SubMuzik Boss – Excuses prod by Dj Pain 1 | @SubMuzikBoss

SubMuzik Boss – Excuses Prod by Dj Pain 2

The Milwaukee native SubMuzik Boss sent over his newest single “Excuses” produced by Dj Pain 1. Stream Excuses” on Spotify or you can find it on any streaming outlet.

If you like Excuses then you should listen to “Good Feelings” by clicking here, then follow SubMuzik Boss on Twitter: @SubMuzikBoss

Troy Remedy – Steal My Soul

Troy Remedy Fresh off Release of “Steal My Soul”

DALLAS, TX – Coming off the highly anticipated release of “Steal My Soul”, Troy Remedy continues to keep the music alive. Troy has been an ever-growing staple in his genre with releases like “Underdog”. The fan base is growing through his relatability coupled by the undeniable talent as both a wordsmith and producer. Since the singles release, the support is continuously pouring in with positive reviews.

When asked about the general feedback of the song, the artist is pleased to tell us how people are genuinely touched by the record. “Reception is good so far. It’s dedicated to those we’ve lost along the way. It’s for the ones who helped us get to where we’re going even if they’re no longer with us… from all walks of life,” said Troy.

His goal for the single is to keep their memory alive while also bringing awareness to the fight we have within ourselves. More than anything, Troy Remedy provides inspiration for those who are on the rise. “This record represents that spirit to hold it down and maintain through the tough moments life presents us” said Troy. After experiencing his own hardships throughout life, Remedy utilizes his musical skills to provoke the basis of his sound. This is a good reason why he’s been able to stay consistent over time. It’s about the artistry when it’s all said and done.

In terms of what’s next for this artist, the fans are in luck. We were exclusively informed that there is more quality music on the way. Next single “Which Way To Go” is soon to follow. Troy Remedy was also excited about the upcoming project as well saying this: “finishing up now with more music on the way. Dope sounds all day putting in work. That’s all that matters.”

To listen to Troy Remedy’s music or to follow him on social media, please visit:
www.troyremedy.net
www.youtube.com/troyremedy
www.instagram.com/troy_remedy
www.twitter.com/troyremedy
www.soundcloud.com/troyremedy

GodKing Lotto – Extra Fly

GodKing Lotto shows off ‘Extra Fly’ music with hot new single

LOS ANGELES, CA – Lebaron Alexander isn’t just Fly … he’s Extra Fly. He’s not just a king, he’s a GodKing. And his music isn’t just good, it’s spectacular.

The up-and-coming artist out of Los Angeles is turning heads so fast with his music that it’s almost causing whiplash. And his new single, “Extra Fly,” is quickly becoming the talk of West Coast clubs and radio stations. Put together in collaboration with Jefe Rey, it’s an upbeat club banger that celebrates the “extra” side of life.

“I’m extra fly, and in this song I’m kind of just saying I’m extra fly doing my thing in every way,” GodKing Lotto said. “I talk about my diamonds in the song. I talk about my Cartier being ordered from New York.  I talk about how I’m so fly that people may try to rob me or hate on me or imitate me, but that’s just the highest form of flattery. Then Jefe comes in and just elaborates on that idea a little more. We not just fly, we extra fly.”

Though GodKing has somewhat of a rocky past, he has also risen from the bottom and put in the hard work to make himself successful in multiple endeavors. In addition to being a musician, he’s also a successful businessman and owns his own convenience store in Compton. That store served as the location for his music video for “3 Kings,” featuring Yella Bezzy. This video is set to drop in mid-February.

GodKing started doing music around age 12 or 13. It started as a joke, of sorts, when he and a friend decided to create a rap for one of their science projects.  The song they did didn’t blow up throughout the school but their teacher loved it and had them perform for a different class to show them off to her co-worker/friend and her class. He was hooked on music from that moment forward.

“After that I tried to everything with music,” he said. “I was always clever with patterns, and I liked the idea of words being put down like patterns. That was fun to me. And I’ve just grown more and more from there. Today I want to be known for having bars and as someone who is lyrical. A lot of these new rappers coming out lack a fundamental element that I think every essential rapper needs, which are skill and a lyrical content. I think the ability to be a lyrical artist with content with huge, and when people hear my music they’ll know I’m a real person with that good lyrical content.”

