Oh Sarah Beats Ft. Kiddo Curry, Maxyboy, and T-Hood – Only Fans (Single)

Columbus, Ohio producer Oh Sarah Beats releases “Only Fans”,  a hot new single featuring Chicago’s own Kiddo Curry,19-year old Maxyboy, and T-Hood.

The seasoned producer arranges a kaleidoscope of cadences brimming with blends of erotic trap tones and knocking bass. The triple threat of emcees wastes no time to jump on the beat for an uncanny, yet catchy flow about money, women, and music. There’s no stopping these go-getters, not even the slight distraction of stripper poles. Oh Sarah Beats delivers a banger sure to please the blocks and clubs. Stream “Only Fans” and connect below.

“Only Fans” on Spotify and SoundCloud

Cover model: Mikaelyn Simmons, professional tattoo artist aka Big Blue of VH1’s LHH Hollywood

Audio Engineer: Matt Hagberg with Vaughn Music, Columbus Ohio

 

About Oh Sarah Beats

Sarah Wiley aka “Oh Sarah Beats” is an American Music Producer and Artist Manager, born and raised in Columbus, Ohio, who is also the great-niece of Bobby Taylor, who was a Singer/Song Writer at Motown Records (most notable for discovering and mentoring the Jackson 5). Along with the role of producer, Sarah is also a manager to several indie artists and artist herself who recently released two mixtapes.

Instagram: https://instagram.com/oh_sarah_beats?igshid=1d8bp838oa0dn

Twitter: https://mobile.twitter.com/Oh_Sarah_Beats

Business Email: ohsarahbeats@gmail.com

Def-I – Woke Up Late (Remix) ft Josh Dominguez

Hard on the heels of the first single from their revamped album, Oceans Deserted – The Remixes, beloved New Mexico MC Def-i and respected SoCal producer and artist Ariano drop their latest joint, “Woke Up Late.”

“Woke Up Late” is a re-conceptualized version of the track from the original album. It’s a different vibe for Def-i, unlike any sound fans have heard from him before. His effortless flow and innately creative rhymes are still on deck, but there’s a moodier feel that’s downright sexy. Def-i’s delivery combined with the sultry rasp of LA’s Josh Dominguez on the hook creates an entirely seductive sound. Ariano’s production is a clean overhaul of the original track; leaning more towards bass-heavy rock and less traditional hip hop.

“Woke Up Late” is the second single from Oceans Deserted – The Remixes, and dropped May 8th on Popular Nobody.

https://foundation-media.ffm.to/wokeuplate

Connect

https://www.instagram.com/def_i/

https://twitter.com/Def_I

https://www.facebook.com/defrapper/

Hawaii’s D-Rage Debuts “Survivor” Single

Hawaii’s own D-Rage debuts his solo single, “Survivor” off his forthcoming album titled ‘Deep Fire.’

“Survivor” produced by B.Dvine, serves as a fighter’s anthem with clapping drums, bass, and piercing cadences. D-Rage delivers a simple message through bold lyrics; he’s a soldier who can’t be broken and remains afloat at all times. Stream “Survivor” and connect with D-Rage on Instagram @d_rage808ns.

“Survivor” on preferred streaming/purchase platforms

Configa & Jahi Free Minds In “Mindfulness” Video

Seasoned UK based producer Configa links with Jahi and encourages folks to free their minds and take control of their mental health. “Mindfulness” is the second single off the duo’s collaborative album titled ‘Forward Future’ available now on all streaming platforms.

During a time brimming with unsettling anxiety and stricken fear, Configa and Jahi bring us a classic, yet cosmic boom-bap groove allowing us to alleviate uncertainties and float into a soothing state of spirituality and meditation.

The calming visuals of palm trees, ocean waves swaying against rocks, and the hypnotic fire pit blaze in tuned with the city nightscapes, channels through our core and acts as a window for self-care. Take heed to mindfulness broken down letter by letter; they are the essential keys to this introspective journey.

Jahi and Configa feed our souls with poetic flows of wordplay and polished production ensured to heighten our sense of ‘mindfulness’. Watch the video and stream ‘Forward Future’ the album.

