Nevaalose – Feelings

Authentic and gritty style undergirds wisdom beyond years in new music from Nevaalose 

NEW YORK, NY – Life hasn’t been easy for Nevaa. He’s lost a lot in his young life. But after everything he’s been through, he’s taken it all as lessons learned. And with those lessons, he’s sharing wisdom with the rest of the world as the artist known as Nevaalose. His latest single, “Feelings” which is currently available across all streaming platforms, is the most recent offering of insight and perspective from this young new musician. 

Self-described as a vibe song that captures the experience of all the floating inner thoughts that goes through one’s mind when drunk, “Feelings” is an example of how Nevaalose is a perfectionist of his craft.  

“When I drink, all of my feelings come out,” he said. “A lot of people when they drink just seem to love everybody, and yet a lot of people you can’t count on seem to disappear. That’s what this song is about. I put a lot of time into my music and everything is stories from my life. My music is authentic, and just like a vibe. I create some shit that can just match your feelings, and that’s translated into music. That’s what this song represents.” 

Born in Belize and raised in Brooklyn, Nevaalose is a product of his surroundings. He said he first got into music by rapping with his older brother. Music soon became his main hope for a new life, and he poured himself into learning all he could about music, songwriting and recording. During his teenage years, he used writing to express how he was feeling and developed a style that to this day is often referred to as authentic and gritty. Taking inspiration from artists like Nipsey Hussle and Meek Mill, Nevaalose aims high with real-life Rap stories and a creative vision. 

“I think the thing that separates me the most is that I do everything myself,” he said. “I pay for everything myself. I do the studio time and all the production myself. And everything is authentic. That’s why I like Nipsey Hussle and Meek Mill. They started from the same place I started from, and worked their way into leadership roles that became bigger than their music. I want to be a leader like that, especially for the people I consider my people. I want to change the ignorance of my people and one day be a figure for others to look up to and follow.” 

Nevaalose said he has a catalog of music stacked up and ready to deliver to the world, and plans to bring a steady offering of singles over the course of this year. The next single will be “Brooklyn Menace,” which should drop in February. 

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

https://unitedmasters.com/m/5f7e2d266ac7de7370a6320f 

https://www.instagram.com/nevaalose/ 

https://m.facebook.com/TheRealNeverlose/ 

EDaGod – Wave In Time

Da God aims to inspire with new album ‘A Wave In Time’ 

PHOENIX, AZ – Eric Chapel is on a mission to influence other people to be better versions of them. That’s his message in both life and art, and it comes to the forefront on his new album “A Wave In Time,” now available across all streaming platforms. 

With 16 songs, Chapel – better known by his stage name E Da God – gives fans a little bit of everything as he weaves inspirational stories from his life into encouraging messages to others.  

“Regardless of what I do, I try to send out the best information that I have without trying to hurt anybody,” he said of his album. “My uncle used to say that some people are just trying to get by and some people are just trying to get over. You’ve gotta maintain or obtain by any means necessary. Whatever you force upon the world, you gotta deal with that. I’m gonna see how I can do it by being more passive and peaceful and by influencing people to be better versions of themselves every day.” 

E Da God said he dips into sounds very organically when it comes to songwriting, picking and choosing melodies or beats that “authentically and naturally work for me.” Whatever sounds good when it’s time to record something, that’s what he’ll flow with. He calls it his “open book” approach – an approach that he said brings the highest quality sound and style to the table.  

“I think what sets me apart is the same thing that makes me different in life, and that’s that I’m just so different,” he said. “I’ve got to introduce that through the music. The way things go through my mind – the wave that comes with the beat is the way for me to relate with people. And through that, over time, I’ve learned how to play with sounds and different styles to express different moments in my life to help me share with other people and get them to see past how different I am. It’s a wave – sometimes you’ll get a little wave or a little vibe, and sometimes you’ll get a bigger wage. Some songs are like this and some songs are like that, and across the whole album you get the consumption of me creating a whole unique sound, which is a great representation of who I am.” 

