Get To Know NC Lyricist Shame

As a creative lyricist, talented in the art of storytelling, Shame is bringing Hip-Hop back to its roots, while still keeping up with the evolution the genre has experienced. His inspirations come from artists such as Q-tip, Biggie Smalls, A Tribe Called Quest, Tupac, Big L, Nas, Mos Def, Eminem, and Rakim. Like many of these artists, Shame got his start to fame by competing in rap battles and distributing his music through local college radio stations.

Before his quest to conquer the music world began, Shame had to decide which parts of life were going to make or break him. Shame was born in the tough streets of Capital Heights, Maryland, however, his mother and father raised him in Landover, Maryland. Determined not to become a statistic or victim of gang violence or drugs, Shame used music to inspire and keep himself busy.

 “I got my name from my grandmother because I was hooked on the movie A Low Down Dirty Shame as a kid, but it stuck with me when I grew up in the battle rapping era. People used to say I put shame to the rappers I battled, hence, Shame.”

Shame has lived in Raleigh, NC since 2013, where he continues to create music, and dropped his first project, The Sequence, in February 2016, featuring the lead single, “Still Ballin.”

He has performed at top venues throughout the Triangle (Raleigh/ Durham/ Chapel Hill) and beyond, including, Pour House, Imurj, Kings, Deep South, The Pinhook, The Lincoln Theater, Duke Energy Center, The Ritz, and The Blind Tiger amassing new fans along the way with his high-energy stage presence and dynamic delivery. Shame has also graced the stage opening for big names such as Bone Thugs & Harmony, Twista, Dave East, Yo Gotti, Ghost Face Killah, Raekwon, Slum Village, Nappy Roots, and many more! With the new release of his break-out album Genesis 98’ in October 2018 where he speaks on life situations and touches on current events, it’s no doubt that shame will be a huge break out in the soon future.

Connect with Shame

Instagram / Facebook / Twitter / Bandsintown @iamshame

Kid Problem Drops “Yeah Yeah” Video

We Hot Music and Irvington, NJ rapper Kid Problem release visuals for his hit single “Yeah Yeah,”  available now on all major platforms.

The video, by Cane Green Films, captures the raw emotion and intense energy from Kid Problem. The catchy hook, “Who am I to judge somebody always knew I’d be somebody, I be like finger out the window b*tch yeah yeah” and knocking bass drives the track along with Kid’s cut-throat bars.

His moves depict his come up and now focused, Kid Problem has no time for lameness, fake street thugs, or money-hungry dames. Watch the video and connect with Kid Problem below.

Connect with Kid Problem

Instagram: @1kidproblem

YouTube: @1kidproblem

TikTok: @iamkidproblem

Spotify: @kidproblem

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Twitter: @1kidproblem

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RedRum “Mark Of Da Beast” Video

Orlando-based Hip Hop group RedRum is stomping through the scene with their new single “Mark of Da Beast” produced by Nickel Plated. Although they’re on the other side of the Atlantic, they come armed with Queens, BK, and DC roots to deliver a gully, in your face track sure to have bystanders looking over their shoulders…

Red Eye (Queens), Racks (BK), and Gamma (DC) emerge from darkness and vicious jungles to stamp the mark of da beast across the map, both in the industry and streets. Through cut-throat lyrics and menacing wordplay, the trio inflicts inescapable havoc. “6 million stories in the street n*gga don’t hustle don’t eat, I swam with the sharks and danced with the freaks, got coke from Cubans smoked with Chiefs, repeat…24/7 grind my kind don’t sleep.”

The profoundly intense production, hardcore from beginning to end, intensifies the raw emotion from RedRum. Watch “Mark Of Da Beast” and stream/download the single here on preferred platforms.

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DA Donnieboy Delivers “Black and Blue” & “Burn it Up” (Videos)

 

Configaration Records announces two new video releases from their artist DA Donnieboy. “Black and Blue” is produced by Configa Beats and “Burn it Down” is produced by Fro Magnum Man (also a Configaration Records artist).

Both videos embody the harsh reality of what the norm in America has become, which is racial genocides by way of police and governmental buttons. “In Black and Blue” DA Donnieboy addresses this with cut-throat truth serum. He’s aggressive in deliverance with validated reason…Is this the land of the free or the land of the oppressed? Why are these genocides justified? Has Uncle Sam covered “your nuts up”? DA Donnieboy spits bar for bar which actually is a fact for a fact!  In “Burn it Down” he mentions the names of lives who were murdered by the hands of police while he proclaims it’s time to burn it down and rejoice in the ashes.

These video releases are taken from DA Donnieboy’s new album ‘Dreaming Azure’…”In this world filled with blues, Azure is the perfect balance between light and dark. Find your center…find your peace…even if only in your dreams.”

DA Donnieboy has aimed to create his best work to date and evidently has hit the mark. Transcend into this dose of earmilk filled with tales of motivation, friendship, self-worth, mental health, and most importantly how to stand up against racism and societal brutalities…Join the dream or wake up!

