Broward County-based Jamaican-American rapper King Kiloz recently dropped the fourth installment of his No Hype mixtape series and it’s not to be slept on. At 15 tracks in length, No Hype Vol. 4 is undoubtedly an ambitious display of Kiloz’ rapping abilities that prove he has potential for success. For those in search of new promising Broward talent, look no further.
PRODUCERS: GlockyCashOnly / Sydney In Theory ARTWORK: Unkle Luc
After dropping off Fine Marble, Miami artist GlockyCashOnly returns to Citrus Rap with new sounds. This time around, Glok recruits fellow South Floridian creatives Sunny Side collective (Sydney In Theory, JadedApe, Unkle Luc) and Caleb Kai for a lengthy track (over 12 minutes) that is both trippy and catchy. To anyone looking to get lost in a musical trance, look no further, as GlockyCashOnly’s latest jam, “Ain’t It Mama?,” is definitely one to catch a vibe to.
Fresh off of gracing the Red Bull Sound Select stage alongside buzzing artists Pell (New Orleans) and GoldLink (DMV) in his home city of Miami, Twelve’Len is undoubtedly on a high right now. Things are looking up for this Carol City native and South Florida favorite as more of the music industry tastemakers and like-minded fans abroad are starting to pay attention and show their support—which is always a great sign.
Right around the time of the show, Twelve took some time to hit the lab and capture a live rendition of his Nick León-produced “Girl From Nowhere” as part of his recent video series. With assistance on the boards from ULT Worldwide representative DJ Chief Pound, Twelve’Len was able to catch a vibe in his element throughout this memorable clip. Friends is available for purchase and streaming everywhere, and be sure to stay tuned for the next release from this very promising Florida artist.
Miami’s very own Denzel Curry just hopped on the remix to “Raw” by 20-year-old Atlanta rapper/singer Daye Jack alongside VA Beach native and 300 Ent artist DP. The song was produced by Mike Elizondo, who is a multi-instrumentalist responsible for songs like “In Da Club” by 50 Cent and “The Real Slim Shady” by Eminem as Dr. Dre’s co-producer and right-hand-man in the studio. Just like those classics, “Raw” is an undeniably hard-hitting record filled with gritty bars that make for a timeless hip hop sound. Daye (pronounced “die-yay,”) is gearing up to release an album titled No Data this year, with “Raw” being the first single.
You can’t slow Kidd Adamz down right now. The Miami artist is back again, returning with a new visual offering for his freestyle over “Skrt” directed by Ra Image. Be sure to also check out his “R2R”single featuring Kiddo Marv, which dropped last week. His project Fweagovelli coming later this Spring. Watch the latest visual above.
Upcoming Miami artist Kidd Adamz has been getting a lot of attention lately. He keeps the momentum going with the release of a new self-produced single, “R2R,” featuring Kiddo Marv. If you like what you hear, you can expect his full length debut Fweagovelli dropping later this Spring. stream the latest banger above.
Everything you need to make it in the music industry. WAKEUPSTAR’sannual workshop returns with an industry panel featuring thought leaders with knowledge in A&R, record labels, radio, digital media and entertainment law.
For the first time ever, they’ll also be hosting a music pitch competition with a few all-stars from previous UR lineups for a chance to get feedback from industry experts, and win an exclusive media prize package.
The fifth installment of your favorite indie showcase is back with a fresh lineup of never-before-booked acts, while they pay homeage to some of the top all-stars from the previous four editions.
Featuring curated live performances from S. Florida’s hottest and most talented rising stars and DJ sets to keep you vibing and dancing all night, you are bound to find your new favorites and must-have additions to your SoundCloud.
It’s Miami Music Week. You know WAKEUPSTAR couldn’t leave you without a fire ass party. Whether you’ve been rocking with them all evening, or looking for late night vibes, they’re going into the wee hours with the best hip hop, R&B, dancehall and more.
The spin kings Deejay SOS (Brickhouse) & Dreambillz (Grand Cafe) will hold you down and turn you up.