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.
“Sacrifice” is defined as giving up something prized or precious. Meet Cass of America, one of New Orleans (the 9th Ward to be exact), Louisiana’s most valuable players in the music game. He knows what it means to sacrifice time and effort in order to elevate his entertainment career to the next level. His team and he are confident that all of his struggles will soon translate to stellar success – there’s a carefully crafted plan in the works for this special artist. Triumph is imminent.
Between Cass of America’s grind and hustle, his Bloodbath moniker and his affiliations with some of the most well-known names in the game, particularly the 0017th imprint, it won’t be long before he takes his place among the superstars of his generation.
Having worked with some of the premiere producers in the Deep South, Cass’ music is not only on a whole other level, but it’s unique and something new altogether. To put it bluntly, he doesn’t sound like anybody else. In an age of artists and labels set on copying one another, Cass is a breath of fresh air – one that’s long been needed in Hip Hop – and one that stands apart from many of his counterparts.
Check out his new interview with One Shot Films.
Watch/Comment/Share and be sure to follow @cassofamerica9 on Instagram so you don’t miss out on anything new, as he’s preparing to drop a whole lot of music before 2017 comes to a close.
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Artwork for what’s about to be the hottest song of the Summer (“Kitchen Dance”) has been leaked. The late great BTY YoungN and the hot young lyricist Hollygrove Keem put together this masterpiece shortly before YoungN’s untimely death. The track is produced by super producer KC.
Visuals were shot and edited by 2K Films and have a pending release date. The video features not only BTY YoungN and Hollygrove Keem, but also Mario P (@_mariodacomic_) and some of the cutest little kids you’ll ever see!
Stay Tuned. These two amazing artists are about to turn Summer 2017 white hot!
Dope rapper and entertainment personality Hollygrove Keem just dropped the visuals to his new song “Go To Hell”. Its lyrics are deep and thought provoking and provide a little insight into the often times bleak world of young men in New Orleans, Louisiana. The video was filmed and directed by @TheFamousPhil.
It’s our hope that through talented lyricists such as Keem, positive changes will come about and opportunities will increase.
Keem is not only one of the hottest and most recognizable rappers in the country – he’s also quickly becoming one of the brightest and strongest forces in urban music. His raw but colorful storytelling ability enables his listeners to enter his world and really be able to decipher what’s happening from afar – so much so that he has been nominated for awards by the NOLA Music Awards, numerous times in multiple categories.
Keem is one of Hollygrove’s shining superstars. His association with 0017th conmbined with networking capabilities has helped to catapult him to notoriety. He is preparing to drop new music that includes tributes to his late great partner-in-rhyme, BTY YoungN.
Stay tuned for much more from Hollygrove Keem. Follow him:
New Orleans’ 17th Ward has long been known as a hotbed of solid and unique talent – a mecca, if you will. The proverbial torch has been handed down from the legends to a new crop of lyrical creatives that includes and is a led by Jay Jones, Hollygrove Keem and prior to his recent untimely death, BTY YoungN. The trio has an amazing and unrivaled energy and are sure to leave quite a mark on the entertainment world.
The trio’s new album “Cut the Check” is a precursor to much more new music, but is a classic in and of itself. “Cut the Check” includes the smash hit with Fetty Wap entitled “The Zoo”, and contains features from the legendary Jay Da Menace (of Black Menace), recent 300 signee Navè Monjo, T3, AR-Ab, Remyboy Monty, and C-Dash. Breakout hit “Stay Down” is also included in the dope tracklisting.
Jay Jones recently began touring with Lil Wayne’s Kloser 2 U Tour and has traveled across the U.S. performing in various shows, including Wayne’s SXSW headlined show. Hollygrove Keem is a sought after rapper, having featured on countless songs with more material set to be released soon. At the time of his death on April 29th, BTY YoungN was a rising star affiliated with Cash Money/Rich Gang, and was a well-known rapper and entertainment personality. His loss created a ripple effect throughout the music world.
“Cut the Check” is available for download/streaming everywhere music is sold, including iTunes, Google Play, Amazon Music, Spotify, Tidal, JPay, and hundreds of other international outlets.
Officially it’s only been about 24 hours since the “I Took Yo Beat” mixtape debuted from Jay Da Menace. Unofficially, it’s already a hit – give it a few days and that will be official, too.
Jay Da Menace is the legendary New Orleans pioneer formerly known as J-Dawg. Not only did he start Black Menace, but he was also the President of independent label Big Boy Records, known for churning out more talent than a little – talent that included Mystikal, Fiend, The Ghetto Twiinz, Partners-N-Crime, Tim Smooth, and many more.
This latest offering is giving Jay Da Menace fans a taste of what they can expect when he officially drops his double album “Real Rap”, slated for release in March of 2017.
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Following a much needed hiatus, Y.LUCK is back with a new single “Trap Song Bout Money”, the first off the upcoming album, “IH8RAP”.
His fans have been begging for a release, so Y.LUCK thought this was be a great way to finish out 2016 and start 2017 out strong. We’re already getting feedback from DJs and bloggers and it’s all good!
Spewing bravado all over the visuals, BTY YoungN shows he’s “Materialistic” in his newest video, that dropped late yesterday.
YoungN has had a banner year, garnering hundreds of thousands of downloads on his other 2016 videos, not to mention the streets are literally flooded with copies of “I Ain’t Sorry For the Wait” and “2nd Feed Up”, his newest mixtape offerings.
2017 is shoring up to be YoungN’s best year ever. He has new merchandise, music, visuals, a tour, and much, much more in the works!
One talk with Nateese “Tha Natural” Jones and you can be certain you aren’t conversing with just any rapper. In fact, you can be certain you aren’t talking with just an Average Joe.
Tha Natural is wise beyond his years. Could it be his experiences growing up between L.A. and Houston? Perhaps. Or does it come from living the fast life and where that can lead a kid? Who knows? And really, who cares? Because all that matters now is that Mr. Jones is getting his life in order so he can move on to bigger and better things – which in all reality, is currently taking place.
Tha Natural has a promising career that’s growing by leaps and bounds and he’s getting his business (Loss Life ENT) in order. This collaboration with Kevin Gates over an @KalaniOnTheBeat track is opening many doors, as the single gains traction in the digital realm.