Hiphop

  • Royal Ruckus: “These Things Remind” – a hard emotional impact!

    Royal Ruckus was established in Bakersfield, California by a couple of high school kids. A number of releases, a record deal, and countless performances later, and they re-emerged in February 2017. Their latest endeavor is ‘The Summer of the Cicadas’, a double album distributed by indie label, Invisible Library,...
  • Tisabel: “GENRE HOPPING” is simply the real thing!

    Longtime Musical director and vocalist Tony Isabel aka Tisabel boasts an unprecedented skill set. He writes, arranges, sings, plays, and performs. He busts taboos, flashes unstoppable ambition, blends genres together like paint. Soulful ballads and funky grooves, ambient new age soundscapes, Hip-hop fantasy, and divine EDM devotion. For these...
  • Lette: “Pain” [Prod. by Brent] – a one-of-a-kind style!

    Tracie Weaver, AKA Lette, was born and raised on the Westside of Atlanta and always dreamed of becoming a rapper, singer, and songwriter. She attended Southern Polytechnic State University for Computer Engineering, but life circumstances took a toll on her success, and she ended up in the army. She...
  • Miles Casella: “Hey Fine” is in a class of its own

    I tend to listen a lot of albums by artists who produce or co-produce their own tracks because I figure only they know exactly how they want to sound. Miles Casella is one such artist, who co-produced the album “The Sidewalk Flower” with Ben Bryan, and knows exactly how he wants...
  • PG Nava: “Mula” comes up aces!

    PG Nava was born in 1997, and spent his childhood years in inner-city Chicago. His early experiences were shaped by living with a single mother in an ultra-urban setting, where he witnessed episodes of gang-related violence, which eventually persuaded his mother and himself to move. Drawn to many different...
  • Prince Black: “Never Even Know (What’s The Word)” – his candidness is matched only by his skill!

    Ladies and gentlemen, Prince Black is back and his in prime form on “Never Even Know (What’s The Word)”. A couple of months back Prince threw us a boom bap based number, which packaged a smooth jazzy beat with some personal lyrics. This time around he comes at us...
  • Book T: “Exit 300” – a balance between cohesion and variation

    Born and raised in Raleigh, North Carolina, Thomas “Book T” Jones is a married father of two children. The well-educated artist who earned a Bachelor’s Degree from UNC-Pembroke and a Master’s Degree from Full Sail University, has been putting out mixtapes and singles since 2011, and most recently released...
  • Jaye Gems: “Here I Am” – lush and flashy production

    Born and raised in Brooklyn and Queens, NY, Jaye Gems has performed all over the New York and Jersey City. He has written for, and worked with major artists, A&R executives, producers such as Junior Johnson, Frankie Metalz, Punch, Hero Gawd, and CitoOnTheBeat, as well as being signed to...
  • Grey Smith goes deep into the recesses of his mind

    Grey Smith solidified his sound and his soul, engraving it in stone with the first track, “Fear”, taken off his upcoming project, the “Ghost Notes” album. Grey, who wrote, played, sang and engineered every piece of the record is fundraising the entire project via to finance the mixing and...