The R&B Princess of Los Angeles, Nikia teams up with Wo Billz on her latest single, “Truth Syrum”
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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DJ Greenguy was once signed to a subsidiary label of Sony named Mad Flavor Entertainment as his alias name Kwin MD. In 2001, DJ Greenguy, then known as Kwin MD moved from Virginia back to his hometown Philly. At that time, he decided to leave Mad Flavor Entertainment and got together with Omega Redd and Va’Les to start the Self Owned Artist movement. Self Owned Artists is abbreviated as S.O.A.z and this is the name they used to release several mixtapes and singles.
In 2005, DJ Greenguy released the S.O.A. Radio mixtape series, which led to the radio show that exploded in 2008. In 2013, DJ Greenguy released a group album as Kwin MD and DJ Greenguy with guest appearances by his Common Ground and S.O.A. extended family called “The Real McKome”. This was after he had moved to the West Coast. In 2017, DJ Greenguy released “Triangulum” album and signed to the Liferdef Empire label.
In 2018, DJ Greenguy released “Smoke Tree” album as well.
The Life of Tupac Shakur told by his real close friends and the ones who have not seen any films about Tupac before. In this movie, the cast goes on to find out- if the rumors of Tupac being alive or not- is a must watch for every real Tupac fan. Directed for once by DJ King Assassin, who actually knew Tupac, even before he broke into superstardom. From past singers, who sang on Tupac’s albums to top producers you never knew who Makaveli-The Don Tupac has worked with.
Just recently, DJ Greenguy released a song with Bossolo and Reime Schemes called “Hands Up Don’t Shoot.” The song will be featured on the upcoming film “Makaveli” Movie soundtrack.
International Hip-Hop artist, Jippie6 born as Kalle Andreasson in Stockholm, Sweden is making noise on the other side of the map. Currently, the 17-year-old artist/producer is living his best life outside of Gothenburg. As the ultimate professional, he located there because it would be convenient to do business with fellow artists and friends. Although Jippie6 has been in the industry as an artist for two months, he has been producing other artists for a long time.
Jippie6’s music is a mixture of Hip-Hop, Pop and Soul. His current singles, “Two Names” and “Round Three” are making waves on digital platforms with over 12,000 streams on Spotify. On Youtube, the audio video of “Round Three” has accumulated over 51,000 views since January 3rd. of this year.
Jippie6’s relationship with other artists is a blessing these days. He met Young Slime and Benjji on his way to the studio. Young Slime and Benjii are a big deal in his city and meeting them at that time, led to the recording of “Round Three” amongst other songs. Now, they are the best of friends outside of the studio.
Most of Jippie6’s upcoming releases will be more towards Hip-Hop/R&B genre. He’s producing all of the tracks including mixing, and automation The beats that he will be using are from his library and now he’s ready to show the world what he is made of. There will be an album sometime after Jippee6 relocates to Spain in March. This temporary move is going to heighten his career while working with some other producers and songwriters there. Jippee6 is going to wow the industry with his innovative style of hip-hop, just you wait and see.
Hailing from West Fordham, Bx, Jo-Bread is a New York native artist who dropped a music video for his latest release, ‘Dream About It’ directed by D.R.I.V.E Films.
Check out the video below and follow Jo-Bread @westfordhambread. Please remember to check out www.jobreadgvng.com
Alyssa Colón’s current single, “I’m Gucci” is a teenage girl’s perspective of being very confident with goals. Alyssa is serving bossiness on this track and is warning her peers that are hanging out – she has a totally different agenda in mind.
The hook ” I’m Gucci, I’m Bougie, and I can be a little snooty, Don’t test me, Don’t mess with me, but you will see a lot of press about me!” Here I am making my mark, selling hits and I’m gonna to spark.” is very catchy.
Alyssa is definitely bound for stardom with this hit and will be serving more in the near future. We won’t be letting the cat out of the bag. You’re just going be in suspense until she drops another one with a very notable artist in the hip-hop game. Stay tuned for major things in the works of this talented singer.
When you are seeking a storyline behind the everyday struggle – Hip-Hop Duo of 4 Real, De_Graaf & J-Don are the solution. The storyline to be heard is on their most recent compilation, 4Matic. The 11-track mixtape/EP has several talented producers like Two4Flex, Easy European, Decicco; just to name a few.
De_Graaf, who grew up in Elmont NY has always had a passion for music since a young child. Some of the East Coast influences included Nas, 50 Cent, Jay-Z and Biggie Smalls. Often many misconstrued De_Graaf’s passion for music as a hobby. Someone told him “You Should Take This Serious,” and this inspired him to channel his energy into making it a reality. At that moment, he partnered with J-Don to create a solid plan to reveal to the world.
The other half of 4 Real, J-Don was born In Flatbush, Brooklyn; but raised In Elmont, NY. The love that J-Don has for music can be heard in his delivery. Growing up during his elementary school days, During breaks, He & his friends would rap in the back of the class. This is where he earned the name “Jada” for his resemblance to “Jadakiss” & his impeccable bars inspired by his favorite rapper “Meek Mill.” For the record, J-Don has a story to tell, and he wants you to experience it.
J-Don & Graaf has put in work and often spent many days writing over beats. They both realize that it was time to take things to the next level. The 4 Real duo plan to present the “Real” in Hip-Hop with their aspiring vocals and uptempo beats. Both De_Graaf and J-Don have a desire to create a new sound in the rap industry.
Don’t forget to check out their debut first project “4Matic”. It is streaming on Apple Music, Spotify, DatPiff and other digital music outlets everywhere.
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