Fulicatra Is Emerging As A Social Media & Music Star

It may take years for some people to first understand what their heart seeks and then make pertinent efforts in going ahead in their quest to make it huge in their chosen industries. Today, to enter any field with the aim to make a unique space is not a walk in the park.

People sometimes, have to fight tooth and nail to win their battles alone in their respective fields and may have to face many struggles and challenges on their path. Amidst all this, it is very easy to lose hope and give up halfway. However, Evandas Laukys, a musical artist, popularly known by his stage name Fulicatra believes that if one works with a set goal in mind and knows what she/he wants to attain in life, nothing or nobody can stop them.

It is this determination that Evandas Laukys himself showed when it came to creating his career as a musical artist. Ever since he was a child, he saw himself getting attracted the most to music. Since then, this kid has grown up to be a more dedicated and committed professional to the field, aiming to take the music world by storm and make a name for himself worldwide as a well-known artist.

Evandas Laukys is a young talent in music and has also shown his prowess and passion for social media with his content that easily goes viral. Fulicatra says that he mostly makes musical content as he is an artist, but his other entertaining videos on reactions and spoof celebrities have also earned him great recognition and engagement with the audiences.

Today, his platform breathes 550K followers with 11K likes and this proves the creativity and madness that Evandas Laukys has shown for creating unique content.

Talking about his creative process, Evandas Laukys says that things come up in his mind and he just goes ahead to create something out of it. He doesn’t believe in overthinking and the kind of momentum he has garnered in such a short period can also be attributed to his talent in making perfect loop videos or posts, which may take some time, but are created with no editing, no faking and being as natural and funny as possible with each of his content.

Besides his passion for music, Evandas Laukys likes to play American football and hockey; however, his ultimate goal is to become the number 1 artist across the world. His entry into the social media world was also because he aimed to influence people and draw more engagement and traction for his content. Evandas Laukys also says that people today love him for his hip hop and rap songs because of his accent and the true nature for music.

He wants to further grow his channel by posting more entertaining and interesting content, making videos on him playing the piano or a guitar. Evandas Laukys also is thrilled as he has to his credit some viral videos, which has gained him much more recognition and name.

Washington State Native J-Key Unlashes ‘Crazy’ Music Video

West Coast up-and-comer J-Key channels his inner psychopath in his latest visual, «Crazy», a performance of a kind of iconic street movie «Juice».

Attributing all female problems, loyalty problems and his attempts to avoid the daily jealousy in his hometown of Everett Washington to his mental decline as the supportive visuals become ever darker.

J-Key reaches the breaking point from which there is no return… The perfectly frightening backdrop to untangle Key is provided by the talented consulting work of Mario Luciano.

J-Key initially drew national attention as a collaborator of Nipsey Hustle, and then recorded with Tre Ross and Glasses Malone. Now, with the wildest year in history recorded in our collective rearrangement, J-Key is looking to pursue its upward momentum.

Watch “Crazy” up above and hit J-Key on IG.

#BeforeTheFame|TruCarr Talks Signing To 100 Ent., Support From Blueface & More

A name tells you a lot about a person. For rising rapper TruCarr, his moniker speaks to his persona and his family. “I started off like I wasn’t going to tell anybody any fake shit,” explains the Watts, California rapper, whose visibility exploded thanks to his street record “Outside.”

As the latest signee to Wack 100’s 100 Ent. and eOne (also home to The Game and Blueface), TruCarr is one of rap’s most distinctive new voices. He hails from Southern California and has that LA swag, but he’s got a bit of a Southern twang to his tone. That’s because his mother and grandmother are from Louisiana, and his father is from Michigan. It all adds up to a remarkably distinctive talent unlike one rap has ever seen.

TruCarr’s passion and personality shines on his pounding new single “Up Wit It.” Here, he delivers an impassioned anthem for his hometown, shouting its name throughout the high-energy track. “I did it to turn the city up, to get the city some recognition,” TruCarr reveals. “There’s people from our city that’s on, like Jay Rock. Shout out to TDE. But I want to bring more to the city. Like people know Compton, I want them to know Watts.”

