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“Mr. Rogers” is Bill C Da Dons first single off his upcoming EP “Bigger Than Life” Full of energy and bounce, “Mr. Rogers” carries a universal theme that everyone can relate to; no matter where you are in your journey, you always put on for your city.
This track amplifies the idea that grinding is a habit and, in Bill C’s neighborhood, a lifestyle. Won’t you be my neighbor?
Shot by roundhouse pictures, directed & edited by Incisive, the minimalistic Mind Games video reflects Incisive’s Production of the track.
Mind Games conveys the Idea of your mind playing tricks on you. Delving into his darkest thoughts and fears, Incisive is assisted by singer/songwriter Rukhsana Merrise in his latest effort.
In case you missed it, Miami’s Art Morera releases the official video for “Waiting” as directed, filmed and edited by Kimber Vasquez.
“Waiting”, which was produced by The Kno, appears on Art Morera’s full length album “Around Midnight” available on iTunes.
Both hailing from Jacksonville, NC, Louis. and his joint producer Sandbox Czar present a remastered version of “Bending Corners” in which Louis.
showcases his lyrical capabilities as he touches on everything from taking hold of the night-life to getting fired from his day job at Kohls. Sandbox Czar’s deep-progressive production completes the track as the two artists collaborate to create a gold song.
Part conscious, part party rap, “Bending Corners” is an electrifying song sure to get you hype for whatever the night throws at you.
Philly rapper Quilly (formerly known as Quilly Millz) unveils a gritty new single titled “Rodney King,” following the summer success of his radio friendly hit single “Real One.”
In the thought-provoking record, the Philly native belts out “can we all just get along, Rodney King…I had a dream, I had a dream, Martin Luther King” on the intense hook, accompanied by his clever lyricism.
De’Wayne Jackson is an artist who still gives you the art of storytelling and painting a vivid picture for the listener to enjoy and relate to at the same time.
In this song “Had To Wait” he tells you how he took the greatest risk of us life so far as a 19 year old by moving from Houston, TX to California to chase his dream.
If that’s not motivational and worth being heard I’m not sure what would be.
Tre’ Crowell is back again as he releases his single for the week “Laundry Day (Lyrical Exercise)” which he wrote & DJ Steez produced.
Laundry Day is a lyric driven track with a boom bap feel that true hip hop listeners are sure to love.