Berry Goodz Ft. Ms. Shica – Always Down (Video)

 

Berry Goodz recruits Ms. Shica for the new single/video “Always Down” produced and directed by legendary hitmaker D/R Period.

The visuals depict falling in love while growing up in Brooklyn.  Over impeccable production, the duo brings it back to the b-ball courts where puppy love all began. It’s evident, the chemistry and vibe between Berry Goodz and Ms. Shica emanate a loyal bond found in classics such as “Brown Sugar” and “Love and Basketball.”  Watch “Always Down” below.

Hip Hop Movement Launches Podcast (News)

Ron ” Bee-Stinger” Savage former member of the New York State Democratic Committee, Civil Rights Activist, and owner of the Hip Hop Movement, launches the official Hip Hop Movement Podcast.

Ron Savage continues to innovatively push the Hip Hop Movement forward and expand the brand. With its channel on ROKU TV exceeding over 28,000 streams, it’s now time to launch a podcast. The official Hip Hop Movement Podcast will range from societal issues, interviews, special guests, music, and more. The Podcast will be streamed on major platforms including Spreaker, Spotify, Deezer, Podcast Addict, and iHeartRadio.

“The Hip Hop Movement began at the birth of Hip Hop with no official capacity use, just a name people used to be part of this new trend called Hip Hop decades ago. In 1990 I gave it elements, the six elements to be exact which are consciousness awareness, civil rights awareness, activism awareness, justice & political awareness, and community awareness in music.”

For more info on Ron “Bee-Stinger” Savage and the Hip Hop Movement streaming channel on ROKU TV and the new podcast, please connect below.

Ron “Bee-Stinger” Savage

“Hip is the Culture Hop is the Movement”

Owner of the Hip Hop Movement Servicemark

Hip Hop Movement (R)

Hip Hop Movement Steaming Channel on ROKU TV (Stream the official Hip Hop Movement on Roku & Amazon Firestick by using the Fiverr service at  https://www.fiverr.com/ronsavage or type hip hop movement in its search bar)

www.hiphopmovement.us

www.ronaldsavage.com

The Real Simba – How I Move (Video & Interview)

The Real Simba is climbing indie charts with his latest single and video “How I Move” available on all major platforms.

The young, Jamaican New Yorker delivers a pulsating track the defines his moves regarding money, music, and women.

As a young artist taking over the NYC scene, The Real Simba pays no mind to those clapping their mouths and hating on him. Let them keep talking and move frantically while this young King is moving with heavy pockets lined with Gucci from head to toe.

The blend of knocking bass and striking trap tones are sure to have music enthusiasts worldwide shaking and moving through the streets right into the clubs. Watch “How I Move” and check out our exclusive interview below.

MJ:  Give everyone a brief background on who Simba is.

Simba: “Simple Intellect Makes The Boy Amazing” I was born and raised in Jamaica and came here when I was about 7, so I have a big reggae influence. I landed in Mount Vernon where I fell in love with Hip Hop culture and since then I’ve been in love with music. I used to write poems then it evolved to songs, and a lot of my music is upbeat, fun, loving, inspirational, and real heartbreaking. I try to cover every aspect of me as a person and emotionally. But overall, I’m just a fun-loving kid from the ‘Ville with a dream, goal, passion, and drive.

MJ:  You’re a young artist who created his own lane and carved a name for himself in the music industry. Talk about that ladder climb and some of your strategies along the way.

Simba: It’s tough to keep it real, it’s a lot of hard work and time that goes into my craft but also a lot of risks that must be taken. I’ve lost a lot of money from people saying they can do something that they never produced. Working with different personalities and balancing a social life is a struggle. but I devote my all to music because it’s my true passion.

MJ:  What are some challenges and some perks coming up in an evolved realm of Hip Hop?

Simba: Hip Hop is more than music it’s a culture, it’s a group of people and a lifestyle. The genre is plagued by some violence, but I’ve shifted from that aspect and focused on fun up-tempo and inspirational music. Hip Hop made me who I am now and in turn, it allowed me to create and express my ideas, thoughts, and emotions.

MJ: I’ll get to what the fans want to know…”How I Move”, take us back to the thought, creation, production, to the final product of the single that is chart-topping!

