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Directed by Navegante
Executive Produced by Rza
Tyga and Honey Cocaine pay a hiphop tribute to Trick Daddy and Trina with this slick and updated remix. This is the sound Tyga is known for with braggadocios, boasting lyrics.
Bucky Dolla released the official video to his song “This or That” a few weeks ago on Facebook and it’s close to hitting the 20,000 views on his official fan page and a few thousand on YouTube.
Bucky’s an upcoming MC who lives in Northern Virginia is one the verge of creating a buzz for himself using notable blogs to help spread more awareness. He’s known to release new exclusives weekly through his “FREE WORK FRIDAY” movement that is helping win over new fans.
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Perfect timing is everything, and fate cannot be ignored. Johnny “JayHitUp” Jones was born on May 7th, 1992 and it took him 24 years to record his first ever record. Jay was born and raised in Ft. Lauderdale, one of South Florida’s most prominent cities and what is now a part of what’s becoming a massive movement in Broward County with the emergence of eyebrow raising spitters. Somehow, someway, JayHitUp tends to stick out like a sore thumb with his Cash Money influenced style. Jay, who grew up listening to the Hot Boys, is always subject to comparisons such as Lil Wayne and sometimes Turk. “No it doesn’t bother me at all. They gave me the format. Now I have to do it bigger than they did it, it’s only right,” said the rapper while munching on his bag full of McDonald’s. Being from Sunland Park of Ft. Lauderdale in a four sibling home, it was wasn’t always easy for the now rapper. He was raised in a one parent household with his mother, it would put a ton of pressure on him to help raise his siblings.
Jay was introduced to words such as “loyalty” and “integrity” which sticks to the rapper til this day. He was also introduced to McDonald’s and won’t stop eating it. In other words, the guy commits to what he loves. His music is based off of true life events that sometimes sound so crazy yet realistic that the listener has no choice but to buckle up and enjoy the ride while bobbling their heads uncontrollably to the fast paced sounds of the rapper. The “you can’t make this up” type of music is not only attention grabbing, but it creates instant fans who are dying to hear lyrics again. The artists has been on a tear to open 2017, dropping high quality music while not compromising a high level of entertainment with lines such as “she loves me but she calls me a Jerk, I got Jamaican sauce…”.
JayHitUp’s first project “This Wasn’t My Dream” found itself some immediate success as many DJs and local figures caught on to the project through the hype that he has generated in less than a year. His second project is “LauderGrove” which is an ode to none other but his idol, Weezy Baby. The project premiered on May 7th and the timing just couldn’t be any better. Nonetheless, Jayhitup hints at a new project slated for holiday season. His new Unreleased singles “Never Change” & “One Round” has caught major attention in his city of Fort Lauderdale. “They will drop soon” the rapper says. Broward County is picking up steam with rappers such as Lajan Slim, Kodak Black, and Kolyon paving the way, expect Jayhitup to continue that wave in a major way.
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Vamp Life & Get It Gang member Ashy Nuxx drops his long awaited, highly anticipated mixtape “Dedicated To Grind”! He’s been on radars after being spotted with him Jim Jones and joining Jones’ Vamp Life roster. Check out the mixtape below!
Instagram – @fatfleenucklez
Twitter – @ashynuxx
Facebook – @nucklez.castro
Snapchat – @nuxx730
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A new sound is coming out of Vero Beach, Florida courtesy of 20-year-old Eric Leon. Originally from Long Island, New York, Eric moved to Florida as a child. He comes into the music scene with a veteran’s mentality and a work ethic that is unmatched. Influenced by the Houston music scene such as Lil Wayne, Future, Bone Thugs and Harmony, Leon has found his sound in the hip-hop world.
On his own since the age of 18, Eric is wise beyond his years and has hit the ground running working with big names in the industry. His first album is executive produced by Grammy Award winning Miami icons Cool & Dre. One of the most influential figures in the music industry, DJ Khaled, is also hosting Leon’s mixtape debut, giving hip-hop fans new anthems and a new favorite artist in Eric Leon.
Founded and developed by Dave Moise of Trustory Entertainment, LLC, Cool & Dre, have now signed him. The deal is now a joint venture between Trustory Entertainment, LLC and Epidemic Music Group. He is managed by Mackazoe of SoloMack Management.
After accumulating over 2 million streams on Soundcloud, over 60,000 followers on Instagram, and over 272,000 streams of the mixtape and counting in one week of release since on August 8th, Eric Leon is ready to make new noise in the music industry for the next generation of hip hop.
Eric’s ability to harmonize and deliver ear-catching melodies, while still giving listeners different rhyme schemes and stand-out lyrics is what separates him from most of hip-hop’s current artists. Eric Leon is bound to become one of the biggest names in hip-hop.
