PS Jones’ (@psjonesjbm1) “Junior Mafia Freestyle” is a freestyle on top of a Junior Mafia song titled “Get Money.” PS Jones goes Biggie style to give his friends shout outs by using their real names in the song. It is also an all-facts true story shortened to one verse.
PS Jones is a hardcore hip hop artist from Flint Michigan that once rapped gospel, but is now back to hardcore street lyrics. He is currently promoting two projects, a musical true story that is coming out this summer, and a SoundCloud series called “Who Is PS?” where he raps over different industry tracks.
Stream PS Jones “Junior Mafia Freestyle” on SoundCloud » https://soundcloud.com/jbm4eva/junior-mafia-freestyle
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Nikki wrote and recorded “Stingray” to share her own story of an emotionally abusive relationship, and the painful journey of regaining control of her life. Her “bare it all” tale of abuse disguised as love is a warning to anyone who is caught up and confused but feel dependent on the relationship to survive. By sharing her own story, Nikki hopes to help others recognize what’s known as gaslighting – a very powerful and dangerous component of emotional abuse – and act accordingly.
Stream Kid Chad’s album Sa.Me on major distribution outlets: https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/kidchad/same
Making music is always about positivity, even when the topic is negative. Kid Chad’s music possesses a certain old-school feel to the production, and his voice is reminiscent of alternative music. His album Sa.Me is a reflection of that as the vocals, beats and themes of the tracks in the album maintain a sense of positivity, even when times get rough.
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Kid Chad’s music possesses a certain old-school feel to the production, and his voice is reminiscent of alternative music. Kid Chad is 23 and hails from Southern WV. The musical movement of Kid Chad & his producer Yung Trav is one that portrays a certain lifestyle of free-spirited well-being, and the ability to grow in life retaining the imagination and passion that everyone does possess as a kid.” Autobiography available at KidChad.com
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Navi is a hip hop and rap artist from West Midlands, UK. Check out his single, “4 The Love.”
Check out the new single “Everybody Wants a Piece of Me” by LA alternative rock band, Bazerk.
Team Greatness artist Stranga The Great’s “Homicide Tape” is a song for all lyrical hip hop fans who just want to here someone murder a mic from time to time.
What would you do if you could shape the fabric of which reality is made? What if all of a sudden you got out of your own way and said whatever words pop in your mind? What happens to our memories when we die? Well, “Like That” is like that, but with a dope ass beat.
PBLO is an independent recording artist, producer and filmmaker based in Lisbon, Portugal.
Stream “LikE tHAT” by PBLO:
- YouTube: LikE tHAT (Prod. by Hitplaybeats) (Audio) on YouTube: youtu.be/CPIZA3PvJ0s
- SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/stpblo/likethat
BatFunk’s “Pourin It Up” is a song about Vimto, a juice drink in England that looks like lean so, in BatFunk’s words, “I’ve made it sound like that’s what I’m singing about as a bit of a goof.”
BatFunk is a musical artist from Cheshire, a county in England, UK, currently living in Boston, MA, where he plans to finish an album.
Stream BatFunk “Pourin It Up”:
- YouTube: https://youtu.be/NB484Esgjv8
- SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/batfunk/pourin-it-up
In celebration of Gay PRIDE 2019, we present to you this story—a cinematic and honest story of Jass Bianchi’s sexual exploration, “SHE” represents the freedom to explore the self. The video shows acceptance through vulnerability. “I believe that pride mainly occurs after enduring the early stages of confusion and vulnerability. The early stages should be recognized and celebrated. They are a crucial part of the journey that leads to being prideful” – Jass Bianchi.
Learn more: www.jassbianchi.com
Caitlin Martin (JASS BIANCHI) was born on September 12, 1984. Bianchi is a Boston & NY based award-winning rapper, songwriter, producer, activist, and entrepreneur. Bianchi first released her “Poetic Authority” mixtape in 2008, receiving recognition in local and overseas markets. Her recent release “One of the Boys” earned her a “Best Artist” award at the 2019 Los Angeles based Artemis Film Festival. Bianchi has toured throughout the East Coast, opening for Cormega, and Ladi6. Bianchi has been featured in AllHipHop.com, Wu-World.com, Thisis50.com, BReal.TV, AXS.com, The Illest Female Rappers, The Producer’s United, DIG Radio, SWURV Radio, RaporDie.com, Speak Up ATL, The Mad Bloggers, WXCI 91.7, WHS 98.1, WZLX CBS Local, WCUW, and HODX Radio. Bianchi’s voiceover work has aired on Power 105.1, Hot 97.1, KISS FM, KPKX, WPST, WFLC, Jammin 94.5 and she has been featured in various live comedy performances.
In the words of LucidVisixn (@brytenmyday): “After being in a state of depression, Flipp Dinero allowed me to break from the shell and actually begin to have fun recording music. After this song aired, I got a call from Atlantic Records… this is my time. I am a freshly graduated 18 year old from Eldon, Missouri. My goal is to create music that people don’t mind listening to on repeat.”