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Fly Music: IamChelseaiam – “Nice Guys Lie”

Newcomer, IamChelseaiam delivers her new joint titled “Nice Guys Lie.”

About IamChelseaiam:

With a New York State of Mind and a Midwestern Spirit, Singer/Songwriter iamchelseaiam uses her guitar to deliver melodic riffs, taking audiences on a rhythmic journey which has often been compared to Tracey Chapman. Her songwriting process always starts with lyrics in the notes area of her phone. Inspired human connection, every-day conversations & relationships are what drives iamchelseaiam to create music. Her tagline, The Urban Hippie, is not only a catchphrase but how she lives everyday life. For the past 4 years, iamchelseaiam has been active in the NYC live music scene and has gone on to play CMJ Music Festival, The Iridium in Times Square (A3C Music Festival in Atlanta and The Bitter End in Lower Manhattan) as well as toured internationally.

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Fly Visual: Estelle Wants Us To Be ‘Better.’

Earlier this month, Fly Girl, Estelle exclusively premiered the official video for her latest single “Better” (directed by Estelle and Denzel Williams) on Apple Music. Today, the visual is now available to the masses, and we got you covered!

Produced by Harmony Samuels [Jennifer Lopez, Ariana Grande], ‘Better’, is the first single from Estelle’s forthcoming new reggae album, Lover’s Rock due out in September 2018. “Better” is the follow up to her previous single “Love Like Ours” off the album which has already garnered over 4 million streams on Spotify and over 2 million views on all digital platforms.
Ya’ll know we LOVE Estelle, she’s been a HUGE supporter of Stuff Fly People Like since day 1, and we are uber excited for her new music!
Lover’s Rock is on track to be Estelle’s most personal album to date, as she centers in on her West Indian roots with a full-fledged reggae album. On this LP, Estelle has assured to fuse her signature R&B and hip-hop sound while paying homage to her Grenadian roots as she concentrates on reggae, but also embraces Afro-beats and Soca music.
We are in!
Step into her new video below….

-Stay Fly!

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SFPL Music Premiere: Nate Rose feat Elijah Daxx – “Need It Again”

Today we deliver the latest from hip-hop artist Nate Rose, titled “Need It Again.”

On this SFPL exclusive premiere, Rose offers up a sultry record about linking up with the woman who’s currently the target of his affections. Combined with the sensuous hook delivered by crooner Elijah Daxx, this record is a welcomed addition to your Netflix and Chill playlists.

For more on the Nashville artist connect with him online.

Twitter: @NateRoseMusic

Instagram: @NateRoseMusic

Soundcloud: @NateRoseMusic

About Nate Rose

Nate Rose is a hip-hop artist & creative often referred to as the “James Bond” of rap for his debonair demeanor and emphasis on intellect. Exploring relationships, business, and politics, Rose touches on topics with a fresh perspective backed by tasteful instrumentals and eloquent delivery. The Nashville native handles all the production, graphic design, and video production for his projects; maintaining creative control over his artistic vision throughout every stage. With more than 1 million combined streams across listening platforms with no label backing or external investment, Rose has built an organic fan base through his intricate lyricism, decadent melodies, and strong desire and drive to be one of the greats.

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Audio Push Lay Down “Inland City Blues” In The HotNewHipHop Studio [Video]


Audio Push has come a long way since their hit “Teach Me How To Jerk” blew up on MySpace, releasing their first commercial project The Stone Junction EP a little over a month ago.

Comprised of duo Oktane and Prince, they recently linked up with HotNewHipHop stopping by their studio to lay down new track “Inland City Blues.” Produced by Brandun Deshay, the record is a spin of the Marvin Gaye classic “Inner City Blues.”

“Inland City Blues” perfectly embodies a laid back vibe thanks to the flute samples; which you don’t hear used much in hip hop. The lyrics complement the production well as Push spit about keeping things in perspective when experiencing the downs of life. Especially when the commas in your bank account keep growing, you can have your pick of the ladies, and you’ve got a steady supply of herbal of course.

After laying down “Inland City Blues” Audio Push took the time out to film a chill in-studio performance of the track as well. Watch it below.  You can purchase Audio Push’s The Stone Junction EP on iTunes.

Source: HotNewHipHop

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SFPL Music: Meek Mill ft. Fabolous & Jadakiss “All The Way Up” Freestyle

Meek Mill is the latest emcee to jump on Fat Joe and Remy Ma‘s banger “All The Way Up.”

