Singer/songwriter JPride soulfully breaks down some raw relationship rules in “Really Mean It”, produced by Ricky Rich. You can get the Mississippi native’s recent “December 1st” project now: JPride – “December 1st”
Bronx crooner B Morgan has been putting the pieces together on a successful career for quite some time now, releasing quality music and creating relationships. Now backed by MorValue he is working on his debut full-length project. TO get the ball rolling on the momentum, he has released the visual for his LL Cool J remake, Who Do You Love directed by Devvon Terrell.
Atlanta’s Alexis Ayaana travels to her mother’s birthplace of Barbados to film the official video behind the breezy single, “All My Love”. It’s pure paradise as Alexis’ intoxicating vocals shine over a Caribbean-inspired beat and you’ll be able to find this song on her upcoming project “Twenty One”, slated for release in January via GME / Empire.
With a string of great records to his credit as a songwriter and producer, 3MG Entertainment is proud to announce K-Major and his highly-anticipated project, “After Dawn”. Utilizing smooth melodies over banging 808 tracks, K-Major has delivered a sensual and stirring album for Rap and R&B fans alike. With over 100 songs that he has co-written, co-produced, collaborated with or performed on, Major is quickly becoming a force in the industry. Listen to the full “After Dawn” album below.
Portland songstress Blossom brings all the vibes in her latest, self-directed, music video for “Black Magic Woman”, produced by Mikey Fountaine. Originally hailing from Trinidad, Blossom lets her island roots show on the slowed down, Reggae influenced track. “Black Magic Woman” is a message of female empowerment displayed through all shapes, sizes and nationalities of women handpicked by the rising R&B star herself.
Blossom and company come across confident, yet natural and refreshing through the lense of filmographer Tim Slew. Recently signing to Martell Webster’s EYRST label and becoming one of the most active performers in the NW, including a recent trip to NY with Amine for The Tonight Show, the demand for Blossom‘s debut album seems to grow by the day.
Chad Michael is back with a brand new track and his signature sound. The LA-based rapper and singer has been infusing Rap and R&B for the past couple years and is getting very good at it. With production from d.boy on “Run Away”, Chad drips start-to-finish with raw emotion and a catchy, singable chorus, separated by two strong, quick verses and a final ballad-like outro that will definitely give you all the feels. One thing you have to respect about Chad is that he has found his sound and he is sticking too it.
Singer/songwriter JPride presents “December 1st”, a collection of original tracks and re-imaginings of songs chosen by the Mississippi native. Listen as she serves up her own style of Urban Pop, mixing in elements of R&B, Soul, Hip Hop and Jazz-inspired vocals. “December 1st” is hosted by Lil Wayne’s own, DJ T Lewis with production from ILL Phil, SuperJay, Hershey Black, WhoIsNino, JKeys, Kwasi Kwa, Ricky Rich and JPride.
Hazleton, PA-based emcee Nate Williams links up Christian Hip Hop artist Kanvis for his thunderous new single “How It Go” reminding us all of his prowess on the mic.
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Whether you’re a fan of Hip Hop, R&B, Rock or classic Soul, young songwriter Reasn has something for you in his new full-length album, “70 West”. The 11-track project features a range of hard-hitting beats, seductive lyrics, conscious thought and pure fun with features from Trae Tha Truth, Watch The Duck and Fuego Bentley. Listen and purchase the project below.