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Emcee/spoken word act Jazzmyn Red delivers this poignant tune titled “If I had a daughter”. “If I Had a Daughter” is an open letter to her daughter she would one day hope to have, as she vows to make sure to do everything she can to give her child the best life but also keeps it all the way real about the harsh realities of life as a woman. but digging deeper, Jazzmyn explained the real meaning behind the record.
“This record is much deeper than just my conversation with my daughter, if I had one. This record is also made for every woman whom may have lost a child, miscarried or may not even be able to conceive. As a woman, we all hope to one day have a better version of ourselves walking this earth and “If I Had a Daughter” hopefully can spark the conversation about everything motherhood and shine a light on our miscarriage rates and other woman related issues in the urban community.”
The visuals shot by “If I Had a Daughter” is an open letter to her daughter she would one day hope to have, as she vows to make sure to do everything she can to give her child the best life but also keeps it all the way real about the harsh realities of life as a woman. but digging deeper, Jazzmyn explained the real meaning behind the record. brings the concept to life with its vivid imagery
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Bishoptherapper jumps on this sombre instrumental to bring us his thoughts titled “Visionary”. Armed with a smooth, confident flow and vivid lyrics to match, he showcases his lyrical skill and it’s definitely something solid.
Amy Noonan is Qveen Herby, the L.A. based singer-songwriter and rapper who delivers an undeniable flow into her R&B through fiery and fierce lyricism. As musically versatile as she is musically talented, Qveen Herby’s ability to shift from ruthless to vulnerable and back on a track makes her highly admirable while still being relatable as she spits truth while narrating her thrilling struggle of being a self-made phenomenon.
Following her debut EP, Qveen Herby released her EP 2 in a December 2017 release that featured her widely acclaimed singles, ‘Love Myself’ and ‘Wifey.’ Aside from rightfully taking 2017 by storm with her captivating music releases, Qveen Herby also partnered with DJ/producer, Audrey Napoleon to release her own cosmetics line, Qveen Studio, generating a wealth of buzz in the beauty industry as well.
Now, in 2018, the sharp-witted artist, entrepreneur and beauty mogul, Qveen Herby prepares to make even greater waves in pop-culture with the upcoming release of her latest EP, EP 3. Produced by Pompano Puff (Nicki Minaj, T.I.) and former Karmin bandmate, Nick Noonan, EP 3 unfolds with a raw yet immaculately arranged soundscape built upon infectious melodies and hard to forget beats that Qveen Herby effortlessly maneuvers around with finesse.
Following the successful release of her debut single, ‘Sade In The 90s’ from her forthcoming EP 3, Qveen Herby sets to release her latest anthemic track, ‘All These Hoes’ on 11th May. Strutting her stuff in her upcoming track, Qveen Herby flourishes her signature powerful vocal ability and cunning rap flow over an addicting R&B-pop
The Official Music Video from The Sir Duke that shares what life is all about – Good Vibes. Troubling times can make you a better person than you may realize and emerging out of those times can be difficult. Shot in the beautiful island of Barbados, the journey from the streets to the sands creates a good blend of hardship to heavenly moments that we all can relate to. Take it all in and enjoy the good vibes.
Pharaomones are joined by Sadat X of Brand Nubian, who’s hard-hitting signature flow addresses the universal issue faced psychologically, breaking down the big picture. Pharaomones King Kamaal and Excel follow laying out the national and local reflection of what’s going on with police brutality and murder. No justice, no peace, black lives matter, and power to the people. We believe in the power of the people.
Rowlan comes through with another poignant piece of art he calls “Make me snap”. Armed with graphic lyrical skills and an emotional-drenched delivery, he brings it full circle on this trakc with pure honesty and intense rhymes.
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