(NEW MUSIC) Fre$h – “Yea Yeah”

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[Produced by Lil Rod Made It]

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.

Follow Fre$h on Social media:

Instagram: @imfreshdoe

Twitter: @elvisfreshley

Snapchat: fuhcwitfresh

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Source: The Heat Magazine

(NEW VIDEO) Steelo Steezy – “Cartier Jeans”

ATL artist Steelo Steezy is making huge moves

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.

Follow Steelo Steezy:

Instagram @iamsteelosteezy

Twitter @SteeloSteezy

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JAYARSON x Jakk Jo – “Mannie Williams” (VIDEO)

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!

Follow the trio on social media:

Twitter @_jayarson @kmorgold @ jakkjo504

Instagram @_jayarson @kmorgold @jakkjomusic

Source: The Heat Magazine

The Heat Magazine covers Winston & his new “Coke” video

Entrepreneurship and music often go hand in hand. Combine those two with a solid work ethic and you have a recipe for success.

Meet Winston – an artist hailing from New Orleans East. Winston has found way to combine his hard-working attitude with his musical career. And he has definitely perfected the recipe.

Winston also has a new video out entitled “Coke”. Make sure you check it out!

We recently caught up with Winston and here’s what he had to say:

THE HEAT MAGAZINE: Tell us a little about yourself.

WINSTON: My name is Winston; I’m from the Eastside of New Orleans. My motto is “I want my f**** money!”

THE HEAT MAGAZINE: Growing up, what and who influenced you musically?

WINSTON: Watching my big cousins rap – when I was younger, I wanted to be like them. My musical influences include the late great Soulja Slim, my late brother Bobby and Kevin Gates.

THE HEAT MAGAZINE: Who’d you look up to as a youngster?

WINSTON: My Uncle Cliff and my Uncle New York because they was gangstaz.

THE HEAT MAGAZINE: What can your fans look forward to you releasing?

WINSTON: I have my debut mixtape “AskBoutMe” and I plan to follow-up with the Don Solomon project.

THE HEAT MAGAZINE: What’s in your future?

WINSTON: Only God knows the future. Long as I’m living, I’m gonna be grinding.

THE HEAT MAGAZINE: What’s your favorite kind of music?

WINSTON: I love all music. It don’t matter if it’s Pop, R&B, Rap, Country – long as it sounds good and tells a fire story.

THE HEAT MAGAZINE: If you had a piece of advice for a younger Winston, what would it be?

WINSTON: “Stay Focused.”

THE HEAT MAGAZINE: Where do you see your career in the next 2, 5 and 10 years?

WINSTON: I’ll be able to honestly say, I’m one of the biggest in the game.

Follow Winston on all social networks – @winston_bih YouTube winston bih

Source: The Heat Magazine

JAYARSON spices up Summer ’18 with the new anthem “Lil Woday” (VIDEO)

JAYARSON helps keep New Orleans on the entertainment map. Not only does he churn out quality music, but he also makes sure his visuals accurately represent the Crescent City’s dope culture!

JAYARSON’s newest release “No Effort” is available everywhere music is sold or streamed. “Lil Woday” is produced by Loski On The Track and is included on “No Effort”.

Follow JAYARSON:

Twitter @_JAYARSON

Instagram @_JAYARSON