Tyga - Ayy Macarena

Tyga – Ayy Macarena

 

Tyga - Ayy Macarena

Tyga – Ayy Macarena

 

Artist Name:  Tyga

 

Song Title:  Ayy Macarena

 

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Directed by Tyga x Psycho Films

EP: Sam Canter, Christian Sutton

Producer: Geenah Krisht

DP: Tyler Weinberger

Prod. Designer: Taylor Almodovar

Editors: Colton Toy & Tori Schachne

VFX: Andrew Finch, Warm & Fuzzy, Max Goodrich, Justin Johnson

 

Tyga is back again with another entertaining music video for the song entitled ‘Ayy Macarena.’

 

Tyga is getting stronger day by day with the release of high-class music videos.

 

The recent video is an eye-catching one while his delivery of words is great.

 

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With a rangy set of friends from Fall Out Boy to Lil Wayne, it was clear from the start that Tyga was not your everyday rapper from Compton.

 

After recording a mixtape and promoting it around the city, Tyga ran into his cousin, Gym Class Heroes member Travis McCoy, in the Flight Club L.A. sneaker shop. Their conversation went from shoes to rappers, and as Travis’ group went from unknowns to MTV stars, he would always remember that talk and his cousin’s unique style.

 

Travis signed Tyga to his Bad Squad label and then invited him along when the punk-pop group Fall Out Boy came calling. Travis and Tyga would appear on the remix to Fall Out Boy’s “Arms Race,” which also featured Kanye West, Paul Wall, Skinhead Rob, Lupe Fiasco, and Lil Wayne. When the remix became a hit, Tyga found himself performing the track on MTV’s Video Music Awards in 2007.

 

He soon entered the studio to do some guest shots for his new friend Lil Wayne before shifting the focus to his solo career.

 

His first single became the hooky “Coconut Juice,” a S*A*M & Sluggo production that borrowed a bit of Harry Nilsson’s hit “Coconut.” As the club track was climbing the charts in the spring of 2008, Tyga was hard at work on his debut album, No Introduction, which was officially released that June.

 

He returned in 2012 with Careless World, an album that featured Game, Snoop Dogg, and Drake among its guests. Lil Wayne, Chris Brown, Rick Ross, and 2 Chainz landed on his 2013 effort, Hotel California — his second straight Top Ten album.

 

Among his many guest verses were a pair of hit collaborations with Chris Brown, namely “Deuces” and “Loyal.” The two opted to take their success to another level with Fan of a Fan: The Album, issued in 2015.

 

Later in the year, Tyga followed up with his fourth proper album, The Gold Album: 18th Dynasty, as well as the mixtape Fuk What They Talkin Bout. Another tape, Rawwest Nigga Alive, arrived in 2016. The effort featured appearances by Goapele, Chris Brown, Rick Ross, and 2 Chainz. At the end of the year, Tyga signed to Kanye West’s G.O.O.D. Music imprint.

 

In 2017, he released a series of high-profile collaborative singles, including “Feel Me” with Kanye West, “Act Ghetto” with Lil Wayne, and “100’s” with Chief Keef and A.E. His fifth official album, BitchI’mTheShit2 (the sequel to a 2011 mixtape), appeared in July, containing the singles featuring West and Keef as well as additional features by Vince Staples, Young Thug, Pusha T, and others.

 

Tyga’s prolific run continued a few months later with the Bugatti Raww mixtape, followed in early 2018 by his sixth album, Kyoto. While the album failed to make a splash, Tyga scored a hit that summer with standalone single, “Taste,” featuring Migos’ Offset. The slinky track broke into the Top 10 of the Hot 100, one of his highest showings to date.

 

In 2019, he issued the quick follow-up Legendary, a typically horny set that recruited guests Lil Wayne, Blueface, J Balvin, Bazzi, Chris Brown, and many more.

~ David Jeffries, Rovi

 

Kierra Luv - Don't I

Kierra Luv – Don’t I

 

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Kierra Luv – Don’t I

 

Artist Name:  Kierra Luv

 

Song Title:  Don’t I

 

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Kierra Luv brings to light a brand-new music video for the song entitled ‘Don’t I.’

 

Kierra is one of the finest female rappers with rap skills.

 

Her delivery of words is excellent while her performance is impressive.

 

The music video is noteworthy as she tickles with her performance.

 

Kierra is no doubt an aspiring icon to reckon with in the rap game.

