Kaekingkally Looks At The Past In Debut Hit “Partyin’ Was Fun”

Kaekingkally recently began his journey in the music world with a first track titled “Partyin’ Was Fun.” Filled with his creative genius, “Partyin’ Was Fun” also showcases his natural desire for blending genres, styles, and even eras within his own signature sound. 

These major innovations appear in the form of a fusion in which 90’s vibes blend in perfectly with the most modern and refreshing Hip-Hop produced today. Nas, Ice Cube, Jay Z, B.I.G, 2Pac, Easy E, Michael Jackson, and Usher are all the artists that Kaekingkally admired growing up. But it is Ice Cube that played a crucial role for Kaekingkally. It is when the young artist listened for the first time to “No Vaseline” on his mobile phone that he knew he realized he wanted to become a rapper

“Partyin’ Was Fun” is an ideal debut track for him because in many ways, it is unpredictable, fun and introduces him as a versatile artist capable of excelling in multiple roles. 

Corio (YNL Capone) Drops Visual Thriller For “Don’t Run”


Love takes an unexpecting turn for the uprising Kentucky rap star Corio, formerly YNL Capone, that sees his resiliently pursuing his distancing love interest in the cinematic new visual for “Don’t Run.” While the Brandon Lopez-directed visual tell one story, the lyrics tell another as Corio details the struggles of the relationship. We see him chase the love of his life physically and metaphorically through confession.

“Things I did in the dark came to light,” says Corio. “I had let my demons as well as life problems put us both in pain and I can tell she wants to run, but I can’t let her go because I love her. At this point my relationship is a wreck. The only way I could talk about it was to make it art. Maxx B started playing the guitar and the first take was the one I recorded to. The whole session took maybe an hour. Honesty and pain makes writing easy.”

The Lexington native releases “Don’t Run” after catching widespread attention with the previously released hit “Phone Off.” And with his recent boost in popularity, “Don’t Run” marks the perfect origin point for newfound fans of the rising star as he delivers his arguably best work yet. The end of the visual speaks volumes. “Don’t Run” and “Phone Off” are available across all streaming platforms via own imprint.

Take a look at “Don’t Run” below, and afterward, follow the new artist on social media for daily updates.

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Emilio Rojas Preps BP2 With “Okay Okay” Visual


Emilio Rojas encourages the valet to go for a joy ride and enjoy life while he hits the private skies in the new visual for “Okay Okay.” Directed by Jonathan Felix, Rojas narrates the fast life that comes with manifesting the finer things in life while your boots are strapped to the ground and punching in that clock with lyrics that detail his spending habits. Flossing, Rojas raps, “My car guy just asked to hold a few thou / And I just got a new house because my old block was too loud / I might still pay that mortgage it aint worth the time to move out.”

“Okay Okay” is the third release from Rojas following “Green Cards” and “Creep With Me” from the forthcoming sequel album, Breaking Point 2. The upcoming album will be the follow-up to the artist’s 2012 original hosted by the legendary DJ Green Lantern and presented by Pharrell’s Billionaire Boys Club clothing brand. To stay up to date on everything Emilio Rojas and the upcoming album, follow him daily on social media.

Watch the “Okay Okay” visual below and stream it everywhere via Breaking Point Music Group.

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Tyler Loyal Shows Bright Future In New Single “Back In Dat Mode”


AWAL’s new sensation Tyler Loyal returns to his old ways on the new single titled “Back In Dat Mode.” The highly energetic track produced by Sonni showcases the Boston native’s superior skillset, rowdy nature, and promising star power that will make him one of the hottest new acts of the year. For Loyal, the track reflects on the lowest part of his life, yet continues to pursue his dream.

“I’ve been at my lowest, living off Cup Noodles and cold-cut sandwiches,” said Tyler about the song’s message. “I’ve also been in the presence of financial freedom. Both experiences brought me to the same conclusion, I need to get rich. I made a promise to myself at 8 years old that I would be the one in my family to break the barrier and every day I live on this earth I’m trying to get myself closer to that end goal. This song is for the hustlers. It’s what it feels like to be fed up with your current state, get up and get to the bag.”

