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Nymrod Releases ‘Educated Music’ EP

NY’s own vetted artist Nymrod releases his latest project ‘Educated Music.’ The 9-track EP features Durgaveli, H.E.R., Misch, Mellow, and Citi The King Debanaire. As per the title, Nymrod delivers a lyrical guidebook on love, life, and success over a kaleidoscope of R&B blends, soul, striking basslines, and classic Hip Hop cadences.

Although it’s difficult to pinpoint a favorite off the EP, there are some stand out tracks including “The Worst” featuring Durgaveli. The duo embodies the ups and downs of relationships, lack of communication, and inevitably the debate of will love conquer all. The chemistry between Nymrod and Durgaveli is incomparable with unmasked, raw emotion. Through striking wordplay, they express their pain that once derived from bliss.

“Love in Sections” features Misch and is a soulful, charismatic track with a chill vibe, yet rousing enough to head onto the dancefloor. Nymrod’s infections lyrics along with Misch’s enticing vocals convey a seductive bliss, one that seems to be missing in some of today’s music.

“Take You There” which features Mellow and H.E.R. takes listeners through an erotic journey, classy in deliverance with the perfect blend of classic and contemporary R&B. Nymrod’s captivating lyrics are sure to stimulate the senses, so ladies pour the wine and fellows light the cigars…  

Stream ‘Educated Music’ the EP and connect with Nymrod below.

Educated Music Mixtape by Nymrod (datpiff.com)

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Uncle Murda Rap Up 2020

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Uncle Murda drops Rap Up 2020
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“The Moment everybody been waiting 4
Rap Up 2020 Out Now Link in my bio
You know the vibes
@greatjohnmusic on the beat by the way
Don’t Come Outside Vol3 available on all streaming platforms run them numbers up  “
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Uncle Murda returned on New Year’s Day with his annual “Rap Up 2020” putting the year’s happenings in perspective. The New York rap veteran recaps a tumultuous 2020 by giving his thoughts on a myriad of topics including the losses of NBA icon Kobe Bryant, Black Panther actor Chadwick Boseman, Pop Smoke, King Von and Mo3.
“I’m a fear heavenly father but this time I’m booing you/What did Kobe, Gigi and them other passengers do to you,” he raps about the fatal January helicopter crash that killed the NBA icon, his daughter and seven others before lamenting Pop’s death. “The good die young it really wasn’t his time/him being dead, Tekashi still living is a crime.”

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When the COVID-19 vaccine becomes readily available to all citizens, Murda won’t be getting in line to take it. He then questions if the virus was built in a lab and if Donald Trump’s reported positive test for the coronavirus was a hoax.

“Is it real, is it fake? I don’t know, I know shit’s sad/People dying from shit they been had/They said Trump had it but I think he was faking it/They got a vaccine now but I still ain’t taking it/We all saw that nurse who passed from that shit/Live on TV miss me with that funny shit/I don’t trust the government they chasing that fucking bag/Whole coronavirus feel like a money grab,” he raps.

Throughout the 14-minute diatribe, Murda also touches on Megan Thee Stallion’s shooting, Rowdy Rebel’s release from prison, George Floyd’s murder, Irv Gotti saying he had sex with Ashanti, Jeremih’s coronavirus battle, Jada and Will Smith’s entanglement, his beef with Casanova, why he’ll miss Donald Trump, Gucci Mane and Jeezy’s Verzuz and Funk Flex getting liposuction.

The staggering track serves as the opener for his Don’t Come Outside, Vol. 3 project, which also dropped on Friday (January 1). Murda claims this is going to be the last of his year-end “Rap Up” series. Stream the project now!

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Rhymrcka Enters “The Matrix” (Video)

Controversy At It’s Finest…Rhymrcka Releases Self-Produced “The Matrix” Single & Video

“The Matrix” is a must-see and listen…banned by IG and other platforms for it’s harsh, in your face truths about the current state of America and the world, Rhymrcka holds no punches to deliver gripping images along with cutthroat, honest bars.

Far beyond a gritty, NY street tale, The Matrix embodies the current genocides impacting our people, our brothers and sisters, and our communities. The chilling images of violence, riots, and ignorance spewing from #45 along with Rhymrcka’s aggressively driven bars are sure to raise neck hairs.

