Q The Key (@qthekey) – “Bust A Move”

Q The Key track Bust A Move is a song made for the everyday hustlers and dancers out there. The grind mentality this track brings makes a person want to get up and make a change. A fun catchy uptempo and motivational single for the listeners to enjoy and move around to with good replay value. This song has great energy and is easily relatable to the people listening.

Cam Wallace – “Right Quick” (Video)

Well-versed Producer, Cam Wallace, releases video for his newest single ‘Right Quick’ giving it a cool alternative hip hop vibe as he’s talking about his come up as a producer. Watch HERE!

Cam explains the song in this lyric “I ain’t used to have nothing, it didn’t make no sense, making 20 beats a day trying to save up for the rent” adding that it’s speaking to the moment where he realized that he has to pull himself up and get it but also seeing it before it happens and manifesting it. As he describes “3rd eye glow, I don’t need vision.” Look out for his debut album ‘The Book of Gemini,’ to release soon!

Cam’s array of influence and creative experimentation in addition to his relentless determination, preparation, and overall passion for music resulted in Cam scoring one of Beyonce’s most memorable records “Upgrade U.” Since Cam’s very first placement with Beyonce, he went on to produce records for chart-topping artists such as Jeezy, Ciara, B.o.B, Omarion, and Sevyn Streeter. Most recently Chris Brown and Slim Thug.

Lxst – “Myself” (Video) | @iimlxst_

If Lxst’s introspective new single “Myself” is any indication, rap’s newest star is just getting started. The music video for “Myself,” dropping today via PIVTL Projects, utilizes Lxst’s unique aesthetic to explore issues of trust, self-medication, and materialism. Watch here!

Immediately setting a scene deep in the forest, Lxst’s music video alludes to the darkness that so often comes with the pursuit of success: engulfed in plumes of grey smoke, Lxst’s eerie surroundings signify the inevitable solitude of paving one’s own way.

“Myself” was created without the pressure of others’ expectations. In a highly intentional shift from the forest to his living room, Lxst uses clever visuals throughout the video to hint at the constraints of the music industry; and in standing alone from start to finish, Lxst poignantly reminds viewers that there’s only room for one at the top.