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Acebergtm – Bella (Video)

“”Acebergtm” drops his fresh work “Bella” in the Afro-Pop scene. An hymn to love and its always great impact in our lives. Rich and happy melodies, catchy beat and cool attitude for your absolute sound enjoyment.”

-Nagamag.com

Bella” is the second lead track off AcebergTM’s debut EP “Far From Home”. The track shows how true love conquers all and how it should be expressed.

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M-Dot, Conway the Machine, Nutso – Neck Tie (Spotify)

“-Neck tie- sounds very expressive by its atmosphere and Old-school Hip-Hop style. Cheerful, very juicy shock, expressive samples and a fair kind of humour. All this makes it a bright representative of its genre. Recommended? Definitely!”

“-Neck Tie- по своей атмосфере очень экспрессивный и местами напоминает trip-hop. Бодрые, очень сочные ударные, выразительные семплы и изрядная доля юмора. Всё это делает его ярким представителем своего жанра. Рекомендуем? Однозначно!”

-Nagamag.com

German producer Whatson recruits long time collaborator and Boston legend M-Dot, Queens street capo Nutso and one of the biggest artists in the game right now, La Maquina himself, Conway the Machine (Shady Records/Griselda). On "Neck Tie" the three emcees trade barbaric lyricism over gritty production suited for the post-mortem mutilation the song title refers to. Also look out for M-Dot's upcoming vinyl release "Dining in Dystopia" coming this Fall.

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m-dotboston.bandcamp.com/album/neck-tie-ft-conway-the-machine-m-dot-nutso-prod-by-whatson

Connect On Twitter:

@WhoIsConway
@MDotBoston
@NutsoPPM
@WhatsonProducer

theMVP – Here I Am (Video)

“”theMVP” has lit a dynamite, which is going to explode in a month’s time. Here we have the chance to enjoy now the fast pace and strong kick of this exuberant Rap vibe. Are you ready?”

-Nagamag.com

www.instagram.com/themvpstyle/

theMVP is truly an artist that displays resilience for life. Born and raised in the working-class state of Rhode Island, the early life for theMVP was a downhill ride with the brake line cut. Known as a battle rapper and a non-stop freestyler that had to be pulled away from the mic. Although the hunger and skill was evident issues with the law, drugs and alcohol, money, keeping a job, and having a place to live kept this MC from being able to fully focus on hip-hop. After back to back life changing events in 2008 theMVP made a decision to change the way he lived, these life changes relocated him to Miami, FL. However, the attempt to blend into “normal lifestyle” and pretend he could live and function in Corporate America drove theMVP into a massive relapase on drugs and alcohol, which ended with him in rehab 2 times. After getting discharged from rehab in 2018 theMVP was attempting to build a independent business, after a meeting with a local film artist, he played a instrumental beat he made for theMVP to show him, this turned into a freestyle session that impressed the artist, the freestyle landed theMVP a spot in a local studio in Richmond Heights neighborhood of Miami. After recording 30 demo songs theMVP took the songs to many professional producers to turn them into official songs. After inspiring Yeyo787 owner of Trapical Music, grammy nominee and ASCAP awarded artist, the two teamed up to make theMVP’s debut album Blood on the MIC.

Broughton – Life Lavish (Spotify)

“Super Rap single with nice rhymes and mind blowing kick. "Broughton" has given his best to leave us breathless and it seems it's working from the first seconds. Are you tired about listening typical sounds? Prepare for a big change with "Life Lavish".”

-Nagamag.com

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twitter.com/BroughtonNQH
soundcloud.com/nqh-x-dbds
www.youtube.com/channel/UCFJKu3mvFZ3Pz1XeRXK2u0w

LG (Team Genius) – YBM [Official Music Video] (Video)

“”Team Genius” attack with this new hit in the Rap scene. Summer is already burning hot and “YBM” sets another fire in the streets. The bomb has been activated and it’s going to explode in less than four minutes. can you withstand such power? Hit “play” and find out!”

-Nagamag.com

“YBM” is an honest, political track about police brutality and systematic racism in the US. The music video went viral on TikTok and Instagram Reels this past week after its release on Juneteenth (6/19).