Simba: Ohh man hahaha that was a good day I was actually in the club dancing and some girl came up to me with a bottle she literally said” I like how you move.” I kept saying that over and over because it was just so funny and crazy. Then later that week I heard a beat and those same words came back to me and that’s where it began and took off. I ended up writing the entire song that day. Now I’ve just been on the road working and promoting the track and video and I’ve been getting so much love.

MJ: What are some projects in the works or upcoming endeavors you can share?

Simba: I’ve got some good stuff coming for the people that support me as a person and my music. “Handle With Care “is an R&B project that I’m working on that’s going to really put people in their feelings. “Dreams of the Sky” is a mire motivation project but also very upbeat, raw, and gritty.  There are some other secret projects I’m working on but y’all just going to have to stay tuned…

Connect with The Real Simba on  FACEBOOK   INSTAGRAM  TWITTER 

MC Snillow ft. Flak Gaza and HD Million – Scared of our Brothers (Video)

Time for a West Africa & U.S. collision in “Scared of our Brothers” by MC Snillow featuring Flak Gaza and HD Million.

The blend of worldly soundscapes and striking bass heighten the pivotal message delivered by the triple threat, which depicts the nationwide warfare between brothers. Instead of fighting and provoking violence, we need to unite and put our hands together. Flak Gaza’s intricate wordplay flows effortlessly over the vocal chorus igniting that NY Hip-Hop vibe. Watch “Scared of our Brothers” and connect below.

HD Million

FB: hdmilion dyce

Ig @hdmilion

Twitter @hdmilion

MC Snillow

Twitter @realmcsnillow

Instagram @kaponempire

Facebook @kaponempire

Flak Gaza

IG: flak_gaza

Twitter: flakgazaapproved1

Facebook: flak gaza

First Full Scale Indie Verzus Battle to be Broadcasted via DTF Radio

 

The Tuesday night fan favorite No Time for The Small Talk known for its multifaceted cast including its host D. Chamberz with the lyrical scratches of DJ. Oso they have continued to dominate Tuesday nights and bring quality entertainment based on today’s culture , hot topics, and more for the last few years. With the help of some of the best in the industry including Soundbyte management to bring the next level of entertainment in the form of a battle.

With the popularity of the Verzus battles during the COVID-19 culture the independent scene has turned to look for a platform to provide this type of entertainment with your favorite independent artists, and will become a staple for the independent culture.

Scheduled for tomorrow at DTF Radio Headquarters at 8pm the first battle is scheduled for Yung Cassius known for his record Million Dollar Walk and Handsome Balla a DJ Self Favorite known for his single “Love Her Anyway”.

The Battle will be set for a 10 song face off from 8pm – 10pm and will be aired on the DTF Radio App as well as the DTF Radio Network on Facebook, Youtube etc as well as @notime4thesmalltalk on instagram.

Make sure you follow @notime4thesmalltalk and see what is in store for you tomorrow.

For more inquiries contact @soundbytemgmt on any social media platform.

Scotty Mac – Get To Know Me (S-C-O- Double T-Y Mac) Single

Scotty Mac, a member of Long Island’s famed Dark Reign Royalty LLC, releases his new single “Get To Know Me (S-C-O- Double T-Y Mac).”

This club meets the streets banger will leave “ears handicapped.”  Over thumping bass the dominating wordsmith delivers a fierce message issuing rappers to fall back on the sidelines. One thing to note, Scotty Mac is far from fiction and on a steadfast mission. The catchy hook is sure to have Hip Hop heads pressing repeat. Stream “Get To Know” me and connect with Scotty Mac below.


www.instagram.com/mrmac040

www.facebook.com/scottymac40

www.twitter.com/ScottyMac40.

http://scottymacsite.wixsite.com/scottymacent 

Kony Brooks Teaches us the Way of The Streets in Ghetto Gospel

Bronx Native Kony Brooks known for his leadership in the Thot Boys collective and his singles Waist Trainer,  We Ballers, 3 Fifths , and by special mention Backpacks and M.L.Kony from his previous project Kony Island 2.   The lyrical giant opened up to us in his latest project All Hail The King showing us a side of him that many did not see. In his recent single Ghetto Gospel featuring Haddy Racks we were introduced to his world.

The story starts early in the morning , describing their life in the streets and what they have to live through on the day to day basis from dealing with home to the loyal and unloyal; something that we can all relate to. Could this be the lead single for a potential new project one can never know?

Leave your thoughts on the single below.