 

She is a very good rapper

 

 

 

Hans Inglish - Nobody But Me

Hans Inglish – Nobody But Me

 

Hans Inglish - Nobody But Me

Hans Inglish – Nobody But Me

 

Artist Name:  Hans Inglish

 

Song Title:  Nobody But Me

 

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CGI/Animation by Marquis Shepard for Herd Media – @herd_media

 

Produced by Davenport and Spencer (Aaron Spencer/Jason Linton)

 

Additional Vocals by Drake Murphy – @drakemurphyofficial

 

Recorded/Mixed/Written by Hans Inglish

 

Mastered by Michael Fossenkemper @ TurtleTone Studios

 

Creative Direction by Kim Ly/Hans Inglish/Aaron Spencer

 

Hans Inglish brings to light an incredible music video for the song entitled ‘Nobody But Me.’

 

From his home in Harlem, New York City, music artist Hans Inglish continuously blurs the lines between pop and hip-hop.

 

With powerful upbeat melodies, layered in bittersweet undertones, his new single and music video, “Nobody But Me,” was premiered at Gigantic Studios in New York City to an overwhelmingly positive reception.

 

This space-themed anthem alludes to his own journey into the void of self-reflection, encourages positive self-discovery, and promotes finding peace in a chaotic universe.

 

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Tyla Yaweh - Who Shot Johnny

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Tyla Yaweh - Who Shot Johnny?

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Artist Name: Tyla Yaweh

 

Song Title: Who Shot Johnny?

 

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Rising singer and genre-defying star Tyla Yaweh uncovers the personal and emotionally charged music video for “Who Shot Johnny?”

 

It stands out as the latest release from his acclaimed debut project, Heart Full Of Rage [London Entertainment/ Epic Records/ Black Butter Records].

 

Directed by Arrad [Tyga, A$AP Rocky, Ty Dolla $ign], the visual depicts the horrors of gun violence and flaws in the justice system with no holds barred.

 

Set and shot in his native Orlando, Florida, the video intercuts scenes of a trap house with a mother mourning her gunned-down son on the streets. These images hit especially hard when paired with lines such as “Twelve beating on the door looking for some witnesses. Ain’t nobody tell ’em shit ’cause they know what the business is.”

 

The song itself is evocative of his ability to fuse hard-hitting subject matter and magnetically massive melodies.

 

About “Who Shot Johnny?”, Tyla said, “‘Who Shot Johnny?’ represents a major part of my journey and story. It’s also a dope ass song for the hood. ‘Johnny’ represents the n***** in the neighbourhoods across America. I didn’t wanna sugar coat any of these stories…”

 

In his vision, “Johnny” represents those lost too soon to gun violence in disenfranchised communities, commenting on the stories that go unreported each and every day.

 

He gives the problem a name and a face and makes a bold statement in the process.

 

Already, the track has impressively amassed over four million streams across platforms. Meanwhile, the total stream tally on Heart Full of Rage exceeds seventy million-plus streams.

 

After concluding two arena tours across Europe and Australia alongside Post Malone (in addition to Jaden Smith in Australia) and appearing in high-profile festival lineups from Bonnaroo to Lollapalooza and the iconic Reading and Leeds, Tyla Yaweh once again takes his high-energy live show on the road as support on The Runaway Tour, rounding a bill headlined by Post and including Swae Lee. It kicks off at Tacoma Dome in Tacoma, Washington on September 14, plays stages across North America for two months, and wraps with a two night run at the Forum in Los Angeles on November 20 and 21.

 

Right now, Tyla Yaweh is putting the finishing touches on a new collection of music, set for release soon. Get ready for him to rise to the top on his own terms in 2019 and beyond.

 

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Drake + Rick Ross - Money In The Grave

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Drake + Rick Ross - Money In The Grave

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Artist Name: Drake + Rick Ross

 

Song Title: Money In The Grave

 

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Drake releases a video to the song entitled “Money in the Grave” featuring Rick Ross.

The video is one of a kind while the audience will enjoy the delivery of words by these two rap masters.

 

These two brilliant rappers are no strangers when it comes to teaming up to drop hit rap songs.

 

“Money in the Grave” for sure is another hit.

 

Drake

Canadian rapper and vocalist Drake sustained a high-level commercial presence shortly after he hit the scene in 2006, whether with his own chart-topping releases or a long string of guest appearances on hits by the likes of Lil Wayne, Rihanna, and A$AP Rocky.

