Big Dawg079’s new album “Emmanuel” is the return of substance in Hip-hop, and is the 2nd album Big Dawg079 has released in less than a year. Dedication, determination and good music is what you get when you listen. Big Dawg079 is a Chicago artist, recently released from prison after 24 years, he’s hit the ground running. CEO of 079Cartel Entertainment and Popular Lonerz Apparel, he’s a man on a mission.
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“Will Tomorrow ever come?” is an EDM album with 10 featured songs. Artist Will has taken a lot of inspiration from Avicii, Seeb and Alan Walker.Will grew up in an environment where music dominated when it came to entertainment in South Africa. “There was quite a lot of African dance music in my life as a child. But the music that fascinated me was Rap music from the United States. Then there were Snoop Dogg, Busta Rhymes, Eminem, Tupac and Dr. Dre very popular. However, I was the only child who listened to that music, thanks to my cousins who I visited from time to time. I heard nice, simple, strong Gangsta Rap melodies, especially by Dr. Dre and understood how it comes about that people can not live without music.” says the rapper
After hearing Dr. The Dre 2001 record, and the 2Pac All Eyez On Me record, Will already knew then that he might be able to make music. “I started doing beats and mixing in 2008. I have always had a little more fun projects running. It’s now that I’m starting to take the whole thing seriously. Now that I feel I’m ready to compete for a place among the big producers.” he continues
‘Will Tomorrow Ever Come’ is the first project he has dared to invest money in.“This new record is the only one that makes me feel like I’m on my way somewhere, so it’s the one that’s my biggest achievement so far.”
But this record is just the tip of the iceberg, which is why he made sure it sounds heavy, with only 10 songs.
Hip-hop is one of the most innovative genres in recent memory, yet the roots get muddied with each passing day. Mxx Bet’s flair for the golden era of ‘90s rap helps him craft a nostalgic sound that blends the best of the lyric-heavy boom-bap of that time with today’s more melodic trap records.
The Las Vegas native is a student of the game, looking towards artists like Jay-Z for the hustler’s attitude and Eminem for wordplay, as well as a myriad of artists from a variety of genres to teach him how to resonate with listeners no matter the genre. Over the years he has overcome the loss of his mother at a young age and growing up with a gambling addiction and felony convictions to lead the way to a better life. While the music has brought joy and great fun, it as also proved to be therapeutic to share his story with a larger audience and give hope to future generations that they too can overcome adversity. This is all executed with his innate lyricism and unwavering confidence behind the mic as Mxx Bet looks to leave his mark for generations to come. Mxx Bet has released a new track called 24 hours – the single is about trying to break away from the opportunist way of life and at the same time detaching from society due to social distancing. Stream the track here:
Pressure seems to be the new phrase, or whatever some kids in their room made up yesterday and became “instafamous”. This isn’t that. This is real bars. Imagine a solider coming home and not having a place. There are somethings in life that cause you to stop and say “HE’S SERIOUS”. Maybe it can be from his military background, maybe even that he’s a double major in engineering. Either way it’s captivating and Book of Nola2 rides really well in the car.
“I found myself missing my exit listening to “Wish Me Well”, a melodic track from the production of BigJeezy. The distortion in his vocals blend really well with the track as well as the track “Intoxicated” which features a newcomer by the name of DejaRae. His style resembles a lot of Fabulous and 50 Cent on how he can rap over singing and love hooks. I would definitely recommend BookOfNola2 if you are wanting to hear from artists which remind you of J Cole, Kendrick Lamar, and Jay Z.” says Nola B
Collis James Foster professionally known as Nola B is an American hip hop artist from New Orleans, LA. He is also a producer, filmmaker, and independent record label head of HighCouncilRecordings. Being born in New Orleans forces you to not only hustle but it teaches you to think outside the box being as you can get caught up really quickly in my city, said the New Orleans rapper. The businessman recently produced #NHPH NEIGHBORHOOD POTHEADS VOL. 2 which features a few prominent artists in the city. He also produces and films is own YouTube series called HighCouncilRecordings which features artists from all around the country.
