OnSight Brazy delivers his new EP “Hard Bodied” on several digital music platforms
Onsight Brazy was born in Louisiana and raised in Florida. Recently, the artist’s beloved mom had to fight a battle with cancer and tragically passed away. This was a very tragic and trying time for the artist, who grew up without a father figure, and really bonded with his mother in a deeper way. He is always hoping to make his mother proud, and he does his best to be a great parent himself with 4 kids (3 boys and a girl!).
Onsight Brazy’s love for his family is also a strong drive, which inspires him to make it in music! Everything he reflects on a beat you feel. He brings true pain and realness to his music with his captivating lyrics, flow, and own style. There’s almost no doubt he’s got something in his versatile arsenal you’ll play on repeat. Be sure t connect with Onsight Brazy on all social media and digital music platforms.
CONNECT ON SOCIAL MEDIA:
Instagram: b_b_enterprise & osb_brazy
Spotify: Onsight brazy
Tik Tok: o.s.bbrazy
SoundCloud: b & b enterprise
Apple Music: Onsight Brazy
LISTEN TO “HARD BODIED” ON YOUR FAVORITE STREAMS HERE
Carlito Black releases the visual to his Latest Banga “Kawhi”
Carlito Black, born DeCarlo Serrano, is an exceptional lyricist with an aggressive delivery. He was born and raised in Carol City -an impoverished northern suburb of Miami, Florida -also known as Murda Gardens. The Southern lyricist operates independently and self-funded under his imprint, Blueprint Music Group. Similar to Nipsey Hussle and Crenshaw, He is incorporating his hood into a diverse marketing strategy. His 10-year scenic route to popularity has chiseled him into a polished artist, songwriter, producer, and business-savvy hustler. Also known as “Baby Jefe,” Carlito’s self-proclaimed title seems to be the theme of his strategic fearlessness.
Carlito Black infuses gritty conscientious lyrics into an energetic trap nostalgia with distinctive signature sounds. His content reflects the mind of an unorthodox critical thinker with exceptional penmanship. Black has delivered tracks like “Cross Da Border, Ain’t Asking, and ThugLife” which can be heard on platforms like Spotify. Representing his Jamaican roots and Dominican Republican bloodline, the self-made mogul offers dynamic vocals laced with random Spanglish lingo and patois accents. Despite the overwhelming lack of support from the 305 veterans, Dade County’s black sheep and owner of B.P.M.G. Blueprint Music Group is the most slept on independent artist in Hip-Hop! Be sure to connect with Carlito Black on all social media and digital music platforms.
East Coast Artist Uknomewel LilKev Loksmif teams up with 2B for his latest single’s “Neon Diamonds” visual
Uknomewel LilKev Loksmif is a native of Raleigh, North Carolina – Southeast Raleigh – to be exact. The independent songwriter recording artist made his presence felt in 2020 and 2021. During that time, he releases numerous singles like “Magik” which is produced by Paperfall Bros, and “Neon Diamonds” featuring 2B, produced by DatklienBeat (DatklienProducer).
Uknomewel LilKev Loksmif has been noted by his peers as the “Keyholder” and it’s obvious as to why, His verses are full of context and substance that hit on his life experiences. His work has been recognized by media outlets such as “FVMusicBlog, Muzicnotez, MTVRock, Jamsphere Magazine, 1st Day Fresh, and Street Wave Media. The single “Magik” has amassed well over 50k streams on Spotify and over 20k views on Youtube. With the “Line on Fire” single set to be released in the near future, Uknomewel LilKev Loksmif is showing no signs of letting up.
Texas Rapper Deetrxll teams up with Quin NFN on his single “Diss One”
Deetrxll (Dylan Rhine) is a songwriter, born in New Iberia, Louisiana. Raised in Port Arthur Texas, he is one of the top on the verge artists of the year. The Port Arthur native recently released his new single “DISS ONE ” featuring Quin NFN. “Diss One” is produced by Dixon. The song is about Deetrxll making it out of the hood and never going back. The lyrics include hard times coming up as an artist from a small town.
