[Video] @iambellabo ‘Worst Day’

BRITTANY DAVIS, BETTER KNOWN AS BELLA BO WHICH IS HER STAGE NAME BORN IN PALM BEACH COUNTY FLORIDA. SHE GREW UP IN MUSICAL SURROUNDINGS AND IS NOW A SONG WRITER AND HIP HOP ARTIST FULL TIME.

SHE RELEASED HER FIRST MIXTAPE “HOODTALK” (CD) THAT SHE WROTE HERSELF, THAT SOLD OUT AND GAVE HER IMMEDIATE RECOGNITION IN WEST PALM BEACH AND ALL OF SOUTH FLORIDA.  SHE HAS CONTINUED PERFORMING IN SHOWS AND VIDEO PERFORMANCES OVER THE LAST FIVE YEARS AND IN 2017 MADE HER FIRST LIVE TV PERFORMANCE WHICH GREW A LARGE FOLLOWING THAT HAS BEEN INCREASING EVERY DAY.

SHE HAS JUST RELEASED HER NEW VIDEO ‘DOPEBOYS’ WHICH HAS RECEIVED GREAT REVIEWS.  SHE HAS PERFORMED IN LOS ANGELES ATLANTA, MIAMI, AND HAS BEEN VOTED ONE OF SOUTH FLORIDA’S FAVORITE PERFORMERS AND IS POPULAR IN THE CLUBS AND NIGHT CLUBS THROUGHOUT THE UNITED STATES.

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#NewAlbum Taiyamo Denku – No Industry Standard @TaiyamoDenku @Dcypha

“No Industry Standard” is a 16 track roller coaster ride of brutal bars penned by renown Wisconsin emcee, Taiyamo Denku.

15 of the album’s instrumentals were brewed by the maniacal mind of producer, Dcypha. Hit play and experience potent Hip Hop As one should come to expect from any Cypha Den Music release. Dcypha mixes in a strong balance of DJ cuts and audio snippets to bring the beast out of Denku. The Milwaukee emcee serves up music for the blue-collar demographic and for fans of nineties era Hip Hop. All throughout the album, he speaks about staying true to self like on the Conway featured, “Be Who You Are”. He speaks about rappers flooding the industry strictly for money on “Gold Rush”. The verbal barbarian also shares his personal views on what makes up a great life on “Fabulous Life” with the Queen B, Lil Kim.

“No Industry Standard” is the eighth solo project from Taiyamo Denku, who has numerous singles online featuring some of Hip Hop’s legendary acts. The new album continues on in that tradition as the spitter splits mics with KRS One, Benny The Butcher, Chino XL and more. It’s this work ethic that has earned the Wisco based rapper the title of “Collab King”. He even landed a Psycho Les beat for “Stand Back”, the first song from the album to land a video for. Two more videos are set to drop this year, “Mr. Sunshine” with Saukrates and the hauntingly awesome “Make Em Believe”. Keep Taiyamo on your radar for the remainder of 2018 but most importantly, make sure to preview and purchase “No Industry Standard” on Bandcamp.

Lovell – Watcha Gonna Do

Lovell Spreads Positivity through New Single
“Whatcha Gonna Do”

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Lovell Brooks has always had an undeniable passion for everything that had to do with music. After receiving his first big break in 1986 with his performance group Private Affairs, he knew he possessed the drive and talent to go far. As he continued on with his career, he realized he wanted to take a different route as a solo artist. He was so focused on perfecting his craft independently, which prompted him to continue on his journey as such.

When it comes to Lovell’s style, he prides himself on being extremely versatile. After dabbling into RnB music, his peers began noticing how his talent effortlessly started to shine through. “After taking some time off from music, I had a reawakening in 2010. I wasn’t liking what I was seeing in the industry, as violence and drugs were being promoted. So, I took matters into my own hands and reinvented the wheel with my own sound,” said the artist. It took serious determination and bravery to stand apart from the masses, and promote a message he hoped would go further. It was no surprise that his fans were immediately receptive to the positive message he shared through his music.

