18-year-old Lil Josiey releases a new single titled “Sunset Shawty.” The New-York based artist carries his heart on his sleeve, and through his music, it’s evident he’s on a mission to find true love.
The infectious guitar strumming and acoustic vocals heighten Josiey’s raw emotions while he treads a thin tightrope, broken and bruised. However, through it all, he is determined to come back on top and won’t miss out on the next ‘sunset shawty’.
Stream “Sunset Shawty” and connect with Lil Josiey below.
Coopuh! The Savage, who noticeably expanded his musical range in 2019 focusing on Rock and Hip Hop, recently electrified a packed venue in Brooklyn. Walking in with Rockstar attire and black nail polish, his performance and energy both captivated and shocked the crowd.
Hip Hop legend Mr. Cheeks and Ryan Verneuille of The Ryan Show were in attendance scouting new talent for their radio show and had this to say, “When the energy that “Coopuh! Hs on stage is matched by his fans it’s a sight to behold, this kid is a hell of a performer.”
Coopuh! The Savage displays no boundaries of genres in his music and can switch it up from trap screamo to R&B midway through a set or record. He is often compared to Trent Reznor as he writes all his own music and plays all the instruments during recording. Watch KolourStory’s “Didn’t Get Caught” video to get a feel of Coopuh! The Savage.
NY Hip-Hop artist Base AuraGammi represents Harlem and Bronx, but all boroughs big up the young artist’s flow and captivating lyrics, and such is the case for his latest single “Know Daat.”
“Know Daat” featuring Quizzy Quo is a track brewed with good vibes and vibrant flows. What better way to celebrate a come up than blazing up the stage and treating the ladies to a night of sparkling bubbly.
Just ‘know daat’ Base will have the clubs popping and the house parties jumping. Stream the single and connect with Base on Instagramand Twitter.
Will Sully links with Buck Da President for “We Say We Are” single/video of the “Generation X” album.
Armed and dangerous, the cutthroat emcee delivers pure rawness over gritty production and a kaleidoscope of thrilling, suspenseful tones. In these streets and in the industry, Sully is who he says he is and keeps it thorough with no sugarcoating. The video captures city skylines that heighten the New Yorker’s reign. Watch “We Say We Are” and connect with Sully below.
Emcee, radio host, and graphic designer Flak Gaza releases visuals for “Beat It’ single produced by Mad Connected.
The Bronx native has a clear-cut message for rappers chasing clout. While they’re boasting and bouncing in the clubs, he’s using his lyrical skills to level up and gravitate.
Over gritty production with knocking bass, Gaza delivers his cut-throat wordplay while representing the culture and birthplace of Hip Hop. Watch “Beat It” and connect with Gaza on Twitterand Instagram.
About Flak Gaza
Gaza is an independent artist, radio host, and graphic designer. Tune into 4 The Record Radio airing at 8 pm Central Time, 9 pm Eastern Time and 6 pm Pacific Time. All shows hosted by Mind Starz team including RIDRAD10music from South LA, King Kush $ from Seattle, John Que from Crenshaw, Gary Popz Cardinal Sr., from Minnesota, RODG Da Ghost from Philly, DJ Vic Styles from Florida, and owner Flak Gaza from New York.