E Da God said now is the perfect time to bring his album to the world as it fits his life journey perfectly. As a rapper and songwriter, he’s just started making a name for himself in the industry, and this year, he took that career a step further by starting his own record label – Thorough By Nature. He said he’s looking forward to the adventure of being a business owner and exploring the behind-the-scenes side of the music industry while also promoting his music and sharing it with a global audience. 

“It’s an ascending moment for me to grow,” he said. “I’ve been through enough and done enough and now that journey is coming out with song after song. This album captures this moment in my life, and it’s got a little bit of everything on there.” 

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

https://www.instagram.com/no_capster/ 

https://twitter.com/iamEDaGOD 

https://songwhip.com/edagod/wave-in-time 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZojJlGBnmlGOaI8ZK9ygoA 

Snapchat: edagod523 

“No Cap”
https://soundcloud.com/william-chapel-288749003/e-da-god-no-cap-feat-bam-ba 

DGold – F.I.F.O ft. Gorilla Zoe

DGOLD offers ‘Inspiration’ to the world with hot new EP 

WEST PALM BEACH, FL – Like many other musicians in the world, David Gold was set to have a great year filled with many live performances in 2020. The Coronavirus shut all live events down, but that didn’t stop DGOLD from continuing to create. What he was able to accomplish in 2020 is one of the rare EPs of the industry that are often looked back on many years later as genre-changing.  

“Inspiration” is an EP that DGOLD said he’s extremely proud of. It features vibes that he said were inspired by the same music that he listens to when he wants to get going and be hyped up. He loves big music, and he feels like making that kind of music is what he was made to do. 

“I’ve been in the entertainment industry my whole life with my family business D3M Licensing group and I love it,” he said. “You can feel that with Inspiration. This is who I am. My life and love of music is the inspiration for it. And I think it’s a project that shows the hunger, to be something better that so many of us have inside of us.” 

Featuring hit singles like “F.I.F.O.” currently on all streaming platforms and “Come to Me” coming soon, the EP is a showcase of well-crafted lyrics and upbeat energy that simultaneously make people want to move and feel like they have limitless potential. 

“I’ve got good lyrics and a delivery that’s my own,” DGOLD said. “I feel like a lot of people nowadays are focused on either the beats or the auto-tune. I’m not the biggest fan of auto-tune though I appreciate it when others use it. Some people use it well and others don’t. My most important thing is the lyrics. You can look at the rhyme scheme of my lyrics and you’ll rarely find something that doesn’t rhyme or isn’t a good comeback. It’s just better music in my opinion – the kind that speaks for itself.” 

That high-class sound is such that it has caught the attention of other industry insiders. In fact, “Come to Me” is already contracted to be on the soundtrack for the original motion picture “The Weight of Us” – a forthcoming horror film from notable director Rob Prior. “F.I.F.O.” features notorious multi-platinum selling artist Gorilla Zoe as well, and the song led to DGOLD’s world debut on Tawk Radio hosted by Cypher Kai who has an audience of more than 200,000 fans worldwide.  

DGOLD is ready to take that success to the next level and said 2021 has more music in store following the success from Inspiration. 

To listen to his music and follow him on social media, please visit: 

https://linktr.ee/DGOLD 

“F.I.F.O.” (ft. Gorilla Zoe) by DGOLD 
https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/dgold/fifo-feat-gorilla-zoe-2 

Sleazy Edd – Move Ya Body

Sleazy Edd shows passion for fashion to mirror his mind for rhyme 

DALLAS, TX – Sleazy Edd is a name many would associate with a man of God who credits his success at such an early age to his Creator’s faithfulness in his life. It is also known to be a name that would immediately bring to mind an entertainer with a progressive sense of fashion and an eye for aesthetics that are big and bold. His faith in God and his adventurous sense of fashion are key pillars of this rising young talent out of Dallas, Texas. And in many ways, his music is much like his sense of personal style – luxurious and “big.”  

That’s the word most people use when they’re talking about Sleazy Edd … BIG. Not only is he physically imposing but his joy of life and his sense of fashion make him one of those guys who literally owns whatever room he walks into. He’s loud and proud and bright and dressed to his fly-ist. He has a passion for fashion and a mind for the rhyme.  

