deported when I was 13,” he said. “After he was deported, I began to make music and pursue a future free of financial worry. I’ve slept on floors and done whatever I’ve needed to do to save enough money to get myself and this career off the ground. I make music about literally everything – heartbreak, love, just raw Trap vibes. I can be anywhere and something might spark an idea and I’ll write off that. But at the core, a lot of my passion for music comes from that experience with my dad being deported and the years that followed that. To be able to express myself the way I want to and not worry about what anyone thinks is what my music is all about. And I want to be able to give that to anyone else who listens to my music.” 

Dxvice said he’s planning on dropping a full album early next year, of which “Catch me Outside” is one of the 12 tracks. The single itself will be available across all streaming platforms on Sept. 25.  

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

Instagram.com/Dxvice 

Twitter.com/dxviceofficial 

“Catch Me Outside” 

https://soundcloud.com/dxvice/catch-me-outside 

Taj The Elephant – Spotlight

Taj the Elephant drops mega hit new single ‘Spotlight’ 

ATLANTA, GA – “Punjabi Reject Vol. 1” is out now in wide release, and the debut single from the project, “Spotlight,” has been gaining attention in just two weeks of release across all streaming platformsspreading like wildfire across the U.S. and in other parts of the world. The Trap/Soul fusion features a signature flow with auto tune and high reverb effects that Taj has perfected. With a beat that’s equal parts bouncy and melodic, listeners will want to put this song on repeat and play it wherever they’re at. 

“What happens to most guys once they get signed and actually get released?” he asked. “They get tons of attention and end up leveling up and hooking up with a baddie actress or singer. I wanted to capture that feeling, and that feeling literally bleeds through the video to the audience. It shows me and my beautiful woman enjoying the spotlight. We’re like this power couple just kind of telling the world, ‘I made it! I’m the king. Because I’m the king, now meet my queen.’ She’s stunning, powerful, and sultry. She’s mineand we deserve the spotlight. That is the entire theme and wave of the song.” 

Raised in the Punjabi tradition of an Indian family, he struggled with the overly strict environment established by his father. Although he was involved in both music and sports at a young age, Taj began to turn to the streets to seek the attention that wasn’t being given between the relationships in his home. At age 14, he began to rebel and got into trouble when he was arrested for possession of drugs and was taken to juvenile custody, expelled and kicked off the basketball team. At the age of 15 Taj dropped out of school and left his home. His continued rebellion which, among other things, included a passion for Hip Hop music, had come to a head in his parents’ house.  

“I didn’t feel like I belonged,” he said. I wasn’t one of them. I would have rather been out on the streets homeless than be in a home with nonstop abuse and scrutiny.”   

Within the Punjabi tradition, Hip Hop and “Black culture was highly frowned upon, and it’s exceedingly rare for someone of that heritage to pursue a career in that style of music. 

“There are countless times where I’ve come close to record label auditions or opening for bigger acts,” he said. “I was always kept down by f—ed up people. All of my setbacks constantly had me in and out of depression and addiction. There were people who took chances away from me and wanted to control meI just wasn’t always wise over the years. I think a combination of all those things plus the personal hell I’ve been though is why I’m so locked in now. I have a chip on my shoulder and I am not going to stop till I make my mark. I’m a Trap artist, periodI love trap music. You can hear that in the music. But, I’m like a great basketball player in that there’s no telling what my style is for sure. I might cross you up just to show you who’s the boss. Expect the unexpected.  I want my music to be an escape for everybody from all walks of life. Whether you’re White, Black, Indian, whatever, I want to break those barriers down. People go through real shit and I know how it is. When you’re happy, sad, alone, confused or motivated, you will find relatability in harmony and lyrics in my art and I want to give people that outlet to escape their realities through my music. 

To listen to Taj the Elephant’s music or to follow him on social media, please visit: 

https://linktr.ee/TajtheElephant

Omen44 Ft. Skyzoo – I Can See The Sun (Video)

Seasoned artist Omen44 enlists Hip Hop great Skyzoo for the first single and video off his forthcoming album entitled ‘Hentai’. The single “I Can See The Sun” is produced by DJ Tomo aka Tumu.

The video captures Omen44 and Skyzoo without any gimmicks or distractions so viewers can fully embrace the duo’s captivating and empowering journey. “Suffered a thousand nights before I saw the sunlight”, this catchy and infectious hook sets the stage for Omen44 who will not “choke on his aspirations.”

The bewitching cadences blended with smooth, soulful bass and drums accentuate the emotion from both Omen44 and Skyzoo. Watch “I Can See The Sun” and connect with Omen44 below.

Stream/download “I Can See The Sun” here on preferred platforms

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