Willy Mateo – Alt. Facts

Willy Matéo encourages others to embrace their individuality with new EP ‘Denim’ 

PITTSBURGH, PA – Like many artists around the world, Willy Matéo turns to music as an outlet for all the things he can’t communicate in his normal, everyday life. His latest EP “Denim” is a perfect example of how this Pop and R&B artist uses music to pour out raw emotion in ways that are intriguing and connecting with fans all over the world. His songs are youthful with a grown and sexy tone, and his natural vibrato will give you chills. It’s impossible not to catch a vibe to his melodic rhythm and ballads, and “Denim” perfectly showcases a variety of flavors that fit many different vibes. 

“Ultimately it’s a project that lets me get out all the things I couldn’t before,” Matéo said. “I’m usually the bigger person in situations and so I normally don’t say how I feel. This EP gives me closure on what happened with relationships in the past – on things I did wrong and others did wrong. And it’s a way to explore how I can make my next relationship better.” 

Across five tracks, Matéo brings a mixture of R&B and Pop alongside a deep, rich voice that pairs perfectly with his witty wordplay. Sometimes he introduces an affected rasp into his music for a more gravelly edge, while other times he lifts his vocals into a higher range for a falcetto feel.  

The stand-out single from the project is a song called “Alt. Facts.” It’s a song about calling someone out on their lies. Matéo said it has a cool and laid-back vibe that feels like it was pulled from the upbeat jazzy atmosphere of the 1960s. But the lyrics on the song are aggressive, and the way he sings is aggressive. He’s letting people know what he thinks and how he feels.  

Ultimately Matéo said he wants to connect with anyone who feels like they’re different or “weird.” His music and art is meant to inspire others and help them embrace their individuality. With a voice and sound that’s unique in and of itself, his music is definitely the kind that connects with people who consider themselves to be on the fringes of society. 

“The message I want to put out there for all is that it’s OK to be different and weird,” he said. “It’s OK to be the person that nobody understands. You’re different for a reason. Just because you think and are different doesn’t make you any less of a person. I’ve had life experiences where I’ve always been the outcast and the loner, and with my music I want to inspire people to dare to be different.” 

Matéo’s music is currently available across all streaming platforms.

To listen to his music, or to follow him on social media, please visit the following links: 

https://youtube.com/user/WilliamMatthew2010
www.Twitter.com/willyymateo 
www.Instagram.com/willyymateo 
www.Facebook.com/theewillymateo

Bl@ke – A1 (Superbomb)

‘Thank God She Slid In My DMs’ is what songster, Bl@ke, is crooning with his new hit single  ‘A1 (Superbomb)’ 

TARZANA, CA – A new wave of R&B and Pop sounds is hitting the industry with fresh new singles from Altadena-based artist Bl@ke. His latest single “A1 (Superbomb)” is a sultry love song with a smooth vibe and a Pop edge that caters to a mainstream audience. Featuring fellow West Coast artist Neesin, the song tells the story of that special someone sliding into a person’s Direct Messages after trading glances across the room. Displaying his signature sound and stand-out vocals, “A1 (Superbomb)” is the perfect example of how this young artist is making a name for himself in the industry and why his manager Benny Robinson of The Individual Collective Entertainment is excited to introduce Bl@ke to the World. 

“It has been said that his music is reminiscent of Chris Brown and Eric Bellinger,” Robinson said. “But he has his own unique sound, as well. He’ll be a breath of fresh air in this R&B game.”  

In addition to “A1 (Superbomb),” Bl@ke is set to release two follow-up singles “Not Stressed” and “Chill Vibez.” The first is a celebratory summer banger about hitting the city with the fellas while living that stress-free life and linking with the ladies. The music video for the single is set to take place on the beach boasting jet skis, barbecues and bikinis – all things that capture the upbeat essence evoked when listening to the song. “Chill Vibez” is more of a laid-back, introspective track that talks about moving on after a heartbreak. Together with “A1 (Superbomb)” the trio of singles showcase the unique sound and style from this rising young talent. 

Born with a mic in his hand and a dream in his heart, Bl@ke began performing and captivating audiences as a young child. He started performing at the age of 6 when he was given the opportunity to premier his talents at Prince’s LA-based hot spot, Glam Slam. After that inaugural performance, he was able to secure the opening act for notable artists like Coolio and Teena Marie, and it also landed him the opportunity to dance on stage with Usher. It was evident at a young age that Bl@ke had the ability to command the attention of a crowd – not just with his vocal performances, but with his dancing abilities and larger-than-life stage presence.  

