Indica Wave Releases ‘Infrared Beamin’ Single + Video

‘Infrared Beamin’ is a carefree melodic hip hop track produced by Wavyboyjodii mixed and mastered by MixedByTreez. The song is about taking your shot when the odds seem against you, flipping any situation you’re presented to your advantage, as well as detoxing the negative energies that get in the way of your own greatness. Highlighting the “climb” from the bottom to the top, things aren’t always pretty but the journey is worth the outcome. 

The Video directed by Queens natives Indica Wave & Tiffany Galicia is a homage to the essence of Hip Hop and the borough that is home to the likes of Nas, Mobb Deep, Noreaga, Kool G Rap, Black Sheep, etc. “The video incorporates gritty imagery accenting the old skool essence of Hip Hop, straight outta the city of Queens.” – Indica WaveWatch + listen to ‘Infrared Beamin’ below! 


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TikTok star Addison Grace shares “I Wanna Be A Boy” and finds home in their body through songwriting

Salt Lake City-based musician and TikTok star, Addison Grace, announces the release of “I Wanna Be A Boy,” a fan-favorite song that’s now getting a proper single release. The act of writing this song led Addison Grace to discover their pronouns – he/they – and come home to themselves in a way that provided freedom, comfort and genuine love. As he sings “I guess I wanna be a boy,” the realization that they are a boy overcomes his heart and powerfully makes the heartfelt message impossible to ignore.

Extended Trailer: ‘My Killer Body with K.Michelle’ on Lifetime

As one of the very first celebrities to come forward with her personal health struggles after silicone injections nearly took her life, R&B chart-topper K. Michelle will help men and women desperate to correct plastic surgery procedures and get their lives back in “My Killer Body with K. Michelle.” With the number of cosmetic surgeries on the rise and an alarming number of these procedures resulting in post-surgery suffering and trauma, each episode will follow two patients who desperately need help as well as K. Michelle’s ongoing personal story.

My Killer Body with K. Michelle is produced by Jesse Collins Entertainment and Kingdom Reign Entertainment and executive produced by Kimberly Pate. Jesse Collins and Dionne Harmon executive produce for Jesse Collins Entertainment. Carlos King and Scott Shatsky executive produce for Kingdom Reign Entertainment. Brandon Wilson and Patrick McCabe also serve as executive producers. Brie Miranda Bryant and Kimberly Chessler serve as executive producers for Lifetime.

XXXTENTACION’s “vice city” Coming To All DSPs This Friday

To Jahseh’s Supporters Across The World:

We continue to be amazed at the love and support that X’s fans show on a daily basis. We know how much his music means to all of you, and his impact continues to be as powerful as it’s ever been. 

It is important to us to continue to honor Jah’s legacy, and in that spirit we are planning an exciting 2022. One of our first initiatives is to get as much of X’s music from his earliest days as an artist up on all DSPs. We have been working diligently to clear as much of it as possible, and we are excited to announce our first release this Friday with “vice city” hitting all streaming services for the first time. We will continue to release music as we clear it, and are making sure we do it in a way that stays true to how X released each song originally. 

Visit now to sign up and stay up to date with X-related news, and be the first to be notified as the site evolves. Follow @makeouthill on Twitter for more updates. 

Beyond the music, we know X’s fans have been waiting patiently for the documentary and we will be sharing updates on it soon. 

Thank you again for your support and for continuing to honor and celebrate the life of Jah. 

The Estate of Jahseh Onfroy, aka XXXTENTACION

Yung Swerv Asks Important Questions On “Friend Or Foe”

Yung Swerv has the Chicago music scene in a chokehold. He’s so young, but he has promise. His newest visual for “Friend or Foe” is the latest visual from his latest EP, Stormy Nights. The independent creative is doing big-time numbers this time around. His project peaked in the top 10 on iTunes Hip-Hop/Rap albums list. This is no surprise because Swerv has received major co-signs, including Adam 22 and his team at No JumperThe CEO of Mudd Bruddaz  Empireis seeing a lot of interest from labels, and he can’t even legally toast champagne to his successes yet. He’s seen a lot as a young man, and he pours out his experiences in every song he makes.

The Windy City is known for some of music’s biggest rap stars. His music has the same melodic pain that made rappers like Polo GLil Durk, and A Boogie With Da Hoodie global superstars. His “Friend Or Foe” visual is a gloomy visual that pairs well perfectly with the intro track. The Kaybee Visuals-directed mini-movie is simple yet, exciting. The interesting edits keep the viewers engaged. Yung Swerv has been through every emotion. His new video shows he’s questioning if those around him deserve to come with him on his road to riches. Not much will stop him from becoming a staple in today’s rap landscape. Furthermore, it’s a matter of if and not when?

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Ceasar Christian’s “Like” Music Video Featuring Renny + Angie Castillo

St. Petersburg, Florida’s very own Ceasar Christian releases his new music video “Like” on hip-hop platform World Star Hip Hop. The visual is a mini-movie and it is Christian’s first release of 2022! Renny and Angie Castillo who are best known for their viral social media presence are also in the official music video. This is another hit from the Two Five Records rapper.

Lola Young Shares New Single, “So Sorry”

She’s one of VEVO’s DSCVR Artists to Watch 2022, an Amazon Next Breakthrough Artist, a BRITs “Rising Star” Award nominee and one of the five artists shortlisted on the “BBC “Sound Of 2022” poll. Yet – on her new single, “So Sorry” – 21-year-old Lola Young confesses she still sometimes feels insecure. Produced by Oscar, GRAMMY® and BRIT award winner Paul Epworth, the upbeat track finds Young at her sharp-tongued best, accompanied by glistening strings and a driving rhythm section. Listen to “So Sorry,” which launched earlier today as BBC Radio 1’s “Hottest Record,” HERE.

PRE’s Kenny Muney Remembers His Mentor in “Role Model” Video

Young Dolph hand-picked the roster of his label Paper Route Empire, selecting artists who shared his work ethic, hunger, and love for the art of rhyming. Even before signing to PRE, Kenny Muney had a special relationship with Dolph, who plucked him out of the Memphis streets and gave him hope, guidance, and an opportunity to become a successful rapper. Today, shortly after the release of Paper Route Empire Presents: Long Live Dolph, Kenny shares the video for “Role Model.” Adorned with lush harmonies and a heartbreaking, earnest feel, “Role Model” finds Kenny baring his soul, the South Memphis native audibly emotional when he mourns Dolph with equal parts grief and gratitude for the time they spent together: “You ever lost a part of your heart and can’t nothing soothe it?/Have you ever been sad at the ending of a good movie?”

The video for “Role Model” opens with a clip of Dolph in an interview, discussing his plans for the future of PRE to be much grander than its founder, before giving a shoutout to his latest signee, Kenny Muney.

Buy/Stream Paper Route Empire Presents: Long Live Dolph

Yella Beezy Releases New Track “Talk My Sh*t”

After garnering millions of streams and earning multiple Gold-selling singles, Texas-raised rap phenomenon and visionary Yella Beezy reveals his empowering new track “Talk My Shit” via his freshly inked label partnership with Asylum Records.

Dripping with unwavering self-confidence, “Talk My Shit” is an unapologetic anthem about recognizing your worth. The track opens with a rousing, drum-heavy production courtesy of frequent collaborator Keise On Da Track. Directed by Leff, the accompanying visual features cameos from Funny Marco and Sukihana.

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