Electro | CloZee Builds the Next Generation of Artists with “Emergence” Compilation –

Posted by on March 4, 2021

French bass queen CloZee has curated a 15-track-compilation Gravitas Recordings titled ‘Emergence’ that is filled with upcoming talent and it’s purposes it to shine light on the rising but buzzing acts. Featuring music by Fakear, Esseks, Ahee, Dreamers Delight, Lil Fish, An-Ten-Nae, and many more, this project is worth checking out if you’re on the look out for newcomers who deserve more recognition in the EDM space. Enjoy it now above!

Drum & Bass | Sekai & Miyoki’s DNB Release Scores Big With Fast-Moving “Vengeance”

Posted by on February 27, 2021

Look no further if montage making dnb is something that you’re in for. “Vengeance,” has feisty energy that snaps the mind into a different mode. The upbeat and driving nature going full force catapults the elated vocal spirit that Miyoki lays down. The two parts are certainly meant to be as well as make up a great whole exponentially.

The good natured and uplifting escapade comes to a close as what has just been dawned upon you sinks in.

Both Sekai & Miyoki have worked with plenty of other artists in a variety of different popular music spaces as well as released on several labels over the years. Having brought that common ground together here, something special was born in “Vengeance.”

Moombahton | Moombahton Driven ‘Sueltalo’ EP Captures High-Octane Vibe Thanks To ETC!ETC! & SpydaT.E.K

Posted by on February 20, 2021

Delivering a much need dose of exotics bass, ETC!ETC! & SpydaT.E.K have partnered up on a formidable EP that will stun those who dare to listen.

Showcasing 3-tracks all of which have a moombahton platform to build off of, the alignment of styles here was something that was meant to be. A quick listen to both ETC!ETC! & SpydaT.E.K showing an overlap-of-sorts when it comes to sound and style. Essentially capturing the best of both talents on one fast-pace EP, ‘Sueltalo’ surprises with it’s catchy moments and flavorful attributes – a perfect collection of sounds in particular for those who froth over moombahton.

ETC!ETC! having received support from Diplo, Skrillex, 12th Planet, Steve Aoki, Krewella, Borgore, Kill the Noise, Dillon Francis, Mstrkrft, and many more, while SpydaT.E.K has caught the eye Major Lazer, Z-Trip, DJ Snake, Skratch Bastid, Anna Lunoe, Wuki, and Diplo in the same way, a slew of momentum surrounds the EP here in more ways than one.


Hip-Hop, Trap | The ‘HipHopGamer’ Shares About Influences, Multi-Media Business, His Future & Much More [INTERVIEW]

Posted by on January 11, 2021

Mixing trap, hip-hop and gaming on one side, while maintaining a vibrant personality as seen on his socials on the other, the ‘HipHopGamer’s’ digestible, reasonably unified experience through said socials impressively connects component of his lifestyle with a profession of his choice. A ‘stacked’ trait-of-sorts that plays well in 2021.

The unique and visionary multi-media business model highlights a healthy solution for the new struggle ushered in by today’s modern digital age: The innate and enduring challenge of being present and balanced offline and online.

Whether organically or tactically, or both, The ‘HipHopGamer’s domination of this challenge, and then doubling down by including multiple professions within his growing window of his audience, is a strategic combination that is worth highlighting and clearly works.

Part-commentator, part-gamer, part-musician, part just-born entertainer, FreshNewTracks had a chat with the USA-based talent, getting in-depth below.


What were moments growing up you ‘knew’ you wanted to go into entertainment as a profession?

Answer: When I was 14, I had my first ever performance on stage as a rap artist in a rap group, with my brother, and other members of the group that I consider family. That moment being on stage, hearing the cheering from the crowd was everything, I knew I wanted to entertain.

Another moment was going to E3 in 2008 [and] having that experience was a dream come true for a hardcore gamer, and I knew I had to do this as a career and my day job had to come to an end at some point and go full time, [as the] HipHopGamer.

Was there a moment that connected your business savvy side with your love of games and entertainment broadly?

