KayDiamonds, CDG and MellowMills come together to bring a strong statement to their track “No More”. Video director MadeInTime films the trio live on set in the Adinorack Mountains
Nineteen year old independent artist KayDiamonds is own his way to becoming Queen’s hottest artist. KayD creates his unique sound Known for his unique beat selection and energized lyrics. Starting his rapping career in high school, Diamonds brings us a unique flow and a vibrant sound to today’s music culture.
CDG is an American based rapper/songwriter from Queens, New York. CDG manages to incorporate a variety of different themes into his music about lifestyle choices, fashion and other issues that affect his day to day life.
Independent rapper MellowMills distinct sound is what separates himself from the others in today’s music. His unique sound consisting of resonant melodies and crafty lyrics is what creates his versatile sound. With plenty of Queens rappers trying to making a name for themselves, MellowMills is making it his business to stand out.
Tysxn Rxmain gears up to release his latest tape, “Shitting On Last Year”, teaming up with label mate Mr. Jaeger for a heater of a track &and visual titled “Payroll”
Shot, directed and edited by Ay Hay (Co- directed by Mr. Jaeger), the video spans for just over 2 minutes with a burst of energy and sauce. This is wat sets FTW apart from other UK acts and is sure to impact stateside. The video definitely holds replay value to the fullest.
Rjack$’ latest video, “Last Forever”, is about young love and a young man’s passion for a young woman. He speaks about how he wants this feeling to “Last Forever”. Watch the video here, filmed by King Spencer
Rjack$ is a nineteen year old music artist from Oklahoma City that’s been making music for around three years now. He designs music that speaks to today’s youth while at the same time, incorporating ideas that speak to all ages.
Completely by herself and waiting for someone or something to materialize, Amber Ryann, with red and blue polka dot balloons as her only party guests, lights one up and goes within herself for “Bye Now”
She takes us through the mental hurdles of being committed to someone on an emotional front but being pushed to the wayside whenever emotion or reliability comes center stage, all through a grainy, lo-fi lens.
Ryann’s storytelling is unique; she’s upfront about what she wants and is not keen on being played. Leaving the room and venturing out into the world with a single, black balloon in toe, her declaration of “bye now” begins to take two meanings: it’s both a goodbye to an inadequate relationship as well as warning that that signs were there all along; that, by now, they should’ve known this was coming.
“The entendre behind “Bye Now” was predominantly accidental but somehow played into the scenario of the song. I feel as though some if not most of us come to a point in adulthood where we realize if we aren’t accepted for all of whom we are in a romantic relationship over time, it most likely is not worth the compromise. The song conceptualizes the reality of relationships and the ultimatums associated with some one with that mentality. I’m basically saying you can’t only love me for my good side, you can’t only love our physical chemistry. Bickering naturally happens, but sometimes it’s like you just end up picking at each others personalities, finding all the weak spots and making up new reasons to fuel the anger along the way. There are things that make us imperfect characteristically, but you can’t use that as a weapon. You should of know these things about some one you commit your time to.
Kee Riche$ returns with a visual for his song “Bape 2”, a memorable cut from his last project, “Get Rich”. The song is produced by a couple of the city’s most accomplished producers, Ron Ron and Radioaktive
Kee Riche$ does the beat a ton of justice, creatively telling a love story with the overlying theme of a Bape fit. The video is shot and directed by IBX, who sets Kee and a female companion at an arcade — making for a playful, colorful vibe throughout.
With notable influences from Nipsey Hussle and Dom Kennedy, Kee Riches, a Compton bred MC, has gone from releasing popular covers of on Twitter, to launching a popular grassroots lifestyle and clothing brand in “Get Rich”, which also served as the blunt title to his city helmed street album, which featured appearances from Rucci and AzSwaye.
Following their previous collaboration with LA producer Bugsyonabeat, W$TN returns with “Steady Knockin’” with a matching set of visuals shot by Skeye XB
Los Angeles natives KamalShah, $treeb, and WestwestZ make up the rap trio, W$TN (WestNation). This rising rap group is not only catching the attention of listeners through their music but they are also a brand. Whenever you see that dollar sign, you know it’s W$TN.
Up an coming rapper Quezzy2x continues to campaign his recently released mixtape, +117, by debuting a Rockiezoomin-edited flick for “Legendary”. Queezy hits the mall with his boys, roaming around an arcade which fits the Nintendo sounding beat perfectly. Vibe out to “Legendary” here.
Jay Pusha helps visualize the haunting sounds of Pavelow’s “Aye” single that features Suigeneris and production from the mind of killasiiwila. The duo combine their Bay Area flavor AND ghastly production with Wet Visuals Halloween-esque camera work. Make sure to leave the lights on before attempting to tap the play button below.
“Warning” is the first release from Danya Black’s forthcoming “Bird Of Prey” EP. It is a mid tempo, 808 heavy, trap style R&B song about love at first sight. The track was produced by Toani The Maven and the accompanying visual comes to us from So Cinematic
Danya Black is a versatile vocalist, songwriter and producer hailing out of South London, UK. Coming from a Caribbean background she grew up in a household with as much a varied musical taste as the flavours in the food she says. Although having developed a varied palette in music, the one common thread that always held ground for me was message and meaning.
“My mom always emphasised the importance of good lyrics” she says, “As I started to venture out into my own musical explorations I must say it has always been a necessary ingredient for me, BARS!“. “That’s not to say I don’t appreciate something ratchet to turn up to ..as we have a couple of those songs in the ‘stash’ too, it’s just that music is more than just a soundtrack to our lives it’s also the almighty curator that pokes at our consciousness and effects our mood and in turn our actual behaviour. Anyway, enough about that! My music, as well as having a message, issa vibe!”
In Jazz Anderson’s “Round the Way” video, she details her love for hustlers and dope boys while residing in the 5th Ward section of Houston, Texas
Jazz Anderson is an upcoming female rapper out of Houston. She rose to a new level of up and coming stardom after being featured on Rick Ross’ VH1 show Signed and titled “the lyricist” by Ross and Lenny Santiago. Jazz is a female lyricist who has been inspired by the likes of Kanye, J. Cole, and Lauryn Hill. Metaphorically, she states she is an eyewitness on life.
Her “Round The Way” video has been playlisted by VEVO under “New R&B Vibes”, with artists like Russ, Timbaland, SZA, etc. In addition, the record has been listed on ATLTop20 February Bonus track list, featured on the main MyMixtapez page and trended on Audiomack.
Jazz has over 150,000 followers together on her verified Twitter (@ItsJazzAnderson) and verified Instagram (@JazzAnderson), over a quarter million views on Youtube (Youtube.com/c/jazzandersonraps) and over 100,000 listens on Soundcloud (Soundcloud.com/Jazzanderson), where her most recent freestyles and remixes are uploaded.
Krayola is a Florida native born and raised in Chicago. She hasn’t been in the music industry long but she will soon leave her mark. Krayola is not only an artist but a producer as well. Her skills can be heard on “Live For”, her debut music video directed by Demo Raww Visuals. Watch the full video for it here.
In “My Tata” from Mike11 and Jeremih, Tata represents the perfect woman that all men seek, a woman who stands by her man through the good and the bad
Influenced by hip-hop, R&B, and pop music, “My Tata” also appeals to Latin and European audiences as well. Mike11 lends his enthralling Portuguese guitar to the track, as well as lyrics in Spanish like “Amor” and the mix of “Yo Quiero” “Just you,” which means “I want just you (Tata)”. The sultry music video captures Mike in the midst of a seemingly forbidden relationship as his conversation with a beautiful woman is shrewdly interrupted by two uninvited party guests. Watch the official video here.