New Video: Mike Caesar – Boxing With My Demons Featuring Gunplay |

New Video: Mike Caesar – Boxing With My Demons Featuring Gunplay

Mike Caesar feat. Gunplay “Boxing With My Demons” is the third video release from Mike’s critically acclaimed EP “Kingdom”. On “BWMD” Mike Caesar speaks about the many struggles he faces with bipolar disorder, heartbreak, betrayal, and suicidal thoughts. Mike is seen hosting a therapy session, with several versions of himself, including vain, angry, and depressed personalities. These character performances help drive home the lyrics and pain found in this song. If you ever feel suicidal contact ‭1(800)-273-8255‬. Stream the full EP by clicking the link

New Music: Light Work – Save the Art | @TommyTucker28

New Music: Light Work – Save the Art

Philadelphia Hip Hop Duo Light Work creates a masterpiece called ” Save the Art .” The Duo consist of two people. Tommy Tucker who is a producer/ Rapper/ Graphic Artist and DSM who is a rapper as well.

” Never Never ” is the first single of their Debut EP, . This project is Heavily influenced by Dilla Madlib, Kev Brown, Kanye West, The Rza , Samba and Afro beats. They are looking to bring something meaningful back to Philly music.

Check out the entire project by clicking that play button and if you like it, click the Itunes link to buy which is right below.

https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/save-the-art-ep/1409500433

New Video: El-Jay – My Bae Remix Featuring Shorty Mack | @therealeljay

New Video: El-Jay – My Bae Remix Featuring Shorty Mack

El-Jay is an artist on the rise and is really moving fast within the music industry. The California native has something special to share with the world in the form of music.
The latest masterpiece that has come from El-Jay is called “My Bae Remix” featuring Shorty Mack and its in video. This joint is a game changer for sure. Click the play button to watch it right now.

New Music: Taiyamo Denku – No Industry Standard | @TaiyamoDenku

New Music: Taiyamo Denku – No Industry Standard

Click The Link Below:

https://taiyamodenku.bandcamp.com/album/no-industry-standard

The seasoned Milwaukee beat bruiser, Taiyamo Denku, makes his triumphant return to your headphones with the full length album, “No Industry Standard”. Consisting of 16 tracks in total, Denku and Dcypha once again combine their musical powers to put forth an all around quality Hip Hop extravaganza. The pair continue to go against the grain of so called industry standards, funding the project out of their own pockets and completely independent. Keeping the entire album process in house allowed the duo to orchestrate some heavy features.

Fans of the Cypha Den Music imprint know very well that you can expect some impressive guests on their releases. We can find the lyricist bashing mics alongside the likes of Conway The Machine, Saukrates, Lil Kim, Chino XL, Royal Flush, J Hood, KRS One, and Benny the Butcher.

The names alone are enough reasoning for checking the album out. Don’t think for a minute that Denku is the type of artist that bases his career off of features. The Wisco wordsmith has proven his skills time and time again, whether it be inside of a cypher or performing on a vast amount of stages. He sets up all his own tours and has taken his act all across the Midwest and East Coast. As with his skills, Taiyamo has an extensive back catalog both as a solo artist and holding his own among Hip Hop’s most predominant acts.

“No Industry Standard” has seen 2 singles and 1 video released so far. The lead single, “Be Who You Are”, finds Conway and Taiyamo candidly speaking about faking the funk from two different points of view. “Fabulous Life” features the R&B styling of The Genius with the Midwesterner and Lil Kim speaking about what a “Fabulous Life” consists off. “Stand Back” was produced by Psycho Les of The Beatnuts, this release received a salt and peppered visual from Wes Tank. More singles will be released from the album in the coming months along with a video for “Mr. Sunshine”, featuring Saukrates.

Make sure to stay tuned for that but in the meantime, preview and purchase “No Industry Standard” on Bandcamp.

