Host of Fresh-N-Guys podcast and founder of FNUP records , Zae Ewing from the city of Tampa releases a sultry record for the ladies called, “Gorgeous”. With a mix of trap and R&B, Zae Ewing croons over this melodic track that’s sure to strike a chord for the ladies out there. Featuring Corey Preston, he bursts his way in with his distinctive vocals, making his presence known on the track. “Gorgeous” serves as the first track to be released off his upcoming EP, that’s soon to be released. “Gorgeous” is an exuberant track that’s also enthralling enough to keep your attention.
With his popular podcast and now dipping into creating music, we’re excited to see what Ewing will do next.
Tampa has an incredible, hidden gem of an artist known as Jbrisko. He has made a buzz digitally by dropping consistent singles that have amassed over thousands of streams between SoundCloud, Spotify, Apple Music. The superstar just released his debut project titled “Midnight Dasher.” You will find features on the album by long-time collaborator Traap, on the song “Night Show” and with fellow Tampa heavy hitters CBane and Stp.Freddo on “Going Far.”
The album has nothing but hits! The beats are trappy yet more mellow, the album over all isn’t a “turn up” album but more so of a vibe. The replay value is fantastic and is sure to be a fan favorite. My personal favorite track on the project is “Skyfall.” Take the time to get to know this promising super star on the rise and stream “Midnight Dasher” on Spotify NOW!
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Chicago based artist Kurt Cocaine gives us something to look forward to during this self-isolation period with his new visual (Directed by Milky Made It) for his latest single “Dangerous.” The music video is his first release of the year, he plans to release a project by later this year. The single kicks off the spring of 2020 with a BANG! The music video has over 38k views since it’s release, showing a lot of promise for the rising star. Stay tuned for much more to come!
Remain3K (also know as Three King$) is a graphic designer that takes his artistry to the next level! Combining photography with cool, sharp and simple aesthetics, it’s has led him to work with some of the music industry’s best artists like 21 Savage, Yo Gotti, Migos, YFN Lucci, Blackbear and many more. He has been on the game since 2012 and is showing no signs of stopping any time soon – beginning his career in chicago later transitioning to Atlanta. Remaining innovative and forward moving is his forte. To check out his work please visit his website.
Knoxville, Tennessee artist D.Beezyjust released a new music video for his latest single “I Told Y’all” (Directed by AB Media). The single is part of his latest EP titled Distance, which was released last month. The track is a rags to riches tale – D.Beezy courageously facing his demons and surpassing his adversaries. He maintains his momentum during this self-isolation period by remaining focused on the bigger picture; this too shall pass. I urge you all to show this risng star some love by clicking the link above and watching the new music video for “I Told Y’all.”
Kyle McKenzie is a passionate, young filmmaker from West Palm Beach, Florida who moved out to Los Angeles immediately after graduating high school. He took the leap of faith to kick start his career and what a great choice it was; almost immediately he began working with big-scale clientele such as Adidas, Red Bull,MVMT, Ludacris, and Will Smith. “All my work is mostly done within the camera. The rawness from film gives it the look I’m going for when capturing a particular feeling, mood, or story. For video and photo, it is my go-to…” expressed Kyle in regards to his creative process. He specializes in producing images with color negative film and black & white. Check out some of his work above in the Ludacris msuic video for “All The Way Up” (Freestyle) in 4k.
Richmond, Virginia Rapper Mattress God has done it yet again with his latest single “Fresh Cut” produced by BEATGODSTACY – follow up single to the infamous “Heater” which put Mattress God on the map in the music scene in Richmond. You can describe his style to other well-known Southern acts such as Hoodrich Pablo Juan, Fat Trel and Lil Phat, his sound is something like that of Old-School’s Uncle Luke. Stay tuned for more to come from this quirky rapper.