Upcoming San Bernardino hip hop artist Young Jay has been working hard lately. Recently surpassing 10 million Streams on SoundCloud, the rapper sets out to build his first official marketing company “Drama Co.”
With the help of his Drama Squad label mates Steezo, and Eljahn Johnson he aims to have the best marketing/management agency in the country. Young Jay has recently been extended an invitation to the Independent Music Awards on March 30-31 although he hasn’t secured a nomination. The rapper should be up for an IMA soon due to his newest song “Cant Trust A Soul” doing so well.
The single is currently #29 on the Urban radio charts and it’s still moving. Young Jay has also recently signed a big distribution contract with American businessman and author Steve Stoute’s new label UnitedMasters. Stay tuned for the release of Young Jays debut single release !
The latest visuals coming from R&B artist J-Hen come in the form of Gypsy Girl! Have you ever met someone that made you feel kinda strange? J-Hen’s single, “Gypsy Girl”, tells the story of a mysterious girl he met when his car broke down. Only to wake up and realize it was all a dream! That’s what happens to J-Hen in this new dope visual from Jeff Adair!
“Get Out Of My Dreams” sheds light on a relationship of want and lust, as many cases prove to be, when a person is already committed but finds him or herself in want and need of someone else. With a play on words, and sounds that set the vibe for an earful of powerful lyrics; the song will definitely take you on a journey.
Unlike your typical relationship song, Sy explains her reasoning for potentially wanting to be rid of the dreams unless they become reality. Mixed signals and thought provoking feelings create an ambient feeling for the listener.
Riya J Singer/Songwriter (pronounced Rye*ya) meaning “Singer” in hindu. MaRiya Jenkins born & raised a native of Gary Indiana, a city that produced the King Of Pop Michael Jackson, sister Janet Jackson, and numerous music legends such as Denise Williams & many more. Riya J pursued her passion for both writing & performing at a very early age. Becoming the first female (self taught) drummer for her church Jerusalem Missionary Baptist Church which broadcast live most of her childhood.
She also performed her first singing solo at the age of 5 in front of a congregation of 2500. Riya J, influenced by all genres of music with her Pastor/Father being a gospel singer, she molded her sound in appreciating R&B, NeoSoul, Jazz, Gospel, and Blues. She wrote & performed her first original song in church at the age of 10. Having traveled practically all 50 states in the US by the age of 5, Riya J experienced a great deal. Her Love & Passion for people fueled her phenomenal lyrical pen. She writes with a PASSION & SOULFULNESS far Beyond Her Years. For the next generation to come, Riya J has a Phenomenal gift to offer the world!!
“I want my music to be able to make you feel SOMETHING, we all have a song to sing regardless the situation and music is the perfect antidote”.
Germany Producer Chris Martines has just released a stellar, animated lyric video to EDM/Pop single Breaks My Heart featuring the vocals of Pop artist and songwriter Lachi. The breakup song, with hints of R&B and Future Bass, can be found on Martines’s debut album, Fairy Tale, an album well received by the Spotify community.
Lachi, currently signed with Big Management Publishing, has featured on with the likes of Snoop Dogg and Styles P among others. Her powerful vocals match seamlessly with the Martines’s heavy drops.
Chris Martines is proving himself to be a best kept secret, this producer is on an obvious path to major waves.
J Metro does it again with his latest release Graffiti The Lost Art! The album has put the R&B artist in line to get a Grammy nomination in the 2018 award ceremonies. The Rhythmic and soulful sounds of the Houstonian has been catching the attention of listeners and press all of 2017.
Leading single from the album, Groove has been a staple in pushing forward the career of J Metro. The single peaked over 1 million streams on the soundcloud platform and continues to rise on Spotify.
What’s impressive about this record, what is always impressive with J Metro, is the space between the instruments, the restraint, the way every flourish, swell and riff seems to be more streamlined down to its smallest possible size while being given lavish enough production to make it sound like the perfect backdrop to the main instrument – his voice – which touches the listener with sensual tones and a falsetto that can devastate.
