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July 7, 2020

Meet De La Paz! His name means “past,” but he is definitely the future of music! Born and raised in the Dominican Republic, he moved Los Angeles when he was 5 years old. His genre is a mix of Latin tropical vibes and 90’s Hip-Hop. But don’t get it twisted, he loves exploring different sounds and connecting with all types of genres. He enjoys all aspects of the entertainment business whether it is acting, directing or producing...

July 3, 2020

Is Trapp Glizzy on your radar? There has been an increased awareness and development of the Carolina music scene over the past three years. With a combination of creative coordination, skilled producers, talented artists, and undeniable energy, the Carolinas are making a statement in the music industry.

Trapp Glizzy has a distinctive flow and unique voice that makes one want to listen to his music. Trapp$tar Vibe$ -EP was relea...

July 3, 2020

Brash lyricism and a humble soul, the young emcee reigning from the DMV Fat Eric gives listeners a diverse settings of relatable and enjoyable trap music. In the style of Moneybagg Yo and Young Dolph, Eric s unique to even his area of rap style. 

However, it's common consensus that he is bubbling under the radar as a artist to lookout for from the area that features the likes of YBN Cordae, Wale, Rico Nasty, and more, Fat Eric...

The founder of Lvx Music, Ron Billz released his latest music video “6ix”. The New York native is coming with that heat for anyone who tried to stay in his way. Billz doesn’t just rap about a lifestyle, he lives it! The Harlem rapper has teamed up with the media/entertainment company ‘Young Atlas’ to produce the video of the summer, directed by Kenny Allen and Von. 

‘6ix’ shows Billz telling his haters to “get a grip” and stop...

June 27, 2020

Champagne Manziel has been making waves in the music industry for over a year now. The stand-out artist established name for himself in his hometown of Santa Ana, California. In 2019, the Orange County native decided he would take on his passion for music, FULL TIME. He quit his job and dropped out of college to begin his journey as an Independent artist. Born in 98, Champagne Manziel shuffled between playing video games, play...

June 26, 2020

T Nelson is an upcoming artist from Long Island New York, affiliated with Long Island rap group LIMG. T has been around since 2006, but took a hiatus from music in order to rebrand himself and revamp his sound. Beginning in August, T Nelson plans to release 1 single each week leading up to his EP, which is slated to release sometime in the fall. When it comes to his inspiration behind music some of his favorite artist are rapp...

June 26, 2020

Rapper DEF continues his dominant campaign as a reputable independent artist with the release of his new eight-track Trap Game SZN mixtape.

Featuring production from both DEF himself and legendary producer Zaytoven Beats, Trap Game SZN combines the Kentucky-born trapper's Southern drawl and country slang with thunderous 808's and brash concepts. Vibes on the project meander between the bobby nuanced hype on the lead single "Bee...

June 24, 2020

Ascending star emcee and R&B singer from the Bronx Frank releases a smooth new single, which bridges a fine line between emotional lyricism and sultry vocals with "Ain't Mine." Frank uses vivid wordplay accompanied by a softly and elegantly sung hook to curate a narrative about him getting over a woman who is not the best for him. 

Throughout the single, he vents over, getting over his break up with his ex and recounts their ol...

June 17, 2020

Formerly incarcerated artist, Will Evans, changes his life around while striving to make a name for himself in the music industry. He categorizes himself under the genre of, “Inspirational, Introspective, and Aspirational Reality Rap.” Will Evans’ style varies due to the fact that he creates music through God, and not necessarily from his mind, directly. While his sounds may vary, you will always know it is Will Evans because...

June 16, 2020

Philadelphia artist, Duece Da God, brings the heat with a mix of hip-hop, R&B and pop. His name comes from Wale’s track, “Friends N Strangers,” where Wale says, “Duece!” at the beginning. While this stuck with Duece Da God, his friends started calling him “Da God” because of the talent he had while freestyling, and the name Duece Da God was born. 

The independent artist built his own fan base off of the energy and positivity he...

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