Lovell shook the RnB scene by storm when he released his reintroduction single, “Baby Hi”. The song alone raked in numbers at a rate that Lovell was stunned, and rightfully pleased, by. In continuing to provide inspiration to his listeners in need of it, he kept the momentum going with the release of his most recent single, “Whatcha Gonna Do”, from his follow-up album “Universoul Man”. “It’s a soulful reminder to gangsters in the street who may be doing bad things,” said Lovell. “It has a Curtis Mayfield vibe to it. I just want to give a warning to people who may want to gravitate toward criminal behavior. I want to inspire them to pursue more positive aspirations.” Much like its predecessor, the single has garnered a lot of attention as it continues to generate an overwhelming amount of positive feedback.

Regardless of what projects he’s working on, Lovell strives to be the “O.G.” as he continues to spread an uplifting message through his music. “Not to sound cliché, but people shouldn’t give up so easily. Nothing by chance will happen fast, so you have to continue to hone your craft,” said the singer. He hopes his fans will take heed to his message, and never stop achieving their goals in life. After all, Lovell is a living and breathing example of someone who never stopped reaching for greatness.

To listen to Lovell’s music, or to follow him on social media, please visit:
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#NewAlbum HSVN – Changes @prodbyhsvn

Las Vegas artist HSVN has been relentless the past few months. Catching a solid buzz with his “Juice” video and audio single, “Best Friend”, he returns with his nine track project, “Changes”. With varied emotions found throughout the collection of songs, HSVN offers up a little something for everyone’s precise taste. Check it out in full on Soundcloud.

KEAG – Problematic Art @imKEAG

Wisco artist KEAG debuts his new album, “Problematic Art”. It features real human problems and emotion throughout each track. Please note, I am not trying to glorify any of the content. However, you are also entitled to your own interpretation of the music. “Problematic Art” also features some of Wisconsin’s most talented and rising artists like IshDarr, Ted Park, Rob Hicks and many more.

Independent emcee KEAG was raised in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Throughout his youth, his family always expressed a love for music and the arts. In addition to classic rock and alternative rock of the 1990’s, KEAG also found himself drawn to Hip Hop as early as 3rd grade. He started making beats in FL Studio at the age of 17 and he started adding vocals to his beats in 2014. Up to this point in his career, he has released 3 EP’s and 2 LP’s.

So far during his brief yet highly industrious venture into Hip Hop, he has worked with high profile WI-based WI artists such as IshDarr, Ted Park, Roy Purdy, Mike Regal and Lucien Parker. Always looking to remain active, KEAG has performed across the Midwest, and has had the opportunity to open for national touring acts like Huey Mack and T-Pain. He is just one of a handful of young, talented, driven independent emcees who are working diligently to make a name for themselves and have become the backbone of the Wisconsin Hip Hop scene.

Video: Daveed Ramsay “Life Goes On”

A mutli-talented entertainer who now calls Camden, New Jersey home Daveed Ramsay has amassed credits which include a Powerade commercial alongside NBA Superstar Lebron James as well as a role in the classic Get Rich or Die Tryin film starring Hip Hop mogul 50 cent. Currently filming a new TV series, Chase Street, Daveed has strategically crafted his new music releases to go along with the momentum surrounding his acting buzz.
I’ve always told people that if I wasn’t on the big screen I would be in the booth somewhere making hits. Along the way I have found a way to work on both and it has been fantastic,” says Ramsay whose new track Life Goes On is picking up locally and has a chance on the national scene.  Later this summer he is slated to deliver his Hi My Name is Daveed Ramsay project as well. Check out the accompanying visual for Life Goes On below.

