Mike Colin – Electro Americana

Industry Spotlight, Music, Promo

Colin blends hip hop and electronic rock
in new homage to electronic music

DENVER, CO – Freedom is a word that Mike Colin finds himself using quite a bit. The artist from Denver, Colorado has been making music for more than 30 years, and a common theme over the years has been the free-flowing, organic nature of creativity. He also feels extremely blessed to live in a country that allows him to pursue his passion for music so freely and to create whatever he wants to. 

All of those ideas and more are captured on his new hit single, “Electro Americana,” which is a mash-up of rock, hip hop and electronic influences. It’s a song that fully embraces all that’s good and awesome about electronic music, while also pushing forward a message that encourages others to be free in whatever endeavors they choose to pursue.

“I think about how free I am to do this and how wonderful that is, and I’m not sure everyone knows how free they are to do what they want to,” Colin said. “Maybe I want my music to represent that. There’s such an attitude sometimes that something shouldn’t exist unless it’s popular, and I just don’t believe that. It doesn’t hold up. If my music represents anything, I guess it’s freedom and my imagination which are one and the same – and the attempt to inspire other people to embrace that freedom and take advantage of the opportunities they have before them.”

Colin has been taking advantage of that freedom and pursuing music as a career for more than 30 years when he first started performing in middle school. He’s been in rock bands, hip hop groups and even spent time in the 1990s as an acoustic performer during a time when music took a hard swing away from electronic sounds. He nods to the influences of classic rock legends like The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and Jimmy Hendrix, all of whom were regular staples in his household growing up. But it wasn’t until high school, when he picked up the guitar and started really learning about music, that his passion for that artistic expression really took off. Since that time, he has created an archive of music that spans decades and offers the world an eclectic menu of organic sounds and styles. 

With “Electro Americana,” Colin said he’s attempting to create something that’s “just fun” without having too much of an agenda. When he sat down and started creating the song, he had no intentions of making a statement to the world. However, out of the free-flowing creative process, he discovered that the song came to represent the genre of electronic music in ways that he hopes champions the sound to a wider audience.

“I’ve framed it for people to look at electronic music a bit differently,” he said. “I make music in every which way you can imagine. This is a good time for electronic music and it’s a genre that shouldn’t be looked down upon. I was in an acoustic band in the 1990s when people were abandoning the whole idea of electronics, and I got it at the time. But there’s nothing wrong with electronics and there’s nothing wrong with acoustic. I’ve made both and they’re both great and it’s all good. And with this song, I just want to celebrate something that’s fun and organic and free.”

Colin’s “Electro Americana” is currently available across all digital distribution sites. A free anthology of his music – consisting of more than 150 MP3s for people to download – is also available. 

To listen to Colin’s music or to follow him on social media, please visit:

https://g.co/kgs/YBE9PU

Http://www.mikecolin.org
Https://www.facebook.com/milehighmikecolin

Https://www.twitter.com/mikecolin5280

 

https://open.spotify.com/artist/6rvPGkOBKFXediRKEUwEKn

https://music.apple.com/ca/artist/mike-colin/386595321

https://www.reverbnation.com/mikecolin

https://www.jango.com/music/Mike+Colin/_full_bio

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjOsrhZAxHOfR4Mr5VDznoQ

https://play.google.com/store/music/artist?id=Aqo5qzhnjuhiiuakgus2dtjzske

Chicago and Cashville Get together on Dj Smoke x Spade The Boy “Fresh Shit Only” mixtape Hosted by Sweet Poison

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00 SWEET POISON FRESH SHIT ONLY

Spade The Boy x Dj Smoke Present: Fresh Shit Only (Hosted by Sweet Poison)

Check out the brand new mixtape “Fresh Shit Only” from Dj Smoke and Spade The Boy hosted by Sweet Poison. This mixtape features 47 bangin tracks, he has new music from Rick Ross, Drake, Lil Nas X, Cardi B, and a lot more new music thats gonna keep your speakers jumpin out the box!

As always Dj Smoke shows love to the indie and unsigned artists who are working hard on the grind! Get in tune with these artists: Sweet PoisonO RacksProphecy,Bandman KevoJui$e LeroyLoso Tha ArtistSSDrillaSSManski, all of them got fire music on this mixtape!

You can stream and download the full mixtape on DjSmokeMixtapes Livemixtapes Audio Mack Da Mix Hub or get the direct download on Wetransfer.

