First off, shout out to Rapzilla for creating this space for songwriters! I believe the more insight we have on the creation process of song composing, will in return only help to make better song composers. The reason I chose to share my song composing process instead of that of my tracks (Instrumental or beat) is because in this way both the lyric and music composer can benefit from this process. There is A LOT that goes into composing a fully completed song. From choosing the best drum kit and sounds, to finding the right cadence or lyric, you will no doubt find having the right tools to do so is priceless. So with that said lets begin!
Alan Puac aka Mpax since has been playing the saxophone since the age of 15. Since that age, he has been passionate about using this talent to the fullest and frequently plays with his Praise & Worship team in Houston, TX at Temple Poder Y Gozo. Mpax combines the sounds of hip hop, contemporary, and synthesized sounds to bring you Mpax On The Sax.
James Gardin teams up with longtime collaborator Terem on an anthem for the underdog entitled “Diamond in the Rough.” “Diamond in The Rough” is for anyone who saw the intrinsic value of their gift before it was validated by outside sources. If you invested in your self and kept pushing through every set back this is the song to play during your victory lap. “I hope this song not only encourages you but sparks ideas on how you can start building before others join. The world is truly better when we are at our best.” Listen to James Gardin below:
“‘Freedom’ is about finding your special place. Where do you find peace? Mine is in music. I find calm & rejuvenation in creating song ideas to beats that move me. The ability to express myself, has given me great freedom and made me the artist I am,” said Sareem Poems. Newselph produced the song. Listen to Sareem Poems & Newselph Below:
Cee Jonez released his new track “Greatness” featuring Josh Ali for Free Download. Let us know what you think in the comment section. Listen to Cee Jonez Below:
“Intro” is a song that has Liwu flexing his lyrical muscle, as he invites us (the listener) to take a glimpse into his inner thoughts. Liwu starts off the song by talking about how rappers like him who are lyrical don’t necessarily have the backing of a hit song, nevertheless, he still finds Joy in who he is and the authenticity of what he does. Watch Liwu Below: Download the song here.