KingDarius TheGreat – Nike Check | @1stKing_Darius

The ATL Rapper KingDarius TheGreat Blesses Us With A New Single “Nike Check”

KingDarius TheGreat makes infectious, jaw dropping material, he is a veteran Mc who never ceases to amaze and deliver memorable content for the people.

Today our main focus is the brand new single “Nike Check”, a club banger / summertime anthem worthy smash titled !!

Produced by Hit James, NIKE CHECK is loaded with swaggerific punchlines, intense energy, along with a mixture of some heavy knowledge dropping by KingDarius TheGreat over a hard bass driven track!

Go ahead and take a listen, I’m sure the sounds of NIKE CHECK will leave any hip-hop lover feeling victorious as if the Goddess of Victory herself NIKE is present! Enjoy!

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Siciliano – Replay

Italian-American rapper Siciliano pays homage
to heritage with new album ‘Sunday Dinner’

RICHMOND, VA – Traditions and heritage are extremely important to Anthony Simonetti. Growing up in The Bronx among an Italian-American family, he remembers keenly the things that his friends and family would do that were homage to his Italian heritage. One of his fondest memories and something which he still participates in today is Sunday Dinner – the time every week when friends and family gather around the dinner table to share a good meal while connecting with one another. It’s one of those quintessential traditions that people all over the world can point to as a marker of the Italian heritage.

As a musician, Simonetti – who goes by the stage name Siciliano – wants to capture the emotions that come from moments like that and celebrate the elements of his Italian heritage that he loves and for which he is so proud. But unlike many from within the Italian population, he’s choosing to do it with hip-hop music.

“My whole heritage means everything to me, but hip-hop wasn’t a huge part of that type of community where I grew up,” he said. “But growing up in The Bronx, it is impossible not to hear rap music. It was something that was always around me, even in the very Italian area of The Bronx where I grew up. There were a lot of rappers coming from The Bronx and making it big and that drew my attention. When I started learning that there were people not far from where I grew up who were making it and repping who they are and their people, I knew it was something I also wanted to do for Italians. That’s when I started making my own certain rhyming scheme that’s kind of a mix-and-match style.”

That unique sound and style is displayed perfectly on his new album, “Sunday Dinner.” It’s a project that was born from his desire to capture elements of his heritage and pair it with sounds inspired by some of the greatest musicians along the East Coast. The album features a number of artists from Richmond, and even has two tracks on which Siciliano is more of a feature than the main artist. But bringing people together through music is what he wants to do with his career, not only because he knows it makes for great music but also because it’s a nod to what the Italian tradition is all about.

“That’s what ‘Sunday Dinner’ is all about,” he said. “That’s a huge thing for Italians. And the idea for me as a musician, especially with this album, is to find the best talent out there and bring them to the table. It’s never gonna be just about me. I’m always bringing other people to the table and making it more about good music than about me as an individual.”

The debut single on the album, “Replay,” features producer Keith Blvck who Siciliano said is one of his favorite musicians to work with. It’s a song that the two of them recorded in one studio session in one of those moments where everything comes together easily and “the magic just happens.” It’s a song about living his lifestyle and how the things of life are so good that you want to put them on replay and live them over and over again. A music video for the single is in the works and should drop by May. He’s also working on music videos for the singles “At The Party” and “Too Hard On Em.” Siciliano also said there’s a potential for a smaller EP to drop later this year but right now, he’s focusing on promoting “Sunday Dinner” and showing off his unique skills to the world.

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

http://www.officialsiciliano.net/
https://www.facebook.com/RealSiciliano/
https://www.instagram.com/siciliano_king/
https://twitter.com/SimonettiSource
https://twitter.com/SicilianoMusic
https://www.youtube.com/c/TheOfficialSimonettiSource
https://open.spotify.com/artist/5oVxzzrcHYSeIOpjKDLXuh?si=tjcwaDZfSFGuR7Ec9FQKRw

Michael Wavves – On Me ft Kevin Flum @KFlum @MichaelWavves

Michael Wavves Pushes The Boundaries Of Hip-Hop Music Forward
With His Latest Single ‘On Me’ Ft Kevin Flum

Hailing from Lancaster, PA, Michael Wavves has been steadily growing his fanbase through grassroots touring and constant releases. After dropping his debut EP ‘Nights on Vine,’ which peaked at #54 on the iTunes Hip-Hop charts, Wavves hit the road on his ‘Nights on Vine Tour.’ His energetic performances packed rooms throughout northeastern United States, with a notable sold-out show in Philadelphia. As Michael Wavves gears up for his next EP release, ‘Purple Heart,’ he has been flooding the internet with high-quality singles. ‘On Me’ with Kevin Flum being the next of those releases.

Wavves and Flum previously connected on the notable single ‘Day One,’ which was a part of Flum’s charting EP ‘The Wake Up.’ ‘On Me’ is a record that mixes club tempo and Hip-Hop edge, with Wavves crooning a high-pitched bouncy hook and Flum adding a swagger-filled first verse. The two go bar for bar as they detail the woman they want to spend a check on. This track is the anthem for that night out with your crew as you search for your one-night-only companion.

Add ‘On Me’ by Michael Wavves and Kevin Flum to your Spotify playlist and stream it on all digital music outlets now!

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Instagram: @michaelwavves @kflum
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www.michaelwavves.com
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Ben Grizz – Steak and Rice

Ben Grizz Keeps Charts Hot with “Expensive Taste”

FITCHBURG, MA – If you want to know who’s currently making his bid to become Massachusetts’ next hip-hop star, look no further than Ben Grizz. Growing up around the music, Ben often found himself dabbling into it. He only started buckling down in efforts to grow his career as an artist about a year ago. The growth is impressive because ever since then, he has taken his talents to the next level.

Ben describes the past year as a complete rollercoaster. With developing his sound and perfecting his craft, he’s navigated all of the ups and downs that come with it. “It’s been an experiment finding out what works and what doesn’t. I like to make club music, but I don’t define myself by a genre. I bring a lot to the table,” said Grizz. Adding to that, the artist tells us how genuine he is not only through his music, but also in everyday life. His sound is what he refers to as old school warmth with a modern day punch.

Last October, Ben released his fan-favorite EP “Expensive Taste”. Since then, his music has circulated radio charts, especially hip-hop focused ones. “I’ve gotten some really positive feedback since the release. The album release party sold out, and it was wild. People are really loving it,” said Ben. The album reflects on a lifestyle that the artist lives out each day. Through this, fans can get a peek into his world, which is always respectable.

What’s coming up next in the world of Ben Grizz? This weekend, he has a show in Fitchburg, MA, which will likely have a packed house. He tells us fans can expect a lot more from him, especially from a visual perspective. If you’re in Austin for SXSW, make sure to check him out- he will be there keeping the stage hot!

To listen to Ben Grizz’s music, or to follow him on social media, please visit:
http://www.bengrizz.com/
https://twitter.com/bengrizz978
https://www.instagram.com/bengrizz978/
https://www.facebook.com/Bengrizz978
http://youtube.com/c/BenGrizz
“Steak and Rice”
https://open.spotify.com/album/437EvISozfQhAzjAQx65gr?si=faYGsrWdSAq6ZctX6deRNA

SubMuzik Boss is growing artist on Spotify! | Twt: @SubMuzikBoss

SubMuzik Boss Is Making A Name On Spotify And In The Streaming World!

His singles continue to reach more and more people. We thank the readers for all of your support we couldn’t help artists reach more people without you staying tuned in!

Finally after years of waiting and putting in hard work SubMuzik boss has released his first album titled “Dope Vibes” Last year when “About time” came out it was a great mixtape, with a nice amount of feedback. It made SubMuzik Boss push harder to release what he needs to do.

Good Feelings” recently broke the 4000 stream mark, “No Cap” is on the way to 7,000 streams, he tipped 10,000 streams with “Pull Up” and SubMuzik has released his first single of 2019 titled “Excuses“. Be on the lookout for us to cover that joint as well.

Dope vibes is a project where each song is literally a different feel and vibe, with production from Derelle Rideout,mills,dj Pain 1, Vyruz, and SubMuzik Boss himself. They all together to create something different and that is needed in today’s music industry.

You can tell a lot of hard work and dedication came into play with this album and we can’t wait to see what SubMuzik does next! Click the link below to go to stream the full “Dope Vibes” project on Spotify!

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Sire Castro – My Vest

Sire Castro drops hot new track ‘My Vest’ just in time for New Year

BRONX, NY – If you were to Google the name Sire Castro, you’d likely find stories about a  very controversial battle rap with another up-and-coming rapper about a decade ago that took place in New York City in front of Sean Diddy Combs and the Bad Boy staff. There’s footage all over the Internet of that battle, and Castro became an overnight name because of that one event. But he isn’t an artist who can be encapsulated in just one moment. In fact, he’s a successful musician who has been producing hit after hit for more than just the past 10 years. Like his namesake, Fidel Castro, he’s taking the music scene by storm and impacting an entire country.

Today, Sire Castro is launching a new single called “My Vest.” It’s a remake of the 1989 single “Too Hype” by the group In Touch – a song that was huge back in its day. Castro said he’s tapping into that success and using it to turn the song into a street version of the popular track.

