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Lil Lake – Fly To France [Audio]

Up and coming artist Lil Lake from New Jersey drops his new single “Fly To France” which is produced by Heavy Keyzz. With more than 325k plays in a month, this might be the next big thing. Check it out to see for yourself.


[Video] Adjnamedroach – No Choice

Adjnamedroach (pronounced A DJ Named Roach), the aggressive South Florida rapper who transitioned from DJ to rapper/producer after serving a ten year prison sentence, recently caused a stir with a controversial (atleast in NFL circles), Miami Dolphins Anthem, released his long awaited sophomore release Don’t Come For Me.

It’s already caused a bit of a stir with the inclusion of the Miami Dolphins Anthem, but it’s his aggressive raspy approach to melodic vocals that deserves the conversation. His beats are sick and it’s no wonder, coming from a DJ background, he just has an ear for music.

The Don’t Come For Me album is the product of a trippy party eclectic and aggressively reaching for the stars and wanting more then entitled. The lyrics ooze out to inspire energy and excitement, with a dash of IDGAF x FML x HUSTLE & PARTY! The energy is real and the excitement is even more.

Stream/download Don’t Come For Me

Fadl – Circle

Circle” is the new hit single from Fadl. The track is featured on his Stars Aligned EP.

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The 28-year-old Palestinian born Dubai-based singer has been making music for the past 13 years, turning a hobby into a profession having mastered the craft of music producing and rapping when he moved to London in 2008. With several successful albums released and big-name associations with the likes of Travis Scott and DJ Khalid, as the only non-American artist to open for him at the summer fest, FADL has managed to spread his influence on an international level.

With no formal musical training, the self-made artist channels inspiration from different genres of music including jazz, reggae, rock and classical, allowing each to influence his writing and production in its own way. From Norah Jones to Bob
Marley, Fadl even finds inspiration in street singers and musicians he may pass by on the street, allowing the creative juices to stream in from all around.

After the release of his debut New Chapter, he unleashed Two.17, which he describes as ‘a more developed and mature sound’. A lot of positive feedback from London-based artists, producers and industry professionals followed and Fadl started working more on his vocals, incorporating different instruments and sounds and then came his third project – Neverland. Much darker than his previous two, the idea for this record was conceived in London but fully recorded and produced in Dubai’s Soundstruck Studios.

After taking a break allowing his next projects to mature with his own life journey, he introduced Out of the Box, The Other Side, My House, Better Than You, Roli and Trophy, leading up to his upcoming project with two debut singles. This project is more “cohesive” than previous ones and it also took him the longest to produce, with the utmost attention paid to every step of the process.

FADL considers himself to be an artist above all else, with a creative character reflecting a mixture of inspiration coming from fashion, art, music, architecture, nature, philosophy and the universe as a whole. A blend of inspiring elements reinforces his imagination, but keeping it real to what he’s going through at certain stages in his life is what characterizes his sound.

True to the city he calls home, he talks of a sound that is slowly developing out of Dubai, influenced by hip hop from the likes of Atlanta, New York, Toronto and London, but with a flavor that reflects the artists and dreamers of the region. It’s more than just a sound, it’s a culture. Whereas a decade ago, it was almost nonexistent, FADL is now proud of the momentum gained by the local scene, which is why all his music is produced in Dubai.

[Video] Cam Jae – Pull Up (Thick)

Pull Up (Thick)” is the first video from Cam Jae‘s upcoming EP, You’re Welcome. The EP, which is produced mostly by in-house producer Kendall P, will be released by their parent label, Gravity Music.

Cam Jae is a native son to the Windy City’s Southside. His lucid lyricism and distinct baritone timbre have new fans enlisting as grateful constituents daily.

Sy feat. Rueben Wood – Get Out Of My Dreams

The singer/songwriter and author releases new single produced by Rueben Wood. The single contributes to a soundtrack feel with its concept written theme. “Get Out Of My Dreams” will be the first single release written by the artist in 2018 since writing two self-help books, “A Swan Among Ducks” and “Saying Yes to (No): Learning the Power of (No)” before the end of 2017.

Get Out Of My Dreams” sheds light on a relationship of want and lust, as many cases prove to be, when a person is already committed but finds him or herself in want and need of someone else. With a play on words, and sounds that set the vibe for an earful of powerful lyrics; the song will definitely take you on a journey.

Unlike your typical relationship song, Sy explains her reasoning for potentially wanting to be rid of the dreams unless they become reality. Mixed signals and thought provoking feelings create an ambient feeling for the listener.