FLO Releases “Cardboard Box” Acoustic Video

London-based girl group FLO releases the acoustic video for their buzzing single “Cardboard Box.”

In the video, they showcase their love for honeyed harmonies and rich emotion, fusing the classic old school R&B they still obsess over.

Watch the official video for “Cardboard Box”: HERE

Brandon Lake’s New Single & Video ‘HELP’

GRAMMY® Award-winning artist and songwriter Brandon Lake releases his latest full-length album, HELP!, on May 13th, 2022. This timely collection of songs depicts Lake’s heart cry in the battle against depression, anxiety, loneliness, and other mental health struggles—acting as a declarative prayer amidst the processing of his personal emotions. Available now, is the EP’s lead single, “HELP.”

HELP features the voices of JUDAH, Chandler Moore, Amanda Cook, and his sons Blaise and Beau, this album is infused with the healing honey of raw honesty and authenticity—while serving as a resounding “me too” in response to anyone who is wrestling with thoughts that are not from God. Juxtaposing roars of declaration with songs that invite the heart into intimate worship, one of the messages carried out by this album is that perspective is everything. Whatever the devil meant for bad can be redeemed by the Lord for good. At a time when mental health is at an all-time low, Lake’s desire is to remind others that they’re not alone in their battles. There’s freedom and power behind the word, “help.”

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Drake producer Noah “40” Shebib shares new mini-doc “Toronto Rising” produced by Native Instruments

Grammy-award-winning producer Noah “40” Shebib has just appeared in a mini-documentary titled “Toronto Rising” produced by Native Instruments. The 14-minute doc was filmed in 40’s hometown of Toronto and intimately details the beginnings of his long-standing career, including how he found his initial love for hip-hop, the integral role the Toronto rap scene has played in his journey, the beginnings of his award-winning relationship with Drake, and the construction of their record label OVO.

Native Instruments and 40 collaborated on this project with director Alim Sabir to construct this mini-doc in hopes of inspiring the next generation of producers. 40 wanted to give up-and-coming producers insight into how important it is to be involved in local music scenes and how he was able to accomplish so much at a time when the only instrument he had to make beats was his laptop. “Toronto Rising” is an intimate look into the life of 40 from his perspective, showing viewers the landmark places and hallmark collaborators that made him the super-producer he is today. This documentary puts 40’s life on display like never before, from the iconic hip-hop, break-dancing, and graffiti hubs of his youth, to his Grandmother’s house where he had his first studio, and the pristine State Of The Art (SOTA) studios he’s built for himself today.

The mini-doc also features rare archival footage of 40’s come-up, including never-before-seen material of key milestones in his career. This intimate story is told with home videos of him discovering his love for the piano as a child, his tenure in the Toronto-based rap crew “Empire” in the late-90s, and the early days of his legendary partnership with Drake when they were putting together his debut album, So Far Gone“Toronto Rising” alsospeaks about 40’s ongoing battle with Multiple Sclerosis and how even in the face of adversity, he’s never lost his drive to create and wants to serve as an inspiration for others facing severe challenges to never lose hope and keep going.

Detroit Lyricist Courtney Bell Returns With New Single & Video “Introspection”

Courtney Bell, the lyrical Detroit rapper endorsed citywide, has returned with renewed sense of purpose, perspective, and vision on his latest single & video “Introspection”. After taking a brief hiatus from making music to focus on his mental health, community, & spiritual journey, Courtney lets listeners into the most intimate corners of his mind detailing the deep learning that occurred during his break and the extensive demons he fights on the daily. Over a subtle sample, jazzy drums, and waining keys, “Introspection” is a slow-burning confessional coupled with a lyrical exercise, showing the sheer ability & transparency that makes Courtney such a unique entity in today’s hip-hop landscape. The song encompasses the harrowing year Courtney Bell has had after tragically losing 13 people in his life to COVID, fiercely battling addiction, and even briefly losing his drive to make music. The visual for the track shows Courtney bouncing up-and-down the halls of a hospital draped in a medical gown, preaching about all of the heavy thoughts that occupy his brain and detailing the deep layers of his distinctive perspective.

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Joony Releases “Drifting In Tokyo” Music Video

Maryland’s own Joony (@joonyoftv) is “Drifting In Tokyo” in his visual. “Drifting In Tokyo” serves as his first official single off his forthcoming LP, Pretty In Black. The Fast and Furious-inspired clip shows the “Baby Joon” rapper swerving around the city while dripped in designer clothing. As always, Joony can be seen sharing screentime with beautiful women while they make donuts in an empty parking lot. 

