Singer/songwriter Jane Handcock is ready to finally answer the million dollar question her fans and friends have been asking with her new project Where’s Jane? The California native has had a successful career as both a songwriter (Kelly Rowland, Adrien Marcel) and artist. She dropped two solo mixtapes executive produced by Raphael Saadiq (Truth Be Told in 2015) and last year’s “Truth Explains A Lot” to critical acclaim, but had been quiet since. The appropriately titled Where’s Jane? is a four-track collection of the funky, upbeat and lyrical vibes people have come to expect of Jane, but with a progression perfected by her time away cooking up heat in the lab. The project is a nod to the culture, spearheaded and carried by Jane’s skills, with no features or collaborations other than the producers: 126, Nate Hendrix, Sir Dylan, Jaden Wiggins, BenG and KiddJupiter. The setup allows Jane to fully showcase the depth of her versatility as a singer and artist, fluidly mixing together genres like hip-hop, R&B and soul for a collection of music that make it clear Jane is right where she needs to be – here to stay.
Young Lyxx‘s & Dandee303 have been recently formed their new group Wifi Gang. To premiere the new international group and announcement of their new banger “Bike” featuring @DaBoyWay Produced by Bricks4$ale shows the major influence that trap music has reached around the world especially in asian market and working on bridging the gap with Lyxx & Wifigang being the new international pioneers from The US to Asia . This video was shot in Bangkok,Thailand where both feature artist Dandee303 & @DaBoyWay are native star rappers. This is just beginning of the Wifi Gang Movement and new project is coming sooner than you think.
Mentored by the likes of hip hop luminaries such as Yasiin Bey, Lupe Fiasco and Grammy winning producer Chad Hugo of The Neptunes, West Coast rapper Jallal is destined to become a forerunner in the realm of rap music. With his highly anticipated upcoming album Untold Truth, it’s apparent that Jallal is strategically positioned to reach the highest levels of success in the music business.
In the summer of 2017, Jallal dropped his mixtape Off The Radar to great acclaim. Off The Radar flaunted production from Chad Hugo as well as guest verses from a who’s who of Urban music: Yo Gotti, 2 Chainz, BJ The Chicago Kid, Ne-Yo, T-Pain and Lil Wayne. The accolades and featured posts poured in from celebrated media outlets, boosting his social media following to over 1 million fans on both Facebook and Instagram.
This track, “Sometimes I Think I’m Losing My Mind”, illustrates the highs and lows of the past year grinding as an independent artist, sacrificing relationships with others to stay dedicated to the grind all while trying to keep my sense of self intact.
“It’s an ill process / I’m sick enough to digest / cut the nonsense, now I’m bumpin’ up my prices”.
Milano looks to be one of the first female rappers to put her city “Long Beach, California” on the map. You don’t really hear about women succeeding in the Hip Hop world on the West Coast. That’s soon to change, due to this young creative star. Milano is definitely the hidden diamond in the dirt that’s getting ready to make the earth shake with her bars, clever wordplay, delivery, and lyrical content.
Recently she dropped her hot new single “Savages” on all digital platforms. Since the release, numerous people have given great feedback, and shared it amongst their peers. This record was created for all the ladies living in their power like bosses. Milano let’s it be known that she and her friends are about the bag. Don’t let the pretty looks fool you, it’s in their DNA fo hustle hard. I highly recommend you all go check out the track below. https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/savages/1424855163?i=1424855482
Oakland’s own Rayven Justice has been steadily carving out his own niche on the music scene for some time now. The singer/songwriter’s collaborations are proof positive that his talents are in demand. Migos, French Montana, Keyshia Cole, E-40 and a host of others have collab’d with the upstart. Fresh off his guest appearance on Mozzy’s “No Choice,” Rayven returns to quench the appetite of his fans with the unveiling of his latest visual for “Show You How,” featuring Los Angeles’ AD. The track appears on his most recent project “Wavy Justice 2” and in it, he shares the Bay Area style with an R&B touch. Check out the visual and be on the lookout for his forthcoming album with rap legend Too Short slated for release next month.
Hollywood, California based singer AZRA is riding high on the success of her single “Dimension” that was released earlier this Summer in July. Shortly after her release, AZRA followed up with a Lyric Video for “Dimension” that was premiered on the popular site Singers Room and was interviewed on Pop Dust.
Now AZRA continues to celebrate her success as VEVO recently premiered her debut music video for “Dimension” in August 13th opening the video up to over 3 million impressions! AZRA is also up for consideration for VEVO’s VEVO DSCVR as AZRA is set to introduce her debut music video with awesome cinematic filming and dance choreography. Check it out below:
Recording Artist, Henree “ReeMarkable” Wright, also known for being the daughter of the legendary gangster rapper Eazy E, celebrates her father’s birthday with a legendary, self-directed shoot.
ReeMarkable channeled a few well known shots of the rapper, including the infamous Hilton Hotel photo, originally shot by photographer Ricky Powell. ReeMarkable is one of the youngest of his daughters and is a spitting image of her father Eazy E. Not only does she look just like him, but she is gearing up to take her music career seriously. She says “I’m ready to carry the torch my daddy left behind for me! This is for you daddy, Happy Birthday!”
Eazy E would have been 54 .
ReeMarkable’s shoot and also the originals of Eazy E are intended to be released only on Friday September 7th 2018.