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Aeris Hennings is a singer/guitarist from Nashville, TN. Today he releases his brand new single “Driving”. The new single is the follow up to “So Cold” that was released back in May and has already amassed over 200k streams on all platforms. Aeris is currently working on his new album, Euphoria which is due out soon. Stream “Driving” on all platforms.
This is one groovy track. Im talking grown man college music. Musician, producer, recording artist and song writer from Columbus OH. Greg Owens is putting soul and class to his music. This track “There 4 U” makes me want to grab my special lady. The beat is something that sounds like elevator music. Or maybe when your in the 2 door coupe with your special lady. Greg Owens finds a grown man flow all on the track. J-Von Barginear brings that John Legend vibe to the track. This track goes out to all the classy women out there. Taking care of your business and keeping it professional. I hear Greg Owens is in talks of shooting a music video. I really hope it’s for this track. Check it out below. By the way this guy is a sick producer!
Tuck has an exclusive sit down with Mogul Monopoly for Behind The Bars. He opened up and explains his brand and what we can expect in 2015! This New Jersey artist admits that his rode to success has been a bumpy one but it made him the man you see before you and an even better MC.
We do this time to time to artist that just come at us the wrong way. This artist felt preciseearz doesnt support indy artist. And he felt since he is from Atlanta he should be on our blog. Never asked this artist for nothing nor know him. But for some reason he felt we owe him. So guess what now he is posted! He asked for me to review his EP “Homage” which was wack! First track that came on not even his beat. First of all never submit work thats not original. Thats a waste of our time to post. On top of that it sounded like he recorded in his room. Now if you dope im sure producers would be lined up to send you beats. No need to rap on other artist beats. Not to add the beats come from old ass songs. Coming from West Atlanta ain’t easy. But man I really know some hittaz out that way and they dont come across like cry babies. I checked it out and its a waste of time. Just like alot of these artist that feel we just suppose to work for them. My advice to this artist would be get a fanbase. I didnt see any other blogs post this artist. Second find some beats that nobody ever rapped on. Third get management because dude doesnt know how to conduct business. Note to artist asking for a handout will not get you anywhere
Chief Keef’s Glo Gang artist Yae Yae Jordan has been arrested and charged with murder.
According to the Detroit Free Press, the 18-year-old rapper was involved in a shooting back in September at the Déjà Vu nightclub. One person was killed while a few others were injured.
Jordan, real name Cordell Jones, was on the run from police since the shooting and surrendered to authorities last week.
In an Instagram video, the rapper is seen maintaining his innocence prior to his arrest.
“ATF outside, n-gga, they got me. I’m innocent, n***. I ain’t do s***,” he said. “I’ma take it like a man,” he continued. “Here I come. Hold me down, n***a, for real. Yae Yae I love yall.”
Yae Yae signed with Keef’s Glo Gang in July and planned to release music later this year.
Keef, who was dropped from his label last week, hasn’t made a statement on the arrest.
I must admit soon as I hit play I started bouncing. The beat alone by Hipaholics sets the tone for the track. You hear those 808s and I feel like im in a Scary Movie. Now I know some of you hip hop head and hipsters may think it sounds like Asap Ferg “Work” beat. Welllll it isnt this is AR ASE and he is repping PHILLY PHILLY. Now I must admit this hook is ballin. “When I Die Hope My Casket Cost 100 G’z” I really can feel that. Made me want to get in the car and speed down the street with my windows down. AR ASE talks about coming from the bottom and standing on top. The Struggle is real if you know about PHILLY. AR ASE brings that real raw hip hop back. Then on the other hand he delivers a instant club banger like this. Im sure you’ll be hearing more from AR ASE is the future. This banging track will be coming to a hood near you forsure. If you don’t believe me. please I insist check this out. Then hit me up to let me know I was right with this post. Holla Back!