DOnly a week into the New Year and rising Detroit talent Melody Renee is already saucing up the airwaves with her new record “Girls Up In Here“. For the new turn up anthem, Melody acquires the help of the lovely Sigdatrig. Strutting through Times Square with her tantalizing and provocative “Girls,” Melody sets it off for all the ladies around the world. The new single follows her latest project “Out Of This World.” Tune in below.
Minneapolis, MN artist Boobie Blood just dropped the video for his new single “I Run The City.” This track is from his latest mixtape I’m On Your Block which is currently available on Datpiff. Check out the video and let us know what you think.
We head to the Dark Side of the Moon with Woulf as he takes us on a journey with his latest full-length project. Dark Side Of The Moon: “This Time Will Be Different!”, the
title alone captures every emotion of this project. WOULF comes off a
two-year hiatus and reaches higher depths with this compilation. Dark
Side Of The Moon boasts 12 tracks with features from Tae Miles on
“Roses” and Monty Willz on “High Horse” with production from Cleveland,
Ohio producers Antoine Christopher, Aye Yo Ace, MizzHitzBeatz, and
OGx50, Texas producer WhatChrisDoin, and South Florida producer Bluff
Gawd. WOULF will be performing live
at the House of Blues in Cleveland, Ohio January 10th 2019 with Queens,
New York Hip Hop legend Ja Rule.
Empire Records is pleased to release the new body of work from Detroit’s FMB DZ‘s, The Gift 2.
The Detroit rapper who broke on the scene in 2017 with his mixtapes, I Ain’t Gonna Lie and Washington DZ, has gotten the reputation of being one of the best out of the Motor City with Faderstating he is, “Among the most talented combining clever wordplay, and a natural ear for beats, with sobering storytelling.”
With the release of The Gift 2, which follows 2017s The Gift, FMB DZ has enlisted features by, Kash Doll, Mozzy, Sada Baby and more.
The first visual from The Gift 2 is of “Dopeman,” directed by Mota Media. The song was produced by Antt Beatz and reflects on life in the streets of Detroit.
The beautiful singer/songwriter Brie is back with a new BRIEMIX for her fans, covering the song that garnered Daniel Caesar much success; “Get You”. In true Brie fashion, she adds her own unique runs and wordplay, with a beat you can vibe out to.
Start your weekend off right and head over to Soundcloud to take a listen!
Lemi Vice and Action Jackson release a kinetic, surreal music video for their EDM/Rap banger, “Geechi”. Featured DirtyBird artist Dances With White Girls brings his eccentric vocals and sets the tone by directing just the perfect amount of booty. From there, viewers are treated to a wild world of break-dancing bots and beautiful babes. The video for “Geechi” was directed by Paul Symons, and the song is featured on Lemi Vice and Action Jackson’s debut album, BOI, which is out now on all digital music streaming sites and retail platforms!
Jayaire Woods has just released the visual to his song “4 Walls” off the late summer project, “Woodside Lane.” This track, as well as the “Woodside Lane” EP, was a collaboration with producer Stan Lane. Woods is gearing up to release a series of music bi-weekly starting on December 19th through early spring in a series called “Woodside Wednesdays.” This is in anticipation of dropping his fifth and most ambitious project to date — tentatively titled “Life is Grand” due in late spring 2019.
Adam Ronel (formerly Adam Reverie) re-emerges with a powerful new single just in time to end the year with a bang. The Detroit native delivers “Hate”, a lyrically charged record infused with soul, produced by Yoshi God. The single introduces itself with a snippet of the gospel classic, “God Has Smiled On Me”, which Yoshi later implements in the rest of the beat. And then here comes Adam, and he wastes no time getting to business. Out the gate, Adam Ronel shows off his witty lyrical skills, while exhibiting animation and diversity in his delivery. He touches on a variety of sensitive topics, including down low men, internet know-it-alls, and his father’s broken promises. “Hate” is Grammy worthy. Adam’s talent led him to create a record called “Hate”, where he’s addressing hate, but through his DELIVERY he managed to make it an enjoyable record. That right there, is genuine talent.