To listen to GodKing Lotto’s music, or to follow him on social media, please visit:
www.instagram.com/godkinglotto
www.facebook.com/GodKing-Lotto
https://soundcloud.com/godkinglotto
https://twitter.com/GodkingL
https://youtu.be/f3YeXIrq1jc

Mo Racks – Smoke


South African native Mo Racks brings
aggressive new style to hip-hop and R&B fusion

LOS ANGELES, CA – A lot of people who meet Hillary Morake would probably call her sweet, friendly and fashionable. All of those things are true. But when the South African artist dons her stage persona, Mo Racks, something unpredictable and raw starts to take over – something that brings a passion and aggressiveness to the music scene.

Her most recent single, “Smoke,” is the perfect example of this unique style of music. Combining the flavors of R&B and hip-hop with the House music that’s more native to her home country of South Africa, “Smoke” explores the relationship drama that can come from and up-and-down romance. It’s a song that showcases her ability to both sing and rap, while also bringing a powerful beat that demands listeners to move. Though it’s only been out for a short time, it has already garnered some major attention from fans all over the U.S. “I started my career about four years ago in South Africa making House music,” Mo Racks said.

“I’m a singer, and I have always listened to R&B music. I’ve also always felt shy and it wasn’t until I discovered rap music that I found this outlet to express what was in my heart and my head. I write all my songs. I feel like people receive my message better in a rap than just singing. I’m still doing both things in my music, and this song is kind of a perfect blend of everything that I do.”

The single will be one of six on an upcoming EP that she said is set to drop in mid-February. All of the songs on that EP will deal with the experiences of her life and the journeys she has taken to get to where she is today in her career.

“This EP will really be about getting to know me and how I am as a musician,” she said. “I don’t say much or speak much on a daily basis, but through my music you can get to know me.

Everything in this EP is true and has happened to me or I’ve seen it – and I put it all into song. Coming from a family of entertainers – my mom was a model and my grandma was a dancer – I always knew what it looked like to entertain other people. But now I’m taking it to another level, and this EP is my first steps toward taking it further and trying to go international.”

Mo Racks worked with engineer Alexey Vonorov on the EP and said she credits a lot of his work for the unique sound that comes through on the project. She also said the EP is just the first of many new projects to come this year, and she’s eager for fans to check out some of the new music she’s been working on.

To listen to Mo Rack’s music, or to follow her on social media, please visit:
http://www.instagram.com/HillaryOfficial

Smoove’L Da Finesser – Victoria Secret

Young Brooklyn rapper set to light up in the music
industry with new sound and style

BROOKLYN, NY – Lefty Frizzel Sanders Jr. – better known as Smoove’L Rapper – is a hot up-and-coming young artist whose diverse music is making a splash across the country. If you haven’t heard of him yet, it’s time to sit up and pay attention.

Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, this young man grew up in the notorious 44 Park neighborhood of Brooklyn. Like many from that neighborhood, he grew up looking for a way out. For much of his young life, that way out was basketball. He excelled at the sport. But by high school he got into trouble and suspensions and expulsions piled up, making it impossible for him to play for any varsity team. Desperate for something else, he started exploring his skills as a rapper.

Smoove’L said, “My mom did everything she could do to provide for us.  So I’m forever in her debt. On top of that, I’m extremely inspired by the things I didn’t have.”

The inspiration for hip-hop came from his friend, Bryce who introduced him to names like Chief Keef, A Boogie wit da Hoodie, and Bobby Brown. Pretty soon Smoove discovered he had a natural talent for lyricism, and a pretty good voice. He joined a group called CLN, and they dropped a song called “Call My Phone” after graduating from 8 th grade. That song went on to gain nearly 300,000 plays on Soundcloud. It was enough to get him hooked, and he hasn’t looked back since. He’s released multiple singles and a couple of mixtapes over the past couple of years, and has been steadily gaining a fan-base. Most recently he released the singles

“Victoria Secret” – which tells the story of his journey so far – and “Fantasy” – which is about the neighborhood he grew up in and the people who are always faking it and living in a “fantasy world.” Both singles showcase his adept ability to weave lyrics, and both showcase his unique vocal talents in incredible ways. And more than anything, his body of work to date shows off a musician who is comfortable in any genre of music.