1. Valee – Above Average feat. G Herbo
2. Gucci Mane – Proud Of You
3. Gucci Mane – Backwards feat. Meek Mill
4. Plies – Worth It
5. Bandman Kevo – The Sauce
6. LoLife Blacc – No Slow Days feat. Peewee Longway
7. Sweet Poison – F.Y.N Remix
8. B.o.B – Ol’ Dirty Bastard
9. E-40 – Chase The Money ft. Quavo, Roddy Ricch, A$AP Ferg, ScHoolboy Q
10. Trouble – She’s A Winner ft. City Girls
11. Kamaiyah – Windows ft. Quavo, Tyga
12. Drake – Money In The Grave ft. Rick Ross
13. Loso Tha Artist – Drip
14. DJ Pharris – BOSS ft. Young Dolph & G Herbo
15. Jui$e Leroy – Blues
16. JAG – Pusha
17. Sweet Poison – Like Dat Ft. Lil Flip, Scotty
18. Sweet Poison – Bonkers
19. Nicki Minaj – Megatron
20. Grafh – Its Like That Freestyle
21. YG – Stop Snitchin Remix ft. Da Baby
22. The Game – West Side
23. VL Deck- Loner (Feat. Young Dolph)
24. Young Dro – Legal
25. NLE Choppa – Shotta Flow Remix ft. Blueface
26. Siddy Streets Thunderstorm feat PM, Yung Twak, and Neeen
27. Kain x Raw Staten- Packed Out
28. SSDrilla – MJ23 Freestyle feat. SSManski
29. Madeintyo – Look At The Kid
30. Migos – Stripper Bowl
31. Luh Soldier – Talk My Sh*t feat. Lebra Jolie
32. Skippa Da Flippa – Bandz
33. Mulatto – Bounce [Big Latto]
34. Mulatto – ATL Hoe [Big Latto]
35. O Racks – Get It ft. Don Q
36. Prophecy – We Rise
37. Prophecy – Chess
38. FBG Duck – Batman
39. Comethazine – Just Saying
40. Trina – BAPS ft Nicki Minaj
41. Greedo – Can’t Fuccin’ Believe It
42. Rick Ross – Act a Fool ft. Wale
43. Gucci Mane – Lame feat. Wiz Khalifa & Rick Ross
44. Lil Nas X, Cardi B – Rodeo
45. Lil Nas X – Panini
46. Drake – Omertà
47. Sweet Poison Outro

You can stream and download the full mixtape on DjSmokeMixtapes Livemixtapes Audio Mack Da Mix Hub or get the direct download on Wetransfer.

Follow: @SoSweetPoison @Spade_The_Boy @DjSmokemixtapes

O Racks and Don Q – Get It Prod. By Dj Victoriouz

ME Blog, Music, Promo

New York Artist O Racks Mixxes It Up With Don Q & Dj Victoriouz On New Single “Get It”

O Racks is an artist on the rise from Hempstead, Long Island (NYC), he’s the owner and CEO of Tree Gang Entertainment. Don Q is with HighBridge Entertainment he’s from the Bronx, (NYC). These two linked in Hollywood, soon as Dj Victoriouz came thru with the fire azz beat they wasted no time recording the hit single and shooting the video.

O Racks & Don Q are currently pushing a crazy street banger titled “Get It”. O Racks linked with G Herbo’s main Dj/producer ‘Dj Victoriouz’ for the production, just wait til you hear it, this song goes hard as f*ck!

The single is making some noise on the internet, you can find it on some dope blogs and sites. We featured “Get It” in our Spotify section a few weeks back, and added it to the Smoked Out Radio playlist on Spotify. I noticed is with more than 35,076 streams, 50,536 monthly listeners on Spotify the people are already tuned in listening.

Get It has the streets buzzing from New York to California! The song is out now on Spotify, Sound Cloud, you can listen on to “Get It” on all streaming outlets!

Follow O Racks on Instagram @TreeGangRacks stream “Get It” on Spotify. Share and add it to your playlists!

Nu JerZey Devil – Take Money | @nujerzeydevil

Music, Videos

Nu Jerzey Devil has released the visual for his newest single Take Money.

“Double C’s on the bag, Fifty-five on the tag, Take a ni**a for his last,
Leave the club with the cash, All she do is Take Money…All she do is
Take Money!”

