Heistheartist – “Boom” (Love Version) – transposes crystal-clear artistry through spiritual glistening

Heistheartist is an American Christian singer-songwriter from Central Islip, NY. Formerly a secular neo-soul singer signed to Bentley Records under his biological name LeeMann Bassey, Heistheartist discovered that his true calling was with the Lord, after hearing an inspiring sermon by TD Jakes online one day. That day he was inspired to teach the world about the Lord like TD Jakes did with his Sermon, but through music. The song “Boom” – a song that mixes sensuality with religion – is actually based on a dream that Heistheartist had one night, in which he had relations with an angel. “Boom”

Bobby Royale – “Live Jazz at Staarsound” – There is an artistic quality in the music that cannot be overlooked

Some see hip-hop and jazz as an unholy alliance, maybe even the vulgarization of jazz. But other musicians see the genre-melding as a positive development. Every so often, in some corner of the globe in fact, you’ll find a handful of jazz musicians experimenting with jazz and hip-hop hybrids. In some ways the musical connection would seem inevitable. After all, early gospel, blues and jazz employed call-and-response cadences dealing with the same themes prevalent in hip-hop today. For some, though, the similarities end there. Straight ahead jazz musicians who have had their music sampled appreciate their work being exposed to

J.Drive – “Untitled” showers the auditory canvas with musical ideas

Hailing from the inner city of Youngstown, Ohio’s Southside, Jessie “J.Drive” grew up in a small apartment in a violent neighborhood without his natural mother or father.  At a very young age he realized that his natural affinity for basketball and Hip-hop music would become the tools necessary to pave his way to a more comfortable lifestyle.  Despite the tragic events that ended his hoop dreams, Jessie’s understanding of what it takes to make the best of his gifts regardless of circumstances is what has brought him thus far. Currently he is pushing his latest single called “Untitled”. In his

“Millions” shows off how talented and self-assured DboySlim is!

“Millions”, the track by DboySlim, has an incendiary takeoff, wasting zero time to underscore the necessary sense of urgency through a compacted sonic boom and a room full of booty. The backdrop is made of a dynamic piano loop, skittering hi-hats, and twisting synths, while the rapper updates his dance-swaying lyricism. DboySlim is impressive to say the least, while the track absolutely bumps. He creates an intense atmosphere that makes you want to jump around and groove. “Millions” shows off how talented and self-assured DboySlim is, and how he can probably live up to any hype you want to put

Andree Cassielll – “Alimento” – a universality that makes him a perfect fit for the modern era!

The Mexico City native, Andree Cassielll, possesses a down-to-earth humility in his vocal tone that makes his storytelling raps feel like they’re always coming from a place of truth over fiction. Considering the producer and artist, predominantly sings and raps in Spanish, which I cannot understand, that’s an impressive feat. The trap-inspired beats flicker in and out as Andree becomes more invested in his storytelling, and it truly feels like you’re on the phone with a rambling friend. He’s a poet, capable of transporting you somewhere otherworldly with his sound. His music has a genuine fluidity, and if he continues

EH – “Mirrors” lets it fly with the fret-board work to thoroughly rock you!

Baltimore rock guitar ace EH reaffirms his top-of-the-heap status on his new 7 track album “Mirrors”. It’s a superlative set of new music full of tightly-written, engaging instrumentals that don’t need a singer up front to rock hard and hold your attention. This type of writing is EH’s trademark, and is one of the main reasons he will develop a audience. While many other technically-proficient rock guitarists mainly play for other guitar players, EH seems to play for the people. He relies less on continuous shredding and more, on dynamically impacting riffs. EH gets us going with his opening track, “Pounding

Boonie Mayfield – “While Black (Red Light, Blue Light, E’s and R’s)” – sentiments nurtured by a history of prejudice

Solomon Vaughn aka Boonie Mayfield has always traded dazzlingly intricate verses, intellectual thoughts and propulsive rhymes, over inventive, nonlinear productions, and his latest release “While Black (Red Light, Blue Light, E’s and R’s)” re-proposes that peerless aesthetic, while adding an ulterior dose of consciousness, and reinforcing his hard-won authenticity. “This song is a 2-part storyteller based on some of my personal experiences with racism; from getting racially profiled by police, dealing with stereotypes while dating and the ugly side of interacting on social media,” explained Boonie. “I was inspired to display some of the scenarios I’ve gone through on a