 

Thanks to his introspective rap style, his sensitive R&B crooning, and his gold-touch songwriting, each one of his albums — from 2011’s Take Care to 2018’s Scorpion — topped charts worldwide, and his singles, like the Grammy-winning “Hotline Bling,” and many mixtapes did as well.

 

As his star rose, he helped others along, sponsoring the Weeknd’s early work, starting the OVO Sound label, and giving features on his records to up-and-coming acts.

 

By the second decade of his career, Drake’s constant chart domination, his Grammy wins and nominations, and his meme-worthy cultural presence made him one of the world’s most popular musicians.

 

Known initially for his role as Jimmy Brooks on Degrassi: The Next Generation, the Toronto-born Aubrey Drake Graham stepped out as a rapper and singer with pop appeal in 2006, when he initiated a series of mixtapes – A year later, despite being unsigned, he scored major exposure when his cocky and laid-back track “Replacement Girl,” featuring Trey Songz, was featured on BET’s 106 & Park program as its “Joint of the Day.”

 

He raised his profile throughout the next several months by popping up on countless mixtapes and remixes, and as rumours swirled about contract offers from labels, he gradually became one of the most talked-about artists in the industry.

 

It did not hurt that he had support from the likes of Kanye West, Jay-Z, and Lil Wayne.

By the end of June 2009, “Best I Ever Had,” a promotional single, had climbed to number two on Billboard’s Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.

 

After a fierce bidding war, Drake signed with Universal Motown in late summer and released an EP (So Far Gone) made up of songs from his popular So Far Gone mixtape. It peaked at number six on the U.S. Billboard 200 chart and won a 2010 Juno Award for Rap Recording of the Year. Thank Me Later, a full length featuring collaborations with the Kings of Leon, the-Dream, Jay-Z, Kanye West, and Lil Wayne, was issued through Young Money in June 2010. It debuted at number one on the U.S. Billboard 200 chart and was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America.

 

Still, the artist felt his debut was rushed, so its follow-up arrived in November 2015 with the title Take Care, referencing the increased time and effort put into the album’s creation. Receiving critical acclaim, Grammy Awards, and the number one slot on the U.S. Billboard 200, Take Care cemented Drake’s place as one of Canada’s biggest exports.

 

While on tour in 2012, Drake announced that he had started work on what would be his third studio album; Nothing Was the Same was released the following September. It spawned many singles, topped charts around the world, was shortlisted for the Polaris Music Prize, and was nominated for a Best Rap Album Grammy Award. Soon after the album’s release, Drake hit the road on an extended tour, took part in some collaborations, and released a few singles, including the Grammy-nominated “0 to 100/The Catch Up.”

 

His next release was planned as a free mixtape before Cash Money decided they would rather charge for it. The decidedly downbeat If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late was released in February 2015 and debuted at number one, while all 17 of its songs entered the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.

 

In late summer 2015, he dropped a trio of new tracks on his SoundCloud page. One of them, the Timmy Thomas-sampling “Hotline Bling,” became a Top Five pop hit in Canada and the U.S. and something of a cultural phenomenon.

 

Later that year, Drake hit the studio with Future for a six-day session that yielded the mixtape What a Time to Be Alive. Upon the album’s September release, it became Drake’s second recording of the year to debut at number one.

 

After dropping three singles in the beginning months of 2016, Drake’s fourth album, Views, was released in April and debuted at number one. It revolved lyrically around his hometown of Toronto and featured production by longtime cohorts Noah “40” Shebib and Boi-1da, among others. Late that year, Drake issued another trio of singles, including the chart-topping “Fake Love.” They preceded the playlist More Life, released the following March with appearances from Kanye West, Quavo, Travis Scott, and Young Thug. The release became his seventh consecutive chart-topping album.

 

At the start of 2018, Drake issued the two-song EP Scary Hours. Both “Diplomatic Immunity” and “God’s Plan” hit the Top Ten, the latter becoming his second solo chart-topper. It served as a precursor to his fifth album, the two-disc set Scorpion, which was broken into a rap side and an R&B side that featured the hit single “Nice for What.” It was released in June and instantly went platinum, while also breaking records for most streams in a single day. At the 61st Grammy Awards, Drake took home the prize for Best Rap Song for “God’s Plan.”

