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(Mixtape) Jim Jones – The Revamps Collection (Hosted by @Samhoody) @Jimjonescapo

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It’s got to be a full moon because the vamps is hanging all the way up side down, for this one. It’s white fangs but the tips is red because the capo Jim Jones and the vamps is eating all your favorite tracks by the industry heavyweights no track is safe.
So hit play an zone out once again capo and the vamps will own the night…. it’s the revamp collection #vampirelife

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Pure Luxury – ‘Original P’

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Today charismatic Los Angeles bred rapper Pure Luxury delivers his new single, “WTH” With a desire to make music that goes well beyond just the L.A. sound, Pure Luxury  releases the upbeat and commercial friendly track from his upcoming project Original P.  Refusing to stick to the script and with his sights on the end of the pandemic “WTH” visual is a hilarious slice of Pure Luxury’s humor.

“The project is called Original P, I feel like my sound is like current and diverse on this project, but it’s still cohesive and as far as the sound,” Pure Luxury said. “People’s attention spans are so short, that I think for people to appreciate it they have to hear music that is straight to the point.”

“Enrgy is this producer that made the beat, I found him on Youtube and his shit is crackin’, this shit be going crazy. It’s just a turn up song, I was irritated at my girl and I had to make something to turn up. That’s how I release my frustrations, I think people are gonna relate to it.”

Raised in Inglewood and L.A.’s west side of the city, Pure Luxury is a multi-talented rapper who also plays the guitar, saxophone and drums after his parents introduced him to music around the age of 5 or 6.  Having previously attended USC’s Thornton School of Music, Pure Luxury stepped away from college amidst the Coronavirus pandemic and the school’s rising cost of tuition of more than 75k per year.

“I’ve been making music since I was 5  or 6 years years old. I play guitar, saxophone, drums stuff like that and I started just going crazy making beats in high school and my friend inspired me to rap. After unsuccessfully trying to get big rappers on beats I said f*ck it I’m gonna do it myself,” Pure Luxury explained.

“Then I went to college, I never even wanted to go to college, but I went to school at USC and I went to the Thornton School of Music. I went because it made my parents happy and you have to get what you need out of the school. I just didn’t want to go into debt – 200 racks for a degree.”

From quitting school to touring with YG on a nationwide tour Pure Luxury has had quite the run as he recently recalled his time on tour with YG and first getting his shot to blow up.

“When I went on tour with YG it was crackin, then I thought I was about to blow up once I was about to go on tour with Game too. YG had hit me and his little brother tapped in and started managing me and I ended up signed to the president of 400 Ent, D Moore in 2020.  The whole timeline is crazy but pretty much I signed a deal and he was giving me a little bit of bread but I didn’t feel like we utilized everything we had. I’m pretty much at the point with this whole Coronavirus stuff where I’ve upgraded my sound, I’m more mature with my sound and what I was doing was good, but it was some West Coast sh*t and I don’t want to get boxed in.”

When asked to describe his sound, Pure Luxury explained that his sound is upbeat, turn up music, where he’s not trying to be the greatest rapper ever lyrically, he just wants to make radio hits.

“It just depends on what kind of mood I’m in, but my sound is fun and upbeat and it’s turn up music. I mean honestly man I just want to get to the bag, it just depends on the mood but as far as songs are involved I just want to drop some bars on a song – I’m just trying to  make radio. I don’t need crazy lyrics. I don’t care if I’m the greatest rapper ever, I just want to make stuff that’s dope,” he added.

Describing his new project Original PPure Luxury said he wants people to have fun during this time of stress and tragedy with COVID-19. The new video for “WTH” reflects that fun and excitement that’s building for when things open back up in L.A..

“I just want people to feel good when they play WTH. It’s upbeat and I know when the scenes open back up, I’m going to be back on the scene,” Pure Luxury said. “I’m not no street dude or a hood banger, I’m not gonna cap. People be thinking I’m signed with a big crazy budget when they see my visuals, but we are just a small independent label.”

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Jordan Webb – Two Peace (EP)

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Introducing Jordan Webb. A fast-rising recording artist out of Nashville, Tennessee with an intriguing flow, interesting style and exciting new music about to change the game in 2021. Today, he delivers a quick tape in the newly released EP, titled, Two Peace.

A quick two-song collection, the 25-year-old entices his new audience with music about two opposite perspectives most of us move through when dealing with heartbreak. The project is filled with crafty smooth heartbreak and futuristic imagery. You can hear the hunger in his music from beginning to end. “I’ve been doing music for about 11 years but I treat every song like it’s the first one I’ve ever written and the last one I’ll ever write,” he says.

Two Peace is lead by Webb’s standout single, “Sore Loser.” Webb expressed, “Sore Loser is a particularly special song to me. When I wrote it, I was fresh off the cuff of a terrible situationship and had this idea of making a sad n*gga anthem for anyone who’s felt similar after dealing with someone who ends up wasting your time.”

The new EP is the perfect origin point for any newly discovered fan, it’s a project that will connect with you instantly as we all have dealt with our fair share of love lost. For Webb, it’s a real personal effort for the new artist.

“Two Peace is a really intimate project,” he assures. “Sore Loser was the first song I recorded when I moved to LA, while Care For Me was one of the last collaborative songs I made before moving from Nashville, TN a couple years ago. Both songs have super different tones but tackle the same subject matter at different time periods in my life. I think this growth of emotion and the juxtaposition between the songs is what really drew me to keeping this a two-song project.”

The EP is available everywhere via Jordan Webb’s own imprint. Stream it here.

https://open.spotify.com/artist/4OxllqZ9ZBTS6ppofkdsIC?si=6Hpv1pJiSWeHmx_tYqbuBw

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