Atlanta Femcee Suni MF just released her “Lazy Behavior” visuals which comes off her “My Bad” EP and was shot by Jamee Cornelia. This video takes place in Atlanta, Georgia at Cam Kirk Studios. The Playas Club Music Group representer has been making waves as of late as a ghost writer and building a buzz for herself out in LA. Stream her latest music on all digital streaming platforms and watch this video on YouTube.
East Coast Lyricist Pat Phinney teams up with Emilio Rojas to deliver his latest single “With That”
Pat Phinney is a young and up-coming emcee from the suburban Boston area in Massachusetts. Starting off the new year of 2021, Pat Phinney works with Emilio Rojas to deliver the single “With That” which emphasizes the lyrical ability of what the East Coast native is capable of. With an old school flow mixed into the new age sound, he brings a lot to the table with his extraordinary vocabulary and plays on puns.
Making music for well over a decade now, he steps into the game with a few notable collaborations. During this time, Connecticut native D. Lector and Phinney create a four-track EP titled “The Isolation Ep” which includes songs like “The Underground” and “Medicine.” Since then, he constructs his debut studio album titled “Phinney’s Town.” The thirteen-track album tells its own story and brings such emotion to its listeners.
The dominant-featured emcee, Pat Phinney routinely delivers new music at a professional level and is the global artist to keep an eye on. The hip-hop artist has consistently dropped new material from late 2019 to early 2020 with artists like Dwell Tha Fantum, Enels, and Critikal. Additionally, he has been recognized and featured on several media platforms including thisis50.com. Also, he links up with the legendary East Coast rapper/producer Apathy for the track “You Should Know.”
Pat Phinney continues to prove that he will become a staple in hip-hop from here on out. With no signs of slowing down, 2021 will lead with Pat’s second studio album and numerous featured singles. To remain informed, be sure to connect on social media and digital music platforms.
New music producer EyeOnEyez is no rookie in the business of music. Having produced and recorded with Hip Hop heavyweights Gucci Mane, Rick Ross, the late Prodigy of Mobb Deep, TI and even legendary members of the Wu Tang Clan amongst many others, EyeOnEyez’s name and unique sound has been forever cemented in rap culture, respectfully.
EyeOnEyez’s desire to create trap music began in 2015. He learned to play bass and guitar at age 14 with aspirations to become a jazz musician. “Hip hop has always been at the forefront of my goals, so my love for music production drew me back to the studio.” Indubiously known for his unconventional basslines and live instrumental rifts and improvisations, EyeOnEyez was introduced to Wu Tang Clan’s Raekwon, who he continues to credit for his official introduction into the entertainment industry as a connector for the novice producer.
“Having money is great, but being famous is a liability.” -EyeOnEyez, on maintaining anonymity as a well-known producer and music influencer. When asked about his infamous red mask, EyeOnEyez lends to his mysterious, introverted nature. Debuting on the highly anticipated video featuring the late Prodigy as a way to maintain privacy as a public figure, EyeOnEyez described the eeriness surrounding the unreleased visual as “dark” and “creepy as hell”. After the untimely death of Prodigy, EyeOnEyez changed his mask from black to red, symbolizing the transition of his thoughts from a character in a music video representing evil and death to an introverted musical genius.
Stepping from behind the shadows of enigma, the masked super producer taps fellow trap artists, TI, 42 Dugg, Yung Dro and others to debut his first solo project, “Greed and Mystery”. “Greed is a driving force in the world behind many things; no one wants to appear greedy so they veil it in mystery, creating an uncomfortable feeling in society,” he explains, elaborating on the meaning behind the title. “Greed + mystery = creates perception of evil.” With breakout songs such as “We Paid” and “Look What I Got” featuring 42 Dugg, EyeOnEyez explains the inspiration behind the visual concepts. “For ‘Look What I Got’, I pulled ideas from my favorite TV show ‘Rick and Morty’ and classic film ‘Faces of Death’. I used many themes to bring my thoughts to life and used a simple story line to bring everything to life.”
EyeOnEyez continues to inspire an alternative genre of upcoming artists and musicians and offers simple advice: If you love music, you just do it. Most musicians are compulsive. Sometimes it’s against your best interest. Most musicians create music because we have to. It’s in your veins… in your thoughts…ingrained in your every moment of life. Never stop working on your craft. You never know where you may land… or where your imagination may take you.”
Sam Archer -Veteran Reggae/R&B Singer/Producer- officially launches the first single from his upcoming album
Veteran musician, songwriter, producer, and recording artist, Samuel Archer has released his first single in over ten years, “Quality.” The song is available worldwide on all streaming and digital download platforms.
Sam is a well known East Coast producer, celebrity interviewer, and performer. “Quality” is a glimpse into what Samuel has in store for music lovers with his forthcoming project, “Soul Music Vineyard” scheduled for release this year. It’s a project that also includes instrumentals, collaborations bursting with creative energy, and of course, “Sam”.
