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Traphall Artist, Chedda Da Medalis delivers his latest project, “Bigger Than Life”
International superstar, Chedda Da Medalis, born Tyrello Johnson is a savvy lyricist. The Jamaica native is steadily on a path to stardom. His goal is to have his name etched in the history books of entertainment right beside his Dad, the legendary dancehall artist, Daddy Screw. Daddy Screw, whose real name is Micheal Alexander Johnson, has a set the bar for this upcoming entertainer. He has nothing but music and the drive to excel thumping through his veins.
Chedda Da Medalis whom many industry insiders consider a legend in the making expects even greater things in the near future. Some of his musical influences include his father, Daddy Screw, Bob Marley, the Warlord Bounty Killer, and the Doctor Beenie Man. Also, the Emperor from Portmore Vybz Kartel, Aidonia, Jay-Z, Lil Wayne, Biggie Smalls, Eminem, KRS-ONE, Nas- just to name a few. In regard to life, his biggest influence is his Grandparents that did a great job raising him.
The multifaceted musician has taken a lane for himself by fusing Hiphop Trap music and his native Jamaican music. Chedda Da Medalis creates his own lane in music called Traphall and the megastar boast this new style of music on his 2019 release of his debut album titled Bigga Than Life with a track-list that’s sure to please.
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Today, we introduce you to his latest single, “See Me”, produced by BL$$D & Jwise. A smooth, yet hard-hitting record that nicely blends with RENEGADE EL REY’s flow. The production and delivery on “See Me” makes this record a must spin. Check it out below and add it to your playlist TODAY!
Today rapper Top-Notch 772 releases his next single for the track, “Ain’t Nobody Mad.” Expressing himself in every word of authentic Florida slang, Top-Notch 772 , represents a small coastal city just a few hours from several of Florida’s most populous cities in Miami, Orlando and Tampa.
“Pretty much I just write what I feel at the time or whatever I’m going through and what’s on my mind and what I see.” Top-Notch 772 said. “The lyrics come to my mind, I write it down and it’s just how I’m feeling at the time. I record it and say everything thats on my mind.”
Connecting with a producer by the name of Will out of Playa House Studio, Top-Notch 772 and his producer have developed a sound all their own. But while Top-Notch 772 continues to develop his craft, at times he reflects on his life after football having broke his leg during the Buffalo Bills mini camp and he was never able to return to playing the game that he loved because the bone popped out of his skin.
“I’m from Florida and played football and in college, but injuries and other circumstances led me to this path here. When I had broke my leg my daddy had been shot in the head and killed and my momma been on drugs he whole life, so I used all that pain and what I had been through and used it to fuel my career,” Top-Notch 772 said.
Just a few years removed from a contract with the Buffalo Bills, Top-Notch 772 has linked up with New York-based management guru Smit of Back Door Movements to help realize his goals of becoming a successful artist in the game.
Rising from extreme poverty in the Houston slums to become one of rap’s most compelling raconteurs, Maxo Kream’s story is just beginning. Turning the page to a new chapter, Maxo announces Brandon Banks, his upcoming major label debut. The culmination of a journey from struggle to triumph, Brandon Banks brings listeners back into the world of Maxo Kream–a world that contrasts the grim realities of poverty with the luxurious life of a successful rapper. Born Emekwanem Ogugua Biosah Jr., Maxo grew up idolizing his father who spent much of Maxo’s youth in-and-out of prison–in his illegal enterprise, his father used the code name Brandon Banks. The upcoming album finds Maxo grappling with his newfound fame–as a budding star and recent RCA Records signee, Maxo has no need to return to his previous life, but he is still very attached to friends and family in the street, who he is not quite able to lift out of their circumstances. Featuring appearances from Travis Scott, Megan Thee Stallion, and many others, Brandon Banks drops on July 19th via Big Persona/88 Classic/RCA Records.
Watch a New Trailer for the Upcoming Project, Named After the Assumed Alias of His Nigerian Father
Explains Maxo Kream: “This album is me telling the story of how I’m just like my dad except he was a scammer and I was a trapper. Despite his flaws, he was a great parent, always made sure the rent was paid, made sure I went to school, taught me right from wrong. I wasn’t raised to be a trapper, it just happened because of my circumstances. My relationship with my dad now is great – I used to be terrified of him growing up but now that’s my n****a. We’re like yin and yang.”
