Twitch 4EVA – “Baby” (Video)

Twitch 4EVA releases “Baby” video off his new EP entitled ‘Lost’, available on major platforms.

The Ghanaian R&B, dancehall artist and songwriter has no shame expressing his admiration and desires for his “baby” and how she makes him feel. The video captures days and nights spent together, endless smiles, bedroom eyes on the dancefloor, and two bodies in sync with undeniable chemistry.

The infectious blend of smooth soundscapes accentuates the sensual, yet classy vibe of the record. Watch “Baby” and connect with Twitch 4EVA below.

Stream/download ‘Lost’ EP here on preferred platforms.

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Shawn Haynes – Concrete Dreams Vol 2 (EP)

Skyskraper Music Group presents R&B sensation Shawn Haynes ‘Concrete Dreams’ Volume 2 EP. The self-written 5-track project is sure to pull on heartstrings from beginning to end. Haynes delivers an ingenious blend of classic and contemporary R&B that exemplifies his flawless vocals.

“Make You Proud”, the coined track of the project is a tribute to women and mothers that affirms their selfless worth. Remember to show love and give flowers while they’re still here.

“Love” will take the ladies back to an era of R&B when men weren’t too macho to wear their hearts on their sleeves or express undeniable emotions of love. “Grateful” is yet another track that stands out as Haynes harmonizes all that he is thankful for and his feelings of being blessed even after collisions of fake friends and lost love.

It is evident through ‘Concrete Dreams’ Volume 2 just why Shawn Haynes is famed as today’s R&B sensation. His lyrics and smooth vocals continue to push authentic R&B to the forefront of music. Stream ‘Concrete Dreams’ Volume 2 and connect with Shawn Haynes below.

 

‘Concrete Dreams’ Volume 2 on preferred platforms

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Toxxx “R.M.P. (Respect, Money & Power)”

ToxxxicView presents new music by Toxxx, “R.M.P. (Respect, Money & Power).” The single is off his highly anticipated 2nd EP release titled ‘1 & Done’.

The Bronx based artist is known and respected for his impeccable blend of classic and modern Hip-Hip fused with kaleidoscopes of addictive cadences along with flows yet to be compared, and “R.M.P.” is no exception. This short tale of hood aspirations depicts Toxxx’s powerful moves in and out of the music scene, while his witty, unapologetic wordplay and brazen punchlines set the scene for a ‘toxxxic’ takeover.

In pursuit of respect, money, and power, can one escape the ‘toxxxic’ realities of infidelity, drugs, violence, and other calamities?

Stream “R.M.P (Respect, Money & Power)” on preferred platforms

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D Prime 215 “What They Tell Us” Video

Philly’s own prolific emcee, D Prime 215 delivers more mind-blowing realities in his latest video “What They Tell Us.” The single/video, produced by Johann Sebastian, is off Prime’s latest “Sacred Mantra” EP, available on all major platforms.

“Mass media controls how many people get their news. The issue is, it’s not always accurate or close to it. When it comes to Black Folk, accurate isn’t even a thought most of the time. Negative statistics and stereotypes permeate the media as the overpowering narrative. This one-sided narrative is viewed as Gospel by those who don’t come in to contact with Black Folk on a regular basis if at all. As a Black Man, being viewed as the sum of negativity is asinine to me, as if that’s ALL we are. This record is my 2 Cents on it. I present to you “What They Tell Us.” Press Play.” – D Prime 215

The video is a simple one, just D Prime walking through his city of brotherly love. Because of his intricate wordplay and ingenious lyricism, there’s no need for gimmicks to entice viewers in. Also, a mini-film or animation, etc., would just take away from Prime’s lyrical declaration.

Prime addresses stereotypes placed on African Americans repeatedly for centuries. He also claims his human stance, free of felonies and other negative connotations. He goes on to mention that deliberately damaging advancements for African Americans must come to an end.  It makes you raise an eyebrow and wonder if others were just born jealous.  Prime delivers his revolutionary rhymes over chilling, hair-raising production blended with classic cuts and scratches. Watch “What They Tell Us” and connect with D Prime 215 and Johann Sebastian below.

About D Prime 215

In the English language, the word “Prime” is defined as “of first importance”. One could certainly say that Philadelphian emcee D Prime 215 has christened himself appropriately, as hip-hop has been of first importance in this young man’s life since he picked up a pad and pen in 2009. You can hear the warm, “golden era” sounds of J Dilla, A Tribe Called Quest and hometown heroes The Roots pulsing through his music, but with an updated, current twist. Prime’s held his own on wax with underground veterans like Reef the Lost Cauze, Hezekiah and Has-Lo, and shared the stage with heavyweight names such as Torae and Marco Polo. His approach is straightforward, his words honest, and his work ethic diligent. D Prime 215 is on a mission to create songs that stand the test of time, and with his unique blend of the old and the new, he’s sure to accomplish just that.

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Twitter: http://bit.ly/DPrime215Twitter

Facebook: http://bit.ly/DPrime215Facebook

Johann Sebastian

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B. Dvine ‘Times Have Changed’ EP Ft. Erick Sermon

Long Island, NY emcee and producer B.Dvine releases highly anticipated EP titled ‘Times Have Changed.’ The 6-track EP features Hip-Hop pioneer and legend Erick Sermon, UK’s own Cuban Pete, D-Rage, and Xavia.

Dvine displays a mastered skillset in both production and rhymes to deliver an eclectic project that includes classic Hip-Hop vibes, a club ante, raw wordplay, and even something for the ladies.  “Selfless Pride” sets the EP off and Dvine’s moves in this new age and new dawn. Not new to the game, he knows the climb and prepared to trek new heights. Over knocking bass weaved into penetrating pulsations for a modern twist, Dvine reminds the world that he’s developed from negativity and now sees the bigger picture clearly. The empowering track sets a tone for the remaining tracks.

“Hush”, a worldly collaboration, dictates for less talk and more action. Simply put Dvine, Sermon, Pete, and D-Rage are winning bosses with receipts. The aggressive domination flows over a riveting kaleidoscope of cadences intended to shock the core.  “Don’t Mean Nuttin” piggybacks off “Hush.” Dvine puts rappers, the game, and outsiders on blast; while they aim to impress with fallacies, Dvine breaks everything down thread by thread.

“Come Alive” is the feel-good track of the EP. With alarming and cosmic soundscapes, this infectious anthem is ideal for a sleepless night out, busting moves on the dance floor, or bumping through the city. In “Chocolate Syrup”, Dvine shows off his lustful side with slick, yet sensual pillow talk. This is not your average Netflix and chill scenario, instead, Dvine commands his wordplay right into climax.

Dvine lays out a vivid timeline for listeners in “Mr. Dreams.” He takes us back to the vulnerable age of 15 when music and Hip-Hop were a passion then transcends to the moment his dreams greet reality. It began from digging in the crates, rhyming, creating beats with his own niche and twist, to rubbing elbows with industry execs and legends.  Dvine’s lyrical calisthenics drives a knife into doubters and even teachers who labeled him as hopeless.

Overall, ‘Times Have Changed’ embodies the growth of Dvine’s artistry and ability to curate timeless music during a period where Hip-Hop is ever-changing and steadily evolving. Stream ‘Times Have Changed’ and connect with B. Dvine below.

@bdvine631 on Twitter | Instagram | Web

Get To Know Pharaoh Rising-MC, Actor, Radio Host, and More!

From an inmate to entrepreneur, actor, radio personality, and emcee; Pharaoh Rising has made a worldwide name and buzz for himself.

In his recent project titled ‘Supreme Balancement’ Pharaoh displays his uncanny versatility with impeccable flows and rhyme schemes reminiscent of authentic, classic Hip Hop. The first song “Changes” covers the chaotic Hip Hop cycles that repeat every decade. The dance hall hit, “Lean on Me” encompasses the full appreciation of a good woman. “No Matter What” is a street banger for those who still head nod to boom-bap. “Panties on the Floor” was tailor-made exclusively for the clubs and poles, while “Buckwild” is a celebration of life and embracing freedom. The project ends with “Think About It”, a reflection of the world we want to ignore, and a reminder that our past, present, and future are connected.

When he’s not full throttle in the studio, Pharaoh can be seen on Tylor The Creator’s Cartoon, “The Jellies”, “Diary of a Badman”, and the Underground Urban web series by Branchout Productions titled “The Ninth Pawn.” As a co-host on Re-Vision Radio, Pharaoh guides listeners through multiple dimensions, alien invasions, government conspiracies, and rules of the matrix. If that isn’t enough hats, Pharaoh is also co-owner of Natural Nature Herbs (naturalnatureherbs.com), based on the healing tradition of Dr. Sebi and wife Maa of the Fig Tree.

Pharaoh Rising is a promising breath of fresh air and a major staple in the music industry, Hip Hop culture, along with holistic and over wellness. Be sure to stream/purchase his catalog of music and his latest EP ‘Supreme Balancement.’