Over time, Bl@ke’s musical talents have been inspired by many artists, but none more so than the late great Nipsey Hussle. It’s in Hussle’s Marathon mantra that Bl@ke finds his own work ethic rooted in the take the stairs approach and eliminating the middleman. Bl@ke is the consummate creative, allowing the process to mold him into, not only a better artist, but a better man. 

“I believe in uplifting and encouraging people through my music,” Bl@ke said. “I want to inspire others if I do nothing else. I want to create music that blesses and encourages the audience; to give other people opportunities that I wasn’t handed. I hope this world remembers me for my heart – for how I love people and how I made good music.” 

To listen to Bl@ke’s music, or to follow him on social media, please visit the following links: 

https://youtu.be/tK_wv-MDE0w 

https://instagram.com/youknowblakesmith 

https://open.spotify.com/album/6EgpfJzYHjamk53zBBI3Hn?si=U39EVbEeSsOs49D_rykJ-g 

https://music.apple.com/us/album/a-1-superbomb-feat-neesin-single/1560617114 

 

SaadiFour – I Can’t

Raw emotion takes center stage on new music from 19-year-old artist Saadifour

PHILADELPHIA, PA – Money, power, respect and loyalty are the four things that are of utmost importance to up-and-coming young artist Saadifour. At only 19-years-old, this fast-rising star from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is already making a name for himself in hip-hop circles and is set to become an international artist with his latest hit single “I Can’t.” 

It’s clear from the opening bars that Saadifour pours his deepest feelings into everything he creates. As he weaves stories from his current status in life, this freestyle master pours out emotional pain and moments of frustration in ways that will immediately relate with a wide range of audiences all around the world.  

“It’s a song that says, ‘I know it’s gonna be OK, but I can’t make like I’m cool with everything that’s going on,’” Saadifour said. “I’m freestyling about what’s going on in my city, and some of the stuff I go through on the regular. But despite many setbacks, I will never be the one to give up. I have a 1-year-old son and a family at home that’s depending on me to make a difference. To my greatest ability, I will use my talent that Allah has given me, and one day it will be my turn to prove to the world that I’m one of the greatest artists out of Philly.” 

Saadifour said rap has always been something that has come natural to him. Since he was a young kid it’s been something he’s been good at. He first learned from his father, who was also a rapper and would often get together with Saadifour’s uncles to create music. As he grew older, Saadifour began to study some of his favorite artists – rappers like Meek Mill and Lil Uzi Vert – who came from his same neighborhood. He started freestyling with friends and would get a lot of high praise from anyone who heard him, and in 2018 – at the age of 16 – he started recording some of his music. In the years since he’s created more than 100 songs and developed a sound and style that is unique and catchy. 

“Every time I hit the beat I do it off the top of my head,” he said. “It’s what I really feel. Some people make music for other people, but I do it for myself as well as for other people. I do both. My music is insane. My voice is unique. I can jump on any type of music and I can do every type of flow. A lot of people out there only have one flow and can’t jump on multiple lanes like I can. I want people to know that I’ve got everything they want. However you’re feeling, I’ve got it. If you’re down, or you want something up-tempo, I’ve got everything. And you’re gonna feel that emotion every time.” 

 

Saadifour said he has a new mixtape called “Phases” that is set to drop before the end of August that fans can look forward to, and he might drop another single before that.

To listen to his music, or to follow him on social media, please visit the following links: 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?app=desktop&v=NcOxJoU-R10 

Instagram/Twitter- @Saadifour  

https://www.instagram.com/saadifour/ 

Salazar – Gone (feat. North Star “Da General” & Agony “The Secret Weapon)

 Poignant new song ‘Gone’ captures sentimentality of pain and loss 

MIAMI, FL – A lot of people have lost loved ones over the past year-and-a-half. Whether through complications with the COVID virus, or through street violence, or police brutality, or any number of other situations – the world has dealt with a lot of loss recently. Cuban-American hip-hop and trap artist Salazar is no different. In 2002 he found his best friend murdered in his own house, and in the years since the feeling of loss and melancholy has been almost overwhelming at times. To help himself and others cope with that pain and mourn in healthy ways, he reached out to fellow artists and longtime friends North Star “Da General” and Agony “The Secret Weapon” to pen the new song “Gone.” Together – with other artists from South Florida – they formed the collective known as Common Ground. With the help of producers Marc French and Dicee of Savoir Faire Entertainment, they created a poignant, almost film-like vibe that is reverberating in powerful ways all around the world. 

