Fresh off their new project, Never Come Down, Kooley High shares the official music video for the LP’s lead single, “Ceiling.”
“The visuals for the Kooley High single gives the viewer a closer look at the inspirations behind the track. The leading lady played by Maryam is dealing with stress from her life/job/world news of the day. She channels her energy into a positive space to help redirect her state of mind via songwriting. The “Ceiling” video tells a story of overcoming adversity. ”
Check out the official video below!
Shot by Barrett Phillips. Directed by Barret Phillips and Charlie Smarts.
In a world full of artists looking to live the life of others, Blaze continues to differentiate himself in whatever he does. The rising Brooklyn native drops off a wavy new single titled, “All Alone” after releasing his previous track “Motivation” just a few months back. The new track finds the young Flatbush artist harmonizing over the hook that will have listeners and fans nodding and humming along. The production is by way of SM Tracks who delivers a mellow vibe on the instrumental. Give the song a listen and stay tuned for more music from SCUM GANGs finest, Bizz-E BlazE.
With breakout acts likes 22 Gz, Paparattzi Pop, KJ Balla, Shef G, Ace NumbaFive, Bam Bino and most notably Curly Savv & Dah Dah, who rose to rap super stardom following the release of their standout guest verses on Phresher’s career defining single “Wait A Minute,” Brooklyn’s spin music has slowly but surely taken over the streets and the tweets by way of Flowtastic TV. Serving as the rising genre’s unofficial poster-boy, Jezz Gasoline returns to the small screen in the HD clip for “Illegal.” Coming on the heels of the NYC bred entertainer’s viral videos for “Big Opps America” and “No Twirl Zone,” which have both garnered over 1M+ views, the high-energy visual keeps the momentum going for the promising performer.
Check out the So Dope-directed motion picture below and look out for more from the budding BK native dropping soon.
Brookyln creative, Yury, releases a new gem with his single, “Grooves.”
The multi-talented artist explains how he went about creating his new feel-good anthem…
“I made the beat first and just felt like singing on it. It had a really catchy vibe so I rolled with it. ‘I do it all..’ I rap in the chorus, not so much to brag, but to remind people I a make the entire song myself from scratch. Everything you hear on the track, I created.. and it’s a great feeling.”
Check out the official new release, “Grooves,” below and listen to more music from Yury via SoundCloud.