California based girl group Ceraadi has taken their buzz to a whole new level thanks in part to Christina Milian's hit E! reality show, Christina Milian Turned Up. After their stint on the show, the young sisters dropped the uptempo banger that is "Whatever" and it's hot. On the feisty, R&B track, Emaza, Znuie, and Saiyr sing and rap about not being impressed by a man's ego. The ladies will definitely be feeling this. The girls have been working closely with producer Dem Jointz, so it's looking like a bright future for the starlets. Get into Whatever below.
Saturday, January 23, 2016
Houston is making a resurgence back into the music scene with the introduction of young rappers Dice Soho and Trill Sammy. I recently relocated to Houston and have been hearing a lot about these guys. Proving that there's more power in numbers, the solo artists team up on the trap banger "Just Watch" and truly gives us a show. Dice and Sammy jam on a rooftop while sharing their luxury habits, and busting some effortless dance moves. ENERGY! ENERGY! ENERGY! is all that comes to mind when I'm watching them. It's going to be really interesting to see how they maneuver the rap game, but either way...I'm here for it. Dice Soho's 0 Degrees mixtape is available now for download. Turn up Texas style below.
Friday, January 8, 2016
Feisty, young singer Mali Nicole wastes no time letting you know what the deal is via her new video, "A Hunnid". In the performance driven clip, the LA beauty cruises the streets with her girls and slides into some smooth choreo before having a Waiting To Exhale moment lol. Compton rapper AD holds it down for the guys, spitting a hard verse during a dice game. "A Hunnid" can be found on the singer's latest EP, Central Ave Vol. 1 available on iTunes now. Keep it real with Mali below.
Canada is on fire right now...Drake,OVO,Justin Bieber,The Weeknd,Tory Lanez...and now Maurice Moore. The amazingly talented singer/songwriter gifts us his ode to Bay Area songstress Kehlani in the form of "Typhoon". Maurice's voice floats over the slinky, bass heavy joint, exercising his lush falsetto to profess his admiration. From top to bottom this track is a winner! Everything I love (with the exception of a fire bridge) in a steamy, slow jam is embodied within this record. As a writer, I definitely appreciated the play on words throughout the hook and the 2nd verse (Kehlani song titles). This guy is going places. Dip into "Typhoon" below.