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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Toronto, Ontario Native Mayze’s unveils his new single, “Line Up”
“Line Up” is the following to a short break after the release of collaborative project – Organized Chaos EP. Mayze resurfaces the net with new single “X’d Out”. The short 3 minute freestyle jumps between different pockets and styles with braggadocios lyrics in a downtempo voice reminiscent to that of an early Kendrick. Mayze will be dropping a single every Thursday on Apple Music, Spotify & Soundcloud until the end of the 2018 with the hopes of a TBA project in 2019.
“The Wave” is Willie Waters’ first full length LP. It consists of melodic flows over hard-hitting 808 beats. Throughout this project, Willie Waters finds creative ways to showcase his versatility. Songs like “Ride The Wave” and “More” displays his ability to create radio-friendly hits. While on “Turn Nothing to Something”, he boasts lyrically with word-play reminiscent of Migos’ Offset. When compared to today’s emerging artist, Willie Waters sets himself aside by sticking to his Bahamian roots and showing that he is not just a one-dimensional artist. If you like songs about entrepreneurship, bossing up, and self-empowerment then tune into “The Wave” and begin the journey of more success with Willie Waters.
Willie Waters is an emerging artist from a tiny island just 50 miles from the coast of Florida called Bimini, Bahamas. He moved to Broward County, Florida when his parents relocated in search of bigger opportunities for him and his siblings. When he was in the fourth grade, he found a passion for music after performing at a school talent show. The following year, Willie Waters began to write his own music. After spending countless amount of money that he had saved up for studio time, he thought it would be great to create his own studio right in the comfort of his bedroom. It was right there that he put in his 10,000+ hours and honed in on his skills writing, recording, and mixing all of his material.
This would pay off in 2010 when he was chosen to perform on BET 106 and Park’s Wild Out Wednesday segment. Not only did he perform, he won the competition and was invited back for a second performance. In 2015, Willie Waters graduated from FAMU with a degree in business. He plans on utilizing his degree to forward his career in the music business while expanding into other aspects of entrepreneurship.