Pittsburgh vet Ray Dawn jumps back onto the scene in “Glorious” fashion with the debut of his brand new visuals directed by Y. Money of 7FU Films.
The Jahlil Beats produced cut was shot in the east end of his city where he stakes his claim of victory as he runs through the streets in late night fashion.
With a straight forward message, Ray delivers his signature flow, letting the world know that he’s never stressing, just thanking God for all of his blessings. This will live on his upcoming project “Crucifix Powerbomb”, which is slated for release in the near future.
Upon his return from Atlanta’s A3C Festival, Palermo Stone was asked what the experience meant to him:
“It was an honor representing the city of Pittsburgh and our music scene at a national festival. As an indie up-and-comer it was quite the experience, eye opening and inspirational. Being able to enjoy the experience with other rising stars from Pittsburgh was awesome, especially because our city is so divided on so many other days. It was a great example of how we can come together to make magic happen.” – Palermo Stone
This documentary gives rare behind-the-scenes footage of how an indie artist makes an A3C trip possible. From the travel arrangements, to the show designs, to the day-to-day, to the performance, nothing is a given and the fact that so many artists make this journey is a testament to their passion and persistence.
Newburgh, NY newcomer D. Di’Yari is serving up the visuals to his newest banger “Too Paid”. The businessman of the block gives us the chance to tag along as he rides around his town collecting his ends and sealing his deals.
With Sage English behind the lens we watch Di’Yari juggle multiple burners while attending to his clients and advising his partners on which move is to be made next, all while trying not to get caught up in the system.
This song will be featured on his new project “Break The Law” which you can expect in the months to come.