Birmingham, Alabama Rap artist Tyran unleashes his eighteen track mixtape that demands to be “Put On The Radio”. Hosted by DJ New Era, the projects contains two guest features from MST and Sinsei with production being handled by Avery Davis, Hoodzone, DC On The Beat, Crank On The Beat, Tone Mega and Crank Up On The Beat. The songs have a great mixture of Rap and R&B hits such as “Juss My Type” and “Stray Away”. Check it out below, presented via Datpiff.
College educated and musically inclined, twenty-three year old Brooklyn artist Nomad delivers a smooth R&B record and a stunning Strapping Bucks Visuals’ video for his break-up hit, “Let Go”. Together with producer Nick Cavs, the duo unleash a potent, late night club smash. The song serves as the debut single from Nomad’s forthcoming “To Whom it May Concern” album that’s set to release later this year.
Yung Elo may be new to the scene but don’t let his age fool you, the Jackson singer has some strong singles up his sleeve such as his debut audio single, “On The Low”. Tapping music producer Let That Boy Cook, the twenty-one year old Tennessee vocalist pens a track that tells the tale of a newly pursued, secret relationship. Elo is also joined by local R&B artist Treal, who brings a Jodeci type of vibe to the single.
Yung has been hard at work having formulated his brand, Viziin Ent and announcing the 2016 release of his debut mixtape, “Yung Elo Vs Elo Escobar”. His style can best be described as Kirko Bangs meets August Alsina, with a splash of Hispanic flare. Listen below as Yung Elo and Treal provide an anthem on how to keep your cool while keeping it “On The Low”.
It is no secret that Lil Ronny MothaF has an uncanny knack for creating party anthems that can survive in any region of the country. After a very successful run in 2015 with his hit Circle receiving endorsements from Tamar Braxton, Jussie Smollett, and Beyonce, Lil Ronny MothaF is back with his latest club banger Up In The Air, which is the perfect recipe for a radio hit that sets off any DJ playlist.
This heavily animated music video references a few classic movie scenes with “UP” themes. From the notorious bike scene in E.T. to being carried away by a bouquet of balloons from Disney’s Up. There is even a child like theme to the music video which takes you on a journey through the imagination of a young boy playing with his Hot Wheels.
“From the moment I heard the beat I instantly gravitated to it’s sound. I free-styled the entire track from beginning to end, Up In The Air was birthed in fifteen minutes.” – Lil Ronny MothaF