 

In 2019, Drake raided the vaults for two archival releases, an official streaming release of his 2009 mixtape So Far Gone and the 17-track collection Care Package, which rounded up tracks that were leaked, discarded, or used as teasers for upcoming albums. The songs dated back to the Take Care era and the set was released in August, just as Drake was on a worldwide tour. ~ Andy Kellman, Rovi

 

Rick Ross

Tattooed with pictures of AK-47s, Miami’s six-foot, 300-pound rap figure known as Rick Ross embraced his city’s reputation for drug trafficking on his debut single, “Hustlin’,” in 2006.

 

While Atlanta and Houston’s artists were establishing their cities as Southern strongholds, Ross aimed at putting Miami back in rap’s national spotlight.

 

Ross, real name William Roberts, grew up in Carol City, Florida, an impoverished northern suburb of Miami.

 

Influenced by artists like Luther Campbell and the Notorious B.I.G., Roberts formed local rap group the Carol City Cartel and began rapping in the mid-’90s. (He took his rap name from Los Angeles drug kingpin “Freeway” Rick Ross, who ran one of the largest crack cocaine distribution networks in the country during the ’80s and early ’90s.)

 

Ross had a brief stint on Suave House Records, former label of Eightball & MJG before he ended up on Miami-based Slip ‘N’ Slide Records, the label home of Trick Daddy and Trina.

 

During the early to mid-2000s, he became popular and well-known locally through touring with Trick Daddy and appearing as a guest on a few Slip ‘N’ Slide releases but didn’t release any solo material until 2006.

 

Once “Hustlin'” caught the ear of a few executives within the national industry, a bidding war ensued that included offers from Bad Boy CEO Sean “Diddy” Combs and The Inc (formerly Murder Inc) president Irv Gotti. Nonetheless, Def Jam president and veteran rapper Jay-Z signed Ross to a multi-million-dollar deal.

 

The Miami anthem “Hustlin'” went on to receive gold status from the RIAA in May 2006 and sold over a million ringtone units before the physical release of his debut album, Port of Miami. Released on August 2006, Ross’ debut was Slip ‘N’ Slide’s first project under the Def Jam partnership, and it went to number one on the Billboard album chart.

 

His follow-up, Trilla, was released the following year, prefaced with the Cool & Dre-produced title track.

 

Early 2009 saw the release of Deeper Than Rap, an album greeted with numerous positive reviews in the hip-hop press.

 

In early 2010 he released the Teflon Don album featuring the hit single “B.M.F. (Blowin’ Money Fast).” The star-studded God Forgives, I Don’t followed in 2012, with guest shots from Jay-Z and Mary J. Blige.

 

At the start of 2013, he announced details of his sixth studio album. He enlisted the help of Scott Storch and DJ Khaled as executive producers and released the pre-album single “No Games” featuring Future. The album, titled Mastermind, landed in March of 2014 with the simultaneous release of the single “War Ready” featuring Young Jeezy. Just six months later, Ross announced that he would be releasing his seventh studio album, Hood Billionaire, toward the end of 2014. The album arrived in November of that year and was preceded by the singles “Elvis Presley Blvd.” and “Keep Doin’ That (Rich Bitch).”

 

In 2015, he dropped Black Dollar, a high-profile official mixtape that featured production from J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League and Jake One. The mixtape previewed that year’s official album, Black Market, which landed late in the year, along with the accompanying single “Sorry” featuring Chris Brown. Future, Mary J. Blige, and Nas also made guest appearances on the LP.

 

In 2016, Ross appeared with electronic producer Skrillex on the Suicide Squad film soundtrack cut “Purple Lamborghini,” which went on to receive a Grammy nomination for Best Song Written for Visual Media. The Maybach don returned the following year with his ninth set, Rather You Than Me, which featured lead singles “Buy Back the Block” with 2 Chainz and Gucci Mane, and “I Think She Like Me” with Ty Dolla $ign. The album peaked in the Top Three of the Billboard 200 and Top R&B/Hip-Hop charts. Early the next year, he issued the single “Florida Boy” with T-Pain and Kodak Black.

~ Cyril Cordor, Rovi

 

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IMC – Rancier

IMC – Rancier

 

IMC – Rancier

IMC – Rancier

 

ARTIST NAME: IMC

 

SONG TITLE: Rancier

 

ALBUM TITLE: Motiv3

 

RELEASE DATE: August 15, 2019

 

GENRE: Hip-Hop

 

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Born in San Antonio Texas, IMC has spent the last eleven years crafting his sound and skills and finally has decided that it’s time to share his talent with the world.