Mill tapped Brooklyn rapper Fabolous for the assist and of course couldn’t resist throwing some shade at the 6 God. Drake threw a couple of shots the Philadelphia spitters way on “Hype,” off his latest release VIEWS.

“I don’t run out of material/You shouldn’t speak on me period/You try to give your side of the story/They heard it/But they weren’t hearing it.”

Mill’s dig of course alludes to the accusations that Drake supposedly doesn’t write his rhymes, allegations he himself brought against the Toronto emcee.

“This is hip-hop / You ain’t write it, don’t record it / I don’t know how they gettin’ down ‘cross the border.”

Since the drop last night Meek has also released a version of the freestyle with a verse from Queens rapper Jadakiss. You can listen to both versions of the song below. Now we just have to wait for Drake to respond. Given their back and forth over the last few months he’s definitely going to cook something up. Let the countdown begin.

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Theophilus London Is Back With New Single “Stay” [New Music]

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Brooklyn crooner and rapper Theophilus London has been relatively mum musically since the release of his 2014 album Vibes. It looks like London’s hiatus from music is over with the release of his brand new single “Stay,” off his upcoming album NY THEO. 

“Stay” is an uptempo track that gives us all the vibes we’ve come to expect from London including his ability to effortlessly blend genres, giving us a certified dance track. Listen to “Stay” below and we can’t wait to hear what else Theo’s cooked up for this project.

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SFPL Music: Dave East Reflects On Coming Up From The Trenches On “Dead Man Walking”


Dave East continues supplying the streets with music worth bumping this summer. Yesterday the Harlem spitter dropped “Dead Man Walking” produced by Rico Suave.

An instant head nodder, we find East focused with an insatiable hunger as he masterfully paints the picture of his journey from the trenches with a controlled and effortless cadence. The Bajan and Dominican emcee is no stranger to struggle speaking on his, and younger brother Errol’s time behind bars; but it’s clear these days life’s a lot brighter just like his diamonds. The mass appeal signee also touches on his love for high-grade weed, designer clothes, and his soon to be three-month-old daughter.

East has no plans of slowing down anytime soon dropping a steady stream of tracks over the past few weeks, most recently jumping on cuts “Uber Everywhere” and “All The Way Up.” Listen to the latest from Dave East below and you can catch him June 5th performing at Hot 97‘s Summer Jam on the festival stage.

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SFPL Music: YG & Nipsey Hussle Come For Donald Trump On “FDT”

YG and Nipsey Hussle have had it with Donald Trump. The two west coast emcees teamed up to air out their grievances against the potential GOP nominee on their new track “FDT.” What does FDT stand for? Well F*CK Donald Trump of course.

The track opens with audio of black students who were barred from attending a Trump rally at their own school. YG and Nipsey hold nothing back on the almost 4 minute song calling out the Donald’s racists rhetoric and ideology. Check out the cover art and listen to YG and Nipsey Hussle’s poignant new record “FDT” below.

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SFPL Music: The DMV’s Innanet James Readies Us For Warmer Weather With “Summer”

While we just officially entered Spring this past Sunday, the DMV’s Innanet James is wasting no time getting us ready for even warmer weather with his new track “Summer.”

The high energy song finds James showcasing his agile and direct flow, while captivating listeners with a simple yet memorable hook. This is the perfect track for the endless cookouts, trips to the beach, and all of the things the Summer season brings.

Listen to “Summer” below and get ready because everyones favorite season is just on the horizon.

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SFPL Music: Gwen Stefani Can’t Stand To Be Away From Her Beau On New Single “Misery”

While you’d think a song titled “Misery,” would be about Gwen Stefani’s split from ex-husband Gavin Rossdale, the latest from the singer is actually about her new love Blake Shelton.

The upbeat track is about the misery she experiences when away from her beau.

“You’re like drugs to me. So put me out of my misery, hurry up come see me,” she croons in the chorus. “I’m thinking things I never thought before. Like what your love would taste like, give me more.”

Stefani has been open about her time working on the new album, revealing that the beginning of her writing process focused on the heartbreak she experienced after her divorce last summer. This resulted in songs like “Used to Love You.” The No Doubt front-woman does promise quite a few upbeat tunes like “Make Me Like You” and the newly released “Misery. When she sat down with Entertainment Weekly a few weeks ago she shared,

“We kind of flipped over to this happy, excited, new phase. And I wrote a bunch of new songs — I want to say four or five songs I wrote within the last three weeks.”

Listen to the latest from Stefani below. Her new album This Is What the Truth Feels Like,  is due out March 18.

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