JR & PH7 are producers from Germany, who are at it again. With their new track titled BARRIERS, this time featuring West Palm Beach Artist Eric Biddines with his smooth lyrics and melodies. I love how the producers collaborated with an artist from the states, this shows a bridge being build between musicians on an international level. BARRIES is from the upcoming JR & PH7 EP ‘Noir’. You can now Pre-Order ‘Noir’ via iTunes, it is set for it’s official release on August 28th on digital and vinyl.
[BROCKTON, MA] Darius Heywood bring us his follow up single with SHIT AIN’T CHANGE MUCH. This smooth, heavy bass track was produced by YS. Both are Massachusetts native. Darius Heywood brings us a cocky/brash tone that he carries through out the song. He encounters us with witty punchlines. “I been in this shit, flipping sentences, mama daddy doing sentences, teachers couldn’t make no sense of this, how the hell he get the recognition, patience was my biggest nemesis..” I can’t help to mention this catchy ass hook Darius came up with. But you gotta hear it for yourself when you press play! Last time Darius Heywood was featured on NikkiSiixx.com it was with his track PAY IN GOLD. Be on the look out for more music from Darius Heywood, don’t forget to follow his links: TWITTER || INSTAGRAM ||
“Lifestyles of The Not So Rich & Famous” [HARDWARE CITY, CT] The Prestigious One releases his latest single FOREVER off of his upcoming EP How Are Things 2. Smooth production by Paperboy Fabe & Just Hustle. Prestigious One gives a unique perspective on being happy in a climate where happy is synonymous with having material things. Prestige dares you to look at happiness as a personal perspective. And by doing that happy gives you the confidence to take over the world. Keeping the positive vibes no matter how negative the situation can be. Be on the look out for The Prestigious One’s upcoming EP How Are Things 2. [LINKS] TWITTER || INSTAGRAM || WEBSITE || YOUTUBE
Queens, New York native ConFlik painted a nice R rated song with an X rated purpose over the FlashBeats produced track. “Spike Lee” is a song about kicking it with a chick and having a good time. The lyrics in the verses go for a more sexual meaning but the chorus has a slightly cleaner connotation. He was witty with the delivery saying things like “come to the stu, I even make a song with ya/ have ya singing high notes…” and “that’s your girl nigga, repo”. He even had a few cool double entendres like “dirt dog, hit or play safe when I dugout”. This joint is definitely a smooth track you can play while kicking it with your chick. Ladies you can also play it if you’re trying to throw your guy a few hints. The chorus played on the name in a great way. I also want to compliment the artwork for this track which is phenomenal. It’s simple yet captured the meaning of the song while playing on Spike’s famous Mars Blackmon character. Check out the song below and leave a comment about it.
Also if you enjoy this song you can check out the entire mixtape “More Money More ConFlik” click here http://www.DatPiff.com/ConFlik-More-Money-More-ConFlik
Twin city producer Psymun brings us his brand new single entitled Lobby Music featuring K. Raydio.This single comes from his upcoming album, SSV3 entirely produced by himself and fellow beat maker Damacha. The down tempo, soothing R&B record sends you into a state of ultimate relaxation speaking about a break-up & using alcohol to mend the pain.
I thought this record was absolutely amazing! The transition of the beat is phenomenal and stands strong as just an instrumental. Hearing K. Raydio’s vocals & content on the track though is what took it to a whole other level for me. Its made me really fall in love with the record. She speaks about someone she once adored who she’s no longer with and being one alcohol sip away from letting them back into her life. Psymun and Damacha released this project on May 2nd which only features artists from their hometown, Minneapolis. I definitely think he brings a new refreshing sound to the table. Someone who should be on everyone’s radar. We’re really looking forward to the rest of this album and any new music he may have for us in the future.
“I’m just a sip away, from letting you back in, I’m just a sip away aye, Just a sip away”