AB will get you in the mood for some dancing, and some loving. She is fun, freaky, faithful and bold. Her voice is unapologetic, and her attitude is not to be f*cked with. Coming from Dominican descendants, AB was born and raised in Connecticut but left after her first year
King Ajibade was crowned with a name that translates to “one that wakes into royalty” and it is this fusion producers sole intention to uphold his royal Yoruba heritage by bridging Caribbean, African, Latin and Pop with his majestic gift for music.
A Nigerian native, Ajibade hails from the bustling
YFN Lucci recently reached a career milestone when he peaked at #1 on the Urban radio charts with "Key To The Streets" featuring Migos and Trouble. Although the success tastes sweet, the Think It's A Game rapper won't be caught taking his foot of the pedal as he continues to
Kansas City, MO artist, songwriter, and producer continues making strides. His camp is on a steady campaign pushing his latest track "Royal Blue".
Atlanta artist Marco Lavell's track "Special", off his EP "Just Be Great " is catching the attention of many ears.
Speaking to the ladies, Marco keeps the flame lit on this track.
Trouble is on a roll. After creating one of the best projects of 2016, Trouble has spent most of the year promoting his superb standout Skoobzilla mixtape. Consistently releasing videos and performing his high energy live shows throughout the southeast, it seemed like Trouble was simply riding the wave of
No one expected this from New York City rapper Manolo Rose. Recently dropping a fire collaboration with Dave East, produced by Fame School Slim, titled Monopoly.
This joint is definitely speaking to the ladies, and speaking on keeping it real with the real ones.
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