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Earl Hondo – “Don’t Lie”
Rapper/producer Earl Hondo gets candid on his new track titled “Don’t Lie”. Over a cinematic, head-nodding backdrop he puts his heart on the line as he breaks down the code of real brothers who hold it down. The concept of the song preaches that truth is one of the most important staples in successful life and relationships. Earl Hondo currently resides in Atlanta, Georgia but he is originally from Philly.
Blythe Baines – “White Rabbit” feat. Snoop Dogg
Songstress Blythe Baines teams up with the west coast legend Snoop Dogg on her new single titled “White Rabbit”. The song dwells on Baines’ own personal experience with being around bad influences. Just knowing it’s dangerous even makes it more alluring and draws her deep into the mix of things. The track has a dark, cinematic feel with Baines delivering smooth melodies alongside Snoop Dogg’s entrancing lyrics tempting the listening to partake in risky endeavors. “White Rabbit” is the first single taken from Baines’ upcoming EP The Truth. Get it on Spotify
J. Human – “Nameless”
Soul singer J Human‘s (real name Joel Heumann) new single “Nameless” is a vibrant soulful cut that also blends retro-fitted funk and pop elements into the mix. The track dwells on the joys of being a misfit who stuck out from the crowd. J Human brings a very personal touch with his emotional and vibrant performance that draws deep into the soul as he revels in his weirdness. He further adds that “Nameless” is all about feeling out of place and embracing it.
Magnolia Elvis & B. Ri€H – “Regulators”
Magnolia Elvis & B. Ri€H flip the classic Warren G and Nate Dogg song “Regulators” and deliver a whole different vibe on their own version. Backed by an equally smooth west coast funk tinged backdrop, the duo go back and forth with lush and melodic flows. Hit the play button and get familiar with this smooth summer jam.
Dhan Dee – “Nickels and Dimes”
Chicago Emcee Dhan Dee is back with the visual for his previously released single “Nickels and Dimes”.With a laidback but aggressive flow, Dhan explains the necessity for Nickels and Dimes and doing whatever it takes to keep them. The song is produced By French Producer DJ Keor and features trumpeter Michael Galperin. “Nickels and Dimes” is the 1st single taken from Dhan Dee ‘s Muddy Waters where The Chi-Town Emcee shares some of his personal encounters and some of the things he has seen and experienced growing up in the Windy City.
Luke Wynn – “Google Me”
Multi-talented act Luke Wynn takes us back to the good old 90s with his new single titled “Google Me”. Wynn who is fully hands-on with his music brings a wide variety of sounds and styles on this retro-fitted song that pays homage to 90s hip-hop with its smooth vibes, head-nodding groove and a solid interpolation of Kirk Franklin’s “revolution”. “Google Me” sees the devoted Christian speak on his religious beliefs without pounding down on anyone while also delivering inspiring lines to energize the soul of the listener. “Google Me” is taken from his album ‘Book Of Luke, Chapter I’
Luke Wynn is also a Songwriter/Mastering & Mixing Engineer/Vocal Producer/Drummer/ Pianist/Composer/Creative Genius/Mogul and CEO of Feel This Music Productions.
Get it on Apple Music and Get the full album below
Obi Khan – “Return of Batman”
Obi Khan returns alongside fellow emcee Enfo Red aka Bey on the retribution-laced song titled “Return of Batman”. backed by a dark soundscape, the duo come through with gritty lines that take out the opposition from the blindside. The track is from Obi Khan’s new LP “The Obi Files Vol 2!” Real Hip Hop.
M.O.E – “Coffee”
Singer/rapper M.O.E (Music Over Everything) delivers a soul-stirring record titled “Coffee”. Over a solemn, reflective backdrop she details her experience in a relationship gone sour with a melodious performance.
She dives deep into the concept of love which may seem simple but it’s rather complex and filled with gray areas and unpredictable variables. Sweet yet bitter, M.O.E questions whether or not she is or is not your taste of Coffee.
Spitty The Sequel – “Sorry James”
Spitty The Sequel delivers a gripping crime tale of robbing the plug on his new song “Sorry James”. He does this over a cinematic soundscape courtesy of J57 and takes the listener down the rabbit hole where things could potentially go wrong. “Sorry James” is the lead single off his new project: Snacks (Third Blood). Spitty further adds that “I had purchased this beat from J57 years ago and just didn’t know what to do with it.
the original version actually had a verse from Soul Khan on it but it just didn’t work out to were it meshed well enough”
JuneLyfe – “Doin’ The Most (feat. Planet Asia & Daniel Son)”
Boston emcee JuneLyfe teams up with Planet Asia & Daniel Son on the gritty single titled “Doin’ The Most”. The track is a verbal slugfest with each emcee bringing the proverbial heat to the kitchen. The single is taken from his debut solo LP, Lyfe or Def. Everything about Lyfe or Def comes together on the album itself but also in the way that June talks about it. He’s frank in discussing the difficulties he overcame to figure out how he would represent himself as a solo artist, and he put in the work to define who he is as a person. “I had to live more, read more, be more empathetic, have more integrity, be a little more vulnerable,” he says. “All these things have helped in the manifestation of the growth presented on the record.” Get Lyfe or Def on all DSPs here.