$lyce Creates Music for the Post-Quarantine World – “Endless Denim”

Have you ever been to Delaware? All I know about the state is that their University mascot is the “Fightin’ Blue Hens.” Well, there is a sonically talented voice emerging from the state too. He goes by the name of “$lyce” and in early 2021 he has been on a tear. His latest offering titled “Endless Denim” gives off a bouncy yet laid back sound. … Continue reading $lyce Creates Music for the Post-Quarantine World – “Endless Denim”

Cobejordan Drops His Debut Album “Growing Pains”

As the title implies Cobejoran has just dropped his debut album “Growing pains“, a nine track album that focuses on 2 major sounds. The sounds are chill and hype which if you ask me are the two best sounds to have on an album making it almost universally appreciated. Cobejordan does what he’s known for and kills the beats on each track really setting the … Continue reading Cobejordan Drops His Debut Album “Growing Pains”

Kenny Greene Drops a Fire Conceptual Video For “I Smoke Too Much”

Kenny Greene released his visual for “I Smoke Too Much“, an interesting concept taking inspiration from the the fairy tale “Little Red Riding Hood”. The song itself is a great listen, a solid and energetic flow and a perfectly droughted out 808s always makes for a banger. The video itself works itself in two seperate parts one where Greene is the main focus while his … Continue reading Kenny Greene Drops a Fire Conceptual Video For “I Smoke Too Much”

Garry Caprani’s Grind to The Top

Born in London & raised in Spain since the age of 5, Garry’s early musical influences varied culturally. Musically inspired by Michael Jackson from a young age, Garry’s sound progressed into a more dark R&B genre after discovering music by the weeknd and Drake. This combined with his love of acoustic artists such as Ed Sheeran really moulded his unique sound, paying homage to his … Continue reading Garry Caprani’s Grind to The Top

Nobel, From Refugee to Rap

Born in Kurdistan, during the Iran-Iraq war. Nobel’s family and he were refugees in Iran, fleeing the country. Nobel moved to the states at 3 years old and grew up in Northern Virginia. His early influence came from Tupac and bone thugs n harmony. Nobel started from writing poetry at a young age, which then formed into spoken word, and eventually evolved into lyrics for … Continue reading Nobel, From Refugee to Rap

SauceOnly, Promoting the Future of Music Today

If you haven’t heard of SauceOnly you must’ve heard their featured artists and there’s many of them. With over 12 million views with videos having hundreds of thousands of plays it impossible to say you haven’t seen a video. Going from 25k to near 100k subscribers in one year is no small feat but you might be asking how did they do this. Having a … Continue reading SauceOnly, Promoting the Future of Music Today

Dustin Hills, Making Dreams a Reality Through Versatility

Dustin Hill is a 20 year old Hip Hop and R&B artist as well as producer from West Palm Beach Florida. His passion for music started early with his dad initially introducing him to music at 6 years old. His Music career started short after that having his first song written and recorded at 11 and his been the focal point of his life ever … Continue reading Dustin Hills, Making Dreams a Reality Through Versatility

Thee JAE Turing His Struggles Into Songs

Thee JAE is a versatile artist hailing from the DMV with a style varying style mixing between rapping and singing. Generating buzz in his scene with his recent project TRAP JAE VOL. II pulling in features from names such as Nessly, Jay Gwuapo, Valeé, BIGBABYGUCCI, and Bobbynice to name a few. With such a versatile sound, combining rapping and singing its no surprise that he … Continue reading Thee JAE Turing His Struggles Into Songs