Miguel Rivera drops his latest visual I Need Money exclusively on his official Youtube channel check it out above and leave some feedback in the comment sections below. If you like what you hear and want to keep up with a dope up and coming artist make sure to give him a follow on his social media sites listed below and add his music to your spotify playlist with his spotify link listed below.
P The Producer is a dope up and coming producer that has compiled some of the craziest samples. Check the video above with Kodak Black for just a taste of what this producer has to offer maker sure to check out his Youtube channel below and give him a follow on instagram also listed below. His official website is in the works were artist can lease and buy beats directly from him for now he is taking direct orders on his instagram.
In this video, we take things to the next level with a fresh new sound that blends classic rap styles with modern production techniques. Our lyrics are raw, real, and unapologetic, with themes that touch on everything from personal struggles to social issues that affect us all. We’ve also pulled out all the stops in terms of visuals, with stunning cinematography that brings our music to life in a bold and dynamic way.
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Justin Haley is an 25 year old multi Millionaire who has a few business under his belt. Linking up with Bandman Kevo was another opportunity he couldn’t resist. On the other hand Bandman Kevo saw something in Justin to want to agree to this opportunity.
Justin has linked up and worked with notable names such as Sauce Walka, YBN Almighty Jay, YBN Nahmir, Smoke Purpp, Toosii, and a few other names.
Justin is not your average Business man, a young entrepreneur who understands the key to market, the consistency of getting your name out there, not being afraid to invest in what he believes in.
We will be keeping a eye close on Justin Haley as we are very impressed by his progress.
Relly Boi dropped a new video Hxe Shxx out now on his official Youtube channel check it above and leave some feedback in the comment sections. Make sure to give him a follow on all social media listed below and add this track to your favorite streaming site with the link listed below also.
Jeremiah Onaje’ McCormick, born and raised in New Orleans, LA. The 10th born son of a family of 13. I was introduced to hip hop at age 8 by older brother and rap artist Percy aka 9th Ward Perseus. The very first song I memorized was “Scarface” off Geto Boys sophomore lp which played on the radio often. However, Perseus was my favorite rapper. I wrote my first rap verse at 13. I recited the rap to my older brother Perseus. Once I got his approval of the verse being “fire” I continued to write and create and I never looked back.
This was song was released Dec 22, 2022. The video debuted on Feb 3rd and debuted on World Star Hip Hop on Feb 8th The songs angle is to influence the listener to continue through what ever tough time they are in. Not your average rainy day, I’m talking devastation,…heartbreak, near mental breakdown…homelessness,…the loss of a loved one….suicide attempts due to life’s pressure…near death experience. This song may not be for everyone….YET…being that you have to keep living and this song will become relatable. However, in the verses I rap about my personal experiences as an artist.
The reason I chose to release this song near the end of one year and the start of another, is because as a whole, people everywhere has gone through unusually tough times since the start of COVID-19 and its lasting affects. Not to mention, inflation, police brutality towards blacks, black on black crime, and the dumbed down overall substances of today’s hip hop/rap music. I felt a positive message of perseverance was needed at this time. My music is for everyone. However, being a black male in America, I have special assignment to break the unhealthy cycle that my people continue to repeat.
Zaytoven has just announced he has launched his very own record label called ZTP alongside music executive Big Trill and they’re calling out to all creatives.
On Tuesday (December 20), Zaytoven took to his Instagram account with the announcement by sharing a photo of himself and Trill posing for the camera. In his caption, Zay revealed the name of his new label and the plan he has to see the company grow.
“We are Blessed to announce that ‘ZTP’ The Label is official,” Zaytoven captioned his post. “Me and @therealbigtrill are officially a label. We are SIGNING artist, producers, song writers, DJs, all brands. we are looking for a real team a solid team. Searching for all talent in every city, every state, every town!!!! Let’s get to work.”
There’s no other word on the label and if any artists are signed already.
This isn’t Zaytoven’s first label, as he has Zaytoven Global, LLC under his belt, and he’s one of many producers with their own record label. Other beatsmiths with their own imprint include Hit-Boy with Hits Since 87, Metro Boomin with Boominati Worldwide and more.
Zaytoven adding the music executive title to his extensive résumé is a plus. He’s already worked with some of the biggest names in music, including Gucci Mane, Future, Migos, Jack Harlow and more.
One artist, in particular, had an emotional moment working with Zay in the studio. In January, Chief Keef revealed he cried while recording “Ain’t Gonna Happen” off their collaborative effort GloToven, which was released in March 2019. Instead of including the sound of him crying in the studio, he decided to use laughter — something he does every time he cries.
“Fun fact: on front of ain’t gonna happen a young n-gga was cryin thinking about them members but every time I cry I laugh so I ended up laughing and taking the crying out the front you only hear it on intro by the time I got to laughin,” Keef wrote on Twitter.