Illinois native and Tennessee resident, Ren of the Co-Pilots provides some perspective on his new project. Titling the release I Really Did Take It This Far is fitting based on it’s overall tone and feel. Keeping it concise with 9 tracks including standouts “Kings and Queens” and “Or What” with The Co-Pilots compadre Money Green. Exemplifying both lyrical and Black excellence, Ren has no plans of ever falling off.
Keep your eyes open as the project will make it’s way to all of your favorite digital retailers in the coming weeks.
tevie Stone is back with a new single “Options” produced by 808 Mafia, for his new project Level Up pre order now here.
Bursting with powerful & vocals, substantial lyrics, and stripped-back production.“Timing” is most impressive for it’s effortless blend of genre’s and its homages to legendary artist like Marvin Gaye, Bon Jovi, and Prince. The 10-song project opens with the somber-reflective title track “Timing: A Dream Deferred”. With a heavy influence from 90s R&B, “Timing” is filled with seductive grooves and intricate melodies that linger throughout the entire set and makes the project standout when compared to the moody, trap-infused R&B that has been dominating airwaves
D.Woods takes shots a at men who choose Ig thots over their women in her new song “You Win,” through out the song she reminds us that she can’t compete with no ho*, & why. Check it out below.
Deezy Da Paperboy took lemons & released “Lemonade” the newest refreshing single from the one of Central Illinois most acclaimed. The song talks about how the artist came up by talking about his struggles on beats, & the benefits he’s received based of the trails & tribulations of his harrowing life. Check it out below, & his newest video “Free Shmurda” by clicking here.
Life has a funny way of knocking you down when you ride your high horse. Illinois rapper, Vinal brings that exact feeling to his latest single “Sad But True”. Flaws are part of being human, but Vinal puts his own on full display with lines like “I’m an asshole and I know it/I get money and I’ma blow it” and “My hoe, bitch I’m never home and I’m too detached to notice/I really mind end up homeless” on the pop-sounding single. Vinal shows it’s not all bad even though the truth hurts from time to time.
Cincinnati singer Leyy chases his demons in his new record “Get it Right” where he talks about the sacrifices he made, including trapping, cutting friends off, & his breaking up with his girl. Check it out below.