Fat Joe & Remy Ma – Heartbreak (feat. The-Dream & Vindata)

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Bizz feat. J-Mo – Snapchat

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Based in Palm Beach, with his music flowing throughout Florida, Bizz first hit the Hip-Hop scene in the early 2000s. Performing at local shows and collaborating with others to develop his music career. From a young age, Bizz always had a love for music, which caused him to be self-motivated and determined to make a name for himself. Bizz has performed at King Of Diamonds, Vibez and Sugar Daddy’s Cabaret just to name a few.

Video: Omarion – Distance

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Singer, songwriter, dancer, and actor Omarion, born Omari Ishmael Grandberry in Inglewood, California, fronted the young pop-R&B group B2K from 1999 through its 2004 split. With Omarion as their lead singer, the group scored five Top 20 R&B/Hip-Hop hits, as well as one gold-selling album and one platinum-selling album. Omarion then became one of the more popular solo contemporary R&B artists of the late 2000s — a Grammy-nominated singer who worked with top-level producers and songwriters such as Timbaland, the Neptunes, Rodney Jerkins, Bryan-Michael Cox, and Tank. Although his popularity dipped during the early 2010s, his career was revitalized through an affiliation with Rick Ross’ Maybach Music Group.

After filming You Got Served, a movie in which Omarion starred, B2K split. The movie was released in January 2004. Near the end of the year, Omarion furthered his side career with a role in Fat Albert. He then embarked on a solo career with the Epic label. Debut solo album O, featuring production help from the Neptunes, Rodney Jerkins, and the Underdogs, was released in 2005. The slow jam title track, released as the lead single, helped send the album to the top of the Billboard 200 chart. It was nominated for a Grammy in the category of Best Contemporary R&B Album. Omarion’s second album, 21, followed in late 2006 and also debuted at the top of the Billboard 200, highlighted by an excellent Timbaland production, the Top 20 single “Ice Box.” The singer’s next move was Face Off, an uneven full-length collaboration with Bow Wow released in December 2007. Promoted by a BET special titled The Road to Platinum, it went gold.

Following a split with Epic, Omarion was briefly connected to Young Money Entertainment but ultimately signed with EMI, where he released 2010’s Ollusion. While it was easily his lowest-selling release to that point, it was among his best work. The Tank collaboration “I Get It In,” featuring a guest verse from Gucci Mane, peaked at number 20 on R&B/Hip-Hop Songs. A handful of cuts reunited him with B2K’s Marques Houston. His presence as a judge on the fifth season of America’s Best Dance Crew had no apparent positive impact on the album’s sales. The following year, he joined Rick Ross’ Maybach Music Group and subsequently aligned with Jay-Z’s Roc Nation management. After a series of mixtapes, EPs, and appearances on assorted MMG releases, Omarion released Sex Playlist in 2014.

Jidenna feat. Quavo – The Let Out

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A sharp dresser, singer, and rapper with geographic connections ranging from Nigeria to U.S. cities like Oakland, Atlanta, and New York, Jidenna Mobisson arrived in 2015 with a hybrid R&B/rap sound he called swank. The son of pioneering Nigerian scientist and educator Oliver Mobisson, he cited Nat King Cole, James Brown, and OutKast among his many inspirations. The Stanford graduate signed to Janelle Monáe’s Wondaland label and debuted with “Classic Man,” where he delivered boastful, foul-mouthed rhymes and a neat vocal hook over a sparse, street-level beat.

Released in February 2015, the single took a while to gain traction, possibly received a nudge from Monáe’s March-issued “Yoga” — which featured her new signing — and reached the Billboard Hot 100 three months later. The Eephus, a six-track showcase for the Wondaland crew, was released in August 2015 with the original “Classic Man” and a version featuring Kendrick Lamar.

DJ E-Feezy – Got Me Crazy

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DJ E-Feezy is an influential Miami DJ who has pretty good relationships with Hip-Hop and R&B artists all around the country. He’s also a recent signee with 50 Cent’s Effen Vodka ambassador program.

Like most DJs in America, E-Feezy has also released his own single titled ‘Got Me Crazy (No Better Love)’ with assistance from Rick Ross and Fabolous on the raps and K. Michelle on the hook.
The sound on this is reminiscent of Rap-R&B collabos from the early 2000s and hence sounds real refreshing in today’s age.

Audio: Joey Bada$$ – ‘Front & Center’

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Produced by Cookin Soul @cookinsoul
Mixed & Mastered by @nasteeluvzyou

Introducing T. McCrae

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T McCrae is an American music award nominated singer/songwriter and native New Yorker. Growing up in New York city presented its fair share of socioeconomic struggles and challenges, however, “T” turned to music as a healing mechanism and was able to constructively channel life’s challenges into a positive through his gift of music and song

“If you listen to my music, you’ll see that it’s a reflection of where I’ve been, who I am now and where I’m determined to go,” says T McCrae.

Drawing on life experiences, T McCrae’s music style can best be described as passionate, emotional, soulful, educating and at times political. He enjoys creating pop records but feels the greatest connection to R&B, Gospel and Jazz as he appreciates how these genres were bred out of pain and turmoil and speaks to the soul. He draws musical inspiration from artists such as D’Angelo, Jonathan Mcreynolds, John Legend, India Arie, Mariah Carey, Anthony Evans, PJ Morton, Faith Evans, Frank Ocean, Eric Benet, Musiq SoulChild, to name a few.

What T McCrae enjoys the most about being an artist is the writing and recording process as well as the challenge of coming up with new ways to vocally express himself. He also loves being able to touch lives through song. “My greatest desire is for my voice to be used to heal and touch hearts and souls through music. I want to be able to encourage hope, provide spiritual strength and empower through my music…there’s no greater gift than to hear someone say ‘your voice moved me’.” As a testament to his songwriting ability, In 2012 T McCrae received a songwriter music award nomination from the OMA Music Awards. In November 2015 he collaborated with season Xlll American Idol contestant Neco Starr on a dance pop single titled “The Baddest”. Currently, T McCrae is poised for a national promotional tour for his highly anticipated and well received new RNB single “Let It Go” produced by Brian Nightingale, who has produced hits for some of the music industry’s A list artists, like Sean Kingston. “Let It Go” has recently received nation and worldwide spins and rotation from Djs and radio stations, who have given the hot new RNB single rave reviews.