According to Nique Robinson, his new EP Say What You Feel is based on his experiences with love and his perspective on telling the truth.
At just under 11 minutes, some would describe Say What You Feel as a masterpiece of minimalism. Nique Robinson delivered fours tracks of transparency, addressing some relationship issues that the masculine nature of hip hop seems to ignore.
Often when a person is highly academic, others complain that they lack soul and creativity. That is not the case for Kay Soul. The vocalist and practicing attorney proves that she is the total package with her new single “Blood In My Veins.”
The Chicago based singer, songwriter, poet and model is everything you never knew you needed. Kay Soul’s unique voice is absolutely captivating and “Blood In My Veins” is the perfect platform for it.
“Blood In My Veins” is deep and soulful. A creative combination of what best described as rock and soul, “Blood In My Veins” is a tale of victory. Despite fear and pain, the result is redemption.
“Blood In My Veins” is the first single from Kay Soul’s upcoming album In My Mind. Kay Soul hopes her album will “encourage others to find beauty in their broken spaces.”
Graduation for the class of 2020 almost certainly looks nothing like anyone would have expected. Despite social distancing and stay a home orders, Pennjamin Bannekar made sure that every graduate had a song to celebrate to with “Graduation.”
Chicago based artist, Pennjamin Bannekar decides that Covid-19 shouldn’t overshadow the accomplishments of the class of 2020. “Graduation” is just under three minutes of celebration for everyone who celebrating their graduation.
“Graduation” is equipped with everything one would expect in such a celebratory song. Bannekar reminds listeners that they deserve congratulations, their hard work has paid off, this moment isn’t about the past or the future, and you need to take pictures.
At a time when so many graduates are disappointed due to cancelled, postponed, or non-traditional graduation ceremonies it’s nice to actually feel celebrated. Covid-19 has overshadowed nearly everything else going on in the world fore months, but Pennjamin Bannekar reminds fans that despite the pandemic graduation is still a milestone and everyone who graduated deserves their moment.
As it appears BADBOY VT is on a roll. The Chicago based rapper has released three successful visuals in the last seven months.
BADBOY VT is a voice of the people. The rapper who is from the Garfield Park neighborhood of Chicago, raps not only to escape the hardships of his own life, but to inspire others who maybe enduring their own hardships.
After being released from prison in 2019, BADBOY VT started to take his escape more seriously. Through 2019, VT gained significantly notariety and appears to be charging full speed ahead in 2020.
BADBOY VT’s mixtape, Badboy Lifestyle, is slated to be rreleased in October. Fans can expect the project to be a “rule book to the streets.”
In the meantime, the best way to get familiar with BADBOY VT is through his videos “Momma I’m Sorry,” “Voices,” and “Emotional Wreck.” All three songs convey VT’s experiences in the street. Raw, real, and relatable the three songs are indicative of VT’s signature sound.
For some people nothing is is harder than transparency. For artists, transparency could mean life or death for their careers. Big Flock took the risk and showed the world his soul on “Caesar Salad.”
Maryland rapper Big Flock was released from prison in late 2019. Since then, Big Flock has been committed to not only enjoying life, but inspiring others. Sometimes the best way to be an inspiration is to share your own story. That’s exactly what Big Flock did with “Caesar Salad.”
Instead of funky beats and infectious lyrics, Big Flock dressed “Caesar Salad” with heartfelt, relatable lyrics. Big Flock laid bar after bar of reality over a Juu beat. The product isn’t necessarily pretty, but “Caesar Salad” is real.
The raw reality of “Caesar Salad” may be exactly what Big Flock needs to propel himself into stardom. The rapper has already been co-signed by Wale and Rico Nasty. It seems that national notoriety for Big Flock is inevitable.
It’s important to reassure yourself. Eddie Jones reassured himself that he’s a star with his latest “I’m On.”
Eddie Jones is all about music. From the time he was 13 years old he knew he’d be a singer. Jones’s passion and talent have carried him and now he’s hoping his fan base will do the same.
After taking a few months away from music Eddie Jones is reinvested one his craft and more confident than ever. That’s apparent on his latest single “I’m On.”
“I’m On” is short, sweet, and to the point. Eddie Jones puts the world on notice that he is the vocal sensation he thinks he is.
The visual is simple. Just Jones with a couple of friends some pizza and some beer. Essentially, a collage of performance scenes, the “I’m On” video was filmed by Naphti Productions and directed by Jones.
Swiezo is everything, except ordinary. The artist is known for being extraordinary and his latest single “Piñata” is certainly that.
Swiezo is the DMV area’s wild child; a walking party, if you will. His festive look and creative sound set Swiezo apart from every other artist.
“Piñata” is no exception to Swiezo’s refusal to blend in. The artist known for his ability to blend styles and cross cultures reestablishes his ability to do so by mix hip hop with an urban Latino sound the resulted in a vibe.
Party anthem approved, “Piñata” features Licui. The pair are unmatched and “Piñata” very well may be a smash.
Sometimes it’s necessary to step away from something to become better prepared for it. G The Mastermind knows. After a hiatus from music he’s back at it full speed with his latest visual “Go.”
“Go” is the lead single from G The Mastermind’s Don’t Count Me Out and what a way to return to music. It’s been four years since G The Mastermind released an album and its obvious that the fans were ready, but not as ready as G The Mastermind.
“Go” is an uptempo look into the way G The Mastermind lives his life and the perfect capture the attention of music lovers after being away for so long. The visual certain falls in line with the vision. Filmed by Versus Visuals, the “Go” video is high energy.
Since its release “Go” has been viewed 40,000 times.
It’s hard to adjust to certain aspects of the world when you’re young, gifted, and black. LOE Addé knows that and shares some of those woes on his latest single “Where I Been At?”.
The Maryland based rapper touched some souls with this one. “Where I Been At?” is LOE Addé’s successful attempt to channel is own hurt and anger in a way the masses can relate.
“Where I Been At?” reminds fans that aside from the lyrical prowess, LOE Addé is no different than they are. He has similar experiences to everyone else; he grieves, feels pain, and hates his day jobs the same way some many others do.
Not only a brief and related peak into the soul of LOE Addé, “Where I Been At?” is also a undeniable nod to old school hip hop. Though LOE Addé is a millennial, he’s going to cross generations with “Where I Been At?” and the subsequent question will be: where’s he going next?