Twan Mack is noted as one of the most versatile Adult Contemporary Hip Hop artists to date in the music industry. The Milwaukee based artist continues to release infectious, timeless gems and “Main Concern” is no exception.
The record was influenced by Wu Tang’s “Aint Nuthin’ Ta F’ Wit” along with Gravediggaz “Diary of a Madman.” Mack unites the whole planet with hands up, know your worth anthem. “Kareem City got you in trauma/Heat up the scene like a sauna/I’m bout the biz not the drama/Won’t tell no biz to your honor/Hope there’s a long life in front of…”
Collecting checks is Mack’s ‘main concern’ which is backed with bomb-dropping lyrics and a catchy hook. “My main concern is my check / F*ck accolades and respect / F*ck them big chains on your neck / If you are paid then you set / If you owe dough pay your debt…”
If the throwback vibe including classic head-nodding bass and flawless lyricism isn’t enough for Hip Hop enthusiasts, Mack tops it off with a personal ear enticing beat-box flow.
Twan Mack’s mission to bring Adult Contemporary Hip Hop to the forefront has not gone unrecognized. The takeover continues to flourish worldwide, and Mack will continue to do what he does to prosper. Watch “Main Concern” and connect with Twan Mack below.
“This a Kareem City Set, serious like Boba Fett” – Kareem City
Maine delivers riveting storytelling that sends chills through the spine within seconds of the video. Through vivid wordplay, he describes his father’s depilating illness along with other family members and friends he’s lost. Maine wants them to know he’s out here living and doing the best he can. As a father, husband, son, and friend he vows to cherish life until his last breath.
Rogan’s angelic and soulful vocals offer a sense of hope and encouragement for Maine while he shares his lyrical journal entry with the world. “This how I get away this how I meditate, I feed my thoughts through the pen and get lost in the page, man creatively I’m insane.”
The soulful sound of piano keys interlaced with smooth bass elevates the raw emotion felt by Maine. Watch “I’m Tryin” and connect with Maine the Medicine onFacebook and Twitter.
The Philly native utilizes his mastered skillset of storytelling to embody the world around him, ongoing societal issues, as well as what he represents. In “Reasons Why” Prime vividly describes his reasons for putting his life into the pen and being a voice for those on the other side of the fence. Bar for bar he breaks down gentrification, tainted school systems, inner-city crime hidden behind Philly’s tourist attractions, and other community distresses.
Has-Lo’s intense piano keys blended with soulful bass and drums invite listeners to feel the emotion and vibrations from Prime’s polished and compelling storytelling. Stream “Reasons Why” and connect with D Prime 215 and Has-Lo below.
Bostic delivers heart-racing harmonies authentic to classic R&B with a modern twist. “Love You Just The Way You Are” is a vibrant track declaring his love regardless of what others might think. In his world, no one can tear them apart. Grab your lady/man by the hand and tread to the candlelit dancefloor. “All I Want Is You” is more of a smooth R&B flow with romancing melodies, set to capture hearts across the globe. Bostic spices it up a bit in the sensual track “Bedroom,” leaving the imagination to run wild for a nightly escapade under the sheets.
In “You Got Me” Bostic displays his vulnerability. When the world does him wrong it’s his love who’s his strength. “Love Until The Sun Goes Down” is a classic love-making track brimming with smooth, jazz tones that entice and arouse the senses. The finale of the EP, “Tell Me” is a plea from Bostic to make things right while he seeks a second chance.
Billboard artist Ananya Birla links with hitmaker Sean Kingston for new steamy video, “Day Goes By.” The duo celebrates one of the first major Pop collaborations between an Indian and Jamaican artist. The record is available on major digital platforms.
A heated dancefloor is where you’ll find the duo harmonizing over club striking production mixed with exotic undertones. Both Ananya and Kingston embody the desire to be loved and the vulnerabilities that come along with that. The songstress doesn’t care what anyone has to say about her man and he can’t keep her out of his thoughts.
The passion exuding from Ananya’s eyes and voice along with Kingston’s persuasive vocals set the tone for a sensual vibe, enticing hips to shake and bodies to groove. Watch “Day Goes By” and connect with Ananya below.
Celebrated songstress Faith Walker links with Ray Robinson for “Head in the Clouds Remix” official video. The single is off Walker’s “Head in the Clouds” EP, available now on major digital platforms.
The duo entices listeners through a tranquil, hypnotic intro that transcends into Walker’s melodic vocals. Soulful soundscapes and smooth piano keys enhance the hair-raising, heartfelt emotions.
Walker sends an empowering and inspirational message in her video encouraging people to remain strong when the world is weighing on their shoulders and continue to push through adversity.
The video displays chilling images of women and men afflicted with hardships and tragedies, but through the uplifting verses of Walker and Robinson, the images resurface with prided smiles and triumphs. Watch “Head in the Clouds” and connect with Walker and Robinson below.
The San Francisco based artist delivers an intimate, personal record about the loss of his sister. Lyrically, he embodies a somber canvas brewing with raw, toilsome emotions. “Now I’m begging you to haunt this town I’d give up all my oxygen to have you around, search the corner sidewalk for this brick you found, while your bedroom’s never making a sound.”
Morsifire’s fresh, pain-induced wounds intensify throughout each verse and from the soulful, yet melancholy blends and heightened tones. “One day you were here, now you’re a falling star, someday’s I’m here but it’s a fragment, somedays I can hear you in my darkest hour, spend my life trying to wrap my mind around it.”
The vocals harmonized by Afton exude an array of heartfelt emotions and hair-raising chills that enhance Morsifire’s suffering. “I feel shame, I feel I carry the whole burden of blame, every time I hear those words or someone utter her name, feel my heart sink, blood boil hot in my veins, if it were there would it be the same?”