SoundCloud – https://soundcloud.com/ericleonmusic
Instagram – Ericleon772
Twitter – Ericleon772
Cameron Flyer (Born April, 8th 1997) Better Known For His Stage Name “Cameron Airborne” Is An American Hip Hop Recording Artist. Originally Born In Long Island New York, The Rapper Later Moved To South FL At The Age Of Eight After The Divorce Of His Parents, Where He Has Resided Ever Since.
Cameron Airborne Began Writing And Recording His Own Music At 12 Years Old. He Rarely Spent Time At Home And Often Had To Find His Own Ways To Make Money For His Family, Which Included Selling Drugs. Running Into A Lot Of Legal Trouble At A Young Age, Cameron Found Himself In And Out Of The Juvenile Detention Center. While Inside He Spent Majority Of His Time Writing Rhymes, Often Participating In Cyphers To Pass The Time. After His Release, He Wasted No Time Recording All The Material He Had Written Which Became The First Step Into Fully Embracing His Rap Career, And Soon He Followed Up With His Very First Project ‘Lifted’ In 2013. Going By Just ‘Airborne’ At The Time, He Spent Majority Of His Time At The Computer Sifting Through Instrumentals And Samples.
Shortly After The Release Of His Project ‘Lifted’ He Followed Up With Another Project Titled ‘Kamikaze’ In 2014 Which Consisted Of Him Rapping Over Mainly DJ Premier Instrumentals, Giving It That ‘Boom Bap’ Hip Hop Feel. In 2015 He Decided To Make A Name Change Adding His First Name And Now Making It ‘Cameron Airborne’. He Believed Adding His First Name Would Give A More Personal Insight To His Fans And Would Help Them Discover Who He Truly Is. He Spent The Next Couple Months On A Hiatus Building His Hype And Working On New Music While Strategically Releasing Music Videos.
In The Summer Of 2016 He Went On To Release His Debut Project Under His New Name Titled ‘Unspoken Words’. The Project Was A Success And Quickly Began Gaining Recognition With Singles Like ‘Chosen One’ And ‘Grind’. He Began Releasing A Series Of Visuals For The Project Including A Visual For The Track ‘Commas’ Which Quickly Started To Go Viral On Facebook And Helped To Develop The Buzz That Is Building Today.
In January 2017, Shortly After The Release Of ‘Unspoken Words’ He Went On To Release Another EP Titled ‘Magic In The Air’ Featuring Fellow Artist And Engineer Bmagic302.
In That Same Month Of Releasing The EP ‘Magic In The Air’ In January 2017, He Gained A Spot On The ‘Keep Flexin Tour’ With Rapper ‘Rich The Kid’ Gaining Tons Of New Fans And Exposure. ‘Cameron Airborne’ Is Currently Working On Various Projects Set To Release As He Continues Working To Build His Name And Develop Himself In The Future.
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Well im a rapper from Ireland, I go by Ambition, working my a** off full time, juggling a family and my passion to be a world famous rap artist isn’t easy but I still grind to get that dream of putting food on the table doing what I love, (writing, producing and laying down tracks).
My style is very throwback style iv been compared to “biz markie” some even compare me to “tupac” but Im just doing me you know? But I take my comparisons as compliments cos well im compared to legendary emcees.
My single is about what I want in life, that “good life” its a very personal track lyrically. I believe this track is gonna be a big one for me. Its also gonna be on the “book of rhymes ep” to come soon.
Haven’t we all experienced it in one way or another? The crazy ex from a relationship, or even a friend or family member that drives us crazy?
Odds are you have. Sometimes, ex-girlfriends or ex-boyfriends or even someone you are already in a relationship with can get pretty crazy. They can start calling your phone non-stop, demanding to know where you are and who you are with. They can also become insanely jealous of your family or friends who get to spend more time with you than you spend with them.
Trust is important in a relationship, but because of past scars, many end up spying on their significant other to be sure they aren’t cheating on them.
These situations can be deadly. Crazy people do a lot of regrettable things when they lose their mind because of an ex. Some people who are in a relationship can take their anger from finding out their other half is cheating to insane levels.
In a new song, up and coming artist Ronald Diez exposes those people who are just “So Crazy,” by highlighting what goes through a woman’s head if they are newly broken up or find out their man is cheating.
Ronald Diez, born April 4, 1991, is better known by his stage name Ronnie Diez. He is an American pop recording artist, song writer, and actor. A New Jersey native, Ronnie Diez brought his talents to Los Angeles as soon as he graduated high school in late 2009. His face was first introduced to the public when he acted in a few commercials that ran nationally. Since moving to Los Angeles, Ronnie Diez has put his all into becoming the next mega sensation of pop culture.
His fans on YouTube liken his voice to the Weeknd.
