September 20, 2018

Gianni & Kyle - “do u even miss me at all?”

Gianni & Kyle are a duo on the rise who smoothly combine hip-hop and pop with ease in their own original way. Initially starting their project in Maryland a few years back, the guys currently reside in L.A. and are gearing up for their first tour alongside Hoodie Allen. Along with the tour announcement Gianni & Kyle also have a new project on the way that is due out at the end of September entitled 'She’s No Angel.' Listen to their new single “do u even miss me at all?” and let us know what you think!

estef - "Come Around"

estef is a soulful, jazzy, pop r&b singer/songwriter based in Nashville. Raised on soul and Motown, her sound marries infectious hooks and irresistible grooves with striking honesty and clarity in her lyrics. Erykah Badu, Amy Winehouse, and Frank Ocean are all artists whose music and stories influence estef's songwriting and performance style. Check out her new track "Come Around" and let us know what you think!

Tally Bands - "H.I.A.D. (How I Ain't Die)"

New York’s rap scene has undergone a facelift over the past few years. Gone are the days of a strictly rugged appeal, having been replaced with aesthetics that reach far outside of the city. Though the grittiness remains on full tilt in certain pockets, counterculture is still very prevalent. It is from this amalgamation that an artist such as Tally Bands is spawned.

Zoediac - "Dream"

Rising artist Zoediac hits timelines with his new track "Dream." Give it a spin and let us know what you think!

Kaloiam ft. Styme - "Late Night"

Up and coming artist Kaloiam links with Styme for his new track and visual "Late Night." Give it a spin and keep it locked for more new music from Kalo in the near future.

September 19, 2018

TSA - "Dandruff"

23 year old up and coming rapper TSA heads to LA from his home state of North Carolina for his new visual to his track "Dandruff." Give it a spin and keep an eye out for new music from TSA for the rest of 2018.

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September 18, 2018

NJ3 Addresses Doubters In “Stay On My Grind” Single




Formally known under the stage name Miss Netra And The LOL Girlz, NJ3 reinvented themselves under the name NJ3. The group formed in 2014. All members are siblings who came up with the idea to form a all girl group. They all have a passion for singing, rapping as well as dancing. NJ3 was born in West Memphis, Arkansas and currently resides there. The group consists of members Netra J who is 16 years old, J’Nea who’s 15 and J’Kayla who is the youngest in the bunch, is 11 years old. Currently, the group is working hard to push their newest single titled “Stay On My Grind” which was produced by none other than DJ Drillen. Everyone has haters and doubters. If you do, this single is for you to enjoy. Nothing says push on better than a song from the heart. Push through, regardless of the naysayers. The single is out now and can be streamed on any digital platform including Spotify and iTunes! Later down the line, NJ3 plans to release new music. But for now, their focus is going platinum with “Stay On My Grind”. This group is hungry for success and isn’t letting their age or anything else get in their way. Watch out world, NJ3 is here to bring something new to youth music!

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TajMalik Pours Emotions Into His Music To Create ”No Lie”


Compton’s own TajMalik uses his life experiences to give you the best rap bars. The rapper released a project titled, “No Lie” which released to all digital platforms on September 17th. The 9 track album features songs like, ”Gun Charge”  “Speak On It”  and “In Love”.  He worked continuously day and night to create the sound you hear today. TajMalik teamed up with 2une for production. When it comes to favorites, he chooses mainstream rapper Nas. He admires other mainstream and local artists such as Main and Tec, Kevin Gates,  03 Greedo, Boosie, Mozzy, Yo Gotti , and Dee Boi. For him, music was an escape from his daily realities. He is never not in the studio. TajMalik is always recording new music and is collaborating
with locals and others in surrounding states. He’s no stranger when it comes to hard work. In fact, his motto is, “Get up and accomplish!” Being incarcerated doesn’t deter him from achieving his dreams. He has shot countless music videos for his songs and hopes to be around for a long time.

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September 16, 2018

Johnnie Mane Releases “Ride With A Playa”



This Memphis native is truly one of a kind. He’s very versatile. He can woo the ladies with his singing and shock you with his amazing tongue twisting word play. His stage name was given to him from a friend in high school. His classmate Antoine would call him by his first name and add “Mane” to the end of it. Mane is a popular slag used in Memphis which means man. Johnnie Mane has a single out titled, “Ride With A Playa”. The song is about a guy who hopes to win over a woman from her undeserving boyfriend. The lyrics are very catchy, and you will instantly find yourself reciting the lyrics. The single was produced by D-Wayne Go Hard On Em. Johnnie is currently signed to Underground Railroad Entertainment Group/Def Jam Memphis and is working on his debut album, titled, “Spit No Evil” which he plans to have completed by November. For now, you can view his official music video to the single, “Ride With A Playa” which features some well known comedians in the city of Memphis. Carlos Duncan, one half of the comedic group, The Dudley Boys appeared in the video as the neglecting and roguish boyfriend. If you’re into streaming, then you are in luck. The song is available now on all digital platforms including YouTube, iTunes, Spotify and even TIDAL.

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TB & We$ B ft. Mikey Rocks - "Beach House"

Up and coming artists TB and We$ B get an assist from Mikey Rocks on their new track "Beach House." Give it a spin and let us know what you think!
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