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Been Maxin: BLK Teeze shows us that lit flow with Whats Crackin

Cooking up that chicken and bacon while he rips the script up into the fire, BLK Teeze has dropped a whippin’ track that will get you speaking Jamaican and is called Whats Crackin.

BLK Teeze is a Charlotte, North Carolina-based indie hip hop artist who certainly knows how to spark up those fiery beats that will get your speakers irie.

On Friday, May 6th, 2022, BLK’s debut EP “DARK OUT” went to chart 2 weeks straight On both the iTunes “Hip Hop/Rap” Pre-Order Chart (highest position at #13) and the “All Genres” Pre-Order Chart (highest position at #130) respectively.” ~ BLK Teeze

Breezing in with a dynamic track to fully savour, BLK Teeze shows us what scorching hot hip hop music sounds like in 2022. Using his quick-wittedness admirably, this is a song that shall have you scribbling down some notes to learn from.

Packed with a punchy bass that will have you in Mike Tyson mode, you might find yourself compelled to turn this up a notch.

Started releasing music, primarily on SoundCloud, in 2018 after trying to pursue a career in football. In the last 4 years.” ~ BLK Teeze

Whats Crackin from Charlotte, North Carolina-based indie hip hop artist BLK Teeze is a smokey cool new soundtrack that shall get your lips all perked up. Ready for action and laced with so much attraction, this is a sizzling single all about showing that anything is possible if you have the correct dimensions in life. With so many people currently acting so flaky, this is a statement from a young artist who is ready for anything.

Success really is the only option.

Hear this fine new single on Spotify and see more vibes on IG.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

Patience is Wearing Thin: LA artist Rehd seeks inner calm during stormy days on ‘Chill Out’

The proud son of the legendary musician Anthony Hamilton, Rehd carries on creating his own lane of success and impresses highly on the new single that will have you taking a deep breath called ‘Chill Out‘.

Rehd aka Young Prince Love, is a massively talented Charlotte, North Carolina-born, Los Angeles, California-based indie goodie rap singer-songwriter. He makes a style of music that is rather sparkling, as his imaginative soundscape is quite breathtaking at times due to its unique bounce.

I wrote this song to keep myself under control when my emotions run too wild.” – Rehd

This is the story about taking a step back after someone really got under your skin – as you want to sort them out by showing force – but know that ultimately it really isn’t worth it. You rather take this moment and capture it, with a song that shows your intentions if they push you any further, towards doing something you don’t want to.

Chill Out‘ from the fantastically free-spirited goodie rap singer-songwriter based now in LA named Rehd, mellows the vibe out real cool to keep the emotions in check, as things could get heated and out of control real quick. He shows us his vibrantly exciting style which showcases his bursting energy in full effect. Its all about using your brain when things get heated after all.

See this new music video on YouTube and see more stories on the IG music page.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

Sending a message: Phil is in no mood for fools on catchy new single ‘Goofy’

Taken off his absorbing 11-track debut EP called ‘Different Cities‘, the mesmerizing talent of Phil brings us his terrific new track named ‘Goofy‘.

Phil is a supremely self-motivated and highly-gifted Charlotte-born, New York-based singer-songwriter, trained dancer and successful actor, with acclaimed stints on Chicago PD, Proven Innocent, The Other Two, horror film Haunt and the new Apple TV+ show called Little Voice.

With a confident style that seems effortless, he sings with such immense skill and swag that uplifts your mood instantly. He is an artist that performs with that extra passion formed from the deepest part of his soul and he tells it how it is.

This is the story about how some other dudes are so goofy and don’t do things properly. They are all about the flash quick cash vibe that has no foresight and you are going for the smart long-term game. When you are a deep soul like this, you see things differently and some people just don’t get it.

With a catchy vibe and a singer who performs with that extra hungry edge, he shows that you can achieve your goals if you actually work hard and put in the effort. This is a sensational single from a man that has had a tough upbringing and brings us a track that has your whole body grooving in delight.

Goofy‘ from New York-based actor/dancer/singer-songwriter Phil is a quality new single from a multi-talented artist, who has so much potential that they better make room for him at the top. When you believe in yourself, the sky is the limit to what you can achieve.

Stream this hot new track on Spotify and see more visuals on his IG.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

Chasing that rush: North Carolina Pop singer Natalie Carr knows the party needs to end on lyric video for ‘Blue Lights’

Her voice is so real and relevant. Natalie Carr shows us what life is like on the run while chasing those tempting tattoos for a little bit too long on ‘Blue Lights’.

You love that feeling of danger and partying wherever and whenever you want. You know deep down however that this needs to end otherwise you will be seeing those dreaded lights a bit too close and things will change forever. You keep yourself close to that partner for the night but also have a plan to get out if the going gets too dangerous.

“I’ve found my stride in being honest in my writing, for everyday people, like myself, to relate.”- Natalie Carr

Her music is refreshingly straight forward and she gets to the core of the story without too much fuss. This is all about having fun and enjoying each moment as life comes, you wish it wouldn’t stop. However, you know that it needs to end and you should move on to better things. So many of us find ourselves stuck in this maze of bright lights, the chase that is so hot to begin with and then it burns out like a used cigarette.

With an honest R&B/Pop style that sizzles the ears, she is the ultimate partner in crime. The late nights, going on fun adventures lasts for a while and these will be memories forever. However it only takes one slip up to have this moment crash down like a pack of cards into dust and doom, locked up for something so silly that shouldn’t have really happened.

