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In celebration of Ceraadi‘s latest EP “Ceraadi’s Playlist“, the Roc Nation (in partnership with Island Music) duo, decided to release three new lyric videos off the project for “OK”, That’s What She’d Say” and “Dumbstruck”. Ceraadi’s Playlist, which was well received by their supporters and music enthusiasts, showcases the fun and youthful side of the sisters while their lyrics inspire you to be the best version of yourself. Capturing both the fun and inspiring side of the pair, the lyric videos give you a peek inside their playful nature and breaks down each line word for word. In just two days, these lyric videos have garnered well over 200K views from their ‘Cerider’ fanbase.
Popular LA based sister duo, Ceraadi, just released their highly anticipated ep; Ceraadi’s Playlist, today. The 5-track EP was created as a gift to Emaza and Saiyr’s loyal supporters also known as the ‘Ceriders’. Ceraadi’s Playlist showcases a dynamic range of singing and rapping over energetic beats reminiscent of the 90’s era. Outside of the sound, Ceraadi wanted to make sure that their lyrics stand true to who they are and inspire female empowerment, self-love and chasing your dreams. “We wanted to give our supporters music that expresses what they’re afraid to say and that it’s okay to love, hurt, hustle, and to unapologetically be you”, Ceraadi states.
The sisters gave fans a sample of what to expect on Ceraadi’s Playlist this spring, as they toured with Fresh Empire performing for the Spring Break Jump Off. They were also seen lighting up the stage during this year’s BET Awards, for the BET Experience. Ceraadi’s lead single off the project entitled, Loyal, garnered well over 1,000,000 views in just three days.
The song, which has a catchy hook and fun laid back vibe, really captured their heart and personalities. Nylon quoted, “They boast unique personalities that perfectly balance each other, capitalizing on their differences and letting their counterpart shine rather than stepping on anyone’s toes. It’s the familial love and trust (they cite their mom as one of their biggest supporters in this journey) that not only keeps them intact through the uphill climb of a music career, but tightens their artistic vision and sound.” Ceraadi’s Playlist truly embodies their spirit and talent and will show the world why their sound sets them apart.
Rising Portland star 3AM is back again with the Offical Music Video for his off the charts new single, “Hot Shit” produced by Pliv. Toying with his sound more and more, 3AM steps away from the R&B side of things and turns up the notch lyrically and sonically with his latest release. “Hot Shit” displays his raw, gritty side that we haven’t seen since “Freddy vs. Jason.” He boasts about his wild days in high school thuggin’ to the present day shift to crowd surfing and livin’ the rap life.
Dripped in 808’s, 3AM breaks down his hustle and silences the haters over the grimey trap production. Filmed in downtown Portland, 3AM and his squad flex in the Riley Brown directed visuals. Including clips from his recent live shows, “Hot Shit” shows 3AM really in the mosh pit turning up with his fans. Director/Editor Riley Brown takes “Hot Shit” over top with psychedelic effects and dark tones to match 3AM’s vision. Tailor-made for his stage shows, 3AM is not only a diverse artist in the booth but also one of the most exciting performers in his hometown.
After flooding the scene earlier this year with hits like Booth On Fire, Off A Perc, Going The Distance, and more it’s obvious there’s no stopping 3AM’s hustle this year.Word is he has a crazy feature on his next release set to drop late summer. With Executive Production from David Ferguson aka PortlandKid and co-signs from TYuS and more, 3AM is definitely on our list of artists to keep on eye on for the second half of 2019 and beyond. Hit play on the Official Music Video “Hot Shit” and be sure to add this to your summer playlist.
In celebration of her Mexican-American heritage, Destiny Rogers shares a re-imagined version of Ramon Ayla’s “Tragos Amargos” via Beach Wave Sound/RCA Records. The cover showcases Destiny’s versatility as an artist and ability to give a stunning vocal performance in Spanish, which is something new for her fans. Click HERE to listen.
Destiny also announces she will join rising Australian artist and label mate Ruel’s North American leg of his “Free Time Tour” this fall. It marks Destiny’s first time performing tracks from her debut EP, Tomboy livefor fans across the country. Tickets will be available for a fan pre-sale on Monday, August 12th at 10am local time and on sale for the general public on Friday, August 16th at 10am local time.
