New Music: Angel Gold feat. Too Short – Get On It

Angel Gold Get On It

If you didn’t know, talent runs in the family of Ty Dolla $ign. From his father, who is a member of legendary band Lakeside, to now his younger sister as well, AngelGold.

The burgeoning young singer makes a strong introduction with her brand new single “Get On It” featuring Too $hort. Over a vibey, lowkey hyphy production from ShoNuff, the L.A. native promises to show her lover a good time, while $hort Dog add some signature pimp flare.

“Talkin all that sh*t like what you gon’ do now / Take you on the floor now what you gon’ do now,” she sings over the bouncy beat.

Angel is currently hard at work on her debut EP titled, ‘AfterHours,’ which is coming soon. She will also be featuring on Ty’s upcoming album, Free TC.

Take a listen below:

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Video: Snoh Aalegra – Emotional


ARTium artist Snoh Aalegra brings an emotional performance to our screens with the official video to her RZA-produced single “Emotional.” In the black-and-white clip, shot in downtown L.A. and directed by Sarah Chatfield, the Swedish-born beauty shows off her raw vocals while dancing in an empty swimming pool and beside a railroad track.

“This song is about heartbreak and frustration, of desperately wanting to love and to be loved back,” Aalegra tells BlackBook. “I recently got out of a four-year relationship and that’s been really rough. In this video, I’m letting all my emotions out.”

Snoh’s debut EP There Will Be Sunshine is available now. Peep her brand new video below:

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Emerging Artist Kyndall Debuts ‘Still Down’ EP & “Playing Games” Video


Since early 2014 we’ve been telling you to watch out for up-and-coming Atlantic Records signee Kyndall (previously Kendall). Now, as a surprise introduction the 19-year-old singer/songwriter makes her official debut with her ‘Still Down‘ EP.

The Houston native is a gifted vocalist and songwriter, but talented truly runs in her blood, her father is El DeBarge. She started out acting though, appearing on TV and in films prior to signing her record deal off an audition tape that surfaced online.

Originally slated to make her debut last year, Kyndall recorded a full EP, but was unsatisfied with the sound and asked the label to shelve her first project at the last minute. After taking some time to regroup, she headed back into the studio with Chef Tone and Maejor to work on what would become her debut EP, Still Down.

The six-track project includes production from heavy-hitters including DJ Dahi, Boi-1da, Maejor, and Adonis. She opens up about infidelity on “Playing Games,” and reconciliation on the title track, while other highlights include the Sting-sampled “Bullet.”

“If I could package this EP in a gold case and wrap it up, I would,” says a confident Kyndall. “I’m so obsessed with my project and I feel so happy just being able to say that. I’d listen to it even if it weren’t my own.”

Stream her debut EP, and watch the video for “Playing Games” below!

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New Music: Paloma Ford – Jada

Paloma Ford - Jada

Rising singer Paloma Ford returns and takes a stand for herself with the new single “Jada.” Introduced to many from her feature on Meek Mill’s single, “I Don’t Know,” the Los Angeles native is currently prepping for the release of her debut EP ‘Nearly Civilized.’

“One day they gon’ love me,” she boasts with confidence over the melodic track.

Take a listen below:

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New Music: The Kid Ryan & Prince Sole – ‘Call Waiting’ (Mixtape)


After multiple collaborations, rising Cali natives The Kid Ryan & Prince Sole release their anticipated collaboration mixtape ‘Call Waiting,’ hosted by Young California’s own DJ’s Amen, Carisma, Kay Rich & Yesi Ortiz.

Showcasing their big ’90s influences the feel-good project boasts remakes and interpolations of classics from Soul for Real, Janet Jackson, Keith Sweat, LL Cool J and more. Plus they pose possibly the best relationship question ever, Biggie or Pac, TLC or DPG?

Stream and download below:

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New Music: Malachiae Warren feat. TK N Cash – Thank Yo Momma

Thank Yo Momma- Single Cover

Rising newcomer Malachiae Warren wastes no time following up his recent buzz track “24’s,” with a brand new joint for fans and new listeners to put their ears on.

For the second release on his joint venture #LoveLife with producer Jasper Cameron the Atlanta native does what he does best and caters to the ladies on, “Thank Yo Momma” featuring TK N Cash. Over a snappy, rhythmic beat by $K, the 19-year-old singer lets his PYT know she’s bad, and he praises the genes she’s inherited.

“I just wanna thank yo momma / For making something so fine, something so right,” he sings.

Check it out below, and stay tuned for much more from Chiae this year.

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New Music: TOTEM – Pride (EP)


Emerging artist TOTEM has been impressing us and building a buzz with his songs “Sabotage” and “Sunrise,” but now the Atlanta native gives us a deeper taste of his artistry with his debut EP ‘PRIDE.’

The Alt-R&B/Pop singer-songwriter combines tender vocals with modern, buzzing beds of pop and electronic, his music pays attention to small details, but still aims for a big impact.

“Pride. The intersection of heart, mind, and soul. It can mask us. Expose us. Isolate us, or endear us,” explains TOTEM. “To have fought with one’s pride is to have tussled in trench of humanity. And yet, we often deny it’s importance in our every day lives. We give it names: confidence, fear, lust, and more. But at our core we are pride monsters. We exude it. We feel it.”

The 7-track project shares a narrative as he always has—with clarity and honesty. Hear & feel your words in his voice. For the story is as much yours, as it his.

Take a listen below:

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Watch: Emerging Artist LunchMoney Lewis Releases “Bills” Video


Having to pay bills never felt so good!

Emerging artist LunchMoney Lewis makes his official debut on the scene with the playful music video for his catchy single “Bills.”  The Florida native has been making a name for himself as a songwriter within the industry, many first heard his name featured on Nicki Minaj’s track “Trini Dem Girls,” off her latest album The Pinkprint.

Currently signed to multi-platinum producer Dr. Luke, LunchMoney won’t have to worry about all of his bills for much longer as his song is already climbing the radio charts. Showcasing his larger than life personality to match his large physique, the singer/rapper plays multiple roles in the comical visual, while singing about his many monthly responsibilities.

“I got bills, I got to pay / So I’m gon’ work work work everyday / I got mouths, I got to feed / So I’m gon’ make sure everybody eats,” he sings.

Lunch also comes from a musical family, his father and uncle are part of the legendary reggae group Inner Circle.

Check out the fun-filled video below!

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