East Coast Lyricist, Billboard G’s Sophomore Album “T.I.Me” is setting streams afire
Billboard G born Amir Rashon Williams on February 5, 1989, in Newark, NJ has made a name for himself in the underground hip-hop scene. Before the release of his sophomore album “T.I.ME” (this is me), Billboard has been able to share stages with some of the world’s biggest artists such as A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, PNB Rock, Ja Rule, Fetty Wap, and plenty more. Additionally, He made it on primetime television with an appearance on “The Steve TV Show.”
Being a full-time father, artist, and business owner is no small task for someone who manages and publicizes his music career. His influences are Jay Z, Eminem, Drake, Lil Wayne, and DMX- just to name a few. The album “Billboard Bound” is the freshman release that did 25k streams on all platforms combined.
Even with the drive and dedication and two-year absence after the “Billboard Bound” release, BBG manages to build his fanbase, perform on 30 plus shows in 2019 and work with TikTok influencers to promote his sophomore release. Additionally, the release amasses 100,000 plus streams on all streaming platforms, talk about sticking to your guns. The next and last major lyricist is right here- in front of your ears- now go out there and look up, the incomparable BILLBOARD G!
Newark Rapper, Nate The Great releases his debut single “Killa Shyt” from his forthcoming album
When life’s adversities strike, you must prevail. Up-and-coming rapper, Nate The Great hails from Newark, New Jersey and has a story to tell. Amongst his peers, he is also known as“Nate One Sixteen” and started making music as an outlet to cope with his mother’s death. At the age of twelve, he related to the emptiness of an instrumental, how it could be formed the way the artist wants it to be embodying creativity and difference.
While feeling a sense of emptiness, Nate chose the wrong way of life, and he needed an outlet to release the inner aggression. He has lived through many tense times in his life, so he turned to a USB microphone and a netbook in his bedroom. That is where the magic began, Nate The Great raps primarily about his own life experiences, and is not afraid to reveal himself on a track.
Recently, NTG found a group of like-minded individuals that accepted him and his talent. One word to describe Nate is “Claimant.” Even though he continues to chase his dreams, he refuses to let anything stand in his path of greatness. Working with artists like Fat L’zz, helps keeps his musician endeavors fresh. Nate The Great is a genius when it comes to writing his thoughts out and getting the studio producers to do wonders.
“I feel that the ability to hear various sounds through music can move people emotions positively.”
On the forthcoming EP, ‘The Big Nate,” “Killer Shyt” is the first single of many other songs, just in time for the summer. NTG began searching the worldwide for a beat and found a ‘Lil Pump’ type instrumental by the beat producer, Nevermore. The project is inspired by music that makes you feel something, whether its hate, love or even sadness.
By mastering the creation of his songs, Nate The Great is confident that the milestone that he has to walk; making his future even brighter. His lyrics and voice are sensations many people can relate to.
Although NTG is an unsigned artist, you can expect to see more of this artist shortly.