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

ABG Stable – “Touchdown”

South Central, Los Angeles, California artist ABG Stable drops off his new single entitled “Touchdown”. Be on the lookout for more music and a dope visual for this record.

Chief Keef & Mike WiLL Made-It – “Bang Bang”

Chicago native and Los Angeles based artist Chief Keef links up with Atlanta super producer Mike Will Made It for a smash hit entitled “Bang Bang”. The official music video for “Bang Bang” was directed by Blank Square Productions.

StaJe – “Keisha” (Video)

StaJe delivers a masterful music video that will give you the escape you desire. During a lunch date with a female counterpart he receives a text message that shifts the evening into a night to remember. He still has to be mindful and sneaky to escape the grasp of the older gentleman that takes care of Keisha. From hiding behind doors to sliding across the rooms, StaJe carries us through the incident in hilarious fashion. Did he get away with it? Let’s see how the story ends.

T.Savvy – “Just A Mistake”

Los Angeles, California artist T.Savvy is back with his new single entitled “Just A Mistake”, this is the follow up single to “Spent My Time”. Be on the look out for a dope music visual for this hot record.

Chief Keef – “I Thought I Had One”

Chicago native and Glo Gang leader Chief Keef drops his official music video for his record entitled “I Thought I Had One” shot by Colorul Mula. “I Thought I Had One” was produced by Sah Beats.

Chi City – “Saturday Night Lights”

Chicago native and Los Angeles based artist Chi City has been attacking the industry since January 1 with release after release. “Saturday Night Lights” is his newest banger. “SNL” showcases Chi’s ability to draw people into the world he’s created with his words. The story telling and lyrical flow will have your head bobbing in no time. Enjoy!!!!!

Jade River – Flowers Die featuring Ariano, Pawz One, & MC Supernatural

Sometimes in music, the stars align to unexpectedly bring together legends to tell a brutally honest and unfiltered story for the ages. Such is the case for Portland producer Jade River’s new single, “Flowers Die.”

“Flowers Die” brings together LA hip hop icons Ariano, MC Supernatural, Pawz One and DJ LaLa on the turntables for a track that harnesses their individual talents within three minutes of raw power. Continuing to elevate his game, Jade’s deceptively simple beat of banging drums with reggae undertones, along with sharpness of LaLa’s cuts, lays the foundation for the in-your-face lyrical flows delivered with flawless execution, weaving a tale about the trials of the human condition and current society.

And yet, through it all, the music lives on.

Independent SoCal hip hop veteran Ariano opens the first chapter of the track with his lilting hook, which drives straight into the hard edges of his verse. Never one to shy away from brutally honest social commentary, Ariano pulls no punches as he addresses everything from Twitter activism to media sensationalism of tragedy.

And yet, through it all, the music lives on.

Chapter two gives way to legendary battle rapper, MC Supernatural, whose epic freestyle sessions have earned him respect the world over. Supernatural may be best know for his marathon freestyling, but on “Flowers Die” he effortlessly controls the verse, laden with remorse and hope, to deliver his own social commentary on the world we live in.

And yet, through it all, the music lives on.

The final chapter of Jade River’s story belongs to Pawz One and his vicious, rapid-fire rhyme schemes. He continues the social narrative, drawing on absent fathers and our obsession with screens, and how it all leads to missing out on a life to lived to the fullest.

And yet, through it all, the music lives on.

With so much talent and style packed into a single song, the sound and story can be in danger of getting lost in the uproar but “Flowers Die” manages to maintain control and deliver a solid track that proves that no matter what, the music lives on.


Credit: Wanja of  I Still Love H.E.R.

Nipsey Hussle – “Victory Lap”

Nipsey Hussle returns with his new highly anticipated project entitled “Victory Lap”. The album has 15 new tracks with features from YG, Kendrick Lamar, Swizz Beatz, Stacy Barthe, Diddy, Buddy, Teeflii, The-Dream, CeeLo Green and Marsha Ambrosius. Stream it on YouTube below and is also available on all other streaming sites now.

Stream Victory Lap here:

Tyga Ft Chief Keef & A.E – 100’s

Tyga drops his new visual entitled “100’s” linking up with Chief Keef and A.E, check it out now!