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K-Brew – ‘Crazy Space’ Freestyle

By 44faced on Jan 11, 2020 in Music - 0 Comments

In the words of K-Brew: “Is my music trash? Is it fire? I’d love to know! I love free rapping and I sometimes record songs. Looking for honest opinions and constructive criticism.”

K-Brew reps St. Chuck, the 636 (St. Charles, Missouri), which is close to St. Louis.

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Jac Ross – It’s Ok To Be Black

By 44faced on Jan 11, 2020 in Music - 0 Comments

“It’s Ok To Be Black”. In a time where so much change is needed, the Florida native pens an open letter and inspirational anthem to celebrate perseverance and struggle. Driven by the stories of those that are disenfranchised, low on hope and high on disappointment — Ross, lends his voice to provide a reason to smile. Jac Ross delivers a warm, melodic upbuilding song that calls out prejudice, even speaking of some of his own struggles.

Getting his start early, Jac Ross has built a buzz around his electric live show and his ability to connect to listeners through his songs. It’s Jac’s “soul quenching” music that’s exploratory and socially progressive that’s garnered him some early attention. The brilliant fusion of soul, funk alongside gritty synthesizing R&B melodies have earned him his debut TV performance. Airing MLK day, January 20TH , 2020 on TV One — Jac Ross has been handpicked by Ms. Cathy Hughes, Founder and Chairperson of Urban One, to open the Urban One Honors television special. A celebration of black music honoring iconic talents such as, Missy Elliott, Jamie Foxx, Chance the Rapper, Brandy, Anita Baker and others, Jac Ross is truly proving one to watch for 2020!

In a time when change is needed more than ever, the enigma Jac Ross emerges carrying enough pain to incite cultural change and the love to remind us we’re all the same. For Darkchild Records/Island Records signee Jac Ross, his soul-stirring vocals are deeper than the ears that hear them. The sounds of his voice tell the stories of struggle and success, but most importantly impress a glimmer of hope in the hearts of those who witness his silky and powerful harmonies.

Jac Ross, R&B’s newest voice, sets the tone for 2020 releasing a powerful, soul-stirring single, “It’s Ok To Be Black”

Stream Jac Ross – “It’s Ok To Be Black”:

  • Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/5UCeo0c4vQIrKe3JZaxVlY
  • YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t4UkgoTNkMg
  • SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/jac-ross/itsoktobeblack

Low – People Change

By 44faced on Jan 11, 2020 in Music - 0 Comments

In the words of Low (a.k.a. LowerEastBeast): “I base my music from everyday Living of Life, My Influences are people such as G-Rap, Nas, Jayz, Kanye, Biggie, But my sound would be classified as BoomBap Hip Hop or Lofi Hip Hop such as artist like, MasterAce, JoeyBadass, Sadatx, Smith&Wesson, and etc.”

Low (a.k.a. LowerEastBeast) is a hip hop artist from the Lower East Side. 3rd st and Ave D to be exact. who’s known for his aggressive witty lyrics and Rhyme Flow. The rapper exudes confidence as he delivers heavy hitting punchlines that explore serious issues in his community as well as his own life. His name “Low” embodies a street mentality and New York State of mind that he believed keeping a low profile is the best way to survive when you doing dirt. Recognized by his inner circle for clever lyrics that don’t just speak the truth but almost screams it, low was encouraged by those closest to share New York’s best kept secret with a larger audience. As a composer, writer, and artist, he has always expressed himself in music. Low has always been creative and ambitious with a secretive nature that served him well in his neighborhood. He is now ready to break his silence and share his sound with the world and make some noise in 2020, Low is seeking more than survival in pursuit of his dreams. keep an eye out for this artist as he embodies New York he is New York.

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Frankie Volo – Your Breath [Conic Circle]

By 44faced on Jan 06, 2020 in Music - 0 Comments

Conic Circle imprint of Frankie Volo has decided to celebrate five years of the track ‘Your Breath’ with two releases. The first track the classic original which was very successful. The second track deliver a master class in left of centre electronic music. It ranges in style from the Frankie Volo hypnotic steeliness of ‘Your Breath’ to put on a line tech-house like as well as the atmospheric space techno. Clearly, Frankie Volo is at home making a wide variety of underground electronic music – the common bond is his ability to focus on the deeper end of the spectrum.

Preview Frankie Volo – Your Breath [Conic Circle] on SoundCloud: bit.ly/2YO7euU
Buy Frankie Volo – Your Breath [Conic Circle] Now on BeatPort: bit.ly/36BqvT4

Knox Rain Carter – Straight from …

By 44faced on Jan 06, 2020 in Music - 0 Comments

Mr. Carter provides quality lyrics wrapped in bass tones so the music gets heard through loud Rap in the new Hip Hop age.

In the words of Knox Rain Carter: “I don’t record, this is live. I represent no city, I will come to your home one way or the other.”

