Marcel Taylor is back with another single “Called (I Know)” featuring Lissy Lategan produced by Moflomusic. His first single off his upcoming album DETERMINED. Listen to Marcel Taylor Below: Stream here.
U-Neek Shreef dropped an old school banger with “Angels Watching Over Me” featuring HeeSun Lee & Mouthpi3ce. Listen to U-Neek Shreef Below:
Elijah Jaron released his new track “Sway” featuring Miles Minnick for free download on Rapzilla. Let us know what you think in the comment section. Listen to Elijah Jaron Below:
Nigerian CHH/Urban Female Artist – Same OG is set to release a new song and let us call it a “timely jam” titled “EXEMPTED.” With the World struck with fear and worry amidst the ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic, there is indeed the need for the Redeemed of the Lord to be rest assured that WE ARE EXEMPTED. In her words – “2nd Thess 3:16 says HE will give you PEACE ALWAYS, by ALL MEANS. So we are not afraid! We know that no harm shall befall us! And “what you don’t want, you don’t watch,” so in the midst of the COVID-19 […]
I had a chance to chat with Kurtis Hoppie last week. It was a terrific conversation. I’m excited about all that’s happening through Kurtis and One Vision Army. We started with some small talk. He grew up in Las Vegas, where I now live. It’s always good to have common ground with people. Then we got into his goals with his music. KH – I went through a season of wanting to go out and find myself. I don’t want to live off of someone else’s formula if God’s putting other things on my heart. I’ve always had a heart […]
Auggie Velarde released his single “Wait!” He said: “It’s about an unexpected breakup and what I would have wanted to say to my ex at the time but didn’t get a chance to. It’s also about never losing hope and always keeping your head up.” Listen to Auggie Velarde Below:
On March 27, 2020, the visual for spoken word RnB single Rise premiered on Youtube. The track “Rise” is a collaboration by the artist Waiyaki, Jhe, and Kanilla. It was created to encourage and remind Black Women that they are made in the image of God (Gen 1:27). Although Western society hasn’t valued them as such, the project was made to tell Black women that their value isn’t determined by the world. Instead, it is already determined by God. Watch Waiyaki Below: