Your first attempt at anything is a little rocky but when you prepare endlessly sometimes your first attempt can make a great impression.
Kada Bae knows all about preparation and making a great first impression as he releases his debut project “In Due Time”. Working wit some of the hottest up and coming producers and knowing how to use his distinctive voice to finesse tracks made this 12-track debut well worth the wait.
Charlotte, NC native Kada, born Curtis Lee made the best out of his situation as a kid in the hood and put his heart into sports, seeing it as a way to make it out. His plans to make it out were halted after being arrested at the age of 16, that’s where his love of music was born.
Kada is dropping his first single “On Me” from the project with visuals soon to follow. To keep up with Kada visit his website IAmKadaBae.com
After setting the past 6 or so months ablaze with visuals from his debut album ‘Return Of The Gap’; Madison Jay unleashes yet another visual for his recently released ’98 Freestyle!
Over the classic 1998 tracks “It’s Alright” from Jigga and “Blackout” from the Darkman X County! sets the booth on fire with bars like “I hear a lot of we(oui) but I ain’t French tho/D hop up out of the Chamberz like I’m French Tho” and “do they even fu*king serve soup on ‘ya plane/get in ‘ya lane, my cousin was slain/we still feel the pain, HUH”!
Check this now and look forward to brand new music from Madison Jay in 2017!
Directed by Mr. Jay White (@realmrjayw)
Full Length Track available on Soundcloud.com/themadisonjay
Purchase “Return Of The Gap” at these online retailers:
[iTunes] Madison Jay – Return Of The Gap – https://itunes.apple.com/album/id1116…
[Tidal] Madison Jay – Return Of The Gap – http://tidal.com/#!/album/60921812
[Spotify] Madison Jay – Return Of The Gap – https://open.spotify.com/album/0KJdMn…
[Amazon] Madison Jay – Return Of The Gap – https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B01FYR…
IG – @themadisonjay
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Dev Smith is a writer, filmmaker, and rapper from Fayetteville, NC. As a writer and filmmaker, his work has landed on television and digital for REVOLT TV, along with coverage from Huffington Post. His music is heavily influenced by life experiences. On Daylight featuring Antionette Jones, he brings us a melodic tune narrating the optimism every young adult must maintain while paying their dues, maintaining relationships, and pursuing goals.
Flexing is lyrical muscles, Dev Smith returns with a teaser track detailing the experience of mental baggage and bad habits; produced by Kenneth English.
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