From releasing his debut project “FFR” in early June,BLKCIVLNmember Juhasfallen decided to give his fans a little obscure glimpse into his newest visual “pre”. Not only does “pre” display a more in-depth lyricism throughout the track. The visual also shows the artist in a nonchalant state of mind which plays perfectly on both parts. Within the short visual, videographer/editor @74.97, captures Ju in an element where he sits & talks about his own take on his reality while being inside of avacant laundromat with flickering shades of black & blue lights surrounding him. Over the dope production by fried, the steady distorted sounds combine with Ju verses complement each other very well. With verses such as “I’m not a man of many words, it’s a shame that I’m a rapper. Selling water to the flood, they can’t step into my faction. N*ggas know just how it happened. I ain’t really with the cappin'” you can already acknowledge the play of words Ju uses in this track. Watch “pre.” above to get the full concept but make sure to take a listen to the recent summer project entitled “FFR”.
Florida as we know, is creating a huge noise for it self due to the wide-attention coming from the underground music scene. FWAY Entertainment thought it was time that Florida stepped it up & created a space where different photographers, videographers, bloggers, engineers, producers, creative directors, song writers and artists can link up & WORK. Not only is Culture Session aamazing idea but it’s definielty going to make a major impact on the underground music scene. Watch the intro video above to witness the first of many Culture Session. Enjoy
South Florida babe Cherele is way more than your average artist. From blessing us with her late project “Paradise Lost” & constantly delivering mesmerizing visuals such as “Vi$ions” & “Yetti,”. Cherele is making sure to claim her spot in hip-hop. With her new look & sound, we were more than happy to sit down and give you guys a little insight of whats going on with Cherele today.
Photographs by @KangieToThe
Who is Cherele?
Give me a day in the life of Cherele.
I wake up, thank God, and proceed to put energy towards my purposes.
Besides music, do you have any another passion that keeps you motivated?
Hard to say, but sources of motivation for me stem from love, nature, architecture, visual art, film. Things like that.
What drove you to start creating music?
I feel like it was just engrained in me. Since a child, I had a natural ability to make melodies and write lyrics.
What is your opinion about the uprising Florida underground music scene?
I think it’s beautiful. the scene has definitely evolved, and it
excites me to see all of the talent that’s coming out right now.
From moving to Florida to Atlanta, has the transition evolved your sound?
During the transition, I really evolved as a human and more importantly as a woman, so my sound reflects that.
“I wake up, thank God, and proceed to put energy towards my purposes.”
If you had to work with anyone (alive/deceased/local/mainstream/legends) who would it be and why?
I’d hit that Ye button real fast. And Missy Elliott as well. Maybe get Amy Winehouse on a hook. All different energies and creative minds I’d love to collide with.
After not releasing music for almost a year, do you think it leads you into a clear direction with your upcoming project?
I believe so. it allowed me to take a step back, grow, and find new inspiration. It was almost like I hit a refresh button.
What was the original concept behind your latest video “Yetti”?
The power of women and nature and how they both intertwine. We purposely cast 2 powerful creative women (love to Kangie and Dash Romero) to represent the different types of feminine energy.
What can we expect from your upcoming EP?
Expect a new experience, expect amazing production. LeMieuX and I always make magic together.
What message do you want to send out to any new coming artists who are searching for their own sound?
Don’t be too hard on yourself. be patient and allow the growth to happen naturally. Always remain in tune with your true self; that’s most important.
Miami native K.Charles looks to start off the Summer with a bang with his new single, “Comeback”. Instead of his usually flow, K.Charles fused some demonic type rock essence into the track which is sure to grab everyone’s attention.
On the day of the release, he later on tweeted “Haven’t Dropped A Track In Over A Year But I Promise It Was For A Reason. Ya Bump That Pressure“.
“Comeback” is the first official offering from his upcoming project God Speed dropping later this year. Stream the latest above.
“I expect anyone who’s listening to this project to find a track which correlates to their everyday life or struggle.”
After putting in a lot of work this year, 7Eighty6 member JackCheddah returns with his latest body of work entitled Biscayne Vol. 1. Complete with 8 tracks and all the vibes, the sole feature comes from fellow South Florida artist, SKBABYRUTH.
Speaking with the upcoming Miami artist to get a little more insight of the new release, JackCheddah stated that “The meaning behind the project was to set the vibes for the summer creating a wavy atmosphere for my city. Metro Boomin’ tweeted & he said whatever project you are doing make sure it’s some of the best music that your able to produce if it’s 10 tracks they all gotta be fire and that’s what inspired me to create Biscayne Vol 1.”
Press play and listen to Biscayne Vol. 1 above and hear the dope summer vibes pumping through your speakers.
Miami’s own Space Jam is making his debut on our pages with his latest visual “Tell Me Where.” Director NTRO4K made sure to capture Space Jam in a more mellow state while being joined by his lovely main lady, Le Cherry. From his futuristic tone, you can already tell that Space Jam is bringing something different to the underground South Florida music scene. Be sure to check out his previous EP The Pilot King Kenobi Vol. Iand watch “Tell Me Where” above.
An upcoming Broward artist emerges on the scene with a new hot visual entitled Stop Hating. He goes by the name Remy 99(don’t forget the “99” when you say it). Since rapping at a young age, 99 has been productive with his music and has been making noise ever since his “OOOUUU” freestyle in August. The visual shows 99 getting electrified with his crew, “Troubled Kampers” and they are repeatedly telling the disbelievers to simply Stop Hating ! You can clearly see that he doesn’t care about what others think and believes that he is bound for greatness. You should be on the look out for Remy 99 as from here on, but for now take a peep at his visual, “Stop Hating”.