Its difficult to come by a genuine R&B vocalist in this era of sound. In his latest release “GT”, Indiana native Marxus Lyvell shows off his unique style and vocal ability. You hear a bit of the modern R&B wave that has surfaced, but you also can pinpoint the classic sound within his voice. He also paid homage to the princess herself, the late and great Aaliyah, with a successful rendition of the hook from “One In A Million”.
This banger is sure to get the clubs going. Rob Green releases party record “I’m the Sh*t”, which was produced by Gigahurtz & F-Dreams. Just like any other hype song, the production plays one of the most vital pieces. Being able to catch, and keep the listener engaged with the sound, and temp of the track. Paired with the catchy hook this is something that will get stuck in your head.
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The Ohio native Zac Ali releases the visuals to “Misconceptions”. Kicking his flow and lyrical wordplay into overdrive, Ali releases an intense record showing off his artistry. Directed by Turtle.mov, the video is well composed and hosts great creativity that correlates well with the record.
Icy – “I want it I get it, I make it I spend it, its mine …I’m strapped, super tatted, exclusive, past pretty I’m fine.” After a brief hiatus since her album “Through It All”, Indy native Love LeAmber returns with a single just for the ladies. The bold and enticing record “Icy” is easily considered a club banger, and triumphant return. LeAmber’s new single is available wherever digital music is sold. Check out a quick snippet of the single below!
Hennessy “Story Of My Life” is a profound and personal song from Midwest native Hennessy. In the song “Story Of My Life”, Hennessy shedding light on a few things she has witnessed throughout her life. The song is from her upcoming mixtape “Story Of My Life”.
Eclectic could be labeled as an understatement when it comes to the thunderous sound of Taleb Fazle. Known within his city for his high octane delivery as well as his bass splitting sound it’s almost impossible to stay still when a Fazle song is being played. His newest release “Funk Shue”, is just a minuscule piece of what to foresee with his album “Vll Hvil Sxnner” coming October 2017. Produced by Juice Ro$e, the strong bass and uptempo production fits perfectly into Fazle’s sound.
Midwest native Trajik reminds listeners of how relatable music still is. His dynamic flow, southern feel, and creative storytelling brings the album to life. Featuring the popular “In Due Time”, “What’s A Friend”, “Masterpiece”, and “Maze” featuring Bubby B, Masterpiece is available on iTunes, Spotify, TIDAL, and Google Play.
What’s A Friend – Produced by Dylan Prevails, “What’s A Friend” is one of those tracks that stick to you, supported by a properly executed visual. The opening of the visual captures Trajik behind cell bars, then jumps into him being led into a court room in handcuffs. The use of a real court room, actors, and the courtroom hostility brings you a piece of the reality from these situations.
Ind, IN – Naptown bred rapper Lil Billy drops a city favorite titled, “Crown Hill Section”. Featuring “100”, “Pumpfakin” ft Love Leamber, and “Murder” ft Lil E Hoe. The project is grossing a combo of over 100k streams, and is available on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, and everywhere else digital music is sold.
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DVY B4 – The single trilogy has been completed as Fazle releases the last installment, “DVY B4” featuring Aares, Christian Taelor, and Ali Buckets. The trilogy was initiated with “Last Night”, which was soon followed by “Morning After”. Fitting right into the pattern of Fazle’s crowd gripping sound, “DVY B4” is definitely an ear pleaser. The trilogy is saturated with fun vibes, exceptional bars, and continuous quality. We discovered what happened last night and the morning after, let’s see what took place the day before.
Fazle and Aares are on a roll with the latest hit “Last Night”, to now follow up with a sequel to the record titled “Morning After” that features JTP. “Morning After” highlights the hangover effect of the morning after, that the night before has caused. So, what happened last night that lead to the morning after? There is only one way to find out…