DMV native Courtney B is surely a natural vocalist, having her knack for singing allow her to perform at such venues as Carnegie Hall, The Kennedy Center, The Howard Theater and more. Aside from singing background vocals for the great Lalah Hathaway, the R&B songstress also released her debut single “I’ve Been Waiting” in December of 2015 and her EP #Boss in April of 2016. Today, she unveils the Champion Studio directed visual for her single “Boss.”
Where in the hell has Lady Luck been??? Well in her own words, “Celebrity Purgatory” and that’s all set to change for the New Jersey MC and former Def Jam artist. As Luck adds the finishing touches to her full length album titled ‘She God’, she wets our appetites with a newly released EP called ‘The Face Lift’. The theme of the project is Luck removing her mask and showcasing different sides to her personality not yet heard before in her music. 2017 is set to be a busy year for Lady Luck, be sure to keep a eye out for her and her Family on their new Bravo TV Show ‘First Family of Hip Hop’ airing every Sunday @ 9pm right after The Real Housewives of Atlanta.
The Demon$ are a Hip Hop Duo from the northern section of Philadelphia that is on the rise. They’re music showcase they’re hellish flows, dope beat selection, Vicious rhyme schemes.Growing up in the North Philadelphia area with inspirations from native groups Ram Squad, Major Figgas , & State Property The Demon$ have still managed to bring their own style to Hip hop while paying homage to those that paved the way.
Atlanta artist YUNG BANS recently released his running track “MoneySoLong” produced by StupidXool featuring the same animated styles featured in his video for Like Wow. Showing off his abilities to run up bands, and flexs the fact that he is a skinny boy whose just tryna eat it’s true to see how Bans can be viewed as Atlanta’s hidden gem. The only regret you’ll be left with after watching this is that you didn’t see it sooner. Watch YUNG BANS video below.
Roxbury, Massachusetts native, Vintage Lee, shares her catchy new track, “Jib & Jab,” to start the weekend off with a kick & a punch. Produced by Tee-WaTT, “Jib & Jab” reintroduces the young artist after making waves in 2016 with “Hennythings Possible” and “PiMP Like Me.” Vintage Lee is wrapping up her debut project, PIMP, due out later this year.
Bronx native Cardo Liberace looks to make a name for himself in 2017. Cardo kicks off the new year right with a new hit titled, “Banger”. The new record features assistance from Rich The Kid, currently one of Atlantas rising stars. The new offering is a catchy single all the way down to the production, with a vibe heavy hook and some solid verses from both artists. Be on the lookout for more from Cardo.
Cardo Liberace currently has a dance off giveaway for anyone that feels they have the best dance for his video. $500 goes to the winner each week with the best video. Instagram sensation @HannyMT kicked off the contest last week!