My signature is gonna stand out,” he said. “It’s gonna pop. That’s because I’m usually wearing a wild outfit with a lot of colors and I draw a lot of attention. And then when you start to listen to my bars and lyrics and hear that I’m using a lot of metaphors, you’ll see that I have some real talent. A lot of rappers today are just rhyming and don’t make sense, but I change things up and mix different vibes and use a lot of metaphors and similes in my lyrics. I guarantee if you’re in the car and hear my music, or you’re hanging out and one of my songs comes on, I’ll take the odds that you know I am good.” 

His skill is put on full display on his debut album “Overseas Luxury which is available across all streaming platforms. It features 15 tracks that he says are perfect for getting “turnt up.”  

“I want to get em rowdy with this album,” he said. “I’m talking mosh pit type of concerts. It’s definitely the kind of music you can play the clubs or at parties and everybody’s gonna turn up and go crazy.”  

Overseas Luxury Edd said represents his brand as a whole. It’s a name that he hopes encapsulates the luxurious lifestyle of overseas clothing and an international appeal of his music. He said his love for that lifestyle was instilled in him at a young age by his mother who was also super fashionable. Family is extremely important to Edd and often, that sense of family extends to his closest friends – such as photographer and videographer Khed who has worked closely with him recently to help cultivate his unique image. Edd’s brother was also a part of the photographer/videographer work.  

Edd said he was relatively young when he first discovered Hip Hop. As he began to pay attention to some of the major players in the game, he said he was drawn to those who embraced fashion and used it as an extension of their artistic expression. Wiz Khalifa in particular has always been his favorite artist, and one of his all-time favorite songs is Khalifa’s “The Sleaze. It was that song, in fact, that inspired him to adopt the moniker Sleazy Edd 

But his music isn’t must like Khalifa’s. In fact, most people would probably liken him to Young Thug – with the different clothes and flows and sense of style. But even then it would be a pale comparison as Sleazy Edd is, if nothing else, his own unique personality. There is no comparison that encapsulates this truly original persona that is put on full display through his brash demeanor and one-of-a-kind sound. And as such, his music cannot be denied. 

To listen to Sleazy Edd’s music, or to follow him on social media, please visit the following links: 

https://mobile.twitter.com/SleazyEdd 

https://www.instagram.com/sleazyedd/ 

“Overseas Luxury” 

https://music.apple.com/us/album/overseas-luxury/1536854099

JoeLew – Verified

One of the hottest rappers in Atlanta is proving his skills to the world with his latest hit single ‘Verified’ 

ATLANTA, GA – It’s official … Atlanta artist JoeLew is “Verified!” 

This Hip Hop artist from the South has been making waves in the music industry for the past few years, and his latest single “Verified” is the latest hit to rock the airwaves. Featuring his vibey, catchy sound that’s perfect for bumping when you ride in the car, “Verified” highlights the one-of-a-kind style that comes from this fast-rising young talent. It’s a song that screams “I’m certified.” 

“Anything I do is top notch,” JoeLew said, “I’m solidified. That’s what this song is about. It’s up-tempo but it still has like a vibe, though. It makes you just want to get in a good mood and dance.” 

JoeLew was born in Guyana, a country on South America’s North Atlantic coast, and didn’t come to the U.S. until he was nearly in his teens. He first moved to New York before eventually coming to Atlanta, and keen listeners will be able to hear that international influence in his sound. He gets a little something from everywhere he’s ever lived. Most of all, he has always had a love for rapping. He displayed that passion in high school when he and a friend were given permission by the principal to record his first song in the principal’s office. Later that year, she gave him and his friends the opportunity to perform the song in front of half the school with Hip Hop legends Lil Bankhead and Skooly also in attendance. The reaction he got from everyone made him want to keep going even further.  

“When Skooly came to the school and heard me rap, he told me I was hard and I gotta keep going,” JoeLew said. “I haven’t looked and since then, I’ve done shows with multiple artists like Lil Baby, Peewee Longway, and Skooly. My vibey sound is what people talk about. It gives you goosebumps. Plus, I have the ability to continuously create catchy tunes which has gained me some loyal fans all over the world.” 

