Goddess Venus – Count it up ft Scrappy

Goddess Venus empowers women through music, launches new single ‘Count It Up’

BROOKLYN, NY – Venus is the Roman goddess of beauty and love. Goddess Venus music style represent that, but she is so much more. With her clever word play and beauty, it only makes sense that this Brooklyn-based artist would take the stage name Goddess Venus.  Venus is building a legacy based on the foundation of hustle and hard work. Her music career is bound to skyrocket in the coming months.

Already, Goddess Venus has accomplished a lot through a modeling career – including being published in Straight Stuntin Magazine, Pressure Magazine, Fenominal Magazine, Don Diva Magazine, Conceited Magazine, and Feds Sweetz Magazine. It’s not just her good looks or sexy style that she wants people to focus on the most. What she really wants to represent to the world is a woman who is smart, talented, and who demands respect.

“I want to be known for my boss demeanor,” she said. “I’m all about women empowerment and helping women chase their own money. My new single ‘Count It Up’ is a song that shows that. It’s about being a boss and being in control of your own life, but it’s also lively and anyone can have fun with it and turn up. That’s part of my personality. Being ambitious while chasing dreams and getting money as female boss is a lifestyle. I’m cocky and confident while still being sexy and having fun.”

In addition to her modeling career, Venus has also been involved in a handful of film projects, including a web series called “Karma Kills,” in which she had a lead role. She also had a lead role in the short film “Was it Really Worth It.” But while modeling and acting are things she’s interested in, her first love is music. Her sexy yet entertaining songs and boss-like attitude are inspirational and are destined to leave a mark on the industry, not just as one of the best female artists, but as one of the best hip-hop artists the industry has ever seen.

In just one year, Venus has already released two full projects – “Money Bitch Vol. 1” and “Chronicles of a Boss.” She has also performed at more than 20 venues all over the country and has been developed an extensive music video collection. All of that is testament to her hard work, and when you combine that with clever lyrics and a smooth party girl swagger, you get one of the hottest young entertainers in the country.

“I want my music to be known for women not just using their looks to get in,” she said. “I’m lyrical. I’m a hard worker. There’s more to the surface than just being cute and all the glitz and glam. I have music with a deeper message, and I want people to get to know me and who I am. I’m pushing for female independence because I’m all about chasing my goals and my dreams.”

“Count It Up” is currently available on all digital distribution sites. It features Atlanta superstar Lil Scrappy from “Love and Hip Hop.”


To listen to Goddess Venus’ music or to follow her on social media, please visit:

https://www.instagram.com/goddess_venus_/
https://twitter.com/Goddessvenus247
https://www.facebook.com/GoddessVenus247
http://www.goddessvenusmusic.com/
www.goddessvenusmusic.com
https://soundcloud.com/user-697839069
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvvCAsRf5_ApHt4-yIFZz6w

Rich Rozay – August 9th

DETROIT, MI – One of the worst days of his life was when RichRozay watched his best friend Juice die right in front of him.

The two had been best friends since first grade. They grew up together and did everything together. They played sports together and got in trouble around town together, and they enjoyed music together. Early on Juice knew that RichRozay had a special talent with music, and he would always encourage his friend to pursue music as a career. He even gave his friend the stage name RichRozay. But Rozay never took his friend’s encouragement all that seriously … until the day he was shot and killed.

“My real name is Hosé, so he made a play off that when he gave me my nickname,” he said. “When he was shot a couple years back, we were just in the wrong place at the wrong time. He always wanted me to pursue music and was always keeping me going, and after he died it really made me want to push into music. He was my motivation – always telling me to keep going hard, don’t stop, don’t sleep. He would always tell me that I could make songs that change people’s moods, and he would always keep pushing. So in a lot of ways I’m doing music today because of him.”

RichRozay has poured himself into his music in the two years since that fateful day when Juice died. The result is a body of work that he’s now ready to release to the world. Through collaborations with his older cousin, who has been a producer for years, he has created a unique sound and style that he believes will gain some major attention from fans all over the U.S.

“I feel like I’m different from everybody because I can multi-task different styles into one song,” he said. “I’m always switching up styles. Plus I’m a good lyricist and I don’t try to rap like nobody else. I feel like my delivery is very unique, with a lot of punchlines and catch phrases. I make music that people will really like and saw those catch phrases over and over. On top of all that, I’m really living what I’m saying in my music, and because I’m such a good lyricist I’m able to make people visualize what I’m describing. So whether I’m writing about my life as a single father, or going through family stuff, or losing my granny, or just rapping about the struggle – people can know that I’m an artist they can come to when they need a release.”

While RichRozay has a number of music videos on his YouTube channel, he said he’s excited to announce a new mixtape that should be released later this fall called “It’s So Lonely at the Top Vol. 2.”

