B. Dvine ‘Times Have Changed’ EP

Long Island, NY emcee and producer B.Dvine releases highly anticipated EP titled ‘Times Have Changed.’ The 6-track EP features Hip-Hop pioneer and legend Erick Sermon, UK’s own Cuban Pete, D-Rage, and Xavia.

Dvine displays a mastered skillset in both production and rhymes to deliver an eclectic project that includes classic Hip-Hop vibes, a club ante, raw wordplay, and even something for the ladies.  “Selfless Pride” sets the EP off and Dvine’s moves in this new age and new dawn. Not new to the game, he knows the climb and prepared to trek new heights. Over knocking bass weaved into penetrating pulsations for a modern twist, Dvine reminds the world that he’s developed from negativity and now sees the bigger picture clearly. The empowering track sets a tone for the remaining tracks.

“Hush”, a worldly collaboration, dictates for less talk and more action. Simply put Dvine, Sermon, Pete, and D-Rage are winning bosses with receipts. The aggressive domination flows over a riveting kaleidoscope of cadences intended to shock the core.  “Don’t Mean Nuttin” piggybacks off “Hush.” Dvine puts rappers, the game, and outsiders on blast; while they aim to impress with fallacies, Dvine breaks everything down thread by thread.

“Come Alive” is the feel-good track of the EP. With alarming and cosmic soundscapes, this infectious anthem is ideal for a sleepless night out, busting moves on the dance floor, or bumping through the city. In “Chocolate Syrup”, Dvine shows off his lustful side with slick, yet sensual pillow talk. This is not your average Netflix and chill scenario, instead, Dvine commands his wordplay right into climax.

Dvine lays out a vivid timeline for listeners in “Mr. Dreams.” He takes us back to the vulnerable age of 15 when music and Hip-Hop were a passion then transcends to the moment his dreams greet reality. It began from digging in the crates, rhyming, creating beats with his own niche and twist, to rubbing elbows with industry execs and legends.  Dvine’s lyrical calisthenics drives a knife into doubters and even teachers who labeled him as hopeless.

Overall, ‘Times Have Changed’ embodies the growth of Dvine’s artistry and ability to curate timeless music during a period where Hip-Hop is ever-changing and steadily evolving. Stream ‘Times Have Changed’ and connect with B. Dvine below.

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Danielle Black “Finished?” Video

 

Danielle Black’s Bars, Vocals, & Visuals Dominate Indie Charts In “Finished?”

Sultry singer, songwriter, rapper, and actress Danielle Black releases electrifying, in your face visuals for “Finished?.” With her fierce and intense dominating being, Black addresses ‘Jadas’ (jealous haters) who blame her for their steady downfall. Her deliverance of slick lyrics and strong vocals are just a teaser attesting to her continual wins in the industry. Whether she’s spitting bars or singing, Black is the complete package Rah Rah Rah-ing all the way to the top while the others are Nah Nah Nah-ing on the sidelines.

The video depicts Black’s versatility as an artist, a woman, as well as an unbreakable pillar. Black coupling with a sleek snake throughout the video symbolizes her re-birth with no elbow room to deter her growth. Watch “Finished?” and connect with Danielle Black below.

Instagram @danielleblacktheguardian | Twitter @msblackmusic| YouTube | Web

Amadeus360 “A Serious Problem” Ft. M.O.P. & Teflon

It takes a dominating force with animalistic instincts to run through the boroughs with vigorous, lyrical gods as M.O.P and Teflon. With a lengthy and celebrated catalog under his belt, producer Amadeus360 fits the bill!

Amadeus360 lays down an impeccable, yet gritty blueprint and enlists NY’s infamous firing squad. The combination of concrete trembling bass and pulsating tones heightens the aggressive bars. His use of intermittent cuts and scratches sends listeners into a Hip Hop induced adrenaline rush, leaving the track on repeat!  Stream “A Serious Problem” and connect with Amadeus360 on Instagram and Twitter.

About Amadeus360

Devan Amadeus Clark is a 10-year beatmaker/production vet. He is celebrated as a former DJ in NYC and surrounding areas at The Tunnel, SOBs, Fat Beats, The Shadow, and many other distinguished venues. Amadeus spun records live for Lin Q and MC Lyte, and carries production credits to Jahrell Tha Starchild, The Brotherhood From the UK, and recently M.O.P and DV Alias Khyrst.

RIM Ft. Maffew Ragazino “Con Job” Video

RIM links with Maffew Ragazino for “Con Job” visuals, directed by Illa Ghee. The single/video is off RIM’s latest project titled Algorythyms, produced entirely by Tal Beats.

Over a mix of sinister and gritty cadences, the Brownsville lyricist captures the menacing truths behind being conned. Both RIM and Ragazino spew raw and veracious bars that depict pure NY Hip Hop. Always on the forefront, the duo never runs or hides, rather they continue to scheme lucrative wins. Watch “Con Job” and connect with RIM on Instagram and Twitter.

Stream/purchase ‘Algorythyms’ on preferred digital platforms

The Real Simba Gears Up For “Crazy” Single

Seasoned, Mt Vernon, NY artist The Real Simba is gearing up for his brand new, highly anticipated “Crazy” single.

