Today, PLAYGROUND Detroit published an interview article featuring the Detroit-native artist King Visionary. The article shares the journalist’s thoughts about his new track “Vacation” produced by Eric Dingus. During the interview, the singer-songwriter disclosed his relationship with Dingus’ manager, and how the collaboration came to be. Also, the two converse about various music styles, the meaning behind the music, and more. Read the full story.
In August, Singersroom premiered “Vacation” for the Detroit-native singer-songwriter King Visionary.
In an email to Elle Breezy, King Visionary stated that “you are never really able to escape yourself, you use the time for self-reflection, which can often be repetitive and tedious.” The artist also shared that “‘Vacation’ isn’t part of a specific project, but it is a part of a series of introspective bangers I want to release before the weather gets too cold. Something to reflect on before the winter hits.”
Stream the track on the premiere site.
— Singersroom.com (@singersroom) August 28, 2017
Today, IMPOSE published a review written by Andre G about a Washington, DC-based emcee called J Scienide. The journalist wrote about “The Actual Heat LP” saying that the artist “embodies the essence throughout the project, dropping straightforward cipher-stoppers. He takes aim at ‘no talent rappers’ who are on a ‘slave ship’ over ‘Open Letter’s’ smooth bassline, but has enough regard to implore us to ‘be free wit’ ya’ life.’” Read the full story.
“It’s no secret that many feel the electronic music industry is a boys club, so to find an incredibly talented woman of color out here showering us with an output of abstract and intelligently designed beats is not only refreshing but sorely needed,” says Camille Cushman. Read the full story.
— NEST HQ (@NESTHQ) May 25, 2017
Tonight, Okayplayer premiered Hodgie’s new “Caution” video featuring his labelmate Lil Bizzy. On the same day, the Lima, OH-native artist released his latest project, Street Lights. Watch the Khil Datta-directed video on the premiere site.
— Richardine Bartee (@THEYAMS) April 28, 2017
After the release of his latest album, Brooklyn-native rapper ScienZe reached out to me to help with press for the album, “Kind of Dessert.” First to bat is esteemed journalist Andre G’s assessment of the album. Read the full story.
Dessert and Scienze… this is something we can all get behind. https://t.co/BCEbQzZoyD
— Impose Magazine (@ImposeMagazine) April 28, 2017
Today, REVOLT shared the latest CymcoLé record titled, “Gunplay” featuring Rich Homie Quan. Stream the record on the website.
On Thursday around lunchtime, I did a walkthrough with a new singer named Alexis Ayaana at Complex in New York City. During the visit, the Atlanta-based artist talked to the Music Editor. Then, she played music for him; Gave a little background. Currently, Ayaana has a song out with Quavo (Migos) called, “Bad Enough” from her debut EP (Twenty One). We’re all in anticipation of the music video. Stream the song now on SoundCloud.
Today, BEWARE added, “Bizzy’s In The House” to his BEWARE’s Block music column. In his article, the journalist says that Bone Thug member Bizzy Bone’s son is “carrying the torch quite well” and that the clip “should have Cleveland residents pretty pumped for the somewhat surprise emergence of Lil Bizzy.” Read the full story.
At night, Troy Ave hosted a private #SaluteToTheDJs event in New York City at Platinum Sound Recording Studios. Ahead of the release of the controversial street album #Nupac, we invited select media outlets and DJs to hear the album. Read the recap article.
Last night, Troy Ave hosted his #SaluteToTheDJs Appreciation Event in New York City. Huge thanks to all of the media, DJs, and guests who came through by way of my late night/early night text messages. We appreciate you all. #Nupac out today. Check out more photos by @deonvisuals exclusively on @djenuff's @thatsenuff. #PurfekStorm #BSBRecords #TroyAve #Rappers #NewMusic #DopeBoyTroy #Brooklyn