Continuing with his well received solo project, Slum Village’s Young RJ prepares fans for his new single, “Issues”. Issues is a creative collaboration between artists that share a similar artistry and background. Young RJ delivers thought provoking lyrics with BJ the Chicago Kid finessing the track with his soulful vocals. The single was produced by Young RJ and Detroit’s emerging producer, DAG.
Issues follows up, “Wait”, his popular track with Boldy James and Pete Rock that premiered on Mass Appeal. Young RJ is setting the bar high amongst his rap peers by linking up with unique artists in the game and creating a new wave that’s undeniable.
Previously, Young RJ and BJ the Chicago Kid worked together on “Expressive”, a single off Slum’s album, “YES”. Linking up again on “Issues”, their lyrics paint a picture of our current political climate, inner cities, and of course… personal inner demons.
“Issues” is the third single from his debut solo album, “Blaq RoyalT” which is slated for an October 10, 2017 release.
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Brandon Bonine releases a new video for “Remember My Name.” Read what he had to say about it below.
“I watched my grandma go through a terrible heartbreak with the loss of my Grandpa. At the same time, I was going through a break-up and had a parallel of falling in love with someone only to have them move on. My Grandma and I were left with broken hearts and both of our stories were falling apart for different reasons. Nothing was like it used to be. I wanted a song and video that showed the heartbreak of growing old with someone, losing them, and living in their shadow.” – Brandon Bonine
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Ty Shawn Dion delivers a new single entitled “40s On Melrose.” The record was inspired after a trip to Los Angeles for his “Humble Pie” video shoot.
Listen below and on all other major streaming services.
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By Jake Miosge
Shortly after announcing the Halloween release of Heartbreak on a Full Moon, Chris Brown unleashes the vibrant video for his latest single, “Questions.”
Covered in neon colors, Breezy shows off his always-sharp moves throughout the clip, whether dancing solo, with a group of women, or a group of men in various colorful settings.
“Girl, I got a question for ya,” he sings while tearing up the dance floor. “Can I get an answer / She only love me ’cause I’m dangerous / That poom-poom somethin’ like angel dust.”
“Questions” is the latest release off Brown’s Heartbreak on a Full Moon, a 40-song double album that is expected to arrive on Halloween.
Watch “Questions” below.
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With new music being released daily, causing an oversaturation in the market, it’s not very often that raw musical talent is showcased in the forefront. Rey King is looking to change that. Already heavily accomplished as writer and producer, has been Grammy nominated and winning an ASCAP Award for his songwriting chops, King now has his sight set on his own brand as a recording artist. Today he unveils his official music video for his brand new single “Kalimbo.” Describing the song, Rey King shared “Kalimbo means a way of life, it’s a way of doing you. I feel the video shows exactly that.” He continued with “I made Kalimbo from being inspired by what’s happening in the game right now. Guys like PartyNextDoor, Drake & Chris Brown all have brought a vibe & I wanted to share my spin or perspective on that vibe.”
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Hey Welcome back
First of all, Follow Indie Hip Hop on Instagram.
That being said…It’s Indie Wednesday! Time 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 (8-16-17) –
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From Dallas,Texas, discovered on our Indie Wednesday threads, check out this dope joint from dlosuavé titled How It Go.
It’s on IHH so we fux wit it.
Check this: [INDIE HYPE] “How It Go” – dlosuavé (@Dlo_Suave) –
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Last week South Florida’s own Maine Event dropped off the trailer to his Nakia Dixon directed visual Shinobi. The Jay Burna & Ali Coyote assisted record has been making noise for the past few months. Check out pt.1 of the trailer above.
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