In this record, DVNTAE dwells into a deeper perspective regarding the subject of love and what it feels like when relationships may not turn out exactly as intended.
Love is a game and we all play to win, while some lose. People grow apart while in certain situations. Things happen that may not be meant to be understood and that is where Clarity needs to be involved. DVNTAE does nothing short of delivering a humble sense of vulnerability, which is what we all can learn from and connect to.
This record is absolutely ear-gasmic and is sure to captivate the listener in a melodic ambiance to set the tone of relatability to the listener and someone special.
There is probably nothing that will wake up the entertainment industry more quickly than a beautiful young female who not only looks the part, but also sounds it. Meet Chloe DeQue, a 17 year old femcee hailing from the cultural mecca known as New Orleans.
Chloe DeQue just dropped her first video, “Wake Up Call”, and it is already getting rave reviews. She isn’t a gimmick rapper – she’s a microphone slayer. Her lyrics are impressive, her vocabulary is broad and her delivery is super quick. Chloe just might be what the industry has been lacking. When asked how she wants to be remembered, she just says, “As a legend.” It’s an almost certainty that will come true.
The visuals to “Wake Up Call” are available on YouTube. The single is available for download and streaming on all digital platforms. The song is produced by legendary trumpeter/Producer Shamarr Allen.
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“For the ones that hustle in silence” #TellThemWait – Label NYC
The evolution of music has come full circle introducing the new generation to the original creators of Hip Hop. Utilizing hits formulated in the 90’s to cultivate what seems new to many today, brings memories to those who were there forcing us to recognize and give respect to the people who helped pave the way – those like Label NYC.
Sharing the same birthplace as Hip Hip, New York City became the stomping grounds for the young influential mind of Label NYC. Being inspired by local artists from labels such as Bad Boy, Roc a Fella, Dipset and artists like the Fugees, Label NYC created the magic of his music by mixing the roots of Hip Hop with the cultural island sounds of Haiti. His musical successes led him to opening performances for Rick Ross and Lupe Fiasco. Label has also had collaborations with Hitmaka
Now with a new project at hand we can only sit back and anxiously wait to see what new innovations Label NYC will surprise us with next. He strives for greatness and you can bet he will exhibit just that!
Stream Label NYC on Spotify. The video is available on YouTube.
It’s been a while since we had a chance to speak with veteran New Orleans rapper OG JLyric. We recently caught up with him so we can catch up. We learned what he’s working on and what’s next up for this incredible entertainer.
THE HEAT MAGAZINE: So what have you been up to since the last time we had the opportunity to interview you?
OG JLYRIC: Just working on my craft releasing a few freestyles here and there until I drop my official single “2 Fronts” coming soon.
THE HEAT MAGAZINE: You have such an interesting history in rap music. For our readers who may need a refresher, how did you get your start in music?
OG JLYRIC: I’ve been a fan of music my entire life. I really studied the OGs of New Orleans like UNLV, PNC and artists like that who were successful from as far back as I can remember. UNLV embraced me when I was young and really gave me the game and confidence I needed to move forward.
THE HEAT MAGAZINE: You’ve done quite a few features with some of the biggest names in entertainment. What’s up next for you?
OG JLYRIC: What’s next is my new single “2 Fronts” produced by. EV I’m really excited about this record and I can’t wait for the people to hear it.
THE HEAT MAGAZINE: How did you come up with the concept for your recent freestyles?
OG JLYRIC: I was in the crib bored actually, so I got of the lazy boy and called Cas Major lol
THE HEAT MAGAZINE: What projects/singles are your currently preparing to debut?
OG JLYRIC: My new single “2 Fronts” and my new album “I Can’t Make This Up”.
MIKODreamz PR is excited to announce our representation of one of the most talented lyricists on the planet! Check out the article from The Heat Magazine and stay tuned for much more press in the coming week(s).
You’d be hard pressed to find a lyricist more experienced or more dope than Ninth Ward original Koan Kenpachi. Born and raised in New Orleans, Koan has become a staple in rap music.
He recently dropped “Weirdo”, the first single off his upcoming EP “Supremium”. If you’ve ever heard Koan, then you know the power behind his music. His lyrics are quite impressive and his delivery is impeccable.
