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C. Waive – “I Never Lied”

Up and coming artist, C. Waive, shares with us his official debut single titled, “I Never Lied.”

Be on the lookout for more music from C. Waive – theres much more heat to come!


Tone West – “Falcon Nine (Album)”

New Jersey artist, Tone West, shares with us his new project, Falcon Nine

The rapper recruits fellow heavy hitters – Kobe, Marty Rantzen, Recohavoc, BluSloppy, ChyMolly, Nadia Stone and Philadelphia legend, Beanie Sigel.

Tone delivers an impressive body of work, that certainly suggests he’s ready to take over the rap game.
“I made Falcon Nine over the past year. Falcon is a nickname people call me & Falcon Nine relates to the rocket launch from Elon Musk & SpaceX symbolizing me taking off. Also there are 9 songs. Essentially a launch of Tone West by releasing my first big project outside of the Vibes Pending EP. The beginning of a journey.” – Tone West

Stream & Download the official album below! 


Tony Santana – ‘Solstice’ LP

Hailing from Santa Ana, CA, Tony $antana has a unique way of welding words to beats, and he showcases the best ways that he does this on his new EP Solstice. It’s three tracks worth of fresh material for the baritone-voiced rapper, gift-wrapping rhymes with a steely sense of tranquility that has made him become one of California’s hottest rising rappers.

YB – “My Shot”

Recently rapper YB dropped his new single “My Shot” on Friday, September 6th to support his forthcoming album Fire & Desire.The lyrics and theme of “My Shot” highlights his faith in God and ambition to become a crowned king in hip-hop. As good as rap artists like Lecrae and Andy Mineo, YB defies the notion that Christian rappers aren’t dope. While some may not know the meaning of his name YB, the moniker is a shortened version of, “Why be normal?” “Why be content?”. “My Shot” is drops on the heels of his previous single “Clark Kent” which amassed over 30K views on YouTube. YB intends to increase anticipation for his new album with “My Shot” and capitalize on the success of his last full length project God Still Has Soldiers 2 which peaked at #20 on the iTunes Christian & Gospel charts in 2018.

Driscoe – “Gotta Believe”

Hailing out of Baltimore, MD, emerging storyteller Driscoe is making his presence felt with every track. Today, the passionate emcee unloads a new track titled “Gotta Believe,” which is a song that aims to inspire and motivate others to fight through their demons and achieve their goals. The song’s quite fitting for Driscoe as the artist has never shied away from speaking on his own mental health battles. Having experienced depression, bipolar and more, Driscoe knows what it feels like to be “lost” and confused, and as a result, he uses his music as an effective way to help the world. SoundCloud

Reggie Becton – “Rainin In LA”

PG County’s own Reggie Becton drops his brand new Raphael Saadiq-Inspired love song titled, “Rainin In LA.”

“It’s inspired by one of the most classic and famous lyrics in the world of R&B: “it never rains in Southern California” written by one of my favorite 90’s R&B songwriters, Raphael Saadiq. Most people, including myself, move to LA for the 24/7 sunshine but after living here for three years, I realized it does actually rain in southern California and quite a lot. 

On the night Rainin in LA was written, I was about to wrap up a studio session around 4 am and I just remember looking out of the window seeing it was still pouring down rain and I started thinking about this amazing girl I met at an art show the night before. I thought I was experiencing love at first sight for the first time, but once I realized she lived two hours away I knew LA traffic would turn that into a three hour commute and what could’ve been, quickly lost its magic.” – Reggie Becton

Listen to, “Rainin In LA,” below and listen to more music from Reggie Becton via Spotify.


#BEFORETHEFAME | Lil Donald Talks The Importance Of Creativity In The Studio, His Ludacris Collab, His ‘How To Survive’ Domestic Violence Q&A, New Music & MORE

Atlanta’s own Lil Donald stops by #BEFORETHEFAME to talk about why creativity is important when it comes to making hits, being signed V.S being independent, getting a feature from Ludacris, and more!

Watch the full Lil Donald Interview below and stay tuned for more #BEFORETHEFAME interviews on the way!


DYL – “Crypto Rich (Album)”

Philly’s own up and coming hype, DYL, shares his highly anticipated debut album, Crypto Rich.

Crypto Rich represents me finally telling my story – in my own way. It took me years to master my craft and create a sound that I was fully confident in. Crypto Rich is the beginning of something huge – I’ve finally found my sound as an artist. 
I’m a huge advocate for cryptocurrency, but the album is uniquely my story rather than being cryptocurrency focused. “Crypto Rich” is about living the internet rich dream – but it’s also a story about real life. My story,” DYL

Stream the album below, and support on iTunes here



Beano French Ft. Dayne Jordan – “Feel Good Love”

Fresh off the release of his latest body of work, Just Beano, Philadelphia singer Beano French drops off a brand new smooth hitter titled, “Feel Good Love.”

“I wanted to kinda build off Just Beano and say like it’s cool to be in love and show a woman you appreciate her. The live horns, guitar and bass, really brought the song to life. This songs is pretty much just showing love and R&B is still cool,” – Beano 

Stream “Feel Good Love” below, and be sure to support on iTunes here


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