[NEW MUSIC] BLAZZPHEMY – “LOVE ME”
East Hollywood artist, Blazzphemy releases his second single, “Love Me” produced by Provision Beats.
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East Coast Artist, Jay Stormz is an aspiring beatmaker and producer from Albany, NY. The young artist has been receiving positive reviews for his latest project, K.E.M.S. The titled acronym stands for “Kill Em With my success. At an early phase of his career, Jay’s influences are mostly 90s hip hop with a bit of a 2000s twist on it. The artists in that era include KYLE, Biggie, 2Pac, Ice Cube, and T.I.
Jay Stormz has noticed that his singles have gained traction on various music platforms. He is looking forward to the next phase of his career along with the movement Y.A.C.(Young and Crazy). Additionally, Jay Stormz is a member of the group, SOD.
Jay Stormz is looking forward to releasing another project in October. The next project will be titled “Mercury” which will be an out of space and out of this world experience. Following, Jay’s rap partner, Kayes Senaria will be dropping his project “Permission to Stare.” That project will drop in November 2019. Be sure to connect with JS on social media and digital music platforms. 518 STAND UP!!!
Noah Champion and Torian Staples, better known as Young Noah Da Champ and Rhymefluid Tha Bar King from Lyrical Union, 2 Lyricists with a passion and love for Hip-Hop. Both met in 1997 at Challenger Middle School’s Recreation Program in Glendale, Arizona and became best friends sharing the same love for Hip-Hop and Rap Music. Champ and Flu came up in a Hip-Hop era at a time when Gangsta Rap was on the rise and mourned the deaths of 2pac Shakur and Biggie Smalls.
Champ and Flu’s musical interests were both Eastcoast and Westcoast music, being that Champ was from West Los Angelsmooothes, California and Rhymefluid from Baltimore, Maryland but grew up in Glendale, AZ. When the 2 came together in Independence High School in 2001 also in Glendale, they would both write rhymes together during class after finishing their work, and freestyle when they had free time at school. Both participated in group battles against other groups before and after school proving their lyrical skills and dominating the campus demanding respect. Musical interests at the time were Nas, Jay-Z, LL Cool J, Canibus, DMX, The Lox, Mobb Deep (whom they wrote a lot of raps to)Memphis Bleek, Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube, Eminem, Xzibit, Ja Rule, Master P, Kool G. Rap, KRS-One, and Common.
Throughout the years, Champ created music and always collaborated with Rhymefluid Barking on recordings such as Champ’s first album Rhyme Technician in 2004, the album didn’t see the light of day due to lack of marketing due to funds.
But that never stopped the partners in rhyme from pursuing their goals, Rhymefluid and Da Champ kept recording music while working a 9-5 in an effort to promote to massive crowds with their homeboy and R&B singer Talented Alex who is still associated with the group. And now they have a new member whom is also best friends with Champ and Flu and he goes by the name of Bozo aka Dj Fattz, who is also an Engineer as well as an MC of the group. The album “Rising Icons” is coming soon.
Be sure to connect with the talented group on social media and digital music platforms.
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Johnny Burgos is a multi-faceted singer, songwriter, and producer born and raised in Brooklyn, NY. His brand of future-soul embodies a raw uncompromising sound revealing beauty from pain, hope from despair and the will to keep fighting. With influences from Michael Jackson, Erykah Badu, J Dilla, and D’Angelo, Johnny’s music draws upon the core principles of R&B/Soul, while encompassing elements of Pop, Hip Hop, Reggae, and Blues. Especially influenced by his uncle and world-class percussionist, Andre Martinez, Johnny grew a fascination with the percussive rhythms of salsa and soul music, eventually manifesting into a devoted passion for Hip Hop.
I wanted to open up about the adversity I was confronted with on my journey, as well as the many modes of survival I relied on to get by, common to many inner city kids who seek a way out. ~Johnny Burgos on “These Hands”
In the early stages of his music career, Johnny Burgos co-produced beats with long-time collaborator and friend, DJ Skizz, for Hip Hop luminaries such as Mobb Deep and M.O.P. Soon after, Johnny would team up with singer, songwriter and close friend, Liza Colby to form the eclectic soul duo now known as The Gold Setting. His interests soon turned towards more organic arrangements as he developed his songwriting and a vocal approach that would become an integral element to his band project known as Bridge City Hustle. Johnny’s solo efforts launched in 2017, with support of campaigns by French’s Mustard and Samsung. In October of 2018, Burgos’ debut EP titled, ‘Love Through It All’ accumulates over 250,000 Spotify streams in a month from its an independent release.
“These Hands” makes its debut on digital music streams May 3rd. An incredibly soulful, uplifting and honest glimpse into his years in the making, Johnny Burgos pulls you into a story of survival and perseverance, which required all the strength and humility he had left in him to walk away triumphant. “These Hands” is a reflection of his own experience with perseverance and survival during some really difficult times in his life. Times, where I felt like my current reality, was something only of my wildest dreams and completely unattainable because of how dark things were then. Be sure to connect with Johnny on all social media outlets and digital music platforms.
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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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Chicago artist, K-Mojo is a part of the group SpaceGang. The threesome’s message in their music is about trying to make it in the rap game along with the ups and downs of everyday life. The perspective of the three local Chicagoans, K-Mojo, JayKarti & EJAY is quite clear. They desire nothing more, but to make great music and take care of their families while doing it. And if you get in the way…so be it.
SpaceGang’s new EP “Project Mercury” releases on Soundcloud along with the singles, “Acne” and “Famous Dreams” on Apple Music and Spotify. The EP gives you a detailed look on what goes on in the minds of these creatives when they collaborate in the studio. Connect with K-Mojo bright future.on social media to see what’s in store for their bright future.
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