This song is really, REALLY good! Fans of Archer will more than likely be expecting a song that reflects his reggae heritage like his previous album, “Sweat, Tears, and Mileage“. What they will find instead is a song that could compete with the likes of Jussie Smollett and Brian McKnight. The song is well-produced, simple in structure, easy to sing, and has a positive, (love focused), theme. In short, this is a hit in the making.
Samuel Archer grew up in Bethany Village, Mt. Pleasant, Tobago, W.I. When Samuel was five years old, his father bought a piano. He learned to play, and it was then that his relationship with music and love for piano began. By the age of eight, he began playing the piano during church song service for his school. Eventually, Samuel took part in choir, orchestra, and steel pan. At the age of fourteen, he played for local hotels and assisted some of the local bands with musical direction.
Samuel has worked with artists and groups B2K, Horace Brown, 112, Courtney Fadlin, His Voice, Lovener Walcott, Aquannette Chinnery, Delroy Souden, Miriam Corlette Williams, and Nhojj, to mention a few. He has contributed music to T.V. shows – Dr. 90210, The Janice Dickinson Modeling Agency, Property Ladder, How Clean Is Your House, Millionaire Matchmaker, and many others. He has also scored for films such as The Lockdown Club, All I Want, Moving In, Blue Suitcase, The Documentary: On The Road to Love, Pain, & Redemption, and more.
Sam’s most recent productions are with Philadelphia native and celebrated singer, songwriter, and poet Nadira Norjahan. In 2013 Samuel and Nadira joined creative forces. They released Nadira Norjahan’s Double A-Side , Nadira Norjahan’s Double A-Side, II , Love Pain & Redemption , which is her full-length debut album. Singles “Hot Chocolate,” “Love & Honey,” and “SugaCane,” were released between 2017 and 2020.
Sam Archer is an artist that you need to bookmark and come back to. His latest release is an excellent comeback track and just the first of many great songs he plans to launch in 2021.
Milwaukee native, King Savy gives us a sneak peep of what’s ahead in 2021
King Savy, the independent rapper from Milwaukee is back in the spotlight. Recently, he just dropped his project titled “Real Recognize Real” which is gaining lots of attention on most social media sites such as Instagram and other music platforms. In 2016, King Savy made his debut with his single “Get Turnt.” This time around, he is staying more consistent while working with many other artists in the music business.
King Savy is making major moves that will put him one step closer to breaking the barrier of the underground scene and into the mainstream era with his magnificent voice and his style of rapping. In November of 2019, he delivered a classic rap number titled “Dance the Night Away.” The single was taken from the awaited tape “American Dream”, which meshes dance and tropical nuances.
In the near future, King Savy will be dropping his first album titled “Remember Me.” “This album will be one of my best and most memorable project to date. It’s going to include turn-up music with a little bit of storytelling about what’s going on with the world including what been going with me,” says King Savy. Be sure to stay in tune for more music by connecting with this artist on social media platforms and digital music platforms.
Bishop The Overseer delivers the visual to his latest single “Rap Kulture”(REMIX)
<p value="<amp-fit-text layout="fixed-height" min-font-size="6" max-font-size="72" height="80">Through Bishop The Overseer's lyricism, as contained within his new commercially recorded release, “Rap Kulture", this Missouri, USA born Master of Ceremony (MC) sensationalizes his duality of citizenship with the chorus line “Nigeria is in the building so its bound to hit.” This single follows his previous hit single “<a href="https://thisisplatinumhiphop.com/music-bishop-overseer-runnin-back/" data-type="URL" data-id="https://thisisplatinumhiphop.com/music-bishop-overseer-runnin-back/">Runnin Back</a>”, which was featured on BBC Music by DJ Semtex on his show “5 Tracks You Need To Know.” The son of a Nigerian born Father, and a American born Mother, Bishop unequivocally embraces his duality roots to Nigeria through his collaboration with the Lagos-based Silverbird Communications media outlet.<br><br>Bishop performs his newly written and composed theme song “Rap Kulture” for the Lagos, Nigeria based commercial radio station 93.7 Rhythm FM, which is owned and operated by Silverbird.<br><br>The original theme song composition is as a result of a radio interview conducted by the station’s radio show host Raezy Winston for his show “Rap Kulture”; and Winston’s subsequent request for a "behind the scenes" drop introduction (artist radio station reference) and a brief original song performance by Bishop over a original instrumental. The audio remix version modifies the song composition by removing the radio station reference from the chorus section, adding a chorus overlay and adding a third verse. Four different versions of the song composition is available for consumer consumption.<br><br><br>The original audio version is distributed United Masters/Steve Stoute. The original music video version is distributed by Bishop Enterprises Publishing, LLC/BEPC Music and Entertainment Group. The audio remix is distributed by AWAL/Kobalt Music Group. The remix music video version is distributed by Peeksound/FUGA.<br><br>The originally composed theme song for the radio show “Rap Kulture” is inspired in-part by the dedication, inspiration and cultivation of authentic Hip-Hop/Rap/R&B which is readily available for consumption, by over 15 million consumers in Lagos, across the station’s platform. Be sure to connect with Bishop The Overseer on his <a href="https://bishopenterprises99.com/" data-type="URL" data-id="https://bishopenterprises99.com/">website</a>, all social media and digital music platforms.Through Bishop The Overseer’s lyricism, as contained within his new commercially recorded release, “Rap Kulture”, this Missouri, USA born Master of Ceremony (MC) sensationalizes his duality of citizenship with the chorus line “Nigeria is in the building so its bound to hit.” This single follows his previous hit single “Runnin Back”, which was featured on BBC Music by DJ Semtex on his show “5 Tracks You Need To Know.” The son of a Nigerian born Father, and a American born Mother, Bishop unequivocally embraces his duality roots to Nigeria through his collaboration with the Lagos-based Silverbird Communications media outlet.
