Hip-Hop | P*nut & Franz Job connect with Qua for “Wake Up”

Posted by on July 8, 2021

Multi platinum producer, artist and writer John Harrison, better known as P*nut, has teamed up with Franz Job and Qua for his mellow new single “Wake Up”. Fusing elements of reggae and hip-hop, the catchy track ebbs and flows, as P*nut’s production delivers a slick helping of pulsing beats and spacey synth all topped with Franz Job and Qua’s smooth vocal performances. John Harrison and co-producer Kasper Granroth originally met in Berlin 2018, with Kasper joining John’s studio community. The pair have been working on music together ever since, with their collaborative expertise culminating in their striking new release ‘Wake Up’. Kasper is honoured to release “Wake Up” on his independent indie imprint Lost Favourite Records. Tune in above now and check out a quote on the release below!

“Franz and myself started to write ‘Wake up’ two years ago, with both of us recording it together in Tobago and Berlin. Franz kept on channelling Janis Joplin’s “Lord won’t you buy me a Mercedes Benz my friends all drive Porsches I must make amends, work hard all my lifetime no help from my friends, Lord won’t you buy me a Mercedes Benz” throughout the recordings.”

Hip-Hop | London-based artist Richie Gathu returns with the irresistible summer jam, “Cosa Nostra”

Posted by on July 4, 2021

Upcoming London-based rapper Richie Gathu comes correct on his latest feel-good jam, “Cosa Nostra”. The Summer infused jam shows off the very best of Richie’s immense talent, energy and lyrical prowess through a series of melodic, bouncy verses and unforgettable, sing-along hooks that capture the ear and catapult the mind to a sunny, tropical paradise. With his ambitions set to the stratosphere with no plans on stopping, Richie Gathu is proving himself to be a very worthwhile contender in the arena of UK Rap. This tune is well worth the listen, so tap in now above and keep Richie on your musical radars.

Hip-Hop | Summer Payton Releases Video for “Need To Know”

Posted by on June 30, 2021

Summer Payton has returned to the scene and is bringing a heady dose of attitude in the captivating new visuals via ‘Need To Know’. Joining forces with upcoming rapper Tia P, the duo exude confidence and swagger on an empowering collaboration that is undeniably catchy. Outside of the audio, the music video is also pretty next level: Filled with an abundance of neon lights, stylistic shots and filmed at various striking locations, the dynamic video carries a vibrant aesthetic that will keep viewers hooked from start to finish. Check it out above now!


Alternative, Hip-Hop, Pop | “Faster Please” by seeyousoon is a Summer Anthem

Posted by on June 22, 2021

This group does not stop heating up. Orlando’s own seeyousoon comes back stronger than ever on their latest drop “Faster Please”. With a clear 2000’s era Neptunes influence on the instrumental and the most eclectic combination of flows and vocal sounds I’ve heard out of a collective in years, this single is truly something special. Tap in above now!

Alternative, Hip-Hop | Cowboy Killer Drops “Hopscotch” Video

Posted by on June 22, 2021

The Cowboy Killer is a New Mexico based up-and-coming rapper on the rise. His unique style combines red dirt, rock, country, blues elements with the heart of modern 808’s and hip hop inspired drums. Creating the soundtrack of today’s New Wild West with a no rules attitude, he style is as unique and hybrid as it gets. His latest drop is a visual for “Hopscotch”, which was produced by Kaelin Ellis. “Hopscotch” is the second single off the Cowboy Killers upcoming album Cowboy Killer II which goes live July 4th. Picture today’s New Wild West, where everyone is an outlaw. It’s a banjo-trap phenomenon. Tune in above now!

Hip-Hop | Charmaine serves culture & couture in official ‘Double Dutch’ music video

Posted by on June 20, 2021

Born in the Zimbabwean capital of Harare, Charmaine relocated to the United States at the age of five, bouncing around the Midwest with her family at first before eventually settling in Nashville for a large chunk of her childhood. Living in the American South was an eye-opening experience but by the time high school rolled around, Charmaine was already on the way to her next culture shock, this time heading north of the border to Toronto, where life would soon take a dark turn. “After we moved to Toronto, my dad got laid off,” says Charmaine, “and quickly after that, we lost our house. We went to a shelter and then ended up living in a motel, all six of us in this tiny little room with just a hot plate for a kitchen.” Throughout her family’s frequent moves and financial struggles, Charmaine had always turned to music as a source of comfort and stability, something she could rely on for emotional support no matter how difficult things got. Her powerful new song and video for “Double Dutch” that blends elements of R&B and hip-hop in a soulful, feel good way. The visual is just the icing on the cake! Tap in above now, enjoy.

Hip-Hop | Hip Hop Artist Benny Duhay Greets The Summer Months with New Track “WWBD”

Posted by on June 17, 2021

First generation American Hip Hop artist Benny Duhay kicks the summer off right with his lyrical new hit “WWBD” aka “What Would Benny Do?”. Inspired by how he envisioned his first tour after COVID, “WWBD” speaks a live show into existence after a long period of isolation during quarantine. “WWBD” is the party we’ve all been craving. Lyrically verbose, Benny shows off his impressive delivery over captivating production. Now based in Los Angeles, Benny releases “WWBD” ahead of his debut album, scheduled to release this August. His upcoming album displays his versatility with the perfect variety of club hits and lyrical jams for wide appeal.

“This song was inspired by my vision of what a tour would look like for me post Covid. Almost like writing it into existence. Without being able to do a live show in over two years now, I really had to think back of how things used to be but also how wild things will be once we get back to normal.” – Benny Duhay
Originally from Tel Aviv, Benny did not speak a word of English when he arrived in the US. Now, a lyrically verbose rapper, Benny has come a long way in his journey toward establishing himself as a west coast rapper on the rise. Influenced by artists like Kanye West, Drake, Lupe Fiasco and Eminmen, Benny’s style offers a brilliant balance of skill and good vibes. Having received high praises from Medium Magazine, The Source and many more, Benny is making his mark on the music industry in an impressive way. Now that the world is ready to open back up, all eyes are on Benny. We’re just left to ask – What would Benny do?