Sunday, December 17, 2017

[Video] Velliano - 40k

New video from artist Velliano titled "40k", making it's rounds. Press Play and check it out.

Connect w/ Velliano: Twitter » @vellianoo

Saturday, December 16, 2017

Love & Hip Hop’s Lil Mo & @itsVain ‘Breakup to Makeup’

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Love & Hip Hop’s Lil Mo & @itsVain ‘Breakup to Makeup’

Art can mimic reality so well sometimes that you can barely tell which is real and which is art. Such is the case with Lil Mo’s real-life Break Up to Make Up story with her husband, which plays out on this season’s Love and Hip Hop New York AND in her video with Vain called, “Break Up to Make Up.”

Lil Mo is currently in the headlines for the recent visit to Couples Court with her husband. Not to mention all the drama that has been playing out in this season’s Love and Hip Hop New York. With the allegations of her husband’s cheating, their son reading the blogs, therapy sessions and SO MUCH MORE!!
Vain is best known for his videos and collaborations with Jim Jones, Red Cafe, DJ Jazzy Joyce and Slim of 112. Vain and Lil Mo do not disappoint with this Classic Love Story.

The video features some super smooth hip-hop lyrics from artist V.A.I.N and some “superwoman,” vocals from one of our favorite Diva’s, Lil Mo. To top it off the chorus features the Stylistic’s “Break Up to Make Up,” classic hook with Lil Mo’s hip-hop styling.
Check out Hip Hop Artist V.A.I.N along with RnB diva Lil’ Mo as they navigate their own Love and Hip Hop rocky relationship AND “Break Up to Make Up” below:


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DJ Khaled Joins Solo LaMaze On "OoSheWanParty" Track @sololamaze


(Louisville, KY) - Born in Chicago and raised in Louisville aka "Derby City," rapper Solo LaMaze always loved music and as a youth found himself listening to music almost every hour of the day.

Getting started early Solo picked up the mic and began rapping at the age of 11 after developing a passion for the battle rap scene and released his first project Year of Solo in 2003

That 2003 project was followed up by his Synthetic Dope LP where he was the executive producer,engineering and producing the entire project on his own.

"It was a no brainer" to begin making music," Solo LaMaze explained. "I was influenced by the greats like Jay Z Wayne, Jeezy and Kanye."

In addition to drawing inspiration from some of the greatest rappers of all time, Solo Lamaze also found himself producing music and following the sounds of Dr.Dre, Timberland, Mannie Fresh, DJ Paul and Juicy J.

This desire to create led Solo LaMaze to opening his own studio called Organized Swagg where before the age of 18 he subsequently released several projects including Bowel Movement, Beast Mode Vol. 1 & Vol. 2, Rare Form” and “Sushi Sushi Sushi.

"My music is candy with the medicine in it, I entertain and slide in a message simultaneously," he said.

The philosophy about his music has apparently worked and since then his credits as producer include the likes of David Banner, Beanie Sigel, Juvenile, Sean Paul of the Young Bloods, Kool Daddy Fresh, Twista, J-Kwon, Mr. Serve On, and Young Bleed.

Also, ironically besides Lil Wayne, Solo LaMaze was the last person to work with Grammy Award winning rapper Static Major before his untimely death, an experience he’ll never forget.

Reflecting on the past, but still looking forward Solo Lamaze is getting ready to tour in South Florida in February and has several spot dates where he is planning on performing through the Winter.

Until then Solo is grateful for the outpouring of support he has received over the years as he continues pushing his music.

"Thank for all the support you guys been giving me and I wont let you down. Relax and Be safe tho," he concluded. Be Sure to Check out Solo Lamaze on Big Heff's Streets Most Wanted Tour in Feb. 2018.

