[Official Video] Tsu9mi Ft Jim Jones – Prayers


Bronx lyricist Tsu9mi and Hip Hop Legend Jim Jones released the visuals from their collaboration “Prayers” off of Tsu9mi’s upcoming EP Now or Never. The visuals show the pair partying in the Bronx and reflects the struggle of a NYC artist making it in the business. The single Prayers showcases Tsu9mi’s lyrical prowess, the showcase winning MC credits music as an outlet to express wisdom and his hunger for success.

Check it out and be sure to follow Tsu9mi’s socials to find out more! @tsu9mishon

Watch on YouTube https://youtu.be/rSmKYBQDmdM

Video: Big Brother Biz – ‘Who Cooked’ (Prod. By Beat Hogan) @bigbrotherbiz


Big Brother Biz is back with another new single for the Thanksgiving season. After dropping the song ‘Everything You Got’ last week here, he gives fans an inside look into his past with a personal track that hits the soul. The new track ‘Who Cooked’ was produced by his Beat Hogan alias and is set to land on his forthcoming Forever Forward EP.

The new song tells the true story of Big Brother Biz rebuilding a relationship with his estranged father. The song comes to you via Microphone Bully Music Group. Take a look at the visual below and stay tuned for more new music.

[New Music Video] Shamiah Red – Ready, Set, Twerk | @RedShamiah


Shamiah Red – Ready, Set, Twerk Official Video

This certified club banger has the lyrics, bass, claps, and influence to keep dance floors moving into the wee hours. Female artists Shamiah Red releases “Ready, Set, Twerk” official music video. Checkout the visuals from Shamiah Red. Shamiah Red will be releasing more music, so be on the lookout for new artists Shamiah Red. She’s an up and coming young artist with all of the lyrics, swag, and good energy to become a genuine superstar. Between the masterful bottom end, the sirens and the scope of the overall production, it leaves no doubt that this track will be one to heat up the room all winter. Tell me what you think below.

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[Official Music Video] Jasmin Cadavid – In My Feelings | @JasminCadavid


In My Feelings | Jasmin Cadavid (Official Music Video)

Female artist Jasmin Cadavid released her official single entitled “In My Feelings” from her recent project. After recently suffering personal losses Jasmin’s lost her two sisters, Rebeca Davila, 20, and Sofia Davila, 19, from domestic violence. In My Feelings is a very emotional heartfelt tribute track to her sisters and all domestic violence or feelings of abuse victims the official music video will touch you maybe even make you cry. Stay tuned for more from Jasmin Cadavid.

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D.Millz – Jelli ft. Z-Ro (Official Video)


D.Millz is a hip hop artist originally from the East Texas town of Grapeland, Texas. Inspired by the likes of Texas legends including Slim Thug, Z-Ro and Devin The Dude, D.Millz meshes small-town grit and grind with influences from Houston and Dallas.

Since his early teenage years, he would go to the studio with older family members and friends freestyling and rapping for fun. Over time, his circle noticed his unique talent which encouraged him to take his craft seriously and he has since been creating timeless music. D.Millz has had early successes in opening for A Boogie Wit da Hoodie in Houston, TX and bringing out his home town in droves to support his latest mixtape release. Recently, his music video for “Atlanta” (new single) was featured on VEVO’s DSCVR Hip-Hop editorial playlist.

His aura and demeanor are heavily influenced by Nipsey Hussle – authentic, versatile, humble and novel. When asked if he feels pressured to make club hits, D.Millz explained why that is not a priority for him adding “I make music for the people. The club don’t have ears.” Sonically, his music is Bizzy Bone meets August Alsina the way he merges lyricism and singing into soulful rap, fitting the musical palette of a wide range of listeners.

