Sunday, November 29, 2015
Bronx born and raised artist Big Brother Biz delivers his latest release “Ali and Jordan,” and Brother Biz waste no time letting us all know that we have to “grind like we are the greatest.” The record is self-produced by Brother Biz's producer alias Beat Hogan, and it it st to appear on his upcoming album entitled 'Pure.'
"Drop It Low" is A song that exemplifies the musical style of Randolph Bush, which features modern r&b styling, hip-hop influences, a subtle use of paired vocal harmony, repetitive melodic phrasing and extensive vamping. Give it a spin and let us know when you think!
Chicago artist Vonte drops off his debut project, an EP titled 'The Prelude.' Vonte was organic in the entire process and remained true to himself. 'The Prelude' is about the pain, the triumph and how Vonte sees the Windy City through his own eyes. Vonte loves Chicago and wants better for his hometown. The Chicago artist believes he has what it takes to put the Westside of Chicago on his back.
Tito Montana is currently riding high off the success of his most recent visual for “Miracle.” The clip was recently premiered by BET Jams and further raises the clout of the New York MC. The track, which is produced by Just Blaze finds Montana reminiscing on how Hip-Hop shaped his formative years. The accompanying Chris Zino directed video is based New York City and showcases the rapper in deep introspection.
Santigold releases the music video for her song 'Who Be Lovin' Me' featuring ILoveMakonnen. The two cruise around backstage of Made In America Music Festival in the Trouble Andrew and Santigold-directed video.
KFresh Harris recently dropped a new record titled 'Voices'. This song will appear on KFresh's upcoming EP Indie World, that will be available on iTunes on 01.08.2016. Stream the song above on soundcloud.