Posted by BIGLIFE on June 1, 2015
Just got this sent over to me, Shoffy, a new artist making some super classic RnB vibes and adding his own flare. I have been following his music for the past few months and I am so impressed with the quality. Not only is he making killer hooks, he is also producing all of the tunes he is putting out! Either way, grab the download above and take a listen to this great new release.
Posted by VMan on May 19, 2015
Justice Skolnik’s “Where You Belong” is one of the freshest The Weeknd remixes we’ve heard to date. The Chicago-based producer from San Francisco shows poise for a dynamic combination of synth and melody in this track. Classically trained on the guitar, Skolnik’s transition to electronic music is recent but very promising. The 18-year-old producer is primed for a huge breakthrough this year. You can stream below and even grab a free download below. Enjoy!
Posted by MK3 on May 16, 2015
FNT regular Dylan Reese has been dropping some smooth medleys as of late giving his take on songs anywhere from 3005 to She Will Be Loved. Today Dylan drops off another smooth rendition, this time taking a classic, Slow Motion by Juvenile and one of the most songs played on the internet in 2015, Trap Queen by Fetty Wap. One thing apparent is the production is very simple and stripped down, but I dig it; it’s Dylan’s way of putting emphasis on his voice and the creativity on how he flips the two songs into one.
Free Download Dylan Reese – Slow Motion/Trap Queen
Posted by VMan on May 14, 2015
After breaking onto the scene with their hit single “King Me” featuring Fetty Wap, Rawyals have officially released the music video for “King Me”. This is their debut offering off their Album In The Raw releasing June 30th, which will feature Wale, Troy Ave, Remy Ma, and of course Fetty Wap! 50 Cent believes that these Girls will fill a void missing in music, with the dominance of a female collective. What do y’all think?
Posted by MK3 on April 24, 2015
Posted by MK3 on April 18, 2015
R&B is a genre that gets lost in the shuffle, with EDM, Pop and Urban dominating most of the mainstream media outlets and blogs there is a significant amount of talent that goes unrecognized. Though, with the prominence of acts such as The Weeknd, SoMo, PartyNextDoor and others, some light is starting to get shed on one of the few genres that has proven to withstand the test of time.
Boston native Dylan Reese is one of the most promising talents in R&B in quite some time. Smooth vocals, incredibly original content and a work ethic that is required to make it in this industry. Dylan wrote ‘Miss America‘ back in 2013 but only recently put the finishing touches on the track with his very talented producer, October. This track really encompasses all of Dylan’s talents as the content is on point, the hook is extremely catchy and you even get Dylan spitting on a verse.
Be sure to give Dylan a follow on Twitter and a Like on Facebook!
Posted by VMan on April 16, 2015
Since Fetty Wap broke onto the scene with “Trap Queen”, it looks like he found his follow up single! Featured on Rawyal’s debut single “King Me”, 50 Cent believes this girl group will be the next big thing in music. The journey is just beginning for these Ariel, Asia & Bel hailing from New York, LA & Washington State. Having three different regions of sound will definitely set this group apart. Be on the lookout for their Album In The Raw releasing June 30th.