The DMV-bred budding rap star has been making significant waves in the industry over the last few years. His impressive work ethic and consistent output have landed him support from many, including GRAMMY Award-nominated R&B superstar Brent Faiyaz. Moreover, his newest single comes on the heels of his highly anticipated performance at the Broccoli City Festival in Washington, DC. Joony will be sharing the stage with some of music’s biggest stars like Lil Durk, Summer Walker, and DMV legend Wale. 

Over the years, Joony has received acclaim from top outlets like Billboard, Lyrical Lemonade, and DJ Booth. With over 10 million streams collectively to date, the “Say My Name” rapper is showing no signs of slowing down. With Pretty In Black on the horizon, it is safe to say Joony is preparing for a big summer. Be sure to follow him on social media to stay updated on his next moves.

For now, watch Joony’s new cinematic visual for “Drifting In Tokyo,  executive produced by GRNDZRO Entertainment today!

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Eastsidebaby Tdot – ” I Feel Good (Official Video)” 

When we think of Eastsidebaby Tdot, we think Baton Rouge, Louisiana. When we think Eastsidebaby Tdot we think superstar status. So, when you think Eastsidebaby Tdot think, next up, on point, the future. Allow us to take you through the reason he is telling the world “I Feel Good”

Born and raised in East Baton Rouge Baker, Louisiana, 27-year-old Troy Eley Jr aka Eastsidebaby Tdot has been focused on the business of music early in his life. Overcoming the struggles in his life, which includes the loss of his mother to domestic violence. Tdot was able to take his pain and use it to fuel the music that became his professional career. What more motivation can you get than to honor the woman who gave birth to you.

 Lyrically he chooses his words wisely and his beat selection helps him take anything he is developing to higher levels on a consistent basis. Real life experiences, true stories and relatable topics are what give Eastsidebaby Tdot the advantage he needs to be on top of his craft. Teaming up with producer Trell it’s a Hit, they came up with the dope song “I Feel Good” where he is motivated, focused and on top of everything.

 Understanding the devils that also plague the music business, he understands he must keep his business straight and guard up. “I Feel Good” is the representation of that which is pushing him to becoming mainstream, headlining shows on the biggest stages.

To get even more tuned into his music stream the official video for “I Feel Good” on YouTube now.

Mello Cartier – KWYK [Video]

Mello Cartier has been making noise with his newest single & visual for “KWYK” (Know What You Know). The Waterbury, Connecticut native curates a vibe that anyone can relate to coming up in rough environments like Mello did in the city of Waterbury. As he rhymes over an up-tempo beat that was coincidently produced by the music video director Esbei2x. The visual depicts the different lights of his hometown, where on one side he‘s showing the fun, positive side where you’re in your comfort zone turning up with your day-ones, while on the other side conveying some of the risks you have to take to ensure your family doesn’t go without. The record is filled with relatable bars, a captivating hook, and a fiery beat. You can’t help but turn it up, hit play and repeat. Watch now!

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Matt B Pays Homage To His East African Roots In New Video “Losing You”

international R&B artist Matt B has released his new music video for “Losing You.” A re-release of his 2018 single, produced by GRAMMY-winning songwriter/producer Bryan-Michael Cox (Usher, Mariah Carey, Mary J Blige), the slow-burning yet cathartic track speaks to the internal and external conflicts someone faces when they lose the one they love and is accompanied by a stunning visual that pays homage to his East African roots. Directed by PhillyFlyBoy (The Game, T.I., Kevin Gates, Jacob Latimore), the video for “Losing You” transports viewers to a vast desert as Matt B searches for his love, but finds himself surrounded by a mirage of what once was.

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Prince Peezy & Lala Chanel Releases “Die 4 Me” Video

Prince Peezy & Lala Chanel are turning things up with their single “Die 4 Me.” The Florida artists paired up on the record curating a trippy vibe that gets you lit. The visual finds the duo riding through their city, and ready for anything that may go down. The pair goes bar for bar with relatable lyricism about riding for others, but when it comes down to it it’s not always reciprocated. As they rhyme over an up-tempo beat and speaker banging bass, you can’t help but turn the volume up and feel it. Watch now!

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