Nikell Ariel – Only God

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‘Only God’ Hits Home with Nikell Ariel, Showcasing Raw Honesty

ATLANTA – Never losing sight of who she is, Nikell Ariel gets honest with fans in her latest single, “Only God,” which focuses on being truthful with yourself and your circumstances.

The charismatic, soft-spoken singer and songwriter embraces her past by sharing her struggles and melodic undertones throughout the song. “I’m into just keeping it honest. I’ve been through a lot, so my music is displaying things that I’ve been through, things that I’ve learned throughout my life,” explained Nikell Ariel.

When Nikell Ariel was a young child, her parents died from HIV AIDS. Instead of letting that define her life, she persevered by turning to music. “I prefer my music to be positive because I have just been through so much, and it is good to shed light on different experiences. God has been a big influence in my life because of the things that I have been through,” she added.

Many times, hearing the word “God” and music indicates a “preachy” gospel song, but that is not the case with “Only God.” In fact, “Only God” is a confident rap anthem that garners attention on streaming platforms. The music video is the perfect accompaniment to the song as it shows how life’s ups and downs affect people, such as drug use, domestic violence, and poverty. Meanwhile, Nikell Ariel looks on, rapping that life is what it is, and you must take responsibility for your actions, and “Only God” can and should make judgments.

“I wrote ‘Only God’ in the summer during the pandemic,” she said. “It was a chance to look at myself and what I’ve been through, what I struggle with, faith in His learning, and that I just need to depend on God. I want to express my struggles and let you know that we all just struggle with different things. When we recognize that, we see that we are all human – nothing is really that different.”

While “Only God” is a rap song, it is a testament to Ariel’s confidence, in-your-face charismatic hooks, and melodic undertones that showcase her ability to harmonize and change her voice.

Describing her latest hit, Ariel said, “It’s original, and it’s authentic. It’s just me. I’m not ashamed of what I’ve been through. It has made me who I am today. If I can get it out there, it’ll help somebody, even if it’s just one person – I’m OK with that.”

While Ariel is not planning on slowing down, she is releasing her latest single and music video. “I love doing music. It doesn’t matter about the money. I have just to keep it going ‘cuz it’s something that I love,” she said.

When asked about the song’s title, she replied, “I’m the coolest person that loves God that you ever (will) meet. And you know what? At the same time, I’m not here to judge anybody ‘cuz I’m dealing with the same things you’re dealing with right now. I just rap about it.”

Make sure to stay connected to Nikell Ariel on all platforms for new music, videos, and social posts.







Bros Inc – Hide

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Bros Inc tap into pain of the streets on inspiring new EP ‘Bully Way Living’

BALTIMORE, MD – Ma’el and Yasha Muhammad – AKA Bully Boy and 410 YDB – are biological brothers who make up the dynamic duo known as Bros Inc. This powerhouse hip-hop duo is lighting up the East Coast with their unique swag and standout style, which is featured on their new album “Bully Way Living,” for which they already have a deal with RMG Music/Sony. Featuring 10 songs that showcase their hometown of Baltimore City, the album is one part an introduction to the natural talents of these two brothers, and another part a display of such originality that many industry insiders are starting to sit up and pay attention.

The songs on the album are inspired by real life situations from the lives of these two brothers. The way they weave stories and rap about how they feel about what’s going on today is inspiring and thought-provoking. Their style is also entertaining and ready-made for chilling with friends or having a fun night out on the town. In fact, it’s that kind of carefree lifestyle mixed with hard work and perseverance that these brothers say equates to “Bully Way Living.”

“It’s about doing your thing and living life how you want,” Bully Boy said. “Just do what you want to get where you want to go without taking anything from anyone. We living the Bully way, and this album is us letting them know what’s going on.”

The debut single from the project is a song called “Hide,” the video for which just hit YouTube on Oct. 14. It’s a song about people who talk the talk but don’t walk the walk. According to the brothers, there have been too many occasions in their lives in which someone has promised to do something for them, but then never made good on that promise. They don’t walk the walk. This song, therefore, is a challenge to anyone listening that “You gotta stand on what you got going on,” they said.

“All this Internet talk won’t get you nowhere,” said 410 YBD. “You gotta stand on it, because if you don’t we’ll find where you hide.”