Sassy Vee – “In My Dreams” has a fantastic chill dance rhythm running its course

Longing, hope, and a need to believe in reality, pour out of “In My Dreams”, the new singer by singer-songwriter Sassy Vee. It’s a clear, accomplished cry from the heart, exorcising its illusions by declaring them bluntly. “In my dreams we’re together. Holding hands and making plans forever. I wish it were true, but I cannot be with you. You have another.” The song introduces Sassy’s strengths: a voice with sultry intensity, songwriting that goes directly to the point and a production that is well aware of both EDM and Pop. The song’s arrangement is lucid and uncluttered, placing all

Adrian Davis Releases Brand New Single: ‘We Can Do It’

July 2020 – This year has not been the easiest by a long shot, with lock-down rules keeping people indoor and breaking havoc on our lifestyles. In addition to that, we are all experiencing social and political tension, casting even more uncertainty on these hard times. Having said that, there is still hope: We Can Do It! Such is the positive message behind Adrian Davis’ brand new single release, and its inspiring title. His music is a great example of what happens when there is a special synergy in a production. Everything feels absolutely balanced, with a stark attention to

Max M continues to expand his musical catalog with his new track ‘Imaginary Problems’

The emerging legacy of artist, deejay, and producer Max M has captured the attention of music lovers from around the world. Max M’s passion for DJing and music production began during his teen years. He would later begin a successful career in Computer Science and gain renown as an IT expert before returning to the music world a few months ago. Max M’s heralded return was marked by the release of two singles Under Water and Never Wanna Leave, which were ranked first and fifth on the American DJ site Digital DJ Pool. Max M continues to expand his musical

“Get It In While You Can” possesses the ability to get your head bobbing and feet yearning

“Get It In While You Can,” by Stephanie Harris and Patrick Peyton is a dance record that makes you sing, dance and laugh. It also reminds you to love, pray and forgive. With lyrics by Stephanie Harris and Music by Patrick Peyton, this tune is great for parties, birthdays, nightclubs and picnics. It has that Washington, D.C. rhythm and beat, to an R&B and soul sound. The instant the groove hits, with its funky shuffle and reverb-heavy snappy snares, you knew this is a song that will drag many to the dance floor. The track has a swagger to it that is as much about the groove as it is about the energetic vocal delivery. Giving a plenty of attitude to the track, the singer owns the lyrics and gives each word more gravitas.

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The stacked backing vocals in the pre-chorus pull you in and delivers on the chorus as well. It allows the singer to put his charm and bag of fiery vocal tricks to good use. The joyous, feel-good track is all bright and bouncy with the vocals filling out the driving arrangement.

“Get It In While You Can” possesses the ability to get your head bobbing and feet yearning to bust out the running man. Musically, Patrick Peyton made sure that this is track far removed from the current, standard by-the-numbers dance fare that is being offered by the dozen at the time.

Patrick Peyton is started playing drums around the age of eleven, and began writing songs during his later years in high school. A competent all-round percussionist, after high school Peyton started acquiring studio equipment, while working at a guitar center. He took an audio engineering course and developed an interest in music production.

Throughout the years, he worked as a drummer and has worked with various local DMV artists to produce music. He has his own imprint – Peysonic Music, LLC., through which he continues to release music and collaborate with and assist others in realizing their own musical ambitions.

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Infectious and a real party starter, “Get It In While You Can” keeps the energy high as the singer proclaims: “Oh…Get it in while you can, cause life’s too short. You feel me!” From the bridge to the verses and of course the hook, this song is earworm danceability at its best – a true stomper. A

ll-round the track has a great beat and bass line, with some cutting edge enhancements, and defiantly strong vocals. When it comes to dance tracks, it seems like we’ve heard a thousand versions of the same clones. Some are so many paint-by-the-numbers dance tracks that they feel like a retreads, with little to no adventure or creativity.

This inspirational dance single, “Get It In While You Can,” is not one of those aforementioned tunes. It’s a lively, celebratory track full of soul and rhythm, with powerfully stirring vocal as well as some motivational lyrics.

The creativity of Stephanie Harris and Patrick Peyton, together with their musical crew and star vocals will command your attention from start to finish, with soulful swagger and funky spice. Your ears and feet will be grateful for this groovy gift!

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