Posts bySaif Alavi

Dejhare’s New Single Shines On Life “Without You”

Dejhare was a corporate woman who discovered her passion for musical creativity while working in her enclosed office space. Dejhare savors the sounds of R&B, Soft Rock, and World Beat, but her penmanship comes from the edifice of Blues music. After a slew of singles, Dejhare recently released her newest single titled “Without You”. “Without
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“Ride” Along With LAPP’s Latest Single

Equipped mainly with his sorrowful piano chords and yearning vocals, LAPP introduced the last, rainy April weekend with a single and an EP. The single, entitled ‘Ride,’ matches the somber ambiance of the recent weather perfectly. London seems to be pouring out artists with an ear for soulful incantations and the collective spirit of the
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ITSOKAYTOCRY Releases Single “Bi-Polar Freestyle”

ITSOKAYTOCRY is tatted to the brim with Gothic emblems and sentiments. Holding that type of character on Hip-Hop’s platform would have been something probably mocked or abandoned around fifteen years ago. Now, it’s a fad that people from the stretches of the northern city and the suburban stretches can pursue without rabid ostracisation. “Bi-Polar Freestyle”
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Strick – See You When I Land

Any musician to land a connection with the Trap martyr, Young Thug, has unlocked their potential for musical infamy. Young Thug is one of the Trap artists who have opened their doors for students to study the music that reaches youth of nearly every personality. Strick is a student of Young Thug that has garnered
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Ph4de “Don’t Say Much” In New Single

The South is where the Hip-Hop’s focus is situated at now. After 2010, figures from Atlanta, Georgia, such as Mike WiLL Made-It , Lil Yachty, and the venerable Gucci Mane. The South cultivated the scene that Hip-Hop is demonstrating today. This scene includes the concentration on hard, punishing bass sounds filled to the brim with
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Just Rese gets our “HIPS” moving with new EP.

One of the most powerful aspects of Hip-Hop is how fluid the genre can be. Hip-Hop has the viscosity to sound soulful and soothing, or warped into a menacing piece of gritty street representation. Hip-Hop songs can be made into dance plays, activist demonstrations, urban pantomimes, or rambunctious thrash bangers. Through this ability comes the
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