Raised in Dallas, Texas Bran Movay sets the mood with his latest single, “Airbnb”, featuring Ronnie Quest. A perfect record to play with your current Quarantine-Bae, to spice up your evening. “Airbnb” is seductive and charming, that’s full of sensuality. The Dallas raised artist tries his best to persuade his significant other to take things slow and imagine them together on a romantic escape. It’s a song that speaks on taking time with each other and cherishing the moment. There’s no need to rush. The song was co-produced by Bran and Ronnie Quest, “Airbnb” sounds lavish and smooth, that’s a perfect addition for your bedroom playlist.
About the song, Bran Movay tells us: “With writing “Airbnb,” I wanted to imagine how things could be with someone you love when you both slow everything down, focus on one another, and enjoy all the new moments in that ‘honeymoon’ stage. So the song talks about doing things right and getting an Airbnb with your boo!”
Nonetheless, Bran Movay is a descendant of neo-soul and hip-hop that fits well with the modern day sound of R&B. Check out his enticing video directed by director duo Jocelyn Woods and Aamir Khuller, the video takes you through a day-dream where Bran serenades his lover inside their luxurious airbnb. This latest single is just an appetizer to whats to come for his upcoming EP that’s set to release in April.
Based in Honolulu, Hawaii, the homies Lit and Beyond curated a special playlist highlighting the different sounds and genres of music from Florida. Sponsored by us, the playlist features artists who have been putting Florida on their back. These artists who live and breathe the life of Florida. This playlist, gives a glimpse of the Florida lifestyle.
The playlist features artists such as Denzel Curry, a Twelve’Len, Betty Dawl, Savannah Cristina, XXXTENTACTION, and so much more. This playlist will be updated regularly, so just put it on shuffle and vibe out.
Xali has released a new music video for his latest single, “Big Sleep” and it’s undeniably great. The Broward County artist makes a return to remind us to never sleep on his artistry. On “Big Sleep”, Xali’s penmanship speaks for it’s self. It’s an ode to say to never take his lyricism along with his sound for granted. Although Xali’s skill has always been top-notch, this new record shows that he’s evolved.
Over light piano keys and a subtle soulful sample, the Xali is a God on the mic. The video was directed by Flowercop whose been very as of late. He’s also done for a number of other artists such as Twelve’len for his “Loyal” video.
The last living hot boy, Sunny Fritz finally releases his explosive EP, B.O.M.B.S. It’s a concise 5-song project that gets straight to the point. With 2 years in the making, Sunny Fritz’s newest EP is a fast-paced ride that’s exhilarating and exciting. Each song is full of mean-mugging lyrics that’s in your face that feels real. Sunny Fritz delivers a concise project that’ll keep us on our toes and wanting more.
If you haven’t already check out his latest music video for “Stars Align”.
Hip hop is in an amazing place. Over the years it’s grown different branches within itself, displaying different styles and sounds. In the last couple of years, women of Hip hop have finally been getting the recognition of being relentless MCs as their male-counterpart. To further the resurgence, Layomi The Tampa Baes from Lunchmoney Records deliver a fun and eclectic song and video for “No Apologies”.
Composed of OG Layla Johnson and Naomi Bravo, the R&B/Hip-Hop duo serves up an unapologetic record that speaks volume of knowing self-worth and loving yourself. Putting yourself first within a relationship and knowing when to exit a toxic one is the message behind “No apologies”. Produced by Lunchmoney Lewis and Dave Diem, the bubblegum-trap record is confident and flavorful just as the video. It’s a load of flavors that resemble a pack of starbursts. OG Layla Johnson, delivers a valiant rap verse while Naomi gives us her soothing vocals that’s makes the hook irresistible.
Consequently, Layomi The Tampa Baes poses as women who are fierce, self-assured and goddesses of the 813 area. “No apologies” is an amusing anthem of self-assurance knowing your value. A for sure bop that can easily be set on repeat for the rest of 2020 and years to come.
The North Carolina artist, Austin Royale makes a return with his latest single, “Wish You Well”. Produced by David Protas, The North Carolina artist takes a different route this time around with his sound. In contrast, to “Problems” that was released last year, “Wish You Well” is a serene psalm. Inspired by Nirvana and Kid Cudi’s Speedin’ Bullet to Heaven, Royale steps into a introspective state where the song is very personal and vulnerable.
With it’s subtle and moving guitar tones, “Wish You Well” becomes a emotional record and shows Austin Royale is a versatile artist that can’t fit into a box.
Be sure to check the music video for “Wish You Well” as well.
The 109house duo, Gat$ & Big Kaino come together to drop an absolute haymaker on our heads with their new track, “GURNING”.
Both tampa artist did what had to be done on this track. Gat$ leaves a verse that scorches the record, while Kaino comes in to cause more mayhem. The two members of 109house showcase their undeniable talents together. This was a collaboration that the streets been waiting on and they delivered. In addition with Santiagopurp behind the boards, he adds he own flavor that makes the track a complete package. “GURNING” becomes a 3-piece combo meal that leaves you wanting more.
Stream “GURNING” now as the streaming revenue will be donated to fight the Australia wildfires.