June 2022 - Sardonic and Naz140 have two different approaches to hip-hop, yet their styles are incredibly complementary, showcasing their great energy and creative chemistry. Recently, these two budding rap talents set out to collaborate on a brand new EP named "Open Doors". This song is a big achievement for the two, and it is a great calling card to describe their work and vision. What makes "Open Doors" stand out is that the EP is very diverse. With each song, Sardonic and Naz140 took the opportunity to try new things and showcase their versatility. As a result, the sound of these tracks is catchy, but also very open-ended and creative, combining the punch and warmth that the audience would expect from the best hip-hop, with the daring mentality and forward-thinking attitude that is most commonly associated with the best alternative music out there. One of the songs, “Pain Away,” kicks off with a somber piano melody, showcasing Sardonic and Naz140’s penchant for more emotional and personal lyrics. The piano is sweet and melodic, while the 808s are big and impactful, creating a very compelling contrast.
“Run It Up” has something special to it. This song might remind the audience of modern-day legends such as XXXTENTACION or Lil Uzi Vert, but with a more personal and direct touch. “Open Doors” is one of the most distinctive tracks on this release, and it is not surprising to see that this actually happens to be the title track itself! The song has a really wonderful flow to it, which brings a bass-heavy, massive beat together with some nocturnal and awe-inspiring melodies in the background. Sardonic and Naz140 brought their best game on this one, so it is not surprising to hear that this is actually the title track of the EP! The song “Split Up” is just as dynamic and memorable, and it has some of the best melodies on the entire release, giving it an emotional vibe as well. Last, but not least, there is also room for “Glass,” an outro that feels like a perfect curtain closer to this EP overall
Flori Da Don releases "Stay Out The Mix", which is a detailed message of how street life is no joke. "Stay Out The Mix" is another way if saying, "stay out of the streets", if you are not prepared to deal with its harsh realities, such as betrayal from loved ones, long jail sentences for drug crime offenses, and more. Flori Da Don briefly describes in third person how he just wants to share his gift with the world and “Stay Out The Mix”.
Ruff Endz, the hip-hop soul duo of David "Davinch" Chance and Dante "Chi" Jordan, formed in Baltimore in the mid-'90s. Named
after the "Ruff" parts of the city, the group came up in West Baltimore originally as part of a quartet. Soon after they broke out on their own as a duo in 1999, they were signed to Epic Records. In that same year Ruff Endz was featured on Martin Lawrence's "Blue Streak" with a song entitled "Please Don't Forget About Me", which was produced by superstar producer Nokio from the platinum group "Dru Hill". They followed up in 2000 with their first album entitled Love Crimes. Their first single, "No More", reached #1 on the R&B/Hip Hop charts and peaked at #5 on the Billboard Hot 100. In 2002, the duo released their second album, Someone To Love You, which peaked in the top 10 on the R&B charts and top 50 on Billboard. The album's first single, "Someone To Love You", went on to spend 11 weeks at #1 on the AC charts and with their second single, "Cash, Money, Cars, Clothes" rounding out the top 50 on Billboard.
They have shared the stage with music industry icons such as Mary J. Blige, R. Kelly, and Christina Aguilera while also featured on CNN, MTV, BET, Top of the Pops (UK), and Much Music (Canada), just to name a few. Their music has been showcased in several feature films including Chris Rock's "Down to Earth", Eddie Murphy's "I Spy", and Ice Cube's "Barber Shop". Their success has grown and crossed US borders to headline their own tours throughout Europe and Japan, building a major international fan base.
After splitting in 2004, the group decided to join forces once again after their hometown of Baltimore erupted into a historical uprising that left their city in flames. With the city in unrest, they were compelled to record their first song entitled "Time 4 Change", which speaks out against injustice for their city and all cities alike. "Time 4 Change" is also the groups tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Ruff Endz was also recently featured on one of Fox TV's latest breakout TV films, "Shots Fired". The song, "Speak to My Heart" aired in episode 7 on March 22, 2017.
Ruff Endz partners with Sono Recording Group and in 2021 the group releases their 5th studio album entitled "REBIRTH " Ruff Endz brings you back to the heart of R&B with their latest single " Congratulations " impacting radio NOW!
Fellon Phelps releases the official music video for his new single "Its Your Life." This is an up-tempo song with positive energy perfect for working out, dancing, or sports. With over 1 million streams on SoundCloud, "Its My Life" is already creating a huge buzz.
Fellon Phelps is an African-American hip hop recording artist from Cleveland, OH. With seven albums and over a dozen singles on Spotify, Phelps has a very strong catalog of hits. His most popular single "Blow" has over 1 million streams on Spotify.