The production provides a kaleidoscope of hard bass and drums that heighten the raw emotions swarming in “The Matrix.” 

Ronald “Bee-Stinger” Savage Shares Hip Hop Movement History

Hip Hop pioneer Ronald “Bee-Stinger” Savage shares jewels and gems on the history of The Hip Hop Movement. “As the son of the movement, I firmly believe The Hip Hop Movement resides as law and order of Hip Hop.”

“Bee-Stinger, better known as “The Son of The Hip Hop Movement” (given to him by the legendary Busy Bee) was part of the younger generation in crowds in awe of the founding forefathers of Hip Hop. He recalls Busy Bee enlightening his mind, “you are all sons and daughters of Hip Hop culture.”

Here is some history that often is not noted in Hip Hop culture. DJ’s like Grandmaster Flowers and Pete DJ Jones were one of the first DJ’s in the clubs that people knew of who were spinning disco, then Hank Span from WWRL came along showing off his wordplay live on the radio. This inspired DJ’s to add hype on the mic like DJ Hollywood at Studio 54 & The Garage. Disco King Mario of the Black Spades (first division) from Bronxdale projects, created one of the early venues to play Hip Hop at P.S. 123 in the Bronx and was DJing outside in the parks. He is also credited as DJ to Chief Rocker Busy Bee (1st solo emcee to rap on the mic in the realm of Hip Hop). The Hip Hop Movement also recognizes the true first ladies of Hip-Hop including Sha Rock, Lisa Lee, and Debbie Dee. In 1982 Melle Mel changed the game in Hip Hop with his recording of the song “The Message” which became an instant classic and one of the first glimmers of conscious Hip Hop.  During the golden age of rap in the 90’s Public Enemy blasted on the scene and gave the Hip Hop Movement the legs to stand on…

In 1990, also while working with the rap group Snap!, Ronald “Bee-Stinger” Savage a former member of the Zulu Nation is credited for carving the term “Six Elements of the Hip Hop Movement” as inspired by Public Enemy’s recordings. The “Six Elements of The Hip Hop Movement” are Consciousness Awareness, Civil Rights Awareness, Activism Awareness, Justice, Political Awareness, and Community Awareness in music…

Ronald “Bee-Stinger” Savage went on to develop The Hip Hop Movement’s foundation in late 2016. His efforts were not unnoticed, in fact, the movement and brand became a major staple in Hip Hop culture as well as a registered service mark. The movement connects R&B, Civil Rights Movement, and Hip Hop culture into one brand, “Hip is the culture and Hop is the movement.”

Today, The Hip Hop Movement is the backbone of Hip Hop as it addresses persistent societal issues. Its mission is to provide a platform for emcees to share their conscious music that exudes substance and positive messages for our youth and communities, messages that strive for encouragement and empowerment. “Artists and Hip Hop enthusiasts head over to The Hip Hop Movement’s streaming channel on ROKU TV and submit your music now.”

Connect with Ronald “Bee-Stinger” Savage

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Hon. Ronald Savage, Former Member of the New York State Democratic Committee & a Civil Rights Advocate, Owner of the Hip Hop Movement

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Owner of the Hip Hop Movement Servicemark

Hip Hop Movement (R)

Hip Hop Movement Steaming Channel on ROKU TV

www.hiphopmovement.us  

Hip is the Culture Hop is the Movement

www.ronaldsavage.com

Lil Josiey “Sunset Shawty” Single

18-year-old Lil Josiey releases a new single titled “Sunset Shawty.” The New-York based artist carries his heart on his sleeve, and through his music, it’s evident he’s on a mission to find true love.

The infectious guitar strumming and acoustic vocals heighten Josiey’s raw emotions while he treads a thin tightrope, broken and bruised. However, through it all, he is determined to come back on top and won’t miss out on the next ‘sunset shawty’.

Stream “Sunset Shawty” and connect with Lil Josiey below.

https://www.instagram.com/liljosiey/?hl=en

https://mobile.twitter.com/liljosiey

https://m.facebook.com/liljosiey/ 

https://m.youtube.com/channel/UC3tkQT-NESASdo9F-Eh3aNQ

Fantom of the Beat “Look Out Boy” Video Ft. Rhymrcka

2x Grammy-nominated Haas G (of The UMC’s) aka Fantom of the Beat and Rhymrcka exude incomparable producer/emcee chemistry in “Look Out Boy.” The single/video takes the lead off Fantom’s “Audiodrome” album, available everywhere music is sold.

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Fantom of the Beat presents “Audiodrome” the album on Spotify and Apple Music

Fantom weaves together an intense blend of melodic soul, aggressive bass, and piercing drums as a canvas for Rhymrcka to flow over. The ‘look out’ theme is reiterated throughout the record by Rhymrcka’s cutthroat lyrics and punchlines.

Not new to the game, the streets, or life; this duo lead with transparent footsteps and eyes wide open. They’re able to shine in the day and move in darkness simply because they’re immune to haters and the snake-like venom they spew. Fantom and Rhymrcka are ahead of the ops, unloyal dime pieces, crews with hidden agendas, and even envious family members.

“Look Out Boy” is a simple message delivered NY style, leaving traces of armor, concrete chalk, and dusted flames behind.  Watch “Look Out Boy” and connect with NY’s notorious duo below.

Connect With Fantom of the Beat & Rhymrcka


Fantom of the Beat:
https://twitter.com/FantomoftheBeat 
https://www.instagram.com/fantom_of_the_beat/?hl=en%C2%A0%C2%A0
Rhymrcka:
https://twitter.com/rhymrcka
https://www.instagram.com/rhymrcka/?hl=en

TooBusy Ft. Billy Danze (M.O.P.) “Married To The Blues” Single/Video

TooBusy enlists Billy Danze (M.O.P.) for “Married to the Blues” single/video. As of late, Danze has been leading a mission to bridge the generational gap in Hip-Hop, which is evident throughout the track. The respected OG is recognized as the bad mother*cker he is, who paved lanes and gave everything to the game. Now he’s leading future generations of lyrical warriors down his signature, yet evolved lane.

“Married To The Blues” on Apple Music and Spotify 

Soulful, jazzy undertones from the sax weave through knocking bass to heighten the incomparable wordplay spewed from Danze. This is a tough record sure to have ageless Hip-Hop heads stuck on repeat.

Danielle Black Isn’t “Finished?” -Video

 

Danielle Black’s Bars, Vocals, & Visuals Dominate Indie Charts In “Finished?”

Sultry singer, songwriter, rapper, and actress Danielle Black releases electrifying, in your face visuals for “Finished?.” With her fierce and intense dominating being, Black addresses ‘Jadas’ (jealous haters) who blame her for their steady downfall. Her deliverance of slick lyrics and strong vocals are just a teaser attesting to her continual wins in the industry. Whether she’s spitting bars or singing, Black is the complete package Rah Rah Rah-ing all the way to the top while the others are Nah Nah Nah-ing on the sidelines.

The video depicts Black’s versatility as an artist, a woman, as well as an unbreakable pillar. Black coupling with a sleek snake throughout the video symbolizes her re-birth with no elbow room to deter her growth. Watch “Finished?” and connect with Danielle Black below.

Instagram @danielleblacktheguardian | Twitter @msblackmusic| YouTube | Web

Producer Amadeus360 Ignites Charts With “A Serious Problem” Ft. M.O.P & Teflon

It takes a dominating force with animalistic instincts to run through the boroughs with vigorous, lyrical gods as M.O.P and Teflon. With a lengthy and celebrated catalog under his belt, producer Amadeus360 fits the bill!

Amadeus360 lays down an impeccable, yet gritty blueprint and enlists NY’s infamous firing squad. The combination of concrete trembling bass and pulsating tones heightens the aggressive bars. His use of intermittent cuts and scratches sends listeners into a Hip Hop induced adrenaline rush, leaving the track on repeat!  Stream “A Serious Problem” and connect with Amadeus360 on Instagram and Twitter.

About Amadeus360

Devan Amadeus Clark is a 10-year beatmaker/production vet. He is celebrated as a former DJ in NYC and surrounding areas at The Tunnel, SOBs, Fat Beats, The Shadow, and many other distinguished venues. Amadeus spun records live for Lin Q and MC Lyte, and carries production credits to Jahrell Tha Starchild, The Brotherhood From the UK, and recently M.O.P and DV Alias Khyrst.