The Rebirth Of EMAN8 Has Come Forth "Amen" (audio) • Word Is Bond

Saint Louis native and currently residing in Los Angeles, EMAN8 shares a personal record with fans titled “Amen.”  The single is co-produced by  Nick Henriques from Canada.

“Amen” symbolizes the rebirth of EMAN8, derived from his middle name Emanate. The term originates from his Jamaican heritage and is defined as ‘come forth’.  The multifaceted artist describes his need to become a better man and establish a new way of living. Through his expressive journey he finds an innovative sermon that awakens and births EMAN8.  The genius soundscapes pulled in from cords of electronic, Hip-Hop, and soul allow listeners to transcend into his spiritual experience.

 

 



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Canadian Duo Buck-N-Nice Release Eye-Opening Video "EMAG" • Word Is Bond

Canadians Buck-N-Nice release “EMAG” video, the title track off their sophomore album release available now for digital streaming and purchase.   Wordsmith SawBuck and producer DJ So Nice, take listeners on a compelling journey exposing ongoing challenges and deceptions of the music industry.

No holds barred, the duo combine vivid images and thought provoking lyrics to convey the constant battle artists have within themselves regarding money, success, and the evil surrounding both.

Buck-N-Nice had this to reveal about their own integrity involving the industry, “We don’t focus on creating that next club hit or keeping up with the latest trends, and this follows suit. “It’s purposeful that our music reflects life experiences, the community that we’re surrounded by, and the general influences that have shaped us into artists and people.”

The continual flow of metaphors used by SawBuck capture the catch 22 artists experience, while DJ So Nice heightens the emotion with an arrangement of combative, yet classic Hip Hop beats.  Video directed and produced by Patrick Lozinski.

Stream Buck-N-Nice “EMAG” Album here 

 

 

 

 

 

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Catching Flies Releases New Record "New Gods" Featuring Jay Prince & Oscar Jerome • Word Is Bond

London artist Catching Flies links up with fellow UK artists, singer Oscar Jerome and rapper Jay Prince, for “New Gods” single off his forthcoming album set to release later this year.

Reaching fame from his previous catalog of music, Catching Flies brings his A-game filled with a perfected flow of R&B and RAP (rhymes and poetry).  The record is imbued with intertwined mixtures of electronica, soul, Hip-Hop, and even house for a smooth deliverance.  Listeners will experience the emotion form Flies stimulated by jazz infused instruments and selection of mesmeric beats.

The record is three minutes of self-realization that’s inviting for listeners all around the world. Flies describes “New Gods” further below.

“The track represents a breakthrough moment in the sense that I felt super inspired again after a long period of feeling frustrated with my own process. Collaboration felt like a good way to fix this… and it did! Oscar had just released one of his debut tracks ‘Give Back What You Stole From Me’ and I remember hearing it on Gilles Peterson’s show and it really caught my ear because it sounded fresh and I hadn’t heard anything like it. I hit him up and we did a session. I also wanted to have a verse in there so hit up Jay – I’ve been a fan of his work for a while. Everything came together very naturally. The tune is essentially about reaching equilibrium in your own life… fresh starts and bettering yourself – so all things considered it felt pretty poignant and really resonated with me.”

 

 

 



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