Keeping the buzz going for his upcoming summer album, Madison Jay drops the Dogg Pound (Freestyle). For week 3 of the rollout, Madison picks the Sooo Much Style track off the 1995 Dogg Pound classic Dogg Food album. This track is merely a lyrical exercise for the veteran wordsmith. As part of the reboot of his Trapped In The 90’s series the Carolina MC already released the Mo Freestyle and Carolina’s Finest Freestyle. Continue to look for more freestyle this month on Sunday. Keep up with @TheMadisonJay on all social media platforms and check out the official audio below.
Radamiz Drops New Single “The Monk’s Ferrari”
BK spitter Radamiz readies fans and critics alike ahead of his forthcoming album El Duende! with the Verde Madera-produced collaboration “The Monk’s Ferrari.” The brand new track follows the FifthGod-directed visual for the NYC natives Dom McLennon & Wiki-assisted cut “Big Pharma,” taken off his well-received Gnashing, Teeth project, and successfully sets the tone for future supporting singles.
“This is the first song Verde Madera and I are releasing together after building a 10-year friendship. The title comes from a book that was at our AirBnB in Topanga called The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari. Verde had just made those two beats the morning I showed up and when I heard them, we decided to merge them before I added my vocals. I knew we had something special immediately. Verde was also the graphic designer for my last 3-song EP 3 Days Outside Your Body, so it really all is serendipitous,” says the talented lyricist in an exclusive press statement given to Medium Creative Agency.
If the soul could be translated, its imprint pressed into wax or reverberated through speakers, Bedstuy-born wordsmith Radamiz is the kind of artist who would dedicate himself to the pursuit of such a legacy. Radamiz is from the New York City borough of Brooklyn where his music, an effervescent mix of sensitive poetic musings and the braggadocious wanderings of an expansive mind, leaves no philosophical stone unturned. Yet for all his complex inner musings, the 30-year-old’s true gift is his ability to see himself in others, and then translate the unspoken dreams, fears, failures, victories, and a litany of other emotions that swirl together to create the human experience.
Press play on “The Monk’s Ferrari” below via your DSP of choice, compliments of Big Enough Home / STEM, and follow Radamiz on IG.
(Audio) Darius Martin – “Sparks Don’t Fly” @DoorwaysVA
R&B meets pop sensation Darius Martin releases the new single “Sparks Don’t Fly” featuring Latin singer-songwriter Shantal Vella. The single is a powerful profile on the damaging effects of abusive relationships, offering an intimate window inside the emotional toll it takes on two hearts.
Teaming up with the esteemed non-profit, Doorways, and ahead of October Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Darius Martin is thrilled to amplify awareness and generate funds with his new single, “Sparks Don’t Fly”. Serving the Arlington, Virginia, community, Doorways extends comprehensive support to survivors, providing housing, counseling, court advocacy, and more. With a 24/7 hotline and a robust community outreach program, Doorways stands firmly with survivors. Darius Martin is proud to drive impactful change with this new release.
“Sparks Don’t Fly” blends melodic cascades of percussion with an emotive vocal symphony shared between Darius Martin and Shantal Vella. Over subtle, refined beats, “Sparks Don’t Fly” will immerse you in a lyrically tender narrative, bringing awareness towards domestic violence. Darius Martin admits, “I wanted people who have been in abusive relationships to know they’re not alone.” “Sparks Don’t Fly” is a courageous story of experiencing a heartbreaking connection and losing sight of love.
Darius Martin made the jump to LA from his childhood roots in El Paso, Texas and Alamogordo, New Mexico. He is a multi-faceted creative with a degree from the acclaimed Los Angeles Film Institute. His music tows the line between R&B and pop with decadently abstract sonics reigned in by anthemic hooks. Darius Martin has received acclaim from Earmilk, Lyrical Lemonade, Allhiphop, ThisisRNB and more.
Stream Karri Brand New Single “Lemonade”
Geffen Records and PFL are thrilled to announce the forthcoming release of two singles from fast-rising R&B star and multi-instrumentalist, Karri. The twenty-year-old Filipino American singer-songwriter is one of the most exciting new voices in contemporary music. Today, Karri releases the fan favorite Lemonade, a heartfelt rendition of the Jeremy Passion tearjerker, produced by Hokage Simon, William Van Zandt, and No Love For The Middle Child. Karri has quietly made a name for himself with his “Lo’ N Slo’” brand of R&B. He confesses:
I’ve loved that song since elementary school. My cousins used to play this song all the time— I used to play it on the ukulele and sing it to all the girls in school.
Karri says the ballad means a lot to him and that he often performs it during his live show. He cites Drake, The-Dream, and Sampha as influences. The following week on September 29, Karri will release his alluring lead single, “can u?,” produced by Clockwork, Tommy Parker, with additional production from himself and Thomas Madynski. Download your copy here and listen to the official audio below. Follow Karri on Instagram, TikTok, Twitter, Spotify,and Apple Music.
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