[OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA] Making his debut on NikkiSiixx.com, we have producer by the name of Rye Mann with one of his instrumental tracks called I-5 FOR THE SUMMER. Rye Mann has been busy for the last three years considering he put together his latest album entitled “We Love It Here”. Collaborating with various artist over his own beats. Ranging from wide-ranging emcees to soulful singers, this album really shows you Rye Mann’s ability to work with the two. I wanted to share with you I-5 FOR THE SUMMER because you really see Rye create and really give a summer vibe feel to it. Artists quick question? What would you rap about on this? Be on the lookout for more content from Rye Mann by following him on his social media links:
[Washington, DC, via Oakland, California] Grindstone and Bomani Armah brings us their latest visual to BLACK STUFF. This track comes at you like a speeding bullet, both Grindstone and Bomani Armah have really fast flows. Make sure you catch the lyrical narrative about black culture. You can even say this is their take on revolutionary rap. They hit hard topics like high real estate prices, online media exposing the worse, and death from police brutality. The production and flow really make this something fun to listen to, even though they touch on real hard topics. The visual presents a cutting-edge graphics that bring their song BLACK STUFF to life. Grindstone and Bomani Armah are letting you in to the multi-faceted world of Black people in America. [LINKS] WEBSITE || FACEBOOK || TWITTER ||
[OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA] The last time we featured J. Randy we featured his music video for TOUGH LINE. This time he brings us a recap of his studio session as the visual for his track SO AMAZED. For the visual it was shot at Denver’s Side 3 Studios. Lyrically this is one of J. Randy’s best displays of his talent. You see him writing, rehearsing, and having his people near him to get him motivated. His engineer Chase Thompson makes his cameo will mixing and mastering SO AMAZED, he has also worked with artist like BOB and Justin Bieber. Hitting up the studio is something J. Randy does on the regular, working in perfecting his craft. Currently, J. Randy is getting himself set up for his kick off tour called RAP SOUL. Starting October 3rd in Denver, Co at The Roxy Theatre, then it stretches across 7 states and 3 countries through this year and next year. From the Midwest, to USC in March, then London England in April; this tour is also headlined by UK underground king Big Cakes & up and coming act Prolific. I actually featured Big Cakes a few weeks ago regarding his music video for BOUNCE. The RAP SOUL Tour will be hosted by DJ Cruz.
[OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA] J. Randy is releasing a music video every three weeks, for his introduction on NikkiSiixx.com we have TOUGH LINE. Tough Line is a heavy tune that has a familiar bass line. Filled with samples and energy that will make you want to jump out of your seat do something exciting. When growing his patients were pastors and singers of the church deeply rooting his connection with his love for music. Inspired by genres from R&B, Blues, and Soul. In TOUGH LINE, the visual demonstrates the skills from an Oakland lyricist. Hitting up the studio is something J. Randy does on the regular, working in perfecting his craft. J. Randy has a goal and that is to spread great music for the whole world to relate to. TOUGH LINE is an extremely different track compared to what his done in the past. J. Randy sounds confident and the overall production grabs my attention. The visual was produced by Denver Film Company and Mixed & mastered by Side3studios. Be on the look out for some more releases via J. Randy’s social media accounts: