Audio: Kid Kaze – “Dead Roses” (@thekidkaze)

“Dead Roses” is an ambient heartbreak based soundtrack with dark, smooth vocals. Listen to the

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“Dead Roses” is an ambient heartbreak based soundtrack with dark, smooth vocals. Listen to the riveting, whyBOCK production on Soundcloud

Kid Kaze is a Hip Hop and R&B fused artist located in Orange County, California. His wavy and melodic style is starting to turn heads and he plans on releasing an EP titled “Kazerati” in the beginning of March. In the meantime, check out his latest release from the EP entitled “Dead Roses”, an anthem for the heartbroken.

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Audio: Frits God – “Red Limousine” (@Fritsgod)

“Red Limousine” is the first leak from Cali based rapper Frits God upcoming EP entitled,

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“Red Limousine” is the first leak from Cali based rapper Frits God upcoming EP entitled, “Dying To Get Home”

Within the realms of Inglewood, California comes twenty year old Frits God. He started making music in his freshmen year of high school. He states, “I saw a light to reach out to people on an emotional level by performing his music at house parties.”

Frits (short for Fritzjerald) “the mighty spearholder’s son” has been featured on blogs such as Elevator, Daily Chiefers, Djcarisma.com and 92 The Beat. He also has opened up for Chicago’s artist Famous Dex and has performed at venues across Northern California, including The Observatory, The Roxy, and various warehouses. With a Debut EP “Dying to get home” in the works slated for release early 2018, look out for more from this talented entertainer.

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EP: Sound of Kalima – “Gone” @TheRealKalima

“Gone” is a four-track EP released by Sound of Kalima staring breakout singer, Isabella The

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“Gone” is a four-track EP released by Sound of Kalima staring breakout singer, Isabella

The first three tracks of the EP discuss the musings of someone who has lost something either within them or something that’s external such as a partner or the dissolution of a relationship. The last song, “Solstice”, describes the moment when the main character has found what they need and feels cleansed. However, the song ends with an incomplete question therefore not fully resolving leaving the listener asking the questions themselves and hopefully discovering their own truth.

Sound of Kalima is a group of international musicians based out of Vancouver, British Columbia. With no respect for the limitations of genre, Kalima bridges the gap between electronic, hip hop, soul and dance music. Their biggest challenge is to maintain a human feel in electronic music, while creating something that will keep you bobbing your head.

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Audio: Slopes – “Give You Up” @slopesgang

Slopes’ latest release, “Give You Up”, is a dark and bouncy track that offers a

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Slopes’ latest release, “Give You Up”, is a dark and bouncy track that offers a catchy hook as well as an almost drug-induced bridge, produced by Taylor King

Slopes is a self-taught musician and producer from Brooklyn, New York. With a melancholy yet upbeat sound and influences ranging from Tame Impala to Lil Uzi Vert, Slopes incorporates a blend of elements from rap, trap, R&B and Rock into his music. With a similar aesthetic to Travis Scott and The Weeknd, Slopes wavers between a mix of neo-R&B and melodic rap.

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Audio: Marz – “On My Mind” @MarzBeats95

“On My Mind” Is a new song from rapper/producer Marz that has a chill vibe

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“On My Mind” Is a new song from rapper/producer Marz that has a chill vibe with up tempo melody. It expresses the feeling of not having anyone’s support when you’re down and out

The Chattanooga, Tennessee based talent has been making music since thirteen. 2015 was the year, he started making a name for himself by posting his productions on YouTube. He has landed placements with established artists such as Rittz – “Into The Sky”, Phora – “Move to Fast”, Lucas Coly – “I Just Wanna” and many more. His aim is to create musical sound beds that shatter genre barriers, keeping him on step ahead of the game.

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Audio: Lancing Ruel – “Louisiana’d” (@lancingruel)

Checking in from the Mississippi region is Lancing Ruel with an ode to the women

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Checking in from the Mississippi region is Lancing Ruel with an ode to the women of Louisiana on the illustriously produced Snack Beats, “Louisiana’d”

The twenty year old Ruel calls the Diamondhead section of Mississippi home but finds his yearning for Louisiana women the topic of discussion on his latest single, “Louisiana’d”. Snack Beats provides the soundtrack here that walks the line of the Drake and Lil Wayne collab, “Believe Me”. The two know how to compile an addictive tune, catch it on Soundcloud.

