Jae Tui-Camouflage Jetz (feat. Eizlo & SmuveMass Beatz)

Jae Tui is back, off the success of his last single “Say Yes” he hits us with the new joint “Camouflage Jets” and he brought Eizlo and SmuveMas Beatz along for the ride. all three display deft verbal gymnastics over the scorching track. a must listen for those wanting to heat up their playlists.

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Double Album Release from SPEECH (Arrested Development) & Configa

SPEECH, the Grammy-winning music icon of arrested Development and mega-producer Configa announce a one-week-only special on a double album release…Buy one album and get the other free!

SPEECH released his solo album ‘Expansion’ while Configa released ‘The ConfigHas Crates’, both albums are available now exclusively on Bandcamp.

If you’re a fan or true Hip Hop enthusiast these albums are sure to be added to your collection of authentic, timeless music.  SPEECH delivers an epic body of work filled with pivotal lyricism sure to spark the mind and shake the soul. Configa paints a canvas with his signature eclectic production overflowing with classic and innovative Hip Hop cadences.

Watch SPEECH’s album listening session and head over to Bandcamp for this one-week special…two albums for the price of one at $10.

SPEECH presents ‘Expansion’ Expansion (Full Album) | Speech (bandcamp.com)

Configa presents ‘The ConfigHas Crates’ Configa Presents The ConfigHas Crates | Configa (bandcamp.com)

Montana Staxxx – Freedom

Montana Staxxx inspires others to break free of the mundane with new single ‘Freedom’ 

DENVER, CO – Lemonte Hall – AKA Montana Staxxx – is a veteran of the music industry whose penchant for telling it like it is has challenged listeners all over the world for many years. His style of music is soulful yet aggressive, with lyrics to his songs tackling some of the tougher issues of the world. That substantive music takes center stage with his latest single, “Freedom. 

Bouncing off a get-up-and-move kind of vibe, this soulful single features horns and other instruments to serve as a background for lyrics that challenge people to consider the things they value most in life. Montana said he wants the song to inspire people to let go of the more material things in life and instead turn to the long-lasting truly joyful moments and experiences that lead to a fulfilling life. 

“It’s about telling people not to allow things like money and religion to track or hold you down,” Montana said. “That’s what those things do in the big scheme of things, but it’s not how you’re gonna get freedom. The only thing that can set you free is the truth, whatever that is for each person. Don’t allow these things to be stumbling blocks in your life to achieve real freedom. Don’t take things for granted. So many things in our world are conveniences that we take for granted – like being able to go to McDonalds whenever we want, or looking up whatever we want on Google on a smart phone that we carry around. But that’s not freedom, especially if we come to over-rely on those things.” 

The single not only challenges people with a deeper meaning, but also showcases Montana’s one-of-a-kind voice. It’s the kind of voice that is immediately recognizable when people hear it, and it’s something that has set him apart in a crowded industry for many years.  

Montana first started his journey into music as a child when his mother was a singer and recording artist. Most of his youth was spent either with his mom in the recording studio, or back stage at many of her touring shows. His grandmother also played the piano at church, and he grew up singing in the church choir and learning how to play the piano from her.  Montana was born in El Paso ,Texas and raised in both Texas and California. As a teenager, Montana learned how to produce music and studied some of the best rappers of history. He began to develop his own unique sound and style, and in 2008, he started doing shows professionally and recording his music.  

“What has set me apart more than anything over the years is the topics I talk about,” he said. “I tackle things that a lot of people don’t really discuss because it might be a little touchy for them. But I believe the topics that are hard for people to discuss are the very things that are important for us to talk about. That’s why I always try to have substance in my music, if I can. I hope my music is known for me giving the best effort I can and for always trying to be honest when I could.” 

