Making his debut on NikkiSiixx.com, Texas Rapper King Trill brings us his latest visual to his newest single called GET THIS MONEY. In order to get this money you must know you need to work hard. According to King Trill “On Get This Money, King Trill tells the story of how he came up from the streets, created his own path in the rap game, and eventually got into Real Estate”. The track generates an energetic, heavy bass, and dope lyrics. GET THIS MONEY is produced by DJ Oreo. The song is available on iTunes and is the first release from King Trill’s debut album Real Estate.
[DALLAS, TEXAS] Making his debut on NikkiSiixx.com, Rico Zone drops his very wavy single YOUNG OG. This is actually the main single and the intro to his new EP Winterlude. Rico Zone embraces his southern hospitality by presenting us his song to a special someone. Through everything, he’s attention is on his target. On this track Rico Zone should be called Rico Love. Great melodies and YOUNG OG features rappers such as Druu and Compass, and fully produced by Rico and Gus Gilmore. Be on the look out for more content from Rico Zone by following him on twitter below:
[DALLAS, TEXAS] Up and coming artist Jay Luse brings us his single WHAT YOU LIKE, featuring Coach Tev and B.Anderson. This track is slow and hypnotic, dope production by Neal Thompson & Blue The Misfit. You gotta vibe to this one! Jay Luse describes what does the listening like and how he can provide it to ya. For an artist who is looking to grow and inspire. WHAT YOU LIKE will be on Jay Luse upcoming debut EP Soulful Attraction. Get updates by checking out his website below:
Beat Camp is a weekend-long event containing classroom discussions, panels, and workshops on topics such as – producer branding, management, networking & relationships, songwriter & producer synergy, sampling, live mixing sessions, and more – taught by producers/engineers with major credits and music business professionals.
Throughout the weekend representatives from various technology brands will be on hand showing their latest gear, as well as a Monster Energy lounge in which attendees can power up in between sessions. Nighttime activities include the iStandard Producer Showcase – Beat Camp Edition, Celebrity Beat Cyphers, “Behind The Rhymes” Interviews, iNfluence Awards, Special DJ Sets, and much more.
Vini Vegas will be in the lobby doing a LIVE broadcast from his show and doing interviews on site for Aug 22nd from 11-5pm.
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2-Day VIP Pass Includes – Access to all Beat Camp programming, 1-on-1 Critique w/ known producer- Free Download of WaveDNA’s Liquid Rhythm Intro ($49 MSRP), Food & Beverage, Gift Bag, Attendance to PM events* – $99
2-Day General Pass Includes – Access to all Beat Camp Programming, Gift Bag (while supplies last) & Attendance to PM events* – $79
To Submit to Nov 9th’s iStandard ‘Dallas Edition’ Producer Showcase at RBC 2617 Commerce St Dallas TX Click HERE (Showcase Slot includes a VIP pass to Beat Camp within shows registration fee)
Tentative Beat Camp Dallas Schedule (Subject To Change)
So far judges include Jay Oliver (Producer for Meek Mill, French Montana, Kirko Bangz, and more…), Oktober 1st (Former MMG producer for Young Jeezy, Triple C’s, and more…), and S1 (iStandard alum, Grammy Winning Multi Platinum Producer for Eminem, Jay-Z, Kanye West, Madonna, and more…) with more to be announced and special surprises…
Winner with the highest score will get a prize package consisting of a bundle IK Multimedia iOS Products, plus their renowned plug-in T-Racks Grand, iZotope’s Nectar Elements, a choice of Propellerhead Software (either Reason Essentials or ReCycle), Ableton Live 9 Intro, a Lifetime Subscription to iStandardProducers.com, promotional gear from Monster Energy, and more…
[DALLAS, TEXAS] Fat Pimp releases his first visual for UH OH which is the first of many more releases under the new label Dirty Water Music (based in California). The concept behind his visual was to obtain a 90’s classic movie feel, themed off of Phat Beach. Fat Pimp portrays the flirtations love interest of several women as he enjoys a beautiful day at the beach. Fat Pimp gets infatuated by the silhouette of another beautiful women while he was on a date with one, Fat Pimp became inspired to write about the “oops I’m staring” affect the woman had on his demeanor making him say UH OH. I sense Fat Pimp has matured in his music and is ready to set foot on his new endeavor of being a pioneer of southern rap and is ready to say Hello World! Stay tuned for more releases from Fat Pimp by following him on his social media outlets. [LINKS] WEBSITE || TWITTER || INSTAGRAM ||
[DALLAS, TEXAS] Fat Pimp has signed a multi-year recording deal with California based Dirty Water Music. One of the few independent artist to be blessed with a three week stint on the Billboard hip hop charts, multiple times. Fat Pimp released his latest single Hurt They Feelings earlier this year which quickly found its way to MTV Jams. Warner Bros missed out the opportunity back in 2008 when they had a chance to sign Fat Pimp. Looking towards new horizons, Fat Pimp and his management team went to Dallas, Texas to start the new endeavor with Dirty Water Music. Congratulations to Fat Pimp from the staff at NikkiSiixx.com and we can’t wait to hear your new content. But in the meantime, for our listeners to get a proper introduction we have Fat Pimp’s latest project HURT THEY FEELINGS.