Born and raised in the violent drug-infested streets of Baltimore City, these two brothers have experienced their fair share of pain and hardship. They’ve lost three older brothers – one of them killed by Baltimore police, one murdered by gang violence and one passing from a drug overdose. That pain and struggle comes through in every single lyric and vibe they create through their music. In fact, it’s rap and music at large that helped them cope with the hardships of their lives, and by using that artform as a natural outlet they discovered a unique ability to connect with others.

“We feed off that everyday life we’re living,” Bully Boy said. “When we go in that booth it’s like two people with one mind, and we’re rapping about things we’re really living out. Ain’t no fake. Ain’t no script to this. That’s why it’s so authentic. It’s so real and raw. It’s like we uncut. The game ain’t uncut anymore, but we’re giving the real out.”

“Hide” is currently available across all streaming platforms.

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Purzia – Sacrifice

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Purzia’s Debut Single, “Sacrifice” Focuses on Inner Demons

PHOENIX, AZ – With raw vocals and mesmerizing lyrics, American singer-songwriter and music video producer Purzia is making a big splash with her debut single, “Sacrifice.”

Dubbed as the WestsideMermaid, a nickname from childhood, there is nothing childlike about this 25-year-old artist. Purzia has the uncanny ability to blend her creative side with evocative lyrics to capture listeners’ imaginations and communicate emotions that many artists cannot fathom exploring.

Influenced by strong, independent female musicians, Purzia’s voice combines a husky but edgy Stevie Nicks and a sultry Billie Eilish sound. Her debut single, “Sacrifice,” dropped on Oct. 31, allowing fans to hear the alternative pop and folk melodies of Purzia.

“I love to dive deep into my mind and soul for inspiration,” said Purzia. “A lot of people struggle with addiction, anxiety and demons. They have to fight with an everyday struggle. ‘Sacrifice’ is about fighting that certain demon, that, no matter what happens, you need just to fight it. But everything’s going to be OK in the end.”

In addition to the single’s release, the “Sacrifice” music video dropped on Oct. 31. The video is a dark representation of a person’s inner demons. Coincidentally, dropping on Halloween, the video is not based on the spooky holiday. Purzia says, “In the video, the Devil comes out, and it’s about the Devil taking my soul away, but it’s not about the Devil.”

Using the Devil as a metaphor for addiction or inner demons, “Sacrifice” showcases Purzia’s ability to dig below the surface for an emotionally, in-depth song that translates into relatability with her fans.

“Everyone needs to know that it’s OK to be yourself,” said Purzia. “It’s OK to be authentic, unique and different.”

Demonstrating her versatility, Purzia’s second single, “Calling,” will drop in December and is quite different from “Sacrifice.” The upbeat pop song “Calling” is a fun track that shows Purzia’s unique ability to appeal to a broad spectrum of fans.

Connecting to her fans, Purzia is electric during performing. From exhibiting “crazy energy” while on stage to her Harajuku-style attire, Purzia is living her life her way, making a definite footprint in the industry.

Currently residing in Arizona, Purzia spent most of her childhood in a single-parent home in Turlock, CA. Citing her mother as her biggest supporter, Purzia said, “She supports me in my dreams, ever since I was little. That’s also where the mermaid name comes from. She said I had hair like a mermaid and a soulful voice.”

Coupled with the fact that she lived on the westside of Turlock, the WestsideMermaid nickname was born and continues to identify Purzia on her social media accounts.

Looking ahead to the future, she enjoys interacting with her fans and is eager for them to hear “Sacrifice.”

“I love my supporters for always pushing me to be a better me because this was not easy to do. Coming from where I came from, they’re the reason why I’m writing music and why I want to continue singing,” Purzia said.

Make sure to stay connected to Purzia on all platforms for new music, videos, and social posts.






Pretty Tony – My Pocket Got Money

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Pretty Tony, the King of Memphis Hip Hop Returns to His Throne With “My Pocket Got Money”

LOS ANGELES, CA. – Pretty Tony is a legend in the Memphis rap scene. His beats, hooks, and style laid the groundwork for rap music that exploded into mainstream music in the 1990s. The classic rap song “GetBuck” was the theme song for “gettin’ buck” as fans were introduced to Memphis rap – and it was Pretty Tony who wrote, recorded, and produced the megahit.  

Currently, Pretty Tony is introducing another generation to his iconic sound with his latest single, “My Pocket Got Money,” which is on fire on streaming platforms.  

Inspiration for “My Pocket Got Money” came while Pretty Tony was surfing the internet during the COVID-19 pandemic. “I saw Lil Boosie talking about how much money he was making a month,” explained Pretty Tony. “He is one of my favorite rappers, and he’s talking about all this money. The guy next to me said, ‘he’s got a lot of money.’ And that got me thinking.” 