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

https://www.instagram.com/lemontehall/ 

https://twitter.com/montanastaxxx1 

https://www.reverbnation.com/montanastaxxx/songs 

Facebook/Lemontehall12 

Google/Montanastaxxx 

Soundcloud/Montanastacks/Lemontehall 

Spotify/Montanastaxxx 

Tidal/Montanastaxxx. 

Amazon/Montanastaxxx 

Googleplay/Montanastaxxx 

iTunes/Montanastaxxx 

Trueskool/Montanastaxxx 

Qobuz/Montanastaxxx

Cartel The Great – Big Shit

Cartel The Great displays excellence with style on new album ‘I Suppose to Been Here’ 

CHICAGO, IL – Greatness is something that Cartel has always strived for. Whether in life or business or music or any other endeavor, greatness is the ultimate goal. That excellence comes to the forefront on his latest album, “Cartel The Great: I Suppose To Been Here” which is currently available across all streaming platforms.  

“Coming from the streets, I’m a talented rapper, but I went to prison (for nine years) and this album is to show people I was supposed to be there,” Cartel said. “It has a variety of sounds and styles coming at you in different ways. The whole thing was to show you have regular people you don’t even know about who can make industry-level music.” 

Cartel is an artist who has experienced a lot of hardships over his life. At age 21 he was incarcerated for six armed robberies and was sentenced to 18 years but was eventually released after only nine years in prison. Going through the pain of the streets and losing his mom while he was in jail, Cartel decided to come home and take music seriously. He’s always been a talented artist who honed his skills as a young man battle rapping with his father.  

“I’m a diverse artist with lyrical skills who can go any direction,” he said. “I use my experience in the streets to illustrate my bars. I’m a perceptive rapper. I know how to make it practical. I made a grand perspective practical. I talk of the relevancy of the streets but also give some conscious-minded stuff and talk about the consequences for your actions. And with all that, I have a strong delivery when I rap. I’m also versatile with my flow, so in a lot of ways, it’s hard to put me in a box.” 

That is perhaps best demonstrated with his debut single “Big Shit.” Much as the title would suggest, the song flaunts Cartel’s greatness as he talks about his experiences on the streets paired against a Pop-Infused beat. It’s a song that Cartel said pushes listeners to “not just talk on little-people terms but talk on big-people terms.” The song features King Louie who is a well-known artist from Chicago. The feel-good, party record is universal in its relatability to a wide audience, while also serving as an anthem for all the overlooked artists of the streets. 

“More than anything, I want to show my artistic freedom,” Cartel said. “I also want to challenge people’s perceptions. I think outside the box and find creative ways of expressing my message, and I want to show others that they’re capable of that, too. You can come up out of the streets and the struggle and the trenches, and creatively use your talent to come up.” 

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

https://instagram.com/cartelhall?igshid=bpj8atxmsqna 

Yung Gli$t – Kiyomi

A song of pure beauty, Yung Gli$t releases latest single ‘Kiyomi 

COLUMBUS, OH – An up and coming artist with the goal to inspire those around him, Yung Gli$t is bringing his music to the people with a sound that is truly his own. His latest single, “Kiyomi,” is only one of his many steps to becoming a top name in the Hip Hop industry. 

Music came naturally to Yung Gli$t, growing up in a household that was always full of new sound. “I used to just like music when I was growing up. It came naturally. My mom would always be playing music usually artists like Nas. And as I got used to hearing music like that, music started to become a bigger and bigger part of my life.” 

Much of Yung Gli$t’s influences come from artists like Tupac, but he also pulls a lot of inspiration from his family. “My father passed away when I was younger and I draw a lot of inspiration from him because he made music before I was born.”  

Yung Gli$t’s sound is a unique blend of Hip Hop. “I would say my sound is a little bit futuristic. My music sounds like the kind of thing where you can’t just go out and replicate it. I don’t think anyone is doing the exact same thing as me. You have to listen to my music to get that certain sound because I have a different kind of delivery of my lyrics. I have a unique sound.” 

