BLAISE, a fresh addition to the team at Atlantic Records, has shared his latest, “Aw Yeah.”
The single, which was produced by his labelmate Whethan, shows off his lyrical talents, which he first began fostering by writing for other artists at the start of his blossoming career.
Of the track, BLAISE shares, “With the amount of music I’ve written over the past year or two, I don’t know where to start.. So I guess this first one is just to get things going. Thank you to everyone who supports me and helps create these songs. Day ones only, good luck have fun!”
Impressively, the Los Angeles-based rapper and songwriter has only been releasing his own music for little under 12 months now. Based on the buzz he has garnered since, and given how his catalog is steadily growing track-by-track, fans will be better getting to know BLAISE in the hopeful days ahead.
Check out his latest, “Aw Yeah,” above.
In celebration of Record Store Day, Ohio-based funk/soul label Colemine Records and Brooklyn-based indie hip-hop label Coalmine Records have joined forces to release a limited edition 7-inch 45 titled, “Head Above Water.”
The collaborative label release features a new track from The Rugged Nuggets on Side A, with Small Professor flipping the track on Side B. The latter features verses from Smoke DZA, Fly Anakin and Blu, with DJ Revolution handling the cuts. Joe Buck also handled artwork for what is sure to become a collector’s item for fans of independent hip-hip and Record Store Day alike.
Get all the details about how to purchase the limited edition vinyl here and check out the music above.
Last year, Harlem rapper Ro Ransom emerged to the forefront of the music industry’s “must watch” lists, with his Momentum EP since garnering over 22 million streams on Spotify, impressively since its October 2017 release.
Since the project dropped, the self-proclaimed Mystery Boy has been keeping busy in the studio, this weekend sharing his latest single, “Floetry.” The track, which features vocalist Kensei Abbot, shouts out Kelis and Lady Gaga, telling a tale of success, lust and, at the end of the day, just being human.
Of the song, Ro says, “I love this record. The bounce is crazy, my voice is irresistible and Kensei is just so much fun. Enjoy yourself a little! Mystery Boy has spoken."
Check it out above.
After garnering the attention of many new ears with the release of her debut single “The Real Thing Don’t Change,” which broke the Top 40 on the Urban AC chart this past fall, singer Porcelan returns with new music.
Her sophomore single, “Lois Lane,” is a beautiful offering, exploring the emotional space and vulnerability that new love brings.
Of the track, Porcelan says, “Every woman wants a strong man in their lives that makes her feel secure. The ideal fantasy is to be swept off your feet and protected by a strong man who will rescue you from anything that can bring you harm, and Superman’s love for Lois Lane symbolizes that.”
Check it out above.