New Music: DJ Romestallion #AOTP

 

 

San Francisco based DJ / executive producer DJ Romestallion has raised the stakes on his brand and he has collaborated with some talent individuals around the world creating #AOTP which he is credited with executive production on. Check out the project below:

 

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New single, #Lottery is now available:

 

 

 

 

 

#NewMusic MulaManDam – Green Eggs & Dam @MulaManDam

A saucy mother ship has flew in from space and crashed on Long Island. The two survivors lucky to walk away from the wreckage after the smoke cleared are MulaManDam and Lord Casso. As they walked towards the stunned observant crowd they carried a a plate of “Green Eggs & Dam” to serve to the masses. Ladies and gentlemen that story is based on reality that happened today. MulaManDam’s debut mixtape is way more then just a good collection of songs placed together for the people. It’s a Lifestyle.

MulaManDam is an American born Rapper/Engineer from Long Island, New York. He started off as a producer and eventually started writing his own songs. In the summer of 2015 he was struck by a vehicle going full speed and all he remembered from that incident was leaving the ‪corner store‬ and waking up in a hospital bed. His doctor told him that he wouldn’t be able to walk again and if he was lucky he’d be up and running in 12-18 months due to fracturing his neck, lower back and suffering from a broken leg in 3 places. Miraculously he recovered 5 months later and vowed to himself that he would work on his passion 110% by taking advantage of every moment. Surprisingly two weeks after he got out of the hospital he shot a music video, recorded a mixtape worth of music, set up a home studio and used his audio engineering knowledge from school to record, mix and master other artists’ music around Long Island.

In 2017 alone he has released & has been featured on 50+ records creating a buzz which recently resulted in a sold-out crowd at the Amityville Hall in Long Island. Despite being a relatively new artists he has honed his live-show skills by steadily performing in the showcase circuit in New York City. He eventually became the Hip Hop Seazon Showcase Champion twice and all that ground work has resulted in him bringing a strong presence in a room; crowd surfing at numerous shows, fans reciting his lyrics word for word and opening up for the likes of Famous Dex, Reggie Mills & Chris Rivers. Mula is now campaigning for his 2nd mixtape titled “Green Eggs & Dam” including all new unreleased tracks and all original production.

[Album] @alicashiusjr ‘The Barrio Boombox’

During a time when everyone is a rapper, and every rapper packs their verses with lies about a lifestyle they never lived, in hopes to capture your attention and love, we are fortunate to have that rare artist breakthrough and make us think twice about what music rides with us in the morning to work or joins us at the gym in the evening. When every other rapper is telling stories of riches and glamour, Ali is regular guy working in the trenches, and when every other rapper sounds the same, Ali is drawing envy from the artist he is opening for! When you leave your favorite rappers concert, and you can’t help but think about the guy that opened up the show, that’s Ali Cashius Jr.

[Album] @alicashiusjr 'The Barrio Boombox'
Ali began garnering respect as a rapper on the desolate Southwest Side of Detroit. He would battle any rapper at his High School and then sneak into night clubs around the city to battle grown men at the age of 16. Because of his mixed race, he had to learn to clap back quickly at kids who would target his ethnicity. With a father from the war torn country of Yemen, and a mother from Puerto Rico, Ali was constantly questioned about his nationality. Battle rap became less important daily, as Ali grew more frustrated watching his mother struggle with two jobs. With an absent father figure and a mother who was forced to bare the role of provider, Ali was left to come and go as he pleased, roaming the gang and drug infested streets on Detroit’s Southwest side. Losing friends to gang wars and drug deals gone wrong, Ali quickly learned that the place he loved could also be his downfall.
From that moment, he realized he had to use his gift to tell his story and be a voice for the friends he lost. Financial troubles continued to follow Ali and his mother, so he decided to take matters into his own hands, and the traveling began. He moved from Detroit to Atlanta, Baltimore, and eventually Phoenix. With growth comes sacrifice, and moving led Ali to miss the funeral of one of his best friends in Detroit. A three-day Greyhound trip, and Ali arrived back in the city one hour after his friend’s funeral ended. Devastated by loss and frustration, Ali vowed to not return home until he could make his family proud and prove all the people who doubted him wrong.
Since moving out West, Ali Cashius Jr. now has followers around the world who support the movement and new wave.

 

[Album] @alicashiusjr 'The Barrio Boombox'

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Artist Website: www.alicanrap.com