Florida Native, J-High releases his latest single, “Whole Notha Ball Game”
Multi-talented artist, J-High Is one of the most influential independent artists on Orlando’s music scene. He’s released over 8 albums and countless mixtapes.
His single, “Whole Notha Ball Game” is bringing gritty lyrics and street truth.
“This ya boy, Mr. No Breaks on the clock 24 wit no break!”
Throughout his entire career, J-High has worked with over 50 different artists. Most recent work has been with Rod Wave, Loose Kannon Take-Off, OD Rugrat and a few more. He’s performed overseas several times and toured through the US and the Caribbean.
J High isn’t just an artist, He’s also a film director, audio engineer, and photographer.
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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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East Coast Rapper, Dyl releases the visual to his single, Hey Whatsup Hello
Philadelphia, PA native, Dyl is a rapper best known for his 2015 Platinum hit single “Jordan Belfort” with Wes Walker. Dyl spent 2 years touring with Walker from 2015-2017 and visited over 60 venues nationwide to perform their hit single. After his success with “Jordan Belfort” Dyl spent several years in New Orleans, focused on his education at Tulane University, as well as developing his vocal sound, flows, and production quality. As of 2019, Jordan Belfort has over 100M streams on Spotify and Apple Music, as well as 29M views on Youtube. Recently, he announced his upcoming 2019 album and has managed to generate significant buzz surrounding the release.
Dyl’s music is known for a diverse range of styles and melodic, catchy flows. Dyl is a skilled sound engineer who does his own vocal mix and master. Several of Dyl’s previously released tracks are on the rise – including “Hey Whatsup Hello” – in part thanks to the “#DYLUMINATI” – his mysterious and quickly growing army of loyal fans. Dyl is the life of the party as he performs live in the video for “Hey Whatsup Hello”. In this catchy and upbeat track, Dyl raps about his experience and success touring as a rapper, showing that he’s the real deal with some truly epic visuals.
The video features a packed show at NOTO Nightclub in Philadelphia, featuring a very fitting cameo from Wes Walker (@ogweswalker), his partner on the Jordan Belfort track. The video is executive produced and directed by Dyl himself and boasts impressive content, production quality, and editing in Dyl’s first ever music video production. Dyl’s new album is dropping in May 2019 and captures his unique perspective and lifestyle through a sound that is relevant and appealing to a new generation of music fans.
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Dutty Devioso – Putting The Substance Back Into Hip-Hop Music
Baton Rouge, Louisiana native Dutty Devioso is carrying on the tradition for the region that birthed southern rap royalty like Lil Wayne, Juvenile, and Boosie BadAzz. A true mirror of his life experiences—as well as experiences encountered by others; Dutty’s direct style is as heartfelt as it gets and is beaming with raw energy.
With 23 years in the game (signing with Groove Control Entertainment in the late ‘90s), Dutty has transcended simply being an “artist,” by being a mentor to kids and currently prepping the launch of D-TV—which will stream live shows, freestyles, hot topics, and more. This combination positions Dutty as a higher level mogul and community leader.
“Music is very therapeutic,” ~ Dutty
However, music remains his bread and butter. On March 10th, Dutty released his latest project “Precipice.” It’s a project that is providing peace of mind, more than financial gain.
Dutty adds that he hopes his music can provide similar therapeutic results to listeners who are facing the same struggles. Dutty has a mission of bringing substance back to the game; he strays from surfing the current waves, opting instead to focus on crafting music devoid of gimmicks. “I’m just delivering music from the heart,” he says.
Connect with Dutty to remain in tune with all of his projects and check out “Precipice,” which is now available on all streaming platforms.
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Drew Tha Boss teams up with Nate TooRich and Yung Prodigal on his debut project, “Street Vibes”
Tight Grip Entertainment artist, Drew Tha Boss releases his debut 18-track album, “Street Vibes, Volume 1.” It’s all about his life and the streets and features Davion, Big Dre and label mates Nate TooRich and Yung Prodigal.
Atlanta native, Drew tha Boss, aka Andrew Head, was born in Grady Memorial Hospital. The Grip Entertainment’s C.E.O. was raised by his single mother along with three older brothers. Unfortunately, the eldest brother and his Mother transitions due to natural causes – the streets.
There is a story that relates to Drew Tha Boss’ music and how he progresses and becomes a lyrical beast. Being raised in the trap house and becoming a person known for selling weed and dope for his older brothers taught him the hustle game.
In the midst of all the distractions of life, he still was able to have freestyle battles with his homeboys. This encouragement leads him to become more serious about recording music now he’s ready to take off.
NATE TOO RICH
His label mate, Nate TooRich is an up and coming artist from Atlanta, Ga. After bursting on the scene in 2015 with his single “ Tell Dat”, Nate TooRich signed with Atlanta’s Tight Grip Entertainment. Since then, Nate and Drew (CEO), have been working on various projects. In January 2019, they released the single “Breathe” from the album, “Street Vibes”. Also, Nate TooRich is also getting set for the release of his new smash hit “ Don’t Phase Me” from his upcoming untitled EP.
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International Hip-Hop Artist, J-Good team up with Brizz on his visual, “My Time”
Toronto, Ontario’s very own J-Good(GOODIE) hails from a region that has a numerous amount of talent these days. This includes J-Good, who is from the Jane & Finch area, which is known as Jane & Driftwood Ave.
In 2012, J-Good begins rapping and took his quest to make music seriously. From his high school days, Jermaine was told that he had this powerful cool tone in his voice. This made him take rap more seriously although his passion is playing basketball since the tender age of 8 years old. J-Good’s other passion, other than music is clothing. He could step in a room and people would ask – where did you get that?
“I went from balling to rapping, Mase was my favorite rapper in the ’90s and currently it’s Nipsey Hussle” ~ J-Good
J-Good’s name derived from Jullius Ice- a childhood friend and teammate on his label -G-FLY. Goodie and Jullius would talk on the phone from time to time when J-Good was living in New York during the time. Goodie is an artist who has lived in 2 major cities and loved a challenge during his adolescent years. During his career, J-Good has performed in places like New York and the tri-state areas. Also, he has had the opportunity to perform in Toronto amongst other cities in Canada.
Currently, J-Good’s album, “Clearview” is making its ranks up the charts. It can be found on all social media and digital music sites.
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