Hearing the comments and thinking about it, Pretty Tony knew he was on to something as he came up with a beat and booked some studio time in LA. “My Pockets Got Money” has re-ignited the reign of the King of Memphis Hip Hop.  

“With ‘My Pockets Got Money,’ I just want people to be inspired and let them know, don’t give up on your dream and not be motivated,” Pretty Tony said. “Stay motivated, and you can make it. You just got to believe in yourself and stay focused – and your pocket is going to have a lot of money.” 

Even though Pretty Tony is living in California, Memphis hip hop runs through his hooks and beats. Memphis rap has returned to the mainstream with its occasional lo-fi sound and minimal synth melodies, and fans cannot get enough.  

Growing up in a house filled with music, Pretty Tony knew he wanted to make his mark in the industry but wanted to do it on his terms, thus creating Memphis rap.  

“I knew I wanted to create my own style, and I’m going to go down and history,” he explained. “I knew I was going to make me and my friends famous.” 

In fact, it was Pretty Tony and his killer song, GetBuck,” that jumpstarted the careers of many rappers. Every platinum rapper out of Tennessee remixed my song GetBuck,’ and that’s what got their career going. Without Pretty Tony’s “GetBuck, you wouldn’t have Yo Gotti, Project Pat, Young Buck, 3 6 Mafia, or MC Hammer, who sold the first diamond selling CD – 10 million copies, after remixing my song’ GetBuck. These are all facts that you can Google. My song GetBuck was event remixed on the movie Hustle & Flow by Memphis rapper Al Kapone. I am the real first king of Memphis. 

In addition to the signature Memphis rap groove, Pretty Tony is well-known for his dance moves with swinging elbows and deep steps on stage while performing. “I’m a little bit wild and a little bit different, and it caught fire,” he recalled.  

While many mainstream rap artists have used his beats and licks, Pretty Tony has not received credit for it, but that has not stopped him. “I’m the rapper that they go to when they want to go platinum,” Pretty Tony quipped. “I write my own music, and I don’t use samples. Everything that you hear from me is authentic Pretty Tony.” 

In addition to writing, rapping, and producing, Pretty Tony is an entrepreneur with his own record label, Verse Drop LLC, and a clothing apparel line. But his music continues to define this southern rapper. With nearly 500,000 Spotify streams for his latest single, Pretty Tony is taking off again, proving that being over 50 does not matter when you are the first King of Memphis Hip Hop.  

“I’m back, and I’m in the rap game,” promised Pretty Tony.  

Make sure to stay connected to Pretty Tony on all platforms for new music, videos, and social posts. 






Dolo Fibonacci – Cujo (Buss Out Da Trap)

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Southern Rapper Dolo Fibonacci Perfects Soul Trap Music with “Cujo”

BIRMINGHAM – Diversity is the critical ingredient for Southern rap, and Alabama’s own Dolo Fibonacci is expanding that signature trap rap sound with “Cujo,” his latest album.

“My music is strictly out for feeling and emotion,” said Dolo Fibonacci. “My songs provide that. Rapping in the South, I have an opportunity to create a voice.”

The voice that Fibonacci creates with each single on “Cujo” demonstrates his authority for hard rapping hooks and lines followed by a soul-pounding beat that always has a consciousness under each rhyme.

“‘Cujo’ is really an alternative perspective of trap music,” explained Fibonacci. “This is the equivalent to what urban legend is about, and it is my music. If you look at any other previous things that I have, at least one has been about me showing my artistry regarding my delivery. It involves more perspective bass traps where I’m trying to spin and be lyrical.”

Those “barriers” are how Fibonacci relates with his global fanbase. “I am not being a braggadocious rapper who’s just trying to sell you. I’ve been living through some shit, and I want you to listen and hopefully be with me in a way that I can get you through some of the shit. You can take my transitions, my struggles, and tribulations and being broken down on your ass, not knowing how to get out of those situations, and know that I’ve been there in your same situation,” explained Fibonacci.

Taking inspiration from a childhood surrounded by music greats such as Sam Cooke and Marvin Gaye, Fibonacci expanded his musical scope to include rap legends like UGK and Outkast to set the foundation for his unique style takes listeners on a journey. “I was always around music, and it was always nearby,” he said.

The connection between music and this Southern rapper led to his name. “I got the name Dolo from being comfortable making moves by myself. I added Fibonacci as a reference to say, ‘Dolo Forever’ because the Fibonacci sequence is never-ending and a part of all things,” he revealed.

