Aurora, Illinois production duo JCA Beats Productions teams together with Chicago underground emcee Big X to deliver a powerful anthem aimed at those individuals that came from struggle and overcame the adversity. Filled with clever sample chops and large instrumentation, the guys provide a warrior like theme for the seasoned lyricist to unleash his aggression over.
Cover art was supplied by Chevron Shawty, who helped capture the essence of what “Million Dollar Dreams” means from an artistic standpoint, helping to further establish the strength & perseverance of the overall theme of the single. “Million Dollar Dreams” can be streamed below and is available for free download.
Money Stacks Media presents Money Stacks new single “My 16 Barz” sure to get any party rocking,or freestyle session started. PRODUCED BY CASSO BEATS. DJ ‘S PUT THIS IN YOUR ROTATION NOW SHARE WITH THE CROWD.coming out of harlem Money Stacks is ready to blaze any stage with this banger.
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Nothing says ‘happy holidays’ like ordering someone a round of their favorite brew. While Rich Quick and Rediculus don’t quite leave you with empty carbs under your tree this week, they do manage to give you the next best thing: some dope new music. On “Buy Me A Beer,” New Jersey’s Rich Quick spits about liquid confidence with a braggadocious charm. Chicago’s Rediculus sonically matches his collaborator’s charisma with an acoustic-guitar sampling instrumental that should go down just as smooth in a pair headphones as it will in a pint glass. “Buy Me A Beer” is a loosie for the fans, but stay tuned as the two collaborators release new music in 2015.
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Denoh Grear, better known as Amara Africa, is of West African descent and was born in Texas. He has lost family members to the political battles in his native homelands of Sierra Leone and Liberia. He has lost friends to the inner-city violence in the United States and he is now on his second tour of duty to Iraq and Kuwait. Despite all of the despair and suffering, he says his soul passion is to “create a legacy of positivity, survival, and renewal. Ultimately, his goal is to use the proceeds from his activities for a variety of causes including AIDS research, exposing the issues surrounding PTSD, and opening a school for troubled young people with a focus on arts education.
The new single released by Amara Africa is an inspirational hip-hop compilation focused on the racist violence that still goes on today. This song is entitled “Michael Brown” to tribute the young man who was gunned down by police officers even though he was found to be unarmed. To reflect the various cultures that have been a part of Grear’s personal history, he includes elements of African rhythms, American hip-hop, and Middle-Eastern music. This single has a hard-hitting bass to express the anger from the community outreach and a strong, clear message in the chorus. “They shot that boy for nothing”, are very powerful words that convey the feelings of American’s against police brutality.
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