Ronnie has collaborated with three-time Grammy nominated producer Krunkadelic who has worked with artists like Jamie Foxx, Ludacris, Nina Sky, Alison Hinds, and Lil Flip to name a few. Ronnie Diez has worked with artists like Lunch Money Lewis, who has penned hits for artists like Sean Combs, Nikki Minaj, and Pitbull. An EP is expected to follow now that “So Crazy” has been released.
Ronnie Diez released a song last month on his Vevo channel called “My Apologies” which talks about his relationship with girls, naming several one by one. He apologizes for not being able to give all of his time to girls and apologizes for breaking their hearts. He also apologizes for not putting effort into this relationship with each girl. It has nearly 55,000 views and was released on June 22.
“So Crazy” is about a woman used to be with a man but is now mad that they no longer have attention who is driving the man crazy. It also highlights the “crazy” women who snoop on their man to find out if they are cheating, whether that means going through their laundry for lipstick stains on their shirt, or stalking their man on social media or even in person to find out who they are talking to.
The new song features Soulja Boy, an America artist. The 27-year-old rap artist DeAndre Cortez Way, known as Soulja Boy by his fans, is an American rapper, record producer, and actor. His debut single, “Crank That (Soulja Boy)” topped the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 in 2007. He has collaborated with Kanye West, T-Pain, Sammie, and more. Now, adding to this list is Ronnie Diez. This hip-hop song combines the smooth vocals of Ronnie Diez to the on-point raps from Soulja Boy.
The song has recently made its way onto YouTube with a music video which you can view by visiting Ronnie Diez’s Vevo channel. It was released by Dime Strategies on July 26 and is about three and a half minutes long.
The video currently has more than 50,000 views with a ton of likes and comments.
For more information on Ronnie Diez, visit his website. You can also find Ronnie Diez on Twitter and joining his more than 6,000 followers by following him @RONNIEDIEZMUSIC.
If you’re a Ronnie Diez fan and you’d like to buy some merchandise, you can find hoodies for sale on his website. You can also contact Diez for information on booking or appearances by visiting the “Contact” page and filling out the contact form. Don’t forget to check out the music video for “So Crazy” on Diez’s Vevo channel.
FreshFromDE doesn’t need much of an introduction, with a strong fan base already present, he drops “The Ritual” entirely produced by Roca Beats, the rising star drops a project with not only a catchy cover for the eyes but catchy music for the ears! Featuring Boston’s rising rapper Splizzy and a few others, this project will be something you can enjoy from beginning to end.
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Love is a crazy thing that can really impact your life. Many people leave relationships with their head spinning. Laroche decided that he knew the best way to handle his heartbreak was turning to lyrics and music. Not only do his lyrics help him heal, but they resonate with many who have felt love and loss.
Laroche’s music is heavily influenced by impactful moments in life. Although he is generally a very private person, Laroche decided to share his experiences through song as a way to heal from his heartbreak.
Recently, Laroche released several remixes of the song ‘I’m Doing Me” two of which are his creation and one by Bodo, an Electronic Dance Music (EDM) producer who just performed at EDC in Las Vegas.
Laroche says that his music, especially his song “I’m Doing Me,” focuses on his story of lost love.
“If you’ve been down this road before, maybe you will find a bit of your own story that mirrors mine,” he said. “It’s never easy to be vulnerable and express your innermost thoughts, but what is even harder is keeping all of those feelings buried inside.”
Laroche’s newest song, “I’m Doing Me,” is an upbeat anthem about moving on after a passionate yet failed relationship.
Best described as a Hip Hop or R&B song with modern elements “I’m Doing Me” was made in collaboration with Holm Music. It was released on July 10 and is about three minutes and 44 seconds long.
Holm Music is located in New York. Holm is a familiar place, but it isn’t cushy. The label exists to encourage artists to push their boundaries and examine their soul and passion through music. Holm is music for the soul.
Laroche’s collection of tracks is available on Spotify as well as Amazon, iTunes and Google Play Music.
Goon Squads own Parkay delivers the Will Gates directed visual “Alright, Okay” intro to his highly anticipated Handz On project. The self entitled lead single Handz On is currently getting play on Chicago’s major stations WGCI & WPWX. The project also features a guest appearance by Goon Squad Chief Bump J production by Cardo Got Wings, Chase Davis and Bruus to name a few. Follow Parkay on Instagram @Parkaybb2, Twitter @Parkaybb and https://parkay.bandzoogle.com
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Throughout time, the roles of women have changed. Before, women were treated with respect, and a non-gentleman was hard to come by. In more recent history, women have become individuals who express themselves in different ways. As they have evolved, men stepped away from traditional courtship and have turned to using complements and other forms of flattery to attempt to “win” a girl over before breaking her heart. Because of this, now more than ever, many women aren’t treated with respect, but are treated as objects in their relationships.
