Fresh off the release of his new album Perfect Ten, Grammy Award-winning producer Mustard returns with a new visual for his latest single “100 Bands” which features Quavo, YG and Meek Mill. Check out the Colin Tilley-directed-video.
Mustard will be joining Meek Mill, Future, YG and Megan Thee Stallion on the Legendary Nights tour, which kicks off August 28th in St. Louis, MO.
Perfect Ten is available at all digital retailers via 10 Summers/Interscope Records.
Souly Had, whose music has taken him from aimless college studies to more than 20 million global artist streams releases a new track “Hills” via Island Records. The track will be included on his upcoming debut EP, which will also feature previous releases “Crush” and “Overrated.” Souly Had is a singer/songwriter/producer from Duanesburg, NY (just outside Albany, NY). As a member of the hip-hop collective Entreband, a crew of self-starting, like-minded artists and creatives, he has developed a pop/R&B sound all his own.
Multi-hyphenate entertainer Trevor Jackson releases his new LP, Rough Drafts Pt. 2, today via Born Art/EMPIRE. Alongside the release, Trevor also gifts his fans a new visual to the single, “In My Crocs”.
The 13-track project serves as a continuation of his LP, Rough Drafts Pt. 1, which debuted in March of last year. Rough Drafts Pt. 2 includes the hit singles “Warning” & “Puddles”. Jackson co-wrote and co-produced the entire album, even playing guitar on multiple tracks. The LP also includes special appearances from Lil’ Yacthy & Diggy Simmons.
In celebration of the release of Rough Drafts Pt. 2, Trevor gifts his fans with the visual for his new track, “In My Crocs”. The visual includes vibrant color schemes and plenty of crocs both the shoe and the actual reptile!
June is a busy month for Trevor with the RD2 Tour kicking off in LA at The Mint on Thursday, June 6th. In addition to the new music, Trevor will return to his role as “Aaron Jackson” on critically-acclaimed Freeform series, grown-ish on Wednesday, June 5th.
Newcomer, IamChelseaiam delivers her new joint titled “Nice Guys Lie.”
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.
Nova Moura makes stirring bedroom music for moments of isolation and vulnerability. “Gone Girl,” premiered today by Highsnobiety, is the enigmatic soul artist’s smooth collaborative track with Florida producer XXYYXX that explores the gamut of emotions caused by abandonment and separation.
“‘Gone Girl’ is a song I wrote a long time ago about separation. It’s one of those explorations of abandonment and what that causes; the thoughts, feelings, and tendencies. The song talks about the freshness of those wounds and the life that those wounds helped to create. It’s also a sort of conversation, I guess, with that person who abandoned me. I wanted to express that the failed relationship wasn’t solely my fault in the hopes that maybe someday she would hear it.” – Nova Moura
“Gone Girl” will appear on Nova’s forthcoming EP, the follow-up to his Desension Ramona series.
Over the past two years, Elle B has transformed herself into the artist that she has become today. Through her own trials and tribulations as well as witnessing those of others, she felt compelled to express a music therapy of everyone and anyone that has been through some sh*t, to know that you’re not alone and deserve better!
After collaborating with some amazing producers and songwriters whose worked with artist’s such as Lil Wayne, Fabolous, Eve, Chrisette Michelle and much more, Elle created a body of work that anyone can latch onto.
Produced by Rashad “Shoddy” Robinson and Rudy Jones and penned by Tatiana “Tatu” Matthews and Robbie Newell, “Bad Stories” is the first chapter to drop off her upcoming EP called Bad By Myself.
Most of us have been in rocky relationships. Some of us have the strength to move on and others stick around in the hopes of change. “Bad Stories” delivers the message that although you’ve been hurt before it’s gonna be ok and that not every troubled relationship has to be considered a bad story but yet a lesson learned. Some bad stories tell a good one at the end!
Detroit City Council Member, Mary Sheffield, recognized Multi-Platinum Grammy Award Winning Producer, TV Producer/Artist, Jermaine Dupri, and Multi-Platinum Recording Artist, We TV Personality, Shad Moss (pka Bow Wow) for their outstanding community service during the SoSoSummer 17 Detroit Tour stop. The seasoned industry vets have been visiting local schools providing inspirational words of encouragement,
“Not often enough do we pause to honor young African-American men who have reached the pinnacle of their industry. Jermaine Dupri and Shad “Bow Wow” Moss have achieved such a distinction and it gives me great pleasure to honor them with the “Spirit of Detroit” Award which they both embody. These two young men have used their platform and the hip-hop genre and culture to enhance their community, illustrate the potential in our young men and provide positive images and opportunities through their art form. For those reasons they should be commended.”- Councilwoman Mary Sheffield
Roc Nation‘s recent signee, Young Paris, has released a new version of his album, African Vogue, which features three bonus tracks. Originally released in May of 2016, this new edition of the project offers fans even more of Paris’ international sound. Bonus tracks on the album feature appearances by Tiwa Savage and Reekado Banks.
Be on the lookout for more content from Young Parisand get updates on his social media for upcoming shows and exclusive features.
Young Paris is a Congolese-born Afro-beat artist who was recently signed to Jay Z’s label, Roc Nation. Raised in the Congo, as well as in Paris and New York by renowned Congolese performers, the 27-year-old crafts a unique sound that threads the boundary between rap and electronic dance music, and blends a fusion between hip-hop, trap, and African drumbeats.
Young Paris dropped his acclaimed full-length mixtape, African Vogue, through The FADER, and released new visuals for his singles “Get Ready,”featuring hip-hop legend M1 from Dead Prez and“Best of Me”with Grammy-nominated producer Benjamin Bronfman.