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State your history.

I love music and I picked up production at 13 and over the years I’ve made albums after albums I kept to myself. Some of my works have been used by rappers like Token but after a long dry spell, I decided to release my work as I make it.

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Describe yourself as an artist.

I’m a versatile musician that produces, raps, sings, plays several instruments, engineers, and basically runs all ends for himself.

 

What I intend is to bring back, at least for myself, vibe music in the midst of a sea of artists that have similar sounds, stories, and bars. I don’t have hate for anyone I’d just rather hear things similar to the sounds and styles that I personally make. And hopefully, it’s dope enough for others to get in on the vibe as well.

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Tell us the genre of your music.

Hip hop mostly but I crossover with several genres, i.e. down-tempo, EDM trap, afro-beats, and hopefully I can do some reggaeton and Dembow in the future because there are some dope works and sounds there.

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Tell us the story behind your song.

‘Rancier’ is the name of a street in Killeen and I’m basically retelling a story in a cryptic manner of a time when I spent the night at this girl’s house and I left in the morning without a car only to end up in the thick of the hood of Killeen, Texas. It’s less of a story but more of sentiment on how I viewed life in the hood growing up versus being grown and seeing it again.

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Tell us the problems you are facing as a musician/artist.

My biggest problem currently is in a world full of trap artists and people stanning them, I face difficulty getting people to work with me just because what these artists like to make doesn’t necessarily coincide with my style of music – Which is fine honestly I’ll do it by myself but altogether it does get frustrating, especially when you’re trying to network and gain recognition for your work.

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Discuss the recording and production of the song.

‘Rancier’ was pretty much recorded and produced in my bedroom, the same as my other works since I’ve started making music. I really just make it from scratch and knocked it out in about two hours recording and all.

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Elaborate on your music career, experience, and future goals.

I honestly would love to become a mainstream artist and have the resources to expand my sonic vision but as it stands currently I’m just happy making the best music I can for the people that surround me and believe in me.

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Brief us what inspires you to write, compose and sing/rap.

What inspires me is my insane life, I’ve had so many adventures in such wild and weird places, I just want to keep having these unique experiences and grow so I can give the people more music that can’t be replicated.

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Brief us the top-secret behind making a hit song.

There is none at this point aside from dope lyrics and an insane beat.

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Tell the advice you will give to an upcoming artist.

I am an upcoming artist.

“I don’t take advice from people less successful than me” – Kanye

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Tell us how you write your lyrics, compose, sing and record in the studio.

Honestly, there’s not much to tell because I don’t really give it much thought. I just make what sounds good to me. If it doesn’t; it gets trashed.

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Name your favourite artists for collaboration.

Rob 1on1 is dope as fuck, VERSEatyle is a crazy bar scientist, Marico the Shogun has some of the best hooks and energy you could bring to the track, and Token is just fire ( even if I only produced one song he released).

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Tell us how you will spend a million dollars.

Build a studio, buy a business, invest, buy myself a condo, buy the rest of my mommas crib, get my girl a G-class because she’s obsessed and I’d get another truck.

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Discuss music promotion and how you are boosting your fan base.

You know word of mouth to me was always the best way to get more fans, so I guess just make better music overall.

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Tell us how you manage other activities with your music career.

I make music whenever I get the chance. I never let it rest.

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State your artist’s name and elaborate on it.

ItsMrCain (IMC) is basically a tag I made and it was based off of Cain from the bible because of my personal beliefs about people, their nature and self-preservation. I picked Cain because it represents people at their true selves to me.

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State the title of the song and the meaning.

Rancier, it’s named after one of the most hood streets in Killeen, Texas, which is one of the most hood towns in Texas. Just a huge mixture of people from different places that ended up in a place that is just broken.

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State the title of the album and the reason for choosing the title.

I’m obsessed with people’s motives for certain actions, so I named the album MOTIV3 to mark this mile in my journey musically, the 3 for the E is because I believe three to be a big number in nature.

 

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Lusive - Slimy

Lusive – Slimy

 

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Artist Name:  Lusive

 

Song Title:  Slimy

 

Genre:  Hip-Hop

 

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In a world where it’s difficult to find an “Icon” Lusive began turning to music in order to express his lively soul and his creative skill.

 

Lusive is presenting himself as a musical icon that will bring that refreshing conscious music back with a punchy hip-hop flow blended with a touch of jazz. This can explain to you why Lusive learned the piano and violin at a young age.

