Fly Artist Round-Up: Haddy Racks, Evrywhr, David Dallas & Daisha

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Karma has her way as Haddy Racks talks life and unfortunate circumstance in “Come Back Your Way” from his New York Gritty album. This song features songwriter Audemus M.Eye, and was produced by super duo Buda and Grandz along with Chad Petrocelli.

Get ‘New York Gritty’ on all digital outlets here and look out for the official “Come Back Your Way” video coming soon.

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Fly Streams: La’Porsha Renae, Haddy Racks, Chloe & Halle and Kevin Ross

Today, singer/songwriter La’Porsha Renae shares her highly anticipated debut album Already All Ready via Motown Records. The 13-track album, which features the smash single “Good Woman,” is available for purchase/stream here. Since the release of “Good Woman,” La’Porsha has made appearances on shows such as The Harry Show, Good Day LA, Good Day NY where she also gave heart-pouring performances, increasing the profile of the single which currently sits at #7 on Billboard’s Adult Contemporary chart. The album features production from mega-talented producers Ne-Yo, Harmony “H-Money” Samuels, Edgar “JV” Etienne, and more. ‘Already All Ready’ showcases La’Porsha’s powerhouse and multi-faceted vocals through genre-blending tracks that shows her versatility as an innovative star that is definitely here to stay.

La’Porsha uses the influence of her favorite artists like Tina Turner, Prince, Michael Jackson, and Whitney Houston and fuses her own young and fresh vibe to the songs creating a unique sound that conveys emotion and excitement.

“The album cover represents all of my past insecurities, and everything I advocate for. I represent beautiful, full figured women, single mothers and natural haired women, and black lives,” says La’Porsha in regards to the album art.

When asked about the meaning of the album, La’Porsha said:

“The title Already All Ready was chosen because many of what I just named is not considered to be ideal or socially popular when describing a rising star. I embraced everything that I thought would hold me back from pursuing my dreams, and used my insecurities to give me the courage to inspire and advocate for others who possessed many of the same insecurities I had. I also wanted to honor single mothers and defy the stereotypical dress code of a thick, brown-skinned, single mother and domestic violence survivor. I’m proud of my curves, my daughter, as well as the harsh past that helped shape me into the strong woman I am today.”

La’Porsha Renae was introduced to the world via the stage of the 15th and final season of American Idol. Although American Idol is the medium that introduced Renae to the world, she has been signing since the tender age of six. She vividly recalls singing “Fallin'” by Alicia Keys in her mother’s beauty shop. She grew up singing for her mother’s clients but had no idea that she would one day share her talent with the world and become the runner up on one of the most popular talent discovery shows of all time. Since the finale of the show, La’Porsha has been signed to 19 Recordings/Motown Records. Her single “Battles” was tapped as the theme song for the gold medal-winning U.S. Women’s Gymnastics team at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio. From McComb, Mississippi to American Idol, La’Porsha is now ready to reveal everything that she wasn’t able to on the show.

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Haddy Racks Lights Up Big Pun’s Classic “Beware”

As Haddy Racks prepares for his upcoming original mixtape New York Gritty, the Bronx native re-imagines Big Pun‘s classic “Beware” with a new freestyle featuring Count RollUp.

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Haddy Racks Mixtagram v.2 No Cuffin Season Visual Mixtape – Jadakiss, Nas, 50 Cent & More


Haddy Racks is back with the second installment of his visual mixtape series, #Mixtagram v.2 No Cuffin Season. Comprised of seven one-minute visuals of Racks’ freestyles over classics from the likes of 50 Cent, Nas, Jadakiss, Tupac and Cam’ron, the project debuted on the Bronx songwriter’s IG account, and we now have the clips for you on YouTube as well.

02:1 – Why (Jadakiss “Why”) 
02:2 – Say a Prayer (Nas “Stillmatic”)
02:3 – Power (50 Cent “Position of Power”)
02:4 – Bro (Cam’ron “Losin Weight Pt 2”)
02:5 – Forever (Jhene Aiko “The Worst”)
02:6 – Brenda’s Revenge (Tupac “Brenda’s Got a Baby”)
02:7 – How to Rob 2016 (50 Cent “How to Rob”) 

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Haddy Racks Unveils #Mixtagram Visual Mixtape on Instagram [New Video]

Bronx songwriter Haddy Racks put a fresh spin on viral music recently with his #Mixtagram Volume 1 visual mixtape, which dropped on his IG at
The original seven-video series follows Haddy Racks around NYC as he freestyles to beats from Nas, Tupac, Mary J Blige, Amerie and Cam’ron, as well as his applauded entry into Monica‘s “So Gone Challenge.”
Check out the IG videos and get the audio version below.
Mixtagram Vol. 1 tracklist:
01:1 Dear Momma
01:2 It’s Real
01:3 State of Mind
01:4 Slick Talk
01:5 Can You Be
01:6 Get Money
01:7 I’m Gone

‘Mixtagram Vol. 1’ on DatPiff:

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Haddy Racks Becomes a Public Enemy with Shise Foe & Ron G in “Goonies” [Video]

Haddy Racks joins Shise Foe and Ron G of Foe Boyz in the Money Mark-directed visual for “Goonies”, serving up intense views during a peaceful protest through the streets of NYC.

“Goonies” appears on Shise Foe’s solo project Traffikka.


Summer Heat from Haddy Racks feat. Evie Blanco – “Take You Home” [New Music]

It’s officially time to drop the top as Haddy Racks offers up some alluring words for the ladies with “Take You Home” featuring Evie Blanco, produced by AListFame. This song appears on Racks’ debut album Resumé, which is available now on all digital outlets, and on CD at

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Haddy Racks Talks To The Ladies With The Help of Evie Blanco On “Take You Home” [New Music]



addy Racks gives the ladies some attention on his latest track “Take You Home” produced by AListFame featuring Evie Blanco. On the track Haddy shoots his shot at two young ladies and doesn’t miss like he’s Steph Curry with the shot.


“Take You Home” lives on Haddy’s latest project ‘Resumé’ which is available for purchase right now on Itunes, Amazon and Google Play. Checkout the Haddy’s new single below:

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#FathersDay: Haddy Racks – “My Lil Man” [New Music]

All Father’s Days are not created equal, as Haddy Racks expresses the woes of a bad breakup and single fatherhood in the heart-wrenching “My Lil Man”, produced by Buda and Grandz. This song appears on Racks’ debut album Resumé, which is out now.

Get ‘Resumé’ on iTunes, Spotify & Google Play.

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