Though it’s heavily informed by Maxo’s past, as depicted in his previous albums Maxo 187 and Punken, Brandon Banks is an album firmly rooted in the present, with appearances from some of the biggest names in rap. Always looking for adventurous sounds, Maxo leveled up to complete his musical vision, enlisting A-Listers like Mike Dean and Murda Beatz, as well as previous collaborators like teej and Ryan ESL. The upcoming album gives a home to recent singles, including the soulful “Meet Again,” listed by Esquire, Billboard, and Vulture as one of 2019’s best songs so far, the sinister, ChaseTheMoney-produced “Still,” and the sexual and lyrical “She Live,” featuring fellow Houston emcee Megan Thee Stallion, which racked up over 150k Spotify streams since its release last week. Featuring appearances from Travis Scott, and many others, Brandon Banks hits stores on May 31st via RCA Records.
Generating over 30 million streams on Spotify alone, Maxo’s 2018 project Punken earned massive critical acclaim, including “Best Of 2018” honors from Noisey, The AV Club, FACT Mag, and DJ Booth, among others. The project’s most recent single “Roaches,” which boasts a creative music video with over 4.9 million YouTube views. Featuring appearances from Trippie Redd, 03 Greedo, and D. Flowers, and with production from The Wlderness, Beatboy, Sonny Digital, Ethereal, Honorable C Note, $uicideboy$, Tommy Kruise, Wolfe De Mchls, Teddy Walton, and MexikoDro, Punken built upon 2015’s Maxo 187 and 2016’s The Persona Tape with emotional and sonically diverse tracks sitting side-by-side with drug-dealing bangers. Expect a similar creative and commercial leap from Brandon Banks.
Today Jersey rapper Raw Webb releases his new single “Bully Bitches” produced by Mossberg Montana.
“Bully Bitches means no matter what – don’t give up. Bully for your opportunity and just take it! Don’t wait on anyone to give it. Take it or you’ll be left behind,” Raw Webb explained.
Featuring a guitar laden trap beat, Raw Webb stresses the importance of living your life to the fullest with “Bully Bitches.”
Finding his way into the music industry by way of DJing, Jersey rapper Raw Webb has been in the music industry for over 15 years in the Tri-State area and transitioned to rap after the seeing the possibilities of commercial success.
Raw Webb got his big break in 2015 touring with Master P’s No Limit Forever where he was featured on the song “I Brought A Tank” with Krazy from the 504 Boyz.
This lead to the release of his July 2016 album titled Toma, which is the Spanish word for “taking.”
By 2018, Raw Webb connected with German super producer MP Beatz as he released his first single with his new management team, Wealth Nation. Titled “What U Hatin For,” this was Raw Webbs biggest record as the Summer track made a big impact in the United States and as well overseas.
As Dante Swave prepares for the release of his upcoming EP, Take Your Soul, the introspective rapper delivers the lead single to the project dubbed, “Vibes” produced by Shhbang Records.
According to Dante the song is about energy, self love and the idea of being alive: “The way you can catch a vibe is through energy, any feeling that makes you feel good in any sort of way. Aesthetics within your visionary perception. Meeting people you connect with, having fun, and being comfortable with yourself is how you catch a vibe. It all starts with self-love and loving the idea of being alive,” Dante explained.
After taking his high school by storm rapping a diss record at the school talent show, Dante Swave became inspired to pursue rap seriously speaking on real life situations and violence that he witnessed in New York as a youth.
“I started rapping when I was 13 years old because of life situations that made me put a pen to paper like violence in the streets of NYC and common teen depression,” Dante Swave explained. “I made a diss track towards someone at my old high school in retaliation for making a song about me. I performed it at a school talent show which made my whole school go crazy, making me realize this is what I wanted to do”
Rolling into the Summer, Dante Swave is prepping for his Take Your Soul EP and encourages everyone to live their best life.”Be yourself and live your best life, this world is like an alternate reality just play it the best way you can and have fun.”
Today MSC Jay drops his new uptempo track “Take You There” with help from R&B crooner, “Rell” of Roc-a-Fella Records. The energetic bass-heavy track produced by Mr. Hanky (Lil Duval – “Smile B*tch”) embodies a nostalgic sample harkening back to the mid-eighties. Representing the “Geechie Gullah” culture established around the island of St. Helena, South Carolina, MSC Jay is poised to leave his unique mark on the music industry while shedding light on his indigenous heritage.
“Take you there is really a fun type record with a Summertime feel to it. I linked up wit Mr. Hanky, got 3 beats from him and wrote to 2 of them,” MSC Jay explained. “The last beat I didn’t really know how I was going to come on there so my management sent it to Rell. Rell cooked up da hook and sent it to me and da rest is history”
Rolling into the Summer MSC Jay has a host of spot dates planned along with several radio appearances at regional clubs and concerts. When asked about how he is approaching the promotion of this record, MSC Jay said, “As far as promoting the record goes we gone be hitting the streets, clubs, & internet at the same time with this record. I want it to be done organically to keep people’s attention! “