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Gave You All My Time: Bronx artist PARTYNXISE takes us on a glorious vacation with ‘City’

As he entertainingly takes us downtown in style with a flashy beat that is packed with clear crystals and bright lights, PARTYNXISE shows us his intentions with a track all about the ‘City‘.

PARTYNXISE is a Bronx, New York-based indie Alt-Pop, Hip Hop and RnB artist. With a music style that is certainly varied and with much flavor to devour into like a tasty hot dog in summer.

Music to me is therapy, an expression.” ~ PARTYNXISE

You feel the incredibly pure enthusiasm in his vocals about this magnificent city he calls home, with a blindly exciting beat which is truly rather unique. With an assured tone and much to enjoy about a sizzling track that is packed full of that NYC punch – there is much to lather inside and you put on those fly sunglasses – and enjoy the ride that certainly has your heart beating rather joyously.

City‘ from the Bronx, New York-based indie artist PARTYNXISE, is a catchy track that is full of that extra motivation that you need to succeed in this easy-to-get-lost-into game. He sees himself at the top and playing at all the major festivals and with music like this, there is no reason to see why this can’t be possible.

Hear this fire new track on Spotify and see more news on his IG music page.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

You Moving Like A Dummy: Underground Bronx emcee Benjamin Splash rips it all up with ‘Tear Da Club Up Freestyle’

As he ravages the mic until it breaks before our astounded eyes, Benjamin Splash is in the mood to run his town with a fierce display that shows his spark-filled intentions on the explosive ‘Tear Da Club Up Freestyle’.

Benjamin Splash aka Da Benjamin Bandit, is a hungry Bronx, New York-based indie rapper. He makes that old school type tracks that are full of proper lyrics, as he pays respect to the forefathers while also clearing space for his own lane to be built.

This is the expressive story about meeting a lovely girl who has been used to being with broke guys before and isn’t accustomed to this type of class, as she enjoys the moment and lets you know that she is indeed for real. From dealing with small-minded dummy’s who don’t get how things should work – she is impressed enough to show you her valuable contacts – so you both become much stronger in this dog-eat-dog kind of world.

With a menacing flow that is packed full of heartfelt vigor and successful determination, this is an underground freestyle full of vicious rhymes that are street-smart and truly bankable.

Tear Da Club Up Freestyle‘ from the Bronx, New York bandit hip-hop solo artist Benjamin Splash, is a glorious gem from a fired up rapper who feels like things are on the up and he is running the movements around his spot. His electric bars spill all over the one dollar bill strewn club’s sticky floors, as he shows that he is indeed the truth.

In a wild city that can either make or break you in a click of a mouse, this is a worthwhile track from a fast-rising hip-hop artist on a mission to reach the top.

Fill your mind with this street poet on Soundcloud and to see more news, click on his IG.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

Finding his voice in the music world: ‘Lately’ (Intro) from TYWU is a teaser R&B-Hip Hop track to start a new journey

The atmospheric beginning are a welcome listen for those tired souls out there who need a new role model to follow. This is the intro for something bigger, the poet who made music his home and wants to be the best at what he does. The Bronx, New York native flexes his muscles and finds his voice here, with a smooth start as he shows his lyrically ability in full force. TYWU introduces himself to the music world on ‘Lately’ (Intro) and this is a track all about knowing you have to put the work in to be the best at whatever you set your mind to.

”I always said if I got into music I can’t be like everyone else, I’ll stand out and be that one artist that actually has something to offer while still being able to serve our current era and demographic”. – TYWU talking about his music vision.

You know you need the building blocks first to achieve your goals and the extra steps needed can’t be missed out or the foundations will fall over. The young Emcee is forthright in knowing that he needs to put in that extra, as there is lots of competition out there in the Hip Hop/R&B world. Nothing is going to come easy this time.