Besides being an artist, Fellon Phelps is also a member of the Naacp active community and has helped over 3,000 people in Cleveland, OH start their own businesses, bankrolling them, teaching them marketing, promotion, and advertising plus cleaning their credit. Phelps has helped them build both business and personal credit to be eligible for home and auto loans to keep life on track.
D-Lo G has come a long way from the release of his leading single, “Things”. After a year filled with dropping singles, videos and a summer tour with 22Gz, D-Lo G presents his first project, “Don’t Forget The G”. The EP, executive produced by Macfly Beatz, showcases a wide repertoire of sounds in 6 songs, ranging from ballad to drill. D-Lo G takes listeners through his journey of ups and downs with this body of work and will be following up with plenty of visuals to support his debut project. Stay tuned for more and enjoy the EP “Don’t Forget The G” by D-Lo G, available on all streaming platforms. Listen here.
East Coast Rapper E-Reign delivers his latest single “Leading Me On”
Long Island, New York, rapper E-Reign began writing raps as a youngster after being influenced by Nas, 2Pac, and LL Cool J; regardless of their career trajectories, they were all born in New York — the city that he consistently holds down.
E-Reign has solidified himself in the industry, and as of late, the public is starting to take notice. To date, he’s performed over 80 shows across the East coast alongside acts like the late drama king DJ Kay Slay and Jae Millz. Additionally, he has earned radio spins, and a feature in The Source Magazine. Currently, he’s preparing to tour overseas and promote his brand globally, as well as release his clothing line, L3.
His new record, “Lead Me On,” is blazing up the web, and already has well over 54k YouTube plays. Full of NYC swag, and bars that show off just how much potential the artist has. Give it a spin — and as always — if you’re feeling it, knock that share button. Also, connect with E-Reign on his website, social media and digital music platforms.
America’s Realest Podcast collaborates with DJ T-Money for surprise mixtape, “Money Picks & Americas Realest Podcast: Pop Up Mixtape”. The collection of songs features artists from June’s music review on America’s Realest Podcast. With a Spotify and YouTube playlist dedicated to the listening session, the mixtape represents the extra steps America’s Realest & DJ T-Money take to support independent artists. Listen to “Money Picks & Americas Realest Podcast: Pop Up Mixtape” on LiveMixtapes, MyMixtapes, Audiomack and MixCloud.
1. D-Lo G Feat. Mori Briscoe - Politics
2. 302Smoove - Good Time
3. Dappafn - On Lock
4. Suave Colione Feat. Lewis Dudley II - Sitcom Love
5.Dj Rootsqueen Feat. C.O.E. Mook - Don't Stop
6. Vish-K - Shrimp Fried Rice
7. Zeeko Major - I Kan't FWY
8. Dredoe - Once Upon A Time
9. Bluzi Feat. Kxng KO - Starz
10. Flash E Williams Feat. Mulah Davinci - Heathen
D-Lo G continues his quest to put ATL drill on the map and brings in NY drill artist, Mori Briscoe, for reinforcement on "Politics”. The record produced by Macfly Beats hosts the artists' boisterous lyrics. Still in the midst of dropping content for his introductory EP,"Don't Forget The G", "Politics" is the first single released since its debut. Watch D-Lo G and Mori Briscoe come together in the official music video and stream"Politics" on any platform. Bookings | Features: email@example.com Follow D-Lo G:
Eric “Mac Pacino” Gordon and Keith “A.K.” Gordon, fraternal twin brothers hailing from East Palo Alto California in the San Francisco Bay Area formed the group Mac & A.K. The two honed their craft while living in Palo Alto, the then noted murder capital of the United States. Eric “Mac Pacino” first started in a group called Black Jack, which released their acclaimed album “Streets 2 Da Grave” on Ichiban Records, before forming Mac & A.K. with his brother. They eventually signed with Tommy Boy Records based in New York, which was handling acts such as Coolio, De La Soul, Naughty By Nature, and House of Pain at the time.
While on Tommy Boy Records, Mac & A.K. released their first EP Westbound: For Riders Only on their imprint Streetlife Records. Despite the record doing well, and them receiving a gold plaque for the song Way 2 Saucy featuring Mac Mall, also from the Bay Area, things did not workout at Tommy Boy, so the group asked to be let out of their contract.
They then launched E&K Music Group and released Money Rhymes as their first release, which featured heavyweights like E-40, Mac Mall, Above The Law, and local legends like Chunk and Neva Legal.
The second release was Hustle Music, which featured The Game, Young Noble from the Outlaws, Chunk, Sean T and other Bay Area Legends. The last album was “Legendary”, which was also well received. Unfortunately, Eric “Mac Pacino” Gordon died in 2013 and A.K. was left to fully run the record label and continue releasing projects on E & K Music Group.
The first release of many was the single “Gasoline”, which is on the forthcoming coming album “Only The Strong Survive”. The project will feature notable artists Planet Asia, King Cydal, JT The Bigga Figga, M-Dash and many more.
