Hip-Hop | Vince Serrano, Eddy Rez & Kiture Drop Dope Lyric Video For Original Single “PROpina”

Posted by on August 1, 2020

With the lyric video dropping for the upbeat and rightfully flashy “PROpina,” a trio of united talented comes together, creative flows pouring out while the visual aspect takes effect at the same time.

Vince Serrano and Kiture this time link with Eddy Rez, putting power to paper while the production sustains the atmospheres.

With a dash of smoothness, some moombahton thrown in, and a shimmer of both melodic and rap-based lyrics, this multi-cultural hybrid will have folks around the world moving and grooving.

Check out the lyric video above and learn more about each artist by peeping each of their socials where available.

Hip-Hop | Rising producer and multi-instrumentalist lets his multi-faced sound flow on “Dominicana”

Posted by on July 28, 2020

Rising producer and Florida native Hush Forte has returned with his dreamy new single ‘Dominicana”. Ripe with Summertime vibes, “Dominicana” is a smooth flow of soft melodies, smooth vocals, and lush percussion. It’s a gorgeous blend of hip-hop, jazz, and soul that’s likely to draw comparisons to early Kendrick Lamar or 99.9% era Kaytranada. 

If you haven’t heard of Hush yet, we think you will soon. In the space of just a couple of years, he’s released a full-length instrumental LP “Ardor”, a string of memorable singles (“Summer Girl” comes highly recommended), placements on the NBA’s “BASE:LINE” playlist, a sync on the Toyota 2020 TRD campaign; and that’s just the beginning! Spotify have already taken notice of “Dominicana”, having placed the track on their coveted POLLEN playlist. Although it’s Hush’s first release in about a year, it’s certainly been worth the wait – “Dominicana” is a really solid sign of things to come. If it’s anything to go by, his upcoming mixtape “LOOK CLOSELY” is sure to make a mark. Be sure to stream “Dominicana” and follow Hush Forte on Instagram for updates on new music.

Chill, RnB | Juliet July’s Palm Trees in the Mist EP is a Striking Hybrid Approach to R&B

Posted by on July 14, 2020

Hailing from Amsterdam, up-and-coming Dutch singer/songwriter Juliet July debuts her highly anticipated and introspectively gorgeous EP Palm trees in the mist. The 6 track release blends element of older and modern Alternative R&B vibes. Her innate ability to create such an exquisite fusion of contemporary R&B, soul and jazz is showcased beautifully throughout the impressive debut release. Along with the release of her new EP, Juliet July also released an accompanying visual for the stand out single “GONE” which you can watch now below under a quote from her. Check out the full EP above now!

“Palm trees represent happiness, joy, warmth, The Mist represents more heavy, sad and dark emotions. ‘Palm trees in the mist’ combined, creates a symbolism for me to keep seeing the ‘Silver Livings’ in whatever situation life throws at us.” – Juliet July

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Hip-Hop | “The Answer” Is Provided Thanks To Vince Serrano & Kiture’s Fresh Hip-Hop Original

Posted by on July 5, 2020

Melodic yet tough, deep yet catchy, the single, by Vince Serrano & Kiture, builds their strengths together on a music-based united front. Clear vibration with bass and energy on one end and passion received vocally on the other, a dope intermingling of talent comes to life on “The Answer,” a practical single that may be more than needed in these times. From start to finish, the work has several pressure points to keep you listening and engaged. Both rising talents here have rich history, Vince Serrano having credits on 25 music videos to his name and both Vince Serrano & Kiture have built up their industry presence with plenty of collations over the years.

With solid positioning and a sound that’s on-point, “The Answer” is certain to go places in 2020.

Hip-Hop, Trap | GHOSTLUVME Drops ‘Reverend’ LP

Posted by on July 1, 2020

Rapper, singer, songwriter and producer Clayton Lisy, also known as Ghostluvme, first fell in love with the sounds of music when he picked up a guitar at the age of ten. Born in Philadelphia and raised in Broward County, Florida, part of Lisy’s diverse taste in music can be attributed to having lived on both the East Coast and West Coast throughout his youth, before settling in Florida. Reverend is his new project and it has some real replay value from a fresh face on our radar. The hard hitting production showcases his lyricism and flows while keeping the energy high. Definitely keen on seeing what he has in store for us for the rest of 2020.

Hip-Hop | Galvanic and DLJ Go Downtempo for Their Newest ‘Dead Man’

Posted by on July 1, 2020

A sonic effort combining minimalist electronic beats with downtempo lyricism, Galvanic and DLJ hit hard in their newest. “Dead Man” is out now, and serves as a slice of musical poetry.

“Dead Man” is stripped-back in nature, allowing the powerful lyrical content to reign high above the beautifully simplistic production. This collaborative gem comes at a time in modern history where pain and heartbreak are all too familiar. A powerful and authentic manifesto, “Dead Man” is a gift stitched together by the hands of empathy and vulnerability.

Hip-Hop | Drex Carter and Kkami Team Up on ‘Pelican Bay Drive’

Posted by on June 2, 2020

Orlando musicians Drex Carter (rapper) and Kkami (producer) team up for a new collaborative 10-track-project called Pelican Bay Drive that they created during Quarantine. The two artists are also members of the buzzing 9-piece collective, seeyousoon. Check out their mixtape above now and read a quote from Drex below.
We made this project in 1 week with the idea of it being 1 verse raps over Kenny’s dusty/lofi style of production but the tracks sort of took on a life of their own with some hooks and filtered/tuned freestyled melodies.” – Drex Carter