Damar Jackson releases “Everything” video to wide acclaim

Rising star Damar Jackson just released the visuals to “Everything”, a single off his new “Unfaithful Deluxe” album featuring heavy hitters Gucci Mane, NBA Youngboy, Moneybagg Yo, Kash Doll, and Yo Gotti. He’s currently touring across the nation with YFN Lucci.

Damar Jackson is quickly becoming R&B’s new vocal star, exploring themes of love and relationship drama in the “Everything” video. According to Damar, ‘Everything’ is a song about a certain person that was rocking wit’ me while I was going through a real toxic relationship. Everything I couldn’t talk to my girl about, I could talk to this other girl about. We ended up being close but my loyalty was still to my girl. So I never told anybody about this one special girl that was there for me,” Damar explains. “The passion in this song shows how much you can connect with somebody but still love someone else.” The video begins with a scene that many people of color can say they have dealt with, blatant racism in an establishment that goes unchecked in full. “This video takes you through real life situations in Louisiana. How racism is still alive and how we deal with violence within our own communities,” says Damar Jackson. Having the two dueling themes of love and race issues visually clash makes for a mix of emotions when you watch “Everything.” The director, Cinemadona, works the angles just right to get the story across on screen. Yet, that love triangle still tugs at your core when you hear the pain in Damar’s main girl’s voice. “We don’t have many resources, so we love real hard and take loyalty very serious. You will see how I spend a lot of time with the person that I can’t be with. We share moments that allow us to grow but loyalty keeps me with the one I started with,” Damar maintains.

Follow Damar Jackson on Twitter and Instagram: @damarjackson

Breadman releases new video entitled “Other Sh*t”

IMG_0319

HKMG MIKODreamz PR client/CEO and flagship artist Breadman is cooking up some big things. He is preparing to attend and perform at Austin’s upcoming SXSW, not to mention he dropped a new video earlier today.

“Other Sh*t” is available on You Tube and the song will be available everywhere music is sold/streamed. Breadman continues to make the most of 2018’s First Quarter, as he prepares to heat up the Second Quarter.

Watch/Comment/Share the new video:

Introducing Quest the 7th, a dope artist leaving his footprints across the entertainment world

Hailing from New Orleans‘ Westbank, superstar in the making Quest the 7th is leaving quite an imprint across the entertainment industry.

There will be much more publicity and press to come, but for now, Quest the 7th is working to build his ever growing resume – and we’re here for it!

Stay tuned for new projects for Quest the 7th, including his work with upper echelon brand Shea Moisture. In the meantime, please take a listen to his latest release, a super dope album entitled simply “Algiers Chronicles“.

Spotify:

Houston MVP Breadman interviewed by TheDopeness radio show

As seen on IAmDaBreadman.com:

Breadman x TheDopeness series by USA Blog Network

If you missed Breadman’s super dope interview Tuesday with TheDopeness on USA Blog Network, we’re here to give you life! We’ve embedded the interview below – check it out!

http://percolate.blogtalkradio.com/offsiteplayer?hostId=990175&episodeId=10573951

Artist: Breadman

New Video “Dirty Money”.

You Tube: https://youtu.be/7XAtVi8sMBQ

For a chosen few, music is written in the book of life. It is personal and it is palpable. For Houston, Texas based artist Breadman, it is both. Originally known by his childhood name “Lil West”, Houston, Texas rapper Jermaine Deshan “Breadman” West is a rising star. For an entertainer to become successful, particularly a rapper, he must be innovative and have endless hustle – two characteristics that have never been lost on Breadman.

-HoodKat Music Group imprint

-“Big Bags” features G-Hustler

-breakout stars of the new reality show, “How We Turn Up.

Twitter and Instagram: @iamdabreadman

www.iamdabreadman.com

Phreedom Records artist Lucki Lew tours the Deep South

//www.instagram.com/embed.js

New Orleans, Louisiana based Phreedom Records makes sure its artists are ALWAYS working. From keeping them grounded in the studio with the dopest of producers, to touring the Deep South as it recently has been doing with flagship artist Lucki Lew, Phreedom stays working.

Lucki Lew is well-known for his hit single “Hot Spot“, most recently remixed to include a feature with mover and shaker Level. He now has “My Lil Yeah” out on all digital platforms; it features Louisiana standout Tweeday.

pr1

Veteran artist J Lyric releases new album & video to kick off 2018

IMG_4227

Veteran New Orleans artist J Lyric has put in a ton of work over the years, but no project has been more representative of his level of talent than the just released “Loyalty Over Love” album. As of midnight New Year’s Day, the project is available everywhere music is sold or streamed.

IMG_4511

“Loyalty Over Love” was produced in part by Cas Major and features Chopper Young City, Y. LUCK and Tokyo Vanity. It’s truly a dope project!

“Lunette”, the first single off the album is also the first video to drop. It’s available on You Tube. Watch/Comment/Share and download/stream the album!

https://spinrilla.com/mixtapes/j-lyric-loyalty-over-love/embed

Mississippi artist Reapa Ranks speaks with This Is 50 about his craft & more

As seen on This Is 50

 

Somewhere deep in the heart of Jefferson Davis County, Mississippi – Prentiss to be exact – there lies an unmined diamond who goes by the name of Reapa Ranks. And this gem is a breath of fresh air who vows to never forget where he came from – something many entertainers can’t claim in this day and age.

