For ‘Crossed,’ James Elizabeth Delivers “Give Me U” Visual

On the rise singer/songwriter James Elizabeth has had a transcending 2020 with trendsetting vocals, incredible songwriting and infectious persona. Today, inspired by the new film, “Crossed,” the 663,000-followed entertainer delivers a star-studded visual for the new single, titled, “Give Me U.”

Directed by the talented Darien “D Buck” Smith, James Elizabeth stars as a lounge singer playing for a sold-out crowd as she narrates a fast-paced thriller about an underworld including well-known actors Tiny Zeus Lester (Friday) and Omar Gooding (Baby Boy). The film was shot in Los Angeles, California. For the song, Elizabeth draws from personal experience as she discusses a former love she tried desperately to be with.

James Elizabeth on “Give Me U”:

“I wrote this record after I met someone I really vibed with, I was at that point where I was feeling them out for a while and then I just fell hard and wanted to be with them. This song is also featured in the “Crossed” movie I shot that is coming out this summer 2020.”

To-date, “Give Me U” has surpassed over 300,000 streams within its first-week release.

“Give Me U” is among a series of latest by the rising star including recent efforts “Wait On You,” “Now I Know Why” and “Can’t Stop.” All the new music leading up to an anticipated full-length project currently in the works and slated for late-2020. The upcoming album is scheduled to feature guest appearances by superstars Snoop Dogg, E-40 and Jeremih. Alongside “Give Me U,” Elizabeth has unveiled a visual for “Now I Know Why,” co-starring former America’s Next Top Model contestant Don Benjamin.

Following “Give Me U,” learn more about James Elizabeth today via Instagram. Take a look at the new video now. “Give Me U” is streaming now on SkylerJ Enterprises.

“Crossed” hits theaters Fall 2020.

Tony Dannaz: The ATL Cassanova

Considered one of the most consistent new faces in ATL Hip-Hop, Tony Dannaz is definitely the next breakout star to come out of the new Hip-Hop mecca. As he continues to thrive consistently with his sex appeal rhymes and vulgar exploration of the female anatomy, Dannaz delivers his biggest hit yet in the new single called “I Got You.” Underground no more, Tony Dannaz’s presence reaches global recognition.

Armed with a slick tongue and intriguing romantic poise. On the new song, Dannaz nabs popular ATL rapper Sy Ari Da Kid for a very explicit description of pleasing a woman. The two trade a couple of quick verses that will the ladies day-dreaming about being the leading ladies for the two stars and ready for a wet dream.

“I Got You” follows previous cuts, “Shawty Trouble” and “Sumthin About You.” The new single sets up a potential full-length project on the horizon late-2020. Sy Ari Da Kid appears on the track courtesy own imprint. After the stream, continue to follow Tony Dannaz on Instagram for daily updates and more.

NR24 – “Dreams From The Basement, Vol.1” (Album)

San Francisco, CA based underground Hip Hop producer NR24 drops his new album “Dreams From The Basement, Vol.1” featuring Mistah F.A.B., Semiautocec, Syfarii Babii and more!  Follow him on Instagram @noah.24x.

Olmeca – “The Message” (Video)

Los Angeles, CA underground Hip Hop native Olmeca drops his latest music video for the track “The Message” off his recently released album “Define” out now!  The newest single speaks about finding strength in ones privilege growing up bi-national and bilingual. And visually shines a light on the Latinx communities in Las Vegas by featuring immigrant rights activist Paloma Guerrero, Las Vegas cultural ambassadors Arturo Cecena and Coco Jenkins and Cuban Circus Soleil dancer Indria Cueto.

Create The Culture – “Take Flight” EP

Up and coming Canadian Hip Hop group Create The Culture (4 members – Ace, Pascal, Kaiba, BK Fire) releases their debut 5-track EP titled Create The Culture.  The project has been described by a variety of media outlets as ‘the type of music that gets stuck in your head’.  CTC bring a smooth, original project to the table with songs most people have to credit for being well produced, addictive and emotionally intriguing.

The group stands out from the pack with their unique, refreshing vibe in an industry being saturated with trap music and ‘me-too’ culture. With numbers hitting over 300K in the first few months, and their breakout record ‘Venice’ reaching 200K streams, this group is one to lookout for! Keep your eyes out for ‘Create The Culture’ as they continue their rise in the industry and develop into a force to be reckoned with.

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