Heir Jordan – Financial Aid

In an era full people competing to see which gender can care less, it’s nice to hear people celebrate one another. That’s the route Heir Jordan takes with “Financial Aid.”

The Paterson, New Jersey native took a note from the iconic New Orleans bounce scene, sampling Magnolia Shorty’s “Smoking Gun.” “Financial Aid” is a fun, uptempo track sure to make any woman working hard to be successful feel good. Heir Jordan proclaims that his woman has it all figured out: she takes care of herself, so he takes care of her.

Spawning from the album Makeup>Sex, “Financial Aid” is just a peak at the creativity Heir Jordan is pouring into the world.

Financial Aid

Rotimi Has Something To Ride To

Singer and actor Rotimi is certainly having a summer to remember. His recurring role on the Star's drama Power is making him a household name, he's opening for August Alsina on his Don't Matter tour and today Rotimi released his latest effort Jeep Music Vol.1.

The New Jersey native is brimming with talent and Jeep Music Vol.1 is a shinning example of that. The G-Unit singer offers eight tracks of real R'n'B.

The EP opens the with single "Want More" and its island vibes are certain to inspire Jeep rides with the doors off. The next six tracks tell the story of a relationship and the EP ends with "Nobody," a joint effort with 50 Cent and T.I.

Anyone with a Wrangler should take the doors off, any other Jeep open the sunroof and give Jeep Music Vol. 1 a listen.

Lady Luck Gives Hip Hop a Facelift

A lot of people say hip hop is in their blood, but for Lady Luck, that’s more than just a saying. The New Jersey born emcee is a descendant of Sugarhill Records founder Sylvia Robinson, the “Mother of Hip Hop”.

Lady Luck has been active in the music idustry since the age of 17, when she signed a deal with Def Jam Records. Though she describes her current situation as residing in “celebrity purgatory”, this year the lyricist is taking a step back into the spotlight.

Lady Luck has a starring role on Bravo’s reality series “First Family of Hip Hop.” The show follows her family’s efforts to revive their iconic record label and reclaim their position has hip hop’s royal family. In addition to making her cable debut, Lady Luck is also putting the finished touches on her upcoming album, She God.

Though, Lady Luck’s album isn’t quite complete, the emcee couldn’t keep her fans waiting. She released an EP entitled The Facelift. 

Listen to The Facelift and watch “First Family of Hip Hop” on Bravo.