“I’m more of a storyteller than anything else, but you can put me on trap beats or soul beats or I can do pop or I can do hype beats,” he said. “I sing and I’m lyrical and I can rap. When you put that lyrical and that storytelling together it makes it great. I also don’t do the things to get attention that a lot of other artists out there do. I don’t have tattoos. I don’t do no drugs. I don’t have a jail record. I don’t need tattoos or to ride hell to get attention. If you know you have talent, just go with it. And that’s what I want my music to be known for. I’m a guy who is telling the truth. I’m real. I’m lyrical. I’m versatile. And with my music you will always get a positive vibe.”

Ultimately, Smoove’L said he hopes people will listen to his music and know that they can achieve whatever they set their minds to. He said he hopes his life is an example of someone who life said wouldn’t make it, but with hard work and talent he was able to carve a niche in the music industry and make a name for himself.

To listen to Smoove’L Rapper’s music, or to follow him on social media, please:
https://www.instagram.com/smooove_lefty/
https://mobile.twitter.com/BIG4SmooveL
http://www.soundcloud.com/finkledaboss
Facebook: Lefty Sanders (Smoove L)
“Victoria Secret”
https://open.spotify.com/track/37w1EpiFVk07mByg18pvLC?si=_9pF6r-KS7m09EAddd9ZBQ

No Image – Cadence

Texas artist “No Image” hits the scene with his latest single “Cadence”

I see that we have some hot new talent out of Texas. No Image could very well be on his way to putting Austin, Texas on the map. The name “No Image” represents exactly what it is No Imageno brand, just pure music and soul. He doesn’t have one particular style per se, he fuses a multitude of sounds together and delivers multi-genre creations.

Its dope how he integrates a particular style/sound in his music while keeping it versatile and each its own. If you listen to “Running” it sounds totally different from “Take me to Paradise” but both tracks have a signature sound which can be found in most of his songs. You may notice some similarities with “Fan Now” and “Cadence“, but each song has its own sound, and creates its own vibe. On top of having witty lyrics, No Image creates deep, meaningful stories and has well crafted music you might want to give this guy a chance!

When we spoke with No Image about this track he said “I tried to find a new sound that would captivate any listener. I believe I have done that with CADENCE. It is a very wavy yet dark song. It puts you in the mind of the artist and takes you on a journey to explore creative talent while being in your own body.

If he keeps bringing the heat like this he could very well be next to make it! With more than 270,000 streams on Spotify “Cadence” is already reaching the people!

The hook goes: “Ima have y’all baaannngin to my Caandeeeence, Ima go crazy til I make iiiiittt!” 4x

Ima have Y’all bangin, I swear ima make it, Im jus on the waitlist take it postdated cash it when Im famous” 1x

It’s no wonder why so many people are tuned in, besides the mega catchy hook “Cadence” has the sound everyone wants to hear. Don’t listen to me tho press play and listen to the song for yourself and you be the judge. Dj’s hit me up if you want to put this in rotation or you can catch up with him below!

Follow No Image on Spotify No Image and Instagram @Image_no

Rass Limit – Waterfall

Rass Limit puts Germany on the map
with unique hip-hop sound

COLOGNE, GERMANY – Most people don’t associate Germany with international hip-hop artists, but Ramon Manolo is on a mission to change that perception.

Better known by his stage name Rass Limit, this up-and-coming artist from Cologne, Germany wants to let the world know that he has more to offer than basic, same sound music. With stunning melodic layers and edgy vocal hooks, Rass is already capturing the imaginations of people all over the world with his tuneful music. Driven from a young age to create compelling music – even his name nods to that drive as a play on words for the idea of “passing the limits” – Rass Limit has managed to develop a truly inspiring and personal sound. Inspired by artists such as Post Malone, Juice WRLD and Lil Peep, he has created a unique sound and style that is refreshingly unpredictable yet warmly familiar.

