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Rkham Just Dropped His New Album ‘Pen And Paper’ — Stream In Full

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I’m pleased to provide you with a full stream of Rkham‘s new album ‘Pen And Paper’. The Illinois-based artist wants to inspire you with a 10-track record which revolves around different aspects of life. That said, the full discography is a personal introspection that offers a time for reflection. But make no mistake, Hip-Hop isn’t necessarily about misogyny, violence, sex, money or drugs. In this case, Rkham proves that this a misrepresentation quite apart from his art, which has the power to transform others with meaningful messages, while he turns up the urban beats song after song. Beyond that, this album will allow you to know thoroughly the real identity of Rkham.

Today I’m bringing you a full review of ‘Pen And Paper’, check out my thoughts below, and enjoy this fresh material.

1 — Pen And Paper Perception Clearly, from the very beginning he shares with listeners the purpose of this intimate project that wants to help you find your true self.

2 — Who I Am  With a killer opening line, “What do you wanna be when you grow up? I wanna be me” he blasts off his rapid-fire flow. In the midst of uncertainties, he feels proud of his accomplishments. If I’m not wrong, he also gives some references to a life-changing experience.

3 — Release He is so damn good at rapping, you can tell breathing plays a huge role in his technique. Through his verses, Rkham is seeking to release pain, anger, and frustrations in order to move on with his life.

4 — Forever Love ft. Connor This is my favorite track off the ‘Pen And Paper’ album, the rhythm takes us back to the 70s superfly style. I swear I can listen to this on repeat. Furthermore, he gets romantic or better said, madly in love…

5 — Not Okay A seductive downtempo tune that is conditioned by past memories. Therefore, when you miss someone too much you’ll probably feel down. Its lyrics are relatable and you can feel identified with his words.

6 — Last Goodbye This one could enter in the list of Hip-Hop songs that could make you cry. Trust me, it will produce a deep emotional impact on listeners, as he is being honest about his own sufferings, including a suicidal attempt. In addition, it features some lovely female backing vocals softening the sharp edges of the song.

7 — Another Round You can feel the loud and high energy he puts on this particular track. Personally, I like its message of perseverance and courage. Sonically, he brings some rockish tendencies due to the guitar riffs.

8 — All My Days ft. Eric Norman, Kauai A great collaborative effort. All the voices match so perfectly as they have a unique range. This cut is kinda funny because days are not supposed to be boring at all… We all must start living an interesting life.

9 — Life The intro features crumpled radio noises, and then, surprisingly the artist’s dialogue will make you aware of what exactly is life. Sincerely, I agree 100% with his definition of life. In short, it’s emotive and magical.

10 — Ink Wow just wow! He ends this album with a final flourish and a deep message I prefer you to listen carefully. He is being realistic, and I simply love that. Without a doubt, this album deserves a five stars rating. ✭✭✭✭✭

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Hi, my name is Erick Ycaza. I have a BA in Advertising & Graphic Design. This blog is to provide you with daily music news and share my personal style.

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Rising Talent D$AVAGE Makes A Splash With “Stone Cold” Remix

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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.

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He has a varied and eclectic range of influences, including Gucci Mane, Kevin Gates, Lil Wayne, 50 Cent, and Drake, which have shaped his unique and alternative style.

“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

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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.

Stream in full his latest album, ‘The Wage Of Better Angels.’

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”

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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. 

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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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