“The song is dedicated to all the people that said I wouldn’t be nothing in life and I wouldn’t get anywhere with my music”
Growing up in Port Arthur, Texas has helped Deetrxll shape his sound. His delivery has a very unique style and aura that’s quite appealing. Anyone who hears his music is instantly drawn in to hear more. During his career, his style is being influenced by some of the greats such as; Lil Wayne, Tory Lanez,2pac, Toosii, No Cap, and Lil Baby. These artists are all storytellers and cater to the relatability of listeners.
DeeTrxll stands to be one of the most versatile rap artists of his time. One of his trending singles, “From Me to You,” gave him the break into the popular culture where he continues to help build the legacy of BMB. His medley of gripping narratives and melodic cadence are among the slew of reasons why he is becoming a cultural staple. His musical catalog is very diverse and he always presents something fresh and innovative. Once that you’ve added one of his songs to your playlist, you’ll look forward to new content. He does not disappoint. Be sure to keep up to date on all of his content by connecting with him on his social media and digital music platforms!
Midwest Rapper, SyckCezzy’s visual on his Latest Banga, “Blue Faces”featuring Stevie Stone
Ice-T and Henry “Hen Gee” Garcia’s label, Final Level Music has emerged another hardcore artist and his name is SyckCezzy. The soon-to-be Los Angeles artist was born in Missouri and raised in Richmond Virginia. Growing up on the southside of Richmond wasn’t the ultimate dream for the young Syck but it was an experience. Although he grew up on welfare, his mother and stepfather made it work. While his stepfather was working, his mother took care of the family which proved challenging in a neighborhood where something was always going on.
“I’d change nothing at all because I wouldn’t be- who I am today- if I did.”
In 2010, SyckCezzy begins to take rap more seriously after his cousin introduces him to it. His style lyrically represents his truth and the lifestyle he lives. Let’s say the South, influenced by the Midwest. When in creative mode and to prevent writer’s block, SyckCezzy likes to lock in on the task at hand. Occasionally, he prefers to write before a studio session. He diligently tests flows and techniques bar from bar-before choosing which ones to use on a track.
“I’m a “reality” rapper that’s what I consider myself … You can’t fit me in a certain type of box”
SyckCezzy pays homage to his mentor, Henry “Hen Gee” Garcia, a successful music industry professional and his close friend Tone Gee from Minnesota. has experienced some memorable studio sessions while being a Final Level Music Artist. He would like to work with some notable figures in the game like Gucci Mane, J. Cole, Travis Scott, and Zaytoven.
SyckCezzy prides himself as a diverse artist that works with all genres of music. Ten years from now, Syck will focus on different phases and styles that the hip-hop genre has gone through over the last few decades. With a winning strategy in place, SyckCezzy plans to put his people in a position to win along with giving back to his people. His message to the youth is strong- “Please educate yourselves by paying attention, follow your dream, work hard, and don’t accept “NO” as an answer.” The rapper/entrepreneur has a new business venture and it is ‘Syck Wine’ to build generational wealth. Other rappers have done this through apparel and electronics for example.
If it wasn’t for the Creator, HenGee, and Ice-believing in me and allowing me to be part of the Final Level Music/Syndicate Brotherhood- I don’t know where I’d be in life”
SyckCezzy’s new single “Blue Faces” features Stevie Stone, a childhood friend from the neighborhood. The single appeals to those who can relate to the day-to-day hustle. Syck and Stevie’s approach in this gangsta track considers multiple devious approaches that will increase their net worth at the expense of the well-connected streets. The single is available on all digital music platforms including Spotify and Apple Music. Be sure to connect with SyckCezzy on all social media and digital music platforms.
Amagiri Young and Slim 400 team up on the latest anthem “Trust Nobody”
Amagiri Young and Slim 400 collaborate on a record with a much-needed message for the industry and the streets. “Trust Nobody” is laced with gritty and skillful lyrics-bar from bar. If the lesson taught, wasn’t the lesson learned, while listening to this anthem then it’s time to turn in your ‘street card.’
