Posts tagged with "Trap"

Lil Mosey × Lunay

Lil Mosey joins forces with trap star Lunay on “Top Gone.” The new track finds Mosey hoping to impress his lady friend with his expensive taste in cars and fast-paced demeanor, and Lunay’s versatility opens doors for the rap heavyweight in the Latin music space.

Listen to “Top Gone” here.

Mosey’s “Blueberry Faygo” is one of the hottest songs of the summer, and he shows no signs of slowing down. Even after an initial leak, the song soared to the No. 1 slot on the Rhythmic Songs chart, and the Cole Bennett-directed video garnered over 122 million views on YouTube and peaked at No. 8 on the Hot 100.

Lunay is on the rise, too- his latest single “Relaciones” was released last month. At 19, Lunay already has plenty of hits from his 2019 album Epico– which went No. 1 on Billboard’s Latin Sales chart- including “Aventura” and “Soltera,” with the latter’s remix featuring Latin powerhouses Bad Bunny and Daddy Yankee.

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Brakence wearing a mask

Brakence – “Sauceintherough” Visual

WATCH BRAKENCE TAKE A TRIP IN THE PSYCHEDELIC NEW VISUAL FOR “SAUCEINTHEROUGH”

WATCH HERE

LISTEN TO PUNK2 HERE

Shortly after the release of his new song “sauce in therough,” brakence follows up with the trippy video counterpart produced by Overcast and directed by Daniel Jordan K. The music video filmed in his hometown of Columbus, Ohio gives the hallucinatory essence that also presents itself in the raw emotions heard in the song. At such a young age, brakence continues to create a clear vision of his teen experience with his artistry.

The 18-year-old Columbus, OH native brakence self-released his debut full length punk2 earlier this year. With his unique brand of pop music blends elements of punk, alternative and trap, the album is filled with infectious songs like today’s “sauceintherough.” The new song is included in the rerelease of his debut album punk2, which features breakout tracks “fuckboy” as well as “fwb” and “dropout.”

Listen to the album HERE

“2019 was a particularly fruitful year for brakence”FADER

“While brakence is on the journey to finding himself and his place in this world, we are more than along for the ride”Ones To Watch

“the bedroom jam you need right now,”The Line of Best Fit

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Def Jam Africa, 360 MAGAZINE

UMG Launches Def Jam Africa

Universal Music group has announced the launch of Def Jam Africa, a new label division dedicated to supporting the best in African hip-hop, Afrobeats, and trap talent and culture across the continent. Def Jam Africa will follow the blueprint of the iconic Def Jam Recordings label, which has led and influenced the cutting-edge in hip-hop and urban culture for over 35 years.

Def Jam Africa will be based in Johannesburg, South Africa, and Lagos, Nigeria, but will identify and sign talent from across the continent. It will be supported by dedicated A&R, marketing, creative and digital teams from the UMG teams in both Nigeria and South Africa and will report to Sipho Dlamini, MD, Universal Music Sub-Saharan Africa & South Africa.

The label launches with a flagship roster including talent such as Boity (South Africa), Cassper Nyovest (South Africa), Larry Gaaga (Nigeria) Nadia Nakai (South Africa), Nasty C (South Africa), Tshego (South Africa), Tellaman (South Africa), Ricky Tyler (South Africa) and Vector (Nigeria).

In making the announcement, Sipho Dlamini said, “Many of us in Africa grew up on music from legendary labels under the UMG umbrella. From Blue Note for jazz fans, to Mercury Records, which was Hugh Masekela’s first US label and Uptown Records, the home of Jodeci and Mary J Blige and many more. For those into hip-hop, no label has such cultural and historic relevance as Def Jam. From Run DMC, to LL Cool J, Disturbing the Peace, Jay-Z, Big Sean and Kanye West, Def Jam has always been the ultimate destination for hip-hop and urban culture worldwide. It is a historic achievement that we’re now able to bring this iconic label to Africa, to create an authentic and trusted home for those who aspire to be the best in hip-hop, Afrobeats and trap. Together, we will build a new community of artists, that will push the boundaries of hip-hop fromAfrica, to reach new audiences globally.

Jeff Harleston, interim Chairman & CEO, Def Jam Recordings said, “Def Jam is a globally recognized brand, synonymous with excellence in hip-hop, and we enthusiastically welcome the launch of Def Jam Africa as an opportunity for audiences worldwide to discover the incredibly talented hip-hop artists emerging from across the continent.”