 

Lusive is one of the greatest performance artists ever displayed in an urban genre.

 

Lusive can blend musical backgrounds with his unique sound and style to create an epic experience.

 

He has accomplished a wide fan base through his versatile in-depth music…

 

The North East Bronx was the starting point for Lusive’ who embraces hip hop but continues to have different musical influences such as classical, blues, pop and RnB. Those influences led to the release of his latest LP “The Interlude.”

 

With his single “Regulate” burning up NYC. Earlier this year he released an Ep “Frxx Lovx” on Valentine’s Day catered to his female fans. Now the summer of 2019 he heats the wave with his new Ep “Frxx Vibez.”

 

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Zenden Lavon – Honey Bourbon

Zenden Lavon – Honey Bourbon

 

Zenden Lavon – Honey Bourbon

Zenden Lavon – Honey Bourbon

 

ARTIST NAME: Zenden Lavon

 

SONG TITLE: Honey Bourbon

 

RELEASE DATE: 5/16/19

 

GENRE: Hip-Hop/Jazz

 

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Zenden Lavon began his career at age 11 when he realized the singing and dancing he’d been doing as a child was more than a hobby.

 

He was influenced by Bob Marley, the Fugees, Michael Jackson, and the Geto Boys.

 

Zenden was raised on the golden age of Hip-Hop and R&B and it shows in his production and lyricism.

 

Driven by the desire to spark emotion in his listeners, the Los Angeles native spent close to a decade watering the seeds of hip-hop in Dubai, being sponsored by Red Bull and opening for Nas at the massive Sole DXB event in Dubai.

 

Zenden Lavon is here to make a positive difference in people’s lives with good vibrations and sounds. Everything is for love.

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Tell us how you arrange your song.

It varies but for ‘Honey Bourbon’ I started with a beat and then I built from there.

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Discuss how you develop your music style.

I like to listen to a wide range of musical styles, anywhere from jazz to reggae to psychedelic rock.

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Elaborate on multi-genre music.

Multi-genre music is artistic freedom for artists who don’t like to be pigeon-holed.

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Tell us the best means of reaching fans.

I like to reach out to my fans by being personable and appreciative and just being myself.

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Discuss the process involved in launching a musical career.

I believe it’s important to make good music and stay true to yourself.

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Tell us how to develop a lyric to a full song.

Normally I make a beat that I’m inspired by.  Then I formulate a concept to write about.

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Tell us how you come up with a melody.

I usually just freestyle what comes naturally when I’m listening to the instrumental.

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Describe the factors you consider in a good song.

I believe a good song provokes strong emotion with an infectious beat or melody and is just fun and passionate.

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Tell us how you impact your listeners with your songs.

I like to describe whatever I’m trying to convey as best as I can through either the music or the words so the listener can feel the emotion that I had when I was creating the song.

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Tell us how you relate with producers and music directors.

Being that I’m a producer myself I can appreciate and understand the process and the importance of quality instrumentals.

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Tell us how you feel after the completion of a song.

I’m usually proud of what I’ve done and most of my songs are emotionally taxing so when I’ve finished with my songs it’s a very satisfying experience.

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Tell us your worst song and state the reason.

I wouldn’t say I have any “worst” songs.  Each song I’ve made is the best song at the time I’ve made it and each time I make a new song I’ve grown musically and try to make it better than the last.

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Tell us what you will change in your music.

I’m still trying to find my sound and full originality as an artist.

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Tell us what is special about this release.

‘Honey Bourbon’ is a different sound for me incorporating the trap sound.  I feel it shows my growth as an artist and it’s my first time being the creative force behind the visuals for the video.

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Tell us about your future goals.

I just want to continue to grow as an artist and make good music.

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Tell us how you overcome obstacles.

I overcome obstacles by writing about it in a song. Whether it’s a full song or just a line, writing about it is therapeutic for me.

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Elaborate on the song.

‘Honey Bourbon’ was created based on the Musa: Prelude concept for my up and coming tape. It’s a power trip.  When you know you are destined for great things and have overcome many obstacles.

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Elaborate on your artist name and the title of the album.

Zenden Lavon is my real first and middle name. Musa: Prelude is named after Mansa Musa, the ancient King of Mali also the richest man in world history. It is a coming of age story – When a prince is becoming king and the ups and downs of dealing with the responsibility of everything that comes with it.

 

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