Watch on YouTube https://youtu.be/zJ01kLu9p_Q

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[Music Video] RoccStar Ft Neyo “Naked” | @roccstarmusic


RoccStar Ft Neyo ‘Naked’

Super producer is back with another official music video Naked by RoccStar Ft Neyo from EP “LIFE OF A ROCCSTAR”. Roccstar EP “LIFE OF A ROCCSTAR” recently peaked at #2 album on iTunes charts. The project pretty much sums up the BTS mood of a Roccstar while going through relationship highs and lows, having very few real friends, keeping a small circle, and making as much money as you possibly can, all while tryna live it up to the fullest. Accomplished songwriter / super producer RoccStar is creating new waves as one of the youngest CEOs in the industry. The L.A. native’s songwriting and production credits include Jennifer Lopez, Chris Brown, Prince Royce, Rita Ora, Usher, Timbaland, Beyoncé, CeeLo Green, Busta Rhymes and many more. RoccStarr is currently expanding his RoccAge imprint, and recently released the EP LIFE OF A ROCCSTAR on all digital platforms worldwide. Listen above and see how you feel.


Real Smokesta – Hands Feat Dookie Blu & C.Walka (Official Music Video) Shot By Mike Busyy | @realsmokesta


Real Smokesta Describes A World Filled With Domestic Violence.

Check out the Official Music Video ‘Hands‘ Feat Dookie Blu & C.Walka

Stream on Spotify https://open.spotify.com/album/1YqYMnizs3jYHNjsXNSuKJ?si=U4KGBBlvSnCVqR2QMcQxJQ

Also, Thanksgiving Day Spice 1 & Q Bosilini present Real Smokesta’s EP ‘September Fifteenth‘ releasing on all digital outlets.

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Ric-a-Sha – Black Latina

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Ric-a-Sha taps into ‘street spiritual’ sound with new single ‘Black Latina’ 

TAMPA BAY, FL – Ricardo “Ric-a-Sha” Stuvaints is an artist who has risen from the depths of one of the darkest cities in the U.S. and overcome multiple near-death experiences to become one of the industry’s most promising young entertainers. Originally from McKeesport, Pennsylvania – dubbed the fourtmost dangerous city in the nation – Ric-a-Sha has lived a life most only read about in stories. He literally dodged bullets as a teenager on multiple occasions before eventually getting shot five times in 2016. And though music was always a mainstay of his life, the shooting in 2016 changed everything for him and convinced him to change his life. He turned to music as a career, and hasn’t looked back since.  

“I come from a rough background and I was not always living the right life. But when I got shot, it changed everything for me,” Ric-a-Sha said. “When I got discharged from the hospital, I was basically homeless, and if I had gone back to being homeless in that condition, it would have been crazy. I would have died. But a man who I consider to be one of the best men on earth, Mr. G, was there when I woke up and he saved my life. He paid for my flight to go to Dallas and he helped me realize my career as a musician. That’s when I did the ‘Youngin Thuggin’ video, and everything kind of fell into place after that.” 

Eventually, Ric-a-Sha would make his way to Florida where he’s been writing and recording music ever since. His latest single, “Black Latina,” has been making waves throughout the industry since its release last month across all streaming platforms. Showcasing his vocal range and one-of-a-kind flow, “Black Latina” is the kind of sultry song with which every man in the world can connect. 

“It’s a love story about this beautiful Dominican girl,” Ric-a-Sha said. “When I was 19-years-old, I was in a relationship with a Dominican girl from the Polo Grounds. We went on a few dates and on one particular date, I just really felt like I wanted to be with her. She was something else and it was an awesome experience for me. Every man has a woman like that in his life, and she was the motivation behind this song for me.” 

Ric-a-Sha said the song demonstrates a unique sound and style that he calls “street spiritual.” It’s a signature style that he hopes to become known for as he continues to spread his music around the world. Since his awakening following the shooting in 2016, Ric-a-Sha has committed himself not only to becoming a better man but also to giving back to his community. While he was in Dallas, he worked at Soul For Christ Ministries and has continued to volunteer at various nonprofit organizations and ministries 

“I’ve basically been going through six years of change, but most of it over the past four years since I was shot,” he said. “Over that time, I’ve embraced this idea of street spiritual. That’s my mantra. It’s my motivation. And it’s my movement. That’s what I’m all about, and that’s what I want my music to be about, too.” 

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“Black Latina”