East Coast Hip Hop Artist, CPTime releases his latest EP, “Playground”
Cole Parkinson AKA CPTime is an Independent Hip Hop Artist from Pottstown, Pa. He specializes in motivation, creativity, and positive lyrics with a touch of aggression and passion to every track. From songs for specific sports teams and holiday tracks to the party music genre, this artist brings a new vibe to hip hop and rap.
CPTime’s latest compilation, “Playground” is filled with 14 tracks of self-testimonies and motivational messages. You can sense the passion for hip hop and the urge to inspire and motivate people in his music. ‘Playground’ is a hip-hop playlist that contains dope tracks and relatable content without the vulgarity and profanity. Check out tracks like “Rollin” and Count It Up” to get you started, but the entire EP is worth listening to.
“PLAYGROUND” is available on all digital platforms like Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon, and Google Play.
Jersey Native, TattedUpBroc’s EP “Crackheads Made Me Rich” serves a dose of reality
When growing up fast is the only option, TattedUpBroc takes a negative and turns it into a positive. Tattedupbroc’s – also known as Broccoli – arrests in the past earns his street credit in his neighborhood. At the beginning of his career, the underground rapper releases his music on SoundCloud. Looking back at his lifestyle, unlike a few rappers in the music industry who rap about the streets, Tattedupbroc has real lyrical stories to tell. By delivering several doses of reality, he is now considered to be one of the most talented rap artists in the game.
TattedUpBroc’s eight-track EP titled “Crackheads Made Me Rich Vol. 1” is the one project from his entire music catalog that stands out to the masses. With his history in the streets, it was not a problem for the artist to come up with material for this project. Additionally, The host – DJ Jay Era’s excitement brings an extra thriller to the EP as he guides the listeners into each track.
For the EP, Broccoli snags the beat to one of the tracks, “Breakfast Club Ni**a on Instagram. The beat is from well-renowned Chicago producer Young Chop -who produced tracks like “Don’t Like” and “Dis Ain’t What You Want.” The original concept for the track was used for a commercial for “The Breakfast Club”. But when positive feedback is heard, Broccoli adds it as a bonus track for the EP.
The main controversial song on the EP is “Kooking with the Kardashians”. It’s about teaching the ‘Kardashian’ sisters the correct way to manufacture drugs in the kitchen.
Another track and the crowd favorite.gangbanging anthem is “Bang Bang.” Ricky Vision, an upcoming Jersey producer, who created the dark snare drum pattern mixed with the intense lyrics and deep tone to make this song perfect. With the assistance of DJ Jay Era, TattedUpBroc’sdaily views and downloads increase which helps his social media following along with streams. This body of work is definitely a street favorite amongst those distributing narcotics or anyone who is living the life of crime.
With more music on the way, the suspense of what Tattedupbroc will come up with next is mystifying. The one thing we know for certain is – as long as the streets are talking- it will be hot.
Texas Hip-Hop Artist, Nubia Emmon delivers the visual to her single, “Sad and Blue”
Hip-Hop artist Nubia Emmon’s hot new video is as captivating and creative as her fusing rap music with R&B. Taking her talent to the next level—the song, Sad and Blue, Nubia said is based on her personal life. As for the video, she says that what inspired the setting is that she wanted it to mean more than just the words, ‘I’m laid up in my bedroom, this use to be the place for me and you’. “My bedroom, which is an intimate place, is our world. While we were together, we saw so much together, and we did so many things together. I didn’t want people to look at it as something sexual…so I put the bed outside to give it a bigger meaning and a bigger picture to it.”
“In my verses, you can hear me telling a story about a relationship and how we’re blaming each other back and forth and ultimately I end up hurt or, ‘Sad and Blue’.
So who is Nubia Emmon?
She is Texas singer/songwriter Nubia Emmon and she is reminiscent of that groundbreaking and exhilarating time period in the 90s when R&B/Hip Hop music was as versatile as its artists. She brings a cool laid back swag, an energetic spontaneity and her own unique artistry to the music scene. She can go from performing club bangers to slow ballads such as “At Last” by Etta James. As unassuming as she is, Nubia will you tell you she is your everyday homegirl, but make no mistake about it, R&B Artist Nubia Emmon is the total package — she raps as well as she sings so masterfully intertwining a blend of catchy lyrics and melodious verses.
