August 26, 2020
Fresh from the streets of Louisville, KY, Philly Blocks releases his highly anticipated EP entitled ‘Mr. 17th.’
The 6-track EP is narrated by DJ Murph and Ben Staxx with production from Bossman Rogerz, DP Beats, Cmplx, Mexiko Dro, AZ Beatz, PoloBoyShawty, and features Cino Fresh.
Philly Blocks comes hard with his A-game to deliver an epic piece of earmilk for Hip Hop enthusiasts. Stream ‘Mr. 17th’ and connect with Philly Blocks below on Twitter @phillyblocks.
August 14, 2020
K.Belle is a 19-year-old singer/songwriter with a passion for soul. Hailing from the Highbridge section of the Bronx, this charismatic singer /songwriter is classically and vocally trained since the age of 8 years old. K.Belle managed to combine stunning melodies with infectious grooves and edgy beats.
K.Belle has an eclectic twist. His music blurs the lines between modern R&B, trap, and neo-soul, going for a highly energetic approach with a lot of attitude. Check out tracks such as “I’ve Been”, one of his most recent releases.
K.Belle drops his newest release for the ladies entitled “Put Me On”, which carries an ode to the Tribe Called Quest classic, “Bonita Applebum”. The song is definitely a summer vibe for 2020.
“Put Me On” is out now on all digital streaming platforms.
August 13, 2020
Anybody from Texas and a fan of hip hop music knows that if you can get Lil Keke from the legendary Screwed Up Click then you’re going to have a classic Texas record. His body of work along with the likes of Z-Ro, Trae The Truth, Lil Flip, Big Moe, and others shifted the culture of Texas music. Add to it rising star Justin Case from Dope House and you’ve managed to create a record that transcends boundaries. Justin already amassed millions of views off of his song “Up There”.
That’s exactly what Fame Johnson (20/20 Vision Entertainment/MadMisfit) did with his release “Give It A Chance”. Pure drip for the ears and straight slab music for the soul! Since it’s release a few weeks ago, it’s quickly burning up the streaming platforms to the point where they can’t shoot the video fast enough and everyone wants to get on remix. Don’t take our word for it, Give It A Chance!
“Give It A Chance” is available on all digital streaming platforms.
All inquiries contact: Mazur@madmisfit.com
August 11, 2020
In July SINN released “Put Ya Seat Belt On”, the first single off his forthcoming ‘Know the Name Know the Difference’ album. This month he releases the 2nd single “No Frontin” produced by Chill Beatz.
SINN holds no bars and lets his guard down to express his commitment and love for his wife. He will do whatever it takes to keep her, with “no frontin”. Not only has he given her his last name, SINN vows to treasure her worth, and secure both her pockets and future. He’s no longer an ODB or a Clyde to the game, but don’t get it twisted SINN’s clever punchlines and wordplay will ring shots through your ears. Stream “No Frontin” and connect with SINN below.
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August 9, 2020
James Everett aka J Kristyle is the founder and operator of J Kristyle Management which currently represents Motivational Hip Hop Artist Money Matt: Mo Money, Nitti Blanco & VII. J Kristyle also represents models K.C Girl and Candi Clymaxx.
New to the management fold, J Kristyle has cut his teeth in the business wearing other hats such as promotional and marketing campaign curator for independent brands. Now crafting the sequel, J Kristyle is an intricate part of the arrangement and production of the forthcoming project “The Allstar Team Mixtape” which he’s assured everyone will land!
Spending his days connecting his artists to opportunities to build awareness of his brand and development as well, J Kristyle is in constant communication with popular DJs, promoters, tastemakers, and other executives alike.
Support Mo Money, Money Matt, Nitti Blanco, VII, K.C_Girl, Candi Clymaxx, and J Kristyle Management as a whole. Follow @J Kristyle Management for all updates on all social platforms.
August 8, 2020
Chicago’s Phor releases new project ‘Self Love’ today. Stream ‘Self Love,’ available everywhere now: http://hyperurl.co/streamSELFLOVE
August 3, 2020
The young, Jamaican New Yorker delivers a pulsating track the defines his moves regarding money, music, and women.
As a young artist taking over the NYC scene, The Real Simba pays no mind to those clapping their mouths and hating on him. Let them keep talking and move frantically while this young King is moving with heavy pockets lined with Gucci from head to toe.
The blend of knocking bass and striking trap tones are sure to have music enthusiasts worldwide shaking and moving through the streets right into the clubs. Watch “How I Move” and check out our exclusive interview below.
MJ: Give everyone a brief background on who Simba is.
Simba: “Simple Intellect Makes The Boy Amazing” I was born and raised in Jamaica and came here when I was about 7, so I have a big reggae influence. I landed in Mount Vernon where I fell in love with Hip Hop culture and since then I’ve been in love with music. I used to write poems then it evolved to songs, and a lot of my music is upbeat, fun, loving, inspirational, and really heartbreaking. I try to cover every aspect of me as a person and emotionally. But overall, I’m just a fun-loving kid from the ‘Ville with a dream, goal, passion, and drive.
MJ: You’re a young artist who created his own lane and carved a name for himself in the music industry. Talk about that ladder climb and some of your strategies along the way.
Simba: It’s tough to keep it real, it’s a lot of hard work and time that goes into my craft but also a lot of risks that must be taken. I’ve lost a lot of money from people saying they can do something that they never produced. Working with different personalities and balancing a social life is a struggle. but I devote my all to music because it’s my true passion.
MJ: What are some challenges and some perks coming up in an evolved realm of Hip Hop?
Simba: Hip Hop is more than music it’s a culture, it’s a group of people and a lifestyle. The genre is plagued by some violence, but I’ve shifted from that aspect and focused on fun up-tempo and inspirational music. Hip Hop made me who I am now and in turn, it allowed me to create and express my ideas, thoughts, and emotions.
MJ: I’ll get to what the fans want to know…”How I Move”, take us back to the thought, creation, production, to the final product of the single that is chart-topping!
Simba: Ohh man hahaha that was a good day I was actually in the club dancing and some girl came up to me with a bottle she literally said” I like how you move.” I kept saying that over and over because it was just so funny and crazy. Then later that week I heard a beat and those same words came back to me and that’s where it began and took off. I ended up writing the entire song that day. Now I’ve just been on the road working and promoting the track and video and I’ve been getting so much love.
MJ: What are some projects in the works or upcoming endeavors you can share?
Simba: I’ve got some good stuff coming for the people that support me as a person and my music. “Handle With Care “is an R&B project that I’m working on that’s going to really put people in their feelings. “Dreams of the Sky” is a mire motivation project but also very upbeat, raw, and gritty. There are some other secret projects I’m working on but y’all just going to have to stay tuned…