Ivan N. YaMouf drops off a nice new sound to end and begin the new year. I enjoyed the smoothness of the beat produced by Kino Beats, and Ivan's catchy chorus "and we gonna blow this year," simple but direct and flows nicely to the beat. LVCHLD gives us a pretty solid versus, a good collaborative effort from the duo, I like Supa Luxe. Ivan if you keep dropping songs like this you're sure to manifest those words. Nice sound for you, and keep going!
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A unique sound for the Atlanta scene by the growing artist ReddSterling! The "Before Affect" has a nice sound that instantly grabs your attention, making the audience want more from the artist. The song reminds me a little of Travis Scotts "Antidote," which is not a bad thing at all.
Music MondayC4 Kaboom grew up listening to the hip hop genre but his deepest inner most influence stems from his father, a Brooklyn NY native who was also a composer and lyricist. At the age of 15, C4 Kaboom experienced his first on-stage hip hop performance at the Orpheum Theatre in Tampa FL as part of a duo “unstoppable force”. His solo song, “ghetto love” literally mesmerized and moved the crowd. During his senior year in high school C4 Kaboom performed at the State Theater in St Petersburg, FL in his first Home Grown Hip Hop show. His stage performance created an electrifying buzz among the crowd. The next year C4 Kaboom performed at the Local 662 Club in St. Petersburg, FL in Homegrown Hip Hop 2, where his mixtape Punchline Season 1 was debuted and where he transitioned from the stage name “mr phenomenal” into “C4 Kaboom, featuring ODMFW”. It was amazing to watch ½ of the crowd bounce vigorously to the beat and the other ½ star gazing like zombies in a trance.
B. ReillyWanting to make a difference in the music industry, Canadian rapper Ben Reilly has always felt music has been the most amazing way to express oneself. Representing Edmonton, Alberta, the wordsmith has taken baby steps, yet worked hard towards his goal. Launching his career in 2012, the rapper released his first single, which was a failure, leading him to leave the label he was signed with and take a break. This time was taken off in order to get a better understanding of how to succeed in a music industry that has been booming digitally. Launching his label 82 Entertainment, his first mixtape, Maximum Pressure, is set for release in stores and for free download next year. It will sport features from Busta Rhymes, Akon, Freeway, 8Ball & MJG, among others, with production from DJ Felli Fel and Don Cannon. 82 Entertainment gains it’s name from the year 1982, when Canada gained independence from the UK, quite fitting for it’s status as an independent imprint. Ben Reilly was given the opportunity to work with Richie Rich as his mentor, and release Maximum Pressure as an album, but backed out at the last minute, wanting to earn his place in the industry by himself.
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The project consists of 6 songs, and talks a lot about the mental, physical and emotional states of being alive. And after the release of HAYD, it is safe to say that he is more alive than ever. This is the biggest and most successful addition to his career and he couldn't be happier with both it, and all the love and support he is getting.
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The Tracklist includes:
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- Morning Thoughts
- Smoking Gas
- I Can't Breathe
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Shakur, Master P, UGK, Playa Fly, and Lil White. Vant also credits his
father for his love of clear lyrics. Vant stated, “My father had his
own style of clearly describing the neighborhood through rhymes. And you can see a lot of that in my lyrics.” At twelve years old, Vant wrote and performed his first song. He has the uncanny ability to understand his surroundings and quickly decipher it through lyrics. Growing up in the heart of zone 4 has not been easy for Vant. And his pain and struggles are clearly depicted in his songs. Vant loves to paint poetic pictures about his environment, because the people in his community inspire him. He believes that most rap artists struggle to paint a clear picture of the streets, because they never lived it. Vant Gotti’s music is raw and in HD, and you will enjoy him as your tour guide.
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