“It’s tragic,” Salazar said of the loss so many have experienced this year. “A lot of people I mention in the song are friends we lost – people we played baseball with in little league. The common ground the three of us on this track have is we all lost loved ones and friends to police brutality and street violence. We’ve all known each other for 20 years, and it really hits too close to home when we have fallen soldiers. Unfortunately it’s something people can really relate to right now.” 

Salazar said other credits on the single include Miguel Profile Castro – who has producer credits in the past with super hip-hop duo Mobb Deep – and Steven Fabian Dorce, AKA “Mic Rippa” – a Miami hip-hop pioneer who was signed to an independent label by the name of Rolly Roll Records and was scooped up to work with the Beatnuts in the early 1990s. 

“That’s what makes this song a staple to the Miami hip-hop community,” he said. “These guys were local legends. Miguel would let us in the Miami Dade Community College midi lab, and even if we weren’t matriculated in the school he’d let us be in there working and learning and keeping us out and away from trouble. He’s the reason we met and why we still make music to this day.” 

Born in Miami, Florida to Cuban-American parents, Salazar’s childhood dream was to follow in his father’s footsteps and play professional baseball. In 2016 he began to pursue a solo career, focusing on the surging popularity of trap music – a style that he had perfected in the early 2000s before it became a popular sub-genre of hip-hop. His first song after coming back was a single called “Soy Trapero,” which is a made-up slang term for anyone who loves trap music. To say the single put him on the map is an understatement. It’s a song that created its own movement – from clothes and hats to being the No. 1 artist on ReverbNation for Miami. That movement has expanded over the past three years to encompass two unique brands – Soy Trapero and Chico Mobb, with clothes and apparel in Spanish and English, respectively. 

Salazar has also worked to create amazing visuals for all his music over the past few years. One of the more recent music videos that has gained a lot of traction is for his hit single “Whippin That Work.” Tens of thousands of viewers have already streamed the video, and the reviews that Salazar has been getting have been impressive. A video for “Gone” is slated to drop on July 13, as well, and Salazar said it will offer visuals that will only serve to elevate the poignancy of the song even more. 

“We shot in a cemetery and in a church and by some railroad tracks at sunset – somewhere heavenly with sunlight in the background,” he said. “The images themselves will help you see and feel what we’re trying to bring with this song. We went even to one of the tombstones of one of our homeboys that we’re talking about in the song. They’re amazing visuals that match the song perfectly.” 

To listen to Salazar’s music, or to follow him on social media, please visit the following links: 

Gone links:  

Spotify: Gone
Soundcloud: Gone by salazar305
YouTube Official Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ExD-QyEHiso  

Youtube Lyric Video: Salazar “El Tabaquero” “Gone” feat North Star “Da General” & Agony “The Secret Weapon” Lyric Video 

SALAZAR SOCIAL MEDIA :  

https://www.reverbnation.com/salazar305 

https://www.soundcloud.com/salazar305 

https://www.youtube.com/salazar305 

https://www.instagram.com/tabaquero305 

https://www.instagram.com/soytrapero 

https://www.instagram.com/chicomobb 

https://www.facebook.com/tabaquero305 

https;//www.twitter.com/salazar305 

https://www.facebook.com/salazar305
Spotify: Salazar El Tabaquero 

NORTH STAR DA GENERAL SOCIAL MEDIA  

Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/user-201853585 

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/n_o_r_t_h_305/ 

Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/N_O_R_T_H_305 

North Star Da General Spotify: 

https://open.spotify.com/artist/5BGFjYyw5ME6e7ZhSas36j 

AGONY THE SECRET WEAPON SOCIAL MEDIA 

Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/agony305 

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/agony305/ 

Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/agony305 

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/agony305 

Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/agony305 

Bandcamp: https://agony305.bandcamp.com 

Agony The Secret Weapon Spotify:  

Agony “The Secret Weapon” 

AJ From The 9 Releases Another Smash “Smoke Break” Just In Time For The Summer

AJ From The 9 Drops New Single “Smoke Break” From His “More Sounds From The 9” Album!

AJ From The 9 – Smoke Break (Director’s Cut) Feat. Prote-J & One Sixxx

After dropping his last album “Sounds From The 9” on New Years 2020, Southern California rap artist AJ From The 9 is back with his latest visual and follow up album in over a year. Despite difficult circumstances during the COVID-19 pandemic, AJ has stayed busy working on new music for his album “More Sounds From The 9”, ready to once again, “Do it for The 9”, aspiring to be a breakthrough success from the region, referring to the 909/951 area of Southern California.