Most recently he has released the single “Waterfall,” which showcases a smooth, mellow vibe across a timeless hip-hop beat that was produced by RoBeatz & Rass Limit himself. It’s a song That he said was inspired by an experience with an ex-girlfriend who was playing games with him.

“One day she had another man then the next day she said she didn’t have another man and she wanted me back,” Rass said. “So it’s a song about love, but it’s also a song that says it’s OK for a man to cry. We’re all human and I want to tell the people listening to the song that if you have problems it’s OK to cry.”

Going against the norm is a lot of what Rass wants to bring to the world through his music. His sound is separate from anyone else in the game because it comes from his personal experiences and a journey that has seen him deal with and overcome bouts of depression. Along the way he has faced many obstacles that were seemingly impossible to overcome, but he did it and has steadily put together a career that he knows is poised to take a big leap forward.

“People say I’m German and can’t be successful in America or other places of the world, but just last year I had a meeting with Arista Records and got some good exposure,” he said. “I’ve also had one major YouTuber called: Rewinside promoting my music and I have 11,000 monthly listeners on my Spotify already after only two months. That’s why I tell people that I want my music to be known for my passion to overcome any limits. When someone says I can’t so something, I tell them I can. Some people won’t even try, but you have to try. That’s what Rass Limit is all about – the passion to overcome any obstacle in your life. Go past the limit.”

Rass Limit said “Waterfall” is the first single off an upcoming mixtape called “Play,” which he hopes to release by the end of March or possibly mid-April. The project will feature a variety of styles, but mostly stay true to the R&B, rap and Emo lanes he’s trying to explore through his music.


To listen to Rass Limit’s music, or to follow him on social media, please visit:
https://www.twitter.com/rasslimit
https://www.instagram.com/rasslimit
https://www.facebook.com/rasslimit
https://soundcloud.com/rasslimit
https://open.spotify.com/artist/5wotSJsaxfYc39pyRKK2cL?si=wPdwsYp1Rh-F2OERqNc9bw

Nealy – The Passion of Rapping

Nealy’s new album offers fans a variety of ‘good vibes’

RALEIGH, NC – Justin Nealy is the kind of guy you just love to hang out with. He always has been. For as long as he can remember he’s had a natural talent for making people happy. And it just so happens that the best way he does that is through music.

When it comes to his artistry, his music serves as the backdrop for a true entertainer. He loves to record music, but he loves to perform it for a live audience even more. His most recent project is an album called “Paper Products” that he said he’s excited for fans to hear, and which he can’t wait to bring to people for some live performances over the next few months.

The project is a diverse offering of different sounds and styles that he hopes will be attractive to a wide variety of listeners. It features his unique sound and style that mixes clever wordplay laced with subtle humor that often leads to deeper ideas, all within a beat and vibe that people can enjoy.

“People can’t relate to a lot of the rap out there, but they jump to it because that’s what’s on the radio,” Nealy said. “I want people to understand me and know where my heart is when I’m writing music. And I want them to feel it the same way I feel it. My songs always depend on the beat. If I find something I like, I’ll listen to it over and over until I get the feel of it, and then I ask myself, ‘What can that feeling represent? Is it about love, or is it a club song, or is it a song that’s just for cruising and having a good time and smoking with my buddies?’ I never have an idea of the song until I actually fully feel the song I’m about to write to, and when it comes together I know others are gonna feel it, too.”

A perfect example of that is the debut single from the album, “The Passion of Rapping.” It’s a song that serves as an announcement to the world that his pursuit of success within the music industry is a serious endeavor that others should take seriously, too. It’s a song that proves he really can rap, and it perfectly encapsulates all the things he represents as an artist – funny, serious, cool and a little bit different. A music video for the single is due to drop in mid-to-late November.