The Poet who started writing at school and succeeded greatly, wining many competitions and gained the respect and adulation of his peers. Then, the creative juices started flowing towards the often stormy winds of the music game that are fraught with unforeseen winds, and many an ego to contend with. It feels like this is a smart young man who knows what he needs to do.

With a crystal clear voice and loads of lyrical skills in his locker, the door has swung open and he is eager to unleash his music to hungry ears who are keen to hear what the next generation has to offer. TYWU shows massive potential on ‘Lately’ (Intro) and if he can follow his own advice, the sky is the limit on what he can accomplish.

Hear this new single here on his Soundcloud and follow this exciting new talent on his IG.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

Atlanta Rapper/Producer ‘Yahchi B’ drops visuals for his self-assured‘’Quarantine Freestyle’

‘’I’m not your boyfriend, bae or anything in between.’’ Sending a message to the ladies in his life, ‘Yahchi B’ is quite fine with being single right now as he is on a quest for global respect and recognition. 

Heavily influenced by Nas, Outkast, Tupac, Rakim, Eminem, and Kanye West, you can feel the old school style in his lyrical delivery. He mixes in his own new school style while on the mic and the results are quite impressive.

Formerly from the Bronx in New York, ‘Yahchi B’ made the move from his roots a few years ago and this change seems to have paid off. New York is a great city but it is easy to get lost in the suffocating environment of NYC Hip Hop. His style fits the more relaxed but music-crazy South USA.

In the Hip Hop game since 2012, this veteran rapper & self-produced artist has amassed quite a good following since his debut. A very confident Emcee, his flow is impressive, the beat real fly and with a summer time/chill by the pool with your bikini or swim shorts on energy to it. 

Stream this Atlanta rapper’s YouTube visuals right here.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

Shaded Profit – I’m Coming Home: Hip Hop At Its Cuddliest

Shaded Profit dropped his new track I’m Coming Home just 10 days ago. This Hip Hop & Rap was well influenced by his home town on the Bronx. He’s no Baller attempting to adopt some grandiose Gin and Juice persona. No, the talented solo artists music is influenced by his awkward experiences as a child as he struggled with his self-proclaimed Nerd persona. To be honest it was just nice to hear a rap artist that had respect for women.

To put it lightly Shaded Profit is adorable and so is his sound which mixes contemporary pop with lyrics that are actually a pleasure to listen to that offer endless introspective poetry. I’m Coming Home is dedicated to the men and women in the Armed Forces, it’s probably the best Hip Hop track of it’s genre since Eminem brought out Toy Soldiers. He takes a tragic subject and puts his lyrics against a traditional upbeat Hip Hop track that take away the gravity of emotion and just immerses you in the music.

If you head on over to Shaded Profit’s website you can download his all of his latest tracks off his Outsider album now!

Judah Mo$cato 1-800-799-7233: Real Music for Real People

Nothing can quite prepare you for Judah Mo$scato’s debut track. It’s a delectable mix of Rap, Hip Hop & the under rated genre of Trap music. I’ll be honest from the moment his vocals kicked in. I didn’t even hear the music. I was so immersed in the vocals that I was taken on the heart wrenching journey that I was thrust upon from clicking play on his debut new track 1-800-799-7233 which is the first track released off his debut production D.R.U.G Musik Vol 1.

It’s not your usual dope track, bragging, full of proverbial swag about getting high. The acronym stands for DREAMS REVEL UNDERRATED GOALS. His lyrics are a tell tale sign that music his is passion. You can feel his soul injected into every lick. Through his music he explores the parallels of relationships, violence and drugs in a way, it’s safe to say that no artist has ever done so poignantly before. With lyrics hitting you like a tonne for bricks. It makes for a sensational ground-breaking track.

“Domestic Violence is a two way street.” It takes a remarkable soul to contend with such raw emotions and problems which are so prevalent and poignant within our society. His clever use of piano arrangement and sound samples of crying give listeners a graphic and illustrative view of this heart wrenching emotion.

Grab the tissues and check out the brutally harrowingly honest track from the Bronx artist.