And “forever” in the industry is what Fibonacci plans to be. “I’m just a normal person, and I go through shit like everybody. I deal with the same emotions and feelings that every normal person in the world does, but I’m resilient, and I don’t stop until I get what I want. I’m going to keep on fighting no matter how many times I get punched and land on my ass. I get up every time,” he said.

The Southern-bred native continues to take steps to improve his life, and each song sends a clear message to fans that hope is ahead. Additionally, Fibonacci is a mentor for up-and-coming rappers through his record label Innovative Visions. “We’re just trying to build each other up at the same time. With ‘Cujo,’ I’m just making some really dope music that the people can vibrate.”

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Mic Nickels – Rappers Don’t Smile

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Music industry vet pokes fun at the ‘scowling rapper’ with upbeat new track ‘Rappers Don’t Smile’ 

NEW YORK, NY – With more than two decades in the music industry, Mic Nickels has become an inspiration for underground indie artists. His latest hit single is a nod to that pedigree and an homage to the rap lifestyle. “Rappers Don’t Smile” is an upbeat, fun track that examines the phenomenon of the scowling rapper. Debuting as the first single from his forthcoming “Bars For Days” album, the song features a bright piano melody laid against an energetic and playful beat. It’s a fun track that pokes fun at the “scowl” for which many rappers around the world have become known. And the video – directed by Luis “Fuego” Moya – utilizes cameos from many underground rappers showing off their meanest “ice grills,” including Blacastan, Masai Bey, BMS, L.I.F.E.LONG, Mr. Cord, J SWISS, Whichcraft, Discrete, Brimstone, Emaculit, Quest the Unborn Child, Saint Joseph, Dik Dastardly, Keith Elite, Rude 100, Odyssey Fluxx, and Ekym 1536. Produced by the notorious Colombeyond, the song is easily one of the most fun and upbeat hip-hop tracks fans will ever hear. 

“For me, hip-hop was meant to be fun,” Nickels said. “It’s a break from the struggle. Somehow over the years it became the struggle, but I wanted to bring back that feeling of fun. I’ve gone to a lot of open mics, and everyone is always so hard and angry. I wanted to examine the phenomenon of the scowling rapper and break that down. The irony is that when I was writing the song I was taking a creative writing class and the teacher wanted me to talk about smiling. In my head I was like, ‘Man, rappers don’t smile!’ And I realized it was pretty hilarious and perfect. And then the beat Colombeyond sent me was called “Smile” – which he paired with this old, obscure sample from South America from the 70s that was light and fun – and it just came together for me all in one sitting. That happens sometimes for me. Those are the magic moments – when you’re inspired and you can just do the whole track at once. I’m really proud of the song. It fits in the boom-bap vein, which kind of encapsulates who I am. And if you just randomly met me one day you might catch me smiling because I’m generally a positive dude.” 

Nickels said he plans to drop a couple of singles from “Bars For Days” before releasing the full album on Dec. 10. “Rappers Don’t Smile” will be released across all streaming platforms on Nov. 5, followed by “Sky City” on Dec. 3. 

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Dez Mac – Know About It

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Dez Mac uses trials of the past to spur others on toward achieving their dreams 

SAN FRANCISCO, CA – Hard circumstances make for tough lessons learned, but sometimes it’s those hard times that end up defining the legacy we leave. That’s the case for West Coast artist Dez Mac, whose time living in a homeless shelter for a few months after first moving to San Francisco became the spark of inspiration he needed to pursue his dreams.  

Originally from Youngstown, Ohio, Dez Mac moved to San Francisco about four years ago with an idea to pursue his passion of making music professionally. He’d graduated from college with a degree in electrical engineering, but never found a job in that sector – instead settling for a job as a plumber. He hated it, and one day decided to make the leap and move to San Francisco. But he had no money and no support, and so the first three-and-a-half months in that new city were spent in a homeless shelter. But it was there that he found his muse, so to speak, writing about his experiences and sharing his songs with the other residents of the shelter. 

“I initially wasn’t sure people would like my music, but the people there loved it so much and one girl took me to a place called The Sunset where I did a recording, and everything just took off,” Dez Mac said. “Since then I’ve done more than 50 shows and I did my own tour in Atlanta and Las Vegas. I’ve been offered distribution deals. I’ve worked with producers like Zaytoven and DJ Fresh. I’ve been featured on Bow Wow’s mixtape. I went from living in a shelter to being a successful artist and touring all over the world. It’s been a crazy journey and experience, but it has all lead me to being able to invest in my music and live this dream.” 