‘Dreaming Azure’ encapsulates Donnie’s inner struggle with life’s realities and trying to capture dreams of the future. His realizations, memories, and raw emotions are heightened by immaculate production and polished mixing. Stream the album here on Bandcamp and connect with the Detroit-based Hip Hop recording artist below.

Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/dadonnieboy313/
Twitter – https://twitter.com/ddonnieboy

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https://configaration.bandcamp.com

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Omen44 “Hate” Video Ft. Chelsea Reject

The Plug International and vetted national and international Hip Hop artist Omen44 announce the release of “Hate” the remix. The single/video is taken from Omen44’s latest critically acclaimed album ‘Hentai.’

“There is no enemy outside our soul. The real enemies live inside us. Anger, Pride, Greed, and Hate.”

Omen44, who is on a mission to display the positive side of cultural creativity and uplift American souls through music enlists Chelsea Reject for a tag-team, impeccable lyrical flow. Shot in front of NY’s famed landmarks including Coney Island and graffiti murals, the duo delivers profound wordplay all while raising the question of why humans hate other humans based on skin color, ethnicity, and culture.

It’s nearly impossible not to feel the raw emotion circling around Omen44 as he shares his story from Thailand to Japan to New York, pushing his people and his label. This video comes during a time where we as people need to take a step back and embrace the diversity that fills America with what should be love and pride, not hate and violence.

Omen44, who is noted for boom-bap cadences and DJ cuts and scratches, invites a more innovative sound with striking drums and bass that’s sure to wake the core, yet smooth enough to truly grasp his message. Watch “Hate” and connect with Omen44 and Chelsea Reject below.

 Stream “Hate” on preferred platforms

https://linkco.re/G492Xsux?lang=en

Connect with Omen44 and Chelsea Reject

Omen44

Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/omenfourfour/

Twitter – https://twitter.com/Omenfourfour

Chelsea Reject

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Twitter – https://twitter.com/chelseareject?lang=en

Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/ChelseaReject/

Street Da’ Villan – Fast Life Ft. C.J Watson (Single)

Street Da’ Villan shares the “Fast Life” featuring C.J Watson from ‘Gran Raw Presents True Story 2’ available now on major platforms.

By the title, some might assume the track is about the fast life filled with cash, video vixens, and club hopping, however from the stance of Street Da’ Villain, the fast life refers to his grind to shine…He went from snatching wallets to counting bands in palaces. Fast cars and bright lights in big cities resonate differently when the rhymes pay.

The smooth 70’s, soulful tones along with classic Hip Hop bass and drums heightens Villan’s witty wordplay and come-up story. Stream “Fast Life” and connect with Street Da’ Villan @davillan315 on Instagram.

Senior Gee Drops “Juss Listen” Video

Senior Gee, NY-based artist and nephew of Chubb Rock, releases visuals for his latest single titled “Juss Listen.”

Gee shows off his lyrical talent while his Queens legacy proceeds him. Juss Listen and take heed to his message…He’s an educated MC, producer, and engineer who leaves freshmen rappers gritting their teeth when he rolls through. Gee’s metaphoric punchlines are incomparable in delivery and flow effortlessly over invigorating tones and clapping drums. Watch “Juss Listen” and connect with Senior Gee on Instagram @gspsenior2.

Priest Da Nomad x Jon Laine – Confused (Single)

Priest Da Nomad returns after his last album release ‘The Manhood Project’ with a new single release titled “Confused.”

Some might feel they know the extent of Nomad’s music, however with his latest single release “Confused” it’s quite evident he’s one MC who can’t be boxed in. He clearly conveys that message through solid, flexed-out bars.

Dre King’s horns and Jon Laine’s production intensify Nomad’s lyrical proclamation…again, don’t get confused he’s far from slippin’.

Stream/download “Confused” on preferred platforms and connect with Priest Da Nomad below.

https://priestdanomad.bandcamp.com/track/confused-album-version
https://tidal.com/album/179086849

Connect with Priest Da Nomad
Twitter: @priestdn
Instagram: @priestdanomad

Righteous Delivers “For the Love” Visuals

Canada’s Hip Hop sensation Righteous releases visuals for his new single “For the Love.” The single/video features Recognize Ali, the late Faith Walker, and DJ Mercilless and is taken from Righteous’ EP titled ‘Be Conscious Of.’

For those not familiar (shame on them) Righteous curates real, raw, feel-good music authentic to Hip Hop and the culture. He does it “for the love” which is evident watching the video. He is from an era of classics, a time when rhymes carried substance…20 years later he can’t be thrown off by gimmicks or trends, he’s too vetted. Although it’s “for the love” don’t get it twisted, Righteous runs this microphone survival of the fittest…

On the hook is celebrated R&B vocalist Faith Walker (RIP) who accentuates the lyricism with passionate, soulful melodies sure to raise neck hairs. DJ Mercilless comes through with classic cuts and scratches.

“For the Love” revives Hip Hop, the culture along with the 5 elements and is a reminder that the boom-bap era continues to thrive. Watch “For the Love” and stream/download ‘Be Conscious Of’ EP here on Bandcamp.