If the single “Gasoline” is to be remembered as an exercise in golden-age revivalism of groove-induced banging, the follow-up “Don’t Play With Me” ft. King Cydal and Money $ Mont AKA Mr Fetti prioritizes bringing that style into the here and now.
Fully loaded and lyrically on target, Mac & A.K. is in red-hot form throughout, firing shots like a high-powered artillery gunner. The track is jam-packed with incendiary moments, as the funky bass booming production forms the foundation for a trip back to the glory days of hardcore booth-spitting which is a rarity these days.
“Don’t Play With Me” possess a palpable sense of focus. Unlike so many modern hip-hop tracks, it wastes no time with unnecessary fluff. The song is concise and straight-to-the-point, with no signs of over-indulgence.
In short, it’s the kind of track Mac & A.K. is capable of making with effortless ease. The song’s punchy, head-banging sound should be a reference point for other artists trying to tap into its buoyant infectiousness.
Driven by Mac & A.K.’s fussy perfectionism and the desire to create a singular, mesmerizing listening experience, the end result is an undeniable success. Mac & A.K. , King Cydal and Money $ Mont AKA Mr Fetti shine bright on “Don’t Play With Me” with their vocal performances, and this is also where their unselfconscious approach pays the greatest dividends.
These men have been around the block, and it shows in their flow and smooth rhyme schemes. Across the record, they jumps from hushed to full-ahead and everything in between, rapping like they truly mean every word.
Mac & A.K. and his featured guests, King Cydal and Money $ Mont AKA Mr Fetti have constructed an effort that is a groove-driven rap tour de force. It is totally exhilarating. The sharp, shapeshifting deliveries and the explosive hair-trigger beat propel the track forward from start to finish.
In fact, one of the best characteristics of “Don’t Play With Me” is the production, giving a backdrop that manages to be both smooth and luxurious, yet slapping in the spirit of West Coast rap. Bros around the world are going to be getting loose to this song for months to come.
“Don’t Play With Me” represents one of Mac & A.K.’s most passionate performances, getting an exceptional lift from his features too. The understated swagger Mac & A.K., King Cydal and Money $ Mont AKA Mr Fetti exude on the track is uncanny, portraying a time when rap was all about technique and braggadocio.
It’s a track that makes you believe these artists can literally rap over anything. In the end, Mac & A.K. does what he does best on “Don’t Play With Me” ft. King Cydal and Money $ Mont AKA Mr Fetti – making a fully-fledged hard-hitting banger.
This is not just a simple Music Video, but a full-blown, one-of-its-kind art project
• Hand-made visuals, using different techniques from painting to photography and retrostyle animation create a very unique impression and atmosphere
• Art Direction by Tina Ovalle, a Colombia-born, inimitable Graphic Designer, Animationand Tattoo-Artist who worked for TV-Channels, major global brands, and different other music projects in the past
• Visuals curated and mastered in collaboration with University of Lucerne (Switzerland), one of the world’s top spots for Film, Art and Animation
• Visuals will be released as Music Video – and as Short Film at the same time, dubbed with sounds and effects just like any classic Cartoon would be
• The Short Film will be presented at several prestigious Short Film- and Art-Festivals
throughout Europe in Summer/Autumn 2022
• Paintings and scenes from the video will be shown at an exhibition in Switzerland in June 2022
• Single paintings and pictures from the video will be available as NFTs for fans and collectors, creating a separate revenue stream for both band/producer and vocal artist
I’m an up and coming artist and native from Mobile Alabama, I’m all around entertainer. Music is my passion acting is a part of it.
I’ve open up for many mainstream artists; such as the Migos, Yo Gotti, Young Dro, Rich Homie Quan, and Doe B (R.I.P) I’m a very versatile artist that believes in balancing my craft. If it ain’t got substance with truth it ain’t me. A lot of my music deep because of what I been through and the people around me as well. I’m the voice of the voiceless, a product of my environment, a young cat with an old soul and a messenger of the streets. With my music you can agree or disagree but one thing for sure you gonna relate to me if you real. I come from poverty but I’ll leave in wealth cause my drive and hustle to succeed is different than the next man. When you see grandma washing yo clothes in a sink and hers in a tub that push to succeed hit a lil different. My goal is to be greater than my expectations while being in my own lane because I’m not in competition with no one but myself. I’m my biggest critic second to my family. Before I leave I wanna set a mark that’s almost impossible to conquer, but possible to achieve, because being Gamble The Great is having ya faith tested and being put in the worst situation and overcoming any and every obstacle put in front of you. Believing in ya self when everyone else is in doubt of your journey to achieve whatever they feel is impossible for you to do. Last but not least being the last one standing when everyone else fail to realize that you’re not average, nor just good, but greater than, and that’s me, “Gamble The Great”.