Blvk H3ro has been toiling hard over these past few years to get here. With numerous singles, projects, and stage performances, he finally releases his debut album, “The Immortal Steppa“. Released through DubShot Records/BHM, we get 14 tracks that aims to capture the world’s attention. With production from Dennis “Greatest” Hamilton, The Grei Show, Kris Karz, Palace Pikney, SNR, JLL, BoomDraw, Kone, Wavy Jones, Bastido, Alexandre Hostein, and Guerilla Music Productions, Blvk gets assistance for his lyrics that’ll have you thinking, moving, and enjoying yourself. With influences from Stevie Wonder (whose “Superstition” track he covers), Michael Jackson (he sampled on “M.A.R.Y.“), Marijuana, and Rastafari, Blvk called in IOTOSH, Leno Banton, and Royal Blu to join in on the exhibition of great music. For those thinking that the project would completely have all new music, the favourites “H3rb“, “M.A.R.Y.“, and “SkyDive” off “The H3rb Connoisseur” were added. Congratulations to Blvk H3ro on reaching this far in his career. Artwork by Richard Nattoo, check out the project below, and share with a friend. Show us some love/follow us on Twitter and Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.
As 2018 comes to a close, we look back at a few songs that were favourites on the Blog for the year. While we can’t name EVERY one, we’ll give you 10 (in no particular order so hold off on the ego) to reminisce on, or get familiar with.
Yanah said she’s not catching feelings this year, and her track “Doe Try Me” is featured in our “2018 Faves“! For those who don’t like their time being wasted by empty words, this JLL produced track made its rounds on the scene this year, and should be in your collection! Check out the track below, and share with a friend. Show us some love/follow us on Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.
As this Blog’s title states, don’t pass up on Jane MacGizmo. Featured earlier this year in our Female Artists to watch out for list, we stay tuned to hear what she’ll drop with her blend of Dancehall, Reggae, and Pop Music. Today, she unleashes the new single, “One Away“. With JLL and TeflonZincFence commanding the sound on this one, Jane keeps telling her love interest to stop playing around and treat her like a snack, the meal, and the ultimate gift. When it’s time, it’s time, stop ramp yute! Tune in to Jane’s latest single by listening below, and show us some love on Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.
This one is for all the lovers! After dropping the lyric video in February, Dancehall Singjay Kranium gives us the visual for “No Odda“. Directed by Walu, Kranium looks back at the first time he met his special lady, and highlighting a few moments together including a time he got in trouble with some female fans. Shout out to JLL Prod. and Producedbykrs for working on this one! A tune that is dedicated to the one that holds it down when “no odda” one was, check it out below. While you’re here, show us some love on Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.
Today we have a newcomer by the name of Sara Bloom. Hearing her voice, she might be on your radar in no time. Teaming up with known Producer JLL, she delivers her debut single, “Wanna Know” (download here). A jazzy number, Sara rides the production effortlessly as she has a one on one talk with her love interest. Feelings play a big part in any relationship, and when one party starts showing them, the other can accept them and share their own, or hit the door. Feed her curiosity, let her know what’s up. A smooth debut from Sara Bloom, give it a listen below and follow us on Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.
As 2017 comes to a close, we look back at a few songs that were favourites on the Blog for the year. While we can’t name EVERY one, we’ll give you 5 (in no particular order so hold off on the ego) to reminisce on, or get familiar with.
Starting at #5, is “Meanwhile” by the duo of Recording Artists Leno Banton and Royal Blu. Produced by JLL, the track was released in March and features the Artists going bar for bar, and pound for pound like two Heavyweight contenders in the ring. With a mix of lyrics, flows and melodies from the two, it would’ve been nice to get a collaborative EP from them next year (hint hint). Artwork provided by Paige Zxmbie and Khari Kamau. Bless up, check out “Meanwhile” below.