From dropping the hot anthem "Rush" Dream Big Empire's rapper and recording artist Blacc Cuzz, dropped “Make A Way”. "Make a Way" has made its way to various blogs, playlists, and mixtapes; the record allows for Blacc Cuzz to paint vivid pictures of street life over soulful chords and funky, hard-hitting bass. Today we present to you the official lyric video so you can learn the words and single along with the Lincoln Ave., Pittsburgh, PA superstar. Check out the official "Make A Way" lyric video below.
Back on the music scene with her 1st single of 2021, Hollywood Brittany a Portland Oregon native. Now Las Vegas resident. Drops Pretty Bitcheson all platforms, With a very colorful visual on YouTube. Stay Connected With Hollywood Brittany:https://www.instagram.com/_hollywoodbrittany_/See More
A.A.G. Records and JLC present his latest, explicit track “No Walls” available now on digital platforms. The single features Crystal Lalucci and Dee Stakz. The cinematic melodies along with striking tones and knocking bass sets the tone for this exclusive, grown folk’s music. There’re women out here with no walls slipping and sliding through the streets living a loose…See More
New single released today and the fourth to be taken from the album "Lead by Example" by London's Ramson Badbonez, his debut as a producer.Out on August 27th through New Dawn Records, rarely has such a line up of hip hop heavyweights from both sides of the Atlantic featured together on the one LP, resulting in a showcase of the highest quality rhymes, beats and…See More
Description:Progress Supreme is an artist from Tacoma, Washington. Responsible for 4 albumsin 18 months (Forever Winning, Pure Playmaker, Creative Dreamer and SupremeElement) he is paving his own way and creating a unique sound. One of hisbreakout songs “Act Like” has been gaining attention from many with 40kstreams on Spotify. Progress supreme is pushing people to be theirauthentic…See More
A planned biopic of jazz icon Thelonious Monk is in trouble as recently cast star Yasiin Bey has stepped back from the project in the wake of disapproval from Monk’s family. In an Instagram post, Bey (formerly known under the moniker Mos Def) said, “Let me be clear, if the Monk Estate is not happy with it, if Mr. Monk III is not happy with it, then neither am I. To…See More