Those familiar with Simba know the young artist delivers commanding wordplay with intense flows to captivate listeners, fans, and other artists around the world, and “Crazy” is no exception. Simba’s high energy mixed with core thumping bass and dramatic drums will have listeners raving through the streets and taking over the clubs.  Prepare for “Crazy” to hit digital platforms soon…

Connect with Simba on Facebook | Instagram | Twitter

Apple Music | Spotify | Soundcloud

About Simba

To be a fan of Simba is to be a fan of versatility, fast-paced storytelling, lyricism, and being captivated by the essence of superior music. Singles such as “Pen Game” and “Want it All” continue to gain the U.S and global momentum with over 92,000 + Soundcloud plays, and over 20,000 followers on social media outlets. Now at the peak of his career, Simba is performing alongside major artists and can be found on some of Hip Hop’s most distinguished stages and events such as SOB’s, Coast2Coast, and SXSW Festival.

Shameless Plug Releases “Bar Mitvah 1” Project

Brooklyn native Shameless Plug drops his latest 4-track project titled “Bar Mitvah 1” available on digital platforms.

The seasoned emcee delivers 4 diverse tracks brimming with pure NY vibes.  He offers listeners superb storytelling, a truth induced Brooklyn ode, as well as clever head-scratching punchlines. His impeccable flow and voice of conviction heighten his messages about leveling up, keeping it thorough, and earned pride through bad decisions.

“Bar Mitvah 1” embodies classic boom-bap blended with heavy bass, strumming tones, and soulful sounds of horns and piano keys. Stream the project and connect with Shameless Plug on Twitter and Facebook.

Coopuh! The Savage Unexpectedly Electrified Brooklyn

Coopuh! The Savage, who noticeably expanded his musical range in 2019 focusing on Rock and Hip Hop, recently electrified a packed venue in Brooklyn. Walking in with Rockstar attire and black nail polish, his performance and energy both captivated and shocked the crowd.

Hip Hop legend Mr. Cheeks and Ryan Verneuille of The Ryan Show were in attendance scouting new talent for their radio show and had this to say, “When the energy that “Coopuh! Hs on stage is matched by his fans it’s a sight to behold, this kid is a hell of a performer.”

Coopuh! The Savage displays no boundaries of genres in his music and can switch it up from trap screamo to R&B midway through a set or record. He is often compared to Trent Reznor as he writes all his own music and plays all the instruments during recording. Watch KolourStory’s “Didn’t Get Caught” video to get a feel of Coopuh! The Savage.

The Ryan Show Celebrates 1 Year of FM Radio

 

It’s been one year since The Ryan Show FM made its premiere on 98.1 FM The New Urban Heat in Boston. MA.  The podcast made its transition after the massive success of its weekly live variety show held in Queens. Since the transition, The Ryan Show FM is now syndicated on over 70 FM and internet radio stations and networks worldwide.

 

The Ryan Show FM is famed and celebrated for capturing the elements of live broadcasting with a unique twist that is highly entertaining. The program consists of live performances, stand up comedy, sketches, and live interviews all packed into a captivating two-hour show. Guests of The Ryan Show FM have included the program producer Erick Sermon, “Freeway”, Rick Ross, Young Lyric, and countless other Hip-Hop legends and pioneers.

 

The fall schedule of The Ryan Show FM can be found at  https://theryanshow.net/affiliate-stations.

iTunes Link/ https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-ryan-show/id1323806343

Follow the crew on Instagram/ The Ryan Show FM @theryanshowfm, Ryan Verneuille @theryanshow, Mr. Cheeks @darealmistacheeks132 and @mrcheekslostboyz, Hamptons Dave @hamptonsdave, and DJ K Bliss @djkbliss

Ace Gifted “Monsters Ink” Video Ft. Grafh

Gifted Vision presents visuals for “Monsters Ink,” the latest single/video by Ace Gifted. The Albany based artist enlists fellow emcee Grafh and producer Shawn Lite for a gritty, lyrical attack.

Right off the bat Ace blazes the streets spewing bars about his come up to the lyrical machine he is today. “Tyrin’ to see these monsters you need more than a birdbox.”  His cutthroat bars depict times when all he had was a dollar and a dream and how he moved up the chain from learning and earning with his crew.

The duo’s bomb-dropping lyricism over heavy bass and drums heighten the rawness of the record. Watch “Monsters Ink” and connect with Ace Gifted on Instagram.

Balistic Man “Puerto Rican Pac” Ft. Wally La Amenaza & 80 Empire

“Puerto Rican Pac” is the latest offering from Buffalo wordsmith and melody maker Balistic Man. For this single, Balis (as he’s affectionately known by those closest to him.) teams up with Gladiator records, platinum production team, 80Empire, and Reggaeton artist Wally La Amenaza.

“Puerto Rican Pac” is a perfect blend of feel-good, Hip-hop, a West Coast bassline and shots of Talk Box which work cohesively with Balistic’s clever lyricism, an ode if you will to Tupac and Balistic’s Puerto Rican heritage. The song gradually morphs into full out Reggaeton, a surge of Latin Piano and percussive drums. Balistic then sings, once again professing his Love for the hoods he represents.

“Puerto Rican Pac” makes you feel good and evokes a sense of nostalgia within the listener. It is not a boast, however a proclamation for the Puerto Rican community, an anthem, which embodies the spirit of the Puerto Rican people and the admiration of one of the greatest rappers to ever do it, Tupac Shakur! Watch “Puerto Rican Pac” and connect with the trio below.

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Wally La Amenaza on Instagram

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