The American Dream Luca Brassy announces the release of “Retroactive” the EP hosted by DJ JGreen.
The 12-track EP features an array of diverse musical talents including J Seven, Raphael Bell, Viper, Truth InRhyme, Dreimz, T-Girl Madrops, Serge Requena, Accent Grave, and Don Figga.
Brassy, aka McSprinkle, delivers lyrical telling tales over a kaleidoscope of multi-genre blends and mixes of house, techno, and trap. Heavy bass and thumping pulsations are sure to have listeners fist pumping and bottle popping in clubs worldwide.
“Retroactive” is sponsored by www.starttodate.com, JGreen Money Talkz, and Coast 2 Coast Mixtape DJ’s.
Latin artist Dear Leslie releases new, tangled “Car Crash” video powered by TikaDeGallo.
Leslie recaps a complicated love affair that ends in abandonment and empty Jack Daniel bottles, “loving you boy was like a car crash.” The video depicts fun ‘drunk in love’ memories with her ride or die man. However, the two encounter major bumps along the ride leading to uncertainty.
Over soulful, yet intricate tones Leslie harmonizes through her complex relationship. Watch “Car Crash” and connect with Dear Leslie on Instagram.
After establishing hits together in the past few years with “R.I.P.” and “Hurry”. New York collaborators Gromo and Hush reunite for another bonafide hit, titled, “Find Me (Marco Polo)”.
The perfect jump-on point for newfound fans, “Find Me” is a heavy bass dance-driven track infused with catchy vocals that tell the story of the die young leave a good looking corpse. With Gromo behind the boards, Hush provides smooth lyrics of grandeur. Like previous efforts, the song is another radio-friendly breakout.
An undeniable talent, Gromo has an accomplished catalog and sound that trailblazes a promising career due to his brilliance, execution and consistency. Ready to leave a lasting impression on dance music with a stacked catalog, Gromo promises more new music on the way in the coming months.
Philly Sensation, Dumb Ugly announce the release of their debut album “Casket”, available on all major streaming platforms.
Biz Mighty and Aayu deliver an unorthodox multi-genre fused album brimming with insanely thumping beats, psychedelic pulsations, and riveting cadences. This album is set to unleash that ravenous monster inside all of us.
“Ugly” is the record that introduces the bizarre duo to the world through feared yet enticing lyrics, delivered anthem style. Records “Dead As Fuck”, and “Knife” have a revolutionary impact on societal issues including system resistance. “A Thief Always” hits home to those struggling to survive in a world of uncertainty and thieving with purpose. For listeners who appreciate an adrenaline injected rave will press repeat on “Louis C.K. (Throw Dat).” The duo even includes a twisted love song titled “Ewe” about a man who becomes influential through all the mind games gunned his way.
The leading single off the album “Stay Dead” triggers thought provoking read between the lines, and caution tape scenarios that occur regularly in communities brimming with corruption and conceit. Watch “Stay Dead” below and stream “Casket” above.
30 years later and BK’s illest female MC is ‘still not having it’ from 90’s charismatic MC… Positive K and MC Lyterevisit their first collaboration “I’m Not Having It”, which ranked #16 on Billboard charts.
“This is the kind of song that can get nominated for a Grammy Award, a duet album would be phenomenal. I find it incredible that after 30 years MC Lyte and I haven’t skipped a beat. We have so much chemistry now as we did then.” -Positive K
The duo re-creates the classic and presents “I’m Still Not having It.” The animated visuals capture the unparalleled star quality between the two. K, who pulls out all the stops from flowers, diamonds, and smooth tongue talk to his irresistible lips just can’t seem to win over the no bullsh*t having Lyte. The Brooklyn MC, acclaimed for her straight up ego crushing bars, knocks K down in every smooth-talking attempt he corners her with.
The back and forth lyrical flow are intact with quick-witted punchlines that will leave the ‘Wild’n Out” crew speechless and Hip-Hop eccentrics playing the record on repeat.
“A return to the ‘feel food’ days. I’ve always loved working with Positive K because that’s what he is, Positive. Working with him is easy and effortlessly, the music from “Still Not Having It” is one of my favorite songs from Bill Withers.” -MC Lyte
Watch the video above and stream “I’m Still Not Having It” here.