As TruCarr records material at a furious pace, he’s got his eye set on his debut project, Based On A Tru Story. Like many things with the wise-beyond-his-years artist, the meaning of the title is straight-forward. “I’m going to keep it 100 and I’m talking about my life, so it’s Based On A Tru Story,” he says. “It’s me and my name’s Tru, so it just fit.”

Watch the full TruCarr interview below.

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Papa Black Davinci: ‘Wrong ID’ Ft. Kokane

Papa Black Davinci releases “Wrong Idea” on all streaming platforms, January 26, 2021.

The single is an ode to veteran West Coast rappers Snoop Dogg, Kokane, and the late Bad Azz. He says, “I’m bringing that organic West Coast flavor back!”

An artist by trade, Davinci also has roots in promotion and management. The Seattle, WA native both collaborated with – and brought commercial talent Jim Jones and Freekey Zekey of (Dipset), Kevin Gates, YG, Nipsey Hustle and Lil Baby among others, to his city to perform. He also co-hosted a show with Cardi B.

The motivation behind the single was a complete stranger: “I was at the studio and a woman walked by smoking a cigarette and heard the instrumental. She said, ‘You should do something with that.'”

Davinci has turned his experience of trial and tribulation into music. His message for listeners worldwide is to transform struggle into success, by combining hard work, passion, patience and persistence.

“A lot of artists talk about what they’ve been through. I survived and overcame the struggle.” He added, “If you can afford it, drop music.”

Black Davinci is a seasoned recording artist and entrepreneur with deep hip-hop roots in various national markets. He is a verified artist on music streaming platforms. On YouTube, his videos have amassed more than 1,000,000 combined views. On Spotify, Davinci has garnered 400,000 streams from listeners in the U.S. and Europe.

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#BeforeTheFame|Lil Zay Osama Talks New Project, Meek Mill Co-Sign & More!

Lil Zay Osama continues to ascend with consistent growth, potent music and compelling visuals, generating over 178 million cumulative streams and support from XXL, Rolling Stone, Billboard, Complex and more. The Chicago phenomenon unveiled his debut project Hood Bible in 2019 via Warner Records, which features Lil Durk, Lil Tjay and the late Marlo.

Lil Zay Osama paved the way for the 14-track Hood Bible collection with his breakout smash “Changed Up” in 2018 and his “Trencherous” remix [feat. Lil Durk] in 2019. Since then, he’s released a plethora of videos and songs, including “BMW,” “Soul Cry” and “Ballin Dese Bitches.” While his trajectory is quickly rising, Zay is poised to take his career to new heights.

Preparing his forthcoming project set for release at the top of 2021, Zay continues to make a major impact with his potent melodies and dramatic stories of pain and triumph.

Watch the full Lil Zay Osama interview below.

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Get To Know Rising Louisiana Artist, 38 Goblin

Christopher Flores, recognized under stage name 38 Goblin, from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, is an American-based rapper using his image to diversify the music industry at large. Known for his mind blowing eye-contacts and colored hair. Some say he is the oddest rapper in the area.

He differs from others, mainly by his style and outrageous music videos. As a kid, 38 Goblin always wanted to be a rapper. Influenced by his older brother and older cousins, he found a passion for music. Also, finding inspiration for artists such as SPM known as South Park Mexican. Boosie, Lincoln Park, Evanescence and Eminem. He still appreciates their hard work to this day.

38 Goblin did not have life so easy growing up. His mother and father separated for some time when he was younger. Therefore, causing tension between them all and leading him to hide his emotions from them. He felt alone and tells us music was his best escape from his everyday life. Music is so important because people listen and understand him. In 2011, Goblin was in the home of a family member when SWAT raided the home. He was a teenager when the event took place and ever since he has had a different outlook on law enforcement because of the heinous things done to him.

Later stating, “it seemed like they all wanted to lock me up. They made fake reports. I got harassed every other day, there was no way around it.” 
Being a musician, there’s always people in disagreement with what’s said and whatnot. All of his close friends are deceased or locked up serving life. The few he thought of as friends remaining free are disloyal and causing harm in any way possible. Leading to him putting out his song titled “Hating.” You can hear the anger, the frustration and the pain on his track.

