Frank Foota and his MDMA Global imprint drops in on Lafayette, Louisiana’s own dope artist/businessman/host Hellboy Kool. Stay tuned for upcoming shows, singles, projects, and much more from this epic artist/businessman/philantropist. You never know just what Frank has up his sleeve!
Daniel Heartless is one of the hottest unsigned prodigies in the industry right now! He’s back with new visuals entitled “Like Brothers”. With quite a few music award nominations under his belt, it won’t be long before he’s walking the red carpet on the Grammys. The sky’s the limit for this young talent.
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A quick Google search will turn up how much traction the new “Justice” video from J Lyric (@JASONLYRIC) is getting in the blogosphere. The track is produced by @WodieOnTheBeat.
Be sure to check out the visuals from this most important project and read up on it from various blog sites, including a dope write-up from Ms. Niyah Nel herself! Here are just a few:
Hip Hop Since 1987 http://hiphopsince1987.com/2016/music/j-lyric-justice/
Spit Fire Hip Hop http://www.spitfirehiphop.com/j-lyric-justice/music.97846.php
Music Junkie TV http://musicjunkietv.com/?p=10160
The Heat Magazine http://theheatmag.com/new-heat-j-lyric-justice-video/
Hip Hop 4 Real http://hiphop4real.com/j-lyric-justice/
In what in probably one of the most remarkable projects by a music artist this year, J Lyric (@JASONLYRIC) just released the visuals to “Justice”, a new song based on current events and the historically racist acts and injustices perpetrated in the U.S.
In “Justice”, J Lyric stands up to racism, classism, and greed, and he makes a solid statement against those social ills that seem to have brought the country to its knees in the recent past. He also seeks to show nothing but respect for heroes like Colin Kaepernick, the NFL star who took a stand against police brutality and state sanctioned killings of African-Americans, through the use of deadly force during traffic stops and similar situations.
Follow J Lyric on his journey not only as a music artist, but also on his quest to shine a light on the dark areas that have contributed to injustices perpetuated on countless Americans – for if we do not admit mistakes have been made and strive to fix them, none of us can live up to the potential that we, as human beings, have a duty to live up to – our children’s dreams, as well as our own, will cease to exist until and unless we begin to figure out how to right the wrongs of our past.
Follow J Lyric:
Twitter – @JASONLYRIC
Instagram – @JASONLYRIC
Website – www.JLyricMusic.com
Stream “Justice” on Soundcloud (song produced by @WodieOnTheBeat):
Watch the “Justice” video:
They say “trends” and “classics” tend to come back around after several decades. We can only hope this is true with music, particularly rap music and the art of emceeing. Will we see a resurgence in REAL, true Hip Hop any time soon? That remains to be seen. Until then though, we can thank sites like Hip Hop Golden Age (HHGA) for keeping the real alive and relevant. You can also count on their countdowns on the dopest albums, artists, producers, and DJs of all time, as well as some of the best playlists you’ll find anywhere.
Follow HHGA and visit the website:
Hip Hop Golden Age (Main Account) @HipHopGoldenAge
HHGH Articles @HHGA2
Apparel Account @HHGA_Shirts
Check out this dope playlist of classics that will never die and that we bet will never, ever be duplicated:
“Iron Bars” is the creation of four of the dopest emcees to ever touch a mic. The production is pure, unadulterated Hip Hop laced with solid lyrics and a Kool G Rap hook that rivals any verse in rap history. Papoose, Uniqme and Canibus show off their true lyrical skills, with clever word play and a solid flow.
Stream “Iron Bars,” produced by Justin Tyme/R. Gwada (email@example.com).
Twitter: @JayJones17th @WhoIsDenisia
The song from rising star Jay Jones features R&B sensation Denisia.
Jay Jones hit the scene several years ago and has steadily been making moves ever since. This multiple award winning artist is working hard to solidify a position among the greats. His lyrical skills are unrivaled. Jay has toured and performed with major artists, including Lil Wayne, Fetty Wap, Dej Loaf, and more. He was also featured on Fetty Wap’s “The Zoo”, a hit song with a video that garnered millions of views. Jay has also been working closely with Lil Wayne.
Stream “S.I.N.S.,” produced by KC (@KCDAPRODUCER).
Twitter: @CEODrama101 @3DNATEE @ItsKiddKidd @derrenfmeggs42 @itsflawlessent
The single is from four of New Orleans’ premiere artists, CEO Drama (CEO of Flawless Entertainment), 3D Na-Tee (one of the top females emcees), Kidd Kidd (of G-Unit), and Jahbo (the former No Limit hookman). They collaborate on “The N.O.”, lacing gritty lyrics and clever wordplay over this bass laden track. This is sure to become the new N.O. “anthem”.
Check out this dope song on Soundcloud:
Tonight from 8-10 p.m. CST, tune into Grown Folks Radio (powered by Crescent City Radio FM) to hear rising New Orleans stars Jay Jones (@JayJones17th) and Y Luck (@YLuck7) talk about their careers, upcoming projects and future plans. These are two of the coolest entertainers on the planet, so you definitely don’t want to miss this show!
Download the Tune In app from the Google Playstore or Apple Store and search “Crescent City Radio” or visit www.CrescentCityRadio.com.