“Back In Dat Mode” follows Loyal’s impressive 2022, including the release of a trio of new songs like “Far From Jamaica,” “Still Mine,” and “Fallin’ Off.” Loyal’s latest release prepares us for an expected forthcoming project, which will eagerly arrive in 2023. More as this story develops…

“Back In Dat Mode” is available everywhere on So Rebel/AWAL.

Stream “Back In Dat Mode” below, and follow Tyler Loyal on social media for up-to-the-minute news and updates.

Paydroo Releases “Fair Exchange” Music Video


PG County’s Paydroo has been on a lyrical rampage lately as he ascends to mainstream stature. Now, he seizes the moment in the spotlight with the release of the new visual for the latest single, “Fair Exchange.” Directed by Richy Guzman, the visual stars, the rising emcee maneuvering around public transportation while he recites tricky rhymes about the hustle like, “Outta the youngn’s getting too it I was the first one, move smart I’m my momma’s first and only son.”

The song was inspired by the daily grit and grind that everyday joes endured on the paper chase.

“I gained inspiration to write this song as soon as Gr4ff sent it. Oftentimes my concepts come from the way the instrumentals are titled upon receiving them,” reveals Paydroo in a press statement.

“Fair Exchange” follows Paydroo’s 2021 EP, Product Of My Environment 2. The new single is the preview to the new artist’s forthcoming fifth as-yet-titled album in the works and is expected for a 2023 release on his own imprint. “Fair Exchange” is the perfect origin point to hop on the Paydroo bandwagon.

Take a look at “Fair Exchange” below, and afterward, follow Paydroo on social media.

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NL Skooby Releases New Song “Do Tha Dash”


Emerging Bay Area recording artist NL Skooby is unstoppable in 2023 following the successful release of his latest project, Love Me Before It’s Too Late. And with two more projects on the way to complete the trilogy, he kicks off the new year with a buzzing new track in “Do Tha Dash.”

For his latest release, Skooby impresses with a catchy hook, trendy production, and, most importantly, hypnotizing rhymes about being too busy looking good. While old fans may be pleased by the recording artist’s signature sound, for newfound fans, “Do Tha Dash” is the perfect origin point to hop on the bandwagon and ride with him to the top of the charts.

Love Me Before It’s Too Late is Skooby’s third full-length release following 2019’s Still No Love and 2020’s Trust. Released in 2022, LMBITL features 14 new songs, including breakout hits “Struggle With Me,” “Drop A Bag,” and “Broken Promises” featuring Mozzy. NL Skooby music is available on all streaming platforms via Lickz Ent.

Skobby’s resume includes collaborations with hip-hop superstars YK Osiris, Quando Rondo, Rick Ross, Sean Kingston, Dizzy Wright and more. Before the release of his upcoming project, stay tuned to everything NL Skobby on social media.

You may stream NL Skooby’s new single, “Do Tha Dash,” below.

Bimpin Drops New Song “heaven at night”


Emerging new artist Bimpin enters 2023 on a high after a hugely successful 2022 with buzzworthy new music like his latest release, intriguingly titled “heaven at night.” Written and recorded by the artist himself, the song is executive produced by Sinatramadeit and KB and mastered by Gabi Grella.

For Bimpin, the song is about the challenges that come with navigating through the music industry and the price of fame. It touches on the darker aspects of the industry, possibly referencing the cutthroat nature of the business and the sacrifices that must be made in order to rise to the top. It is worth noting that the song was reportedly written and recorded in a short recording session in Chicago, suggesting that it may be a particularly personal and intimate portrayal of Bimpin’s experiences and reflections on his journey in the music industry.

“I sat in the studio, lost in the magic of creating music,” said Bimpin about making the song. “I couldn’t help but feel like I was in heaven at night. The melody flowed through me like a river, and I knew that this song was going to be something special.”

Critics say “heaven at night” is thought-provoking, introspective, and, most of all, unique.

The song was a part of four new releases from Bimpin in 2022, which also includes previously released singles “Memories,” “Fast!,” and “2Life.” However, Bimpin’s latest single is the perfect origin point for any newfound fan of the rising star. After the stream, continue to follow him on social media for daily updates and so much more.

You may stream “heaven at night” below.