Take Money is the perfect anthem for all those “Take Money”, always grinding type of women! The track produced by Bongo By The Way, Nu JerZey Devil rides this beat perfectly! In addition it’ll having you vibin’ to it while you light one up in the club, and pop some bottles with a few Get Money type of beautiful women!

The video is shot at JerZey’s second home…Miami! Take Money, directed by Shula The Don, who captured JerZey tearing through the city in a double R, partying at Miami’s hotspots and enjoying life with beautiful ladies by his side who are always about their business….Always focused on that paper! Nu JerZey Devil is
continuously on a money mission and Take Money, is art imitatingJerZey’s real life events!

In the words of Ani Galestanian/LimitLess Entity

“I came from the Bottom, I taught myself how to Dj, how to shoot my own videos. I put
together a team I trusted, and we never stopped grinding” States Nu JerZey Devil, when asked about his humble beginnings. Where there’s a will, there’s a way and JerZ definitely paved his own way. Having learned to Dj in addition to producing at a young age, provided Nu JerZey Devil with the opportunity to produce for notable artists such as Lil Wayne, Neyo, and of course West Coast Hip Hop Artist; the Game who JerZ has been Djing for many years.

FOLLOW NU JERZEY DEVIL ON FB IG AND TWITTER

Facebook:   https://www.facebook.com/NuJerzeyDevil1/
Instagram: @nujerzeydevil  
Twitter: @nujerzeydevil

 

Chant26 – Members Only (Prod by Lou Beats) | @dotherightting_

Music, Promo, Videos

Chantz uses life tragedies to point people toward
hope through his music

PORT ST. LUCIE, FL – Though music has always been a mainstay for Chantz Cooper, it wasn’t
until tragedy struck a year ago that he turned to music as a viable career.

In fact, it wasn’t just one tragedy, but a series of tragedies that all ran together, one after the other. It started when he lost his job – something completely unexpected and untimely because he and his girlfriend were expecting a baby. But shortly after that, the couple lost the baby to a miscarriage. And as if those two things alone weren’t bad enough, Chantz was hit by a car a few weeks later – breaking his back and causing him to be bed-ridden for months.

It was during those months laid up and in pain that he contemplated his life and the moments
that had gotten him to that point in his life. He was faced with the most important decision of
his life: continue with life as usual, or make a drastic change that could be the thing that would save his life.

“There were countless dark days way before that, but this was the breaking point,” Chantz
recalls. “I suffer from depression and I’ve never been an outspoken person, and for the longest
time I left so many things bottled up inside. While I was lying up in bed, back hurting, I thought, ‘Why not write those things down? Why not become a voice for others?’ I decided I wanted my life to be about making people feel good. If my music can make you feel good when you were feeling bad, that’s good!If it also makes you feel my pain while realizing that there’s hope through it all, then I’ve done my job over the top.”

Chantz’s new album “Paid the Cost” is the penultimate project to summarize his life’s journey
and the road he’s traveled over the past year to get to this point. It’s an album that uses his
own personal tragedies to help other people understand that there are always hardships
behind anyone’s success.

“I’ve been through a lot and I really want to tell my story,” he said. “I’ve lived in basements and attics. I was raised by a single mother. And I’ve paid the cost to be successful. I went through that to lead up to where I’m at right now and where I’m headed in the future. My goal is to be a big influence with people – to inspire them to be something. Don’t always go after what someone else thinks is right for you. Follow what you think is right. If you do that, you’ll make it far, no matter what you want to do in life. Unfortunately, a lot of people don’t even try.”

The album will feature 10 songs, including the lead-off single “Members Only.” Chantz said the
inspiration for the song came from all the haters in his life. “Everyone had an opinion and I
wanted to show people that they don’t matter,” he said. “Everyone said I won’t be anything. So
I’m gonna show them wrong.”

To listen to Chantz’s music, or to follow him on social media, please visit:
https://mobile.twitter.com/dotherightting_
https://www.instagram.com/dotherightting_/
https://soundcloud.com/chantzzztwentysix/
“MEMBERS ONLY”:
https://soundcloud.com/chantzzztwentysix/members-only-vloneloubeats

Amira – Mathematics | @AmirasMuzic

Blog, ME Blog, Music, Promo

Hot new artist Amira brings sound, style reminiscent of the late Aaliyah

BALTIMORE, MD – All of her life, Amira has looked up to some of music’s most noteworthy
divas. To this day, she’s quick to point to artists such as Beyoncé, Whitney Houston and Monica,
as well as some rising divas such as Ariana Grande and Tori Kelly. In fact, it’s those fast-rising
female artists that she hopes to join one day as one of the world’s premier female musicians. As
an up-and- coming independent artist in search of her first big deal, she is well on her way.