Outside of music Nola B has a lot of personal accolades. He served in the military as well as double majoring in engineering from the University of Houston. He also coaches basketball for his local neighborhood park and provides a lot of free services to upcoming artists which include video production, photography, and music mixing and mastering services. “I’m really just gonna keep pushing and getting better personally and professionally, we all have the same 24hrs and I intend to make the most of it.” continues Nola B
Follow the rapper on Instagram: @nolabtherapper @bookofnola @highcouncil2017
Blow Flyy who performs out of Toronto Canada, hails from Halifax/Dartmouth Nova Scotia. He is a new age artist with a new thought process; he has his own unique style of rapping. This rapper does it without rhyming. Instead of rhyming verse after verse which is usually the standard way to spit Bars or rap by most or all hip-hop/rap artists, he does not at all. Blow Flyy spits his own unique style of writing his Rap songs & performing them, being a storyteller, with actual storytelling. “Where is it written or who said, or for that matter, what hip-hop/rap Gatekeeper or Pioneer/Icon states, rhyming is a “MUST” in hip-hop to be Hip-hop or considered a quality entertaining hip-hop/rap artist?” says the rapper
With his unique brand of rap music; less vulgar content than most of what you hear in today’s rap, Blow Flyy appeals to rap music listeners of all ages and walks of life. With his Interactive energetic live performances he is destined to make a dent in the industry. He has just released his latest single “Blood N Honey”.
vizdumb.com said this about his new music: “Monday already. Our mission today is to discover the unique sound that will make our whole week and month. If creativity is rarer and rarer, some artists have the talent to prove that it still exists. Our discovery of the day illustrates our point and today, we are glad to introduce you to Blow Flyy, an outstanding artist that blesses the world with “Blood N Honey”. Blow_Flyy who Performs out of Toronto Canada, hailing from Halifax/Dartmouth Nova Scotia, is a new age artist with a new thought process, he does it his way, for the Fans, that is without rhyming, instead, being a storyteller. The rapper surprised us thanks to a unique heavy flow that instantly possesses your mind. Dark synthesizer, big beats, vanguard vibes, Blood N Honey is a must-listen. Blow Flyy delivers a dreamy and haunting vocal performance that makes you literally disconnect from reality. The vocal performance, tinted by rock and dreamy melodies, is compelling. You would have understood it, Blow Flyy has an incomparable artistic flow and attitude. Blood N Honey is an amazing musical journey, you need to press play right now…”
#NHPH is a New Orleans based hip hop group which features NolaB, SmokeyRydason, and FLEXDAGREAT. This trio of rappers represent the entire city of New Orleans being as they’re all from different parts. FLEXDAGREAT provides the renowned swag, Smokey Rydason is the young gunner, and NolaB is the producer and manager of the group. They all RAP!!! #NHPH have released the new single from the EP (Neighborhood Potheads Vol. 2) entitled “I’mAGod” it features the whole Pothead gang. FLEXDAGREAT, SmokeyRydason, and NolaB. The music video is also directed by NolaB Connect with them here:
When Mr. White Dogg went away to a Federal lockup six years ago, everything went on hold and a new life emerged. Now he’s been out two years to the day and he’s the CEO of White Dogg motors. Depending on the day of the week you may see an S-Class Mercedes, a Maserati, a Suburban, E-Class Mercedes, Multiple Chevy Tahoes or maybe a dependable Honda, depends on how he’s feeling.
Whatever the choice in car is for the day, his new release “Picture me rollin” (out on all platforms) is surely a fitting title. If you’re going to manifest new cars and money into existence then crank the volume up on this song and picture yourself rollin thru CA on a hot day with music turned all the way up, or if you’re already rollin’ and have everything going your way, you can turn the volume up and cheers yourself. Definitely a great vibe for all. You can check out Mr. White Dogg at his socials to find out more: Instagram: @mr.whitedogg FB: @MRWHITEDOGG/ YouTube: http://bit.ly/wd2TYS Listen to the single here: https://bit.ly/MWDspotify
Cincinnati, Ohio based Brian Napier JR. also known as The Great Raw records controversial album in his home studio, after nearly having an intense debate with a preacher. The Great Raw took his minor frustration & channeled it all lyrically. He teamed up with producers Verleins, Prxphesy Beats, Walk Among kings, & Blunt Chrxst in order to highlight his aggressive distorted vocals by increasing the sub & bass frequency of kick drums on hardcore instrumentals.
This Album reminds us of a fusion of Scarlxrd, $uicideboys & Ghostemane’s songs “Heart Attack” & “Flesh” but with Raw’s own signature Dark Grungy style.
“I was just minding my own casually and then Pastor Nosey the Baptist made it his business to question me.” says Raw.
Apparently Raw’s style of fashion served as an opening for questions with an expectation of a reasonable explanation. This whole back and forth conversation ended with a spark of creative ideas for the artist and influenced the title of his first album Animo Demonium.