 

Connect with Configa

https://www.instagram.com/configa/

https://www.facebook.com/configa

https://configa.com/

https://www.youtube.com/user/Configa

https://configa.bandcamp.com/

Fantom of the Beat “Look Out Boy” Ft. Rhymrcka

2x Grammy-nominated Haas G (of The UMC’s) aka Fantom of the Beat and Rhymrcka exude incomparable producer/emcee chemistry in “Look Out Boy.” The single/video takes the lead off Fantom’s “Audiodrome” album, available everywhere music is sold.

Fantom of the Beat presents “Audiodrome” the album on Spotify and Apple Music

Fantom weaves together an intense blend of melodic soul, aggressive bass, and piercing drums as a canvas for Rhymrcka to flow over. The ‘look out’ theme is reiterated throughout the record by Rhymrcka’s cutthroat lyrics and punchlines.

Not new to the game, the streets, or life; this duo lead with transparent footsteps and eyes wide open. They’re able to shine in the day and move in darkness simply because they’re immune to haters and the snake-like venom they spew. Fantom and Rhymrcka are ahead of the ops, unloyal dime pieces, crews with hidden agendas, and even envious family members.

“Look Out Boy” is a simple message delivered NY style, leaving traces of armor, concrete chalk, and dusted flames behind.  Watch “Look Out Boy” and connect with NY’s notorious duo below.

Connect With Fantom of the Beat & Rhymrcka


Fantom of the Beat:
https://twitter.com/FantomoftheBeat 
https://www.instagram.com/fantom_of_the_beat/?hl=en%C2%A0%C2%A0
Rhymrcka:
https://twitter.com/rhymrcka
https://www.instagram.com/rhymrcka/?hl=en

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

Producer Amadeus360 Ignites Charts With “A Serious Problem” Ft. M.O.P & Teflon

It takes a dominating force with animalistic instincts to run through the boroughs with vigorous, lyrical gods as M.O.P and Teflon. With a lengthy and celebrated catalog under his belt, producer Amadeus360 fits the bill!

Amadeus360 lays down an impeccable, yet gritty blueprint and enlists NY’s infamous firing squad. The combination of concrete trembling bass and pulsating tones heightens the aggressive bars. His use of intermittent cuts and scratches sends listeners into a Hip Hop induced adrenaline rush, leaving the track on repeat!  Stream “A Serious Problem” and connect with Amadeus360 on Instagram and Twitter.

About Amadeus360

Devan Amadeus Clark is a 10-year beatmaker/production vet. He is celebrated as a former DJ in NYC and surrounding areas at The Tunnel, SOBs, Fat Beats, The Shadow, and many other distinguished venues. Amadeus spun records live for Lin Q and MC Lyte, and carries production credits to Jahrell Tha Starchild, The Brotherhood From the UK, and recently M.O.P and DV Alias Khyrst.

Causin’ Effect X Homage “Extortion” Single

Causin’ Effect drop their new single “Extortion” produced by Homage.

The Vermont based duo of Vazy and Jibba deliver a lyrical shakedown over big screen, dramatic soundscapes. Their intense and raw flow is sure to get their point across loud and clear in the streets and in the industry. Strap in and take heed while Causin’ Effect spew bars extorting shady moves from others.

Connect with Causin’ Effect on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube

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

Old School 76 x Andrew Woods “Stop the Violence Volume 1” Remastered

Label executive and producer Andrew Woods links with Old School 76 for remastered “Stop the Violence” Volume 1. Aim High, Lil Mecca, Lady Loe, Nuwajah Sankola, and Miss Saigon the Rapper make up the all-female collective representing different states and communities, with one mission in mind; an end to violence.

The group comes together for a lyrical deliverance brimming with compelling wordplay and storytelling. They invite masses of all nations, rich and poor to walk and march in unification. It’s time to heal broken families, put an end to rape, robbery, and murder, and find our lost, confused children. It’s time to let them be the future.

Woods’ use of bass pulsates through veins and gets the heart pumping, while the riveting tones wake up the soul and provoke change. Stream “Stop the Violence” and connect with Old School 76 members below.

Lil Mecca on Facebook | Twitter

Miss Saigon the Rapper on Instagram

Lady Loe on Facebook

Aim High on Facebook

Nuwajah Sankola on Facebook