H2theBizza – Dooba | There For You [Review]

H2theBizza’s unique sound has been shaped by his upbringing in both India and Washington DC, which exposed him to a diverse range of musical genres and cultures. His music aims to unite people from different backgrounds through the universal language of music.

One example of this can be heard in his track titled “Dooba”, where he seamlessly blends hip hop elements with Bollywood styles. The melancholic melody in the chorus, wrapped in a reggaeton beat, provides a striking contrast to the classic hip hop verses.

Another track, “There For You”, showcases H2theBizza’s musical versatility with a fusion of bluesy guitars, synth sounds and a classic old school flavoured beat mixed with modern trap infused snares. The clean vocals in the chorus add an extra layer of depth, while the rap in the verses drives the song forward. Overall, H2theBizza’s music is a testament to the power of cross-cultural collaboration and the magic that can happen when diverse musical styles come together.

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Bex & Bright – Run It Up | My Style [News]

Capturing the dichotomy of knowing ones potential and being trapped by the short changing expectations of others, “Run It Up” is a powerful encapsulation of life under modern society. Similar to the nail biting tension of living under the gun, the lyrical prowess is a stark reminder not to ever underestimate the downtrodden. The first single off the debut album by Bex & Bright showcases their emotional and melodic range offset by the featured rapper 1L1L’s knife’s edge seething delivery. The track infuses drilling percussion, thundering bass, and haunting choral elements.

Next on the list, “My Style”, where Infectious Philadelphia emcee GradedAxe joins the incomparable production duo Bex & Bright to deliver another instant classic. GradedAxe pairs a truly impressive vocal performance with one of the hard-hitting ethereal beats that Bex & Bright have become known for. This track is a true earworm and one that you will want to have playing on repeat.

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grimeykenneth – She [News]

Lots of fun , lackadaisical energy coming from the get-go. Lyrics are pretty simple. It’s a young man giving warning to another that if he doesn’t treat his woman right the narrator will snatch up his boo-boo bear for his own.

Blaize Infinger (grimeykenneth) is a 22 year old Alt-Rap act out of Austin, TX. He started making music about 2 years ago and have committed to it through and through. In 2020, when the pandemic hit, he transferred from playing football at D-2 in Texas, to a private trade school for audio engineering so he could hold the means to creating his music and content. Ultimately, his main goal is not just to be a musician, but an entertainer with widely varying work.

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Louis Miller – Destruction

What comes after destruction?

Louis Miller has returned with his latest single, “Destruction.” The song is defined by Louis Miller’s clean, consistent, and at times, melodic flow, accompanied by infectious verses that exude raw energy. The beat adheres to the classic trap formula, and it carries a haunting quality. A kick-driven beat, combined with deep 808s, creates a hard-hitting sound that will move your sub speaker. The melodic theme is simple yet captivating, providing a constant companion from beginning to end. It is noteworthy that the instrumental was produced entirely by the artist, demonstrating his unwavering commitment to the project. For trap enthusiasts in search of new, and with an atmospheric touch sounds, this track is a must-listen.

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Lemar French – Moving Stars

Who we are?
In Lemar French’s latest offering titled “Moving Stars”, the track boasts engaging rich flows. The instrumental is powered by a beautifully elegant and tastefully detuned piano progression, imbuing a calming R&B vibe into the overall feel of the song. The beat itself is especially notable, being warmly organic and intricate, and giving off the impression of an acoustic drum kit that has been artistically manipulated .Overall, the song has a calming and atmospheric vibe that is really attractive.

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Wowashwow – Class Enrollment [Interview]

Describe your sound in 3 words


What was the inspiration behind your latest single, “Class Enrollment”?

This was birthed from an uncomfortable text conversation, that made me realize my value and self worth as a woman.

What drew you to the theatrical aspect of music, and how do you incorporate that into your performances?

Ha! Hunty chile I am the product of years of theater training. I attending a performing arts high school in south jersey (SNJPAand I spent many childhood summers in an intense training camp held by Freedom Theater in Philly. It was an all black theater company that trained many greats such as Oprah, Denzel Washington to name a few.

Which is your most personal and honest lyric?

I do this for my grandma who use to work in the fields. Sun up to sundown picking green beans until her hands couldn’t muthafuckin feel”
Song: Bernice Album: I’m A Hashole

What is the biggest challenge you have faced as an artist so far?

being an independent artist in the sea of record label giants is tough. But with the blessing of an amazing team, I’m able to navigate through everything.

How do you balance the need to create music that is both commercially viable and artistically authentic?