Nubia Emmon, who comes from a musical family—including her uncle Salih Williams who produced Sad and Blue, has won numerous awards in New York and Atlanta and she has several collaborations under her belt which includes Rapper Lil Niqo (Def Jam), who was featured on her track ‘Dancing Machine’. Further exercising her versatility as an artist, Nubia had a cameo role in the movie “The Holy Spoof” starring Rapper Paul Wall and she has graced the covers of fashion and cultural publications.
With the help of her team, Nubia is using her talent in music to give back to the community through The Nubia Emmon Foundation which focuses on breast cancer awareness and motivating youth towards success. Losing her Mother to breast cancer encouraged her involvement in promoting breast cancer awareness and getting involved with organizations such as the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure which Nubia had volunteered with since 2012.
Keep an eye out on Nubia Emmon—her future is definitely not sad and blue!
Hip-Hop Artist, Déli Bo prepares for his debut studio album, “RED”
Born in Washington DC, Baltimore native, Déli Bo begins his music story in the DMV. At the age of 12. he started making music with a notebook full of lines and flows he often could imitate.
Don’t be mistaken, Déli Bo has been putting in work with singles like Red Lowkey and Before Red Era (B.R.E.).
“RED is a wave of emotions wrapped into a ‘hood’ novel from Nicholas Sparks… this is going to be a doozy be warned.”
Currently living in Los Angeles. Déli Bo is making his first studio album titled “RED”. He is looking to create visceral images through sound waves. Be sure to connect with Déli Bo so that you won’t miss the release of his debut album.
Drew Tha Boss teams up with Nate TooRich and Yung Prodigal on his debut project, “Street Vibes”
Tight Grip Entertainment artist, Drew Tha Boss releases his debut 18-track album, “Street Vibes, Volume 1.” It’s all about his life and the streets and features Davion, Big Dre and label mates Nate TooRich and Yung Prodigal.
Atlanta native, Drew tha Boss, aka Andrew Head, was born in Grady Memorial Hospital. The Grip Entertainment’s C.E.O. was raised by his single mother along with three older brothers. Unfortunately, the eldest brother and his Mother transitions due to natural causes – the streets.
There is a story that relates to Drew Tha Boss’ music and how he progresses and becomes a lyrical beast. Being raised in the trap house and becoming a person known for selling weed and dope for his older brothers taught him the hustle game.
In the midst of all the distractions of life, he still was able to have freestyle battles with his homeboys. This encouragement leads him to become more serious about recording music now he’s ready to take off.
His label mate, Nate TooRich is an up and coming artist from Atlanta, Ga. After bursting on the scene in 2015 with his single “ Tell Dat”, Nate TooRich signed with Atlanta’s Tight Grip Entertainment. Since then, Nate and Drew (CEO), have been working on various projects.
In January 2019, they released the single “Breathe” from the album, “Street Vibes”. Also, Nate TooRich is also getting set for the release of his new smash hit “ Don’t Phase Me” from his upcoming untitled EP.
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Florida Lyricist and Producer, Travis Michael releases his interlude, “Sommer Ray” from his Forthcoming Album
Pensacola, Florida native, Travis Michael began making music in his teens. His influences range from J Cole, Dreamville artist – Bas, Nas, and Jay-Z. He hit the scene with the mixtape series, “FutureRocBoy” with guest artists like Faron Vin$ent. The three of the series can be found on TM’s Soundcloud account.
As a followup to the “FRB” series, Travis Michael releases several EPs and singles like “Old Times.” His first EP, “No Changes” released in 2016 had nominal success and set the bar for more to come. During this time, he features with GOH PH on their single, “Taking You.”
A year later, “Crowns. the second EP makes a statement on digital platforms along with the EP, “Of Course.” His most recent EP, “Of Course” (Extended Cut), which was re-released with 3 additional tracks, is considered the pinnacle of his work yet.
While working on his new album, Travis lends his talents to R&B artist, Siergio on his chart-rising hit, “On My Way.” Just recently, Travis’ new single, “Sommer Ray” the interlude inspired by the celebrity Instagram fitness model. This is a perfect picture of TM’s dream girl, and how she moves and lives in her own world. The single will appear on the forthcoming untitled album. Be sure to connect with TM via social media for the latest updates on his album.