We’ve probably all done it, whether we knew there was a name for it or not. “Ghosting” is when you unexpectedly break all ties with someone you’ve been in a relationship with – whether it be a person you’re dating, or a friend or acquaintance, even in some extreme circumstances, members of your family. Chicago based artist/producer Geedomane addresses the concept with his new song, ‘Ghost’, an energetic track with a hard-hitting beat, and a memorable chorus.
Ahead of their much-anticipated 10th anniversary edition, featuring a star-studded line-up including, among many others, Cardi B, George Ezra, Solange, Migos, Khalid, and The Streets in their first festival performance in over 8 years – the popular Parklife Festival is going much beyond just offering brilliant music, as they aim to provide an environmentally friendly weekend for all party goers in their on-going campaign.
Rather than an homage to his love for Justin Bieber, Jack Bruno’s song ‘iLoveJustinBieber’ is instead a trap infused hip hop track with a humorous clip which sees Bruno being tended on hand and foot by a bevvy of sexy, mature ladies, who compete for his attention over the span of one sun-drenched afternoon.
The music video for Yungeen Ace’s latest single, ‘So Long’ is not just a metaphor but rather it’s a representation of what the young rapper has gone through in his life. He’s taken the punches and beaten the odds – including eight bullets less than a year ago, while he was protecting his friends. He’s only 21 years old but has lost family members, faced imprisonment, and felt the sting of poverty and hunger.
Now based in New York but originally from Tuscaloosa, Alabama, Dajour is one of those people who (annoyingly) manages to turn to gold everything he touches. Still only 22 years old, he’s a rapper, singer, songwriter, and ghostwriter, and his music career is only going up. Formerly known as “King Buddha”, Dajour is the nephew of New York rapper, Jadakiss, one third of legendary hip hop group, The Lox. Dajour’s latest single, ‘Slow Wine’, has already amassed more than 400,000 streams on Spotify, and has a popping music video to match.
Canadian rapper and Jewish rap ambassador SHI 360 had a very eclectic upbringing, raised by North African parents in Israel, and his music reflects this. Additionally, he grew up listening to Michael Jackson, Otis Redding, Charles Aznavour, and Egyptian singer songwriter and actress, Umm Kulthum. SHI 360 first heard hip hop while lstening to “The Voice of Peace”, a pirate radio station run by Israeli peace activist, Abie Nathan.
Yesterday we wrote about Amaru’s empowering new single, ‘Champagne Attitude (Rap-Titude Mix)’. We found him to be very interesting, and so invited him to answer six quick questions for us. True to our impressions, Amaru came back with some very informative answers, giving a deep insight into the music business, as well as other aspects of the entertainment industry.