Melbourne Based Electronic Producer who just released his first Album!! The Album consists of many different styles of songs. Check it out below!
As a 24 year old producer from Dallas, TX, Sangarang begins by entering remix competitions hosted by Wavo.
In July 2017, Sangarang releases his first single, "Young Enough" featuring a former colleague Benjamin Picache.
Following up with a few more releases under his belt, Sangarang relocates to Los Angeles to dive deeper into the music industry in February 2018. Enrolled in Icon Collective, he plans on releasing his four track EP in the summer of 2018.
With “No Time to Waste”, R.O.E. embraces the struggle in the process, replaying moments of sacrifice while building the dream one desires to make a reality. For artists and others on the come up, the relationship to time and accomplishments can be challenging but R.O.E. reminds us all that the effort is worth the struggle. It’s beautiful to witness the product of the hard work and to know that all the time spent and all the sacrifices have purpose. We’re reminded we can’t stop pushing regardless of the adversity because we all have a mission to accomplish both personally and for the sake of those who look to us for guidance.
“No Time to Waste” is motivation to push through life understanding your purpose, realizing your gifts are going to make room for you. On top of that, the soft spine 90s hip-hop reminiscent track sets the perfect tone to make this sort of rap message conversational. A deep bass carrying the melody matched with some soft piano tones follow the wordplay eloquently, making this an easy going tune to replay in any setting. It’d be silly to spend time worrying about why not the enjoy this message and music, when time is our greatest competitor.
"Move On" is about trying to get out of the negative thoughts of giving up and throwing in the towel. The internal struggle of feeling terrible, having little self worth, but overcoming that by moving on.
Texas Rapper Billie Band$ is on his grind with his new video. The visual is for his record "Cash On Me". Billie is holding stacks of cash in this one. And he has a bad lady assisting him. Billie Band$ could be the next big artist signed out of Texas.Texas Rapper Billie Band$ is on his grind with his new video. The visual is for his record "Cash On Me". Billie is holding stacks of cash in this one. And he has a bad lady assisting him. Billie Band$ could be the next big artist signed out of Texas.
Make sure you don't overlook these two. Rich $ole 4200 and Ka$hPhon are on to something. They might want to do an entire tape together. Soon as you hear the beat drop you will know what time it is. These two have so much energy to give in this video. I believe these guys are based out of Atlanta. Check it out below and show some support.
Fresh air, warm weather, and music – these things have always gone together to define summer. Olisa and Vitaly make up Crazy Double, a raggaetón, EDM, and Hip-Hop influenced duo, are just in time for summer with the release of their new single “Pipa”. Olisa who has wrote a tribute song for Michael Jackson, and Vitaly who attended music school for the class button accordion, both have very different backgrounds, yet come together with hope to give the world something of their own. The undeniable humor they have together is infectious and you will want to stay fully engaged throughout their journey and can do so by following their Instagram @crazydoubleband.
Stalone has had a passion for artistic expression since her childhood, so naturally her talent caught the attention of Grammy-winning producer Dem Jointz, who produced Uropa along with Focus and Logann.
Inspired by Björk's Utopia and by Stalone’s own love for space (Europa is an ice water moon that orbits around Jupiter), Uropa is a vibrant and far-expanding sonic experience that perfectly fits its theme. It’s an adventure of styles and sounds set over five tracks, from haunting echoes to smooth melodies, or as Stalone herself put it:
“This project is like a weird dream, like what the music would sound like if Björk had a blunt in her mouth while her and I sit and take shots of Jack at a local bar in our space suits.”
Uropa is available now on SoundCloud
Stay connected w/ Stalone:
With their catchy choruses, pure vocals, and dynamic routines, JAGMAC is set to take the music world by storm! These siblings' unique blend of talents include: singing, songwriting, dancing, choreography, rapping, playing musical instruments, sign language. And probably most impressively, every member of JAGMAC holds a black belt in Taekwon-Do, and four members of the group are two-time world champion black belts in the Philippine martial art, Eskima.
With a slew of major accomplishments already to their name, JAGMAC kicked off 2018 with a special guest performance on the Emmy Award-winning FX series “Baskets.”They’re releasing their highly anticipated new single, “Right Back With You” this spring, and are performing at various shows and festivals across the US this summer and fall.
From funk and soul, to pop, rap, jazz, and rock & roll, JAGMAC grew up in an eclectic musical household, and these influences can be heard in their musical style and lyrics. The group co-writes all of their songs and have been in the studio penning a new album (scheduled to come out early fall 2018) with many of the industry’s top writers, including: Lauren Christy (Avril Lavigne, Bebe Rehxa, David Bowie) Pam Sheyne (Christina Aguilera) Bryan Todd (Miley Cyrus), Ben Adams (Craig David) and Manny Streetz!
In 2015, JAGMAC premiered their debut music video “Existence,” which was soon followed by the hits, “What’s Right With Me” and “Get Your Groove Back’, all while embarking on a series of UK performances that included performing at the famed Wembley Arena.
With their international fan-base growing, 2016 saw JAGMAC support ‘Little Mix’ on their sold out UK arena tour, and the group's heart-thumping track, “Soldiers” climbed to #15 on Billboard’s Hot Club Chart! Soon after, JAGMAC were invited to perform at ‘Promo Only Summer Sessions’ in Atlantic City, one of America’s most exciting industry showcases! The siblings performed for A-list US radio programmers, producers, DJs and record executives, following in the footsteps of past 'Summer Sessions’ performers that included Lady Gaga, BeBe Rexha, Timbaland, and Rita Ora.