Follow him everywhere @konybrooks

Follow us everywhere @ivyproductions

Fantom of the Beat Ft. Rhymrcka “Look Out Boy” Video

2x Grammy-nominated Haas G (of The UMC’s) aka Fantom of the Beat and Rhymrcka exude incomparable producer/emcee chemistry in “Look Out Boy.” The single/video takes the lead off Fantom’s “Audiodrome” album, available everywhere music is sold.

Fantom of the Beat presents “Audiodrome” the album on Spotify and Apple Music

Fantom weaves together an intense blend of melodic soul, aggressive bass, and piercing drums as a canvas for Rhymrcka to flow over. The ‘look out’ theme is reiterated throughout the record by Rhymrcka’s cutthroat lyrics and punchlines.

Not new to the game, the streets, or life; this duo lead with transparent footsteps and eyes wide open. They’re able to shine in the day and move in darkness simply because they’re immune to haters and the snake-like venom they spew. Fantom and Rhymrcka are ahead of the ops, unloyal dime pieces, crews with hidden agendas, and even envious family members.

“Look Out Boy” is a simple message delivered NY style, leaving traces of armor, concrete chalk, and dusted flames behind.  Watch “Look Out Boy” and connect with NY’s notorious duo below.

Connect With Fantom of the Beat & Rhymrcka
Fantom of the Beat:
https://twitter.com/FantomoftheBeat 
https://www.instagram.com/fantom_of_the_beat/?hl=en%C2%A0%C2%A0
Rhymrcka:
https://twitter.com/rhymrcka
https://www.instagram.com/rhymrcka/?hl=en

TooBusy Ft. Billy Danze (M.O.P.) “Married To The Blues” Single/Video

TooBusy enlists Billy Danze (M.O.P.) for “Married to the Blues” single/video. As of late, Danze has been leading a mission to bridge the generational gap in Hip-Hop, which is evident throughout the track. The respected OG is recognized as the bad mother*cker he is, who paved lanes and gave everything to the game. Now he’s leading future generations of lyrical warriors down his signature, yet evolved lane.

“Married To The Blues” on Apple Music and Spotify 

Soulful, jazzy undertones from the sax weave through knocking bass to heighten the incomparable wordplay spewed from Danze. This is a tough record sure to have ageless Hip-Hop heads stuck on repeat.

Skanks The Rap Martyr ‘New Word Order’ LP

Crown Heights indie G.O.A.T Skanks The Rap Martyr, releases fully armed and rightfully titled ‘New Word Order’ album.

The 16-track album features a selection of elite artists including Uncle Nick, Tah Murdoc, G-Stats, Shatike Phenom, Tre Eiht Special, Chez Rocka, Ill Conscious, Forever Chosen, Ruste Juxx, P General, Stahhr, Napoleon Da Legend, Stephen James, and Bobby Stone.  Skanks also enlisted Endemic Emerald, Camouflage Monk, Frost Gamble, Sismograph, U.G., Leks, Greaseball Greezi, Tre Eiht Special, Phalo Pantoja, Easy Mo Bee, Crazy Beat, Astronote, Scvtter Brvin, and of course Kyo Itachi for production along with Buck Oner, Venom, and DJ Fastcut for classic scratches.

It’s been said to know Skanks is to know Hip-Hop, and after listening to ‘New Word Order’ that’s clearly an understatement. While effortlessly flowing over diversely mastered production, Skanks embodies every element and aspect of Hip-Hop culture, along with underlying societal issues.

Skanks blends comedic and political skits, pivotal spoken word, and intense wordplay to transcend listeners into a realm of hard truths, street combat, and confused, impressionable youth. As an independent artist, from ground zero, Skanks makes it a point and mission to utilize his ‘golden tongue’ to deliver imperative, influential messages. Messages that declare his hunger to make it without selling his soul…Messages that teach from the street law book, so proceed with caution…Messages that define loyalty and the importance of moving on the low to avoid snakes and most distinctively, messages that leave his name ringing through your core, unable to mispronounce ‘Skanks.’

The production covers a worldly canvas brimming with piano keys, horns, electrifying guitars, and knocking bass that intertwine with some jazz, soul, and of course gritty cadences. This eclectic and captivating arrangement heightens Skank’s incomparable lyricism and steers ‘New Word Order’ to unprecedented heights.

Stream/download Skanks the Rap Martyr ‘New Word Order’ on Bandcamp