Blue Lights’ from US Pop singer-songwriter Natalie Carr is a breath-taking track and the visuals only make this song a sultry view and listen for the lost hearts out there, frustrated with lock-down days. The temptation and urge to explore again is sometimes too much to pass up. Taking time to take a step back however, is the safer but less fun way to go.

See this exciting video here on her YouTube and find out more about Natalie on her IG and Facebook.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

59 Jay Breeze reminiscences on fire new single ‘Call Back’

US emcee 59 Jay Breeze reminiscences on new Hip Hop single ‘Call Back‘.

This is about not getting that call back. There was way too many lies and the truth was very far away. In this crazy world of 2020, we need that real talk. Not that fake, wish n’ washy chatter that sounds like some alien type of meaningless words but flies right over you, as you know its not your style.

Charlotte, North Carolina is the home of Hip Hop artist 59 Jay Breeze as he waits by the phone on this bouncy beat gem ‘Call Back‘. This time didn’t work out but better times await for this young emcee with a dope flow. Rapping is effortless for him as he brings us into these bleak times and heartache. Things will get better and the beat is meshed well to the story with the driving beat that is excellently produced.

Call Back‘ from 59 Jay Breeze is a top track that shows this rappers ascension in the often crowded Hip Hop landscape.

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Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

California emcee Akanimo flows in with fine beat on I.D.G.A (Fine Wine)

Akanimo is an American rapper and vocalist from Charlotte, North Carolina who now is based in California. He slides in with his new track called ‘I.D.G.A (Fine Wine)‘.

Taken off the self-tilted album ‘Akanimo‘, this is a fine song with such a soulful style. The beat is so stylish that it must have a suit jacket on with some shiny new shoes. The raps are slick and smooth, Akanimo really visualizes well here and this is effortless.

I.D.G.A (Fine Wine)‘ from Akanimo is a classy add on to 2020. This is about wanting that classy girl in your life and you think that she gets more and more beautiful the older she gets. You are ready for her love and just want to be with her. You are staying patient now and know that your time will come when it’s right.

The Californian rapper Akanimo is here with a fine track that dazzles on all levels. It’s chilled and to the point. This is the kind of song you put on at a house party to enjoy with friends.

Stream here on Spotify for the new track.

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Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

Alex PGSV skids in with Trap-fused ‘Wouldn’t Judge’

Alex PGSV is an indie emcee from Charlotte, North Carolina and he jumps in with the bouncy banger called ‘Wouldn’t Judge‘.

Taken off the debut album called ‘Purple Matter‘, ‘Wouldn’t Judge‘ is a trap Hip Hop journey with a late night beat that gets your attention as it skids right through the car park with a screech. This is all about not judging anyone and just going for it life. You don’t need to worry about anyone with so much going on in the world.

Alex PGSV has a confident flow to his raps and slams in with gritty energy and visual storytelling. This is a slow rider tune while cruising around with the homies. The haunting and ominous crush on the speakers fills the wheels with extra speed as you can transfixed on the brilliant beat.

Wouldn’t Judge‘ from Alex PGSV is an indie rap cruise trip all the way over the trap music vibe that spirals through the night.

Stream here to hear this song on Spotify.

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Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

292 is a smooth move in with ‘Facade’

Charlotte, North Carolina’s 292 drop in with their fire new R&B laced with hoppin’ Hip Hop called ‘Facade‘.

This is all about wanting to find out the full story. You aren’t convinced that what you are seeing and you just want more. You can see the potential and want to look further inside. Will you be able to find out or will things just flatten out?

292 are a talented duo from Charlotte, North Carolina and they have such sultry vocals that encompasses all that is good in the world. The sounds are pure and the beat is there to drive us to the promised land. They are a classy outfit and you can tell that they are ready for the big stage.

292’s ‘Facade‘ is a sparkling effort from these up-comers that are on the right track. Music like that is perfect for those candlelit nights.

Click here to hear the song on Spotify.

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Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

North Carolina Emcee Trigga Delgoto raps about tough times with ”Favoritism”

Charlotte, North Carolina is the hometown for Rapper Trigga Delgoto. He is back with ”Favoritism” and this is a sad song all about life growing up in the hood and how he regrets some decisions that he has made. This is an emotional track full of hurt, jail, violence and hatred. An introspective look into the life of an emcee that is going though a tough time as he reflects on his life.

Trigga Delgoto is a rapper with a raw flow who puts it all on the line with this street banger. This song puts me into a dark place and I feel in a somber mood. We are placed into a story that is all too familiar. Trigga had to grow up very quickly and we are led into some tough memories about having to choose sides when barely an adult and having issues with his family. Adding to this life story is fathering a child and now being into lean and too much stress. This is a deep track and one that deserves respect.

YouTube is the place to hear this song and get his whole collection to your ears.

Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen

Artist Vice Gets Cleared For Landing

Jot It Down Get It Out by Artist Vice

Rock music often gets a bad reputation for its cliche, bombast, its often cartoon like qualities. Throw in a bit of pop sensibility and you start to balance those negative qualities, add a dash of widescreen cinematic vibes, some anthemic qualities and a stadium ready alt-rock approach and you have something altogether more interesting, in fact you have Artist Vice’s Cleared For Landing.

It walks a line of pop addictiveness and rock robustness, of soaring harmonies and deftly layered musical textures, a balancing act which is difficult to say the least. Too far one way and you fall into the ungainly plod of the rock beast, moving the other way leaves you in the saccharine, throwaway territories of short shelf life pop, but get it right, as Artist Vice has done here, and the result is a mature and radio friendly sound that will ensure both popularity and longevity in equal measure.