Adrian Julius Ceasar – Red Alert (Hot)

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Adrian Julius Ceasar breaks into the Hip Hop scene with bold new track “Red Alert (Hot)”

LOUIS, MO – An up and comer in the Hip Hop industry, Adrian Julius Ceasar is an artist worth looking out for. Caesar has a sound that flawlessly blends Hip Hop with R&B to create gorgeously smooth tracks. His latest song “Red Alert (Hot)” is a stunning example of this.

Ceasar has been making music since he was only 14 years old. “I started off with my mom’s boy friend. He used to make demos and we would try to get him out there, but he never really took off. Eventually, I started doing my own thing. Now I am here and just looking to grow.”

Growing up, Ceasar was surrounded by music. Having been born in the 80’s, he took to artists such as New Edition, Prince and Michael Jackson. “There wasn’t really any particular incident or artist that got me started making music, I just knew that I was good at singing. I had been in the choir growing up and it just grew from there.”

Since his days in the school choir, Ceasar has grown as a musician and created a sound of his own. “My sound is full of energy. It is hype, a sort of mix between Hip Hop and R&B. It is kind of similar to R Kelly in my opinion. My music has a nice vibe that kind of sets me apart from everyone else though.”

Ceasar’s latest track “Red Alert (Hot)” is an amazing example of his smooth sound and overall vibe as a musician. The track was created in a home studio and has a smooth, professional sounding R&B vibe to it. “The song is just really catchy. It doesn’t really have any particular story behind it, but everything I write comes from my life and personal experiences. It is just a constantly moving thing.” To pair with “Red Alert (Hot),” Ceasar will be releasing his latest music video within the next couple of weeks. This exciting track will no doubt come with an amazing visual experience.

With more exciting tracks than just “Red Alert (Hot),” Ceasar is gearing up to release two more singles, “Everywhere I Go” and “Only Lover.” “Everywhere I Go” is a fun and upbeat party track that will be released on December 19, 2020 and “Only Lover” is a sweet song about a childhood romance that Ceasar experienced growing up. This track will be released on January 16, 2021. Ceasar plans to follow both tracks up with music videos as well.

Adrian Julius Ceasar has big plans for the coming year with music, videos and more. His music is available on iTunes, Apple Music, Spotify, Amazon Music, Pandora, iHeart Radio, and Napster.

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Black Prince – Freestyle Baby

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Deep-voiced Black Prince makes the ladies melt with new single ‘Free Style Baby’

DETROIT, MI – An artist from the Upper Midwest whose silky smooth deep bass makes the ladies melt is bringing an Old Skool Kool vibe to the industry with his latest string of single releases.

Black Prince is an industry veteran who has been entertaining the masses for two decades as an actor and model. Recently, he expanded his global audience by entering into the world of music with his hit single “Free Style Baby.” In so doing, he has helped issue in a new sound that he calls Old Skool Kool – a blend of R&B, Rap, Jazz, Blues and Spoken Word that serves as the perfect platform for his signature deep bass vocals.

Imagine the deeply smooth vocals of Barry White. As soon as his mouth opens, the sound of his voice demands attention. That’s the kind of voice Black Prince has. And he puts that vocal weapon to immediate use with the opening bars of his new single.

“Welcome back pretty lady. I’m glad you stopped by. We should do something tonight …”

“It’s a song about a guy fantasizing about a female friend,” Black Prince said. “He’s trying to hit on her, and he’s using the term free style as an innuendo. He’s substituting the word free style to say certain other things that he wants to say, and he’s hoping that she’ll pick up on it and realize what he wants. Essentially, he wants them to be more than friends but he doesn’t know how to say that other than being subtle.”

The deeply romantic song certainly fits in the lane of R&B, but Black Prince’s take on Old Skool Kool takes it beyond that genre into something that’s truly original. He intentionally takes listeners back in time to the days of putting vinyl on the record player – that nostalgic sound in which artists such as Barry White thrived. But he also pairs that with a newer vibe that will cater not only to an older audience but also a younger audience that appreciates good music. And of course, the ladies will love to listen to anything that comes out of his mouth.

“Ultimately, I want to really be known for showing that age is just a number, especially when it comes to women,” he said. “In our society, we tend to gravitate to youth. Everybody wants to be in their 20s and that age range is celebrated. Whatever age you are, you can look back nostalgically at your life, but you’re only looking at the good things. I want to celebrate women and give them things they can relate to. Same for guys. I want to be the guy who recognizes beauty in terms of maturity in life.”

Black Prince will further explore that idea and his Old Skool Kool sound with his next single, “Girl You Look So Good To Me,” which he said should drop in February 2021.