Decades ago, men did things for women like open doors, pull out chairs, walk women to their car, and so on. This was and is still called chivalry. Although many studies have found that chivalry isn’t necessarily dead, many have begun to shy away from it with the rise of feminism which encourages women to open their own doors, pull out their own chairs, and take care of themselves.
The goal of chivalry was never to do something for a woman because she couldn’t, but because men wanted to treat her like a queen. Many women still long for a man that will do this for them. A new song by Karma, an up and coming artist from London, is letting women know that true gentlemen still exist and will put “All or Nothing” into their relationship.
Karma started in London. The electrifying city inspired him to discover who he wanted to be as a musician. From the full-bodied West London streets overflowing with artists and music, Karma ended up staring out of a plan window until he landed in Hollywood.
After speaking with an American producer online, Karma was running full force to his Los Angeles dream. In L.A., he knew he could find his flow in a professional studio surrounded by other creative minds with the same passion he had.
After a few energetic days, Karma left the studio with three singles, including “Destined for Greatness,” “We Almost Had It All,” and “All or Nothing.”
Karma is a down-to-earth, self-motivated person who always seeks to surpass his own goals. In his opinion, life is limitless and possibilities are endless. He believes that limits only exist where they are created, and he hopes to show his personality through his deep-seated and personal lyrics and passionate songs for years and years to come.
When it comes to music, Karma loves to explore all genres, but his own style is Hip Hop and R&B. He puts a twist on the sultry sounds of R&B by bringing a unique and fresh voice to the industry. Karma is influenced by Eminem and his genius lyrics as well as the heart and should found in Pac. He enjoys listening to artists like Usher, Neyo, and Mario.
Music is a part of Karma, so he will never give up on his music. He aspires to be a prominent member of the music industry to help inspire others as those who came before him inspired him through their songs and one lime of lyrics at a time.
Karma hopes to find his way back to the states where he can unravel his own dream while inspiring others to chase theirs.
“All or Nothing” is meant to be a lyrical gift to the ladies. Inspired by the way societal roles have changed and how chivalry has seemingly been lost in the shuffle, the song talks about bringing back those times where men were gentlemen. The song aims to show the world what it means to be a man who truly cares for the needs of his woman.
In addition to sending a message to the men of the world, “All or Nothing” also gives women around the world reassurance that gentlemen still exist and there are many men who want to treat the women in their lives like absolute queens.
The heart of the message is just that: men should treat the women in their lives with the upmost respect and love. However, the song has its own interesting twist. Find out what the twist is and what men need from the women in their lives. Take a listen for yourself.
For more information, or to listen to the song and learn more about the artist, visit. If you’d like to have the song on your own device, it is available on Spotify and Apple Music. To contact Karma, visit the “contact us” page on the website and fill out the form.
Check out the song “The Cook Up” on the Album “The Audio Bio” by Thonio
WE RECENTLY HAD THE PLEASURE OF GETTING TO KNOW THE IMPRESSIVELY VERSATILE AND UNDENIABLY TALENTED THONIO THROUGH HIS NEW SINGLE “THE COOK UP”.
Anthonio Ray Williams (AKA Thonio) is an on-the-rise multi-genre sensation from Little Rock, Arkansas. Thonio was recently discovered by highly revered, multi-platinum producer Darrell “Digga” Branch’s Sixfigga Brand. The story behind how the two met is incredibly inspiring. Thonio was in a horrific, near fatal car accident where he suffered serious injuries to his face. After enduring an $80,0000 surgery to reconstruct his face, this incredibly ambitious artist was able to power forward and remain focused. Despite feeling drained and trying to recover, Thonio was impressively able to triumph and amaze Digga with his raw skill and passion —- the rest is history! This artist is certainly not your average Southern artist by any means. Remarkably, Thonio doesn’t limit himself to any specific genre. This wildly versatile artist creates in all different styles, arts & genres of music. He is fiercely independent and doesn’t judge or stress about what others might think of what he is creating. If he likes the sound of it, he runs with it — period.
This is precisely what makes this artist so interesting. Thonio has effectively unleashed his wide-spanning musical tastes and influences into a giant boiling caldron, seasoned with style and flair — and much like a mad scientist, he has stirred ferociously until what has emerged is unrecognizable — an infectious monstrosity of incredible sound. Thonio has gained notoriety for his distinct flavor of soul-infused, throw-back Hip Hop sound. With his brilliant fusion of genres and style, as well as his evident refusal to operate within any boundaries or industry standards; Thonio has been awarded with increasing visibility and growing eminence.
Available on itunes – https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/the-audio-bio/id1183664407
Website – www.IamThonio.com
Soundcloud – https://soundcloud.com/thonio
Twitter – https://twitter.com/ItsThonioHomie
Bandcamp – https://thonio.bandcamp.com/