Maryland rapper, Aristotle began recording at the age of 14. With so many thoughts and ideas, music has always been a therapeutic method of expression. With a limitless frame of mind, range of sounds, and word bank all playing a large part of each track, Aristotle’s love for the ever- so-changing music industry challenges him to keep creating.
Aristotle recently released an EP called “3 Da Hard Way”.
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When it comes to intimacy and fantasy women want a partner that can make those visions into a physical feeling. Someone that knows how to handle them and their body through an inviting experience.
Landing in Detroit Michigan we run into a Dope R&B artist name Nick LaVelle that lives up to those fantasy’s by teaming up with fellow singer “Vedo” for new Single “Motion 2.0”. Focus on deep sexual encounters both Nick and Vedo describe why specific motions with their female counter parts will have her hot all over.
Sounds of love making, can put you in that mood, where you must fulfill that urge. Nick and Vedo show you what they mean with the Official Motion 2.0 video where they mention “Love it when I go under, Love when I use my tongue down, it’s all about the motion. The beat sets the mood, the lyrics get you in your feelings and the video makes you put your thoughts into action.
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New Release from Milwaukee Native, female rapper/songwriter Kia Rap Princess aka KRP ! Single entitled “ISSA VIBE” ! This is mos def a spring/summer feel good anthem. This is that record to play when you just wanna keep the negative energy away and just enjoy life, love and all of the above. Produce by J Glad Music, this one will make you feel like your right on the islands. This single is Available for immediate Release. KRP’s Social media and booking email info below
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FLYBOYMAC releases his visual to hit single, What You Want
Malcolm Antonio Moss that goes by the name of FlyBoyMAC has been on the Big Bubble lately !!! After dropping his Biggest Hit Single ” What You Want ” on all major platforms… He also had got Book to be on California Best Radio station ( KCAA RADIO ) in San Bernardino April 10th for an Interview on Air and Airplay for his Hit Single ” What You Want ” with Lashaun Turner. Also, FlyBoyMAC is making his Next lead on the 88.7fm radio station with Dj Corey in Miami Before his show he has with Dev at Miami Live Night Club on April 21st. FlyBoyMAC is making moves without a team or label behind him only supportive fans and his Manager Mrs. Yolanda.
FlyBoyMAC Hit Single Music is out on all Store sites: iTunes, Spotify and many many more. Check out the KCAA interview here: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/966-calis-best-28826163/episode/kcaa-calis-best-wed-10-apr-30809480/
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Atlanta native, Verde Rose teams up with Paul Williams on his single, “41”
From Panama City, Florida to Atlanta, GA – Verde Rose is formerly known as Vito Cartier holds nothing back as he shares his distorted reality with you. From his entire bloodline being murdered on the day he was born. On October of 1991, from being 1440% physically and mentally disabled, homeless while facing jail time 27 years later, he gives the listener everything that he has with hopes that they appreciate it his sacrifices for your entertainment.
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Roxbury’s very own, Jefe REPLAY’s project, “Proper Finessments” makes its debut on the digital platforms
Jefe Replay is a hip hop artist from Roxbury, MA (Boston) and appears as a feature in Highsnobiety, XXL, Lyrical Lemonade and more. Modeling for Nike, the Celtics, Bodega, Raf Simons, and more—Jefe Replay is an icon and a beacon of hope for many.
Jefe Replay has generated a following for his eclectic versatility and unmatched energy on the mic that reflects the lifestyle, dreams, and journeys that he takes his fans on. Replay lets his craft speak for itself and has proven his worth over the years with singles and features that display his talents.
“Being successful in Boston, you really get to touch your fans, you really get to see the supporters who come out to your shows”
Replay explains “I’ve been hot since the lunch tables” – and it’s true— after showing out on hit singles he joined Cam Meekins for nationwide tours at the age of 17. The early success also came with the allure of joining a larger label which his longtime brother Cousin Stizz did in signing with RCA records.
After a number of close calls with the street life—Replay commits himself to hip hop and delivers his first project “Proper Finessements” on February 1st, 2019. The date has added meaning along with the zip code for his hometown of Roxbury being 02119. In the intro song “A Different Road”, Replay details his winding path to stardom and the realization that hip hop is his gift to the world.
The album meets with critical acclaim and is sure to be a classic on the Boston scene as a project that stands the test of time. In fact, some of the songs (Sips Tea, Stay Ugly) have already been bangers for 4 years with the melodies hitting ahead of their time.
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The Urban Fu$e Collective releases a new project, “Runaway”
The members of Urban Fu$e hail from all over the world and are truly a reflection of diverse cultures and different approaches to music fused into one single sound. A strong dance beat is the hallmark of UF no matter the genre: Hip Hop / Rap, Dance Hall, V-Pop, Afro, Latin, UF does it all!
Why do they call themselves Urban Fu$e?
They chose the name because of the multicultural fusion of their music, but also because they consider themselves to be fuses: they will spark the musical revolution that is to come. The members of Urban Fu$e come from Yaounde, Cameroon, Lagos, Nigeria; Freeport, Bahamas; Nashville, Tennessee; San Francisco Bay Area, California; London, England, and Vietnam. Their new single “Runaway,” is a breath of musical fresh air, as their intriguing sound is like no other on the scene.
Quote from Suzanna Lam, founder of Urban Fu$e:
“I was inspired by a true story I saw on Youtube that happened back in the ’60s or ’70s in which a beautiful actress was caught cheating on her husband and caused quite a scandal, especially for the guy who was a well-known songwriter in the entertainment industry. In the true story the guy (the husband) was broken-hearted, cried, pleaded to her in public to come back to him with the kids and he would forgive her but she never did probably too embarrassed. There are well-known documented youth suicides as a result of social media bullies. The cause of suicide is due to the embarrassment caused by these online bullies. We intentionally have a male vocalist on the track because we feel crying is a very natural process when someone is hurt physically and emotionally so it doesn’t matter if you’re a boy or a girl, you have the ability to cry and that’s OK, not a taboo as in “boys don’t cry” kind of attitude that most people believe. Hopefully, through this song boys are more accepted to cry because it’s not healthy to hold things back inside and boys pretend to be strong.
Crying is just a way for the body to re-balance the chemicals in the body when it goes through an emotional shock so there is nothing to be ashamed or embarrassed about it. That’s why we had female rapper coming on the track in verse three to tell him just that message.
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