Atlanta-via-Cleveland singer Vee Griggs flipped a high school football career to R&B’s newest sensation.
While Vee Griggs works on his debut project Unchanneled Aggression, he teamed up with in-house production team P RnB Jonez and Snugz Music to create a catchy lead single titled, “Everybody/Party”.
As the name suggest, the upbeat instrumental captivates ears while Vee Griggs’ vocals offer an intriguing concept and range.
King Blaise returns to premier a brand new track titled “Roulette”, As a part of his newly announced #2MonthsofReign series in which he will debut new music every week for two months.
Every song will contain a portrait and quote describing the story Blaison will be conveying within the music. Produced by Best Kept Secret, This is the first of many gems.
Produced once again by Fly Boi Eastwood, the single reflects the trials and tribulations our generation faces today, and questions financial responsibility, as well as social-political issues destroying our neighborhoods.
The significance in this record is bigger than the raw lyrics; this song embodies the all too common struggle of urban America, as well as the hunger to get out of living in the hell, that is the projects.
A-Ha! Records artist E. Grizzly teams up again with PKG Studios to release the new music video “Bag Check”. This is E. Grizzly’s 4th installment to his hip hop video series “Generation A”.
In this new installment E. Grizzly verbally attacks corporations, the IRS, the FBI, and governments for invading the privacy of the common person. The song is inspired by his real life experiences with the FBI. Grizzly is tied up in the video and has guns to his head symbolizing his helplessness for financial freedom.
He refers to the powers that be as control freaks and fights to the end of the video to get out of these financial ties but he is unsuccessful. The video was directed by Jay Brisbon and Alex Halpin. It was edited by Jay Brisbon at PKG Studios. The song was produced by 1994!
This project, Gallery Of Oddities, is a 4 disc piece of released & (previously) unreleased instrumental material, some of which stays in the typical sample-based hip hop realm & some of which strays off into the experimental & electronic realms.