Kiyomi,” Yung Gli$t’s latest single is quite literally named after pure beauty. “When I started this song, I knew it was going to be important. The reason I named it “Kiyomi” is that Kiyomi actually means “Pure Beauty” and I named it that because it was the first thing that came to my mind when I heard the beat for the first time. One of the inspirations for the lyrics of this song was actually my baby’s mother. We had a little bit of a problem and we were in the middle of a scramble before I started working on the lyrics. I think that played into what came out of that session a bit.” 

“My main goal as a musician is to get good music out there. I want to work on getting more of a following and expand my social media, especially Twitter. I really just want to be someone who inspires others. I want to show them that they can do it.” Yung Gli$t grew up in an area where there is an abundance of creativity, but not enough love for other’s art. He hopes in great part to inspire the people of Columbus to see that there is room for everyone to do what they love.  

Along with his ventures as a musician, Yung Gli$t is focused on fashion. He hopes to help inspire more people to express themselves through their appearance. 

Yung Gli$t is working to put out more music in the coming year, including an album that is currently in the works. As of right now, the music video for “Kiyomi” will be coming out soon and will be an exciting thing to look forward to.  

Check out Yung Gli$t and his music at the links listed below. 

https://www.instagram.com/wristglist/?hl=en  

https://mobile.twitter.com/YungGlist 

https://m.facebook.com/Yungglist/posts  

https://m.soundcloud.com/1114

Dxvice – Catch Me Outside

Texas-based trap rapper Dxvice drops new single 
‘Catch Me Outside’ in advance of forthcoming 12-track album 

DALLAS, TX – Get ready to be hyped up with the latest single “Catch Me Outside” from Southern Trap artist Dxvice. The aggressive, in-your-face Trap single is the perfect song for hitting the gym or getting warmed up for a game. The fast-paced, hard-hitting edge brings a promise of success and is the perfect song for adding fuel to anyone’s fire.  

“The premise is about people who talk without anything to back it up,” Dxvice said. “Someone who talks bad about the car you drive, but they drive a car that isn’t impressive. Or someone who talks about how little money you have, but they don’t even have their own money. It’s definitely more of an aggressive type of Trap that’s really energetic. That’s what I want my music to known for – something that’s just hype. I hit the stage and people know we’re about to turn up. They know it’s about to be crazy because I bring that crazy vibe. So get up and do whatever the music makes you do.” 

Dxvice said he’s been making music since he was 5 years old, when he first picked up a guitar and started teaching himself how to play. As he grew, he began to realize he had a good voice, as well, and his passion for Rap turned into a full-fledged pursuit of success as a career musician. He started to experiment with Rap during his teenage years while also getting more and more into the Metal scene. Things eventually started to take off and by the end of 2018, he was already performing in large showcases. He finished second at the Coast 2 Coast Live showcase in South Florida in December of that year. 

His sound has been described as pure Rap that incorporates velocity and grit. He said he hopes to use his art to change lives and help people through issues. His goal is to make sure no one is alone when life gets tough and to make sure his music has an impact on those who feel left out. He’s no stranger to life’s hardships and as such, he knows that the stories and vibes he brings with his music will be able to relate to a wide range of people. 

“I was born in Uruguay and raised in Miami, and my father was deported when I was 13,” he said. “After he was deported, I began to make music and pursue a future free of financial worry. I’ve slept on floors and done whatever I’ve needed to do to save enough money to get myself and this career off the ground. I make music about literally everything – heartbreak, love, just raw Trap vibes. I can be anywhere and something might spark an idea and I’ll write off that. But at the core, a lot of my passion for music comes from that experience with my dad being deported and the years that followed that. To be able to express myself the way I want to and not worry about what anyone thinks is what my music is all about. And I want to be able to give that to anyone else who listens to my music.” 

Dxvice said he’s planning on dropping a full album early next year, of which “Catch me Outside” is one of the 12 tracks. The single itself will be available across all streaming platforms on Sept. 25.  

