Miami rapper K1ng Zoe is out here trying to heal the world with his music.
In his music video for his debut single “Feel1ng Amazing,” the Miami rapper gives us a better perspective on his hustle. We see Zoe working hard as a mechanic while he pictures himself rollin’ in a black Maserati and living it up in a mansion.
“My music is inspirational and it is very relatable,” K1ng Zoe says about the song. “As people sing the lyrics to my songs, they have so much passion because it’s not just a good hook and a fire beat. It’s their life story! I say the things that people want to express, but aren’t sure how others will view them after it’s been said.”
The song stems from his new project Season of Revenge, which features a cameo from Miami legend Ice Billion Berg.
After the success of their inaugural live-streamed event last month, Rolling Loud has recruited more high-profile artists to hit the stage for a special event during Halloween weekend.
On Wednesday (Oct. 14), Rolling Loud announced the official line-up for their upcoming Halloween Loud Stream going down on Oct. 30 and Oct. 31. Gunna is set to headline Friday night while Trippie Redd will close out the event on Saturday. Get ready to catch performances from Robb Bank$, Danny Towers, Sukihana, Lil Pump, Young Dolph, K. Camp, Young Nudy and so much more live from your living room.
The live stream begins Oct. 30th at 6 p.m. on Twitch with hosts Druski, DJ Scheme, JenesisGiselle and DJ Five Venoms.
Rolling Loud’s action-packed Loud Streams are starting to become a hot commodity during the pandemic. Last month, Swae Lee and Ski Mask The Slump God served as the headliners of the first-ever Rolling Loud stream. They shared a stage with other artists like Pouya, Fat Nick, Smokepurpp, NLE Choppa, Lil Keed, Polo G, Lil Skies, StaySolidRocky and more.
Artist-Producer Neri rounds up his circle of talented vocalists for his new project.
For the past several weeks, the beat maker and songwriter released a handful of songs featuring rising singers from Broward and Dade Counties. Each record is packed with nostalgic melodies that will take any listener back to better days.
The first record we received from Neri, “Grind On Me,” kicks off by paying homage to Pretty Ricky and the Mavericks’ breakthrough single. The producer connects with Miami singer Zorenzo on the track, who croons over the bass-heavy instrumentals inspired by The-Dream’s “Falsetto.”
The next banger “Do Right” stems from 3LW’s 2000 song “No More (Baby I’ma Do Right).” Singers David Lyn and Seanetta Carson switch up the vibe of the record by throwing down their enticing vocals. Neri digs further into the past for “I Miss You” featuring Karena Clarke and Zorenzo. Melodies from The Fugee’s “Ready Or Not” linger in the background of Neri’s instrumental as both singers take turns dominating the record with their powerful vocals.
Neri closes out the project with “Heaven Sent” featuring Seanetta Carson. Although the hook is inspired by Keyshia Cole, the rest of the song gives us more insight on Seanetta’s love life.
Neri’s new collection of songs comes not long after he collaborated with Prez P for their Lost In Technology album and dropped his To Live ForXver EP. After dropping his third project of 2020, it’s safe to say that Neri’s extremely busy in the lab. Who knows what he’ll cook up next.
South Florida singer MaxKaella comes out swinging in her new jam “Money Dance.”
At the top of October, the Haitian entertainer raised in Port St. Lucie, Fla. dropped fresh, flamboyant visuals for her latest single. In the video directed by Darren Murphy, MaxKaella flaunts her beauty while spitting confident bars about her cash flow.
“I love being able to look and sound innocent or sweet but can also keep up with any other lyricist. I’d like to think of it as my Superpower,” MaxKaella said about her new video.
MaxKaella truly says it with her chest as she raps and croons over the catchy beat produced by Maji. Watch the video up top.
North Miami Beach’s own King Hoodie is slowly taking over the state with his god-like single.
In his song “Feels Like God,” Hoodie puts his city on his back and carries it with ease as he defends his block.
“The shit I plan, Gon’ make you see,” King Hoodie spits. “That I got plans to give you keys, Without no lock/Just feel the breeze, In off the top/Without no grease, I’m off the block/It’s NMB, Can’t put no stop to NMB.”
Since the song dropped back in April, Hoodie’s banger has been making its rounds throughout the state. “Feels Like God” recently hit the airwaves of 99 JAMZ in Miami after it debuted during Supa Cindy and Jill Strada’sSunday For The City show. There’s no telling where the song will end up next.
South Florida’s rising star Savannah Cristina returns with her revitalizing new project.
On Friday (Oct. 2), Savannah dropped off her new EP Self Care via Dollaz N Dealz Ent / Warner Records. The 7-track project shows Savannah’s fans how much she truly values herself, . From the intro track “Self Love” to the closing record “Self Care,” the Miami native flaunts the way she treats her mind, body and soul as a sacred temple while encouraging others to do the same.
Standout tracks like “Gold Mine” and “Doin Me” allow us to witness her fierce confidence over upbeat yet soothing instrumentals. Meanwhile, slower jams like “Healing” and “Find a Way” give us a more intimate look into her healing process for whatever life throws at her.
The project, which serves as the follow-up to Florida Girl, comes shortly after Savannah Cristina hosted ‘The Drive-In’ performance in North Miami. Back on Sept. 25, Savannah hit the stage for a rare drive-in concert featuring other talented artists like Tierra Traniece and Nemchel.
Listen to Savannah Christina’s Self Care EP up top.
Rick Ross isn’t a fan of Tory Lanez’s new project.
On Friday (Sept. 25), Rick Ross hit up his Instagram Story to share how he felt about Tory dropping his Daystar album. After remaining silent for over two months about what happened during a shooting involving him and Megan Thee Stallion, Tory Lanez dropped a 17-track album in which he addresses the situation in multiple songs. Ross believes Tory made the wrong move.
“Tory Lanez, poor decision, brother. Dropping that project,” Ross said in a video in his Instagram story. “Just out of respect for Breonna Taylor. Just out of respect for Breonna Taylor, brother. We gotta respect these sisters. That ain’t how you address the accusations you facing with the sister. That was a a poor choice, homie. You ain’t getting no money with that shit.”
Ross also accused Lanez of being insensitive to the plight of Black women like Megan and the late Breonna Taylor. In another post, Ross shows us a video of a new vehicle he “bought” for Tory. It turns out to be a white Smart car. “I heard your album went double-acrylic on DatPiff,” Ross wrote on the Instagram Story.
Prior to the album, Tory hadn’t said anything about his involvement with the shooting that happened in Los Angeles back in July. Following the incident, Lanez was arrested and charged with carrying a concealed weapon. He was released on bail shortly after his arrest. Since then, Megan Thee Stallion has gone on Instagram Live and claimed that Tory was the one who shot her.
Meanwhile, Tory didn’t waste time responding to Rozay. The Canadian rapper tweeted his thoughts about Ross’ posts.
“@RickRoss I respect u 2 much as a black man to disrespect you in these times, however I went out and marched 9 days strait for Breonna Taylor ..IN YOUR CITY …I didn’t see the ‘boss’ out there once ?…also stop tagging your endorsements in post about her . It’s a poor decision,” Tory wrote.