Answer: Yes, my business savvy side was always there I just never tapped into it because I and many others growing up especially, in my era, we were always taught to work until you’re 65, get a pension, and die, end of story, but, I didn’t want that to be my story – feel me?

So, going to E3 in 2009 – That was the first time I went to E3 on my own media credentials, as HipHopGamer, and I learned a lot, asked a lot of questions, and started to become more valuable as a talent – by becoming more than just a talent.

I started to utilize my knowledge and passion for the gaming industry and merged that with other industries. So, I started making money in the movie industry, sports, fashion, etc…. And, I always took time out to learn about what other people needed and provide it for them, which led to the discovery of my passion also being able to solve problems. And, that’s when I knew that I was on to something that would take me to the next level.

On the subject of your music mixed with gaming scores, was that idea something you always planned, or, was it more of a natural next step given the moment?

Answer: Well growing up playing all the games, like NBA LIVE, and MADDEN, and also games like, Streets of Rage, and Tony Hawk, they had dope hip-hop sound tracks. So, I always wanted to make songs for games just cause it was cool to do especially if you from the hood.

What really pushed me to take my music seriously, in terms of the gaming industry was this guy, Candid Anthony, who called me out and said

“How is your name HipHopGamer yet you don’t rap?”

I was like, “What..?,” that was the wrong thing to say, I actually made a diss verse back in 2008 against him. That’s when I was like [thinking], “You know what Candid Anthony is right, my name is HipHopGamer, more people need to know that I’m actually a Hip-Hop artist, and not just only a fan of Hip-Hop culture, because I grew up in it.

So then, that’s when I started to make songs for video games and, humbly and amazingly, I actually got my songs in video games like Watch Dogs 2 and Twisted Metal – that’s historic to me.

Answer: My Grandma – my grandma was, and is, my everything, and my grandma taught me about my TRUE IDOL, which is GOD, and the importance of the love of God and spreading that message around the world, by the way I live my life.

Who were your idols looking up to growing up?

Answer: I’ve had tons of influences, such as 50 cent, Oprah, Adam Sessler, 2pac, and more, but my at the end of the day, my grandmother, Margaret Williams, impacted my life the most.

What advice would you give to other growing indie artists who aim to find that ‘connective ground’ between their larger-life entertainment passions and a working business framework on social media?

Answer: The best advice I can give is to find what, YOU, do that only, you CAN, do to create an exclusive impact on what your passionate about.

For example, let’s say your a comedian, but you also got the skills of a chef, the combination of food and laughter, and the way you deliver it with your unique touch and stamp of approval, is a game changer.

So use everything that makes you, YOU, as a way to amplify what you’re passionate about, so when the world sees it, it’s not something they’ve seen or felt before you become the FIRST within your actual passion to impact the world, just as you are.

Electro, Pop | ‘Hooked’ By Danny Spade Releases A Colorful Dance-Pop Vibe Easy To Replay

Posted by on December 14, 2020

Danny Spade hits all the high moments and more, capturing an essence all his own while nailing a cute escapade in the story itself, with this single. The blend is some-what refreshing on that note in particular – collectively benefiting the emotional and pro-production backing up the work.

“Hooked,” has serious replay value that won’t be soon forgotten.

With a story of experience and curiosity himself, Danny Spade is far from novice in the career hierarchy. The Graduate of Berklee School of Music struck relative gold with his first single – garnering over 100K quickly once released.

The draw of the sound and a personable window into his world through socials, Danny Spade blends much to offer those who take the time to listen.

Spade is set to release more in the future, his sound and brand clearly developed and on an incline.

Listen to “Hooked” above and click through if you enjoy what is heard.

Check out the Danny Spade discography here as well.

Electronic, Pop, Trap | JVANZ Drops Timeless And Emtionally Dynamic EP ‘Lane Change’

Posted by on November 30, 2020

Boasting a 5-track treasure trove of rich ups and emotional downs, Lane Change EP is jam-packed with so many relatable, immersive moments that it’s overflows with pleasure right where it should.

With wide-audience leaning sounds and hooks abound, like “Mi Amor,” to a more testimonial-leaning minor-chord vibe, like in “Timeless,” the spectrum offered with the highly catchy multi-genre journey is dynamic.

