King Fiya Releases a Video for the Fan Favorite track “Ounces” Produced by Cartier C (twitter & IG @1cartierC) off his project Money Dreaming. The Video was shot by Kane Media Group and Mark The Canon Boy.
Shot in an abandoned rehab clinic King Fiya displays what it feels like to be abandoned by the ones who he trusted. Over Infectious production provided by longtime friend and collaborator Cartier C, King Fiya displays his versatility and ability to be his own feature.
Chi-town singer/songwriter Chanelle Tru returns with a new single titled “Complicated”, produced by Johnny Yayo. While Chanelle’s voice continues to carry her name throughout the south and midwest, she is currently working on building her music catalog, and providing new material for her listeners while she completes her new project. “Complicated” is available on all streaming platforms.
“Duality” is the first solo album from West Coast rapper/singer/songwriter Lana Shea. The album features production from Amp Live and Eligh, and a feature from UK rapper Lady Sanity. The project was mastered by Daddy Kev at Alpha Pup Records.
“This is my first solo album. I released two albums with my former group Luck & Lana Kill The Computer, a collaboration with Living Legends MC Luckyiam. I’ve toured and worked in the underground hiphop scene for years including writing and singing a hook on the Del & Amp Live album that recently came out. I’m ecstatic to finally be doing this solo work. I’ve spent the last year hiding in my dad’s basement in Oregon making this album. The only feature is UK rapper Lady Sanity on a feminist banger caller “Pretty Girls Like”. Amp Live produced “Us Too” which, in a few words, is a song about the “Me Too” movement. I’ve never tried to make feminist hiphop music, it’s just what comes out. But the Duality in this project is the conscious alongside the care-free. The singing and the rapping, the worry and the exaltation that is in me at all times.” – Lana Shea
If you are unfamiliar with DBM, then you probably are not from New Jersey. The wickedly knowledgeable lyricist emerged early in 2018 with the blue collar hip-hop anthem, “Slow Money”. The Youseesounds produced single highlights DBM’s commitment to achieving his goals of becoming a successful entrepreneur and respected rapper within the rap game. When asked about the song DBM said, “If there were a cult for entrepreneurs that were focused solely on their dreams coming true, this would be the song they chant before drinking Crow’s blood. [It is a] melodic look into the suffering of a man that refuses to let his dreams go.”
In the music video, DBM offers a visual interpretation of his obsession with expanding his estate, while pointing out that no one is immune to the pursuit of power, not even leaders of the church. DBM encourages viewers to keep an open mind. He says, “there’s never been a weirdo more charming.”
With a rabid “anti-mumble rap” fanbase, DBM is poised to expand his growing fanbase with thoughtful, honest lyricism.“Homie I done gave my life to this/ Pin me up on a cross like Christ for this/ I got the rent money in the alleyway rolling dice for this/ Never been afraid to get trife for this, damn near lost my wife for this/ Saw the receipts for my promo and got awfully pissed.” DBM pulls no punches with “Slow Money.” The single is candid and details the constant
sacrifices he’s made in pursuit of his goals.
He raps, “People signed up for my team and went missing/ Cuz the work I do to be king it don’t glisten.”