Adam Granite, EVP, Market Development said, “Def Jam has always been a respected mark of hip-hop quality, and the calibre of artists already on the roster, shows that this is a label, truly dedicated to helping the very best rap talent from Africa, reach new audiences on a global level.”

Forthcoming releases on Def Jam Africa include singles from Ricky Tyler, Boity, Nasty C, Tellaman feat. Alpha P, Vector, Cassper Nyovest, and Tshego. South African rapper Nasty C will release his forthcoming album Zulu Man with Some Power in partnership with Def Jam Recordings in the U.S., during Summer 2020.

FOLLOW DEF JAM AFRICA ARTISTS:

Cassper Nyovest

Nasty C

Boity

Nadia Nakai

Vector

Larry Gaaga

Tellaman

Tshego

Ricky Tyler 

Tee Grizzley – Payroll

MULTI-PLATINUM SELLING RAPPER TEE GRIZZLEY RELEASES NEW SINGLE + VIDEO FOR “PAYROLL” FT. PAYROLL GIOVANNI  + TO BE FEATURED ON NEW PROJECT THE SMARTEST TO DROP THIS YEAR 
Today, rapper Tee Grizzley releases a new single and music video for “Payroll” (WATCH HERE) featuring fellow Detroit native Payroll Giovanni. With an assist from Payroll Giovanni, Tee Grizzley taps back into the streets of Detroit going bar for bar over the thunderous beat. Exclaiming “Looked up to Payroll growing up, look b***h I’m from the D” setting the tone for the rest of the track. This release comes with the announcement of his new project The Smartest which will include fan-favorite “Red Light” produced by Hit-Boy, his viral single “Satish” dedicated to his late aunt, along with a range of other guest appearances.

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Tee Grizzley, Payroll, 300 Entertainment, Vaughn Lowery, 360 Magazine,

RATCHETÓN Releases “Yo Se”

RATCHETÓN RELEASES NEW SINGLE “YO SE” TODAY

CALLATE” VIDEO OUT NOW

Today, buzzing bilingual Salvadoran artist Ratchetón releases his latest single “Yo Se” that is dancefloor ready, bringing back the traditional Reggaeton sound with a cumbia flavor from Texas producer and Latin Grammy nominee El Dusty, alongside Clips x Ahoy and Mariano Herrera. Ratchetón’s vocals float over the track as he sings to a past girlfriend “que conmigo estas bien feliz, ay ma, vente con migo” or “you know you were always happy with me, come over.” Last week at SXSW, Ratchetón and El Dusty premiered the song with live performances at Peligrosa House and the Mad Decent x AriZona “Good Gas” stage presented by super producer FKi 1st (Post Malone, Travis Scott, A.Chal) with performances also by Texas rappers 10k.Caash, G.U.N and Dro Fe.

Listen to “Yo Se”: HERE

RATCHETÓN hit the Latin music scene with his first single “Que Lo Que,” racking up over 350,000 streams and jumpstarting a growing fanbase. His follow up release “Callate” is a club anthem that brings a hip-hop bounce to his laid back Spanish flow.

RATCHETÓN was born in South Central Los Angeles and raised in East Hollywood around in a mixture of cultures and musical influences. Playing in bands growing up and then becoming involved in skateboarding culture, he always had an ear for music and an eye for visuals. When he met producer FKi 1st they set out to create a new sound dubbed “Ratchetón.” Carving out his own lane, he describes it as a fusion of current trap with traditional reggaeton mashed up in a fun, sexy, and of course ratchet way. Most importantly, these are bold international anthems that set him up for big things to come.

Currently RATCHETÓN is putting the finishing touches on his first album to be released May 2019.

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GiGi Cesare

GiGi, is a passionate award-winning actress and recording artist with multicultural roots. She is currently in the studio recording her debut tracks with hopes to emerge as the first teen EDM Trap Pop recording artist. GiGi’s sound is unique and captivating and her stunning vocals are just as intuitive. Influenced by pop stars as diverse as Lil Miquela, Post Malone and George Michael, GiGi has conceived a unique blend of R&B, soul and trap pop music with a twist. Even at the young age of 13, she is already making headlines, not only as a musician, but also as an actress. Last year, she received an unprecedented nomination at the Imagen Awards for Best Actress in a feature film competing against fellow nominees Salma Hayek and Eva Longoria. She plays principal roles in two films currently in post production, a dramatic comedy Space Captain and Callista and comedy, Go With The Flow. Learn more about GiGi, and do not miss out on her upcoming releases.