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

Instagram.com/Dxvice 

Twitter.com/dxviceofficial 

“Catch Me Outside” 

https://soundcloud.com/dxvice/catch-me-outside 

Suman ( @SumanMusicWorld ) Releases Visual for New Single ‘Crazy Over You’

British Hip-Hop musician, Suman, has just released her brand new single, ‘Crazy Over You’. A track which is filled with unforgivably catchy hooks and verses which are set to have deep impact on the global hip-hop and dancehall scene.

The new release follows the highly successful track ‘Eyes On You’ which saw Suman team up with KC Pozzy. Nevertheless, Suman has taken a new direction with ‘Crazy Over You’ and it is refreshing to see this new side with her adding a sprinkle of eastern influence. The track opens as it means to go on with Suman delivering an impeccable vocal. Also the chorus will play out in your head for a long time after due to its unforgettable melody.

‘Crazy Over You’ is as powerful as they come and its attraction is magnetic. Also, it is refreshingly unique, yet it remains relevant in today’s scene. If fresh new infectious dancehall undertones is what you crave, then this track is for you. Therefore, grab it whilst its hot!

Artist: Suman

Song Title: ‘Crazy Over You’ Produced By Ayo Beatz.

https://www.instagram.com/sumanmusicworld/

 

K!D Cable – Faith Over Fear

Florida Hip Hop Artist/ Producer K!D Cable makes major splash with debut album ‘Faith Over Fear’ 

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, FL – A decade’s worth of concepts and energy come to a head on the hot new album from Florida Hip Hop Artist/ Producer K!D Cable. “Faith Over Fear” is a heartfelt powerhouse of Hip Hop that chronicles the up-and-down years of this former drug addict whose road to recovery is equal parts inspiring and motivational. With songs like “Moves” and “Glass,” K!D Cable shows a diversity of sounds and styles while displaying an adept ability to spit flows in ways that are reminiscent of legends like Jay-Z and Kanye West. 

The journey toward “Faith Over Fear” started at age 16 while K!D Cable was in high school. He’d always loved music, but it wasn’t until an after-school program called TeenFest that he truly found a passion for the craft. He took second place in the music competition from that organization and that sparked his interest in making beats and songwriting. But drugs and other vices soon found their way into his life and music took a back seat. There were some dark times for this young man during his early 20s but over the past couple of years, he’s been making major strides toward turning his life around.   

“This album is the culmination of a decade’s worth of concepts and energy and having the faith that everything is going to be OK after all this time,” K!D Cable said. “Music is always in the works. It’s my passion. It’s what I wake up for. At all times there’s new music coming, and fans can expect new music pretty much any time. This is my first real project that I worked hard on and worked over a year on.” 

K!D Cable said he was always inspired by some of the legends of the industry – artists like James Blake, Kanye West, Frank Ocean, MF Doom, Earl Sweatshirt and Kendrick Lamar. That influence shows perhaps the most on his debut single, “Moves.” With a bouncy, upbeat rhythm and falsetto background vocals, this song is a powerhouse of emotion from this raw and real rapper. The upbeat vibe is a counterpoint to the aggressive lyrics that are immediately reminiscent of Kanye West. Recorded during a time when music was just starting to become his main passion again, this single is the kind of song that fans worldwide will be using as motivation for many years to come. 

“I had just gotten off drugs and was feeling a lot better when I wrote this song,” K!D Cable said. “I was starting to feel music again, and this was basically the first song I recorded after almost 10 months away. You can feel that energy in the song. My signature sound is based off who I’m influenced by, and you’ll hear some of that in the project. I want to give people the same feeling that those artists gave me – a feeling that their music is bigger than life. It’s almost like Christmas when they release something new like they’re giving you a part of themselves, and you appreciate it. That’s what I want to give people with this album.” 

To listen to K!D Cable’s music or to follow him on social media, please visit: 

https://twitter.com/RyanBrunsman