For more information on Solo LaMaze check out his social media sites below:
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For booking features, production or media inquires see contact here:
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Friday, December 15, 2017

[New Video] Produkt - Paradise @ProduKtJRG


"Paradise" is an introspective trip into the mind of Produkt, a seasoned hip-hop veteran from The Bronx. Produkt has built a name for himself over the years as a street-smart lyricist with a lot of range as an artist. "Paradise" is a single from Produkts most recent effort "Change The Frequency" which is available now on all major streaming platforms. The single is backed by a black and white visual that flawlessly captures the essence of Produkts energy on this record. The gritty imagery in Produkts lyrics are a testament to his life experiences and the very skeletal, jazzy instrumental gives the emcee enough space to eloquently deliver his rhymes.


Produkt raps "Troubled youth, but a stargazer/ philly blunts til the stars gave up, concrete heat through the streets, the scars caged us, Mobb Deep beats on repeat the stars raised us" it is clear that Produkt comes from the golden-era of New York hip-hop and his authenticity is on full display here. Although the verses may be tackling a lot of the hardships of Produkts reality, the hook on this is very motivational and triumphant which gives an overall positive feel to the theme of this record. Check out the visual below as Produkts rhymes come to life in the streets of The Bronx, NY and make sure you stay on the look out for more music.


Twitter: ProduKtJRG

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[Video]- Kayana Latrice- All Night Long @KayanaLatrice


Kayana Latrice is far from your typical 20-year-old college student. While studying Sociology at El Camino she is also raising her daughter and pursing her music career. Despite having so much on her plate, Kayana seems to be stress free in her new video for "All Night Long" where she turns up with her girlfriends as they get ready for their night out. This record is backed by an undeniable hook with a melody that is as infectious as Kayana's personality on this record. "All Night Long" is definitely an anthem for anyone looking to function as the title implies but there is much more layers to Kayana's character than just partying. Make sure you check out "If She Only Knew" to get a better understanding of Kayana's catalog, she is a multi-dimensional singer/songwriter with a number of narratives to explore. Stay on the look out for more from Kayana Latrice.


Twitter: @KayanaLatrice

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[New Visual] Ziico Niico- That Bag @Ziico_Niico


Ziico Niico is a bubbling sensation coming out of The Bronx, NY. The French Montana affiliate was first introduced to hip-hop over a year ago with his single "That Bag" a song that transcends both the NYC streets and the club scene into mainstream media with over 800,000 views on YouTube. Unfortunately, Ziico Niico is fighting a case for conspiracy charges, which has been a difficult obstacle thrown his way while trying to reach the next level in his career. However, Niico has still been able to release projects such as "I'm Heem" and "Zaddy Heem" as well as placements with Bronx legend French Montana. The charisma and persona behind Ziico Niico is very intoxicating and organic to his Uptown roots, he is definitely someone to look out for coming out of NYC if he is able to get passed all of his legal troubles. Check out the visual for "That Bag" below and make sure you download "Zaddy Heem" on Soundcloud and Datpiff.


Twitter: @Ziico_Niico

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Hajji BlackStone - Hot Sauce ft. Kogniak (Official Music Video) @blackstonehaji


Hajji BlackStone delivers on a visual for his new single "Hot Sauce" featuring Kogniak. This Afrobeat banger is backed by a hypotizing instrumental from producer Dusty Productions. The chemistry between Hajji and Dusty is clear on this record where they provide deeply rooted cultural influences in a way that comes off very natural. The autotune-driven hook is enough to catch the listeners ear, but it is the well put together verses that string this track together. It is clear that Hajji has mastered his pen game with lyrical mechanics that reflect more of a east coast emcee rather an Afrobeat singer. Director ReelEyeCons does a great job of bringing this song to life with imagery that perfectly captures the essence of the record. Bouncing back and forth from the big city to a beautiful waterfall, this video documents the lavish lifestyle of Hajji BlackStone. "Hot Sauce" will be featured on Hajji BlackStones upcoming project "Lil Senegal" look out for that and more coming from Hajji.



Twitter: @blackstonehaji

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