For all things GiGi go here.

*Photo credit: Nolen Ryan

BOOGIE × EMINEM

Boogie drops video for “Rainy Days” featuring Eminem off debut album Everything’s For Sale. 

 

 

 

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LIL WEST × “SOMEDAYS”

LIL WEST RELEASES NEW SINGLE “SOMEDAYS” TODAY

 

Delaware rapper Lil West unveils his new single“Somedays.”

 

Get it HERE via Nomad Music.

 

“Somedays” introduces the genre-defiant and future-facing spirit at the heart of Lil West’s signature sound. The track arrives on the heels of his December release “Baller” with Take A Daytrip x Russ Chell, which HotNewHipHop described as “his most intimate single to date.“

 

All signs point to a major breakthrough for Lil West. In addition to putting up numbers on Soundcloud, Pigeons & Planes and Hot New Hip Hop recently touted him among “Artists to Watch in 2019,” as he garnered widespread praise from Elevator, and Noisey who crowned him, “the Delaware loner forging rap’s strange future.” Right now, he’s putting the finishing touches on his debut project due out soon.

 

Merging emo, rap, alternative, and nearly everything else under the sun, he’s a different kind of artist, and he’s poised for big things in 2019.

Reebok Classic & Lil Yachty

Today, Reebok Classic and brand partner Lil Yachty announce the latest colorway of the Aztrek: Reebok’s futuristic, off-road runner first introduced in ’93. Now available in a classic shade of black and red, the shoe retails for $90 on Reebok.com.

  Crossing artistic boundaries and blending genres, Lil Yachty has changed the face of hip-hop. Throughout his career he has always sought a different path and carved out his own creative space, shaking off the expectations of others in pursuit of his original sound. In the campaign video, Reebok Classic showcases Lil Yachty’s bold and unapologetic style as he speaks candidly about 90s attitude and being proud of your true identity.

For FW18 Lil Yachty is styled in the Aztrek: the silhouette combines tech-functionality with retro design, featuring a generous ride height and Reebok’s Hexalite tech in the heels. Asymmetrical reinforcements give the toe area an off-kilter vibe. From the track to the streets, the Aztrek remains true to its Classic heritage, with its effortless blend of ‘90s attitude and authentic performance, this Reebok Classic slots right back into the roster like it never left.

YELLOW CLAW × ECHOSTAGE DC

DO YOU LIKE BASS?

By Diana Macaraeg × Vaughn Lowery

(Featured photo by Harley Lunar)

On Friday night, DC’s Echostage presented EDM’s favorite Dutch DJ duo Yellow Claw (consisting of Jim Taihuttu and Nils Rondhuis), along with GRLZ, Boogie T, and Moksi. Ranked at #1 in DJ Magazine’s USA list of nightclubs, Echostage proved that it had no troubles selling out tickets with line down a block of crazed fans in rave attire and Yellow Claw gear.

GRLZ, Boogie T, and Moksi filled the two story venue with high energy, bass dropping beats that perfectly transitioned into Yellow Claw’s set.

Yellow Claw had started off with their signature intro song “Untouchable,” with its lyrics shown on the screen demanding the crowds attention. Their set included songs from their latest album New Blood, with a mix of their label Barong Family hits and previous collaborations from artists like Pusha T, DJ Snake, Lil Debbie, Sophie Simmons, Yade Lauren and many more. During the set, they were joined by one of their label artists and earlier performers, Moksi to perform their iconic Moksi Switch Up remixes.

After their performance, the crowd chanted their famous tagline, “Yellow Mother F***** Claw!” and they gladly returned to the stage playing an extra 10 minutes, along with giving their fans a special treat of playing their 2013 major hit, “DJ Turn it Up.”

Being a super fan/Yellow Claw Soldier since 2013, every concert, every mixtape, every album, every collaboration, every piece of merchandise, every documentary, Yellow Claw never ceases to amaze me. Being able to watch them live is to the only way to bow down to The Party Gods. #YMFC

Yellow Claws tour continues worldwide, and check out their latest music video, “Down on Love” ft. Yade Lauren & Moksi here.