In an era where hate is lurking around every corner, nothing seems to be more cynical than synthetic support. Philly based producer turned recording artist, PromoBoi is no stranger to the concept and addresses it on his latest leak “Fake Luv.” With an affinity for lyricism and storytelling, PromoBoi has been making music for over a decade. Splitting his time between Miami and The City of Brotherly Love, the seasoned creative has had the opportunity to work with “Get Smoked” rapper Lil Mouse, Marques Houston, and Empire actor Yazz as well as PnB Rock, Mila J, and Tory Lanez. Following past distribution agreements with Slip N Slide and Interscope, PromoBoi has recently signed a new agreement with Kolbalt‘s recorded-music division AWAL in conjunction with the release of his new song. Stream the track below and expect it to hit all major DSP’s by the end of the week.
After a handful of visuals and quick-strike releases under her belt, T-Spazz is ready to make her mark with the audio debut of “Who’s Bad?.” A clever flip of Michael Jackson‘s “Wanna Be Startin Somethin” and “Bad,” the high energy track is perfect for the afternoon commute from work or pre-game party starter. Raised by a single mother in the Southeast region of the nation’s capital, she used hip-hop to escape the harsh reality of gangs, gun violence, and drugs lurking just outside her front door. What began as simply creating dance routines to popular songs on the radio quickly turned into full-blown performances that resulted in her winning a handful of local talent shows during her early teens. Now a full grown woman and mother herself, she’s poised to shoot her shot at rap superstardom!
Following his debut single, “Summer Love” featuring Taylor Bennett, BobbyXL has continued to build momentum and now teams up with buzzing New Jersey rapper Mir Fontane, for his latest offering, “All Alone.” Produced by BobbyXL, the two artists croon about loneliness and finding their own way in the industry.
“The song is about being lonely, but it also questions if you act the same while you are alone as you do when you’re not. Assuming that even if you do, you still feel the pressure of trying to fit the mold that someone wants for you…so ‘free your soul’ and be yourself,” BobbyXL shares with us.
Stream “All Alone” on Spotify below and support on iTunes (as well as other platforms) here.
Coining him as one of the newest emcees up next, Rell Cash is kicking down the industry door with his new mixtape “TRVPCVSH 2” bringing hard hitting bars and lyrics coupled with major production. From dropping jewels of the game to working in the trap, Rell Cash bring a fresh sound to hip hop with “Get Em Off”, recently covered on HHS1987. With a melodic flow and lyrics, he uses metaphors for the streets and new sounds, Rell Cash raps with bounce trap, 808 bass with the influence of early hip hop. Producers Dame D., MeloDroppin30, 84 Music & Kay GW have fused a street hood love story collided with Rell’s love of the game and busting moves. Listen to TRVPCVSH 2 and click the link to listen.
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Brooklyn-based trap/R&B artist today released his new single “Savage”, from his upcoming EP Stages. “Savage” is the first single off the record and sets the tone for what’s to come.
Jimi Noel brings an unpredictable harmonic sound to the R&B track, showcasing his distinctive vocal range. The track tackles the complexities of relationships and loyalty. Jimi says “Savage” is “based on a moment in time where you’ve been wrongfully treated with disloyalty and infidelity and all of the emotional damage leaves you scarred.”
“Savage” was co-produced by Jimi and his production partner, Lehkz. The track was mastered by KQuick (Fabulous, Bas), who as an an artist himself is signed to J.Cole’s label Dreamville.
Jimi Noel grew up listening to music by playing with his mother’s record player, which is where he heard a lot of the classics that would have an undeniable influence to his sound today. Like a lot of aspiring performers would “practice” his performances in the mirror. His music filled childhood would lay the foundations for his defined R&B sound.
Jimi was originally on the road to play professional basketball outside of the United States. Due to an injury he sustained from a car crash he got permanently sidelined. This somewhat traumatic experience motivated him to pursue his passion for music and dedicate his time to crafting and mastering his skills.
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