Over the 2nd half of 2020, AJ has teased new music, dropping singles such as “Dead Presidents”, “9PM in The City” & the Black Lives Matter themed “Light It Up”. His latest visual comes as a double feature involving his most recent single “Live From The 9” along with a fresh new track “YeaYea Freestyle”. The double video showcases the duality of the album, with “Live From The 9” channeling a chill, mellow vibe and “YeaYea Freestyle” encompassing a more upbeat, energetic type approach from the BlaQ Kennedy artist.

Check out the visual directed by videographer Jarrod Anthonee below:

AJ From The 9 – Live From The 9/YeaYea Freestyle

THROWBACK: AJ From The 9 – Dead Presidents (Feat. Young Ceno) [Audio]

AJ From The 9 Delivers His Latest Project ‘More Sounds From The 9’. After dropping his last album ‘Sounds From The 9’ on New Years 2020, Southern California rap artist AJ From The 9 is back with his latest visual and follow up album in over a year.

Despite difficult circumstances during the COVID-19 pandemic, AJ has stayed busy working on new music for his album ‘More Sounds From The 9’, ready to once again, ‘Do it for The 9’, aspiring to be a breakthrough success from the region, referring to the 909/951 area of Southern California.

Over the 2nd half of 2020, AJ has teased new music, dropping singles such as ‘Dead Presidents’, ‘9PM in The City’ & the Black Lives Matter themed ‘Light It Up’. His latest visual comes as a double feature involving his most recent single ‘Live From The 9’ along with a fresh new track ‘YeaYea Freestyle’. The double video showcases the duality of the album, with ‘Live From The 9’ channeling a chill, mellow vibe and ‘YeaYea Freestyle’ encompassing a more upbeat, energetic type approach from the BlaQ Kennedy artist.

Listen to “More Sounds From The 9” on your favorite streaming outlets: https://album.link/msft9

Download:More Sounds From The 9

Social Media:
Instagram: @AJFromThe909
Twitter: @AJFromThe909
Facebook: http://facebook.com/ajfromthe909
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Vi City – OnGOD featuring Harv | @IamViCity

Vi City Is Making New Waves WIth His Debut Single “OnGOD” As He Releases His New Track “Lenciaga” Get In Tune!

Chicago native Vi City has been on a crazy wave all 2021! He returns with his brand new single “Lenciaga a hot new joint for the summer.  OnGOD featuring and produced by Harv has spiked and is reaching new platforms and gaining new fans! Let’s talk about it! OnGOD has recently been aired on BET Jams, SiriusXM Radio, Gangsta Grillz. La Leakerz, among the plethora of media outlets, IG pages, YT channles, playlists etc. The numbers don’t lie Apple Music (500K+ streams), Spotify (500K+ streams), SoundCloud (Chicago has been known to birth heavy hitters, so it’s no surprise that the veteran rapper Vi City would deliver the heat.

Stream OnGOD, Lenciaga, and his other tracks on Apple Music and all streaming platforms. Follow Vi City onIG, Twitter, TikTok, SoundCloud, FaceBookand subscribe on YouTube

STREAM/DOWNLOAD ONGOD FEAT HARV TODAY!

STREAM/DOWNLOAD LENCIAGA TODAY!

One of Chicago’s very own, Vi City, originally from the Wild Hundreds, is back on the music scene. He crafts a sound that captures the pain and hope of a youth striving to make a better way, combined with the ambition and skills of someone who has actually made it out. The celebratory tones reign supreme on this wave of sound for the veteran rapper, songwriter and producer.

Vi’s introduction to the game came via working with Mathaus Ent. and Chilly of the 1st & 15th label in conjunction with Lupe Fiasco.  Shortly after, he connected with DJ Skee to release a mixtape under Skee’s Skeeter’s TV label. His next stint came working with St. Louis’ own, Nelly, co – penning the hit Country N**** Fly (CNF). In the midst of acquiring a deal with Universal Music Publishing Group (UMPG), Vi wrote and featured on “Some Ish” by Sir Michael Rocks ft. Twista off of his #1 debut solo album “Banco.” Along the way, he also has done some work with the iconic producer duo Da Interz (Tuo Clark & Kosine).

Prior to deciding to drop new music of his own, Vi founded and branded Hundreds Entertainment, a music and film production firm of which he signed talented artist, Phoînix Keyz out of St. Louis, MO and has started crafting Phoînix’s debut project around each of the 6 instruments he plays. Stay tuned in! Vi’s new album “Citylif3” is set to release soon.

Chicago native Vi City serves up the official video for his single “OnGod, featuring and produced  by Harv! Watch his new videos below!

Read more about Vi City here: Chicago Native Vi City Releases A Brand New Single “OnGOD” Featuring Harv

La’Mariona – Boomarang

Bold new female rapper La’Mariona offers warning to the world with new single ‘Boomarang’ 

NORFOLK, VA – What you put out into the world always comes back to you. If it’s good, more than likely you’ll receive good in return. But if it’s bad, the negativity will bounce back in ways that are more painful than you might realize.  

That’s the sentiment behind the new single from DMV artist La’Mariona. “Boomarang” is a hard-hitting song that not only showcases the originality of this fast-rising young artist, but also offers a feel-good vibe for music lovers all over the world. Produced by Zukhanbeats – the same producer who has worked with Jay-Z, Kendrick Lamar, Ludacris and “WeFlyHigh” Jim Jones, among others – “Boomarang” is a tale of karma over an upbeat vibe that is sure to have heads bobbing, feet moving and girls twerking. 

“When you throw a boomerang, it comes back to you,” La’Mariona said. “That’s life. What goes around, comes around. Whatever you put out there in the atmosphere comes back.” 

The single is one in which La’Mariona said her fresh take on hip-hop will help her to stand out among the other female artists of the genre. She said she avoids talking about subjects in the normal way most female rappers do, choosing not to use sex and her body as a selling point for her music. La’Mariona would rather become known as an intelligent artist who talks about “real stuff.” Through that work, she hopes to be able to inspire other females to embrace their independence and boldly live without the co-dependency on men. 

“Ladies don’t need dudes to be in their lives to be successful,” she said. “You don’t need a partner all the time, and you don’t need a man to affirm you. I hope to inspire girls to follow in my shoes. You can be yourself. You can be independent. You can make money on your own. I’m different than any other female rapper out there because I say things how I want to. I’m not like anybody else, and people are going to see what I’m made of when they hear this music.” 

La’Mariona said “Boomarang” is the first single off a new album she plans to release later this year called “BAM (Bitches And Money).” The 12-song project will continue to explore themes that have to do with the ups-and-downs of life. Prior to its release, La’Mariona said she wants to release another single from the project called “Never Truss,” which will be more of a heartfelt upbeat song perfect for the summer.  

To listen to La’Mariona’s music, or to follow her on social media, please visit the following links: 

https://smarturl.it/1qguv0 

https://music.youtube.com/watch?v=RY-6yUZv4nI&list=RDAMVMRY-6yUZv4nI 

https://open.spotify.com/album/17cqLssaIlMyvd8c8p8DrQ 

AJ From The 9 – More Sounds From The 9

AJ From The 9 Delivers His Latest Project ‘More Sounds From The 9’.

After dropping his last album ‘Sounds From The 9’ on New Years 2020, Southern California rap artist AJ From The 9 is back with his latest visual and follow up album in over a year.

Despite difficult circumstances during the COVID-19 pandemic, AJ has stayed busy working on new music for his album ‘More Sounds From The 9’, ready to once again, ‘Do it for The 9’, aspiring to be a breakthrough success from the region, referring to the 909/951 area of Southern California.

Over the 2nd half of 2020, AJ has teased new music, dropping singles such as ‘Dead Presidents’, ‘9PM in The City’ & the Black Lives Matter themed ‘Light It Up’. His latest visual comes as a double feature involving his most recent single ‘Live From The 9’ along with a fresh new track ‘YeaYea Freestyle’. The double video showcases the duality of the album, with ‘Live From The 9’ channeling a chill, mellow vibe and ‘YeaYea Freestyle’ encompassing a more upbeat, energetic type approach from the BlaQ Kennedy artist.

STREAM “More Sounds From The 9” is available everywhere now: https://album.link/msft9

Connect with AJ From The 9:

https://www.instagram.com/ajfromthe909

https://www.facebook.com/ajfromthe909

https://twitter.com/ajfromthe909

Watch “i LuV3 m3” @MoneyBaggYo x @IamViCity

Vi City Releases The Official Music Video For His New Single “i LuV3 m3” featuring Moneybagg Yo! Stream “i LuV3 m3” https://linktr.ee/HundredsEntertainment

Follow Vi City: @Iamvicity

[New Music] Bishop The Overseer | “Rap Kulture (Remix)”|@bepc99

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/&quot; 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/&quot; data-type="URL" data-id="https://bishopenterprises99.com/">website</a&gt;, 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.

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