“It’s a throw-back to a song that was hype back in the days, but I’m re-inventing it all over again,” he said. “My versatility and delivery set me apart from anyone else out there. The tone of my voice, also.  I want to be known for having a distinctive sound. Half these rappers today sound the same, but my style is different and I don’t want to sound the same as anyone else. That’s why I took the name Sire Castro – Sire means ‘You’re majesty,’ and Castro was the old king of Cuba who nobody messed with. Nobody dared to test him, and he impacted an entire country. That’s what my music is about.”

Castro said he first started being interested in rap when he was only 5 or 6 years old. His father was a DJ and loved music, and Castro grew up with that environment and influence. At age 8 he saw the classic hip-hop film “Krush Groove,” and a flame was sparked. Not long after he dominated at a fifth grade talent show with an original rap, and from that moment forward he never looked back. He credits legends such as Notorious BIG and Jay-Z for influencing much of his career, and he prides himself in paying homage to the styles of the old-school rappers and bridging the gap from those legends to the modern-day sounds that are popular across the country.

Over the course of his career he has dropped hits such as “Gem Em Cash,” “A Week Ago,” and “18 Wheeler.” He has also collaborated with some big name sin the game, including: Jadakiss, Styles P, Queen Patra, AZ, French Montana, Cory Gunz, and RIP Stack Bundles. He has performed on the notorious SOB’s stage in New York, and has toured in other states such as California, Miami, North Carolina, Baltimore, Washington D.C. and Atlanta.

This South Bronx lyrical assassin said he plans to continue his streak of hits with “My Vest,” and aims to use the success of that single as momentum going into the album he’s currently working on and which will release mid-year 2019.

To listen to Sire Castro’s music, or to follow him on social media, please visit:
www.twitter.com/sirecastromusic
www.instagram.com/sirecastromusic
www.facebook.com/sircastromusic
https://soundcloud.com/sirecastromusic

Mexico Baby – Diddy

Mexico Baby launches new club-banger ‘Diddy’

ALBANY, GA – When Robert McCluster was a young boy growing up on the streets of Ashburn, Georgia, he used to listen to a lot of hip-hop legend Young Scooter. His catchphrase was “Little Mexico,” and as a young boy who’s skin tone often had him mistaken as being from Latino decent, McCluster always would chuckle whenever he’d hear Young Scooter say the line. It caught on with other people in his life, and eventually McCluster was known around town and amongst friends as Mexico Baby.

The name has stuck and today he’s launching a music career under the stage name Mexico Baby. Though he started rapping soon after hearing Young Scooter and being impressed by the legend Michael Jackson during his youth, it wasn’t until age 19 that he began taking rap seriously. A run-in with the law was what woke him up, and during some time in jail he began to write his life experiences and feelings into song lyrics. By the time he was released he had an archive of good songs ready to be recorded.

“My style is different, with different vibes and different topics,” he said. “I do rap a lot about money and females, but every story that comes out of my mouth is the truth. When you hear my music you can know I’m for real.”

Mexico Baby said his mother has been a big influence in his life – helping him pick up the pieces of his life after being released from jail and encouraging him to pursue his dreams of being a professional musician. He also points to Gucci Man as a huge musical inspiration. His new single, “Diddy,” is one that came out of a combination of those influences and his own personal experiences. It’s a club vibe that will make listeners bob their heads, but it has a deeper message that Mexico Baby said he hopes people will pay attention to so as to avoid the mistakes he’s made.

“I wrote the song because I was on the way back from jail and I had a lot on my mind,” he said. “In the song I’m doing what I’m trying to get out of doing. I hope people appreciate the work I’ve put into it. I just want to be the best I can be and to go down in history as one of the best. I know what I’m capable of, and I just want to be known as being myself and making music that encourages others to be themselves and not try to be like anybody else.”

To listen to Mexico Baby’s music, or to follow him on social media, please visit:
https://www.instagram.com/mexicobaby_19/
https://mobile.twitter.com/Mexico_Baby1
https://soundcloud.com/mexicobaby1

Junior Boy – Wit Dat

Junior Boy stirs the soul with deeply introspective music

FORT MYERS, FL – There are only a handful of musicians through the years whose music goes beyond merely sounding good and actually touches the soul of an individual. Florida-based artist Junior Boy is on a journey to create that kind of music for the world.

It wasn’t always his life’s mission to create soul-stirring music, though. In fact, though music has always been something he’s connected with deeply over the years, it was never something he considered doing on his own until the death of his father in 2008. He was 13 at the time, and his father – who was a self-made millionaire – was murdered. As a young teenager who was already shy and who didn’t know how to deal with the turmoil of his emotions, he found himself often locked in his room listening to music. It didn’t take long for the music to touch his soul and pull out words that he didn’t even know he had within him. He started writing, and soon discovered that music offered an outlet for him to speak to people and to tell his story. And when he shared that music with others, he was pleasantly surprised to discover that it inspired them, as well.