In addition, the music video is out on YouTube, which he directed along with many others. 38 Goblin has multiple other singles out. He’s working on a mix tape called “Don’t Cry” with one song from the tape being out titled after the mix tape. He is setting the music video to release and a new single titled “Let It Go” coming out October 31, 2020.

38 Goblin wants to make a difference in the industry. He wants to prove anyone can achieve their dreams. No matter how hard your situation is. “Stay positive, Chase your dream or it will always be a dream,” he says. In 5 years, 38 goblin sees himself making hits being played throughout world. Although the money will be nice, he wants to prove to himself; he made it, and he trusted himself throughout his journey. 

In conclusion he states, “The key isn’t to live forever, but create something that does. My Music shall live forever..” He would like you all to know “To whoever is reading this, I pray and believe you will succeed in life; never let evil destroy you or bring you down. I never, ever thought I would make it this far. Continue to be positive, stay strong and may God bless you in this life and the after.”

Slumlord Trill & Nfant Takeover Hollywood In “Red Bucks Blan” Video

Los Angeles rappers Slumlord Trill and Nfant released their collaborative mixtape 2 Trill Not to Keep Have My Glock Inna Slums mixtape last week and have returned with the visual for the Lowthegreat-produced track “Red Bucks Blan.”

Shot and edited by director Jef Ross, the visual for “Red Bucks Blan” follows the pair of West LA-bred rappers and their crews on a night time stroll through the deserted Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Slumlord Trill celebrated the release of the mixtape and visual, and also announced the sale a limited run of hard copies of the project, in an Instagram post on Thursday (August 6.)

“2 of the greatest coming out of LA right now came together and dropped a classic….you won’t see nothing like this again, I promise,” he bagan.

TAP IN & grab your hard copy while you can… 50$…..limited edition. NO MORE WILL BE PRESSED UP.”

Watch the full video for “Red Bucks Blan” below and additionally stream 2 Trill to Not Keep My Glock Inna The Slums mixtape, as well.

Zaytoven & Tiffany Bleu Deliver In-Studio Video For “Realize”

Atlanta-bred songstress Tiffany Bleu is back with her first single in two-years and it’s produced by her longtime collaborator Zaytoven.

In their first link-up since Zaytoven’s 2017 Zaytown Sorority, Vol. 2 mixtape the pair deliver “Realize,” a classic R&B lover’s anthem highlighting Bleu’s angelic vocal range.

In addition to the audio single, Bleu drops off the visual for the track that depicts a studio session highjacked by the singer’s eager friends, and eventually her boo thang.

Though “Realize” is the first solo release from the singer since her 2018 project Outta The Bleu, the Familiar Territory Records artist assured fans she is readying a new body of work in an Instagram post on Tuesday (August 4).

The “Lick It” singer wrote in part, “I know y’all been patiently, well, impatiently waiting on the new project, but fr #ITSDEEPERTHAN what y’all can see….I’m puttin WERK in.”

Watch the video for “Realize” below and additionally revisit Tiffany Bleu’s Outta The Bleu mixtape.

1500 Sound Academy: Is Educating The Masses Thru Music

1500 Sound Academy has landed: two state of the art classrooms, equipped with a recording studio with mini stage, four sleek training rooms adorned with impressive cultural memorabilia, a lobby with futuristic design principles, and creative spaces provided by legendary brands Fender and Roland. Welcome to 1500 Sound Academy, LLC, a subsidiary of Volume Ventures- an independent multi-faceted entertainment company that provides comprehensive music & video production, publishing, and education services to aspiring and established recording artists, songwriters, musicians & music videographers. 

If you guessed this immaculately arranged space to be an A-lister’s ultimate home studio, you would only be half correct. It is home to a vision of creating better, smarter music, and industry professionals. Larrance Dopson and James Fauntleroy II, the artist and producers behind it, alongside Orange County-based business incubator Twila True, have opened it to a new generation of artists (some as young as eight!), producers, engineers, and other creators determined to think far outside the textbook.

