After her break off hiatus, Ayo Nish returns with the newest volume to her GED series. Find your favorite tunes from artists such as Kendrick Lamar, Rihanna, French Montana, Kanye West, Cherlise, The Weeknd and more. Take a listen after the jump
Off of his album, ‘Breaking Point’, Rojas serves up a more emotional side to his music. With vocals from Racaodolo, and M-Phazes assisting the track, you can actually hear the struggles of an upcoming artist. ‘Look Up’ tells a story about a kid who decided he couldn’t fit into the normal society and left it behind with a trail of people wishing negativity upon him. The song continues as it describes how people started to change when they found out that he actually had talent. And through it all, all the kid could hear is the positive people whispering, Look Up! The sky also falls sometimes. Look Up
Shout out to DJ Booth
Bringing a bit a soul infused Jazz to the site let’a introduce EarthTone Lyrix to AG. She has already been consigned by many of our favorite blog sites such as DJBooth.net and ThisIsRNB.com. Why not AG join the team? Her free spirited single Look At Me is what won me over in SingersRoom. Hopefully it does the same for you. Check out Look At Me. Continue reading »
The feeling you got when you first heard Show and AG’s classic track “Next Level,” is the same exact feeling Columbus, Ohio’s Zero Star hopes to give listeners on his new project “Don’t Look Now!” Zero Star takes an unconventional approach, in a conventional rap world, while an unknown but extremely talented producer by the name of J Maggz provides the backdrop. The man who claims to be from “The Rewind Era,” gives plenty of rewind moments through this 8 song EP. With raps by the hundreds Zero takes listeners on a fast paced journey of emotional highs, whether it’s his motivational undefeated slogan “72 Dolphins,” or the infectious bounciness of “#1 With a Bullet.” Zero is out to make certain his name will soon be mentioned alongside your favorite underground emcees.
Shoutout to Complex for the first look of this video. I always find it hilarious when people redo songs they know they shouldn’t be redoing. Sometimes it works out in their favor, sometimes they fail miserably. Continue reading »