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Showing posts from June, 2020

Junoflo Links Up with Horim For Groovy Single - "Bloom"

Rapper Junoflo has teamed up with South Korean singer Horim for a new funky track titled "Bloom." The single, produced by Vintage Spaceship, hit streaming sites on June 26. Check it out below.

Seattle Native JaWaan LaRue Drops "King County" Album

Conscious Mind Records rapper JaWaan LaRue is back with his latest project. The Seattle native released his new album "King County" on June 25. The drop follows the release of his single "Nat Turner," featuring Silas Blak on June 8. According to his profile, LaRue was born in Seattle to a single mother in the Holly Park Projects, and growing up, was influenced by West Coast culture and gangster rap music of the ’90s. He moved to Orlando in 2011, where he attended Full Sail University and signed with Orlando based Conscious Mind Records. Check out his new music below. Jawaan Larue's new album "King County" releases on June 25th to the world! We cannot express our gratitude and excitement for this project's release. Many hours of love and dedication went into putting out the very best full length album we could produce. #CMRLIFE — Conscious Mind Inc. (@consciousmindR) June 22, 2020

Jessie Reyez Drops Powerful Message About Colonialism In New Visual - "INTRUDERS"

Singer Jessie Reyez released an animated visual for her song "INTRUDERS" on June 19. The track is from her "Before Love Came To Kill Us" deluxe album, which hit streaming sites in March. In the music video for "INTRUDERS," there's a strong message about colonialism, and Reyez is drawn in animation as a warrior who loves, and fights to protect her land, symbolized as a beautiful giant man. On Instagram she captioned: "Colonialism is in the mitochondria of racism. INTRUDERS." According to Reyez, streaming revenue for "INTRUDERS" will be donated to Colin Kaepernick’s Know Your Rights Camp  for the remainder of the year. Check out the new video below. "I FOUND YOU, CLEARED LAND PUT DOWN MY FLAG THIS IS MINE FROM NOW ON WHEN I SEE INTRUDERS I LOAD UP MY WEAPONS AND FIRE MY CANNONS I WROTE YOUR NAME EVERYWHERE FOR ALL EYES TO SEE YOU’RE BEAUTIFUL BEAUTIFUL I SEE THEM STARE BUT YOU BELONG TO ME" 

Khalil Fong Drops Groovy EP - "Home Sweet Home"

Calling it his quarantine EP, singer Khalil Fong released his 3-track groovy project "Home Sweet Home" on June 19. On Instagram, he says with the new music, he shared his thoughts about "vinyls, cassettes, compact disks, noodles and needing a haircut." Check it out below. View this post on Instagram 3rd song on the EP. Here’s a bts of me laying down the bass. One of my favorite things to do is record bass. You can really get in and enjoy the pocket. However, since I’m not a skilled bassist I’m limited to playing with my thumb in order to get a decent tone. You might need headphones. #HomeSweetHome #bts A post shared by Khalil Fong (@soulboykhalilfong) on Jun 19, 2020 at 4:36am PDT

New Music: Alisha - "Paradise"

South Korean singer Alisha is back with a new single. The artist dropped her latest track "Paradise" on June 20. It follows the release of her single "Forget About Me," with Leellamarz, which hit streaming sites in May. View this post on Instagram new single [Paradise] 💜💫 2020-06-20 12:00 | artwork @dankejune A post shared by Alisha (@cocalisha) on Jun 18, 2020 at 4:50am PDT

New Release: DPR - "ARCHIVES"

Straight from the vault, the Dream Perfect Regime has released its "ARCHIVES" of music from its videos. The compilation project features DPR LIVE, DPR IAN and DPR CREAM. DPR IAN (Christian Yu) posted on Instagram : "This is all the songs ever used in all the videos we have shot in the past ! It’s almost like DPR history ~ we thought we would share these past experiences with you all"

Now Listening To: Lil Baby - "The Bigger Picture"

Rapper Lil Baby has perhaps just dropped the song of 2020. The Atlanta-bred artist released his single "The Bigger Picture" with an official music video on June 12, showing clips of protests and summing up the current Black Lives Matter movement against racism and police brutality. The movement was reignited after the May 25 police death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Floyd's death was caught on camera, as Derek Chauvin, a white police officer, knelt on Floyd's neck for almost nine minutes while Floyd repeatedly said "I can't breathe." Floyd's death followed the March 13 death of EMT Breonna Taylor, who was shot and killed by police in her apartment, while she slept, when officers busted into her home during a no-knock search warrant for narcotics, in Louisville, Kentucky. No drugs were found in the apartment. She was killed less than a month after Ahmaud Arbery, who was hunted down by white men, and shot to death while out for

Now Listening To: Sleepy Hallow - "Sleepy For President"

Brooklyn artist Sleepy Hallow has dropped his latest project. The drill rapper released his 12-track "Sleepy For President" album on June 5, with a visual for the title track "Molly." Check it out below.

H1GHR MUSIC Celebrates 3rd Anniversary After Sik-K, pH-1, Jay Park & HAON drop Remix to Rain's Song "GANG"

After rolling out the remix to South Korean artist Rain's song "GANG," H1GHR MUSIC hours later celebrated its third anniversary. The hip-hop label founded in 2017 by Jay Park and Cha Cha Malone, includes South Korean and American rappers, singers and producers. On Instagram, Park thanked fans for supporting H1GHR MUSIC, and shared a clip of his interview with The Cut from three-years ago about his vision for the new label. H1GHR MUSIC has been a hit almost from the start and members of the label hit the U.S. for a tour about a year after its founding. But it has had some changes, with the departure of at least one of its artists - Seattle rapper Jarv Dee. Despite the loss, the label continues to crank out new music enjoyed by fans, including labelmate collaborations like the popular "iffy" and "GIDDY UP" tracks. The recent remix to "GANG" from H1GHR MUSIC's Sik-K, pH-1, Jay Park and HAON-- hit streaming sites on June 4, with an of

Changmo And Paul Blanco Go "BIPOLAR" in New Collab

Ambition Musik's South Korean rapper Changmo has linked up with Paul Blanco for a slick nine-track project titled - "BIPOLAR." It includes melodic flow and even some R&B. The album hit streaming sites on June 3. It features Uneducated Kid and Hwanhee. Check it out below. View this post on Instagram @changmo_ @paulblancobain CHANGMO & Paul Blanco 의 믹스테잎 앨범 “BIPOLAR" - 어머? 어머? 어머? 어머? 너무 갑작기 발매되어 놀라셨죠? 저도 ... 많이 놀랬습니다. - 1. birthstone 2. SHOOT (Feat. Uneducated Kid) 3. Swoosh Flow * 4. 너를 위해 (Feat. 환희) 5. BEBE 6. COUNTIN MY GUAP 7. Star Ceiling * 8. BIG LOVE * 9. TOUR DAY 5 FREESTYLE - #창모 #CHANGMO #폴블랑코 #PAULBLANCO #덕소덕수 #어머? A post shared by Ambition Musik (@ambition_musik) on Jun 3, 2020 at 8:42pm PDT

Now Listening To: Lucky Daye - "Painted" (Deluxe Edition)

R&B artist Lucky Daye dropped a new Deluxe Edition of his debut album "Painted" on May 29. The original LP hit streaming sites one year ago. The new album includes a reggae remix of "Roll Some Mo," featuring Chronixx and MediSun, as well as his new single - "Shoulda," featuring Babyface. Check it out below.