Amagiri is no stranger to the Hip-Hop industry. The Long Island-born songwriter has always had a natural affinity for music. From the age of nine, Amagiri begins rapping and beatboxing. The seasoned artist made his presence known on the streaming scene in 2014. During that year, he established his independent label, Real Geez Association Records.
After being incarcerated in 2017 for two and a half years, Amagiri Young is back releasing his original music out into the world and has collaborated with the likes of Slim400 and Kurupt from the Dogg Pound. Although he receives creative inspiration from several artists such as Tupac, Biggie, Snoop, and Jay Z. Amagiri Young combines a variety of creative elements to form his sound. He also produces music in the Hip-Hop, Rap, and R&B genres. The notable tracks – “In The Morning, The Real, Look At Shorty, Is This Love, The Ghetto, Fake Friends, Street Ninja, Love Over Hate, Apple Of My Eye, Pay Attention, and Neighborhood Chronicles Vol. 2.”
Florida Artist, Kang Neileo releases his Springtime Anthem “Jazzy”
Born and raised in Pinellas County Florida, Cornelius Williams a.k.a King Neileo has been writing and recording music since the age of 16. The Clearwater native born on August 20th, 1987 is the 2nd born to Terri Fox and Charles Williams. Although his parents were divorced at the age of 5, his stepfather, Derrick Floyd helped raised him and his siblings. At the age of 10, Kang grew up in the housing neighborhoods of Clearwater until his family moved to Tarpon Springs Fl.
As a troubled youth, Kang Neileo was kicked out of the house at the age of 15 where he had to sell drugs or rob to find a place to sleep that night. During all of this, that’s where he discovered the talent of writing music and expressing himself through that. Shortly after, he was in a rap duo called “UBC” which stands for “Unborn Child.” His rap partner who names go by Zoe almost signed a development deal with Slip n Slide Records but due to Zoe’s incarceration, the deal was never done.
After the death of Neileos’s stepfather in 2007, he took a backseat to music to focus on life until recent years. Trying to take care of his mother and younger sister while his older brother was incarcerated for the next 4 years. He went back to the streets to make ends meet when one day he realized that his mind was bigger than his situation so he begins to live like a productive member of society. He recently started to take his music seriously as he realizes that his music needs to be heard by the world and can make bank off of it too. His biggest musical influences are 2pac, Michael Jackson, Camoflauge, Trick Daddy, and Lil Wayne. His style is cut from a different cloth where he had to reinvent himself to a more harmonic and melodic recording artist. There is more to come with Kang Neileo as he is currently signed under Blanch Boi Entertainment and United Music Mafia. Be on the lookout as he takes the industry by storm in a lowkey fashion.
East Coast Artist Shaloc Renaissance teams up with J.D. and J Basement for the visual “Gritty City”
Shaloc Renaissance hails from Pittsburgh, PA. He has been creating music for over 20 years as a “positive outlet.” He was introduced to Bob Marley’s music when he was in high school and grew up in the “Golden Era” of Hip- Hop. He writes lyrics about his life experiences in the inner city and expresses his musical talents throughout the city. Upon graduating from high school, Shaloc Renaissance attended the Art Institute of Pittsburgh where he gained experience about recording equipment, digital synthesizers, drum machines, samplers, and live instruments in their audio and music program.
At the age of 19, Shaloc Renaissance lost his brother to gang violence. This is when he found refuge in music and began to see just how much of a role it played in his life. Music became the therapy that would help him heal from his brother’s traumatic passing and the PTSD associated with it. Because of the positivity and creativity being birthed from exploring music – giving up wasn’t an option for Shaloc Renaissance.
Shaloc Renaissance further honed his musical skills by performing in popular Pittsburgh venues such as; Frankie’s, Rosebud, Mellon Park, Dowe’s on 9th Street, Shadow Lounge, and other various locations. He also performed with several artists and producers representing Pittsburgh, Ohio, Atlanta, Florida; just to name a few.