 This young, up and coming rapper is putting in untold hours and a whole lot of energy into his entertainment career. His life has been a busy one recently – and it’s about to get a whole lot busier, given his plans for distributing his music around the globe. He has several new projects on deck, so it’s going to be a cold winter, to say the least!

Whether it’s the influence from his hard working father or just the hustle that being from The Sipp brings with it, Reapa Ranks is ready to climb that ladder to super stardom and he is more than capable of putting his Corporate Raiders Ent label on the map.

From “I Made It” to “Ring the Alarm” and “Ride or Die”, Reapa Ranks understands the importance of being tenacious and having a solid team to push a polished product out to the world.
We caught up with Reapa Ranks recently and here’s what he had to say:

Tell us a little about yourself.

REAPA RANKS: My name is Reapa Ranks. I’m from Prentiss Mississippi a/k/a “Lil Pakistan”. I’m 23 years old and currently travel back and forth from my hometown of Prentiss, Mississippi to the streets of Miami, Florida – putting in work, shooting videos and networking trying to get my music in different parts of the world.

Did growing up in Mississippi have any effect on your grind and hustle? How did it help to form your art?

REAPA RANKS: Well, I wouldn’t say it had an effect on my grind because round here it’s like we’re born with the hustle and grind for something. It’s up to you to find out what you have a passion and drive for and give dat sh*t 100% everyday. Mine just happened to be music. Being from Prentiss, Mississippi and Jefferson County period, helped form my art because it’s like …. The towns are tiny as hell, but I love em. Everything else is country parts. We call it backroads. Basically, I feel like being from The Sipp, we have to dig deeper than a lot of other guys in da game because they’re doing what they see the next man doing, saying, wearing, etc. Somebody to look up to, look like, sound like – all that, while in The Sipp the next man is not rapping around here. They’re probably trapping. There aren’t really many artists to look up to around here. You just have to dig deep into yourself, take in the happenings of your environment and say something to let the people know you feel em and know what they’re going through, but at the same time, letting them know you respect their struggle and hustle – and that I see what’s going on and will never forget where I came from.

To date, what has been your favorite project you’ve worked on?

REAPA RANKS: All my projects are my favorites, even the ones from “Dat Crew” days when I was in a group with my partners. I mean, it’s me and I love me some me, but I am my biggest critic. I’d have to say that my favorite project is my debut solo mixtape, “Nu No Limit”, simply because I had to come up with everything on my own. It’s entirely me and to be honest, I didn’t think I could do it. But my team/family kept me on my toes and I have gotten great responses from that mixtape and made many new fans. Shoutout to da OOG4ng and everybody rocking with Reapa Ranks. Y’all are the sh*t, on my Mama!

If there were 3 producers and 3 major artists you could work with, who would those be and why?

REAPA RANKS: Aww man, if I could work with 3 major artists and 3 major producers of my choice, I’d have to say #1 would be Young Dolph because he’s making major moves in da industry without a deal. Not saying that I wouldn’t sign with anyone (laughs), but to most music artists these days, making it to the big screen independently is the American Dream and my n**** Dolph living it. #2 would be Future simply because every time you hear Future on a track, he’s being 1000% Future Hendrix. He’s 1 of 1 and in 2017, that is rare. Last but not least #3, Offset! Offset just takes sh*t to another level. From the time he comes on a verse or hook, the club is going crazy. My 3 producers would be Metro Boomin, Sonny Digital and TroddiBeatzBoomin. I say Metro Boomin and Sonny Digital because they’re 2 producers that have been leading the industry for some time. I say TroddiBeatzBooming because my guy been making beats for me since the beginning when we were piled in a room with no A/C, grinding doing what it takes to make it.

What future endeavors are you currently working on?

REAPA RANKS: I’m currently working on new music, of course. I actually have a few visual ideas in mind that I can’t wait to shoot, along with shows and showcases. So I guess I can say everything is on the up and up. Slowly but surely, it’s time for The Sipp to get some recognition!

The entertainment world is such a wide open field right now, especially for music artists. Are there other avenues you’re currently exploring? If so, what are those? (acting, etc.?)

REAPA RANKS: I’d have to say music because everybody’s doing music these days, mostly rap. It’s like you don’t even have to make sense anymore. If it sounds good, you’re on. I’m out here still trying to have substance in my music. I’m not trying to be one of the guys never heard of again after a 6-month buzz to the world. And no, not really. Honestly, if I were looking to get into any other type of industry, it would have nothing to do with entertainment, know what I’m saying?

Where will we see your career in 5 years?

REAPA RANKS: In 5 years, I look to be in different cities everywhere rocking a stage, selling shirts, CDs, whatever. I’m trying to be all over the place, everywhere you turn you’re seeing and hearing Reapa Ranks from Lil Pakistan – making people get tired of me in the greatest way.

Keep up with Reapa Ranks on social media:

Facebook ReapaR4nks
Twitter @ReapaR4nks
Instagram @reaparankz

For all business inquiries, please contact Bigg Redd Da Boss via email at biggredddaboss@gmail.com.