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Ayoo Cheveyo – “Comeupits” (@AyooCheveyo)

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Unbeknownst to most, the music scene out of Chicago contains way more than just rapid fire rhymes and Drill. The underground Hip Hop scene has been flourishing for years and only continues to grow. One of those artists emerging from within goes by the name of Ayoo Cheveyo. He just recently released the second installment behind the four part “Ayoo Cheveyo Presents” series. The concept all brewed from a screen play he wrote prior to the idea.

The album contains a whopping nineteen songs in total with standout cuts “The Block Forgot Him Longer” and “Rock Ya’ Body”. For “Comeupits”, Cheveyo paints true life scenarios inspired by his move from Chicago to Madison. We find him coming to terms with people and things he left behind there as well. Hip Hop heads and smokers will especially take a liking to Ayoo due in part to his easy going flow and airy production selections. Check it out for yourself and feel free to download a free copy of “Comeupits” afterwards.

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Star 2 – “Hollup Gurl”

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Born in a Thai refugee camp, Karen (Kuh-ren) from Burma moved to San Diego at the age of 5. Introduced to music by a musician uncle that lived with the family, The rising talent goes by Star 2. Influenced by artists such as Justin Bieber, Bruno and Luh Kel, Star 2’s concepts have been love and heartbreak.
 
“Hollup Girl” is Star 2’s first single and is accompanied by an animated video. This is the first single of the upcoming, untitled EP. The project will include features from Mar Mar Oso.
 
“I really appreciate all of the support!  Stay tuned – big things are coming!!” – Star 2
 
Produced by Chico Bennett, “Hollup Gurl” and the video shot by the Josh the Artist are now available on all streaming platforms.

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(Audio) Lomel – It’s Over @lomelsworld

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Lomel takes the breakup song in different directions with “It’s Over”

Massachusetts artist Lomel’s pain over a real-life breakup is tangible on his new track. “It’s Over” cuts straight to the heart lyrically, eschewing pretty sentimentality for the reality of divorce. Lomel sings about how amazing the relationship was while it lasted while also making no secret of the fact that even once-loving couples can come to detest the sight of each other, which rings true because of how real it is.

When speaking of the song, Lomel says, “I wrote this song thinking about the relationship me and my ex-wife had and how it’s all over now… I wanted to make sure anybody else going through something similar could relate.” The song reflects this desire, with production by Ian Christian that merges melancholic piano with soaring strings, all underscored by a strong beat, perfectly completing the way Lomel’s voice oscillates from melancholic yearning to serious confession. This is the perfect song to put on when thinking about a broken relationship. Lomel might want to help listeners move on, but “It’s Over” proves that he’s a musician people should stick around for.

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