“I CREATE ANTHEM MUSIK THAT PEOPLE CAN FEEL, EMBRACE, GET INSPIRED, AND MOTIVATE THEMSELVES!”~ Shaloc Renaissance
From 2003-2010, SHALOC formed POWA- HOUSE Unlimited Entertainment- producing some of the city’s hottest mixtape releases, as well as creating and promoting some of the city’s livest local shows! Recently, reinventing himself as a musical artist, his evolved identity is “Shaloc Renaissance”, which simply translates ” I AM THE EMBODIMENT OF REVIVING THE ART, REBIRTH & RENEWAL. He created an innovative, musical, and cultural brand called ” Renaissance Authentic Music ( R.A.M.).” The production company produces high-quality visual and lyrical content, and eye-catching fashion to engage and inspire its fan base.
Additionally, Shaloc Renaissance dedicates his time to his inner-city youth mentorship program. Birthed from his own experiences, this initiative was created for the inner city youth as a positive outlet. Shaloc knows, all too well, the negative influences that children can be exposed to in neighborhoods like the one he grew up in. What’s next for Shaloc? He’s busy working on his album titled “The Dawning,” with hopes to release sometime in August. Be sure to connect with Shaloc Renaissance on all social media outlets and digital music platforms.
Florida Rapper Nulli Null pays Homage to his friend Luis Tovar in his latest contribution “Eddie Guerrero”
Nulli Null started his musical journey in Saint Petersburg, Florida – one of the most violent cities in Florida-while visiting his family in the summer. As a teenager, he started using music as an escape from the harsh realities and eventually found a way of raw expression in songwriting and rapping. Music helped Nulli cope with stress during the difficult times in his life and now he wants to use it as a medium to help others going through mental health issues.
Nulli Null’s “Eddie Guerrero” is influenced by the death of one of his closest friends Luis Tovar. The loyalty of his vatos always respected how they move and value our friendships so to speak. Nulli dedicates the track to him, in the hook, he raps “R.I.P Luey, we were more than Migos that’s bro like Chavo!” As in Chavo Guerrero, the brother to the late Eddie Guerrero Sr. “We were more than friends-we used to joke and call him the Latino version of me,” says Nulli. The Florida native wanted to pay homage to Luey and Eddie Guerrero while showing his Latino friends that he appreciated their loyalty and respects how they value their genuine friendship.
“Me and Luey had big plans with this music before he passed away” ~ Nulli Null
Nulli Null’s debut album “Youngin Blues of Betrayal” talks about the opposite of loyalty. On Eddie Guerrero, He displays his “Splangish” flow while comparing his life to Luey’s. He pinpoints the respect that he has for loyal friends and calls out old friends that weren’t as solid. Witty street metaphors can be heard in “Eddie Guerro” referencing the youngins in Saint Pete and how they stay strapped up while road running in them “stolos” (stolen vehicle).
Nulli Null’s “Youngin Blues of Betrayal” is inspired by his personal life. It depicts the true story of a young man learning to confront his trauma-induced insecurities about friends and family while focusing on his desire to grow spiritually. The track “Pourin Liq” was inspired and created after his cousin passed away last year,
With back-to-back hit projects, Nulli Null is rapidly paving his way through the Hip-Hop music scene. Despite being a new artist, Nulli isn’t afraid to take a risk and explore musical themes that other artists think twice before choosing. His smooth vocal delivery and unapologetic expression of emotions into the lyrics make a combination that one can hardly ignore.
Be sure to connect with Nulli Null on social media and digital music platforms.
Atlanta Artist XMoney Atl takes over the Strip Clubs with his latest anthem “Get Naked”
XMoneyatl is a Rapper and Record Executive based in Atlanta Ga. Last year, he hit the mark with his debut hard-hitting video titled “From The Back“. Now he’s taking over the Atlanta strip clubs with his catchy new record, “Get Naked.”
Currently, XMONEYATL’s new music video is available on YouTube and checks in with over 80,000 views within its first month. X MONEY is touring and can be seen performing around the Southern region. Be sure to connect with X Money on all social media and digital music platforms.