New Video: Monsieur Job – Chow Chow Eyyy Pow Pow Featuring No Mercy | @monsieurjobmusica

New Video: Monsieur Job – Chow Chow Eyyy Pow Pow Featuring No Mercy

With Their Unique Blend of Electronica, Urban Beats, and Latin Grooves, Monsieur Job’s Debut Album Continues to Climb the Charts. In support of the new album, the duo out of Bogota campaign with new video for album cut, “Chow Chow Eyyy Pow Pow”.

Monsieur Job On New Video:

“It makes some demands of the listener, but none they won’t be happy to oblige. The demands are centered on how artfully ‘Chow Chow eyyy Pow Pow’ upends expectations for pop music in this vein thanks to its strong musical pedigree and vocal presentation. The performance is unfailingly accessible, but there’s a real sophistication present in the song as well.The three and a half minute radio edit of this initial offering from the quartet is augmented by the presence of guest star Martin Cintron, lead singer for the band No Mercy, and the Bronx born vocalist is the added cherry on top of what will likely prove one of 2018’s more delectable musical confections”

Latino/Pop/EDM superstars Monsieur Job are continuing to climb charts worldwide, with the album hitting #6 on the Billboard Latin Charts this week.

History on Monsieur Job, Toby Holguin dreams music, lives music and gives music life. It was Toby’s vision to create Monsieur Job, a band that will rock you make you move your feet. A band that will make you cry with passion. Formed by Toby Holguin from Cali, Colombia, a beautiful place high in the mountains above the clouds . Toby then asked Stan Kolev from Sofia, Bulgaria, Charlie Illera from Barranquilla, Colombia, and Leo Jaramillo from Bogota, Colombia. To become one musically as Monsieur Job.

For their debut release of “Chow Chow Eyyy Pow Pow” , The record has hit the Euro Indie Music Chart at #1 for 9 consecutive weeks, the Digital Radio Tracker Top 10, and the Billboard Hot 100, Billboard Top 100 Songs for their single and Top 200 for Best Albums for their album “Bass Passi”. 

The album “BASS PA$$I” was recorded in Bogota and Miami at Basswalk Studios, Outta Limits Studios in Miami, and Barba Studios in Belgrade and mastered at Sterling Studios, New York.

New Music: JU$TIN – Money Machine Broke | @JDTMediaGRP

New Music: JU$TIN – Money Machine Broke

“Money Machine Broke” is the new single from LA-based indie HipHop/Rap label JDT Media GRP’s founder and artist ‘JU$TIN’. The NY/LA artist goes in over production by North Carolina native Mike Da Jeanyus to give us a taste of what his upcoming “JDTSZN” project will sound like when it drops later this month. “Money Machine Broke” is a dope motivational anthem for the hustlers across the globe counting up that money until their money machine broke.
New Music: JU$TIN – Money Machine Broke | @JDTMediaGRP

 

New Music: Don’t Sleep on Slap: This STL Artist is Next to Blow | @imslap_bfe

New Music: Don’t Sleep on Slap: This STL Artist is Next to Blow

Rapper Lil Baby has been dominating a lot of buzz talk with his hit single “yes indeed” featuring Drake. Incidentally he also has a single with rising STL Rapper, Slap entitled, “Go Hard” that we love. Slap has been creating good national buzz lately. and he is is set to be featured in next month’s Hip Hop Weekly magazine. He is St. Louis proud but thinks beyond the smaller Midwest city.  “I think St. Louis is small when it comes to music so I’m focused on the national scene. So that I can really make it.”

 Slap also has another catchy song, “Can’t Go Backwards” that features Ralo and Lou Kang.  His talent is strong enough to reach the masses but Slap also has a strong story to share which makes him authentic and appealing to all audiences. He has spoken about how mistakes cost him years of his life  Like Meek Mill he has a lot of thoughts about the discrepancies within the justice system and advice for the youth who think the streets are their way out of poverty.