His voice on “Groove” is a technical marvel, but delivered with feeling that never comes across as being showy. It’s a new sound but it’s the same old J Metro, an artist who would rather blaze his own paths than travel well-worn roads.
J Metro is a crooner with style, soul, originality, exclusive concepts, and impeccable writing skills. This young star has so many accolades to date. Poetry is something that comes natural to him. Playing instruments came to him natural at an early age. Everything about this artist shows that he was born to do music.
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David Singh also known as DJ Skyscream is a Electronic Dance Music, Hip Hop, Soca and Reggae DJ and producer. Music can be found on ITunes/Apple Music, Spotify, Tidal, Google play & more under Skyscream.
QT Jazz releases new visuals to latest song “Let You Finish”! Be sure to purchase her new Album the B Side on all major digital outlets today!
Jasmine Robinson known worldwide as QT Jazz, started her career about the same time that she started talking. As a young child, she loved to act, sing and dance and it was evident by age three that she loved the camera. Having worked with and opened for multi-talented entertainers such as Neyo, Monica, and Lil Wayne with appearances on Own “Green Leaf”, We TV “Tamar and Vince”, Starz’s “Survivor’s Remorse” and VH1’s “Family Hustle” to name a few has prepared Jasmine for a career with unlimited boundaries.
Jazz also just ushered in a new chapter to her life turning the big 22!
Jasmine Robinson known worldwide as QT Jazz, started her career about the same time that she started talking. As a young child, she loved to act, sing and dance and it was evident by age three that she loved the camera. Having worked with and opened for multi-talented entertainers such as Neyo, Monica, and Lil Wayne with appearances on We TV “Tamar and Vince”, Starz’s “Survivor’s Remorse” and VH1’s “Family Hustle” has prepared Jasmine for a career with unlimited boundaries.
28-year-old Iggy Azalea revealed that she and Azealia Banks have ended their feud and have collaborated for Iggy’s upcoming album Digital Distortion.
“Public service announcement. Azealia is going to be on DD. We are collaborating. Burn your wigs now or preserve them in your freezer for release day.”
Iggy posted a note on social media saying she wanted to get past all the hate: “I just want to say FYI; re A. Banks. Call me crazy but girl; I don’t hate you. I don’t know you to hate you.”
She continued, “I believe you may want to meet me in person so you can steal a lock of my hair and cast a spell hoping I die (lol) I don’t agree with many of your opinions but honestly, at times I empathize with you as a creative Gemini woman. I wish you had spoken to me before deciding I was out to get you when we first came on the scene, but that’s also typical Gemini reaction s–t (I get it). As a 27 year old adult woman just know: I wish you well from one human to another and joke collaboration or not as adults we should move past trivial beef with strangers.”
In response to Iggy’s statement, Azealia spoke with XXL about her desire to have an open discussion with the pop star.
She told the mag,”I think a true reconciliation can happen once there is some acknowledgment of what hip-hop has been trying to tell her. I still don’t think she quite understands the effect her racial privilege and the socio-economic leverage that comes with it has on a marginalized group of women’s culture.”
Azealia said, “Race aside, this is also a women’s issue. I hope that there will be a chance for us to have an open discussion about this, as I feel America and the world could really benefit from some candid discourse between two public figures about the world’s biggest sickness: racism. I wish for women of the future to be able to refer to this moment in women’s culture as an example of what can happen when people take time to understand.”
Iggy assured naysayers of her decision saying, “If you cant understand my desire to turn YEARS worth of negativity into a positive interaction then that’s your loss my dear. peace!”
She added, “I don’t expect you guys to understand why i would collaborate with someone who has publicly said they hope I die.”
The Australian continued to defend her decision, “This has been something extremely negative for so long, if there is a way to make it positive and also be creative together, I’m here for it.”