New Jersey artist RNA Keyy released his latest visual entitled “Twisted”. Watch above and see how he quickly becomes your new favorite artist.
If you have your ear to the Atlanta music scene, then you know that Big-A Prado is a staple in the scene. Releasing songs with artists like Yung Ralph and Amy Luchiani has helped Prado stamp his name to become an Atlanta legend. Recently the artist has dropped his latest single entitled “T.O.T (That On That)” . In typical Big – A Prado fashion the single is full of bravado. Listen above and see what you think.
After suffering a few major losses in the past year, Atlanta artist Bleu Capone puts his pain into words. The artist releases his first solo project since 2019 entitled “Bleucifer 2″ which is the sequel to his 2019 project. He released his first single “XXX” a few weeks earlier to great buzz. The project is reminiscent of early trap music with nods to his fallen friends. Capone linked with some of Atlanta’s best rising stars for features including DG Russo, Cluu, Dre60, and Richey to place their finishing touches on the project. Listen above to”Bleucifer 2″.
From being a host for shows to making music that matters, Ms. Amarachi is one to watch. The bubbling talent from the DMV area with a special talent is back with a new project. After dropping single after single this year including “I See You Sis”, Amarachi drops her newest EP “The Skin I’m In”. The 4 track project might be one of the best of the year. Listen below and see what you think.
Jay Givenchy is clearly one of the fastest-rising independent rap stars out of Florida. With his melodic flow and vivid rap style, he’s sure to win over the hearts of all who hear his music. Born and raised in Broward County son of a Bahamian mom and Haitian father, Jay Givenchy had a rough path growing up in Pompano Beach in a single-parent home, his mother worked two jobs, and being the third of six children, young Jay Givenchy had a lot of time without parental supervision, so he had plenty of opportunities to get into all sorts of mischief. This free time in his hands led him into going in and out of jail from a young age and had him missing a lot of steps of normal development through adolescence into adult life. At age 19 after serving 4 years he made a promise to himself & his fans to never go back and work on his god-given musical talents.
Fast forward to now, he’s back with his first official EP “Worth The Wait”, ready to shake up the music scene and all streaming platforms. The Songs on the Ep give off a melancholic but, at the same time hopeful, type of vibe characterized by smooth vocals, trumpeting melodies, and witty wordplay; which plays a fundamental role in the perception of his EPas an open testament, and a promise to everyone who ever supported him, that it was all “Worth The Wait”. Jay Givenchy recently released a Promotional music video titled “Sh!T Straight” via Up The Charts hinting at a possible full-length project being released in 2021 and since then the fans have been patiently waiting for more music.
One of the most radiant new talents to arise from Queens, New York, Pasto Flocco is at the forefront of this generation’s new wave of talented rap artists. Flocco began his solo music career in 2018 after trying his hand at basketball. Although one of the highest-ranked middle school basketball players, he shifted gears and focused his energy on music. Drawing inspiration from the likes of Lil Uzi Vert, Famous Dex, and Migos, he’s been on an unstoppable run since the release of his first solo song, “Ball Hard,” and his breakout hit “Man Down,” which surpassed 2 million streams while being independent.
Since then, the rapper/producer released a three-track project, 3 Musketeers in 2019, followed by a bevy of mixtapes via SoundCloud. In 2020, he shared his debut album Dreams 2 Reality, spawning his viral single “Shawn M!,” which amassed over 5 million streams across DSPs and nearly 1 million YouTube views. Now with his momentum at an all-time high, Pasto Flocco unveils the official music video for “R2” featuring Brooklyn Drill maestro 22Gz. The high-octane collaboration unites two of the most innovative young voices originating from New York.
“R2,” co-produced by Pasto and J6, showcases a different style from the rising phenom. Known for his melodic musings, Pasto levels up on the hard-hitting track with defiant bars aimed directly at his naysayers. “When I became successful the people I used to fu*k with started moving shady and didn’t wanna speak to me,” says Pasto on his unapologetic new anthem. “Their jealousy fueled me and this song is about me flexin’ on them. G.O.A.T. of New York type sh*t.”