Released earlier this spring the Tomboy EP, which was produced by Grammy-Award winning songwriter/producer team The Stereotypes (Bruno Mars, Cardi B) includes Destiny’s breakout hit, title track “Tomboy,” which has been streamed nearly 10 million times worldwide since release. It received rave reviews from the likes of Billboard, who included the track on their “20 Cool Pop Songs for Your Summer Playlist” list describing “Destiny Rogers marries a gift for personal storytelling with a sumptuous percussion palette on [‘Tomboy’].” NYLON also declares the whole EP as “a killer debut” and Refinery29 shares Destiny has a “hazy, raw aesthetic…[and] addicting vocals,” while DJ Booth proclaims “Tomboy…is a triumph in confidence and identity.”
Listen to “Tragos Amargos,” catch Destiny on tour and keep an eye out for more from the rising star coming soon.
Blitz//Berlin is a group of experimental film composers based in Los Angeles. In the past two years, members Martin Macphail, Tristan Tarr, and Dean Rode have seen a meteoric rise in the world of international film and TV music, earning numerous accolades from around the globe, including a JUNO Award nomination for “Instrumental Album of the Year” in 2017.
The group recently released an album titled There Will Be No Miracles Here, leading with single “Mercy”. They’re following the album with a visual for the track.The lyric paints a picture of despair and a search for meaning and hope, while the video takes an unexpected spin on this theme. Would be great if you might consider featuring!
These are all words to describe Yung Pacino. The LA based visionary returns this Summer with a new record, “Write My Wrongs.” As directed by @dbenfilms, Pacino touches on subject matter that some can relate to – losing close friends, hustling, and street life.
Bringing these to light and in motion, “Write My Wrongs” is a cinematic performance for a powerful record.
Jeanine Del Carlo is a singer-songwriter, dancer, and producer from Los Angeles, CA. Her new single, “Boss Babe,” is about loving your life no matter what anybody says and to keep believing in yourself through adversity.
“I wrote this song from being rejected so many times while I worked for a career in the Entertainment industry,”Jeanine explains. “After 10 plus years of people saying no or saying nothing at all gives you a little something to work with and write about. I also wrote the song to acknowledge all the female entrepreneurs in the world working on themselves and their businesses. I think it’s beautiful seeing women prosper and make a path for their dreams.”
Los Angeles rapper TK has released a fire new single titled “Miss You”. After moving to the west coast from Cincinnati to pursue a career in entertainment, he is taking his talent to new heights. His original and authentic sound, has elements of his diverse Ohio upbringing infused throughout. He is showcasing a more vulnerable side to his music and creativity this summer!
“Miss You” is the perfect balance of hip hop and r&b. His raw and honest lyrics, mixed with his auto tune inspired vocals, are a match made in heaven. Some bars that stand out the most on this release are “and I don’t want you to think that I don’t care, because I miss you and I need you right here.”
The most impressive part of this song is the infectious vibe the uptempo beat provides. He does an excellent job of giving music lovers all over the world a high quality record.
Currently TK is working on releasing a new EP that will be released sometime this year. As he continues to balance being a recording artist, producer and creative in LA, his musical talent speaks for itself. “Miss You” is by far his best material to date and serves as a summer anthem on the west coast.
Press play below to enjoy the musical styling of LA based artist TK.
Oakland, CA producer Centric
doesn’t sleep… after an auspicious 2018 having released the successful banger
“Gutta Rap” with Lil Fame [MOP],
Rockness [Heltah Skeltah] and J. Gunn gaining
coverage and spins all over the world, followed up by his group Grand
Opus sophomore album “High Power” with Joc Scholar, and
then netting himself a major EA Sports placement with the latest FIFA
game. Centric carries that momentum into this year as he
releases yet another single “Magic” feat. C.Keys and Peta
Parka which switches up the tone from last weeks provocative “STOP!”, showing everyone his versatility as a
producer. #centric #magic #ckeys
Mary Elizabeth Winstead Quote: “You don’t have to play masculine to be a strong woman.” Astana Music is the newest record and production company hitting the pop scene in the US today. Astana’s second release is the infectious dance club track “Pink Tool Box” from the sultry vocal powerhouse Chelsea. Astana continues to expand and grows as they deliver music that is relevant and empowered. Stay tuned for updates on new music, videos, and content.