In 2017 the group made their Los Angeles debut, performing at the ‘Young Entertainer Awards’ at Universal Studios. And while Disney Radio kept JAGMAC’s single “So Good” in rotation, they began recording new music with Grammy Award-winning artist, Theron Feemster (Neff-U), Graham Edwards (Justin Bieber, Rihanna), and Tommy Hubbard (The Trust Group).
JAGMAC is currently in Los Angeles working on their newest project and preparing for their 2018 summer tour. When they’re not on the road, the siblings reside at their home in Baltimore, MD, teach martial arts, and cook lots of family meals ... as they prepare for musical world domination!
The Plan is the third song off 99TheProducer's new EP "Studio 204." All songs were recorded, written, and produced in his dorm room at DePaul University.
Following the upbeat, feel-good anthem of his recent single “Cherry Blossom,” Vinyl steps into a new realm of intimacy and vulnerability with the release of “Storm.” Drawing on his love life, the single is a reflection of Vinyl’s hopefulness in pursuing a relationship that can last through times of adversity. He describes the song - layered with soulful melodies - as a subtle metaphor for the many phases that are encountered in a romantic relationship.
Feiertag is the alter ego of Dutch drummer and producer Joris Feiertag. His new single ‘Run Away (ft. Pip Millett)’ marks the first release from his forthcoming EP, to be released via Majestic Casual Records.
Feiertag has been making his mark, having played festivals including PITCH, Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE), Eurosonic and Down The Rabbit Hole. He has also released music on labels such as Kraak & Smaak’s imprint Boogie Angst, Kitsuné, Sasha’s ‘Last Night On Earth’, SVNSET Waves and Mike Mago’s ‘BMKLTSCH Records’.
With a sound that can be described as electronic yet warm, with a preference for innovative syncopated rhythms and poppy melodies with the help of unique vocal features, Feiertag has garnered support from leading international taste makers including KCRW, Pete Tong, Dancing Astronaut, Discobelle, Stereofox, Mixmag, We Plug Good Music and Trndmusik among others.
Enlisting the soulful and sultry vocal talents of UK based Pip Millett, 'Run Away' takes the listener on a journey through a syncopated soundscape driven by the narrative of standing strong in the face of adversity.
‘Pip's unique sound worked perfectly with the instrumental I created and formed this song effortlessly. The vibe of the track resembles the relaxed collaboration that came forth from Pip's unique vocals and my melodic instrumental. First time working with Pip generated an instant response and I can't wait to share this with all of you.’ - Feiertag
Noah Carter is already a legend on the Danish hip-hop scene, but with his new single and mixtape the 25 year old Copenhagen-born rapper has announced himself on the world stage.
Rapping in English and with a brooding, melancholic sonic palate inspired by artists such as Drake as his OVO crew, Noah Carter has the ability to deliver both heavy trap bangers and reflective, R&B-leaning anthems.
Taken from his brand new mixtape 2nd Demo, lead single, ‘Search’ falls very much into the latter of these categories, with Carter’s introspective flows paired alongside a heady, atmospheric beat.
Search was added to Apple Music’s Breaking Hip-hop playlist last week, and is surely the start of Noah Carter’s move into the US, Europe and beyond.
Listen to Search on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2K9KZrK
Vasser returns today with brand new single 'Valerians'. This follows debut EP 'A Telling End', which saw the young singer, producer and multi-instrumentalist pick up support across the likes of Radio 1, 1xtra, BBC Introducing and surpass 3 million early streams. News of Vasser's second EP will follow soon.
'Valerians' marks a further step out of the shadows for Vasser, though its primary influence is in fact those darkest hours themselves: the track takes its title from the sleeping tablets of the same name, but effectively explores the death of a relationship and the clarity thereafter which can cut through the most crowded mind (waking you up in more ways than one). It's these moments of late-night lucidity which feel most apparent across 'Valerians', whose nuanced mix of organic textures, atmospheric electronics and an increasingly confident focus on songwriting and vocals easily marks it out asVasser's most distinct release to date.
Still just 19 years old, Vasser's work is already showing a curious eye for isolation, community and creativity. At home, the choice between a more artistic (but insular) life was apparent from an early age: whilst the London underground beats scene which Vasser aspired to seemed unreachable from the family's sleepy commuter-town, more immediate inspiration came from his mother, a German-born oil-painter who would work downstairs between Vasser's bass-heavy, studio shifts in the bedroom upstairs. Here he started writing songs in earnest around both his final exams and first serious breakup, beginning with the intense, introverted 'Whatever You Want'. Marching to (and producing) your own beat was further instilled by spotting the connections between subcultures Vasser loved: James Blake's cover of 'A Case Of You' opened a window to the work of Joni Mitchell, for instance, before the burgeoning Soundcloud community and DIY ethos of Youtube tutorials broke down any geographical or genre-based walls separating early dub or UK rap from dance producers like Floating Points and Jon Hopkins.
Now, the freedoms and frustrations of where Vasser - and indeed any new artist in 2018 - finds himself has proved to be a growing influence in itself. One of the first generation of producers to genuinely have it all at your fingertips, the duty to truly connect is not lost on Vasser: his suitably fluid artist-name variously seems to nod to both his German heritage, proudly immigrant mother, and the desire to write fully-formed songs - not just beats - which travel. "I've realised," says Vasser, "that you can involve other people without compromising on the desire to do everything yourself. I've been born in an age where you if you work hard, you can basically sound however you want - all it takes is time. And not being exposed to a massive social life through spending time on music has actually helped me express myself better."
A shining new light in a circle of young artists who may feel alone (but are in fact more together than ever), this year will take Vasser firmly out of his own head and into a brightly uncertain future.