NICKELS – “Take A Ride” (Music Video)

Germany-based Hip-Hop artist NICKELS grew up with major influence coming from U.S. Hip-Hop culture–studying rappers like DMX, Tupac, Immortal Technique, 50 Cent and Mobb Deep. Having been raised in South Africa for most of his life and later relocating to Berlin, Germany, he’s picked up a ton of versatility that eventually translated into his own music. Rap has given NICKELS, who was aptly named after his skillful ways of ‘chasing the bag’, a sense of identity throughout his life’s trials & tribulations. His reflects on that with the release of his latest music video, Take a Ride.

I been through a lot of bad times and went through hell and back. I used to be in a lot of trouble as a kid and had to move a lot. Rap definitely helped me to give me a voice to express myself and be heard. In the song ’Take a Ride’ I’m speaking about these dark times that I been through. -NICKELS

“Take a Ride” is a smooth and honest offering coming in from the international emcee. Take a look & listen to his new effort, and stay tuned for more heat soon to come.

[Video] Renegade3shot “EMILY”

Renegade3shot lives in Virginia USA college town where he turns up daily to bring awareness to his brand. He has been creating super party music for the last few years. His hit single Spaceman that sold over 1 million streams and downloads has created a cult like fan crowd in every city that he travels. Now with the new album “Love Electrified” Renegade3shot looks to enhance his ever growing following. The lead singles, “Sarah”, “Emily”, and “Fell In Love” all have music videos live on YouTube. Be sure to check this young man out its always a party when he comes to any town.

Download/Stream: https://open.spotify.com/album/4IBYyqtjST2gD1A1rbNhYN?si=Nihn1MihTMKOL7fyH9MAtA

Connect on Social Media:
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/renegadethespaceman/
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[Video] @OfficialJonB ‘Priceless’

Veteran singer Jon B. has been a bit quiet on the new music front since releasing his standout single “Understand” with Donell Jones earlier this year. The song was an extremely successful return single and really maxed out the anticipation for a long awaited new album.

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The singer has now returned with another new single called “Priceless”. He shared a preview of the song and video on his official Instagram account which you can watch below. The song and video was released in full on his birthday today, November 11th.

Although we can only hear a small portion of the song, it certainly has that Jon B. trademark swagg on it we’ve become accustomed to over the years. Now, the wait is really on not only for the new single, but for the new album.

In case you missed it, in a recent interview with youknowitgotsoul.com’s website, he discussed his single with Donell Jones, when to expect a new album, and much more.

From the video, we can see that our boy is on point, with hooks that thrill, this track, like so many of his past, will make the floors move in many a dance clubs. Jon B’s Priceless is just that.

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Twitter: @OfficialJonB

http://www.instagram.com/officialjonb/?hl=en

Download/Stream/Purchase HERE

[Video Premiere] Josh Alias ‘TI-84’

Josh Alias is an artist hailing from Queens, NY.  Also, the co-founder and member of the NY Rap Collective, @URBVN ARCHITECTS NYC.  Josh brings you his newest visual from his Debut Album labeled “Growing Pains,” released earlier this year under the UANYC collective.  The whole project has a nostalgic yet modern NY lyrical style with a conscious and relatable approach.  Stream the full project here: https://open.spotify.com/album/0aAiNOjTiuRcg4uz0WIH95
Follow URBVN ARCHITECTS IG Here: https://www.instagram.com/urbvnarchitectsnyc/

[Video] Snoop “A Demon Low Beat”

Snoop has always lived life as an ‘X-Factor’. Hailing from Port Richmond territory of Staten Island, the borough’s crime capital, Snoop was only an adolescent when he discovered the underlying motif which would come to define his life and his music; a refusal to die.
Snoop quickly realized that the chaos which had come to define his external reality, gang-affiliated since the age of 7, a criminal record before a high school diploma, as a one-way street towards obscurity.

Naturally adept at communicating his story through rumbling drums couples with hyper aggressive, quick-fire rhymes, Snoop is frenetic, charged, and uncompromising. The Demon Low front man is also a start reflection of New York City’s rising underground streets music scene, while carrying the kinds of quirks that have come to define Southern trap rappers.

Having gained major traction in his hometown in less than a year into his career, Snoop has received co-signs from DJs at Hot 97, New York City’s premier urban radio station, while simultaneously amassing a combined 100,000 plays on his 2018 release “Geeked Up” (feat $quidnice). Snoop’s rapid-fire ascension speaks directly toward his charm: it’s not flashy; it’s abrasive. It’s not gloomy; it’s grim. This balancing act of neighboring but still distant ideologies is what shines through in every aspect of his personality, life, and music, serving as the foundation of his “Demon Low” persona and brand.

Download/Stream: https://album.link/i/1487650803

Connect w/ Snoop:
Instagram @snoopnotnice

REME – Move

Houston rapper REME turning up the heat with new single, “Boom”

HOUSTON, TX – No matter what you do in life, there will always be folks who don’t take you seriously. REME is dishing up a soundtrack for everyone who’s not getting the respect they deserve with his new single, “Boom.” Tired of people not believing in what he is doing, and how he’s doing it, REME sought to take the heat to another level with this heavy hitting track. With its very aggressive and speedy style, “Boom” is meant to make a statement about how serious REME is about his craft.

While his previous single “Move” was more of a dark remnant, the new single has an uptown, space-the-chase vibe. REME’s lyricism is characterized by a rapid delivery of metaphors and a lot of phrasing. REME brought his aggression into the studio to make his point and to put out a hype song to get the fans going. The new single is slated to drop during the third week of November, and will be his first track published on all major digital platforms.

A serious and committed artist, REME writes from personal experience and what he has seen others go through. He also views what’s happening in society in a different light and puts that perspective into his art. His music speaks to those who have suffered from an unhealthy state of mind. “My music is for anybody who has been in that dark place,” REME stated. 

While other rappers are content to rhyme about topics that aren’t positive, REME is conscious about directing his energy towards more fun and uplifting themes. He believes that “money, drugs and jewelry don’t make the artist” and works to have a beneficial impact. “If you’re gonna do all this, you have to give back or show a way where others can make their way. That’s what I plan to do.”

Born and raised in Houston, REME grew up listening to a diverse range of artists, including Outkast, Busta Rhymes, Snoop Dogg, Biggie Smalls, Gucci Mane, Missy Elliott and Kanye West. He has always been around people involved in music and others trying to get the experience. Being exposed to music for so much of his life lead REME to pursue his own music career.

An immensely popular local performer, REME is currently putting together a new set of local shows in and around the city of Houston. He is always open to explore new places to play. Venues and fans should hit him up at REMEMUSIC@gmail.com.

The new single follows on the success of REME’s “DREMELAND” album, which has over 30 thousand streams on SoundCloud. “Boom” launches a new project which is in the works, and another single is set to follow. Before that, look out for a snippet from the new music video for “Boom,” dropping everywhere on social media before the single’s release.

To listen to REME’s music or to follow him on social media, please visit:

https://soundcloud.com/remethedreme

https://www.instagram.com/reme_muzic/

https://twitter.com/REME_MUZIC

https://www.facebook.com/cornell.young.5680