I’ve stopped worrying about what is commercially viable. Because honestly, what does that even mean anyway? I make music that makes you want to stomp ya foot. The hooks I write are infectious af and will absolutely get stuck in your head. So to me, that’s commercial. But also, I’m still true to me, because who else am I going to be?

When was the last time you danced?

I’m dancing right now during this interview, haha.

Thank you!

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Jumbok Jay – Veins [Review]

Jumbok Jay’s latest release “Veins” is a beautifully crafted hip hop track that is sure to capture your attention. The track features a melodic autotuned hook that is both catchy and memorable, with a flow on the verses that is direct and to the point. The instrumental is driven by a melancholic piano pattern that is mixed with heavy 808s, creating a dynamic and powerful sound that keeps the listener engaged throughout the song. The video clip for “Veins” is a minimalist work that perfectly captures the vibe of the song. The visuals are simple and clean, with a focus on JUMBOKJAY and the music itself. This allows the viewer to fully immerse themselves in the sound and lyrics of the track, without any distracting or unnecessary elements. Lyrically, “Veins” is a powerful statement about authenticity. “I got real in my veins. I’m not fake. I’m real. I am actually existing as a thing. I’m occurring in fact. I am not imagined. I am not supposed.” These lyrics speak to the importance of being true to oneself and living an authentic life, a message that is both powerful and inspiring. Listen below!

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Tahjae – Rules [Review]

Tahjae’s most popular track “Rules” is a testament to the artist’s skill and ideas. The track showcases Tahjae’s ability to break the rules with every rhyme, resulting in a fast-paced, energetic hip hop track that is sure to get heads nodding. The instrumental for “Rules” is based on a simple piano line where the chords are played repetitively, creating a catchy melody that serves as the backbone of the beat.  The heavy 808s add a nice texture to the beat giving it a sense of weight and power that is essential for the genre. The result is an instrumental that effectively complements Tahjae’s punchy verses, creating a hard-hitting and memorable track.
Don’t follow the rules. Make them! Listen below!

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Akaleshnus – Drugs Riddim [Review]

Feel the high with Drugs Riddim.
Akaleshnu’s latest hip-hop release featuring Juggernaut and Catalyst is an exciting track that showcases the artists’ intriguing mix of unique styles and creativity. The instrumental is not your typical beat, but instead incorporates futuristic synth sounds and an exciting groove that keeps the listener engaged from start to finish. On top of that and probably the most impressive aspect of the track is the variety in deliveries that each artist brings. These flow switches make a dynamic and interesting listening experience that never gets stale. Production wise the track evolves constantly too, with new elements being added and removed as the song progresses. A track that is sure to impress fans of the genre.

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Girondolini – Girondolini [Interview]

Describe your sound in 3 words

Groovy, Experimental, BigBeat

Tell us a few things about Girondolini.

Girondolini is the Soloproject of a drummer who played for a variety of bands and finally started to go his own ways. The idea is to follow my own intentions. Finding Loops and sounds I can play drums to. Finding something that catches me not only for a few minutes. When I really want to jump behind the drumkit while startin with a sample or synth loop, I know it’s leading somewhere.

How has your background as a drummer and producer influenced your hip hop style and sound?

The Groove and Beats. When I am working on a new track it’s always about the drums. Sometimes I just want to find a nice loop to groove to. When playing to a loop I sometimes stay with a groove for quite a long time to not only play the right beat but catch the feeling that makes the tune special.
When I am not 100% happy with the drums, the track’s not done.

What are some of your biggest musical influences and how have they shaped your work?

I would say it’s a mixture of influences. From BigBeat – Alternative Hip Hop – to more experimental Electronic and pop.
When I was younger I was a huge fan of Rage against the machine and The Prodigy. I think the big and timeless Sound of The Prodigys “The Fat of the Land” and the crazy Energy, Groove and Sound- aestethic of RATMs “Evil Empire” could be described as my biggest influence for start playing drums and making music in general.
The DIY idea of Punkrock always fascinated me since my teenage years and the musical freedom of Jazz inspires me everyday.

What do you believe sets your hip hop music apart from others, and what do you hope people take away from listening to your work?

I think because it is a mixture of styles. I wouldn’t describe the record as a hip hop only Album. Of course there’s a lot of hip hop influence but I would also say there’s a lot of BigBeat from the early 00’s in it as also electronic and experimental sounds.
I am trying to stay with my idea of sound and music. Doing what i like first – as it’s my Soloproject.
Of course I am happy if people like it.

What advice would you give to your younger self?

Don’t stress yourself. Enjoy what you’re doing and be thankful.

One last thing we should know about you?


Thank you!

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