LSMG (Last Supper Music Group) Presents Bla5er “Make A Sell” ft Lil A produced by Dj Plugg this track is Featured on the Streets MOST DEMANDED mixtape “I Want More”. make sure to check out the video and don’t forget to rate, Comment and Share. Thanks in advance for the support. Be sure to follow
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Fleetwood was a lover a rap for a long time and it wasn’t until he started his independent music group Royal Clan Records in 2015 that he decided to take things more seriously. Since then, he went on to release two mixtapes which can be found on Spinrilla. He has opened up for Key Glock and Jody Breeze. He recently linked up with producer Got Plug to create his single, “IDK”. The single recently released worldwide to all digital platforms. There is also an official music video for the single out on YouTube.The visual was shot and directed by Undenyable Media. The single released worldwide on 11/16/2018.
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Music was never in the cards for Bama Zo. After the sudden passing of his brother in 2000, he instantly found inspiration and began to take after his brother who was a rapper. He looked up to him and wanted to finish the legacy that was started. The Tuscaloosa rapper got in the studio with producer Ice Starr Beats to create the single he is currently pushing, titled, ”Time Fly”. In the single he talks about how a person can be affected by time passing rapidly and not being able to go back in time. He also pays homage to his brother in the single, saying, ”Rest in peace to my brother..Iʼm daily missing ya mane so Iʼm out striving for greatness. I do this here for ya mane ah”. This is a single that everyone can listen to and be able to relate to. Everyone has felt like time has passed too quick and wish it would slow down just a little. The single can be streamed on Spotify, iTunes as well as YouTube and many other digital platforms!
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Born as Jarica Deneen Gibson Sumler on June 12, 1983, in Memphis TN. JayMoney was a natural born star ever since a child. Growing up in a diverse household with her mother and grandparents she began listening to a variety of different genres of music at an early age in which she began to mimic and eventually start to write her own songs.
She began to write her first poem at the age of 8 while in the 2nd grade after her father died at the age of 26 from throat cancer. At the age of 9 she started writing raps and making up dance routines with her cousins. She also joined the jazz band at the age of 10 and by the age of 12 is when she recorded her first two songs with fellow friend Albert Johnson called “Caddy Dreams” and “What You Wanna Do”
Going through life she always noted that rhymes and songs would always come to her mind.
In 2015 she started back writing raps and started taking her musical gifts more seriously.
In 2016 she began to receive notoriety from her Break Em Challenge that has went viral across Facebook.
In 2018 she started releasing more challenges “Ten Toes Down”, “Mask Off”, the Who Run It Challenge” and also the “So Gone Challenge” along with several other mixtape tracks with videos to accompany them on You Tube.
JayMoney also won The Most Slept On Female Rapper Of The Year award for the SCM Awards in 2018 and just here recently in 2019 she just won Female Rap Hustler Of The Year Award at the Memphis Hip Hop Awards.
JayMoney has been pushing hard copies of her mixtapes for the past few months gaining traction and on March 22nd she released her mixtape on Spinrilla.
Known mostly for her famous quote “ When I see or hear something real I say #ChurchOnThat. She has began to get attention from alot of other mainstream artist.as a high energy dope, lyrical female pimp genius.
JayMoney aka Lil Daddy The Mack is definitely on the radar for an up and coming female rap artist to be on the look out for.
As soon as you hear the song, you will instantly notice the different style it brings. South Carolina artist Mystha Klutch Buwtye teamed up with DJ Traxx to create the melody and sounds you hear in the single. The song is titled, “Mystha Buwtye”. In the hook, you will hear the words, “Can I be your Mr. Buwtye?” This is the perfect love ballad. Cherishing that special someone can be a journey. With Buwtye’s lyrics, you will immediately gain the confidence you need to approach your special someone. The single isn’t like anything else that is out right now! Who calls themself Mr. Buwtye, make it sound so fly and gets away with it? The rapper and singer was born in Memphis, Tn but grew up in South Carolina. As a kid growing up, Buwtye was a jokester, class clown who was an all around good friend to anyone willing to accept. Although Buwtye isn’t signed to a label or management company, there are some things in the works. A new album will release in time. For now, you can stream or download, “Mr. Buwtye” on all digital platforms!
Memphis rapper Jarvo and DBM teamed up to create a sizzling strip club anthem titled, ”Throw It”. The single is very catchy. Women all across the globe will find this song very easy to get up and dance to. The hook is easy to learn, not too complex. The single is out now on all digital platforms. Click below to stream the single on YouTube!
Crash Barbosa is an American entertainer, from NY, now residing in Los Angeles. Over his career, Barbosa has been an outspoken political activist and a mental health advocate. He has worked in film as well as music. Growing up around the "Hollywood Scene" gave Barbosa an advantage and unique perspective when it came to the entertainment business. Barbosa remained focused on changing the world. Citing that his only motivation to make art is to speak the truth to the masses, Crash is also viewed as a "Disruptor." Barbosa addresses these statements by industry professionals as nothing but the truth, even though he disagrees with the connotation it is used in by many, he is also complimented for creating something new, in an industry desperate for change. Barbosa has always stood behind his words, his politics, and his character. Slowly evolving as the so-called "Dark Horse" artist to watch out for in a rapidly changing political climate, and his displayed "Zero Tolerance" policies on racism calling it disgusting, divide and conquer rhetoric, a practice only sheep partake in. If you're awake, Barbosa will amaze you with his candid authenticity and lack of fear regarding telling the truth, whether its what anybody wants to hear or isn't. If you aren’t concerned with politics, policy, human rights, or just want to dance, Barbosa will shock you with his expression of candid facts. Barbosa explains this; "How people react to the shock of the truth is up to the individual."
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From Tuscaloosa, Alabama, the home of the champion Deontay Wilder and The Crimson Tide rises an artist, not just a rapper. Big Cade started his music journey in high school with the show choir. Afterwards, he graduated and went to Alcorn State University a D-1 college on a partial basketball scholarship. After that music was all that was left. With clever wordplay and boastful delivery, it is hard to tell what style he has, it’s almost like a gumbo pot of rhymes and cadences. If you ask him he says “I do whatever the beat commands” When they tell you perseverance is the key, he is the epitome of never giving up. He has opened for the likes of Lil Webbie and Boosie, Lil Wayne, and The Last Mr. Bigg just to name a few. Today he is riding the wave of his mixtape single “Dipset S***” and has been consistent with releasing new music. His latest single “She Kno It” is sure to keep his wave going.
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