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Audio: Yung Scott – “S.I.R” – (@youngscottmusic)

“S.I.R” Was an idea Yung Scott came up with after his girlfriend experienced a type

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“S.I.R” Was an idea Yung Scott came up with after his girlfriend experienced a type of bullying. It had a huge impact on her and them as a whole

Scott has also been bullied a lot of his life so he made a song to sort of tell a little bit how it happened and about the “Shit I Recommend”. In the hook, Yung is saying to keep all the bad thoughts away because they are just haunting you. He recommends to put them in a box and lock them away, also saying to think “Outside the Box”. If you trap the bad thoughts away in a metaphorical “box”, then you aren’t thinking inside the box but rather outside of it. The nineteen year old was born in Ogden, Utah. Listen to “S.I.R” here.

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Audio: Lil Hakeem – “iOMGFREESTYLE!” (@LiLKEEMBABY)

Lil Hakeem debuts “iOMGFREESTYLE!” a wild record produced by Maxokoolin and engineered by Michael Vital.

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Lil Hakeem debuts “iOMGFREESTYLE!” a wild record produced by Maxokoolin and engineered by Michael Vital. The song follows a trendy distortion style seen in the new wave rap culture of today

Harlem born, Charlotte raised Lil Hakeem has always had a passion and talent for music. He still remembers the first bars he wrote as an eight year old till this day. Hakeem first developed his love for music when he was a toddler living in Kingston, Jamaica. His early inspirations at the time were Beanie Man, Elephant Man and Sean Paul. Reggae music was the first genre of music he knew as a child.

At the age of six, Hakeem moved from Kingston to The Bronx. From there he would become obsessed with Rap music and a huge fan of Juelz Santana, Cam’ron, Jim Jones and The Diplomats. Hakeem started writing lyrics at the age of eight because his older cousin began rapping and would bring him around older friends who also liked rap music. Though Hakeem would write poems and random verses he never recorded. He didn’t start officially rapping until after his first year of college.

After joining a fraternity his first year of college he would make a name for himself on campus by dancing at parties and tailgates. Within the next year he would record “Know It’s Us” and “How We Do” with Ducey Gold and gain attention locally and around campus. After his second year of college, Lil Hakeem would dropout and move back to New York to pursue his dream and life goals.

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Audio: Trev Ft Reeves Junya – “Visionary” (@youngsiebold2 @ReevesJunya)

“Visionary” displays Trev’s ability as not only a gifted lyricist but also showcases the many

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“Visionary” displays Trev’s ability as not only a gifted lyricist but also showcases the many ways in which he can manipulate his flow at the drop of a dime

The single also features Minneapolis mainstay and “Alienz Only” co-founder, Reeves Junya. He supplies an uplifting second verse that raises the track to new heights. Together, Trev and Reeves have crafted an energetic piece of music that cannot be overlooked.

You would be hard-pressed to find a harder working word slinger than budding Minneapolis talent Trev. At just 19 years of age, he has managed to amass a steady following that carries over from the web to the real world. He’s released a slew of highly diversified, hard-hitting music and has even managed to find the time to pursue a degree at the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management. With all of that being said, it’s important to understand Trev’s humble beginnings in the small town of Andover, Minnesota.

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Audio: Y3WRU Ft Bravo – “Sleepy Hollow” (@Fl0wF0rEveR)

Y3WRU teams with Bravo for the Joshua Petruccio produced “Sleepy Hollow” single. The song will

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Y3WRU teams with Bravo for the Joshua Petruccio produced “Sleepy Hollow” single. The song will be found on his upcoming project, “No Sad Faces: Chapter 1”

Y3WRU remembers sitting in the lunchroom at school – writing; freestyling with friends on the way to and from school, and battling in the courtyard. His punchlines garnered laughs. In class, his peers were taken aback by his poetry. Turns out, he had a talent for putting words together. He’d visit the local flea market, buying mixtapes with Lil’ Wayne, Dipset, and Andre 3000 on them, studying, in hopes that one day he’d be rapping like the greats. A legendary senior soon took him under his wing, teaching him how to put hooks and tracks together.

His biggest inspiration though, was his mom’s boyfriend who played bass for a famous band out of Orlando. On the drive to school, they’d share their love of music with each other. While the relationship between him and Y3WRU’s mom didn’t pan out, he considers him a father-figure and hopes to reconnect one day to thank him for igniting his passion for music.

From Jimi Hendrix to Kanye West, The Beatles to Biggie Smalls — Y3WRU has a range of iconic inspirations. His daily life growing up in Tampa was just as varied. He grew up with people who lived the street lifestyle and bore witness to some of the street’s unseemly outcomes. He also had a typical adolescent experience – house parties and heart break – that he tries to capture in his music. The result is dope. Bringing the lyricism that hip-hop is lacking right now, every punchline and metaphor requires a rewind and second thought.

As Y3WRU music progresses, so does he. After getting into some trouble, becoming homeless,Y3WRU sunk to a dark place and started drinking heavily. He’s beaten the odds, though, and has done a complete 180. Having faith and the will to fight allowed him to conquer his personal demons and become the man and father he is today. His journey has motivated others to persevere and he hopes to change lives through his musical testimonies. As he works on his music, Y3WRU wants to create a buzz and establish a core following.

Y3WRU yearns for the day he can turn on the radio and hear himself on every genre the radio stations play! He wants to go down as one of the greatest, and make the people he’s looked up to proud. In the future, he hopes to provide community staples like rec centers and libraries with resources so kids from the hood who need positive activities and outlets will have them all over the world! Music will make it all possible, and no one can stop him.

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Audio: MiKEMiiNDED – “Extra” (@MiKEMiiNDED)

Michael Mieles was born on February 5th, 1995. Best known by his stage name, MiKEMiNDED,

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Michael Mieles was born on February 5th, 1995. Best known by his stage name, MiKEMiNDED, he is an American rap recording artist originally from Brooklyn now based in Denver. His next wave is a tune titled “Extra”

It comes in with the sound we are all so accustomed to now a days but has such a nice distorted, melodic vibe. Combined with a fire hook, you may find yourself humming it all night long. Listen to MiKEMiNDED’s latest here.

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Audio: CARTELLI – “DENIM” (@paulblancobain @cartellidave)

CARTELLI has released their eagerly awaited single DENIM, written by members PaulBlanco and Davelost. The

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CARTELLI has released their eagerly awaited single DENIM, written by members PaulBlanco and Davelost. The single brings you an aggressive barrage of melodies with a high energy performance from this reckless duo

DaveLost and Paul Blanco formed CARTELLI after meeting in the ever changing landscape of Hamilton, Ontario’s burgeoning art scene. With global attention on the area, CARTELLI has spent the last few years building an unmatched catalog of music and an arsenal of eager rising industry leaders to bring you the greater Toronto area’s eagerly awaited hip hop duo – set to push the boundaries of commercial rap music while staying true to their musical integrity.

South Korean born PaulBlanco brings to the table a vast array of sounds and a unique/dynamic approach to song writing and production. In the past Blanco has worked to make music with some of Korea’s rising stars, most recently with the release of Seoul based producer BRLLNT on his record “GIRL”, boasting an impressive combination of both soft sung melodies with straight to the point bars. Following up to his sold out Toronto debut at Nocturne, Paul Blanco will be alongside BRLLNT and special guests February 17th at Club SOAP – SEOUL, KR.

Hamilton native DaveLost has worked tirelessly to perfect his sound and build his brand of aggressive rap music. Lost boasts an impressive history of well executed singles with his uniquely militant sound. No matter the trials and tribulations the only thing certain is that DaveLost’s wittingly written bars carried out aggressively alongside Paul Blanco’s cold and haunting melodies are set to be a driving force behind the GTA’s music scene.

Check out DENIM on Soundcloud.

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