We’ve recently discovered this hot new talent “Damion“ who is an upcoming artist from Moreno Valley. He has been making music since he was 13. It’s always been his dream to become a famous rapper. He is very versatile, driven, & confidence in his work. Recently just released his new single “Let it Rip” via spotify & other major platforms which has been making some noise recently, be on the lookout for his upcoming projects & more great music from this unsigned artist “Damion” as he is representing for Moreno Valley the right way!
BigKayBeezy drops his official music video for his track entitled “Bookbag 2.0” featuring Chicago artist Polo G and directed by Ryan Lynch.
When it comes to music, CHASELAVISH has no boundary. The rising star can do it ALL.
The knack to create complex yet relatable records is what makes him so promising so early on. Fun fact: They are all made in his bedroom.
The self-taught producer, singer-songwriter & engineer is a force to be reckoned with as he continues to navigate through the industry with a goal most would deem impossible. As he begins his transition from bedroom producer to star, he has drawn comparisons to Justin Bieber, Drake and most notably, Poo Bear.
“I think I have the potential to push their sounds further as I try to create my own. Drake can’t sing like Bieber and Bieber can’t rap like Drake, but I think neither of them have the skill to write the way Poo Bear does.”
His versatility can be credited to his ethnic diversity. His father, Asian-Jamaican and his mother, Dominican-Italian.
“My goal is to be a threat in everything. Pop, R&B, Hip-Hop, Latin, you name it. I just want to be able to reach as many people as I can. I have something for everyone.”
As he begins his ascension, he debuts with Nostalgia. The New York artist emphasizes what he wants to be known for above all else. “Never be afraid to expose how vulnerable or emotional you are even if no one wants to say it or agree with you. Be yourself and believe in your truth. You’ll never fail that way.”
– Colin Tirion
Big Clout Records presents Chicago legend FBG Duck latest EP entitled “He Back”. FBG Duck was killed early August 2020 in Downtown Chicago, FBG Duck hometown. “He Back” is a eight track EP that is lead by the single “Yeahh” and “He Back”. The project includes features from Lil Chris, 50 Strong and Daddy-O. Be on the lookout for more music and videos from FBG Duck in the future, his mother said in an interview that FBG Duck have a lot of music record that will be release.
Chicago artist and looks like new OTF signee Prince Dre releases his official music video for his new record entitled “Strikers” directed by Diesel Filmz.
Chicago artist Lil Reese releases his new EP entitled “Lamron Vol.1” The six track EP is lead by the records entitled “They Know” and “Throwin Sum”. The project includes features from Chicago artist Oj300 and Jl300, along with New York artist Don Q on the record called “Crash”.
Montreal born artist Remy releases his anticipated single “One Call“. Remy is part of a Haitian descent who moved to Toronto in 2005.
The single reflects on Remy’s hustle and determination to show his peers he has what it takes to make it. The song has a catchy melodic sound that’ll have you hitting the repeat button over and over. On the record he raps “I’m just tryna be next, all i need is respect, one call, one text, i’m gone run up them checks”.
From a young age Remy always knew he had love for music; growing up he said his father would collect over 1500 CDs ranging from Latin music, Kompa & R&B. Remy’s brother introduced him to artists like Fabolous, 50 Cent and a lot of the west coast sound as a kid.
The first song he recorded was with Persistence back in 2013 called “Murder Scene”. A year after he went onto college in the United States for Basketball and it wasn’t untill 2017 when he started taking music more seriously.
His first single release “Realize” gathered over 40k streams on Spotify since its release. It has also gotten radio play in Toronto’s Top Urban Station 93.5. Remy plans on releasing a video for the single soon before he release’s his “I Got The Remedy” project. Make sure to stream “One Call” out on all platforms now!
“When production in Hollywood shut down due to Covid-19, in order to
stay in a creative space, I thought it would be fun to record a song.
So, I asked my dad to help me write a song. My dad asked me, “what
song do I like, and if I knew the lyrics to the song?” I chose High
Fashion by Roddy Ricch featuring DJ Mustard. I became a fan of Roddy
Ricch when he collaborated on Racks in the Middle with Nipsey Hussle
(RIP), the radio version. My dad and I co-wrote the lyrical remix, a
kid’s version of High Fashion, my salute to Roddy Ricch’s artistic
swag and DJ Mustard.” – Navonne Love
Kankakee, Illinois and OTF artist Doodie Lo releases his music visual for his short record called “Don’t Care”.