[ATLANTA/ST.LOUIS] Check it Tommy Swisher makes his way back on NikkiSiixx.com with his latest visual NETFLIX & BREWS. The concept of the video is that Tommy Swisher reminisces on his college days where you see his cleaning up the spot while his friends are still there, while his a waiting his girl guest to come over. I like how the visual gave us the sense of a live studio audience sitcom. With the audience laughing when he’s trying to get his friends outta there. Even funnier when his friend that’s asleep takes a while to get up. You see Tommy Swisher get his company some brews while they get comfortable to watch some Netflix. NETFLIX & BREWS was directed by TheGuyVeezy and the beat was produced by E.Wonder. Tommy Swisher has been busy since he recently got off from opening up for TDE artist Sza out in Dallas, Texas.
The Slip Records: Dallas, TX based indie record label with an array of talented young artists, capable of appealing to all types of Hip Hop heads. The label was started by two well-respected Dallas rappers, Supreme and JClay with the intention of building a team of talent that was focused, driven, and marketable to a vast audience
Slip Sh!t Vol 3 consists of 19 high-quality tracks with appearances by 17 artists and 4 DJ’s. Each release is made available for free download and the label prints 10,000 copies to be given away for free as well! What a great way to promote the artist they represent. Giving away 10,000 units to the public is a great idea to deliver it to the masses. The project is filled with trap/club vibe tracks. Below is a track called MY TEAM featuring Swateezy and Supreme. I felt the track stands out on its own. If you’re diggin’ this track don’t forget to download The Slip Records Slip Sh!t Vol 3! Stay tuned for VOL 4 in the near future.
01] 500 We Deep – Lil Won, D.A.Y, Supreme
02] She A Phreak – Lil Won, D.A.Y, Swateezy
03] My Youngins – Apollo, Swateezy, KJ
04] From The Bottom – Gizzle Badazz
05] Bros Before Hoes – KJ, Lil Won, Swateezy
06] Testify – KJ, Lil Won, Nucky Breaux Jr
07] My Team – Swateezy, Supreme
08] I Don’t – Swateezy, Supreme
09] I Can’t Even Lie – Dawg Life
10] On Some – Swateezy, Apollo, D.A.Y
11] All I Do Is Flex – Swateezy, 1st
12] Sport Fly – Dawg Life
13] It Ain’t My Money – Nucky Breaux Jr, Swateezy, Apollo
14] Done Son – 1st
15] HAM – Taylor D, Ms Diamond Diva, Lil Won
16] Grind That – 1st
17] Relaxin’ – Lil Won
18] Budget Bussin – JClay, Gizzle Badazz
19] Finessin’ – Deysean, Swateezy, Lique, DJ B-Flex
Kato Dox along with his featured guests Crew54 gave a message that needs to be heard on this joint. The video was well set up starting with Kato sitting on a pile of dinosaur back televisions. Those televisions show different politicians including George W. Bush and Bill Clinton. In the chorus there is a sword-like bar when Kato says “In god we trust but we lust big face” and I believe it is one that can be felt regardless of what one’s religious beliefs may be. His verse touches on great points like the ongoing debate that the government has about immigration by saying “you didn’t really lose your country to minorities/ You chose to hand it over to those crooked politicians/”. He speaks on how schools are lacking funding yet we at still funding wars overseas. Crew54 speaks on minimum wage, the unforgiving judicial system, the wars occuring and coming together as the citizens that are forgotten constantly. A positive song with a positive message is a blessing and shows that hip-hop is getting back to it’s core of discussing the issues that are going on in the world. Check out the video and continue to stay on the look out for Kato Dox.