Lon6z – Complete | @Lon6z

Filmmaker and sound engineer drops his own unique
sound with new single ‘Complete’

DAYTON, OH – It’s cool for a guy to be vulnerable and share their own life experiences and talk about getting hurt. That’s what Ohio artist Lon6z says, anyway, and he’s hoping to pass that message on to other men through his groundbreaking new sound and style – a mishmash of new-school rap and old-school R&B that incorporates his own melodic vocals.

Born and raised in Dayton, Ohio, Lon6z started in the industry as a filmmaker – graduated from Bowling Green State University with a bachelor’s degree in film production and eventually transitioning into sound engineering. Working for other musicians and filmmakers over the years, he has developed a unique vocal sound – one that he has tapped into to create original music. His style utilizes a combination of rap, hip-hop and R&B that incorporates other genres such as reggae and pop. This unique sound is front and center on his new mixtape, “In MY Feelings,” as well as his follow-up single, “Complete.”

“My production is A1 and my style is unique because of my content,” he said. ‘But the real difference with my music is me stories and the content I put out. I get real vulnerable to God and to men, and there’s always a story about a female the majority of the time. What I really want to show other people is that I have no secrets. I have nothing to hide from the world. It’s cool for a guy to be vulnerable and share their own life experiences and talk about getting hurt and their way of hustling and getting money. No matter if your hustle is selling drugs or making music or making other people sound good – you can fall victim to getting your heart broken by a girl.”

“Complete” is a single that talks exactly about that. Lon6z is currently in the middle of shooting the music video for the song, and as a filmmaker he’s approaching the project with extreme detail – from storyboards for every shot to fine-tuned sound and editing. The concept is to make every shot in the video into a meme.

“I want to show that you can campaign with different types of memes,” he said. ‘I’m going to use funny people in the video, like Retro Spectro. But at the end of the day it’s a song about a female. A guy is trying to get with a girl who’s the sister of a friend. That’s the theme I’m going for. It’s upbeat and fun.”

Lon6z said he hopes people will appreciate the detail and expertise he brings to his music. With aspirations of being a premier sound engineer within the music industry, he has developed an ear to create top-quality production. He said that through his various trials and tribulations over the years, he has been able to create great vibes with emotional lyrics and a reality-based archive of music that he knows nearly anyone will be able to relate to.

“Everything that is created is not meant to be liked by everyone,” he said. “But everything that is created should hold a message of value.”

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[Single] Guice1hunnit – Guice Attack
Debuting a boastful yet gritty new single. Guice1hunnit relays a message to his fans. Capturing the production with stirring lyrics leaves a mystical approach of a rousing “Guice Attack”

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[Video] Prince Newman ft E-40 “Do It For Free” @ThePrinceNewman

Prince Newman may be the best kept secret coming of the Bay Area. After years of grinding without being noticed, Newman seems to have finally caught a hit with “Do It For Free” featuring E-40. Recently landing a record deal with TSE, the discovery of Newman can be credited to the legendary Tony Draper, founder of Suave House Records. Draper has a unique ear for talent and the skinny white dude out of San Francisco is a perfect fit for the music executives eclectic approach to the industry. As if being noticed by a legend like Tony Draper isn’t a big enough stamp of approval, Newman also gets the biggest cosign that a Bay Area emcee could ask for, an E-40 verse.
“Do It For Free” is the perfect single for these two emcee’s to collaborate on. This instrumental has a signature Bay Area bounce that is a great compliment to both rappers flow and energy. Newman delivers a catchy hook and his ability as a rapper is on full display with each 16-bar verse. The single is also backed by a quality visual directed by the award-winning Gabriel Heart who perfectly captures fun essence of this record by comedically placing Newman and E-40 in a room with a bunch of baddies doing yoga. Check out the video for yourself below and make sure you stay on the look out for more to come from Prince Newman.

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Cvsh Ali – Lights (Prod. Donato) | @royalblacklife

Rapper with new perspective aims to trail-blaze a new
path in the hip-hop world

CHICAGO, IL – To get a peek inside the creative mind of Chicago-based rapper Cvsh Ali, all one has to do is look at the cover of his new album, “Nu Print.” The retro-forward design is reminiscent of the 1980s and clearly gets its inspiration from album work from artists such as Earth, Wind and Fire. But the cover also displays a bold-faced stare from the artist, almost daring the world to doubt him and pulling listeners in to what he has to say.

All of this is true of Cvsh Ali, who describes himself as an old-soul artist who’s coming into the world with a new vibe and a new way of thinking in the music industry. His name, Cvsh, is a nod to the original name of Africa and his homage to “the motherland.” Ali is a not-so-subtle reference to “the greatest athlete of all-time,” World Boxing Champion Muhammed Ali though.

“This album has a lot of lyrical content on it and it’s going to change the industry away from the music that gets pushed on the radio every day,” Cvsh Ali said. “I’m stepping out of the box with this one. The whole idea is being like a new wave of things. I’m bringing new things to the hip-hop game with a whole new way of thinking.”

Part of that presentation is a showcase of diversity for Cvsh Ali. He has a unique ability to switch things up from song to song, delivering vibe after vibe that can relate to a wide range of audiences. Combine that with his intentionally conscious lyricism rooted in experiences from all walks of life, and it’s easy to see how Cvsh Ali is someone who is ready to change the music landscape for years to come.

Trailblazing a path in hip-hop isn’t a new idea. Many other artists have done it, and Cvsh Ali points to many of them as his inspiration. Jay Z, Biggie, Nas and Lil Wayne are just a few of the artists he aspires to be like. Jay Z, in particular, is an artist he looks up to and hopes to immolate throughout his career.

“The way he moves in the business and the music he makes is timeless,” Cvsh Ali said. “I can listen to his early albums and they still feel like they came out yesterday. His stuff is always fresh and up with the times, will also having a message. The others I look up to because of their lyrical content, and they push me to want to be a better lyricist.” “Nu Print” dropped on March 9 and is available for download on all digital distribution sites. The debut single, “Lights,” also dropped a music video on March 9 and is available on Cvsh Ali’s YouTube page.

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