“YBM” TRACK INFO:

YBM is the movement song that covers all the different roles & faces of our culture. From the relentless protest we’ve witness in 2020 to the dance culture in the clubs. YBM is the anthem for all that is “black.” It speaks to the mentality of “black excellence”, but also embodies the “twerk and bounce” of gritty hip-hop. The purpose of YBM is for the youth to have a song that captures everything we are without, frowning upon a different side of the culture. When we can except all that is us, from “ratchet to riches” we can then expect others to follow. The change starts with us, although we are born from our ancestors – we are far from the times of falling in line and following rules! We are the new generation and we are no longer afraid of our blackness!

LG BIO:
Lively, dynamic, and infected by a ferocious no-nonsense attitude, LG pushes her listeners to get up and get moving. Sometimes all we need is a good punch to the gut, and LG doesn’t hold back. Fast-paced and unapologetic, LG’s rapid-fire verses explode with their fierceness and sincerity. The rhythmic beat juxtaposes the impossibly smooth vocal passages, a rare type of bluntness that’s a welcome slap across the face.

LG grew up in Philadelphia and was brought up under the musical tutelage of her own parents. LG’s mother in particular had a significant impact on defining her music career, writing raps that LG would perform in front of her family and at talent shows as young as four years old. Learning the drums at age six and later the piano, LG’s musical roots run deep and her passion only grew after she began writing her own material:

“At the age of 12 my mother bought me Protools’ Digi Design Box and a [Apple] G5 tower so I could record my own songs. At the point I realized music was what I wanted to do in life on a professional level. I would record sometimes 8 songs a day.”
LG’s mother also taught her the fundamentals of freestyling, showing her how to string words together and the basics of structuring a song. LG’s freestyling prowess landed her significant east coast radio station plays including support from Power99FM, 1039 HipHop (formerly known as “Boom Philly”), and Hot97, and for good reason.

LG’s unrelenting vocals intertwine seamlessly with the powerful beat, demonstrating impressive cognizance regarding just how powerful music can be. Her music soars, yanking the listener to their feet and pushes them to achieve more, to do more with the life they were given. Some tracks are imbued with a quiet urgency, an intensity that holds its listeners accountable for what they do next:

“Music is a great way to get lost in a different world, I think this project isn’t so much about getting lost in the music, but tapping into your passion for what you want and using that to focus on accomplishing the goals you’ve set or the things you aspire to do.”

The music punches, pulls, and spurs the listener to groove along. The dynamic sound battles with a simple yet profound message: get off your ass and move! LG’s music doesn’t waste time, and it expects you to do the same. With an empowering sound and uncontrollable ambition, LG implores you to take on the world with the mindset that every breath, every step is an opportunity to succeed.

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www.instagram.com/lgteamgenius

Sense Offence – Free Speech (OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO) (Video)

“The New Zealand rapper “Sense Offence” strikes in the scene, with his clever “Free Speech”. As its title reveals; it’s a fierce reaction against the destructive system, against a world that wants us to be speechless, silent and unable to use our mind. Words of deep meaning by a real artist.”

-Nagamag.com

This a bar-heavy rap written over a classic boom bap beat about the suppression of free speech (especially for artists) and the political polarization that is driving division and hate between people.

www.senseoffence.com/

Sense Offence is a New Zealand hip-hop artist and genre fluid rapper.

His music covers topics such as mental health, drug addiction, relationship difficulties and suicide, tackling these heavy topics with a brutal realism about their realities balanced with a strong belief that recovery is possible and offering encouragement to anyone battling these demons to keep fighting.

He is an extremely versatile artist often incorporating elements from different genres and a highly technical rapper with a mastery of complex flow patterns, strong delivery, powerful story telling and intricate multi-syllabic rhyme schemes.

www.instagram.com/senseoffence

Matthew Cuban – Ivanna II (Spotify)

“If you keep parallel with modern music, then -ivanna II- sounds very fresh. The sound palette, melody and total energy of Hip-Hop rhythms are combined so harmonious that it causes only one feeling; admiration. Feel the professionalism, creative vein and skill of the composer.”

“Если провести параллель с современной музыкой, то -Ivanna II- звучит очень свежо. Звуковая палитра, мелодия и общая энергетика hip-hop ритмов сочетаются настолько гармонично, что это вызывает лишь одно чувство - восхищение. Чувствуется профессионализм, творческая жилка и мастерство аранжировщика и композитора.”

-Nagamag.com

Sometimes music is the only thing to get you through tough times.

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www.instagram.com/matthewcuban/

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