Lane Change EP overall encompasses hitting ‘go’ rather than ‘stop,’ pushing forward rather than giving in, and so on. A high point in meaningful messaging expressed on the EP.

“I wrote ‘Water’ during these tough times we are all facing around the world. I struggled as many others have too, knowing what’s true or false these days. With all the fake news and false information spreading on social media, ‘what do I believe’ and at the end of the day we have to push through all the information and remain true to finding who we are and what we believe in.. ‘gotta be better for me’.”

– Jvanz

With an enticing music video to match for, “Water,” the spectrum of unique content paired with EP is another category to highlight, as a positive, for the artist.

Chill, Dance, Dance, Electro, Electronic | tyDi Gives Us Nostalgic Feels With New Single, ‘Real World’ ft. Taylor Kade & Katie Sky

Posted by on November 27, 2020

TyDi makes his return with the release of his latest nostalgia evoking single, ‘Real World’ out now.  Following the highly successful release of his most recent track,  ‘Fool For You’ which amassed over 10,000 streams in the first week of release and landed onto a number of Spotify playlists, ‘Real World’ is yet another track by tyDi poised for greatness! 

‘Real World’ is filled with textural bouncy melodies, a defining upbeat drop and sultry emotive vocals lent by Taylor Kade & Katie Sky. tyDi’s newest single ‘Real World’ is all about reflecting on the past and facing the present moment in its entirety, – with all of life’s ups and downs. ‘Real World’ tells a story about looking back on our earlier years in life and relishing in those memories as the lyrics mention, “Remember sneaking out at night, Singing pendulum melodies, Couldn’t be better if we tried, Perfume like vanilla on the breeze.” tyDi’s newest single is also about leaving your comfort zone, a place you once knew and heading out into the ‘real world’ to face a new chapter in life while and all the challenges and hurdles we are presented with as humans. “I guess it’s time to leave this ghost town, Pack up my thoughts & go, There’s no more fun to be had here. Looks like I’m headed for the real world.”  

Known for having his heart on his sleeve and communicating his thoughts and emotions through his music, TyDi once again aims to deliver personal songwriting and storytelling in this new single. ‘Real World’ is a track that will have you taking a trip down memory lane, reflecting back on your past and coming to terms with the present moment. 

‘Real World’ is accompanied by a fun sing along YouTube music video which can be viewed here:

Connect with tyDi: 

Facebook | Spotify | Instagram | Twitter | Youtube 

About tyDi: 

Through his extensive discography, which includes five full-length albums, countless singles and remixes, and numerous EPs across diverse genres on various labels from Republic to Armada, tyDi has topped global charts, toured the world and made an indelible mark on the music world. Last year, the prolific Australian producer/DJ made waves with his acclaimed collaboration with Grammy-winning composer Christopher Tin, resulting in the epic album Collide, ‘a masterful navigation of orchestral and electronic elements’ according to Dancing Astronaut. The album also received accolades in DJMag, The LA Times, LA Weekly, Earmilk and hit both the Billboard dance and classical charts. tyDi’s tracks have received placement in the New Music Friday, Chill Tracks, Young Wild & Free, Dance Rising and Cratediggers Spotify playlists, as well as Apple’s Trance & Progressive playlist. 2019 has found tyDi going from strength to strength, collaborating with the Grammy-nominated singer JES, progressive sensation Mat Fax, and remixing trance legend Andy Moor and Norwegian pop sensations Rat City, with a track that received airplay on Sirius XM BPM, Music Choice and C89-Seattle

TyDi has also contributed his own reimagined arrangements of some Disney most beloved anthems for the current ‘Disney on Ice’ world tour. He has also composed music for Stella Artois (for a Webby Award winning ad), Quickbooks (their 2019 Oscars ad) and Swarovski. He’s composed music for an acclaimed PSA campaign for The Make-A-Wish Foundation and his music has appeared in Fox’s ‘Almost Family’ TV series. For his film/TV/ad work, tyDi is represented by Fortress Talent Management.