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itsyaboigavrilbalane – Yeah No

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Canadian artist drops introspective and uplifting album

LLOYDMINSTER, CANADA – A big theme in the music from Canadian artist Itsyaboigavrilbalane is personal experience and stories. His latest album, “The Empty Space Between My Ears” is no exception. Pulling from various situations of his life to date, Itsyaboigavrilbalane lets listeners in on his heartbreaks and adventures with his own brand of introspective yet melodically catchy music.

“I’m trying to paint a picture for people that they can relate with,” he said. “It’s an album that tells a story from start to finish. It may seem jumbled at first, but it all tells a story over the course of 11 songs. It’s moody and atmospheric but it’s upbeat at certain points, as well. So it’s a mix of a lot of things. But one of the things that sets me apart is that I can flow through different genres and put a mix of many things into one song, while making sure it’s a perfectly balanced and mixed sound.”

Hailing from Lloydminster – a town right in between Saskatchewan and Alberta – Itsyaboigavrilbalane started writing music as a hobby when he was a child. By age 14, he was recording music and eventually started doing his own producing. With the exception of beats, he has been on a journey that includes learning new instruments and experimenting with new sounds. As such, he is an all-around musician who isn’t afraid to try new things and expand his color palette.

“I’m an artist who wants to unify music and give my audience a taste of everything through lyrical storytelling,” he said. “I use stories of pain, misfortune and heartbreak in hopes of uplifting people in their hard times and giving them someone they can relate to.”

After releasing his second EP, he entered his first music competition in 2019 – the International Songwriting Competition – and received a note that he was a semi-finalist, beating out more than 16,000 people in the running. He followed that up by releasing his first full album in February 2020, which has been well-received among fans and industry insiders alike. Maintaining that momentum, he never stopped creating and is excited to release his new album “The Empty Space Between My Ears.”

“I wanted to push my feelings into a place where people can relate to it,” he said of the album. “I’ve been doing music professionally for five years now and over that time I’ve been opening myself up more and more to different things. I’m constantly evolving and this album will show audiences how I got to this point. There have been a lot of heartbreaks and mishaps, and there will be sad songs that break your heart; but it’s also an album that is genuine and fun to listen to. I hope people appreciate the work that I put into the music and the experimentation that went into it. At the end of the day, I hope my music is the kind that spans the test of time in its uniqueness.”

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Dave Rose – Play Too Much

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International artist Dave Rose offers new sound from Eastern Europe

VIENNA, AUSTRIA – A new sound from Eastern Europe is about to set the Hip Hop world on fire. Kenyan-Austrian Dave Rose is a 22-year-old recording artist currently living in Vienna and has been releasing a string of singles this year, turning heads among industry insiders around the globe. His most recent single, “Play Too Much,” is a bouncy jam that takes a playful jab at women who play hard-to-get.

“I met my girlfriend at a club about a year ago and I kept trying to get her to go on a date and she kept postponing dates and stuff,” Rose said. “One day, after we finally did start dating, I brought her with me to the club. I usually go in and hear the beat, but I’d had this specific beat for two years and that day I just started freestyling and the melody came to me right away. I was spitting bars about how I had to work hard to get a date of her, and she loved it. She thought it was funny. She busted out laughing, and we knew right away we had a hit.”

Growing up in Austria, Rose was always more interested in athletics than he was music. He was a very good basketball player who was recruited by Division 1 colleges in the U.S., but before committing to any of them, his uncle was shot and killed. He’d been very close to his uncle who had introduced him to music when he was younger. Rose began exploring music in the wake of his uncle’s death and eventually, music took over as his primary passion.

“When he died, I felt the urge to write songs,” Rose said. “I wrote my first song two days after his death and I’ve been writing ever since. For the first two years, I was just writing songs on the side while still playing basketball. I still had a dream of being an NBA player. But that passion faded over time and I spent more time writing and recording songs. Music really became my passion and since then, music is all I do – I eat, sleep and breathe music. I’m always thinking of new songs, beats, melodies, or whatever.”

Though he’s been writing since 2016, Rose didn’t release his first song until late 2019. He said he takes a lot of time to perfect his craft and make sure his songs are perfect before being released to the masses. He took singing lessons with several vocal teachers, and has developed a signature sound that’s a mellow mix of singing and rapping. As a result, Rose is able to create party songs, love songs, and tracks that fit practically any mood.

“I think my style is unique in the way that there’s no real definition of what my style is,” he said. “The rapping and singing mixture I’ve incorporated into all my songs gives it a sound that’s not out there a lot right now. It spreads good vibes, and at the end of the day, I just hope my music is the thing people can turn to in any situation. If you’re sad, go listen to one of my songs and feel better. If you’re happy, my music can make you even happier. If you’re at a party, my music is the kind of music you can listen to and it instantly makes the party better.”

Rose said he’s planning on dropping another single, “How U Do It”, at the beginning of 2021 and encourages fans to check out his music across all streaming platforms. To listen to Dave Rose’s music or to follow him on social media, please visit: