Ouija Macc unveils the “Demon Seed” video ahead of his new mixtape Dirtbag dropping this weekend.
Trackdilla is in full bloom on the release of his new visual, titled “Someone Like You.” A follow-up to his breakout hit “Spend My Money,” the international star brings his star power to the surface with a snappy love song about unexpectedly finding that special someone. It’s the perfect introduction to today’s mainstream audience.
For the new single, an eager Trackdilla shows off some fancy footwork to sweep the woman right off her feet with the help of some romantic gestures and love language. The song displays the new act’s dark smoldering appeal, magnetic vocal abilities and amazing songwriting skills. “Someone Like You” is destined to appear at the top of all R&B charts in 2021. Trackdilla’s star power is not something new, just finally recognized by the masses.
Outside the song, a brief backstory on Trackdilla, he traveled to the USA via Africa to pursue his musical dreams. While hanging out at Drake’s Yolo Estate he met and strongly connected with Dre London who’s behind Post Malone success. On October 20th, 2020 Trackdilla won the best new music video with the Hapa Awards. Definitely, a great addition to add to your 2021 playlist.
The new single is slated to appear on Trackdilla’s forthcoming EP arriving later this year on his own imprint. After the view, continue to follow Trackdilla and his superstardom on social media for daily updates and so much more.
Florida rapper Lavish The MDK pulls out another hit from his breakout 2020 project 33476 in the new visual for the track “How I’m Living.” In the new release, Lavish takes a look back at the journey to the top. Raps about those who couldn’t be here, the darkest times and finally receiving the finer things in life. Fellow popular Florida recording artist Lunchmoney Lewis cameos.
A fan-favorite track. Lavish hits the water with his crew, draped in O’Neal racing apparel, raps about the friends who can’t be on the yacht and the next phase of his career, which includes platinum plaques and countless hits on top of Billboard. Lavish The MDK’s 33476 is filled with hit singles like “How I’m Living.”
Available on LunchBox Records, the 12-track project includes guest appearances by Tia and Tamera, with notable mentions like “Getting To The Bag,” “Sister Sister” and “Bout That Life.” Watch the new video below, afterward, follow Lavish daily on Instagram.
Take a look at the new visual for “How I’m Living” below.
A.Chal is the frontman of the hottest new act in music, Gazi World. Preparing for his solo campaign, the emerging star introduces himself to the mainstream landscape as his own star with his debut release, titled “Tappd’n.” For the visual, the Peruvian star reconnects with the streets and shows the fame hasn’t changed him and displays the undeniable star power that grassroots fans have adored as the frontman.
In the Sammo Fidel-directed visual, A.Chal hits the streets of New York in a green Lamborghini and taps in with his community and keeps his ears to the streets. The video displays the artist’s authenticity as he drives home the motto: “determination outweighs lack of resources every time.” It’s the perfect introduction to any newfound fan unfamiliar with A.Chal and Gazi World which allows him to shine and for us to explore his background with the group.
On the visual concept, A.Chal says, “I needed to make a video that inspired everyone to tap in. Raise your head, stick your chest out, and get work – no excuses! This video cost no money to make but took hard work to accomplish. Everything is possible.”
A must-see. “Tappd’n” sets up more hot new music to come from A.Chal in 2021. The latest single is available everywhere courtesy of Gazi World Inc. “I needed to make a video that inspired everyone to tap in. Raise your head, stick your chest out, and get work – no excuses! This video cost no money to make but took hard work to accomplish. Everything is possible,” A.Chal adds.
Stream it here and follow A.Chal on social media for daily updates and more.
Cam Wallace cherish all the hard work that led up to his recent signing to the iconic Motwon Records on his first official release, titled “We Made It.” Last month, Motown and the Houston artist announced their new partnership, today, Wallace links up with popular producer, Triza, to tell the fans how the new deal transpired. The perfect jump-on point for any newfound fan of the rising star.
For the first drop, the Texan reflects on the journey to Motown. Remembering the late nights, early mornings, the ups and downs that made him the man he is today. Between the cheers, Cam remembers those he lost along the way and those who doubted him while giving out advice to those to never give up on their dreams. “We Made It” will inspire all of us during these times of transition following a year-long pandemic.
When asked about the inspiration behind the song, Wallace states: “We made it in a complete mood. Really embracing that moment of finally arriving at your destination. Reaching the goal, whether big or small.”
“We Made It” accompanies Wallace’s recent re-release of his EP, 6Rings. The six-song 2020 project includes popular Cam Wallace singles “Retail,” “The Rulez” and “All The Way.” His new single sets up the promising debut album expected late-2021. Motown has been very supportive of Cam Wallace on social media promotions, like the one shown below.
Stream “We Made It” below.
Life is a game for the new sensation glvsshouse. Today, the Boston native tries his luck at love in the video game-inspired new visual release for his breakout song “Games.” After racking up huge numbers on Soundcloud, the genre-bending recording artist takes a pocket full of quarters can battle for as many extra lives he can get that will win the heart of his love interest. Stream it here via Olympus Projects/Ashtray Mgmt.
The Logan Gardener-animated showcases glasshouse catchy songwriting abilities and magnetic appeal as he jumps over hoops, flying planes, trains and automobiles to win his love. For glasshouse, the song is a surprise hit made on a whim, he explains: “Games was a record I made hungover in my LA apartment in about 30 minutes. I had no idea it would grab f*g Pharrell’s attention and be one of my biggest songs to date. Having the Pharrell cosign really gave me full confidence in my music, it’s kind of like I was sure all along but having that man tell me my song is good just made it a fact.”
The song originally appeared on the Pharrell Williams’ Covid-19 relief project, titled IAm Other Vol.1 and was the track that got him noticed by well-known music manager Peter Robinson. The song’s popularity has drawn a whole new fanbase to the rising star, all anticipating his next release in 2021 which also promises a full-length collection, currently untitled. Until then, “Games” will hold fans at bay as it continues to draw high value on all platforms. For more on glvsshouse, follow him on social media.
Watch “Games” below.
Johnny Que$t The Rebel returns after his 2020 project Follow and prepares to continue his journey as one of hip-hop’s young stars with his latest single “Addicted 2 Money.” Since the release of his first project “Rebelz N The Hood”, Johnny’s sound and image has grown, effortlessly inspiring listeners and fans as he raps of achieving the impossible. With songs like “Truth or Dare” and “www.”, “Soul Rebel #1” curates a spacey, euphoric atmosphere in his music, shrewdly delivering inspiring lyrics to the misunderstood.
On “Addicted 2 Money,” which follows the story of the hardships of obtaining your dreams, Johnny reflects on the value of money as a substance and finding comfort in it, like an obsession. The song turns into a self-made narrative of increasing personal value independent of external relationships, resources, and substances. In turn, Quest has focused his addictive personality on obtaining riches. The Bvtman-produced track romanticizes the relationship between Quest and earning capital, and is a musical score for the hustler-at-heart.
“People interact with you based on how they value you. My addiction became increasing my value,” Johnny Que$t The Rebel says.
A set up to his sophomore release, “Addicted 2 Money” is available everywhere now via Renaissance Music Records with a visual on the way. Stream the new song below and for more on Johnny Que$t The Rebel, follow him on Instagram.
The 1998 hit, “Wanna Be A Baller,” gets a revamp in the new posse cut by fast-rising new artist Duke Painn2Money in the first release of 2021, titled “Ballin 2k21.” For the first effort, Duke taps well-known veterans in Syracuse Legend’s Oxburg, Qua DaKing and Duke’s new artist Trench Baby Koot. Over the Ivys production, the crew delivers crispy-clean rhymes about maneuvering throughout the streets and racking up blue faces like leaves in the fall.
The new star’s single sets up the artist’s forthcoming project, scheduled for a late-2021 release. The new single’s visual arrives in Summer 2021. “Ballin 2K21” is the perfect jump-on point for any newfound fan of the East Coast ensemble.
“Ballin 2K21” is a Painn2MoneyEnt/ Love & Loyalty Music Group release. Stream “Ballin 2K21” below and follow Duke Painn2Money on social media.
Hailing from Brooklyn, New York, emerging recording artist Sin Dripavelli is blowing up fast. Within a year, the lyricist surpassed over 200,000 streams with his witty wordplay and catchy East Coast Hip hop. Now, he preps his new audience for what he has in-store for 2021 with the new visual for the single “Bad Now.”
In the 117 FilmsNY Films-directed visual, Sin is being stalked by the haters as he prepares for a night of partying with their main things. On high alert with a fleet of security in the most exotic cars, Dripavelli drops a series of smooth verses while he feels on the curves of the most exquisite beauty. The perfect jump-on point for any newfound fan looking to get familiar with the new sensation coming out of the home that gave us Biggie, Jay Z and so many more. His latest feature sets up a promising new project coming later on this year.
“Bad Now” is available everywhere via Forever Made. After the stream, continue to follow Sin Dripavelli and his rise on social media.