Cam is in his bag with this new single ” 10000 Miles “, you can see that a lot of thought was put into the visuals.
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Atlantic records found a gem with Janine. A talented singer, song writer & producer. I’m almost surprised that major labels are actually supporting a talented artist with good music.
I myself is waiting for R&B to be restored to it’s former glory, Janine looks to be a contributor to that sentiment. It’s a damn shame that this younger generation doesn’t have any idea of good R&B music.
This track is straight dope! rarely do I come across a record from an unknown artist that resonates. I can hear the potential talent from Joye Marelyn.
I’m looking forward to be hearing more from Joye Marelyn, just to make sure Never Tomorrow is a fluke.
The Wu-Tang dynamic duo is back with Raekwon’s “ This is what it comes too “ remix featuring GhostFace.
Raekwon and GhostFace compliments each other on a track like no non rap group, maybe except for Jada Kiss and Styles P & AZ and Nas.
I wish a was cruising in a GS 300 Lexus listening to this record as I drive down Flatbush Ave, Brooklyn in a Fila sweat suit. This record will have true hip hop heads salivating for a Raekwon and GhostFace collaboration album.
CyHi The Prynce is currently one of the most underrated rappers in the industry. His lyrics are undoubtingly superior to most of your favorite rappers. CyHi The Prynce has garnished a buzz over the couple of years with release, but his project would be constantly delayed. It seems as though the frustration with his record label GOOD Music has surpassed.
It’s said the Beyonce told Kanye West to sign CyHi The Prynce, He just needs the right string of records to get the masses demanding his project. This single remind me of another african themed single he has previously tilted Mandela.
The more I listen to the track below, the more it started to grow on me. His wittiness undoubtedly stood out as a strong characteristic for him as a rapper.
Lyricist are now coming out the wood works, rap veteran Ali Vegas and Busta Rymes protégé Reek Da Villian has recently collaborated with the release of “What NY Sound Like” under the same The William Bros. New York rappers are now becoming more proud and embracing of their New York City sound, after the recent down south influence on their music. Being a New Yorker, I love the sound of this record and it’s unmistakably would be recognized as a NYC record.