Conscious Rapper Apex aka Levi delivers “The Elevation Clause”

Culture is the best way for self-expression to cultivate if used in the right manner. In this techno savvy era, the authenticity of culture is somewhere getting lost, for everyone wants to join the rat race. One best way to pass this important message to the mass is through music, especially hip hop and rap. This art form has already been used as the platform to speak out loud about the different things taking place in the society. The umbrella term hip hop has a significant part known as conscious rapping performed by rappers who deliver social awareness message to

WATCH VIDEO: “Israeli’s Netta, the 2018 EuroVision Winner Jacked My Chicken Dab Style” – Claims‎ Nigerian Swiss Based Artist NazB

Nigerian Swiss Based Artist Naz B has reacted to the recent victory of Israeli Netta at the 2018 Eurovision song contest with the song “Toy” which was allegedly written and composed by Doron Medalie and Stav Beger.  The West African rapper claimed that the Chicken Dab Style which influenced Netta’s win was his trademark chicken dance moves that attracted overwhelming votes for her with her pink-haired backing singers and dancers. Thousands of people from all over the world enjoyed the spectacular live shows at Lisbon’s Altice Arena last week, with over 200 million viewers tuning in on television as it

NEWS FROM HNA MUSIC NEW RELEASE “DJ” PDS NOW AVAILABLE

The dance pop song, DJ, on the EP entitled DJ is full of excitement and delight! An upbeat, feel-good song to dance to, exercise to or merely listen to as you’re driving local or on a road trip needing a few tracks to keep you engaged, three tracks thumpin. The ecstatic track sure to make you smile while you’re moving to the beat. An upbeat, feel-good song and with an actual story behind it. The song about young women who loves music and DJ who’s delivering it a shared interest soon a relationship; music DJ, and love. The story and

Seattle legend Ian Crawford releases his debut album “Grand Wheel”

Grand Wheel, Ian Crawford’s debut album, was released on April 1st, 2018. This album, years in the making, proves worth the wait. Each track feels like an adventure, part of the larger picture that is the album. Grand Wheel flows effortlessly between songs, masterfully transitioning between both songs and stylings. Ian Crawford is a Washington native, who has played with a number of artists throughout the years since he began playing music in adolescence. Prior to releasing Grand Wheel, he released No Contest (2016) with his band The Contestants. Twitter / Instagram / Spotify / iTunes

Dunja World: “One” – warm instrumentation and a finely tuned arrangement

Dunja World is a classically trained pianist, singer-songwriter now residing in New York. As a survivor of Civil War in 1999, Dunja came to the US with no friends or family, and has since used her talent to compose music for film, television, and commercials. She has performed at prestigious venues, including the White House, and has worked with well-known film directors and music producers. Dunja worked with One Foundation to create her current release – “One” – a simple, yet affecting, song with a message of peace, that could be easily translated and sung by a wide range of

Trae Morris: “The Door” maintains a build-up with veteran techniques

Born in Mississippi and raised in Fayetteville, North Carolina Trae Morris is an independent R&B artist who launched his career in 2014 when he signed with vHIZions Management for artist development; shortly thereafter, he would co-write and release his debut single “Deeper.” After relocating to Atlanta in 2015, Morris aligned with the JP Agency. This would connect Morris with the trio known as Those Guys Music, comprised of singer/songwriters Amore Jones, Steven Ashley, and Grammy Award winning producer and engineer Jeremiah Adkins. In the fall of 2016, Those Guys Music produced the summertime track “End the Night”, written by Dee

Kilo M.O.E’s Rambo Video Delivers On Its Long Awaited Build Up

After Going Almost 3 years without a visual Kilo M.O.E finally delivers the goods with a dual punch from his latest Single Rambo. As the first official preview of the Shoot- Which Also Featured M.O.E’s Debut Single to the Feddy Andretti project ‘Braggin’ produced by Twanbeatmaker, Kilo M.O.E’s “Go To” for Production. “I am The Sh**; And ain nobody out here like us”, M.O.E Taunts as He flexes his muscle in the South Florida Back drop. The track’s accompanying music video sees Kilo M.O.E Spitting his bars by himself in various locations where he coincidentally started his rapidly growing Record Label O.M.G

The Upper Tunist to release self-titled new album!

Jason Hunter is a driven producer, artist and musician with a stunning sonic vision. He makes music as “The Upper Tunist”, and he is about to release a solid brand new album by the same name. This project was a huge labor of love and passion for Jason, who spent a lot of time and all of his hard-earned money trying to produce the best possible music. His creativity went so far that he even invented his own, genre, MIXTAPE music! With this cool genre idea, it’s really hard to predict exactly what the next song will sound like, because

ECHOGLASS – The enveloping embrace of the resonant pianos and layered guitar-driven rhythms

Formed in 2016 ECHOGLASS are composed of frontman DA McKenna, guitarist Remmy, bassist Bo Calista and drummer Bam. They are currently independent and release their music on Darkhouse Recordings. With their heritage deep in the great North West of England music scene, they are inspired by the artists, poets and legends of the region like Shaun Ryder, Ian Curtis, Pete Shelley, Gary Aspden, LS Lowry, The Beatles, James, Oasis, Mark E. Smith, Ian Brown and Morrissey to name but a few. The group’s debut single, “Last to Know” was released in 2017 and draws upon their period roaming the great American wilderness.  This was followed by second singles, “Blackburn Boulevard” released

DAV!D&CLARA: “BODY WORK” – a celebration of epic musical proportions

The new album by DAV!D&CLARA: half man, half machine. Together they have created what is a self-professed “collection of guilty pleasures”. 14 tracks that are fun, inventive, and meteoric on impact from start to finish. An electronic celebration marking the duos 10th year making music. “BODY WORK”, available now on Bandcamp with full booklet. Crashing into the atmosphere this summer to iTunes all other digital and streaming services. Get DAV!D&CLARA’s new album “BODYWORK”. Bandcamp: http://tinyurl.com/p3ls2cu iTunes: http://tinyurl.com/q5muhky Spotify: http://tinyurl.com/pk8gaxa Amazon: http://tinyurl.com/osxgoys SUBSCRIBE to DAV!D&CLARA:  Website: http://www.davidandclara.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/davidandclara Facebook: http://facebook.com/davidandclara YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/thedavidandclara Spotify: http://tinyurl.com/pk8gaxa BODY WORK by DAV!D&CLARA

Chewy Ent: “More Than Words” Simple Yet Insanely Tight!

Of the many, many rap mixtapes I listen to “More Than Words” is unquestionably one of the most entertaining. The production work is incredible; every track gets your adrenaline pumping while the beats respect hip-hop’s history, with old school tracks mixed in. The mixtape, particularly “We came A Long Way” and “Waterfalls” feature honestly creative production work – not something you see on a lot of mainstream rap these days. More modern sentiments are represented as well, particularly on “Model Status” ft. Lunatic. But there’s a lot of good production going on each of these tracks.

Chewy Ent’s rhymes are good, as they all measure up to the beats, but he’s at his best when he just cuts loose and has some fun, as on “Bam” or “Leanin Like My Leg Broke” ft. Crunch-Time. But he can get social, as on “Another Day Another Dollar” ft. Lunatic, or he can get political like on “Hold You Down”.

However I was entertained by this entire mixtape. I can actually listen all the way through without skipping tracks. To me that alone deserves a five star rating. Considering there are nineteen tracks included on this mixtape!

I have to say each beat is unique from what you might expect in a ‘down south’ album. Chewy Ent has definitely stepped his game up and I look forward to his future releases. I strongly recommend this “More Than Words”. It proves to be one of the better mixtapes coming from the south this year.

Chewy Ent is unique as a rapper, from his voice to his flow to his adlibs to his wordplay. His flow is so confident, literally making you hang on to his every word. His adlibs make the songs instantly enjoyable as he puts some emphasis on words, after some of the amazing lines he spits.

Speaking of lines, his lyrics are simple yet somehow are insanely tight as well as catchy with double meanings all through the lyrics, as well as a lot of wordplay and many sayings; almost as if he’s talking in code.

“More Than Words” is a straight up classic for the South and for everywhere else. Every single song is an anthem and is memorable in some way. Every single beat is banging. Every single beat is riding. The mixtape is very cohesive as it flows from track to track effortlessly. It’s one of those mixtapes that just make you feel good. The type of music, that when you’re chilling with the boys, everybody knows the words and everybody’s jamming. This is the kind of music that the women love as well, because it’s full of anthems and it’s not too hard or too soft.

There are several tracks to bang in your ride on the way to the club. If you don’t grab this mixtape you’re definitely missing out. Chewy Ent sounds like a seasoned lyricist. His flows and beats are contagious.

From start to finish “More Than Words” set’s itself apart from a lot of music. The beats fit Chewy Ent’s style of lyrics, and he holds his own on tracks shared with featured artists. Sometimes the greatest rhyme is not the most complex, but the greatest rhyme is the most understandable. Chewy Ent is not just a rapper, Chewy Ent his on his way to being a movement!

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