Dez Mac is set to release his newest hit single on Oct. 22 when he drops “Know About It.” Inspired by the gun violence and police brutality of recent years, the song explores a number of social ills and challenges listeners to do something about the wrongs they see around them.  

“My goal is to spread peace and love through my music,” Dez said. “In all of my songs I’m trying to get across a message. This one has more of an up-tempo beat and it gives you a real feel and a good look inside my life. It’s powerful because it’s relevant in what’s going on in the world and what’s going on in people’s lives. It’s lyrical and enjoyable, but it also has that wow factor that people are going to recognize as something different than anything else they’re hearing out there right now. Mostly, though, I’m just trying to bring a positive vibe that inspires people to go for their dreams and to realize that no one is perfect, but we can all strive to be better.” 

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Building Down – Vapor

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Alt rock meets modern-day vibes on new EP from grunge rocker Building Down 

BOISE, ID – Nick Elliott is not afraid to speak the truth. His music is a perfect example of that. While he has nothing against love songs or the carefree lyrics of Pop music, his intention as an artist is to bring something deeper to the table. His music is the kind of music that touches on the deeper truths of the world. Like many people who have turned to music to help them understand the hardships of life, Elliott uses music to cope with difficult situations and delve deeper into the mysteries of life that often seem confusing and discouraging. And along the way he has found an outlet not only for himself, but for others. As such, his music has become the kind of introspective entertainment that fans all over the world have come to love and appreciate.  

That process is what led to the name Building Down, which is what he uses as a stage name. Pulled from an old Blind Willie Johnson song, the name reflects the idea of tearing down the broken pieces of the past so as to build something stronger and new. It’s an idea connected with what’s happening in society and across the global landscape, with the intention of using music to inspire others to seek out positive change in their approach to social justice. 

“My music is trying to reach for something a little higher,” Elliott said. “I’m trying to do that through a mix of rock, electronic, blues and folk, all while embracing instrumentation. People aren’t embracing instrumentation anymore, and it makes me sad because you don’t hear that guitar-driven sound like you used to. I would love to be on the forefront of a revival of guitar riffs and guitar solos.” 

Elliott’s latest EP “Just Enough” is the perfect example of that guitar-forward instrumentation. Featuring an alt-rock style that blends elements of electronic and Indie/Folk, the project displays his early influences of Blues while also expanding on modern-day sounds that could only be called “progressive.” With “Just Enough,” Elliott shows the world a new style and sound that is equal parts intriguing and entertaining.  

The debut single from the EP is a song called “Vapor.” Fans of late 90s and early 2000s alt rock will immediately identify with the sound from this song, as it hearkens back to bands like Better Than Ezra or Chevelle. Elliott embraces that grunge sound, but sets it against electronic-infused vibes that create an ethereal experience. The intriguing juxtaposition of the weeping electric guitar walking a line against a counter-point grungy electric guitar rhythm is nothing short of inspired. The song starts with an entrancing intro that pulls you in and then picks up as it goes along, and the overall ride is extremely enjoyable.  

“This song reflects my observations of what is happening in America and what is happening in the world as a whole,” Elliott said. “People are going with how they feel more often than not, and they aren’t considering the ramifications of their actions. Their feelings lead them to dangerous ideas. When your feelings are your only barometer, it can lead you astray. It’s all too common in society today to hear the idea of ‘if you follow your heart it’ll all be OK,’ but clearly that doesn’t all work out. This song – and by extension, the full EP – highlights the fallacy of that statement and tries to warn people not to fall for those lies.” 

“Vapor” is slated to release on Oct. 22, with “Just Enough” set to follow shortly after on Nov. 12. To listen to Building Down’s music, or to follow him on social media, please visit the following links: 




n.e.r.d. life by D’vo – Butterflies

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Experimental artist blends new-wave Hip-Hop with Neo-Soul for intriguing vibe on ‘The Codex’ series 

HOUSTON, TX – n.e.r.d. life by D’Vo is an Experimental Hip-Hop and Soul Artist whose Christian hip-hop series “The Codex” has been offering enlightenment and healing through entertaining artistry to thousands of audiences around the world. His latest contribution to the series is “Court Vision,” an album that serves as the third installment of “The Codex” series. Featuring advanced storytelling from a unique point of view, with a God-centric vibe, the album offers a different perspective from what many fans of hip-hop might have become accustomed to over the years.  