The Inglewood, CA-based 1500 Sound Academy, a private non-degree-granting institution, has been in operation since June 2019. For this groundbreaking institution, Dopson and Fauntleroy have curated an adept faculty of music industry veterans and top tier guest instructors—including colleagues Kendrick Lamar,  Sean “Diddy” Combs, Master P, Snoop Dogg, and Bruno Mars—to instruct courses in such areas as business management, music production, recording engineering and performance. These disciplines are woven together on the macro and micro levels through an ambitiously holistic approach to music industry education. This, in turn, has attracted some of the best sponsors to support those future careers, including Fender and Roland.

1500 Sound Academy goes above and beyond academic training and industry insight to provide students access to the minds behind some of the biggest chart-toppers in their music catalog, such as Drake’s record-breaking “In My Feelings” (10 weeks in Billboard’s ‘Hot 100’); Ella Mai’s Grammy award-winning ‘Best R&B song’ “Boo’d Up” (peaking at #5 on the ‘Hot 100″); and Roddy Rich’s “The Box,” which stayed at #1 for 10 weeks and in “Top 10” for 27 weeks. Other Volume Ventures luminaries stepping in include Justus West, whose most recent credits include Alicia Keys’ “Raise a Man,” John Legend’s “Always.” and Quintin Gullege, whose most recent credits include Ella Mai’s “Trip,” “Sauce,” “Close” and “Everything.”

“This endeavor stands apart from the other businesses I have grown in that most are based on finding audiences to support a consumer product,” True explains. “What 1500 Sound Academy produces, on the other hand, is not a tangible consumer product or service but a creative music movement product that transcends demographics by producing successful music industry professionals. Those who endure 1500 Sound Academy will always have their fingers on the pulse of what the public wants in its music and entertainment (and) have the business skills to create and maintain their successes in the industry.”

In early June 2020, Dopson and Fauntleroy announced the future rollout of Academy’s newest program in light of current world events: An online version of the school, fully licensed by the Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education of California. 1500 Sound Academy’s online program is designed as a synchronous (real-time) program that offers the same curriculum and benefits of its in-person program in an online/distance education format. In addition to guest lectures from the founders, enrollees will receive lectures and educational guidance from The Avila Brothers, who have worked with Usher, Janet Jackson, Mary J Blige, and Gwen Stefani.

Dopson affirms that their original goal was to create a “Xavier’s School for Gifted Children” (of X-Men fame) for the best young creators in the world.” In the distinctive, almost futuristic environment they created that in some ways is reminiscent of the films, their team would incorporate real-world requirements for success with necessary business training and artistic development.

“We are not only teaching them skills in making music but how one should negotiate business deals write hits, do media interviews, how you should manage artists, and how one can manage his or her career as I did. In other words, we are teaching students the secrets (people at our level) are not supposed to tell you and everything we learned the hard way back in the day. We teach them about critical thinking and the importance of knowing all the rules in order to break them.” says Dopson. 

Fauntleroy, meanwhile, details that the non-traditional, real-world based structure of the 1500 Sound Academy’s workshops and courses allows students the opportunity to learn about the industry from a variety of perspectives regular instructors and guest speakers with quantifiable success in their music industry careers. Their experiences, successes, and even misfires can’t be properly captured in a textbook.

“The 1500 Sound Academy allows us to give back to the music community as well as the communities where we came from. Beyond technical and financial literacy, we want to pass along the importance of emotional intelligence and the value of having a broad range of information in a variety of different areas– all of the tools they will need to survive and thrive in the music business.” says Fauntleroy. For additional information and Academy curriculum please visit 1500 Sound Academy.

Spooky Bands Delivers Visceral Love-Fueled “Xanny Beby” Single

Los Angeles based artist Spooky Bands is back with his new euphoric lovesick anthem “Xanny Beby.”


Produced by Boston-area act Booch X Holy, “Xanny Beby” utilizes powerful rhythmic and percussive composition that allows Spooky to belt out his ripe pain and anguish through a number of his melody laden flows.

The release “Xanny Beby” builds on the momentum of of last month’s “Orange” single.

Stream “Xanny Beby” below, and keep up with Spooky Bands via Instagram, as well.

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