Bay Area Rap Group UglyFace Released Their Debut Project “The Good EP”

Bay Area rap group UglyFace released their debut project “The Good EP” today. This release follows the buzz Aaron Temple, Andre Mosley, Aric Jones, and Kevin Farpella collectively known as UglyFace have started in the Bay Area since their reformation during Covid-19 in 2020. Since re-forming UglyFace have hit the ground running with the release of singles Woke Up,” “Oxtails,” “GWEN,” & “The Coast,” “Pillow Talk”and “Ain’t For Sale” all of which will be on their debut project The Good EP.  UglyFace’s unique style has drawn comparisons to legendary groups like A Tribe Called Quest, and much like Tribe UglyFace doesn’t always feature every member on each track but in turn allows each artist the opportunity to champion their own songs adding in the other members when it organically works for the music.

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Ransom Releases New Project ‘No Rest For The Wicked’

If you’ve been paying attention for the last few years, the run Ransom is on has been quite remarkable.  One of the more technically skilled clinicians in the game, Ransom recites his raps with an eloquence that is virtually unparalleled.  Over the last two-years alone he has unleashed a slew of stellar solo and collaborative projects and guest appearances; Director’s Cut Scene 2 & 3Heavy Is The HeadSe7en and his collaborative project with Griselda’s Rome Streetz Coup De Grace, and features on project’s from Russ Chomp 2, Lloyd Banks The Course of the Inevitable, Benny The Butcher &38 Spesh’s Trust The Soprano’s, 38 Spesh’s Interstate 38, DJ Kay Slay’s (RIP)  Homage, Griselda’s Conflicted OST & Che Noir’s Food For Thought. 

This is the work of an essential emcee and artist coming into his own, while seeing his profile rise exponentially.  With his foot always on the gas and on the industry’s neck, Ransom is back with his new drop, No Rest For The Wicked, which Ransom confidently asserts is “album of the year, no debates.” 

No Rest For The Wicked features appearances and production from The Game, 38 Spesh, Nicholas Craven, and Willie The Kid. 

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BONES Links With grayera For New ‘Withered’ Project

Affirming his rap royalty status, BONES shares Withered, his new project. Created in collaboration with producer grayera, a fellow TeamSESH member who has connected with BONES in the past for fan favorite, “LooseScrew” ft. EddyBakerWithered finds BONES alternating between laid-back yet emotional anthems and commanding, verbally blunt bangers. The seamless production from grayera pairs perfectly with each track’s lyrics and ranges from tough 808’s all the way to guitar-led beats.

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CHI Speaks From The Soul On The ‘Married To The Game’ EP 

CHI is ready to settle down and commit to his role as one of the hottest R&B/Hip-Hop acts in Vancouver. Coming from Canada, there are so many fire artists. Chi seems to fit right in with the creative output of this new release. The Married To The Game EP shares the deepest parts of his soul. CHI draws heavy inspiration from Future, T-Pain, and musical legend Michael Jackson.  

The Ten Toes Down Music Group Inc managed artist is winning on his latest EP. It features production from WhoTFisEmanJB “Turn me up,” and Prodbytubby, while OfficialMdknght did the engineering, mix, and mastering. Although the EP is only six tracks, he gave each song his all.

80purppp Navigates Through Growing Pains & Heartbreak In New EP ‘If Anything’

Rising rapper and singer 80purppp muses on the changing nature of one’s identity and relationships in his new EP, ‘If Anything.’ A project of reflection, the 8-track collection finds 80purppp processing heartache and resentment while moving forward with a new sense of hope and mature self-awareness. The EP features focus track “Petty Lies,” which was written during the ending of a once healthy relationship turned toxic and speaks to yearning for clarity and closure.

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Detroit’s Jugg Harden Flexes His Muscle On ‘For The Gram’ EP

Motor City MC Jugg Harden is not letting his original Instagram being hacked stop his progression as a creative. His newest EP, For The Gram,features five records that clock in right at 10-minutes. Each record has a hard-hitting instrumental and boasts some of Jugg’s slickest lyrics. The Wealthy Brand signeehas been on fire for the last year. His mid-west fan base is growing with every single drop. His impressive performance at Detroit’s annual sold-out 313 Day show has set the scene for a big summer. After securing features from PeezyBabyface Ray, and Allstar JR,the Detroit rapper is a mainstay at every club in the region. Jugg Harden has received support from outlets like Lyrical Lemonade, Pitchfork, and many more outlets over the last year. The Westside representative will not stop until he reaches the top.

