With a flow that dives straight into the hip-hop waters of honest flows and stories that feel like a movie, Mystro Pope signals his intent with the hard-edged new single named ‘Power‘ (ft. Loc Sleepy).
Self-motivated Memphis, Tennessee-based rapper Mystro Pope, is a hip-hop artist with that paper-first mentality, who makes music that reflects his one track mindset to be successful, whilst making releases that simmer hot in the streets unforgiving kitchen.
Produced by the strong bass sounds of T-Head, this is a massive statement of starting fresh with a new and loyal crew, far away from the cowards of before. He chases the elusive-to-some money bag with three pointers all over the place, as he shoots his way to that top echelon rap mansion that has all the honey you can eat, avoiding the tempting traps like in snakes and ladders.
His voice lets you know that he is for real and with a top feature from a fellow like-minded street DNA rapper, these two up the volume on a track that is a welcome addition when there is way too many soft-as-ice-cream singles in this genre that add very little value to the world. This is that real talk marauding crew song that lifts you off your chair and finds you searching for more like it.
‘Power‘ (ft. Loc Sleepy) from the strong-willed Tennessee-based emcee Mystro Pope, busts a hole in your fragile speaker as he takes us for a ride through his street, to show us what needs to be done in order to be successful in this shark-infested world.
Herm C returns with a fiery delivery on his latest fast-paced hip-hop single called ‘Power‘ (prod. Emkay).
Montgomery, Alabama-native Herm ‘Bugsy’ Calhoun aka Herm C, is a prolific emcee that has also lived in California and Atlanta. He is a musician that has that extra self-motivated attitude that is the only way to succeed in this flaky industry that can make you famous quick and also spit you out to the has-been dumpster in the same year.
With an electrifying beat that is a sparked up with production of the highest order from Emkay, Herm C destroys the competition with his signature OG style that slams the breaks on anyone that thinks they are the best in Alabama. He dices through the pack like a Najee Harris juke, stiff arm and burst through the seam for a 80 yard touchdown. This is an emcee with swag and juice.
Street stories are laced in plentiful and he is a man who feels like he parachutes in the club through the roof right into the booth. His hunger is highly noticeable as he is fully focused on the end goal and that is to be successful and not let anything or anyone distract him from greatness.
‘Power‘ from Alabama rapper Herm C is the type of raw track that makes you listen intently to each bar and appreciate the high skill level to constantly barrage the mic with such confidence. This is a man that seems to know the difference between money and power and he shows the world his lyrical delivery on this top notch single.
Stream this track on Soundcloud and see more about future projects on IG.
Christian and worship R&B artist Artist Mek has released her new praise-filled single ‘Number One’ – along with a music video.
Artist Mek shows her fans what it means to sing a song of praise in ‘Number One’. A delicately chorded piano sets up an R&B groove that feels inspired by the likes of early Destiny’s Child. Her vocal performance is equally inspiring as she powers through lyrics inspired by her faith and her own life.
It’s a track that’s sure to inspire those who believe in the power of faith, and it’s a nicely recorded piece – even if it doesn’t hit number one, you should still check it out.
Politically enraged, satirically honest and with an undoubtedly seductive voice, Sa’ra Charismata possesses quite an astonishing energy you wouldn’t want to hold down. That’s the opening image you need to bear in mind when you hit play on Hypocrites.
Loosely mirroring Pink’s powerful demeanor, or at least that’s how Sa’ra Charismata struck me, Hypocrites is a trap-y pop attack to a political propaganda we’re all victims of.
What could at first seem like a “girl power” anthem explodes into a wakeful uproar throughout the second verse and chorus where the light distortion in her vocals overdrive the whole feel of the track.
Join the protest by listening to Hypocrites on Youtube.