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Mak Bandz & Smoola have been on a tear as of late with the release of their EP 2 Deep In. Under the 1801 Records umbrella, the project has spawned viral attention grabbers such as “Zippers” and “All Day.” The Cincinnati duo shows no signs of slowing down as they’ve enlisted fellow newcomer Calboy for their new single “Ordinary.” Fresh off the heels of his own breakthrough hit “Envy Me,” which has yielded over 100 Million streams, Calboy joins Mak Bandz and Smoola on the Ill Will Beatz produced cut and now the trio unite for the official visual. Peep the video and check out their EP 2 Deep In, which is currently available on all streaming platforms.
The track appears on his recently released six-track EP Orange. The EP features
previously released tracks “Nuisance” and “Makeup,” which garnered over 1 million streams in the first month of its
release. Both tracks follow his previously released tracks “Round n Round” feat. Sprite Lee (15+ million streams), “DriveMy Car” (14+ million streams) and “19” (9+ million streams). He also appeared on Lil Skies’ “Nowadays”
and “RedRoses,” which both garnered over 250 million streams individually.
There’s a poignant yet feel-good vibe that makes 21-year-old recording artist Landon Cube’s sound infectious. The Southern Maryland native has a diverse history within music, punctuated by his versatile catalog. With Landon’s new single “Makeup,” the young star on the rise is geared to level up to the next chapter in his career. At 16, he made the firm decision that music was his chosen trajectory and once he graduated high school, he dropped his introductory cut “Euphoria.” His participation with local viral video crew Cufboys added fuel to the fire, as Landon began galvanizing a fan base through his laid-back authenticity and knack for melding sounds. Through Cufboys he met burgeoning star Lil Skies, as the two joined forces on cuts like “Red Roses” and “Nowadays,” the former impressively hitting one million streams in less than a month. It wasn’t long before Landon was Los Angeles bound and continued his upward mobility as an artist, ultimately joining the Republic Records roster. Landon Cube, who already has over 4 million monthly listeners on Spotify, has already secured a solid following based upon his honest and heartfelt music, and the next phase in his career will bring more of that to the forefront.
Yukon returns today with a brand new visual for “Lifestyle” from his Triangle album. “The hook makes it self explanatory. It’s about being young and having fun. Texas known for having the best drank. When I was on that heavy, that’s where I would go to get it/that’s where it came from,” said the Connecticut born and Atlanta raised artist. Watch the LVTRKevin-directed video below.
RoQy TyRaiD returns with another wild visual to his new DJ Green Lantern-curated project OUTBREAK. “IWMAO,” produced by Nameless, takes inspiration from Derrick Rose’s recent NBA Moment of The Year-winning career benchmark. In his postgame interview, Derrick Rose was asked what inspired him to reach a new achievement; “I worked my ass off, bro.” Indeed, so does RoQy all throughout this VibeGood directed visual which sees him inducting a victim to his psychological torture chamber in scenes fit for Twilight Zone. Enjoy.
Ask April Love is proud to welcome emerging Detroit rap artist, Tay B. to its music division. Tay B. is giving his fans a treat with the release of the visual for his latest single: I’m Up Foreal, which has not yet been released to other major streaming platforms such as Apple Music & Spotify. I’m Up Formal is a heavy hitting rap track with a Detroit flare. Tay B. takes a shot at acting throughout the visual, depicting a youngin getting to the money, being patient and staying down for the come-up; not letting anything stand in the way of the money.
The empowering sister group, Ceraadi, released a new visual for their hit single Loyal, last week. Since its release, the duo has reached an astounding 1 million organic views in the first three days. The single is steadily peaking at Apple and Spotify with a constant climb in streams. Emaza and Saiyr quickly rose to stardom after showcasing their dancing and singing skills on YouTube and social media. Their loyal fanbase dubbed ‘Ceriders’ have helped the sisters grow their social presence to 1.3 million Instagram followers, 1 million YouTube subscribers and 27 million YouTube views, by the beginning of 2019.
The video for “Loyal” highlights the groups unique dancing skills with bright and fun fashion to compliment, inspired by the 90’s R&B movement. This song takes supporters on a special ride with sassy rhymes and a hypnotizing hook.
Never in the history of language has apologizing sounded this good! Tap in with up and coming Portland artist Lord Lawrence and his bouncy new visuals for “My Apologies.” From the title you might think this is a downtempo love song but you couldn’t be more wrong. Lord Lawrence drops in with flawless, uptempo-pop melodies on his latest release. With video production from Olson Creative, “My Apologies” is the first release from Lawrence’s upcoming album set to drop this summer. A perfect bop for this summer, “My Apologies” is a fun yet introspective look at Lord Lawrence – a man of many trades. Not only using auto-tune to his advantage, Lawrence flexes some immaculate double time flow on his latest offering. With a bubbling music scene in Portland, Oregon – Lord Lawrence is definitely a name to look out for in the second half of 2019 and beyond! Hit play on “My Apologies” now available on YouTube!
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More Info on Lord Lawrence Lord Lawrence is a multifaceted young artist, Father, and self proclaimed “Popstar in the making” based out of Portland, OR. He has carved a space for himself as one of the Pacific Northwest’s most promising new acts with autotuned melody, strong, uncut energy and contemporary trap rhythm. He has quickly climbed the ranks of the local Portland music community. He soon will be releasing his second album entitled “My Apologies”.