[Single] @ThaMelodius1 ‘Olympic’

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Melodiuz aka B. Melody brings his melodic drippy sound to this melodic beat
[Single] @ThaMelodius1 'Olympic'

Download/Stream Link: https://open.spotify.com/track/5g7G6gZINQSQDS8kuWXDpD?si=l1sHehZJQqageURuHVCoOg

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Nu JerZey Devil – Take Money | @nujerzeydevil

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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.

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

 

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

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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

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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

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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.