“That’s when I took on the name Junior Boy,” he said. “My dad was a Junior, but I’m not. I took on his name so that he lives forever through me. I’ve had a hard life, but I’m not looking to be any type of tough guy or have a tough image. My goal is to speak for the souls who need to hear it. My goal is to inspire and uplift through the message of my pain and my story. I feel like I can be relatable to so many others that when you listen to my music you can’t help but feel it. My ultimate goal is to inspire somebody and touch somebody’s soul. When people play my music I want them to get chills through their whole body.”

Those chills are coming in spades with the release of Junior Boy’s new single, “Wit Dat.” It’s a song that details the ins-and-outs of his daily life, giving fans an in-depth look at the real-life story from his past two years. He said it’s a song that not only directs positive energy toward all the hatred around him and the people who want to see his downfall, but also showcases the positive steps he’s taken to come up and make it out of a tough situation. Ultimately it’s a song that he said speaks for multitudes of people all around the world.

“I’m being the voice for the millions of people who can’t speak up,” he said. “I feel like I’m different from what’s going on in the music industry today because I’m giving you quality music and quality content. A lot of artists today aren’t giving you anything, they’re just making it catchy to make it viral and there’s no substance to the music. That’s why I really respect artists who touch your soul. Take Adele, for instance. When I hear Adel – who is in a whole different genre from what I do – she’s telling you about her life and her relationships. And when you really listen to what she’s saying, it’s heart-felt. That’s what I’m doing, only in my genre, which is hip-hop and rap.”

Junior Boy said he plans to continue releasing singles over the next year so as to build a fanbase before putting together a full album. A music video for “Wit Dat” is currently available on his YouTube channel.

To listen to Junior Boy’s music, or to follow him on social media, please visit:
https://twitter.com/JuniorBoyTiDT
https://www.instagram.com/juniorboytidt/
https://www.facebook.com/juniorboy.tidt
www.Youtube.com/juniorboy/tidt
“Wit Dat” Official Music Video
https://youtu.be/Gg2yIkKxj0I

Lil Poots – Trap Chronicles

Self-made man Lil Poots uses stories of survival to connect with fans

SAVANNAH, GA – A lot of people from Lil Poots neck of the woods grow up wanting to rap. The Southern Georgia native has grown up, like many other aspiring rappers, in the midst of the struggle. And like many other aspiring rappers, his point of view is one that explores a life of survival.

But to think of Lil Poots like every other aspiring rapper would be a mistake. His delivery, his sound and his style are all ingredients that make him stand out from the crowd. And his stories from the struggle aren’t what one would normally think of – he’s rapping about the truth and weaving in tales of relationships and love along the way.

“I just write about how I feel at the time or what I’m going through at the time,” Lil Poots said of the things that inspire him to create new music. “I just go in the studio and just freestyle until I find what I want. Most of my music is about a life of survival that a lot of people don’t get to know about, but lately I’ve been writing about a lot of what’s going on the streets. I also have one song that I wrote recently that’s about this chick I used to think about all the time.

Everybody sounds like somebody else, but I only sound like myself. There’s only one Poots.” Lil Poots emphasizes through his music that he is a self-made man. He grew up with a single mother with 3 children who worked her hardest to take care of all of them. He saved enough money on his own to move out to California to pursue his dreams. Once he got to California, he cleared out his closet to build a makeshift home studio. He got software and a laptop and started making music. As he developed as an artist and got better, he expanded his studio into a shed behind his house and began to “scratch my own stuff.” He’d freestyle in his own studio and organically come upon great lyrics that he’d scramble to write down before he forgot them.

“I would do whatever I gotta do to get where I want to get,” he said. “Nobody has helped me. No one has helped record my music. I just did it on my own. When people I hung out with used to drink and do crazy stuff, I would always say I was gonna be a rapper. I’d write down song and show my friends, and they liked it. I’ve always brought my own little energy and ad-libs, and I’m making it happen.”

Most recently Lil Poots released a party song called “It’s Going Down,” which is currently available on all digital downloading sites. It’s a song that he said is “just turnt,” with a hard beat and an upbeat vibe. He is also getting ready to release another single called “Trap Chronicles,” which he said is based on the mindset of a trapper and hustler.

To listen to Lil Poots music, or to follow him on social media, please visit:
https://www.instagram.com/lilpoots_/
https://audiomack.com/search?q=lilpoots
https://soundcloud.com/leonard-roberts-965227959/
https://m.soundcloud.com/leonard-roberts-965227959/its-going-down?ref=instagram

Submuzik Boss – No Cap ft Mills | @Submuzikboss

Midwest native Submuzik Boss has a slappin new single that came thru the inbox, this one is titled ‘No Cap’. Give it a few spins, follow on Spotify, and add this with your favorite tracks on your Spotify playlists.

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