First they delivered the debut single, now the Artists named GIRL and Kenzic present to you the visual for “FLY“! Directed by Kurt Wright, GIRL hops out the whip to Kenzic in showing off vocals, delivering the lyrics, the effortless swag, and of course bring the energy to their collaborative effort. GIRL is currently working on new projects to ensure that 2016 ends with her name in every playlist. With a catchy KeeRAB Records produced single out there, it’s now time to enjoy the video. Check it out below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
We’re crossing the seas for this one. Fresh out of the UK comes Recording Artist Lil Opy. This 17 year old has been making a name for himself lately thanks to his debut single, “Hold You Down” and today, we feature both the audio and visual of said tune. Directed by Amir and features popular UK Artist Paigey Cakey and rising Artist Oluwa Shimzie, this is aimed at young couples, those going through “Cuffing Season“, and those who are experiencing Summer love. With a feel good Production provided by Opy, this might be the soundtrack to many dates this year. In recent years we have seen a growth of African Artists as they’ve not only commanded a presence on the Afrobeat scene, but making their mark in Hip Hop, Dancehall, Reggae, Pop Music, and the various fusions of genres. Representing the Afro Allstars Collective, Lil Opy may just be one of those young Artists to look out for. Get yourself a “Bae” for this one. Check out the track and video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Don’t you just hate it when people owe you money? Today, Comedian Kyng Tavii dodges paying off his debt in his new “2 Grand” skit. If you’re familiar with Video Chatting you’d chuckle at Tavii’s method of avoiding his friend’s conversations about money. While the young Comedian has had his share of controversy lately, he still manages to churn out videos frequently on Youtube, and Instagram and enjoys a growing number of fans. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Producer Kris Karz’s “Kngly Live” is back with another one! Recently he teamed up with Florida/St. Louis based Singer Ludy for a mashup video which included a live version of her single “Onlyest“, and a cover of Roberta Flack/Lauryn Hill’s (Whichever Artist you prefer) “Killing Me Softly“. Shot by Daniel “DB” Russo and $andy $cribble$, this performance at done at the Monosonic Studios. With Karz on the keys, Ludy lets the vocals flow on the classic R&B single, and her buzzing single that I’ve managed to catch live at an Open Mic event in Miramar, Florida that was hosted by Jamaican Rapper Tazz (More on that later). To hear more of Ludy, check out her “Elephant In The Room” project, and for Kris Karz Productions, check out KnglyStudios.com. Watch the performance below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Montego Bay Rapper MoulaUE a.k.a. Moula Di Don is currently working on his brand new EP titled, “Bad Weather“. With no release date set yet, Moula starts his campaign off with a series of trailers. The first one features him in his element, smoking on the best herbs, and jotting down dope lines in notebooks. With the background Instrumental possibly giving us an idea of what will be demolished, Moula was never one to disappoint in his projects. Check out the trailer below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
The Jamaican Influence continues to flood media all across the World this year in various forms. Recently, Youtube launched their Youtube Music service along with a new Mobile App. To help promote the new ventures, they’ve released a series of Commercials featuring various real world themes with soundtracks provided by some popular Musicians. In their latest titled “Tina’s Theme“, Jamaica’s own Walshy Fire (Major Lazer) and Virginia based Reggae Band Machet provided the music with their “Naturally” single. The single was released in May and has been well received online since. It’s not just what we listen to, it’s who we are. Check out the Commercial and the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.