New Orleans-based rapper D$AVAGE is making waves with his fresh take on Dess Dior & Mariah The Scientist‘s hit single “Stone Cold.” The way he puts his own mark on this version will have you hooked.
But D$AVAGE is more than just a rising Hip-Hop talent, indeed, he’s also a young percussionist and a college dropout following his dreams. Despite his busy schedule, D$AVAGE has returned to his passion for music with the goal of making it his career.
It’s worth mentioning, the release date for his upcoming project ‘007: The Mixtape’ is currently TBA and the songs will be distributed by AWAL, a subsidiary of Sony Music.
“This specific remix is my take on the original song “Stone Cold” from a toxic masculine point of view mostly directed at the original artists Dess Dior & Mariah The Scientist.” — D$AVAGE
Besides his confident charisma, the up-and-coming virtuoso showcases a warm and rich tone with his youthful vocals. Positively, all this allows him to rap with such clarity and ease.
Without further ado, his exceptional flow, execution, and delivery revitalize the urban scene. And I would dare to say he also has a bright future ahead.
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INFJ Kenzo Attends OPERATION HOPE’s Global Forum
INFJ Kenzo fights for social justice through music and humanitarian work. Earlier this month, the music mogul and artistic director of OTAON x Streetwear attended the OPERATION HOPE Global Forum in Atlanta, Georgia, where leaders from various industries gathered to discuss strategies for closing the economic gap.
Kenzo committed himself to using his platform and influence to support underprivileged communities. Of course, this will be possible through charitable efforts and live shows.
On December 15th, Kenzo performed at Club Bahia in Anaheim, California. In addition to providing a festive holiday celebration and a lively Hip-Hop concert, he also took the opportunity to inspire and empower his fans while promoting equality for all.
Jamal Hansen, aka INFJ Kenzo, is mainly known as a rapper who uses his songs to inspire hope and drive change. Moreover, his captivating lyrics draw on his own life experiences and those of others.
On a side note, INFJ Kenzo has the vision to create jobs that benefit others. Seeing how he employs his art to make a favorable impact in his community is admirable.
Something wonderful that comes accompanied by a great sense of purpose.
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Louisiana-Based Rapper CamTTG Shares Video “Fight Fa Ya Life”
Hailing from Houma, Louisiana, rapper CamTTG shares a braggadocious single via Moonlight Entertainment. Unquestionably, “Fight Fa Ya Life” cements the American artist as a fiery newcomer to watch.
This infectious Hip-Hop release precedes “Run It Up” and “Perfect Perfection” which garnered thousands of streams on Spotify. With his distinct hot-blooded delivery and rapid-fire flow, CamTTG is starting to gain a lot of traction.
In the music video, he reveals himself as he really is, without fearing stigma or judgment. Well, for decades the urban genre empowers virtuosos to freely express themselves beyond the limits of censorship or cancellation, and that’s exactly what art is all about.
Best of all, his gangsta/hardcore attitude and explicit lyrics will leave everyone with their mouths wide open. Moreover, when he’s flaunting and thriving on those beats that get your head nodding, you quickly realize he’s serving up a terrific jam.
Certainly, he shows no signs of stopping anytime soon. Passion shines through his narrative ability to put words that rhyme together.
Not so long ago, CamTTG announced he’s dropping the visuals for “Run It Up” during the next weeks. Plus, his collaboration with 4pf artist Coldheartedsavage, “Perfect Perfection” is also starting to grab attention.
So please don’t forget to keep an eye on him below for more important updates.
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An Uplifting Song Every Woman Needs To Hear, “So Amazing”
Rising Rap artist Ronald Mkiza joins forces once again with Azalée. No doubt, their vocals blend together in perfection with such an uplifting song every woman needs to hear because they’re “So Amazing.”
Effortlessly intertwining their talents, they’re bringing an undeniable magical sound based on fierce rapid-fire bars plus soulful vibes. One way or another, the inventive flow has the mission to empower all the strong ladies out there.
“It’s about uplifting females and I envisioned singing this song to the women in my life who I want to cheer.” — Ronald Mkiza
Certainly, the unshakeable intensity of Ronald’s rhymes will catch your attention right from the start. At the same time, this element is contrasted and complemented by the delicate touch that Azalée brings to the track.
Stream “So Amazing” below via Spotify.
At just 29 years old, Ronald Mkiza is positively putting a new twist on Hip-Hop, distancing himself from sexist or misogynist Rap lyrics. In fact, he’s an integral part of the genre’s evolution, as his feel-good verses bear a cheerful message, recognizing the value of women.
Nowadays, he divides his time between IT/marketing consultancy and the art of music. This blog has witnessed how his career continues to grow in leaps and bounds, please make sure to follow more updates on his socials down here.