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New Reviews: SC4REAL, Stuart Lisbie, Ali Don, And K Davis The Hitman

New Reviews: SC4REAL, Stuart Lisbie, Ali Don, And K Davis The Hitman 21ST FLOOR – SC4REAL https://music.apple.com/us/album/hypermode/1531554659 Genre: Rap The producer/artist with versatility and style arrived on the scene with his mixtape entitled Shock Combat HD. With amazing beats and crafty lyrical content the project was able to receive over half a million plays on SoundCloud. The South Carolina native is what you call the perfect blend of the down South and the East coast music. With no concerns of fitting in,SC4Real brings his own style of music with confidence and a high level of cool. Review: 3/5 CAN’T KEEP MY DISTANCE – STUART LISBIE https://music.apple.com/us/album/cant-keep-my-distance-single/1544597073 Genre: R&B Stuart Lisbie’s latest release is the single Can’t Keep My Distance – available on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify and more. His amazing soulful voice has seen him work alongside Smiley Culture, perform at 10 Downing Street and tour internationally. Review: 4/5 LOVE T
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New Reviews: V, Kanti Chant, REALCITYFAME, and Richard McIntosh

  No Church on Sunday - V "This isn't rap, it's a Revolution", XLM+ Presents V of 40M! Born in the heart of Philadelphia - built in the dark trenches of the Carolinas, V aka the "Big M" embodies the belly of Black America while proudly representing the 40M camp and his people abroad.. Armed with dangerous punchlines and a "bop gifted by the Gods", the message of Black power is clear.. His trailblazing debut, No Church On Sunday, has been running it up since it release in late August.. Featured by Last Day Deaf, InSpot, NeonMusic, the Hollywood6, JussRuss, etc.. No Church on Sunday has done over 250K streams and counting followed by his latest release, Inferno, which is on par to do even bigger numbers since its release on "Election Day".. One thing is for sure.. With an introduction like this there's no question, XLM+ and V of 40M are taking the culture by firestorm! https://music.apple.com/us/album/no-church-on-sunday/152943

Interview with Carnival of Light

Here’s our interview with Carnival of Light. Their EP “I’ll Be Whoever You Want Me To Be” is available now. What’s your favorite part about making music? What are your goals within the music industry?:  “We love creating pieces of work that people can enjoy. It feels incredible to know that something that you made, something that is truly yours and very personal, is making people smile or lightening their mood. It’s also a great way to express ourselves and try to send a message that some people may find relatable.” What was the inspiration for your latest/upcoming song/album? :  “Actually, at first we just gathered what we believed to be our best songs at the time. It wasn’t until we put the EP together that we realized that there’s a sort of emotional string that connects every song in the form of an emotional roller coaster. The Overthinking saga provides a lot of tension, intensified by the topics present in the songs that lead to the conclusion of the saga. All of that happens jus

Interview with The Late Great Charlie Borski

Here’s our interview with The Late Great Charlie Borski. The Late Great Charlie Borski is a Theatrical Folk-Pop band based out of Los Angeles. What’s your favorite part about making music? What are your goals within the music industry?: “Music is such a mysteriously powerful thing. I love how we’re able to take stories and emotions from our own lives, put it into music, and then have it effect people who don’t even know us. And, obviously the energy you get from a room when you’re onstage is wonderful but then, the connections you get to make after a show with fans and with fellow musicians make that high from the stage even sweeter. We’re really lucky to all get along so well, so even when we’re working our asses off it still feels like hanging out with your best friends. I would say that our ultimate goal is to get our music into the hands of as many people as possible. Also, making a comfortable living off of music would be ideal. So many people dream of that “rockstar” status, and

Interview with Noah Singer

Here’s our interview with Noah Singer. Noah Singer is a R&B/Alternative/Pop artist from Jupiter, Florida. What’s your favorite part about making music? What are your goals within the music industry?: “My favorite part about making music is getting to express myself and my emotions through such an open platform. I get to share with the world how I am feeling and where I am at. I don’t have any goal other then getting my music out there and heard for the world to enjoy and relate their own lives too.” Which artists have had an influence on your music? Who’s music would you compare yours to?: “A ton of artists have influenced me but my main inspirations date back to Nat King Cole and Frank Sinatra, all the way to The Weeknd, Quinn XCII and Frank Ocean. I think my music is unique from other artists, but I think I would compare my style to Frank Ocean is his ability to sing many different genres and change the way his voice works for different types of songs.” What are you working on ri

Interview with Nia Ray - Artist Showcase

Here’s our interview with Nia Ray. Nia Ray is a R&B artist from Miami, Florida. What’s your favorite part about making music? What are your goals within the music industry?: “I love the entire process of making music, but I think my favorite part is when I write a song that’s just really genuine, and then I’m able to send it to a friend and they’re like, “I just cried.” My goals are just to be heard and be successful. I don’t necessarily need to sign with a label or get a bunch of awards, but to be a household name and to have at least one of those songs that almost everyone knows because they’ve heard it on the radio a million times.” Which artists have had an influence on your music? Who’s music would you compare yours to?: “I think my music has just been influenced by the music I listen to. I don’t keep anybody in mind when making music, but I am subconsciously influenced by the musical index I’ve created in my head. Aaliyah, Kehlani, Alicia Keys; I listen to a lot of R&B gi