“At this stage, I’ve realized my genre, which is Experimental Hip-Hop and Neo-Soul,” n.e.r.d. life by D’Vo said. “With this album, I’m telling a story in between each track – something I haven’t done before – in order to give listeners a deeper experience.” 

The debut single from the project is a song called “Butterflies,” which D’Vo said has already received a lot of accolades from industry insiders and fans alike. With “Butterflies,” listeners will hear a nostalgic vibe against lyrics that explore the feelings you get when you’re about to do something you love. For D’Vo, that means creating new music. It’s also a song that perfectly showcases this talented young artist’s unique sound and style. 

“My sound is definitely a different one from mainstream music today,” he said. “Experimental music can give you a range of different genres in one body of work. My music tends to fall in line with artists like Childish Gambino, Oddisee, and even the legendary group A Tribe Called Quest. But what’s even more unique about me compared to their music is the modulated voices I use to tell stories. I want something that stands out, which is why I have the name n.e.r.d. life by D’Vo, which is an acronym for Needing Eternal Redemption and Deliverance – something I believe the world needs. I want to incorporate that theme into all my music.” 

Ultimately, D’Vo said he wants his music to be known for standing up for God. He said he always has believed that if you don’t stand up for something, you’ll fall for anything. And for him, God and the purpose He brings to D’Vo’s life is something he’s constantly trying to stand up for. 

“It’s what keeps me grounded,” he said. “I hope the message in my music will help other people choose to get grounded in the things of God. He only wants what’s best for us.” 

D’Vo said after “Court Vision,” he plans to continue to release more music and ultimately wants “The Codex” series to include eleven full albums. He’s already working on the next volume, while also fleshing out the look-and-feel of the character he’s created to take listeners on the journey of his story. That character will be featured in D’Vo’s first fully animated music video coming out in the next few months. 

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Di’Atti – Demons

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Di’Atti Debuts with High Energy “Demons” 

LOS ANGELES – Sometimes, you just know you want to be a musician. That was the case for Di’Atti, a self-proclaimed nomad born in Houston, raised in Nebraska, and calls home Mar Vista, a suburb of Los Angeles. 

“One day, I just sat down and thought that I’ve always liked music. I heard a lot of music, and sometimes the lyrics just didn’t match for me. I wanted the lyrics to say what was in my head. So, I started to write a verse here and there.” 

And that was the beginning of Di’Atti’s career as an artist.  

His first EP, “Off to New Hampshire,” is currently available on streaming platforms and getting noticed by listeners attracted to his energy-packed rap and rhythm style of singing.  

For Di’Atti, writing lyrics is not just taking pen to paper – it is life-changing. “I get a feeling that goes through my whole body, the energy and everything with it. I hear a beat, and it sparks something in my head. I just go off, and the words come,” he explained.  

Unlike other artists who simply rap to the beat, Di’Atti changes the music landscape with innovative flows and hooks that dig deep in listeners’ souls, making them want more.  

When asked about his specific tone and sound, he said, “It’s a unique pitch. I’ve always been told that it stands out well from others and is very distinct. Maybe it is because my voice isn’t exactly like anyone else’s.” 

That individuality is one key ingredient to “Off to New Hampshire.” The EP contains seven tracks which Di’Atti refers to as a “mixed tape” because each song is different in style and tone but maintains his pitch and perfection for writing lyrics. “You can hype up to it and just relax to it. It has a little bit of everything,” he said. 

Getting noticed by listeners worldwide, “Demons” is gaining traction and airplay as new listeners discover Di’Atti.  

“Everybody in life has that point, where they finally get to, where they want to be. But there’s just something that could be in the closet – a demon. Demons are a good word to describe what people will be going through. It’s just something inside that always aches at them,” he explained. 

Taking a page from his nomadic lifestyle, Di’Atti added, “I want people to listen to it and be in tune with themselves. So, they can relate to whatever that problem may be.” 

Another track on his debut EP is “HollyWood,” the perfect song to play while driving or at a party to get things started with its deep vibes and decent raps.  

Looking ahead to the future, Di’Atti said, “I just want y’all to feel good when listening to my music. I feel good making it, and I hope the energy I put into it reflects. Hopefully, you get the same good energy that I felt. If we can all tune in and come into sync, the energy is going to be wild. I’m all for good vibrations.” 

Make sure to stay connected to Di’Atti on all platforms for new music, videos, and social posts.