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Following your dreams comes with a price. It tests the loyalty of friends, and breaks you down mentally and emotionally. Being able to see the lesson in every hardship is essential to growth and TruthCity’s ‘While You Were Sleeping’ is the embodiment of that ideal. The once homeless emcee tells a tale of struggle and triumph and gives his audience the strength they need to keep going.
“I started shaping this album piece by piece in the summer of 2016. I intended for it to be a departure from my bright, jazzy boom bap hiphop style. I was tired of being confined to rapping. I wanted to showcase my songwriting and test my vocal skills. This was also around the time I had quit my job and I was sleeping on a friend’s couch. My phone had gotten turned off and I was living dime to dime scratching to eat every day borrowing money from friends. I was also doing shows almost every other week performing songs like “The Family” and “Get Rich.” Through it all I got the blessing of having studio equipment provided to me to finish this project. So I had to become an audio engineer in a month and not having money on a day to day was eating away at my spirit.” -TruthCity
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Today East Orange, New Jersey’s Ant Vercetti takes us behind the scenes of his video shoot for “I Ain’t Off Shit” produced by LBeats. The young go-getter shines in his own Entrepreneur Label clothing, accessorized properly with beautiful women and the freshest whips in this upcoming visual directed by BMarFamous of Secret Society.
Check out the exclusive BTS footage from LVEnt, and listen to the single here: https://soundcloud.com/ant-vercetti/i-aint-off-shit
What were you doing in kindergarten? If you ask 11-year-old Brooklyn Queen, she’ll tell you about the song she wrote at age 5, and her first official studio recording at just 8-years-old. Recently the Detroit native went viral with several dances, including her newest sensation “KeKe Taught Me” produced by Orlando’s The Crew. Listen as Brooklyn Queens turns up the heat with a lively series of steps, and you can follow along on her IG at http://Instagram.com/brooklynqueen03
Today Quavo of Migos adds his signature flare to Alexis Ayaana’s “Bad Enough”, produced by multi-platinum beatcrafter Drumma Boy. Shining from Atlanta, Alexis Ayaana is stepping up as America’s Urban Pop Princess with her powerful Twenty One EP, which is available now on all digital outlets via GME / Empire. Listen to “Bad Enough” below, and get Twenty One here: https://itun.es/i6725KK
Harlem singer/songwriter Ran Christian brings us some risky business today with the fiery new single “Dead Or Alive”. This song was produced by Rick Steel, known for his work with the likes of French Montana, and will appear on Ran Christian’s upcoming mixtape Made In Harlem, slated for release on 2/28.