“Ivory” is the lead single from Jay 28’s album Show No Emotion, made to show the true side of music. In the words of Jay 28: “The side of music that has been hidden and thrown away by today’s generation. When I made this album this was the way for me to step into another world of music.” Jay 28, born as Jacque Jones, grew up in Chesapeake, VA. The young entrepreneur and musician has became a solid and well known musician in his city.
This release is the first project release from producer-turned-rapper DHVN. All songs were self-produced as well a written by DHVN. CUB3D is a representation of the box they tried to put me in and I am stepping outside that box by becoming a recording artist.
About DHVN: In the words of DHVN: “I am a producer-turned-rapper from Columbia, SC. I got tired of trying to sell beats so I decided to keep them for myself and rap on ’em. I figured even if I can’t rap, people will like the music because of the beats.”
Brand new G-Funk from The Netherlands! featuring West Coast legends Kokane, Ras Kass, MC Eiht, Kam and more! Produced by Leslie White. Unstoppable Knight (@Knightshiftah) a rapper-singer from the Netherlands, after releasing his debut album I Remain Unvanquished in 2015 he’s back with a brand new product called Da Knightshiftah.
Darrin Jones’ (@lord_darrin) song “Soulja” is a pop/hip hop cross over suitable for a spaceship, and the song “Slime” has a sound that almost turns south Atlanta into a beach vibe. Darrin Jones is a 22-year-old independent artist from Georgia with 100k followers across platforms.
In the words of Ren$carJames (@ren_franklin): Down South Chicken eating Mack. Graduated from the University of Hustlers. Perfection we must perfect crew of emcees. Purple Cup Music affiliate. Get Money Messiah. Hull you and raw dog ya boo. Married to the streets and engaged to ya freak. Disciple of GOD. The Universe is Our turf not just urf. New to you but not your boo. The fairest of the fairest. Report to the streets and not the police. Harriet Tubman cousin Dirty Harry. Different breed of Emcee.
Biggie Smalls was my favorite then 2Pac. Now Jay Z takes both their place. But my southern roots contribute all props to 8-ball & MJG, Too Short, MC Breed, Chad Butler & Bun, OutKast, Geto Boys, Juvenile, & Clifford Harris, Twista. My Sound is similar to Dope Boy Trap Musick so Gucci Mane, Jeezy, Weezy, Yo Gotti, & 2Chainz justah name a few is what I sound like.
GOOGLE ME…..whateva platform you listen to put my name Ren$carJames in the search button….. Don’t forget the dollar sign…..lemme putchu up on game 101…..
Kareem Jamal’s “Adios” embodies the notion of doing rather than talking. Having fun, creating goals, including others & exerting self confidence.
It was created by Kareem Jamal free-styling to his own up-beat, self-produced sound and going with the flow. “roll with it” as he mentions in the song.
Kareem Jamal is a photographer, audio specialist & rapper hailing from Nottingham, England.
His objective has been to help enhance others auditory requirements as a hearing audiologist & audio engineer, whilst also building portfolio content for various models & artists across Great Britain as a photographer. Within the past month, Kareem has returned to music releasing a total of three singles including this newly released “Adios” and four videos on his YouTube channel!
Check out the single “Just a Friend” by Youngmoke. Youngmoke is Jersey upcoming finest, he is born and raised in the United State of America. Youngmoke, singer and writer from Jersey, United State and have been doing this since he was an early teen. As he has grown into this music world in which we now live in, He is determined to break through with seductive, soulful, and harmonizing vocals matched with a conscious flow that can be versatile in any atmosphere of hip-hop and R&B, and to top it off he brings an advid skill of flows. Bredding himself on the aspect of just being real and making music that is real and sensible with a message in every word. That’s what he considers as real Hip-Hop.
Stream on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8y9-byPr8zw
The song “Brainer” was recorded in Miami, FL by producer Anthony Perez, which was later leaked by one of Kenzo Anthony’s (@Kenzo_Anthony) friends on YouTube. The song has no hook but shows an exceptional skill of lyricism and bar for bar technique with good enough quality to play at a high volume in any kind of speakers.
Kenzo Anthony was born in New York City Bronx, lived abroad for a short period of time in the Dominican Republic then moved and was raised in Miami Florida. Starting out at the age of 14, he was inspired by the genre of rap music and many of the artists within the early 90’s through the early 2000’s. He started writing at the age of 16 but didn’t take his rap career seriously till the age of 19. Now at the age of 25 with his music, he hopes to capture an audience with his experiences through his everyday struggles that he expresses in his lyricism. To reach an audience who can relate to his experiences emotionally. The originality of his music stands outs because it’s real. He talks about real struggles, and can also cater to the trendy rap in today’s society with songs like “Fuckin With Nobody,” and “Percocets & Molly,” which incorporates into his music that can make people of all genres relate to. Another unique quality would be his sense of collaboration with other artists he grew up with. He isn’t afraid to collaborate or share ideas, but instead appreciates others and gives credit when it’s due.