Connect with Pharaoh Rising on Twitter | Facebook | Instagram @pharaohrising

Website – www.pharaohrising.com

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Watch “Buckwild” & “No Matter What’ off Pharaoh’s ‘Supreme Balancement’ EP

Philly’s Own D Prime 215 Drops “Sacred Mantra” Visuals

Esteemed Philly lyricist D Prime 215 and producer Hezekiah release visuals for “Sacred Mantra.” The single/video is the title track off Prime’s second solo EP, available everywhere music is sold.

Prime wastes no time to deliver his flow over classic boom-bap cadences blended with sharp electric tones. The simple video leaves no room for distraction, only eyes and ears digesting infectious, conscious wordplay.

Prime takes great pride in being true to oneself and “Sacred Mantra” is no exception. With his feet planted firmly, Prime’s bars run his narrative. A narrative of a man who has “no room for houses and cars, but my word is bond.”

The intricate wordsmith reminders listeners that at the end of the day our words and actions are all we have to fall back on. Prime will continue to stay true while he lives out his dreams. Watch “Sacred Mantra” (directed by JL Jupiter) and connect with D Prime 215 and Hezekiah below.

D Prime 215

IG: http://bit.ly/DPrimeIG

Twitter: http://bit.ly/DPrimeTwitter

Soundcloud: http://bit.ly/DPrimeSoundCloud

Facebook: http://bit.ly/DPrimeFacebook

Hezekiah

Twitter: https://twitter.com/hezekiah3rd

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hezekiah3rd/

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About D Prime 215

In the English language, the word “Prime” is defined as “of first importance”. One could certainly say that Philadelphian emcee D Prime 215 has christened himself appropriately, as hip-hop has been of first importance in this young man’s life since he picked up a pad and pen in 2009. You can hear the warm, “golden era” sounds of J Dilla, A Tribe Called Quest and hometown heroes The Roots pulsing through his music, but with an updated, current twist. Prime’s held his own on wax with underground veterans like Reef the Lost Cauze, Hezekiah and Has-Lo, and shared the stage with heavyweight names such as Torae and Marco Polo. His approach is straightforward, his words honest, and his work ethic diligent. D Prime 215 is on a mission to create songs that stand the test of time, and with his unique blend of the old and the new, he’s sure to accomplish just that.

UNG Bring “Necessary” Heat For Your Ears

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4.0 World Music along with Scripture and Loopy G of UNG (Undeniably Genuine) releases the lead single “Necessary” of their new EP titled “Very Necessary.”

The Louisiana duo comes hard with southern energy and captivating flows.  Over pulsating bass and tones, UNG defines just why they’re ‘necessary’ for the streets, the industry, and your ears. This is not your average head-nodding record, strap up and prepare for a blazing dose of ear whiskey. Stream “Necessary” and connect with UNG on Twitter and Instagram.

 

 

D Prime 215 “Reasons Why” Video

D Prime 215 returns for the 2nd video release of his “Sacred Mantra” EP.  “Reasons Why” produced by Has-Lo, is a tell-all into Prime’s world of emceeing, dating back to 93’.

D Prime 215 “Sacred Mantra” EP on Spotify 

“Every artist has their “Reasons Why” they create. Some for the sake of it, as a means to an end, tell stories, impress others, or all the above. For me, it’s all the above. However, as I grow as a person it inevitably bleeds into my music. There’s a lot going on in the world that affects me in a way that may be different from others. It’s inevitable that I address it. Especially in my city of Philadelphia. Let it be gentrification, school closings, “misallocation” of funds for public schools & inner city, crime, questioning the prison system, or the school to prison pipeline to name a few. I see these things firsthand, and I wanted to make it evident that Philly is a lot more than merely cheesesteaks and the Liberty Bell. It’s Philly all day over here, the presentation may be different from what you’re used to. It’s more than simply “rap” to me, that being said I was out for blood on this.” – D Prime 215

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 portrays 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. Watch “Reasons Why” and connect with D Prime 215 and Has-Lo below.

D Prime 215 on Facebook | Instagram | Twitter

Has-Lo on Facebook | Twitter

D Prime 215 x Has-Lo “Reasons Why”

D Prime 215 is back with the 2nd release of his “Sacred Mantra” EP. “Reasons Why” produced by Has-Lo, is a tell-all into Prime’s world of emceeing, dating back to 93’.

D Prime 215 “Sacred Mantra” EP on Spotify

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.

D Prime 215 on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

Has-Lo on Facebook | Twitter