VA artist Tokyo Trendz, links up with his fellow VA artist Miah Travis, & producer Devyn Young, for his newest track, “Over.”
As producer, Devyn Young, has perfected the sound by cleverly mixing hip hop and electronic beats for an uptempo instrumental, Tokyo and Miah Travis trade off catchy rhymes for this introspective track.
Check out, “Over,” below and more of Tokyo Trendz via SoundCloud.
Making efforts to put Delaware on the map, Relay & Juan Giovanni join forces to release their new project “Varieta Fasl.” The tape is a cohesive blend of both old and new school hip-hop featuring production from rising producer D-Major a.k.a. James Major, better known for his production work on the buzzing single by Dyme-A-Duzin and Fabolous “That Chicken.” Stay tuned for more releases to come from Relay & Juan Giovanni.
MAJOR KEY ALERT; Dmo takes on Dreamville’s very own Jermaine with his rendition of “Jermaine’s Interlude” off of DJ Khaled’s Major Key album. “Dwayne’s Interlude” is pure rap, a journey from life’s issues to knowing when it’s time to pursue your dreams. Something to keep the pot stirring while the “Roofless, CA” album is soon to come.
Atlanta natives KasFlow has been under the radar for about 4 years now working with some of the worlds best independent artist. Now, he’s ready to make his mark on the game, if not already. Kas’s unorthodox song making makes him unpredictable.
Fort Myers, FL artist FLA-Amazin delivers his latest single, “No Time.” FLA-Amazin gives listeners the perfect record as summer peaks. On this cut, the Florida upstart supplies a lyrical liberation that is one of storytelling, introspection, and pure grind mode. Crafting together electronic R&B vocals, catchy librettos, and xylophonic-like instrumentation, the JR Hitmakter-produced tune is club-ready but also solid for late night summer cruises in the whip.
Ohana Bam drops new music, getting production from D Phelps and Jabari Rayford, for a uplifting anthemic track. Don’t underestimate him, he just might “Blow Your Mind”.
“This song was produced & written in one night by D. Phelps & I in the basement of his home in Chicago. We’ve always imagined our music being played & performed in stadiums so that’s what we aimed for with this one. I wanted to bring a crazy motivational energy that not only motivates me but others as well. “Blow Your Mind” is the perfect explanation for what we plan to do.”
You may know RUFFMERCY’s unique animation styles from his work with ScHoolboy Q, Young Thug, and Run The Jewels.
Compounding the talents of in-house creative director Bronze, a triple-threat rapper, designer, and producer whose credits include records for Brandy, Estelle, and Dido; with rappers’ rappers, Roshin and Arowbe; and former World DMC Champion DJ Dopey — Notes to SelfBBRC is formed.
Talent recognize talent. Notes to Self works with the likes of Rittz, Alchemist, Fashawn, De La Soul’s Maseo, Dilated Peoples, and the late Sean Price. Their previous two albums A Shot in the Dark and Target Market were respectively released by trusted gatekeepers, bbe and Decon.
BBRC has big plans for the near future. 3 mixtapes, 2 EPs, 1 LP, along with a line of New Era fitted caps and car club jackets can be expected in the next 12 months. A recent song, “Sliced Bread” is currently in regular rotation on commercial radio in Australia. Tour dates to be announced and their EP, “The Peach Pit Sessions” drops Oct 20.
Toronto artist Kavale, returns with a new single called “Flex” just in time for Caribana and of course summer. The song was released a few days ago. This track is produced by Arion Knight and Kavale. He is finishing up his project called “Carpe Diem”, which will be released in August.
Sergio Rockstar recruits his Jewish brethren AnoNami, blessing fans with a brand new mixtape titled ARTFORM, which is an acronym for “A Right To Really Obliterate Recognized Music.” In celebration of receiving his blue check verification on Facebook, the Minneapolis musician cooks up an 11-track offering in just one week’s span. Remixing Drake and Future’s entire What A Time To Be Alive tape, Sergio successfully mixes themes of spirituality with trap music—an inevitable hip-hop recipe. This project is a follow-up to his previous God Speed tape, which received unanimous positive reviews.