B.G. The Prince Of Rap aka Bernard Greene born in Washington DC, started his music career in the Frankfurter Dance Scene in Germany. Big role for his international success have the popular producers Jam El Mar and Stefan Benz. B.G. release three studio albums during the 90’s. Among his biggest hits are “This Beat Is Hot”, “Can We Get Enough” and “The Colour Of My Dreams”.
In 2016 he did a comeback with the single “No Limits” featuring his long-time female singer Janet Taylor. Some months later he joined his music colleague Lane McCray of La Bouche for the single “I Can Feel It”. Almost a year later in 2017 comes out the new single “Never Give Up” featuring the talented female singer Timi Kullai (Music Idol Winner) and the uprising House producer Chrizz Morisson. Watch the new clip below.
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Chrizz Morisson is an up and coming German DJ and producer of Deep and Future House music, also some varieties of Electro House sounds. Chrizz’ singles reached the Top 50 of the German, Austria and Switzerland Top 100 DJ Charts. The 2016 released studio album “House Invasion” and in the mid-summer of 2017 came out the second album entitled “Piano House Sensation” with a brand new sound of Deep, Tropical and Future House. The album contained his chart successes “U Got 2 Let The House”, “Tropical Dream” and “Rock That Tropical Summer”, also some new remix works for the 90’s dance legends Linda Rocco and Lane McCray. At the end of 2017 Chrizz Morisson started working with different vocalists for his new releases and as a result of these intensive collaborations came out the singles “Never Give Up” with B.G. The Prince Of Rap.
Get Hooked On This Infectious Beat! “Our New Plan” By MPO
Lately, there’s a growing interest in tropical rhythms among the EDM community. Well, that’s the case of German Producer MPO who drops a reggaefied dembow beat on “Our New Plan”. Sooner or later, his skills for making infectious tunes is what will give him popularity. Bright and sunny days match perfectly with this debut single that scream summertime. If that description is not enough to hook you, then, you will love the combination between sexy female vocals + rapid-fire rap verses. Definitely, “Our New Plan” sounds incredibly fun. Don’t think twice, you must include it in your dance music playlist right away!
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Phantom Boy Teases New Remix Inspired In Baltimora’s “Tarzan Boy”
Eddie Gonzalez is getting ready to release his upcoming album, ‘Phantom Boy 2020’. Obviously, he has new music on the way, and even a remix inspired in Baltimora’s “Tarzan Boy” feat. DJ Berni. Entitled as “Quiero Amarte”, this is an upbeat and catchy jam with Latin vibes. Sincerely, I believe it has amazing potential to become a single in the future.
Nowadays, Spanish songs’ popularity grows like wild fire. Therefore, Phantom Boy takes advantage to cross the international borders with his spicy rhythms. Another good example of his imminent music catalog is “Celina”. By the way, I would dare to say you can improve your Spanish pronunciation while you’re singing and dancing to his beats. So, stay tuned for his next record that is full of surprises.
‘Phantom Boy 2020’ will be available on all digital platforms on September 27th.
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Dr. Jekyll Unveils Striking Remix Of Analise Hoveyda’s “Aftertaste”
Last year, 15-year-old actress and singer, Analise Hoveyda dropped her debut single “Aftertaste”. Recently, this radio-friendly hit just got the remix treatment from no other than Dr. Jekyll. So, there’s no doubt he pushes the Pop genre boundaries by adding striking electronic music/RnB elements to the mix. From my view, the LA-based Producer knows how to make the best of a slow-jam. Most importantly, Dr. Jekyll keeps the precision of Analise’s vocals intact. Originally written by Aimee Proal (Kelly Clarkson, Christina Aguilera, etc.), lyrics are rich. Plus, it tells a complicated love story girls will feel identified with.
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TRXD Unleash Reggae Vibes On Brilliant New Single “Knock Knock”
Hailing from Norway, the duo TRXD fire up the party with “Knock Knock”. Actually, the song itself is based on an instrumental TRXD made in their studio at LA. On this occasion, these creative talents are betting on Reggae vibes together with EDM. In a certain way, they also capture the feeling of summer as it is quite warm. Therefore, this tune is intended to transport you to paradise. Trust me, once you press play below you’ll love those tropical-esque beats while heat floods your veins. Most importantly, Nico D‘s vocals are really strong and resonate with its uplifting energy. Stream in full and find out for yourself.
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:tim Releases Studio 54-Inspired Music Video “Loveparty International”
Fronted by a fascinating funky beat, “Loveparty International” by :tim is the sexiest song he has ever produced. Considering that fact, the music video draws inspiration from Studio 54. As most of you know, the legendary club was a synonym with glitter, lust, eccentricity, and glamour. Clearly, all these visual elements seem to come straight from the late 70s. Moreover, this steamy jam features an electro/groovy bass to convince listeners they can get wild with it. In simple words, just let yourself loose and dance!
Even though “Loveparty International” is out on August 26th, the Berlin-based Producer shares with us details about his upcoming album, ‘Muscheln’ (translated as seashells). So far we know some of these tunes were originally written for his former project A.M.T. A trio known for their surreal humor and a crude music style. Consequently, his improvised melodies from the past took shape in the last four years and they will be available in this new record.
On a side note, Tim, together with Funkarella and Joe Mexicano, organizes the party series Starwalk, which celebrates the joy of improvised funk. Stay tuned for more information on his socials below.
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