Inas X – “Honey”

Inas X is here to declare her place in the music industry. Hailing from Brooklyn, New York but now calling Los Angeles home, real name Inas Maale traded her given last name for a bold “X,” representing empowerment, independence, and perseverance. Coming from humble beginnings as an intern at a major label, the singer-songwriter quickly found her calling and continues to make music out of pure love and passion. Now, she returns to unleash the official music video for “Honey,” premiered exclusively on YouTube and directed by Nimi Hendrix. The new record unveils a side of the Middle Eastern goddess that fans have yet to see, showcasing growth, maturity, and of course, that bad bitch mentality we all can appreciate. “Honey” is a sexy, empowering song you put on when you want to feel good about yourself, reminding the masses to get to their bag by all means necessary. Speaking on the new release, Inas states, “I made it at a time where I felt like you know what, I got my own bread (my own money)! I got it on my own! It’s for you if you’re feeling independent and focused on getting to your money, expanding your wealth and health. ‘Honey’ is so sweet, we need ‘Honey’ and nature needs the bees to survive. The Divine Feminine is like ‘Honey’ too!” Women are so often compared to “Honey” because they look and taste so sweet.

On Point Like OP F/ G Herbo – “Not a Drill Rapper”

On Point Like OP links up with one of Chicago heavy hitters in G Herbo to drop his official music video for “Not A Drill Rapper” via WorldStarHipHop.

King Von f/ Fivio Foreign – “I Am What I Am”

Chicago and OTF artist King Von releases his official music video for his new single entitled “I Am What I Am” featuring New York artist Fivio Foreign. The official music video was shot by Jerry Production.

sonREEM – “Baller’s Ball” EP

Born in Brooklyn, New York, but raised in Newark, New Jersey, @sonREEM is truly a product of the Tri-state area. He was born to a Bajan father, Darwin, and a Jamaican mother, Monica. Coming from a Caribbean household, music was always a spark of interest for the Jersey Artist growing up. Reem grew up on his dad’s old school record player listening to legends like Al Green, Teddy Pendergrass, and Michael Jackson, until he started forming his own personal taste for hip hop. Reem lists 50 cent, The Game, and Lil’ Wayne, as some of his older influences and Drake, Kendrick Lamar and A$ap Rocky as some of his newer ones.

@sonREEM began making music himself during his freshman year of college at William Paterson University as a hobby, but started to realize that his skills were better than his drive at the time. He wanted to take it more serious, so he needed a stage name. An Avid Dragon Ball Z fan, he always looked up to the Japanese Anime protagonist, Son Goku and figured he wanted to be the protagonist of his own journey, hence the name,@sonREEM.  Reem started to devote more time to music, but due to him failing multiple courses, he took a break from melodies, and decided to focus on graduating with his business degree which he eventually did in 2016.

After a year in the workforce, @sonREEM bounced from job to job until landing a salary position. However, he still felt like something was wrong, as he felt complacent and his heart wasn’t at peace. Ultimately, this lead to him getting fired, losing his only source of income to help his parents and himself. With struggling to find who he was, and figuring out what path was the gateway to becoming the best version of himself, This was the turning point in his life. With nothing to lose, he put all his effort and time into his passion, music.

Fivio Foreign F/ Polo G – “Bop It”

New York artist Fivio Foreign drops his official music video for his new single entitled “Bop It” featuring Chicago artist Polo G. Fivio Foreign, Polo G and company like they had one lit Manison party.

Nas F/ Fivio Foreign & A$AP Ferg – “Spicy” (Video)

Mass Appeal drops the official music video for New York and Hip Hop legend Nas single entitled “Spicy” featuring Fivio Foreign and A$AP Ferg. The video was shot in New York and the artists were styled by stylish Rosario Shameeka.  

Nas F/ Fivio Foreign & A$AP Ferg – “Spicy”

Nas took over Washington Heights in NYC Saturday (September 19) along
with Fivio Foreign and A$AP Ferg for the “Spicy” video shoot. Presumed
to be the next single from the Queensbridge rapper’s recently released
King’s Disease album, the trio were joined by fellow New Yorkers
rocking masks and thoroughly enjoying being part of the moment. Even
longtime friend and fellow Firm member AZ made an appearance. 

Youth Soul Love – “Papers Or Blunts”

Houston artist Youth Soul Love hooks up with NYC super producer Jesus Piece to drop another banger “PAPERS OR BLUNTS” off the “Smoke And Grow Rich” album. The summer jam is sure to have summer pool parties turned up. Be on the lookout for more from this dynamic duo.

LJ Bronx – “Ten Toes”

LJ Bronx is making himself a household name with his new visual “Ten Toes“. This song comes from a place where LJ wanted his listeners to know he’s been loyal with his peers and been A1 since day one. In the footage he can be seen sporting a Lamborghini Gallardo while counting cash showing his lavish lifestyle. The cinematic film was shot by Silverfade Media & the setting was based in The Bronx. LJ is definitely leaving his mark and making a statement that he is on his way to the top. Make sure to stream “Ten Toes” on all platforms and watch the video on Masked Faces via YouTube. 

Famous Dex F/ Fivio Foreign – “Couped Out”

Chicago artist Famous Dex releases his motion picture for his new single entitled “Couped Out” featuring New York artist Fivio Foreign.

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