The song is available for download and streaming anywhere music is sold. Visuals are available on YouTube.
Fre$h is back with his first single/visual, “Yea Yeah” off his upcoming album #NothingChangedButTheName which drops December 3rd.
“When I thought about the video for this song I was instantly upset that my Porsche got totaled and wouldn’t be able to get a cameo. I reached out to my boy, Matt Leblanc, who owns a dealership with a bunch of old school Porsche’s and he allowed me to capture scenes there. I came up with the idea to stage a robbery using the concept from the movie “Point Break” wearing ex-president masks and to keep it fun we went with nerf guns instead of actual ones. With this being one of my favorites off the album and the first single it has to set the tone of what’s to be expected. #NothingChangedButTheName”-Fre$h
One of New Orleans’ best kept secret is rapper Black Troy. This Uptown Third Ward lyricist is definitely one who won’t fade away any time soon. His most recent offering, “Earned My Stripes”, is an unforgettable multi-track project that is definitely one of the best to come out of the Crescent City in quite some time.
While Black Troy has made quite a splash in the Down South music scene via his R33ltalk 3nt imprint, if you ask him of his greatest accomplishment, he will likely tell you it is being a proud father of seven boys and one girl. He works hard to make sure his children are successful in life, with him instilling in them great values. They also motivate Black Troy and that enables him to pursue his dreams without end, with hopes they will follow suit. You’d be hard pressed to find such an impressive entertainer as Black Troy. He spends a large majority of his time supporting his sons’ football careers, as well as mentoring youth and motivational speaking.
Make sure you add “Earned My Stripes” to your playlist!
“THE SONG “YEA YEAH” WAS ORIGINALLY A FREESTYLE MELODY. I WAS INTENDING TO GATHER THE FLOW BEFORE I CRAFTED MY WORDS BUT AS I WAS FREESTYLING I SAW RODNEY’S REACTION AND THE WORDS WERE SO CLEAR SO WE DECIDED TO KEEP IT AS IS. I NORMALLY “OVER RAP” SO THEY SAY THIS WAS ONE OF THE FIRST TIMES I LAID BACK ON THE BEAT AND JUST VIBED WITHOUT MY NORMAL PUNCHLINE & 4-5 SYLLABLE RHYME SCHEME. THE ENERGY OF THE SONG IS WHAT MAKES IT AND THE TRANSITION AT THE END SEALED IT FOR ME.” – FRE$H
Fre$h is back with his first single, “Yea Yeah”, off his upcoming album, “Nothing Changed But The Name”, which is set to drop at the end of the year. Stay tuned for the official video dropping Friday September 24th and his follow up single titled “High Hills” Friday October 1st.
Georgia native Steelo Steezy is quite an accomplished music artist and entrepreneur. He was born in Douglasville, Georgia and raised in the music mecca Atlanta. He began his music career in 2015 and at the young age of 21, he was signed to Freebandz by Future himself. Since the age of 7, it was written in stone that Steelo Steezy would become a success. Through his vision, dreams and hard work, Steezy is destined to become one of the most influential artists of his generation.
His most recent offering is a video to his single, Cartier Jeans. The song gained a lot of traction once released. Cartier Jeans are a luxury item made of an expensive and exclusive fabric, so it’s only right the brand is represented by an artist of Steezy’s caliber. As you listen to this track, you will hear a new sound from Steezy which expresses his Rock & Roll side mixed with a raspy rapping flow.
New Orleans Rap star on the rise, JAYARSON, teams up with Uptown New Orleans veteran producer KMorGOLD and New Orleans hip hop royalty, Jakk Jo, the Prince son of the Queen of Southern Rap, Mia X. The three team up on KMorGOLD’s tribute instrumental which mixes up sounds of the Big Tymers’ “Get Your Roll On” and the Pharrell track “Frontin”. The video is available on YouTube, with the single available for purchase/streaming on all major digital platforms.
JAYARSON’s nostalgic verse graciously uses “Get Your Roll On” to pay homage to a solid New Orleans classic. Jakk Jo hypes the track with a classic New Orleans chant like “Come On, Come On, Come On”. They team up with Dope Media to create a real picture of daily New Orleans party life. It is a light hearted visual that is really needed at this time!