Posted by A on May 3, 2013
Hailing from Southern California, Gspence is an artist on the rise. Recently taking a break from writing and producing (did I mention he recently won the iStandard producer showcase) for other artists, G decided to try has hand at his own solo-project, “The Dreamwork EP” at the request of a major label talent scouts. Having toured extensively with The Voice’s Collin McLoughlin, Gspence releases “Dreamwork” which serves as the title track for his highly anticipated project. If dreams are today’s answers to tomorrow’s questions, Gspence arguably has the solution. “The Dreamwork EP” is slated to drop soon.
Posted by LoffyG on April 28, 2013
There’s no doubt that Huey Mack has been crushing the song cover game to hold us over while he prepares for his next project release. Produced by none other than Paul Judge, Huey takes on a remix of Fallout Boy’s “Save Rock and Roll“. The thing about Huey is that he makes many different types of music for his fans and many relate to tracks like this one, while still keeping an even balance for those who prefer the more upbeat “party” tracks. Nice work by Huey and Judge on this one.
Posted by Grubeats on April 3, 2013
We’ve seen several artists come into their own here at FNT. Many of which have signed records deals, had major hits, or seen a massive spike in their social following (I’m not referring to the ones who cheated and bought the numbers). Although Cuey has not yet had “that moment” per say, he has remained one of the most consistent, hungry, even keeled artists we feature. His head remains above the water while he plots his next move. He continues to develop with every release and is a true artist of his craft. His highly anticipated project, Angry Young Man, has been in the works for several months now and although this cut will not be on the project, it’s reassurance that it will be a worthwhile wait. You have to let the marinate to harness the flavors, right?
Free Download: OnCue – Live Forever (feat. Skizzy Mars) (prod. by Mike Kuz)
P.S. Happy Birthday to my Mom and Cuey.
Posted by LoffyG on April 1, 2013
Huey Mack, Mike Stud & Jon Kilmer switch things up a bit and take to acting in this new video for Huey’s first single, “Dirty Laundry” off his upcoming project. Be on the lookout for more details about the project and don’t forget Mike’s upcoming album Relief is set to drop May 6th. Expect a lot of new music coming from these two over the next months. Watch and follow them on their social media below!
Posted by Jess on March 31, 2013
After the success of his road-tripping music video for “2,000 Miles,” D-WHY is back with another cinematic piece for “Flattery” off of his debut project, Don’t Flatter Yourself. In the video, he chose a less joyous way to tell the story. This time, David “D-WHY” Morris takes on a James Bond-like character whose female companion gets into the wrong hands but little did they know, Morris is the one not to be messed with. Fitted with an ensemble from one of the finest suitmakers in the world, Brioni, along with other pieces from his own wardrobe, the self-dressed man and unsigned music artist is continuing with the monochrome, action-packed series he began with his “New York Times” video last summer. Check out the video and be sure to download his debut project below.
Posted by Grubeats on March 20, 2013
After months of anticipation, the Cali bred rapper, Azad Right, lands back on our screens with his newest visual set, “Showtime”. Equipped with a ferocious mentality to prove his abilities as a rapper, Azad straps on a camera rig and takes us for a trip around L.A. From Santa Monica to the depths of Hollywood, Azad shows that there is a right way to create soulful, substance heavy hip-hop. ”Showtime” is attached to Azad’s upcoming project, For The Hopeful, slated for a late spring release. Production compliments of Jonathan Marquez.