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Ty Bri's Sweet Lick Mixtape Cover Art

Ty Bri – Sweet Lick

Today, 22-year old Cleveland artist, Ty Bri emerges as the next young female rapper to join the new class with the release of her debut mixtape, Sweet Lick. She is also sharing the video for the bouncy Philly Ferrari produced, “Wake Up” featuring Atlanta rapper Mulatto, which premiered earlier today on NYLON.

Along with her excited nine-track mixtape, Ty Bri also announces that she has signed with District 18 Entertainment/Capital Structure/RCA Records. District 18 Entertainment is the joint venture with RCA Records founded by Brooklyn Johnny, who is best known for developing the career of Cardi B.

Best known for her tracks “Gimme Sum Money,” “Bobbin” and “Candy Lady,” Ty Bri is quickly becoming a standout in the rising female rap scene. She has opened for acts like Wale, Megan Thee Stallion and Lil Baby on tour. She performed alongside Mulatto and Flo Milli for the “Girls Trap Too” tour earlier this year and has also been co-signed by Cardi B and Rico Nasty.

Enjoy all the bops on Sweet Lick as we anxiously await for more next bad-ass tracks from Ty Bri.

About Ty Bri:

East Cleveland rapper Ty Bri first caught the public’s eye by making freestyle videos on Instagram. Her dope look and clever punchlines grew her popularity quickly making it hard to believe she just started rapping in 2016. While she compares herself to no other artists, Ty’s musical influences include Beyonce, Nicki Minaj and Meek Mill. She plans to change the stereotypes of female artists because her bars are for real. Ty Bri also enjoys giving back to her community and motivating young girls. She has even included the Shaw High School girls’ band and dancers in performances. Ty started to take over the Midwest when she remixed Ella Mai’s “Boo’d Up,” which was later  added into rotation on radio all over Ohio. She is also featured on Ray Jr.’s song “Big Tuck” and “Cook” by DJ Ryan Wolf feat. RootaBang. Since performing at Z1079’s Summer Jam and White Out in 2018 and 2019, Ty Bri received early co signs from other female artists such as Trina, KashDoll and DreamDoll.

ZAZ10TS Artistic Billboards

ZAZ10TS has curated and presented a new concept of art called “In Between.”

This new exhibition can be seen on ZAZ Corner, right in the heart of Time Square. LED billboards are being used to display the artwork for 15 seconds at a time with commercial messages every two minutes. The display will showcase a new artist each month beginning September.

Tzili Charney, the founder of ZAZ Corner, is undertaking this project to display art different from the urban environment. Different artists, organizations, universities and cultural institutions will work together to achieve that goal by providing different art styles.

The initial featured artist will be Ben Hagari, whose “About Face” video series was shot entirely at home during the pandemic. Quarantine protocols forced Hagari to get creative with colors, space, subjects and composition. The result uses a faceless protagonist whose expressions are completely concealed by household items. The subject lacks features and stands and wears clothes backwards.

“The scenarios portray a mundane existence in a world whose marks have been erased. Books have no titles or words, photographs are blanked out, labels are removed; we are left with data. It generates a binary structure: backward and forward, front and rear, serious and funny,” Hagari said.

Artists who would like to participate in “In Between” can submit their art right here, and anyone looking for more information on the project can click right here.

Album Artwork for "Broken" by Gavin Magnus

Gavin Magnus Debut EP

Gavin Magnus, the 13-year-old social media mogul, has released his debut EP entitled “Broken.”

The EP features one original song, “Hearts on a Pendant,” and covers of Justin Bieber’s “Fall” and Lil Tjay’s “20/20.”

Magnus also released a music video for “Hearts on a Pendant,” which trended at No. 7 on YouTube with over 1 million views.

He has more than 3 million subscribers on YouTube and more than 1 million followers on TikTok, and his music videos and vlogs have amassed more than 100 million views.

Magnus also appeared in “When Sports Collide,” a television series from Dreamworks, and in the Denise Richards-led “Timecrafters: The Treasure of Pirate’s Cove.”

To see the new video for “Hearts on a Pendant,” you can click right here, and to listen to “Broken,” you can click right here.

New Duke Dumont Music Video

Duke Dumont released a new video for his single “Nightcrawler” on Tuesday.

The song features Say Lou Lou and is the lead single from his debut album “Duality,” which was released in April. The video depicts two women driving around the streets of Los Angeles, collecting money and and hitting targets, but a final twist in the story shows us that you never know who you can trust.

“Nightcrawler” is produced by Obra House, who has worked with artists like Lil Nas X, Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion.

Dumont hails from the United Kingdom and has used his love for electronic and techno music as inspiration since 2007. Dumont has racked up over 3 billion streams, and his 2015 single “Ocean Drive” went platinum.

Known for his catchy hooks, precision arrangement and powerful emotion, Dumont has kept clubs going deep into the night his entire career.

You can check out the new video for “Nightcrawler” by clicking right here.

Photo by Kevin Amato for an iann dior article for 360 MAGAZINE

New iann dior Music Video

21-year-old rapper iann dior released a new music video for his song “Prospect” on Tuesday. It can be seen here!

The song features Lil Baby and was featured on Spotify playlists like Rap Caviar, Get Turnt and New Music Friday, all helping to propel it to more than 41 million streams since its May release.

The gorgeously shot video is directed by Omar Jones and inspired by Chinese landscape, architecture and colors to tribute the obvious inspiration to the beat. According to the press release, dior’s plans to tour in Asia were cancelled because of the pandemic, so the music video was his next best choice to show love to his Chinese fans.

“Prospect” is just dior’s latest in a long line of hits in a short period of time. Growing up in Corpus Christi, he quickly learned he was a talented writer and decided to turn that talent into hip-hop music. His first song earned 10,000 streams and caught the attention of Taz Taylor, the founder of Internet Money.

He released “Cutthroat” in 2019 which racked up 13 million streams on SoundCloud. He then inked a deal with 10K Projects, with whom he released his first mixtape titled “nothing’s ever good enough.”

dior gives credit to J. Cole for inspiring him to make music.

“He showed me that I could use songs to tell my own story, just like he uses his songs to tell his story,” dior said.

“Prospect” can be found along with other hits like “Pretty Girls,” “Sick and Tired” and “Paradise” on his new album, “I’m Gone,” which was released in June.

Naz “ItsNastyNaz” Saleh

TikTok, a phone app allowing users to share fun videos of singing, dancing and skits, has taken the world by storm, and Naz “Itsnastynaz” Saleh is its megastar.

Saleh, or “Itsnastynaz” on TikTok, was a completely ordinary fast food worker yet a complete anomaly. He was born on April 27, 1997, in Bronx, New York, and raised by his Yemeni-descendant parents looking for a better life for their kids. When he turned 12, he started working 12 hours per day, seven days per week. Saleh hit rock bottom when excessive bullying made him drop out of high school, but things changed.

Saleh went from working in fast food to being a man who enjoys all luxuries of life, but what made Naz Saleh who he is today?

It all started when Saleh was watching a YouTube video and a Musical.ly ad popped up. He saw the famous Baby Ariel. The video made him laugh and think he could do it even better than she could if he gave it a try. That was the turning point in his life. He started performing more skits with his brother in his workplace. He became an overnight success when the third video he uploaded was viewed 5 million times, and it didn’t stop there. The video spread like wildfire and was featured on news channels internationally.

His audience skyrocketed to over 6 million followers. He was awarded the “Popular Creator” badge by TikTok after his videos broke the internet and were viewed between 100 million and 350 million times.

That’s when he quit his 84-hour-per-week job to focus full time on his TikTok career. He now sits at 13 million followers.

Saleh is now known as “The Most Generous Man in New York” after filming himself giving food and money to homeless people. His videos also caught the attention of the government, giving some of those homeless people the option to go to rehab. Many said goodbye to their previous lives and moved toward a path of happiness.

Following his quick ascent, Saleh signed deals with iconic brands such as What Do You Meme? and Fashion Nova. He even received sponsorship deals from apps on the Apple App Store. He went from working in fast food to making seven figures and driving luxury cars all in a day’s work.

Though he has found success on TikTok, life isn’t always easy for Saleh. He receives many hateful comments online.

When asked how he deals with hateful comments, Saleh said, “Receiving so much hate can be heart-breaking and really demotivating. It used to have really bad effects on my mindset and my happiness until I realized making skits, helping people and making others happy is my safe place, and no one can make me feel bad about that.”

He admits sudden fame can be a bit overwhelming, but Saleh tries to remain positive, using his power to spread as much love and happiness as he can.

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Phil Good – Everything’s Good Remix

Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter Phil Good has unveiled an official remix of his latest single Everything’s Good from DJ and producer Slow Magic. Everything’s Good (Slow Magic Remix) is available to stream and download starting today HERE. Watch a visualizer for the song HERE.

Everything’s Good and its accompanying animated music video were released in May and received praise from Uproxx, Ones To Watch, and more. Watch Philߣs new Everything’s (Not) Good visualizer for the song, which was made entirely using Instagram and Snapchat filters, HERE. Earlier this year, Phil released his track Living With No One, and was featured on Stuck On You, the lead single off GRAMMY Award-winning producer RACߣs new album Boy. Additionally, Phil released an official remix of his song Do You Ever?from the producer. Listen to Do You Ever? (RAC Mix) HERE. Last Fall Billboard announced Phil Goodߣs Elektra Records signing, and shared his major label debut single and music video Wonder Phil’s follow-up Do You Ever? and its accompanying visual were premiered by Ones To Watch, who praised his remarkable ear for tasteful synths. Phil closed out 2019 with Put It All On Me which Lyrical Lemonade premiered, declaring, Phil delivers an extremely catchy hook with his fun, charismatic energy; making it almost impossible to get out of your head. Converting audiences to fans on the road, Phil recently supported Jaymes Young on his Happiest Year North America Tour, and joined labelmate Tones and I on select United States tour dates.

Photo credit: Zhamak Fullad
About Phil GoodA stint slinging grilled cheese out of a stationary truck, a bike accident listening to Barack Obamaߣs appearance on Marc Maron’sWTF podcast, and an intriguing childhood split between attending mosque with his Palestinian step-dad and Christian church with his Puerto Ricanc reggae-funk bass player father all preceded the career of Phil Good. Relocating from Portland, OR to Los Angeles, CA with his cat Lucy in 2016, Phil devoted an entire year to writing and recording behind-the-scenes for other artists and logging countless hours in the studio in addition to planting the seeds for what would become his solo debut. By the beginning of 2019, he quietly put up nearly 10 million total streams across indie releases such as Growing Up, Be Somebody, and more in addition to garnering acclaim from Earmilk, Dancing Astronaut, This Song is Sick, and more.

Peter Manos makes a brief appearance in 360 MAGAZINE

Peter Manos Performance

Peter Manos releases incredible live performance video, Do You Turn Red? (Short Film). Peter’s debut EP, Do You Turn Red?, was just released earlier this month to critical acclaim including The New York Times, Wonderland, FLAUNT Magazine and more. His debut single “In My Head” has 300+ million streams and was named a ‘Song You Need To Know’ by Rolling Stone.

 The six songs were shot in different outdoor settings around Lancaster, CA – a town located 70 miles north of downtown Los Angeles in the Antelope Valley region of the western Mojave Desert. While bisected by a freeway, the area still abounds with rugged, open spaces. Over the decades, it has drawn a long succession of fearless dreamers – from Southern Pacific railroad workers to gold and borax miners to flight test pilots like Chuck Yaeger, Space Shuttle crews and solar energy pioneers.

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Fredo Bang – Monsters

“’Monsters’ is a record about people who hide their true nature and intentions. In life you come across many different monsters… from being in this business to the average person you meet. With everything happening around justice and equality, it’s my way of letting people know to be careful of who you trust.” – FREDO BANG


“Fredo delivers his nastiest effort to date. Most Hated is equal parts grimy and triumphant.”  – DJ BOOTH

“With the 2015 arrest that threatened to derail his rising career now decidedly in the rearview, Fredo is back with a newfound sense of purpose: more viral, more hardworking, and more determined to advance than ever before.” – FADER 

“New Gen Winter 2019–His city’s favored up-and-comer and its most versatile rising act. Songs like ‘No Mo’ show his penchant for soul-searching narratives and music-as-medicine melodies; the success of ‘Oouuh’ proves he has a one-of-a-kind ability to reach all sides of the hip-hop and R&B spectrum.” – HYPEBEAST

“Known for his tales of life in the streets, the rapper behind records like “Story to Tell” and “Oouuh” shows just how it goes down in his hometown.” – XXL 

Fredo Bang, whose non-stop string of viral street anthems have generated over 154 million streams in the U.S. (over 165 million globally), keeps the momentum boiling this summer with “Monsters,” the brand new single + video available today via Def Jam Recordings.

LISTEN TO “MONSTERS”
VIEW THE “MONSTERS” VIDEO


With over 79 million global streams, Most Hated (released in April), Fredo’s fourth mixtape in less than two years, was his most successful to date. Included on Most Hated are “Get Even” featuring Lil Baby, “Trust Issues,” “Saucy,” “Waitin 4,” “Vest Up,” and “Yo Slime.”  Most Hated was executive produced by Moneybagg Yo, who appears on the tracks along with Lil BabyYNW MellyTee Grizzley, and Ceefineass.   Rolling Stonemagazine named Fredo #1 on its ‘Breakthrough 25’: The Fastest Rising Artist Of The Month list for April 2020.
 

LISTEN TO MOST HATEDHERE
 

Fredo Bang made his mixtape debut in 2018, with 2 Face Bang (containing “Oouuh”). Fredo’s brand was established on Big Ape, his eponymous 20-song mixtape (with “Story To Tell” (Remix) and “Gangsta Talk” featuring NLE Choppa). Shortly after entering a partnership with Def Jam in the fall, Fredo issued the 16-song Pain Made Me Numb, containing the singles “Cap A Lot” and “Slidin.”

Prior to the Covid-19 hiatus, Fredo was looking forward to hitting the road as the highest-billed supporting act on Moneybagg’s 26-city cross-country “Time Served Tour,” with dates running from March through May. Details of the rescheduled tour will be announced soon.

ABOUT FREDO BANG:
With his deep, barking drawl and a natural affinity for melody, Fredo Bang (Fredrick Givens) is the next rhymer to rise out the Bayou. The highs and lows of his life encompass turning down a scholarship at Texas Southern U. in order to study closer to home, and a stiff jail sentence for aggravated battery that was commuted in 2018. At age 23, the Baton Rouge native’s rhymes have now won the South. He has collabo­ra­ted with everyone from YNW Melly to Moneybagg Yo to Kevin Gates. 2018’s 2 Face Bang mixtape put Fredo on the map with the breakout single “Oouuhh” and a streak of hits including “Shootas on the Roof” and “Father” (over 22 million YouTube views). The street took deeper notice in 2019, with the Big Ape mixtape and a non-stop string of regional single + video hits that included “Oouuh” Remix featuring Kevin Gates, “Gangsta Talk” featuring NLE Choppa, and “Story To Tell” (Remix) featur­ing Moneybagg Yo. Fredo entered into a partnership with Def Jam in the fall 2019. The hits continued unabated with “Face Down” and “Vest Up,” then “Yo Slime,” and “Waitin 4” (with a beat from Hard­body B-Eazy and DJ Chose). Fredo’s next mixtape, Pain Made Me Numb hit in November, with the single + video releases “Cap A Lot” and “Slidin.” April 2020 brought the back-to-back releases of the single + video “Trust Issues,” and Fredo’s fourth mixtape, Most Hated. Fredo’s next string of new releases, “Receipts,” “Top,” and “Monsters” point the way to his fifth mixtape, In The Name Of Gee, coming soon.

Mulatto – Muwop feat. Gucci Mane

Today, rising Atlanta rapper Mulatto releases Muwop” featuring Gucci Mane, the first official single and video from her forthcoming major label debut mixtape coming this summer via RCA Records.

On “Muwop,” Mulatto flipped Gucci Mane’s 2008 track “Freaky Gurl” and made a witty, female response in a way only Latto can. The video was shot in Miami and directed by ARRAD.

Leading up to the release of “Muwop,” Latto took to Instagram to pay homage to Gucci Mane by recreating the covers of his iconic albums and mixtapes. Latto talking about “Muwop”: “I flipped Gucci Mane’s ‘Freaky Gurl’ for my project and I thought, ‘Wouldn’t it be great if he could get on it.’ When I got the text that Gucci recorded a verse for the song, I started screaming! Gucci is my favorite rapper of all time. Even when I was ten years old, in interviews I would say he was my favorite.”

Rapping since the age of 10, Mulatto is part of the elite new wave of female rappers, such as Flo Milli, City Girls, Saweetie and more, proving that women can also rule the rap scene with their unique styles, flows and verses. To date, Latto has garnered over 151 million streams on Spotify and Apple alone and her “Bitch From Da Souf (Remix)” video featuring Saweetie and Trina was viewed over 22 million times in just five months.