New Music: E Haze “Slow Motion”

A creator whose understanding of life derives from “Old Brooklyn,” E Haze incorporates many of his own life experiences as well as references in the third party when it comes to his music.   Thankful for his innate skillset, E Haze splashed on the scene in 2014 with his Ladies & Gentleman project endorsed by Pulsar Entertainment.  Now focusing on a breakout 2019, E Haze has delivered his new single Slow Motion ft. Qivory, Regine Garnier and Versatil. Listen to his segment on #TheBreakdown and click the download stream link below:

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[Video] @TroyAve ‘The Come Up’

TROY AVE releases New Video celebrating the upcoming new album “More Money, More Problems”

New York Musical Artist Troy Ave, who taken the name of the block he grew up on in Brooklyn, has been bringing heat in the form of hype songs with real lyrics this high energy MC got music made by and for the streets. Never apologetic, Troy Ave’s attitude and demeanor is direct and without effort, unlike those who have created a gimmick, he raps what he lives.

Troy has been revolutionizing the Rap genre and now with the release of his new video THE COME UP, he again blows the minds and satisfies the ears of his fans and the scene at large.

Troy Ave, one of just a few artists that have taken the NY Rap Scene by storm, and has dropped his own and now highly sought after “ mixtapes” which he sold over 70,000 copies has made him known as the first unsigned rapper out of New York to get bootlegged. His biggest influences include the aforementioned 50 Cent, Master P, Lil’ Flip, Young Jeezy and the late, great Notorious B.I.G.

Troy’s New Single –THE COME UP is presently available to hear and stream on his Spotify Channel, and the album  “More Money, More Problems” is available on his iTunes page for Pre-Order.

OMEN44 ANNOUNCES “BUILDING A NATION” ALBUM RELEASE PARTY, AUGUST 24TH IN BROOKLYN @omenfourfour

The Plug International presents Omen44’s “Building A Nation” Album Release Party on Friday August 24th, 2018. The celebration, hosted by Nikki, will take place at Café De La Esquina in Brooklyn and show time begins at 8pm!

The Brooklyn emcee enlisted some of New York’s most elite Hip Hop legends and artists to rock the stage. There will be performances by Tragedy Khadafi, Steele of Smif N Wessun, Bankai Fam, Radamiz, Chelsea Reject, Supreme Sniper, Ju Muny, and Carmen. Blazing on the wheels of steel will be DJ Tomo aka Ta-mu, DJ Ken-G, DJ Ishiura, and DJ By. Omen44 will be headlining music off his new album “Building a Nation” .

Tickets are available via Eventbrite and $15 at the door. Ladies arrive before midnight for $10 entry.  Must be 21 and over with proper identification.

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Watch “If I Lose Noah Remix” off “Building a Nation” EP below 

Dj Smoke drops “Smoked Out Radio 53” | @DjSmokeMixtapes

Dj Smoke Presents: Smoked Out Radio 53 the mixtape series!!

Smoked Out Radio 53 released on August 1, 2018 is now available to stream and download on Spinrilla. Smoked Out Radio 53 is also available on Livemixtapes, Da Mix Hub, and most major mixtape sites. If you are a Spotify user I want you to know that we kept you guys in mind as well! We believe in helping artists get paid for their hard work! We will be launching our Smoked Out Radio 53 playlist on Spotify real soon!

Check out new music from Buck CityAntliveNote$BenjaminLocsonBoDi DeederWeasel SimsMurf Dilly  Bubble Eye and many others!!

Hit me up if you are an artist with a dope new single! You can send me your mp3, artwork, Twitter (or any social media info) and leave me a brief description about yourself. There is a small placement fee if your song has been chosen. ALL mixtape slots include free promotion for your main single. BEST part is there are NO PLACEMENT FEES if you are a recent client.

Email everything to me at DjSmokeSubmissions@gmail.com 

Follow and support @DjSmokemixtapes on all social media!

New Music: Prince Hood “Appreciated” EP

Looking to set themselves apart from the rest the played with different ways to deliver their lingo. While Max B had everyone saying wavy and others were using Swag the duo saw opportunity to coin the phrase ‘Swave’ short for Swavor. Their debut mixtape The Introduction Of… would hit in May of 2010 hosted by DJ Don Demarco. Aside from contributing lyrically Hood would shoot all but one of the group’s visuals. Later the two would launch their label officially as Swavorland Entertainment, LLC. As well as their sophomore effort, The Year of The Swave with production by Prince Hood on 16 out of 19 tracks on the album.  H Squared would win for as their single would be used by ROH Wrestling’s, Prince Nana for his intro.  The Underground Music Award Best Rap Duo. Their single McDuck Money became very popular throughout the city. In the years to come the duo has worked diligently expanded the Swavorland Entertainment brand and developing their artists and other ventures. This summer’s focus is the release of Prince Hood’s Appreciated EP which is currently available via all platforms. Click below to stream, and follow @PrinceHood

 

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Brooklyn’s Own Berry Goodz Releases New Single “Things Changed” @BerryGoodz74

Legendary Producer and “Hit Maker” D/R Period and Rockboy Records presents Berry Goodz new single “Things Changed” which features the 1st lady of Rockboy Records Ms. Shica.

The Brooklyn versatile emcee is known for delivering eye-opening music and his latest single “Things Changed” is no exception. He is on his grown man moves and although at one time he was incognito, now everyone’s watching and “ain’t no stoppin”.

Stream “Things Changed” below.

 

About Berry Goodz

Upon his release from prison, Goodz turned his life around and linked up with old childhood friend legendary Producer “The Hit Maker” D/R Period. This reunification was the launch of his career. Goodz owned hit after hit under his belt and notebooks of lyrics to bring to life. To date, Goodz is touring the states and full throttle in the studio creating Billboard chart toppers!

Flame Da Darkchild Releases New Video “Truth To The Game” @FlameDarkChild

Southern Rapper, Flame Da Darkchild, returned to his roots of New York to shoot his latest video “Truth To The Game.”

The streets and landscapes in the video pay homage to Flame’s upbringing while his lyrics compliment his growth and current stance as a Rapper.  His bars deliver a firm sense of irony, securing his stance be it in front of white picket homes or condemned blocks.  This is Flame’s message of a come up, from a sparked flame to a contagious wild fire!

“When they see fire the run from the flame”

Stream “Truth To The Game” below

New Video: @KingMean “Made Me”

 

Rebounding from a 7 year sentence after making the NY Daily News under the headline, “Brooklyn Stickup Punks Boxed In” he looks to publicize in a much more positive and progressive manner as he has plans to take Hip Hop by storm.  The first step is the release of his street anthem, Made Me; watch the video below:

 

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:
https://twitter.com/realrnbreturns
https://www.instagram.com/lovellrealrnb/
https://www.facebook.com/lovell2016