Master Yeti Releases Adrenaline Rushing New Single “Livin Life”

Southside Chicago’s Master Yeti is the artist-to-watch of 2022. In 2021, he astonished the music industry with his refreshing new sound and hit dance song “Lulu Lemon,” and is now putting his foot on the gas as he prepares for the biggest moment of his career with the release of his heavy bass-driven new single, “Livin Life,” out now via Yeti Studios. Now, Yeti puts his foot on the gas and prepares for the biggest moment of his career with the release of his heavy bass-driven new single, “Livin Life,” out now via Yeti Studios.

Produced by Yeti himself, the heart-pounding fast pace song details the rising star’s thoughts on newfound fame and all the things that come with it, like luxury items beyond our wildest dreams, influence, haters, pockets filled with money, and speedin’. “All the money in my pocket it don’t mean a thing,” Yeti raps on the chorus. “The hate is real/The love is fake/Least that’s the way it seems/Livin’ life, spinnin’ out and you can’t stop me/That’s how I’m feelin’ when I’m hopping in that Rarri.”

Master Yeti made his debut in 2019 with the foundational single, properly titled “On My Own.” Before music, Yeti accrued success creative designer and entrepreneur. While he began producing in 2017, Yeti’s musical knowledge span generations that include his father, an esteemed pianist, and uncle, an acclaimed left-handed bass player, who inspired and passed down lesson about music to him as a child.

Master Yeti has created an impressive catalog that includes 17 singles in 2021 and over 4M streams since his arrival in 2019. The versatile catalog displays a wide variety of sounds drizzled with larger-than-life lyrics and grandstanding appeal that today’s music lovers know and worship from their new artists. And with “Livin Life,” Yeti promises more new music on the way as he prepares for his forthcoming as-yet-untitled debut album, which was announced for early 2023 release.

A music video for “Livin Life” is currently in the works. Stay tuned with everything Master Yeti on social media.

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ZAIA Drops Much-Anticipated ‘American Psycho’ Album

He made a name for himself with standout tracks “BMX” and “Demon On Tuck.” Now emerging sensation ZAIA capitalizes on the popularity with the release of his much-hyped new album, American Psycho. The follow-up to his breakout project, Very Alone, ZAIA’s latest, is the result of pain pushing passion into greatness.

Including the two recent hits (BMX, Demon On Tuck), ZAIA delivers a new 12-song collection that tackles themes of heartbreak, imposter syndrome, and self-awareness. The title, which is inspired by the cult classic film of the same title, displays the album’s concept, sound and dark tone. The project is introspective, intriguing, and, most of all, ZAIA’s best work yet.

American Psycho is the perfect introduction for any newfound fan of the emerging star set to accomplish big things in 2023. A next-up artist-to-watch, continue to follow ZAIA’s journey daily for new music, news, and more on social media.

American Psycho is available on all platforms on Delirium Records/AWAL.

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Cilo Links With Greatness For New Visual “Don’t B Bitter / 101”

Emerging superstar Cilo continues to build buzz on his new album, Los, with the release of the project’s third single, titled “Don’t B Bitter/101.”

Julian & Jen Garcia-directed music video links Kendrick Lamar instrumentalist Ging fka Frank Dukes and featured act Nikki Pararuan with the ascending recording artist who balances the soulful strings and floor-shaking 808s to make a standout hit. The hypnotizing production on “Don’t B Bitter” blends into “101” psychedelic guitar riffs and live drums perfectly under Cilo sharing his deep emotions in the song’s wordplay that allows fans to learn a lot about him and what he has in store.

“Working on this record I wanted to make a song that felt like an introduction to my world,” Cilo says in the press release. “It was a time capsule for my life, which explains why it’s a two part song. The first half was the aggressive energy of my youth and my environment growing up, I’m in the West, ain’t no dreams. I know life ain’t what it seems. The second half was the energy of me now, after I’ve left the city, seen the world, and made it out of that environment. I have new struggles now, but also new victories. Like I say in that verse, ‘My life is different.'”

Accompanying “Don’t B Bitter/101” are previously released tracks “Palm Trees” and “Shine” featuring Poet22, which will be featured on the new project’s 10-song tracklist. On Los, Cilo demonstrates his range of emotions and charisma with moments of humor, paranoia, confidence, pride, love, and so much more. Los is available now on all platforms via Pastel Studios/Venice Music.

For more on Cilo, follow the rising star daily on social media. Stream the full album here.

Watch Cilo’s new visual below.