JoeLew said “Verified” is one of a handful of singles that he’s been working on this year and which he plans on releasing over the next few months. His next single, “Big or Small,” is slated to drop in mid-November and features more of a smooth R&B feel. Before that, however, a music video for “Verified” is slated to drop Nov. 7. 

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

https://joelew.com/ 

https://www.instagram.com/1joelew/ 

https://mobile.twitter.com/joelew20 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-loqdv-TpwQIUwJfeoDx6A 

https://open.spotify.com/artist/3NhCLsIR8nOpw7xoCqkwUD?si=azkIDTC1QWOxoKx6fzvF1w 

 

 

 

Jonevill Flizzay – I’m Sorry

Jonevill Flizzay – I’m Sorry – Memphis rapper Jonevill Flizzay is back with his latest single “I’m Sorry” and it’s not what you think! with a haunting trap beat that has a smooth melody, this is actually the new breakup anthem for 2020.

“You running your mouth like you’re Stephen A Smith and what comes out your mouth is just asinine” and there are a lot more Quotables here. with a lot of witty wordplays and aggressive cadence, you can hear that Jonevill is really keeping the Memphis rap tradition alive, but with a new twist. this single is also available on all streaming platforms.

Dj Iceman Ft. Menace OBEZ-Sweet Soul Nature

Dj Iceman, fresh off of his Wu-Tanglement beat tape is back with another single to end the summer off with. this time he recruits Brooklyn Zu’s Menace O B E Z. with a smooth 80s sample Menace spits a tale of ghetto love in is signature fatherless style. Dj Iceman shows his flair for looping and chopping samples that got him on the map. and Menace shows that Brooklyn Zu style with every inflection and word.

Check out the single here on Spotify, and all other streaming outlets
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Reality – Thoughts of You

New King of Hip-Hop SoulReality, set to drop hot new EP ‘10/1/12’ 

UPPER WEST SIDE MANHATTAN, NY – Everybody has a moment in life that defines them – that turning point during which something profound happens and reshapes the way you think, act and live. For Reality Wilson, that day happened on 10/1/12. That was the day he and his former girlfriend first got together and started a relationship, and the seven-hour conversation that the two of them had that evening was a dialogue that turned out to be an eye-opener for him in almost every way possible. 

Not only has he commemorated that day with a tattoo of the date on his right hand, but he has also created a new EP entitled “10/1/12” that’s set to be released on Aug. 7. Self-dubbed as a coming-of-age story, the project is one that takes listeners on a journey from youth into adulthood by way of the sounds and styles that have been developed by this budding young artist from the inner city of New York. From nostalgic vibes associated with his first love in high school to different reflections of moods and vibes that have come in the years since the end of that relationship, this EP has it all.  

“The whole project is me overcoming   the obstacles of young love and serves as a metaphor for leaving things in the past and moving on,” Reality said. “It can also serve as a metaphor of the things that are going on in our country right now. The first track is called ‘Conversation’ and we really do need to have a conversation about what’s going on right now. ‘Thoughts of You’ uses raw Hip Hop to give some of that old school vibe because everybody needs some old school right now. Every song on the EP has a message like that, and it ends with ‘Revenge.’ To me the best revenge is success.” 

When it comes to Reality’s music, he’s 100 percent authentic. He considers everything he does as a hit, though he admits that he defines a hit differently than most. While not every song will be a top-10 chart song, he said everything he creates will be a hit for a specific time and place and theme. And when the listener is in that kind of space and hears his song, it will hit them hard and in the perfect way.  

That kind of ability to hit so many audiences with such perfection is a rare talent for someone so young. At only age 22, Reality is carving a niche for himself in the industry. Already, major industry execs are looking at him with interest because he has the kind of sound and style that is unlike anything else out there.  

“I’m about real music,” he said. “Music is music. It’s a frequency. I don’t even like to call myself a rapper or singer – I’m a frequency. The art is gonna create itself. I don’t have to do much.” 

According to his manager and long-time music industry insider, Randy Connor, Reality has the kind of once-in-a-lifetime talent that is destined to change the face of Hip Hop. 

“He is an incredible talent,” Connor said. “I’ve spent a lifetime developing artists and he is super talented. He’s a legitimate MC in terms of a Rap artist, but he’s also an amazing vocalist and music producer. He does all of those things and he does them so well that we really believe he’s the new King of Hip-Hop Soul. He’s the male version of Mary J Blige.” 

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

http://www.realityuws.com/ 

https://www.instagram.com/realityuws/ 

https://soundcloud.com/realityuws 

https://youtu.be/lBbpkk6sHkE

“10/1/12″   

10/1/12 by Reality
https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/reality9/10112 

“Stuck In The Hood”
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lBbpkk6sHkE&feature=youtu.be 

“Thoughts of You” 

https://soundcloud.com/realityuws/thoughts-of-you-1/s-DQkUT4HV6aW 

For Interviews and Bookings Contact:  

bookrealityuws@gmail.com

Topnotch772 – We Made It ft. Beanie Sigel & JP

Former NFL hopeful uses pain to fuel passion for music 

VERO BEACH, FL – Inspiring the world is what Alonzo Phillips was made for, and his latest single “We Made It” is the perfect example of that. Featuring fellow artists Beanie Sigel and JP, “We Made It” is the perfect blend of energy and passion underneath lyrics that are timely and necessary for the current state of the world. 

“We’re putting some positive messages out there,” said Phillips, better known by his stage name TopNotch772. “Beanie’s verse talks about how he feels with what’s going on in the world today and it’s a little more mellow, and my verse comes at the same thing from a different perspective but it’s a little more upbeat. The overall message is that we’re gonna make it. And that’s the kind of music I want to make – positive messages that people can listen to when they’re going through something and they’re on the edge and they feel like giving up. My music is inspirational, uplifting and a little bit of street at the same time.” 

Those inspirational messages come from a life filled with a lot of pain. TopNotch first started rapping as an outlet for his emotions after his father was robbed and shot in the head. He and his father were very close and the loss was abrupt and deeply painful. He said he couldn’t turn to his mother during that time, either as she was addicted to drugs and wasn’t present. But Rap was just a side hustle that helped him emote, his real passion was football … and he was good at it. So good, in fact, that he was invited to the Buffalo Bills professional team’s minicamp. Though he didn’t make the 52-man roster, he knew he had the kind of elite athleticism to succeed at a high level and he pursued it hard … until yet another tragedy struck. 

While practicing with his professional indoor football team, he went up for a pass and came down wrong and snapped his tibia and fibula in half. The compound fracture had bones sticking out through his skin. The inner pain of his past was now mirrored by very real physical pain, and the two bounced off each other as he soon learned that his career as an athlete was over.  

“Pain is the reason I want to rap and share my story,” he said. “I know there is someone going through similar things to what I went through, and I know I can help them through music.” 

When he turned his full attention to music, TopNotch started gaining traction and making waves in the industry. He opened a show for Trick Daddy at a club in Cocoa Beach, Florida and has also opened for Yolanda Adams, Detrick HaddenTye Tribbet, Jessica Reedy and Fred Hammond. His previous single, “We Gotta Move” was on heavy rotation on multiple radio stations, followed quickly by more radio play from his song “Ain’t Nobody Mad.” Now with “We Made It,” TopNotch hopes to continue that success and expand his fanbase on more of a global level.  

“I’m never going down again,” he said, nodding to the meaning of his stage name. “No matter what it takes, I’m gonna stay up. I’ve lost people and I know how that feels, but instead of getting angry, I started writing songs, then doing shows, then next thing you know I’m opening for people like Trick Daddy. What got me started was pain and not wanting to find different unhealthy outlets for that pain, and I’m not gonna let anything bring me back down.” 

To listen to TopNotch772’s music or to follow him on social media, please visit: 

https://www.instagram.com/topnotch772/
https://www.facebook.com/AlonzoPhillips772/
https://mobile.twitter.com/TopNotch772
https://soundcloud.com/user-968912648
https://open.spotify.com/artist/1HfCzBtXivK119gwpJxVkZ?si=rqx_HaJ4R4e1OTpkrwoJ3w