St. Louis Hip Hop Native Mvstermind Displays His Lyrical Prowess With New Single "More"
When lyrical design meets the current wave of music.
When lyrical design meets the current wave of music.
When folk and pop collide.
Before playing in Philadelphia, Kid Koala talks about his latest 42-track project.
Following the breakout success of "Medusa," Morgue draws the attention back with her newest single "F**K U."
When pop inspired vocals meet the future of bass production.
With production by legendary Chicago producer , DJ L "calling" serves as a great prelude for his upcoming EP.
Certified Platinum by the RIAA, Russ is one of the few artists to go Platinum with a debut album.
Fresh off her Coachella performance, singer / songwriter ABIR channels her alter ego in vibrant new visual "WAY OUT"
He's young, full of looks, and in possession of a robust voice that's a crystal clear rendition of what's called alternative music.
Two lyrical giants join forces to send a message to the issues destroying our community!
Let the music speak for itself.
In her latest video for, "I Need", Tiara Thomas invites us into her bedroom room for a candid conversation about sexuality, pressure and creatively.
Led by their captivating rap flows, catchy melodies and clever lyrics, and backed by lush synth keys and an infectious bassline, you won't be able to get 'Yajirobe Trap Bag' out of your head once you hear it.
As we await the release of their forthcoming project, EMP wows with stunning visuals and cinematic allure.
When Miami roots, Atlanta affiliation and West Coast vibes collide.
Choosing the element of surprise, Against The Current is back on the scene with not just one, but two new releases after what's been more than a two year hiatus.
AUGUST navigates through the perspective of himself, his mother, and his father to find solitude in the end.
The South Florida native recruits the Brooklyn rising native Jay Critch with a cameo from Fatboy SSE to elude the law in new visual "Knots."
In anticipation, of her debut EP 'If Boys Could Cry,' Olivia Noelle's sultry R&B vocals is a testament to her rising influence in the music industry.
When moody industrial rock meets hypnotic vocals, the result is an all inclusive soundscape.
When mesmerizing vocals meet dreamy production.
Napoleon Gold may be a new name on your radar, yet he has already toured across the globe - opening for acts including London Grammar, Glass Animals and SOHN to name a few.
Cutting through gritty production with ill lyrics and smooth flow, Zoony Life's own Austin Poe embodies the reality and honesty of Chicago hip-hop.
"You didn't know we exist, you just thought we a myth, you see our colors... catch a glimpse"
Fresh off the release of their buzzy single “Be More Mad,” Cool Company returns with their latest track, “Shadow” (feat. Innanet James). And we are anything but mad about it.
When R&B, Abstract Pop & Hip-Hop collide.
Just in time for the summer, FLEXUPTOWN drops fire for the trap heads at heart.
When the singer can trade verses on any track...
Clyde Kelly's new single "Bands Up" represents a clear step forward for the young MC, who appears to be finding his sound somewhere between boom-bap hip-hop and electronic dance music.
Above stark production, tempered by echoes of cinematic synths, “Doesn’t Matter” highlights the expanse of Gallant’s vibe and vision.
Armed with pro tools and a head full of beats, the musician describes how he survived outside the classroom, and what we have to look forward to as a result.
She demonstrates a peerless ability to display international truths of young women: the loves that build them up and let them down.
Kanye West upsets the public with more uncensored outbursts. Is he truly in the sunken place, or does he make valid points?
Singer, songwriter, and producer KYOSi, effortlessly fuses her classically trained vocals with original productions of electro-pop, indie rock, and R&B elements, proving her role as one of the indie-electronic scene's most respected emerging talents.
Prince Fox integrates elements of dance pop, emo and synth rock on his futuristic Dim Mak composition “Time Alone,” featuring Australian indie rock band The Griswolds.
Feeding off the crowd’s energy, Miguel gave 100% of his own energy as he started to go into his next song, which was “Do You Like Drugs.” His control of the crowd, and energy which seemed to leap from stage and into the crowd as if it were crowd surfing undoubtedly made him the more distinguishable artist that night.
Aside from the release of his third EP, St. John has some additional things in store for 2018.
Columbia Records is proud to announce the release of Good Thing, the eagerly awaited sophomore album from Grammy Award nominated R&B recording artist and songwriter Leon Bridges.
In his irresistible new single, “RUN,” singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Brandyn Burnette appropriately asks, “When that moments comes, will you grab it by the horns and run?”
The vastly deserted location creates quite the dark and pensive backdrop, which brings the record and its emotions to life.
Will he go on to join the ranks of people fighting for equality and justice like Colin Kaepernick, or will he resume his regularly scheduled life as a celebrity?
From agile raps, bass heavy bangers, and low-fi moody tracks, wifisfuneral solidifies his role in the new wave of contemporary music.