Meet Ceez

When lyricism meets intellect, the possibilities are endless, just ask Ceez. The collegiate athlete turned rapper is sharing his talent with the world and reaping the benefits of it.

Previously know for his skills on the basketball court, after debuting his first two visuals “Smoke” and “Preach,” Ceez is gaining recognition for his skills in the both. The Indianapolis based rapper started sprouting musical roots when he was eleven, but it wasn’t until the summer of 2018 that really began taking his talent seriously.

With a determination to stay true to his lyrics, Ceez delivers a level a positivity that’s often absent form hip hop. Ceez’s music is a breath of fresh air in a hip hop climate inundated with gimmicks and hood tales that the artists have never lived.

Real rap is an accurate description of Ceez’s style. Molded by the gangster rappers of the 90s and inspired by the lyrical artists of this era, Ceez brings a sound that’s original and true.

Ms. Nina has Kid Power

In a day and age where kids are growing up much too quickly, nothing is better than seeing a kid just being a kid. Besides having talent far beyond her years that is exactly what Ms. Nina is doing. Last week the kid rapper released her debut album Kid Power and it could not be more perfect.

Ms. Nina is anything but ordinary. The pint sized performer released a 13 track effort that is not only kid friendly but versatile in flow. Age appropriate and positive, Kid Power is the kind of rap music parents want their children to listen to.

The reception of her singles “Lip Gloss” and “My Slime” should had been evident of what was to come with Kid Power, but it’s doubtful that anyone could have imagined Ms. Nina would come this hard. The rapper, singer and dancer may not be old enough to drive, but she is certainly old enough to command a crowd and rock a mic and Kid Power makes that obvious.

Kid Power

Cecil Blutcher Has What You Need

Cecil Blutcher is on a roll. The multitalented Penn State alum made is HBO debut in August on the runaway hit “Random Acts of Flyness” and on Labor Day while the rest of us enjoyed the unofficial end of summer Cecil Blutcher premiered he latest single “What You Need.”

Though it has been more than a year since he has released any music, Cecil Blutcher did not miss a beat. The actor flexed his vocal and lyrical muscles straight out of the gate. Forcing fans to ask “is there anything that Cecil Blutcher cannot do?”

Achillez X Zeus Ch1: The Arrival

Much like the Greek mythological character he drew his moniker from, Achillez is known for his strength. The 28 year-old lyricist’s musical strength is a result of a foundation deeply rooted in what he believes to be the universal language. Saturday, the Chicagoan debuted his latest EP Achillez X Zeus Ch1: The Arrival and his strength is obvious.

Despite the fact that Achillez has been making music for nearly two decades Achillez X Zeus Ch1: The Arrival is only his third release.. Achillez brought is best storytelling and wordplay combinations capturing fans by painting vivid pictures. His distinctive voice and command of language makes Achillez easy to identify and his real life scenarios make him relatable.

His second release of 2018, Achillez X Zeus Ch1: The Arrival is the first installment of a three part listening experience Achillez has created for his fans. A true believer in the importance of music, Achillez takes pride in being a perfectionist in the studio and it comes across in his music. His strong conviction for choosing quality over quantity explains why Achillez X Zeus Ch1: The Arrival is only a five track effort. Though the EP is 13 minutes long, the talent is in no short supply and fans are already on pins and needles in anticipation of the final two installments.

Achillez X Zeus Ch1: The Arrival EP

KY.N.G Musix’s XperienceMusix 2.0

A product of Chicago, KY.N.G Musix is no stranger to adversity and that’s what he uses to connect with his fans. His latest release XperienceMusix 2.0, is a continued effort to do just that.

XperienceMusix 2.0 is an eleven track culmination of KY.N.G Musix’s life experiences. Chronicling the highs and lows of street life, XperienceMusix 2.0 is nearly 40 minutes of real life over beats.

XperienceMusic 2.0 is KY.N.G Musix’s third project in the last three years and he doesn’t appear to be losing momentum at all, as the rapper has another project slated for release later this year.

XperienceMusix 2.0

Ty Money’s First Day Out

Beach days, music festivals and sunshine are in no short supply and to most people that would mean summer is still in full swing. However for a lot of rappers, summer just came to a screeching halt. Chicago area rapper Ty Money was recently completed a prison sentence and today he premiered his new visual “First Day Out.”

Looking like he hasn’t missed a meal and sounding like he hasn’t missed a beat, Ty Money’s “First Day Out” is exactly what the game has been missing. With the King of Sibley finally free, the sound of the summer is certain about to change.

Produced by RioMac and visual by Toinne Tarantino “First Day Out” is evidence that Ty Money did not come to play.

Dave East Delivers Karma 2

It’s been a long week for Dave East’s fans, but after being pushed back twice Karma 2 has finally arrived.

While fans may have been stressing over the change in release dates, Karma 2 is undoubtedly worth the wait. Karma 2 is comprised of 19 of Dave East’s best works yet. His latest collaboration with DJ Holiday, it is safe to say Karma 2 may very well be legendary.

A testament to the former athlete’s versatility, Karma 2 features a combination of lyrical skill and a wide variety of flows. Dave East combines his experience in the street and way with the ladies with his knack for storytelling to bring fans a mixtape that can be played all the way through.

Despite putting his own talents in the spotlight, the Harlem representative called on some lyrically apt friends including Fabulous, Blocboy JB and Lil’ Durk to make Karma 2 complete.

Karma 2