After not releasing any music through much of the summer, New Mexico/Texas artist 10 MP, returns to the waves of the internet with the short but lyrical bomb that is “Levels.” Produced by New Orleans artist Beeisthefuture, MP attacks the beat flawlessly showing off his word play from start to finish. 10 MP plans on releasing a video for “Levels” soon.
Social Media: 10 MP – @TianMPBeeisthefuture – @Beeisthefuture
Slip-N-Slide recording artist, Mike Smiff,
teamed up with Quality Control’s City Girls on an explicit new record called “4 1
Nite.” The track serves as a tete-a-tete of which sex can out do the other. Produced by Schife, the two artists go back and forth expressing
their annoyance and hate for each other.
While revealing their true
feelings, the two artists raise the question of, what would they do if
one or the other was untrue for just one night? With guidance from Trick Daddy as Smiff’s mentor, Mike was officially signed to Miami’s own, Slip-N-Slide Records. He recently released his project, “Chase Dis Money,” which received over 1 Million streams and views.Smiff is expected to release another project this fall.
Today Fast Cash Boyz announce the official EP and visual release of from rising Tennessee rap sensations. FCB TOO BANGIN is a 7-track offering that deep dives into the lifestyle the four emcees, Fast Cash Boyz, experience, while the DMac Too Bangin-helmed production serves as a bedrock of the Memphis sound. Their collaborative efforts and lead single, “CASH WALK” delivers a highly-anticipated foray into a new billow of sound of the groups intentions.
about the collaboration and burgeoning movement in Memphis, Fast Cash Boyz
explained, “After “Love Doctor” was well received by our fans, we knew
that FCB on a DMac track was special. Consequently, he sent us another
pack of beats and we all wrote and recorded them. Magic again! Money
wrote him on twitter complimenting the beats. DMac responded with the
phrase that has us here today, “Need to drop FCB Too Bangin asap”.”
and cinematic video plays into the songs catchy vibe as the four young emcees
coast from bar to bar. The unique synergy of their sound marred alongside monochromatic
yet endearing visuals is simply engaging.
Hustle Gang’s own, Tokyo Jetz, has been on fire this summer releasing hit single “No Problem” which has garnered over 5-million streams across all platforms. Keeping up this momentum, Tokyo surprised fans with the cover art and track-listing to her upcoming album, Bonafide, set to release October 2nd, 2018. This project will have features from top artists including – T.I., Trey Songz, Trina, Kash Doll and more.
Tokyo also took to Instagram to announce that she will be joining rap star Kevin Gates on his Luca Brasi 3 tour, kicking off October 2nd in Austin, TX.
Memphis native, Durt Boi drops off another visual, “On God.” The track, “On God” is Durt Boi’s remixed version of Joe Gifted’s hit record, “Water” record. “On God” is a record that has a catchy hook with smooth lyrics and definitely will leave fans wanting more. The Moe Nunley directed visual to “On God” is a tribute dedicated to Durt Boi’s late mother. which was shot and directed by Moe Nunley! Check out the music video on YouTube today and stream “On God” on Soundcloud today.
Durt Boi first discovered his love for music while serving in the United States Military in Iraq. Scribbling rhymes in a tattered notebook, the artist was setting down the first lines of what would soon launch his musical career. Riverside Beginnings Hailing from the tough streets of the Riverside community in South Memphis, Durt Boi has overcome many hardships over the years, all of which have shaped him as the artist he is today. Since his homecoming from Iraq, he has dedicated himself to his music and produced numerous singles and viral music videos, including his recent single “Supa Soakar“. Durt Boi has worked with major acts such as Too Short, Devin The Dude, Playa Fly, 8Ball&MJG, and Young Buck. Thus far the rapper has performed primarily in his hometown and in the Northwest but is continually reaching out and debuting at more clubs across the country.
There are very few arts that come along and have a rarity that can be unmatched. Anderson Alley has reinvented his sound gaining a new audience from his content to his songwriting. Previously an implied country musician, Anderson is back to tell his truth and address the naysayers of society and self-image with new video “High On Fashion.” Check it out & let me know what you think, I would love to get some press on this visual as well as your feedback.
