After mastering a flawless combination of old school vibes with a new wave flow, Tampa Bay native Young Kev introduces his latest single, Secret featuring Corey.
This playful melody will not only have the ladies tuned in; it will have the fellas pondering the idea of romance and mystery. Young Kev orchestrates all of this on a beat suitable for a first date or club night.
When asked the inspiration for the latest single, Young Kev responded, “When I heard the beat the words just started flowin’, it reminds me of a JaRule or LL Cool J vibe.”
You can listen to Secret on all streaming platforms.
“Love?” is a wavy, introspective tune in which JG takes us on a journey through his personal love life. Produced by Taylor King & Zero Beatz and directed By Moji Wilson.
A product of Tampa, Florida, JG started the pursuit of his rap career in 2010, during his senior year of high school. Born Joshua Geiger (JG), his rap inﬂuences include the likes of: J Cole, Kanye West, Andre 3000, and Drake.
At a young age he was introduced to Southern Rock and the Blues. Watching his uncle’s band, JG would often end up on stage playing air guitar or asking for the microphone. Curiosity grew and he began playing the drums at 5 years old. At 7, his older brother played him a copy of DMX’s “Flesh of My Flesh, Blood of My Blood” it was at this time JG began gravitating toward rap music, even writing his own raps at age 11.
When he received a scholarship to play college football at Tennessee State University, JG cashed his $2500 refund and purchased a copy of Pro Tools and a microphone in place of books and supplies. School had always come easy and his focus was beginning to shift from football and academics to his love for music. In the his own dorm room, his ﬁrst two mixtapes were created. This calculated risk was the fuel to the ﬁre of who is now JG.
Since the release of his former projects, new material has been scarce, but well received. Songs like “Water”, “Birds In LA”, “My Side” and “Lies” have all reached hundreds of thousands of views across internet platforms and still continue to grow. Currently working on “Public Relations 2” 2018 is set to be a pivotal year in his young career.
A-M-P teams up with Kurt Kobane Couthon, legendary producer from The Death Row Days, to create an ode for all the go getting women titled “Bad And She Know It”. Featuring on the record are two of A-M-P’s fellow Gett Loww Militainment Records affiliates, Left Gunz and Killah Chi
When you think of Tampa, Florida you think of sun, beaches and most likely Cuban food. A-M-P wants that to change. His music is laced with reality, emotions and inspiration. From the intro on his debut album “Field Vision” all the way to his most latest release, you can hear the hunger in his voice. With clever wordplay and delivery to catchy hooks and topics he is bound to make it to any of your playlists with his versatility he offers. The book is still being written on his story and he welcomes you all to be a part of it. Follow A-M-P on his journey and take pride in your own Field Vision.
Tampa, Florida rapper Bornmoney Gunn liberates his 8-bit life saga in the colorful video behind “Iguana”. The idea behind the track is that BG refuses to blend in with the crowd, ascending the realm of average. Watch the full video on YouTube.
People, a lot of times, like to throw dirt on other’s names. All you can do in life is brush it off and be yourself. Don’t worry about others and stay focused. This is the mindset of St. Louis / Tampa rapper, Nino Lucas. In his Talvo directed flick for “Dirt On My Name”, Nino flips out on those that try to smear his name thru the mud. Watch the video here.