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It has been some time since we have seen artists have a roll out plan for a music release. In the era of recording it today, dropping it tomorrow a pre campaign is a thing of the past. Not the case here for DAME BLACK. Kevin Garnett the single offers a us a glimpse into what the sound and vibe between producer Aaron Green and Dame Black have in store for what’s fastly becoming an anticipated album “People Under the Stairs”

 

Surrounded by art is quite appropriate as Dame Black shares stories from the block in a poetic yet easy to digest way. Every word, every line cuts through smoove melodic track. “I can sell a dream to an insomniac” is one of Dame’s many bars that lets you know the man means business on the mic and in the streets. If this is what we have to look forward to with “People Under the Stairs” Detroitrap.com wants all the smoke!

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UPTOWN SATURDAY NIGHT Now project from “KILLZ”

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Killz does it again with the release of the full length project “Uptown Saturday Night” Killz is a Emcee’s emcee. Killz comes from the era of freestyle and battling. There used to be a saying that battle rappers cant write songs. Well, Killz has always been a master at story telling and at this point in his career  that talent is shining on another level. Staff favorites include “Cool Azz Nigghas” “The After Hour” “Git Money” Creole Baby made her usual All-Star appearance on the record “Only Fans” rounding out our top joints off the project is “Care Less” feat Black Laz. Shout out to the dope artwork that just makes you want to check out the music based on the artistic value of the cover.

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KID JAY ROCKS OUT WITH STEVE HARVEY!!!

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Uncle P: We have had the privilege of watching you grow as an artist. How did this connection between you and Steve Harvey come about?

Kid Jay: Last year I was one of the mentees in the Steve Harvey Program and I got to talk to him, Charlamagne and Jeezy. I showed them my poem I wrote about George Floyd and how I work with kids on the Autistic Spectrum and they loved it. Charlamagne Tha God told me “your positive message is needed in hip hop”. It felt good hearing good things about me coming from other rappers in the game that I look up to like Jeezy.

Uncle P: What did it feel like to have someone with the stature of Steve Harvey gravitate towards you?
Kid Jay: It meant the world to me because I grew up watching the Steve Harvey Show so obviously I’m a big fan. So for him to fly me out to speak to the youth felt so unreal, I wouldn’t change the experience for anything .
Uncle P: Tell us about the most recent experience that you had with Mr Harvey?
Kid Jay: We were at the Mentoring Camp in Atlanta and they had their own Basketball tournament going on. Mr. Harvey was a coach and I thought it was hilarious how serious he took the games.
Uncle P:  You have been thrusted into being a role model and a mentor for young people. Is it hard? What challenges have you had with yourself still being young and figuring life out?
Kid Jay: It’s a lot of pressure that comes with being a role model, but I’m willing to take on that responsibility because at the end of day what I’m trying to do is save and encourage our youth. I know I still have a lot to figure out about myself, but everybody is a work in progress and If I can be the one to help the youth progress even farther than I will.
Uncle P: Do you find it challenging to be a positive force in the music industry when it seems like all your peers want to hear is music that doesn’t necessarily utilize or feed the soul in a productive manner?
Kid Jay: Yeah, because right now music has a specific sound and that’s the type of music listeners wanna hear because they’re used to it. I’ve always said as long as music sounds good to the ear, I love it and one day everybody else will because my music is GOOD.
Uncle P:  What’s Harvey’s favorite song of yours?
Kid Jay: Golden Child, he likes the old school beat because it got that West Coast Feel.
Uncle P: Tell me about this record you just dropped with your brother?
Kid Jay:  I dropped a track with my brother just for fun and everybody went crazy for it all over Facebook and Instagram. We spent like 3 hours recording it laughing, trying to figure out what we were gonna say, but I’m glad we did it because my brother is my best friend.
Uncle P: We are just over halfway done with 2022. How do you plan out closing the year?
Kid Jay: I plan on dropping a new song every 2 weeks for the rest of the year because I wanna be more consistent

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djkage PRESENTS: D-IMPORTS VOL. 3

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Djkage hit’s us off with the 3rd edition of the D-Imports Mix Tape series. Fully produced by djkage himself you’ll find over 35 artist dropping lyrics on this 28 song project. Strong promo has been done for this project with the release of a visual every week for the last 2 months. Now that’s how you roll out a record! Peep the latest visual THE CRAFT feat Guilty Simpson and Awesome Dre

 

https://djkage.bandcamp.com/album/djkage-presents-d-imports-vol-3-2

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