From barrels of the country to a new found sound, Anderson Alley is creating a new lane of alternative RnB with an influence of hip-hop with new video “High On Fashion.” Filmed on a set, the one angle scene forces you to focus on Anderson and his various perspectives of fashion while conveying a strong social message about the pressures of fitting in. From the ego to self-image, Anderson demonstrates the layers of what many do for acceptance in this visual. Sending a strong message to his fans and the world, High on Fashion is just one of the many levels for the songwriter & musician.
LoneMoon first got their start on Soundcloud in 2013 with music inspired by the electronic sounds of Deadmau5 and Madeon. Gospel, 80’s pop music, smooth jazz and classical music from the radio was the environment from which the first tracks surfaced. The beautiful cherry blossom trees of Atsugi, Japan and the desert landscapes of Albuquerque, New Mexico, also surrounded Moon’s origins. Typically, the beginnings of LoneMoon music were characterized by an orchestral arrangement, a piano piece, or music inspired by video games such as the Sonic and Nintendo games.
Moon’s sound soon evolved into heavy electronic themes and it sparked a collaboration with bass artist Chime. Moon then continued to progress into the electronic realm with their remix of Greyson Chance’s track “Hit & Run,” and their collaboration with Atura on “I Promise” was the lead single from the album whereisluna; which became a hallmark in the progression of the LoneMoon sound. After, LoneMoon branched off to hip-hop, adding an EDM flavor to many tracks.
In Oklahoma, LoneMoon built their musical presence by playing the Backwoods Music Festival 2016, and opening for Yung Pinch in 2018. After releasing Apollo 18 in 2016 to a relatively quiet response, LoneMoon released Forgiveness, a compilation of music released in the years of 2015-2017. “Fall” would be showcased as the lead single off the album and it garnered a massive response on Soundcloud. Next up was their funky, yet smooth collaboration with Who Came After & Neila, “Need U”, which was released on Night Owl Collective in 2018.
Furthering their momentum, LoneMoon is back with their forthcoming new project, Better Luck Next Time, which will be released on 10-19-18. The concept of Better Luck Next Time is to present an illustration of the death of a part of my artistry/myself as a person” LoneMoon stated. “It’s a testament to leaving parts of me behind that publicly “defined” me in the past- whether or not those attributes given to me by others were true to me or not. Better Luck Next Time is (I believe) my first completely self-produced venture; so it’s an extremely liberating point in my career. I’m ready to take my sound where I want it to go. The artwork depicts my previous public image dying and my previous self; soon to be replaced by the future. I hope that the people that hear this project stick around to experience it.”
Today, LoneMoon released the first single and visual from Better Luck Next Time with “Back To It” which was premiered by HipHopDx. An especially appealing visual artist, the “Back To It” visual was written by the main character Ace Blackberry. “We set out to entertain others. That’s something I’ve struggled with all my life” LoneMoon candidly admits. “I feel like I’ve pretended to be someone other than myself for a long time; it was just so other people would accept me. I traveled to a small town in Iowa to shoot the video, slept in my car for a week in freezing weather to get all of the footage—and it was an amazing experience. “Back To It” is about staying on track and not giving up, not falling for any temptations- like hurting myself to entertain others, or pretending to be someone else in order to please or satisfy those around you.”
LoneMoon’s one wish is to share their art everywhere under our earth’s beautiful satellite… soon to crash-land in Los Angeles. Better Luck Next Time will impact on 10-19-2018
Mike G Doe is an American rap recording artist and songwriter. Born Michael Battle on November 21, 1990, in Saginaw, Michigan Mike G Doe is best known on the Atlanta trap rap music scene. A self-proclaimed solid guy, Mike received notice when he dropped his debut single, “Smoked Out Wraith” (2018) and his collaboration with MoneyBagg Yo “Traumatized” (2017). It is also his recent remix of “Who Run It” that is garnering major YouTube views.