Stream Knox Rain Carter – “Straight from …” on SoundCloud: soundcloud.com/knox-carter-760541614/straight-from

Follow Knox Rain Carter on Twitter: @rain_knox

Wiked Wood – All 8 (ft. D-Lyrical) [Official Music Video]

By 44faced on Jan 02, 2020 in Music - 0 Comments

Wiked Wood, the east coast underground rap duo made up of Grave-Bait & Cray-Z, have teamed up with RoxxxTV for their latest music video premiere of “All 8” featuring D-Lyrical, who some may remember from ICP’s “Intelligence & Violence” in the early 90’s. The collaborative remix from the 3 emcees of the hip hop classic “The Choice Is Yours by Black Sheep” originally appeared on Underground Nation Magazine’s “Murder The 90’s Mixtape” in 2019.  With cinematography from Josh Hyland and backdrop of Philadelphia’s Graffiti Pier the visuals of “All 8” finally became a reality just in time for the 2020 new year.

Fans can learn more about Wiked Wood’s tour schedule and  upcoming release “Simulated Reality” by connecting with them on social media, via their website.

Stream Wiked Wood – All 8 (ft. D-Lyrical) [Official Music Video]: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PIfCrd554j0

Kalif Kalif – Forever (Prod. Fury Beats)

By 44faced on Jan 01, 2020 in Music - 0 Comments

Kalif Kalif “Forever” drops just in time for Valentine’s Day. Pump this in your system for your significant other if she is into lighter hip hop with an R&B vibe.

Kalif Kalif has found his calling as a prolific writer and storyteller. If you are a fan of legendary artists such as Jay-Z, Kendrick Lamar, J. Cole and others like them, Kalif Kalif is a must have for your collection. Whitsett, NC.

Stream Kalif Kalif – “Forever” (Prod. Fury Beats): soundcloud.com/fury-beats/forever

 

Fac Marlo – Streets Most Hated

By 44faced on Dec 27, 2019 in Music - 0 Comments

Fac Marlo’s “Streets Most Hated” is now available on all platforms.

About Fac Marlo: Marlin Ostrom, also known by his stage name Fac Marlo (FAC stands for Family Always Counts) is a talented hip-hop/rapper, songwriter, and engineering producer, hailing from Pittsburgh, PA. He writes about his trials and tribulations while allowing fans to see what life was like for him growing up through his music videos. Life hasn’t been easy for the rapper and he has had to learn things the hard way, but he puts that all into his raw lyrics. Rapper Fac Marlo is known for such songs as “Momma Pray”, “After Life”, and “11 years”.

Fac Marlo was only a kid when he started writing and recording songs. His career reached new heights when he got the opportunity to open up for Project Pat, part of the rap group Three 6 Mafia in Akron, OH. Fac Marlo is rising above some of the trials and tribulations he’s faced and he learned that with every circumstance we gain strength to rebuild. He has grown from his bad boy ways and is focused on music and showing how everyone can change.

Stream Fac Marlo – Streets Most Hated on YouTube: www.youtube.com/playlist?list=OLAK5uy_nwPuNZ1tDu0Eu0Pk0sTonzKQpexWcJQH8

Rambo Malik – Are You Sober?

By 44faced on Dec 26, 2019 in Music - 0 Comments

Melodic sound cloud rap, clout culture. Rambo Malik is a audio engineer and recording artist, who’s music explores themes of mental health, substance abuse, and failed relationships.

Stream Rambo Malik – “Are You Sober?” on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CvKRyr1WhME

Daniel Najar – Hate

By 44faced on Dec 23, 2019 in Music - 0 Comments

In the words of Daniel Najar: “I wrote this song ‘Hate’ when I was thinking about all the hate we have in the world today. From all the negativity online and off it there seems to be a lot of anger and rage going on in our society. It can feel at times no matter what a person does or accomplishes it will be followed by some Hate.”

About Daniel Najar:

My name is Daniel Najar and Hip-Hop has been my number one interest in life since I was a young kid. My family were Jehovah Witnesses and on the weekends we had to go door to door preaching the religion. One day a lady let us into her house and she was explaining to the older guy I was with that her song was rebellious and listed to “Rap Music”. Her son shortly came out of his room and I could hear The Real Slim Shady by Eminem in the background. The next week I went down stairs and my sister had MTV on the TV and I got to watch The Real Slim Shady music video and was deeply intrigued by this blond character in what was a mental institution doing all sort of theatrics while rapping at a high level. After that I got The Marshall Mathers LP through a catalog and have been hooked on the genre ever since. I’ve listened to most artists discography bottom to top and am a fan of mostly every artist for taking the time to share their story/perspective through music. I ended up having a very crazy life of my own and at the age of 24 I began to take rapping seriously and pursue a career in music. I feel that I can add some value into Hip-Hop and constantly challenge myself rapping and look forward to sharing my life story with the world one day.

Stream Daniel Najar – Hate on YouTube: www.youtube.com/watch?v=JyKqQULJe30

Follow Daniel Najar on Twitter: @LionWithPassion

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