Neighborhood Rap Legend! The Crestmont (PA) Commissioner, Guap Millz brings cadence and versatility. With the rising County rap scene bubbling like a Seafood boil Guap is the Old Bay, garlic, and lemon zest. Bouncy flows mixed with witty punch lines and hidden messages sprinkled throughout. Guap brings this and so much more to the Hip-Hop Cultre.
In the music video for Guap’s debut single “Smack Down” you will see Guap accompanied by the Beautiful Model Amber Romance. Making way thru the city of Philadelphia, Guap delivers his bars in an almost orderly fashion. With Everlasting flows Guap lays the smack down as the song title suggests.
It's funny that I'm here writing this, because before I discovered KiD CuDi's Soundtrack 2 My Life, I didn't like rap or hip hop at all. I was about 15 then, and it changed my life in more ways than I'm sure I'm giving credit for. My biggest take away, was the knowledge that anyone could take their pain, and turn it into power with music. I had a lot of anxiety growing up, and writing music became a therapy of sorts for me. I never contemplated taking it seriously, but I realized as I made my way through life music was one of the few things that's remained consistent. I decided around the beginning of the pandemic last year that I didn't just want music to be my therapy anymore. I wanted it to become my livelihood. I wanted to spend my days doing things I loved, with people that had my back, so the work started. I started saving up for equipment, and buying them piece by piece till I could do whatever I wanted creatively without having to rely on others. Fast forward about a year or so, and I've been making great connections with local artists and surrounding myself with motivated people, that I'm super appreciative to have in my circle.
When people see this music video, there's probably a lot of questions and for good reason. Why's he wearing a mask? Why's he got Mike's Hard Lemonade in his video? I get people asking those kind of questions. I was born with the Mask, and I am the Mask. It's a symbol, and not just for mischief. The music I want to make is bigger than my own individuality. I want to be a voice for people falling on hard times like KiD CuDi was for me, but in my own way. The music video for YKTV wasn't even planned out, it was just a genuine moment between friends at a fire and I felt I needed to capture it. Hopefully that's how people begin to perceive my music, as i progress more as an artist. The only thing I know for sure, is that BIG change is coming.
I am a Producer/Christian Hip Hop Artist from Cleveland, Ohio. I’ve been making music since I can remember at an early, early age... making beats and secular music. I grew up in the church, being a musician, leading services, hearing Gods word but never had any interest to make music for God until one day, late 2015, I decided to just put it all on the table, switch my life around and the type of music I was making.
Once I did that God started opening doors I was trying to open on my own. Not having to pay for things like radio interviews, DJ,s Spins, shows etc...
They were coming to me... a lot of things I was trying to partake cost alot of money some ranging from $1,500 and above, but once I switched my lifestyle and my music these same individuals I was trying to contact were contacting me to do something free of charge that’s how I knew this is what God wanted me to do. The following year 2016 I was nominated for “BEST NEW MALE ARTIST” at the IAMHIPHOPAWARDS in Cleveland, OH. I’ve had many label deal opportunities nothing major, and nothing that sat right and my soul to go forward with.
I’m currently married, been married for 5 years now, beautiful wife and 3 children. I just became a Minister earlier this year 2021. My biggest goal and dream is to build a relationship with my favorite Christian Artist KB and possibly be apart of his family HGA (His Glory Alone). While at the same time starting a label in Cleveland, OH that could be so huge it gets compared to DefJam.
I believe Cleveland needs that type of label for all the talented artists we have here in the city and so these same artists can stop feeling like they have to move to make it. That’s my dream, is it Gods will idk... but I won’t give up until God says otherwise. ‘Ready For War’ is the intro song off my recently released mixtape “ALL IN”.
A few of My inspirations are Lupe Fiasco, KB, Timbaland, Swoope, J.Cole, Pharrell, Kanye West
I performed in many churches, festivals & events around Cleveland and Ohio.
I traveled to Atlanta to do a radio interview
I performed in Brockton, MA
Janine The Machine is looking snatched. Sure, she’s been working hard in the gym – but it’s not just her fitness levels that are on the come-up. She’s headed to new heights with her new workout anthem-celebrating self-love, confidence, and body positivity. And everyone is taking notice.
In the gym or the recording studio, Janine The Machine knows all about technique. Infectious melodies, perfectly timed cadences, memorable lyrics, and a signature style: everything that pop stardom requires, she’s got it all. So when she tells us that she’s working on her snatch, as she does on the hook of her latest single, Janine’s not just talking about physical fitness. She’s also referring to the work she’s put in as an up-and-coming artist positioning herself to rise to the top. On “Snatched,” she does it all: she raps, sings, delivers an insanely catchy hook, she teases, she boasts, she captivates and fascinates from start to finish. While “Snatched” builds on the success of her recent tracks, it’s also the most irresistible, straightforward pop song she’s ever cut. And in case it isn’t clear, the song also makes her love for fitness and self-care manifest: she gives a shout-out to yoga and pilates, while promoting body positivity with lines like: “And that scale gets no love / We already know what’s up / Forget that number, baby I’m in my zone.”
The result? An anthem for hard work and achievement, that provides the soundtrack to whatever grind you happen to be on. And should you want to hit the weight room or get in some cardio, it’s hard to imagine a song that’d suit your workout any better.
Naturally, the clip for “Snatched” catches Janine The Machine in the gym. But this is no grubby training center crammed with rusty equipment; no, Janine’s fitness center is gleaming white, well-lit, and filled with beautiful women who clearly know their way around a gym floor. They’re also dressed in some of the most outrageous and sexy workout gear you’ll ever see in a workout: Glitter lips, liquid gold bodysuits, neon spandex, color-coordinated towels and sky-high platforms reminiscent of the Spice Girls. Janine may be sweating, but she never loses her sense of style.
Artist K Benz out of New York is ready to take the music industry by storm with his melodic flows and unique sound. Being just 16 years old he realizes that he is only just warming up for the great things he will accomplish in the future. As a new artist on the scene he is looking to capitalize on his music videos and social media content that will help grow his supportive fan base. K Benz has experience performing in front of crowds and judges as he has participated in multiple events that showcase young talent. His sound is very different from many others from his area as he merges a melodic flow with the New York flow that has been making major waves in the industry during recent times. Artists like Lil Tjay and A Boogie can be compared to K Benz’s melodic sound however K Benz’s unique spin on such melodies make for great music. As strong as K Benz is melodically, he is just as strong at making heavily lyric driven music. He is currently focusing on promoting his music extensively to reach ears all over the world.
Rose Venom is the artist name that came to me when I was releasing my first track; Gentle and subtle as a flower, but with venomous capabilities; Makes me feel like a villain and superhero all at the same time. Music has always been my go to for anything, whether I am sad or happy, there’s music out there to fit any mood and emotion. I have been working on music with my brother, who has produced several songs for me as well as a few other local artists and I feel that being able to share the love for music made our bond stronger.
When I wrote the lyrics for “So Blue” I thought of it as a damaged love story, but one that had two sides. I reached out to my good friend and local artist Vic (Toast) and after he heard the song, he immediately came back with a recorded verse. Vic and I work very well together and we always make the best of the situation; we shot the video during icu conditions in 25 degree weather, but with the chemistry and professional bond, it flowed nicely. I wanted a video that was simple, yet one that portrayed the message of the song. This song was released together with another one of my most favorite projects “roses have thorns”.
My biggest influences in music is Billie Eilish, Sia, Halsey, G Eazy, Eminem and a few others. Lyrics are very important to me because that’s what tells the story, but you have to have a beat that matches your vibe too.
One of my favorite songs is by Sia “Bird Set Free” because that song motivates me and pushes me to continue doing what I love despite what others may think. As she sings, “And I don't care if I sing off key
I find myself in my melodies; I sing for love, I sing for me
I shout it out like a bird set free.”
Currently I am working on a project “Stars are falling” with Toast. On this project we collaborated with Chris Adams to produce the song as well as Austin Leeds who will mix and master the final version. I find that the diversity among artists/producers, makes a project that much better.
I appreciate all of the time and effort that anyone puts into my project or into working with me. I can say without a doubt that music is life.
Snowstorm Shorty is the first single from Los Angeles based singer/rapper Cat Clark’s highly anticipated Extended Play “Hurts to Love.” The project is set to drop late February, produced solely by artist/producer Butch Yung. Snowstorm Shorty marks Cat’s personal relationship with female empowerment. It’s about feeling yourself, having confidence and walking with your own shine despite what others may think about you.
Cat Clark grew up competing as a professional surfer, and translated this competitive spirit into her songwriting and music. Focusing on ghostwriting for a majority of her years in Los Angeles, she has decided to make the switch to attacking the industry as a solo artist, finding a greater purpose in telling her own story. Expect many releases from this artist in 2020.
Born in the Bronx and raised In Allentown Pa . I always had a love for music since a young age but I was always too shy to come out and actually start rapping. Until I went to the studio for the first time and actually heard myself. I wasn’t good at first but I knew I had to keep grinding to get my sound and when I found it I took advantage . My major influences is definitely Jay Critch , Lil Durk , and Lil Baby. I’m working on a EP I’m giving ya straight heat and music from the heart I want to show people that no matter who you are follow your dreams whatever it is follow it can’t nobody tell you that you can’t ! Theres some performances coming soon I don’t wanna speak on that too much but ya should know the vibes .I also got another single out now “Ambition” feat Parallel let me know if you rocking with my music and give me a follow @1300flock I got so much music for you guys I hope you guys appreciate it as much as I do. I work hard every day to make sure the quality of my music is on point .
Sketched and invented. “Spyda King” (Michael Douglas Castro) I Started my music career shortly after my tattoo career at the age of 13 I made myself a household name in the neighborhood, just playing around with music his friends pushed him to take it serious and now here we are with hit after hit after hit all around artist and with multiple skills, who wouldn’t wanna work with me?
Born and raised in East New York Brooklyn shoot or die the heart of the crime, a bad place to live. It’s either you make it out or die or end up behind bars. Gang banging and catching charges was one thing but music and tattoos was a savior. Music became 2nd nature and ended up creating my own music label. Here is when GBA the label (Guilty By Association) was created and started building my platform with new artist, the best of the best that I knew and found. From here we are moving fast and have so much upcoming music, videos, shows, meet and greats, tattoo parties and so much more. I am a multitalented independent individual that has learned so many fields of work to become the best manager at my game on my own platform and things are actually doing amazing for my artist and I. Racking in 39K streams on Spotify in 2 weeks and 41K in 2 days on a new video drop on YouTube “FADED MEMORIES”. FADED MEMORIES by “Spyda King” remix featuring (BigBop) inspired by the late and great Lil Peep R.I.P was written at a very low point in life and kept in mind for a very long time, this and much more to come shall keep his legacy alive with all of us, feel overwhelmed? Feeling down? Or just wanna kick back and relax? This is the perfect song for you, this is just one of many hits to come plus verification on google as an artist as well. Starting off my official management and digital marketing services for Spotify and YouTube.
Well what can we say about local Denver artist Knwlxdge that hasn’t been said. In his new single titled “Guiding Light” he give us a insight into his reality on various levels. He speaks boldly on his stutter that most will shy away from. Combined with his excellent lyricism, and the way he put his words together compounding metaphors, similes, schemes and all out honestly, this is definitely a timeless track. In this day and time where artist are mimicking one other, Knwlxdge holds true to himself by standing out amongst the crowd and having his own sound. For more of his music, follow his Instagram @Freedomteam12 and subscribe to his YouTube channel (Knwlxdge L)
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