By Uptown Toney
Most media outlets are either in the process dropping off a ‘Year End/Best of’ list of top projects or have already done so. Having looked at a few list, I find it crazy that many of them didn’t include Jay Prince‘s Beautiful Mercy EP. It’s truly a shame; the Soulection emcees followup to BeFor Our Time was more than solid with it’s nostalgic feel and Prince’s phenomenal content but has been heavily slept on.
Hopefully in the new year the London-based artist gets those just deserts far as the media goes but for now, Prince keeps on his P&Q’s delighting fans with a new video for his self-produced, Brasstracks co-produced record “AfroPhunk” featuring SiR and Joyce Wrice. Winding down a long day on a rooftop with some friends as the sun sets, Jay takes us through a day in the life, providing some warm weathered vibes in these cold times.
Filmed and directed by Aplus Filmz, take a look at the visual above and be sure to cop the EP on iTunes!
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Check 1, Check 2! It’s Indie Wednesday. The day to share your music.
If you’re new to this hip hop blog, check out the rules below and post your music.
1. Everyone is limited to one music post per week. Spammers will be banned.
2. You can post the same song if you posted it the previous week but keep that practice in moderation
3. Converse and dialogue with each other as much as you like. In fact, I encourage it.
Here is the suggested format:
1. Name of the artist:
2. Location (where are you from)
3. Couple of your social links (Twitter and or Facebook)
4. Say something about yourself, hip hop, or anything interesting. It can also be totally unrelated to music. Show us you have a personality.
Post music or videos that can play in the thread please. No download links to your mixtape.
Feel free to post any PICS and GIFs.
Check this: Hip Hop Artists: Post Your Music (12-30-15) –
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Michigan-based songstress Farrah is back today with a brand new visual for “Take You Away.” Check out the mesmerizing visuals here.
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By Uptown Toney
Sometimes in life and more often in life people will try and take you for a fool. Now depending on the situation at hand, whether you let them is entirely up to you. For Toronto’s emerging R&B talent JAHKOY, playing the fool isn’t such a bad thing.
Flipping a hot line from his Forward Thinking project single “Trading Places” and turning it into a hot song, JAHKOY puts the break on the 90’s House music and gets back into creating the deep bass pounding, slow winding lovestruck ballads that first gained our attention.
No word yet on where this will land, but streams JAHKOY’s FrancisGotHeat-produced single below as he details all the crazy things he’d do for love.
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By Uptown Toney
It’s been six months since the arrival of Matthew Young‘s debut Dive EP and the young crooner is ready to give the people more of his tenebrous and sensual style of R&B, dropping off a new jam titled “For You / Low Life.”
Snuggled between 90’s synth and smooth Jazzy horns, the New Zealand artist’s angelic vocals puts you in your feels. As the winter months roll on, I’m sure we’ll see more of Matthew Young seeing how his upcoming debut studio album is expected to be released in 2016 via Sony Music.
Stream the two-part gem above and for those of you – myself included – that missed Young’s video for “Panama City,” – a favorite of mine off of Dive – check it out below.
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By Uptown Toney
Having already released two shimmering singles – “Purple Rain” & “Genuflect” – Louise Chantál‘s debut EP, Welcome to Aranbi, is set to release at the top of the new year. Keeping things in motion, the United Kingdom-native delivers a new song/visual off the project titled “CalNeva.”
The song itself “is a love letter written by a broken hearted woman, and anyone that has experienced betrayal and disappointment can relate to this story,” according to LC. “Frank Sinatra owned Cal Neva Resort & Casino. Before writing this song, I read about how Sinatra loved to entertain his friends: both which were Marilyn Monroe and The Kennedy Family… somehow in the midst of reading I created a fantasy in my head and I connected that to the emotion that I really wanted to display in this song.”
Directed by Max Hilva, watch the visual for “CalNeva” above as Ms. Chantál channels Marilyn Monroe on this silky ballad.
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Alpakka Music is making a statement in 2016 with the next generation of Hip Hop from Uptown. The lead artist off the label, RudeBoy Dinero smacks a heavy blow to emcees with his version of the Young Thug track aptly called “Flow”. Be on the lookout for the New project “Straight Hitz, No Misses” dropping 1st Quarter, 2016.
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NYC based rap duo FL, also known as Fully Loaded, is comprised of I.K.E. (Illest Kid Ever) and Big C. The breakout duo has a catalog of 500 plus songs & they have performed at such notable venues as Ashford and Simpson’s Sugar Bar, Rutgers University, Club Pyramid, Bowery Poetry Club and more. Moreover, their music has received radio airplay on Philly’s 100.3 The Beat, Monday Night Mixtape Radio, DTF Radio and WPAW Radio. Equally important, FL has been featured on songs with Babs Bunny, Oschino and the late Coke Boy respresenter Chinx. Fully Loaded are currently riding high off of their latest project entitled Monday Night Freestyles hosted by Desert Storm’s DJ Don Demarco.
Check out their latest tape here.
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By Uptown Toney
Phony Ppl‘s fourth project, Yesterday’s Tomorrow came out earlier this year and highkey went under many people’s radar. Making sure it gets its just desserts the Brooklyn based crew return with a video for their fan-favorite off the LP, “Why iii Love The Moon.”
“In our video, we wanted to open up and share our world in Brooklyn, a side of Brooklyn that’s hidden beneath what meets the eye,” Phony Ppl explained to FADER via email. “Our video combines projection art that illuminates our path as we ride our bikes through familiar landmarks, revealing the true color beneath the surface.”
Shot by Dawn Of Man, watch the visual above and be sure to pick up Yesterday’s Tomorrow on iTunes.
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