Her most recent single, “Mathematics,” is the next step on her way to achieving that dream.
The pop-infused, mid-tempo song features lyrics that deal with a relationship breakup. It
follows Amira on a journey that starts with wanting her lover to understand how much she
loves him, to saying that it isn’t for her, to eventually backing out of the relationship.

“The music video follows the story from the song,” she said. “I start off venting to a friend
because I think my boyfriend is cheating on me. I’m hurt and I don’t know what to do about it.
As the video progresses, you see me kind of begging him to see me and that I want to be there
for him. I’m genuine in my feelings, but as the video progresses I can see that this is a
relationship that is not for me. At the end I walk away from camera with my hands in the air
because I’m done.”

Fans who watch the video will immediately be struck by the similarity Amira shares with the
late Aaliyah. Her sound and style are also reminiscent of the late pop icon, with a young, sweet
and innocent look that combines with powerhouse vocals and a supreme confidence that
makes it nearly impossible not to pay attention to what she has to say.

“I just want to be somebody who is relatable,” she said. “A lot of celebrities are well known, but
not relatable. Most everyday girls can’t relate to the lifestyle they’re going through. I want to
change that, if I can. I want to be the artist that some girl in high school could hear and
immediately get what I’m saying. I’m not just somebody on TV – I’m more than that. Even the
celebrities or singers that I look up to, I can’t say that I relate to what they’re doing or what
they’re going through. Their lives seem so different from mine. I want to be more relatable and
fill that space.”

“Mathematics” is the first single off an EP that Amira said she hopes to drop later this year. In
the meantime, fans can check out her music or follow her on social media by visiting:
https://twitter.com/AmirasMuzic
https://www.facebook.com/AmirasMuzic/
https://www.instagram.com/amirasmuzic/
https://soundcloud.com/amirasmuzic
www.Reverbnation.com/AmiraMuzic
SnapChat: @AlwayzAmira

P. Nickz releases his debut album “Money Changes Things” | @P.Nickz

Album, ME Blog, Music, Promo


Emerging Artist P. Nickz Releases Anticipated Album Money Changes Things

Independent Detroit hip-hop artist P. Nickz drops his highly anticipated album Money Changes Things as his insouciant, yet cultivating body of art, following up from his three top leading singles of 2017. Money Changes Things instantly puts you in a space to create a positive atmosphere with his back to back banger’s.

P. Nickz doesn’t surprise his fans with automatic head nods, to a considerable load of great lyrics and majestic beats, but may take new listeners by storm. Producers Ric and Thaddeus, Cash Jordan and BNJMN makes a feature, for fan favorites like Way Before, Came Thru and The Spiggidy. P. Nickz connects with his audience in a way that allows them to hear his point of view. “When you first get the album, I much rather you listen to the songs in order,” said P. Nickz. “The track list tells a story of how I got to the point of my life today.” P. Nickz and his features, creates the essence that allows you to experience the lyrics in your head and understand their point of view.

Money Changes Things is available on all digital platforms, stream below on Spotify.

2018 is already moving in the right direction with the release of Money Changes Things. Before the album dropped, P. Nickz was able to capture a great audience with his lead singles Way Before, Black Billionaires and The Spiggidy, after being featured on countless of popular blogs. He has moved quickly with creating his own platform, with his own record label Mansa Empire Entertainment. “It’s all about M.E.E.,” says P. Nickz.

Money Changes Things is available on all digital platforms for purchase and download. For more information, promo requests or to set up an interview with P. Nickz, please contact him by email at mansaempire@gmail.com.

Keep up with P. Nickz on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter: @p.nickz.

P. Nickz got his name from the first initial in his government name combined with “nickel bags”, from being the youngest dope dealer around. He gained his popularity with song Two Cent in May 2015. P. Nickz has recently worked with Detroit artists Dre Butterz, Biance B.A.D.D., and Ltl Trey for hit singles Rich N*gga Avenue, Vegas Nights and Positive Vibes. With over 10,000 views, collectively, both on YouTube and SoundCloud, P. Nickz continues to drop bangers that gives automatic good vibes.