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Dante’ Harris & What Up 5 Tag Smoke DZA On ‘RED.eth’ EP

Dante’ Harris, aka Cryptony Soprano teamed up with Boosie Badazz-collaborator What Up 5 on their new EP, RED.ethThe rapper/producer duo has been creating music for years. Dante’ used to sleep in the studio when he worked with 5 in LA. Their bond grew a lot since he helped facilitate collaboration with Boosie and DJ Flipp for the fast-rising producer. This new EP is just the start of what is looking to be a large amount of content from the new duo. They share a passion for the bubbling crypto scene and will also be teaming up to drop some NFTs for the fans. 

RED.eth is six songs of heat with a lone feature from blog era legend Smoke DZA. Each record tells its own story but ties into the project’s central theme perfectly. “millionaire” shows both Harris & Smoke DZA going bar for bar on the 4/20-friendly instrumental. This collaboration was a full-circle moment for Harris because he has always respected DZA’s business acumen. If this project indicates what Harris & 5 have in the tuck, fans of both creatives are in luck.

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E Murda Releases New EP ‘Only Up’ & “Pure Pain” Video Feat Nems & 38 Spesh

E Murda rang in 2022 with a bang.  He finished up a 22-city tour with Benny The Butcher, put the finishing touches on an EP, and recorded new material with Benny, Rick Hyde, and OT The Real.  E Murda also locked in with 38 Spesh to knock out a song for his new EP, but also for a collaborative project that will be released later this year.

Now, E Murda’s new drop, Only Up, is now available at all DSP’s and to celebrate the release, he also released a visual for “Pure Pain,” which features NEMS (Bing Bong!!) and is produced by 38 Spesh. 


Tay Money Taps Saucy Santana, Flo Milli and More For Highly Anticipated Project, “Girls Gone Duh”

The rising Texas female rap artist, Tay Money, released her highly anticipated project, “Girls Gone Duh”. This 14-song collective continues to prove that she’s here to stay, as she takes listeners on a journey into her life, from country-girl to dynamic rapstress. Tay effortlessly rides the hypnotic beats with her melodic flow, making each song an anthem in its own right. Just last year, Tay Money received her first moment of mainstream success as she broke the internet with the viral hit record, “The Assignment”.

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Remaining Tour Dates:

April 24th Republic New Orleans New Orleans, LA

April 30th The Echo Lounge Dallas, TX

May 1st The Parish Austin, TX

May 5th Warehouse Live Houston, TX

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 Salome Bey’s Classic self-Titled Debut Album Gets ReReleased

The late jazz and blues icon Salome Bey gets her rare and classic self-titled debut album Salome Bey reissued, exactly 52 years after it first made waves and opened up the eyes and ears of the Canadian music industry. Bey, the American-born, Canadian singer-songwriter, composer, and actress who was affectionately known as “Canada’s First Lady of the Blues”, was both a GRAMMY and JUNO Award-nominated singer who sang with her iconic brother Andy and sister Geraldine as Andy & the Bey Sisters across the US, Europe and Canada, and recorded and released albums on the RCA Victor and Prestige record labels. The group was featured in the classic Chet Baker film Let’s Get Lost. After moving to Toronto in 1964 and playing the jazz club circuit, she became known as “Canada’s First Lady of the Blues”. A larger than life arts and culture figure whose music, artistic output and influence was felt across the world, in both music and theatre, her broad list of multi-disciplinary art achievements and accolades was unprecedented, and included two album projects with jazz legend Horace Silver; two Dora Mavor Moore awards for Indigo, a history of black music she conceived, wrote and starred in; a GRAMMY nomination for Best Cast Recording, with her castmates, in Broadway’s Tony Award–winning Your Arms Too Short to Box with God . 


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