Tammy Rivera’s Only One

Undoubtedly, Tammy Rivera is a jack of all trades. The mom, wife, entrepreneur and tv personality recently added singer to her resume and fans are her for it. Today, the “All These Kisses” singer debuted her second single “Only One.”

The Love & Hip Hop star took to Instagram posting the single’s cover art with the caption, “Available now everywhere…. #OnlyOne #ForMyLadies.” And she did not lie “Only One” is every woman who has had enough of an inconsiderate man. So for anybody whose man wants to act out before Valentine’s Day, Tammy Rivera made you an anthem.

Listen to Only One now.

Hearon Trackz – Super Producer Beat Realz, Vol. 2

Not quite two weeks after the debut of its predecessor, Super Producer Beat Realz, Vol. 2 made its own debut.

The 14 track effort is a compilation on Hearon Trackz latest works. Completely void of lyrics, Super Producer Beat Realz highlights what Hearon Trackz does best. 26 minutes of various styles of beats, with something to inspire the artist in everyone.

Hearon Trackz’s third project of 2018 Super Producer Beat Realz, Vol. 2 is co-signed by Stack or Starve and Take the L. The Super Producer and Chicago native shows no signs of slowing down in 2018 as he also announced the release of his next project, an album, Seven7.7 will be later this month.

https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/super-producer-beat-realz-vol-2/1343919959

Kehlani Did It Again

It’s always a good day for an acoustic record and when it comes from Kehlani it’s even better. With that being said, today was a good day due to the premier of the Oakland songbird’s latest “Again.”

Acoustic and unmixed, Kehlani proves that her voice and lyrics are capable of standing on their own. Colorfully written with the imagery of Kehlani could create, “Again” is art for the ears. Though she doesn’t need it the groundwork for the track was laid by Geoffro, who is also responsible for producing “Honey.”

Listen now:

China-Marie’s What?

As the time grows near for China-Marie to debut her upcoming EP, the songstress continues to remind the world to get in tune. The release of her latest single “What?” Is certainly inline with her mission.

Only weeks away from the premier of the highly anticipated Made In China EP and what does China-Marie do? Drop a banger. “What?” sounds a whole lot like a girl anthem and who doesn’t love empowering girls? Strong lyrics and cute video make “What?” everything fans could want. Though singing the words out loud would make any woman feel good, the leggy blonde singer dons white daisy in the video proving she hasn’t forgotten about her male fans.

Made In China is slated for a mid-February release, in the meantime check out “What?.”

The Boy Illinois’ 90/94 Freestyle

The Boy Illinois is a busy bee these days. The lyricist is preparing to headline his first show since the debut of his latest effort Windy, he just announced that he’ll be performing with Jay Electronica on February 1 and yesterday he premiered his latest visual, “90/94 Freestyle.”

Yet another reminder that Illi is never too busy to represent the city he calls home “90/94 Freestyle” was filmed, in part, in a car on the expressway. The joint effort with fellow Chicagoan YP (aka Backwood Jones) feels a lot like theme music.

The Black Hole Demo

Indiana native James Otha is an artist to look out for. The artist and producer with an eclectic sound and flow is stealing the attention of hip hop fans and rightfully so.

The self proclaimed nerd and comic book junkie has a knack for word play that seems to be a rarity in a sea of mumble rappers. Though, he raps, James Otha is a fan of jazz, soul and the blues and he appreciation for the music is evident. Often infused in his own music are the influences of other genres.

James Otha debuted his latest project The Black Hole Demo last week. The seven track effort is riddled with witty lyrics and super hero references and colorful combinations of hip hop and other genres. Predominantly used to put James Otha’s talent in the spotlight, The Black Hole Demo only features three other artists: Ridley Victoria, The R.A.M. and Dre Dys.

Check it out:

Chimeka – Cool

After much anticipation and a private live experience, Chimeka delivered the first EP of a three part saga entitled Cool.

Just shy of 20 minutes long, Cool highlights the more laidback side of the Harvey native. A compilation of easy going track coving a range of topics from love and relationships to being a stoner, Cool undoubted proof that Chimeka is starting the year on the right foot.

Despite the self-proclaimed unicorn’s multiple talents, Cool still features the talents of some other well known Chicagoans. The Boy Illinois joins the beauty for a trip down memory lane on the song “90’s Love.” “Elevator Music” is a stoner anthem and joint effort between Chimeka and quite possibly the highest guy in Chicago, Sunny Woodz. Novacane and YF Beats were also sound those who lent production to the EP.

As Chimeka fans rejoice, new fans are certainly in the making behind the release of Cool. The anticipation for the rest of the trilogy has just gone through the roof.