To listen to RichRozay’s music or to follow him on social media, please visit:
https://mobile.twitter.com/BRUZa_setcasher
https://www.instagram.com/richrozay_/
“Getting Off” (Exclusive Video Shot By Kev.shots)
https://youtu.be/07vXzIXFdiw

Raww Log – New Video By Kony Brooks

The Bronx is yelling strong and proud this year as the self proclaimed King of New York has proved to us why he is the King of New York. Starting strong this year with the release of hit single Rough with Mickey Factz , Kony Brooks has been a power house as he released his best album to date All Hail The King.  What was next for the Bronx Emcee, visuals.

Rough describing how the city and the struggles made him the rapper he is today , Mickey Factz bars compliments his rapping style as well as the nitty gritty of the song. The video in an undisclosed location shows that exact metaphor of rough.

View The video here

 

Follow Kony Brooks everywhere @konybrooks

All Hail the King can be found on all digital retailers

New on Spotify: OsoKing Mezzy – Swing my doe | @Osokingmezzy


Indianapolis artist OsoKing Mezzy releases a new single titled Swing My Doe

Click to stream Swing My Doe on Spotify, and you can watch the video on YouTube!

OsoKing Mezzy began his career as an artist in 2013. He is known for bringing crazy energy to the booth, stage, and wherever he is doing music. OsoKing Mezzy’s stage performance is abosolutley nuts!

Foo with my wrist is his debut single which got him popping in his city. He recently dropped the brand new EP titled “All Gas No Brakes” around the beginning of the year which includes his newest single “Swing my doe” and Bag up ft. Pheddi.

He dropped 5 projects in 2017, that was enough to build a bit of a buzz around him. His current focus now as an artist is to become a national charting artist and to reach Gold status on at least one single in 2018!

Feel free to drop a comment to let us know what you think of this record.  

Follow OsoKing Mezzy on Twitter @OsoKingMezzy

Freestyle: Mikey Fresh “The Race”

 

 

An energetic and talented MC hailing from Freeport, Long Island Mikey Fresh has been actualizing his dream of Hip Hop superstardom for the better part of his life. Writing rhymes since the age of 13, his crowning moment to date is his Gonna Get Better single featuring Fred The Godson.  Looking to take things up a notch, he is plotting on a re-mastered release of his EP in 2018. For now, he has dropped off his new freestyle, The Race. Check it out :

 

 

 

 

New Video: Reap Youngin “Real Nigga”

 

 

Reap Youngin has announced a December 23rd release date for his 7 Summers project. To spark momentum, he has delivered the accompanying visual for his Real Nigga track.

 

 

 

Check out the track-list for 7 Summers.

 

Music: S Dot Flo “Roll In Peace”

 

Calling Florida home for a while before returning to New York City in 2004, S Dot Flo was an active participant in all facets of Hip Hop from battles to cyphers and open mics building a support system and sharpening his skills.   Once back home he would transition to S Dot Flo from being known as Logic, and achieved stature as a featured participant at the 4th Annual Streets MOS Street Conference. Later that year, he would join forces with two other talented individuals forming Game Time Entertainment.  His affiliation with Sunrise Cyphers helped pave the way for his breakout year of 2006 as he would become a member of RDI Records which would go on to be a platform that would solidify his worth on the NYC indie scene.  Featured in Protégé Magazine, RDI (Sunrise Cyphers) was dubbed a force to be reckon with in Hip Hop.

2012 saw the release of S Dot Flos highly respected single, Lets Talk.  In 2014, S Dot Flo reached a major milestone as he was nominated for Artist To Watch.   With 2017 closing, S Dot Flo is working his way towards mogul status as the machine behind every aspect of his music and the marketing thereof.  Listen to his latest track, Roll In Peace below:

K’reema New Album: Drop It | New Music | Wazzuptonight

Drop It

 

 

Out now! Dancehall diva K’Reema drops latest album, Drop It, out as of June 30th. Just one week before the album release, the video for the single of the same name premiered to reveal a pop flavored party hit with visuals to match. Giving fans a taste of her latest hit sets the mood for the overall vibe of the five track EP, There’s plenty of upbeat action mixed for high-octane movement balanced with some more mellow songs thats are seductive or thought provoking.

The album name expresses a certain duality, as in the description of it in the physical sense as well as the intended significance in the announcement of the release itself. The single preview reveals an upbeat almost technicolor exaggeration that captures the vividly spirited songstress. Another layer of flavor revealed with the second track featured, “Nobody Move” that is also playful, but more so there’s a uniqueness that’s both freeing and flirty while also somehow familiar. There are several upcoming events planned in correspondence with the debut where K’Reema will make an appearance.

Stops on the in person visits include a few in her neighborhood, Brooklyn, elsewhere in NYC, as well as other U.S locations with additional to be announced dates in her native Jamaica. She still spends a great deal of time there and often collaborates with some of the country’s most notable talents, including her own father, Yellowman. The essence of her upbringing is laced into her sound quite naturally as heard in past singles including “Sorry You’re Not Sorry” and “Father’s Love” among others.
Keep up with K’reema:


IG: @_K_reema