Bishop performs his newly written and composed theme song “Rap Kulture” for the Lagos, Nigeria based commercial radio station 93.7 Rhythm FM, which is owned and operated by Silverbird.
The original theme song composition is as a result of a radio interview conducted by the station’s radio show host Raezy Winston for his show “Rap Kulture”; and Winston’s subsequent request for a “behind the scenes” drop introduction (artist radio station reference) and a brief original song performance by Bishop over a original instrumental. The audio remix version modifies the song composition by removing the radio station reference from the chorus section, adding a chorus overlay and adding a third verse. Four different versions of the song composition is available for consumer consumption.
The original audio version is distributed United Masters/Steve Stoute. The original music video version is distributed by Bishop Enterprises Publishing, LLC/BEPC Music and Entertainment Group. The audio remix is distributed by AWAL/Kobalt Music Group. The remix music video version is distributed by Peeksound/FUGA.
The originally composed theme song for the radio show “Rap Kulture” is inspired in-part by the dedication, inspiration and cultivation of authentic Hip-Hop/Rap/R&B which is readily available for consumption, by over 15 million consumers in Lagos, across the station’s platform. Be sure to connect with Bishop The Overseer on his website, all social media and digital music platforms.
The anticipation is over! After his initial blast into the music scene in 2017 with the regional hit “Gas”, Khody Blake is back with his first full EP project under the hot label L.O.U.D. MUZIK entitled “The Khody Blake Show”. Every tune on the 7 song EP has been getting major attention and spins on radio formats across the country and now Khody officially drops a visual for one of them. “Let Me Know”, produced by the musical genius T!M NED (Nipsey Hustle, Fat Pimp, Lil KeKe, Cam Wallace) takes you to that moment when a guy seeks the attention of that special lady and simply wants to make do all he can to win her heart. Featuring choreography from Jon Glenn (New Vibe Dance Studio) Let Me Know brings a fresh look into the “Phenom” Khody Blake’s musical style and vocal ability.
Big Smitty’s “Kingston 2” project has garnered a strong buzz in his hometown Savannah, Georgia. The Playas Club Music Group representer is known for his lyrical ability and authenticity. Check out his newest single “VB$“ available on all digital streaming platforms and Youtube.
Spliff Star teams up with Nathaniel The Great and Shyisty on his latest single’s visual “LAY UP” – Just In Time For Valentine’s Day
Spliff Star’s single “LAY UP” is just in time for Valentine’s Day. “LAY UP” embodies every element of what quarantining has been like for couples. Spliff and his love interest meet at the Millennium Hilton following a prior rendezvous; he has no clue what she has in store for him.
Written by Spliff Star, Jenna Herche, and GeohVision, “LAY UP” stars Spliff and features Nathaniel the Great and Shyisty. “LAY UP” was produced by Kevin Cruceta and directed by Jenna Herche and GeohVision; it was shot and edited by GeohVision.
William “Spliff Star” Lewis was born and raised in the Flatbush section of Brooklyn. Spliff, the Alfred Hitchcock of Hip Hop, is the king of cameos. His ability to embody and morph into character, both on-stage and on-set, has solidified him as a legend in the game since the inception of his career in 1996.
His talent, coupled with his creative spirit, has enabled him to transcend from rapping and production to acting and directing. Whether he is in front of the camera, or behind it, Spliff is funny, but focused; calculated yet charismatic. As the hype man to Busta Rhymes, he has been featured on numerous tracks and videos under Flipmode and the Conglomerate; Spliff founded PaperRock Records in 2007. He has had the privilege of working with Rah Digga, Mariah Carey, Fat Joe, Rampage, Baby Sham, Kid Capri, Kelis, and Missy Elliot for starters. His last project, Food, is his sophomore album under PaperRock; it was released in 2018.
Through his travels, Spliff has been privy to many unique and comical experiences and people. He is currently working on a book that features twenty of his hypest moments, titled The Hypest.
Additionally, his experience in the game has peaked interest from aspiring artists; they all want to know his secret. Spliff’s perspective is priceless and can enhance ones’ performance and engagement with the audience. Whether he assists with improving stage presence or warms the crowd up as their hype man, Spliff has a full repertoire to intensify any project.
Spliff’s style is timeless; his contribution to the culture, indelible. With Hip Hop coming full circle, he has bridged the gap between the old-school realm, we have come to love, and the new wave of trendsetters who share the same passion. Be sure to connect with Spliff on his website, social media, and digital music platforms.