In the meantime, anyone who wants to listen to Nealy’s music or follow him on social media
can visit:
https://www.facebook.com/Nealy21/
https://www.instagram.com/_nealy_21/
https://twitter.com/JustinNealy21
http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/brand-recognition/1436746839
Snapchat: @LarryHoopin
“The Passion of Rapping”
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=uanN69h8saQ

Memphis Maccie – Juice ft. Taye Levell & Ja’Ryan

Memphis Maccie brings West Coast and South together in new album ‘Tale of Two Cities’

PORTLAND, OR – Much like his new album, Memphis Maccie is an artist whose style tells the “Tale of Two Cities.” Originally from Memphis, Tennessee, his Southern grit is a prominent feature on his music, but couples in unique ways with the West Coast style he’s adopted after having moved to Portland, Oregon.

“Tale of Two Cities” is his third project, but the first with any kind of financial or promotional backing. It’s a project that introduces his unique sound and style to the larger world, while also laying some background of who he is and where he’s from in ways that will relate to a wide audience.

“I grew up in Memphis and lived a lot of years gang banging there,” he said. “But I’ve moved to Portland, which has a completely different sound. So now I’m bringing the West Coast and the South together into one project. I’m a Southern dude with West Coast beats who’s putting Southern rap over the top. And within that I’m very versatile, gritty and graphic. I can give you a picture of what’s going on. My sound can be explicit sometimes, where you cringe in a way, but it’s also very truthful. All of my lyrics are based in truth.”

It’s that realism that Memphis Maccie said he’s hoping he becomes known for as more people get to know his name and become familiar with his music. He wants people to know that when they listen to his music they’re going to get more truth and facts and real-life situations, occasionally mixed with metaphors for real-life scenarios.

“I believe that you have a responsibility when you’re rapping and people are listening to you,” he said. “You have a responsibility to tell the truth, not just some bullshit music to listen to for a while and ride around to and perpetrate a whole different lifestyle. That only lasts for as long as that one song. True truthful music can last for a lifetime and you can take it wherever you go.”

That mindset is one that was developed within him at a young age as he watched others around him build careers within the music industry. He said he has fond memories of growing up around Beale Street watching artists such as BB King, Isaac Hayes and Al Green embrace the idea of realism in their music and literally build a genre around storytelling. As a teenager he remembers hearing Bone Thugs N Harmony, and when he first tried to spit lyrics as fast as they did, he got a lot of encouragement from friends and family – which eventually led to him pursuing music as a full-time career.

“Tale of Two Cities” is due for wide release across all digital distribution sites on Oct. 15.

To listen to Memphis Maccie’s music or to follow him on social media, please visit:
https://twitter.com/memphmac
https://www.instagram.com/memphmacc/
https://www.facebook.com/memph.macc
https://soundcloud.com/memphis-maccie

Judah – Ferrari and Lambo | @JudahLocke

Nigerian artist Judah sets Spotify ablaze with his single Ferrari & Lambo

Judah released his first single “Ferrari and Lambo”, in March, 2018, his second, Rollie, in April, and he released his debut EP No Stress on April 27, 2018.

Since his initial single’s release, Judah has garnered over 300 thousand total streams on “Ferrari & Lambo” alone and half a million total streams over his 5 song project!!

Follow Judah on social media! Spotify:  @Judah Twitter: @JudahLocke Instagram: @Judah_Locke

Additional: Judah released his first single, Ferrari and Lambo, in March, 2018, his second, Rollie, in April, and his debut EP No Stress on April 27, 2018. The EP showcases Judah’s ability to blend the bass heavy trap beat scene with melodic rhythms and a Nigerian undertone. Since his initial single’s release, Judah has garnered over 300 thousand total streams on Ferrari & Lambo alone and half a million total streams over his 5 song catalog.

Judah was also a winner of a radio commercial giveaway on iHeart radio’s Miami hip hop station, 103.5 the beat. My music has also spun on various stations and I’ve done multiple live performances as well as radio interviews. All of this in a span of 5 and a half months when I released my first single.

Stream Ferrari and Lambo by Judah on these awesome playlists on Spotify!!