Truez – I’m On (Prod.by 808Jumpin) | @Trueznation

ME Blog, Music, Promo

Truez offers hot new album with ‘New T.R.A.P.P. City’

AUGUSTA, GA – It’s virtually impossible to hate on anything Truez creates. That’s because he’s an
extremely likeable human being. When he was young, everybody considered him the class
clown. He had a handheld tape recorder that his brother brought home from college, and he
would take it with him everywhere and record himself doing impersonations of teachers and
other people. When he’d bring it to school to let other people hear it, the response he got was
a drug that he hasn’t set aside in the years since. In fact, he’s been chasing that high he gets
from entertaining an audience almost every day of his life since.

Today he’s become one of the hottest up-and- coming artists in the South. His new album, “New
T.R.A.P.P. City,” is a testament to the type of music that he creates and the journey that he’s
taken thus far in his career. T.R.A.P.P. stands for Trying To Run Away from Problems and Pain –
a theme that he said not only permeates every song on the album, but also is a bit of a
statement of his life currently.

“A lot of the songs are about how hard it is to be a black male in American and the South while
also trying to feed that wave of music that brings content while still using those beats that are
knocking for radio play,” he said. “The flow of it all is that I’m rapping over a few beats that
have hard bass and hard 808s. On the surface you might think it’s just another trap album, but
if you’re a lyrical person or you love content, you’ll see that it’s feeding into that kind of vibe. It
has a certain flow to it and it has a lot of metaphors – in many cases they could have three or
four meanings in one line. I also have the ability to rap fast and speed up. I tell stories. I
harmonize. I’m a great arranger. I’m a beast of an artist.”

Truez has been into music for 15 years and on the scene for the last five years, first as an emcee
and then eventually as a producer and recording artist. In 2013, after working with Julian Bell
and David Tudor, he was finally able to realize his dream and put together his first major solo
project titled “1991: American Rebel Tales.” From there he moved throughout New York City
where he partnered with legendary DJ Kay Slay to release “Damn My Lifetime” and
“True3nough.” Riding the success from those projects, Truez decided to create his own entity as
a collective label group with then business partner Aaron Grossman. Together they formed
Students of the Game, and Truez eventually released the controversial project “Raw &
Underprivileged” under that label.

His new album is the latest offering from this hot new artist. The first single, “I’m On,” will be
already available for fans late January 2018 to check out through various digital distribution
sites, and a music video will be available on his YouTube channel in February 2018. He said he
has plans to release even more music later in the year. He recorded as many as 115 songs in
2015 alone and currently under 360 Entertainment Group developing new materials. In the
meantime, fans can check him out live in concert on March 2 at Sky City in Augusta, GA.

To listen to Truez’s music, or to follow him on social media, please visit:
https://www.facebook.com/TruezNATION/
https://twitter.com/trueznation
https://www.instagram.com/trueznation/
https://www.youtube.com/user/TruezNATION
https://soundcloud.com/trueznation

D Stackz – Eazy | @DStackz_SNG

Blog, ME Blog, Music, Promo

Bronx Producer and Artist D-Stackz Plans to Release
New Project after the Success of “My Sh-t” and “Jungle”

LOS ANGELES, CA – Straight from the endless hustle and bustle of the Bronx,
New York, esteemed artist and producer D Stackz is here to make waves in the
industry. When D Stackz decided to pursue a career within the music industry, he
looked to his father for inspiration. Through watching his father grow his own
career in their home studio, D Stackz ultimately developed the desire to follow
suit. Little did he know, with hard work and dedication, his production would take
him further than he could've imagined at the time.

Initially, D Stackz began putting himself out there, and connecting with local
artists in the studio. It wasn’t long before word got around, and D Stackz’ musical
abilities caught the attention of so many in the industry. Though, D Stackz didn’t
become complacent, and decided to take his career to the next level as a
recording artist. “I’ve been rapping, and I’ve really been venturing out. I want to
come forth as an artist, and right now I’m working on my projects with
songwriting,” said the artist. The artist’s lyricism stands out among any average
song, and further verifies that D Stackz is truly the jack-of- all-trades.

Fans will be happy to learn that D Stackz is currently working on his next major
project. All songs included in this project will be produced by D Stackz himself,
and feature various artists throughout. Through this, D Stackz will fuse a type of
southern flair with the hard-hitting rap New York is known for. “I would have to
say it’s a mix. There’s a little bit of Atlanta and New York. There are some real
808-driven” beats. It’s going to be real catchy with an emotional influence,” said
D Stackz. When it comes to his style, everything is so organic and strategically
put together. Take his record with A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, “My Sh-t", which
went platinum at the end of 2016. D Stackz refuses to place limits on himself,
and it shows within his track record- literally and figuratively!

Looking ahead, D Stackz has major plans in the works for himself and the
landscape of his future music career. Though the artist currently owns his own
production label, S.N.G. Inc., he is committed to taking it a step further in
developing up-and- coming artists. His desire is to change the game, as he did
with his production on “Jungle”, which achieved gold status. Through his vast
capabilities within all facets of music, there will be no surprise when he
accomplishes this.

Make sure to follow D Stackz on his social media sites below, and stay tuned for
the release of his upcoming project!
https://twitter.com/DStackz_SNG
https://www.instagram.com/dstackz_sng/
https://soundcloud.com/dstackzsupreme
https://open.spotify.com/album/6kZ7UskdstqSA7UtqE9ooG
https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/eazy-single/1331603504?app=itunes&ign-mpt=uo%3D4

Prophet Mike – Nikki | @LilMikeX

ME Blog, Music, Promo

Prophet Mike speaks truth to the world through music
while touching on hot-button issues

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Prophet Mike is an artist who isn’t afraid to be controversial. In fact, you
could almost say that he seeks out controversy and even instigates it through his music. It’s
kind of the cornerstone of who he is as an artist.

“When I rap I’m talking about politics or what’s happening in society today,” said the fast-rising
musician out of Washington, D.C. “It could be abuse or abortion or racial division – anything
that’s riding the wave of what’s trending and topical. I’m trying to be more of the Kanye of this
generation. So, yes, I’m definitely going for controversial.”

His most recent EP, “Resurgence,” is a good example of that thought-provoking and sometimes
antagonistic music. Released in late October 2017, the project is one that explores R&B and pop
sounds while touching on subjects associated with relationships as well as social issues. One
single from the EP, “Nikki,” was written through inspiration from a relationship he had with a
woman that he used to work with. Another single, “Facts,” was written while he was in London
in 2015. He said they’re songs that really fill a unique lane for his particular style of music.

“I do rap, but I don’t like to be called a rapper because I’m actually more of a songwriter,” he
said. “I write a lot of tracks for female artists or male R&B artists. I write pop and rock and also
produce a lot of those sounds. I’m trying to do everything, not just in one genre. In this
generation of music you have to be more versatile. You can’t just be a rapper who can just do
hip-hop – and I’m the guy who can do R&B on one song, then venture into jazz on the next one,
then hit you with rock somewhere else.”

Born in southeast London, Prophet Mike has always been interested in music. His family moved
to Maryland when he was young, and his experience between the two countries gave him a
unique cross-cultural perspective that shines through in his music. For the past decade he’s
been following in the footsteps of his idols – Michael Jackson, Nas, ABBA and The Beatles – by
writing, rapping and producing. Recent performances in New York and Maryland are just a taste
of what he can do, he said.

He released his first full-length mixtape in 2016 called “Motivation X Segregation.” It was the
first time he showcased his controversial side, with songs like “Shootas,” “Beat Killer” and
“Black and Proud” proving to the world that Prophet Mike is an artist whose lyrics are relevant
and hyper-aware of social justice issues happening all over the globe.

While riding the wave of success from “Resurgence,” Prophet Mike said he’s back in the studio
and hoping to release three full EPs, with the intention of really sitting down and crafting a
classic album over the next two years.

“I really want God to work through me so I can take time and build something prophetic,
controversial and, as always, deeply touching and thought provoking,” he said. “I want to find
new ways to evolve my style and music.”

To listen to Prophet Mike’s music, or to follow him on social media, please visit:
https://twitter.com/LilMikeX
https://www.instagram.com/prophetmike21/
https://www.instagram.com/chris_21od/
https://open.spotify.com/album/1wgI8zJ5Sxsa3mAnN5CHy3
https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/resurgence-ep/id1299094838
http://tidal.com/us/store/album/80293374
https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/resurgence-ep/id1299094838
https://soundcloud.com/michael-dadson- 640551900/7-p- mike-nikki- mix2