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Skalla – Slow Grind

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Hailing from a city better known for its bankruptcy than its bosses, it’s no wonder why rapper and songwriter SkaLLa feels his neighborhood has a unique sound that needs to be heard, soon his upcoming single “Slow Grind” will showcase the real Detroit—the one where crooked cops parlay with hustlers and drug dealers, and everyday citizens fight for survival. “I’m bringing real originality, and I’m not fabricating anything I’m talking about, that why I know I’m relatable,” says SKalla. Despite the unforgiving news headlines, there’s beauty beneath the grime of Detroit.  It’s where SKalla first got his taste of the old school melodies that flooded through his grandmother’s home—music that was heavily influenced by the many talented artists that once strutted the now abandoned streets. It’s also where his love of R&B music began, as evidenced on records sampling classic tunes from artists such as Luther Vandross.

SkaLLa, began studying music and discovered a hidden talent in songwriting, helping to pen a few R&B songs for a local singer. He eventually landed in front of representatives from Jive Records, who were impressed by his knack for branding, as well as his blatantly honest lyricism. Realizing that his name was also a major part of his brand, he ditched the moniker of his youth and chose SkaLLa as an ode to his ability of combining his book smarts with that of the streets that he calls home. In a world where many rappers spew lyrics from ghostwriters, SKalla prides himself on writing his own music. The release of “Slow Grind” in Winter 2021 gives the seasoned rapper a new reason to boast, as he sets out to drop gems through personal stories of a boy going through trials and tribulations turning him into a man. He feels this project will encourage others to pursue better opportunities outside of their usual circumstances as he did.

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Kid Jay: Spin the Block “New Music”

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Fresh off Americas got talent and winning a stellar award with the Detroit youth choir for there rendition of the song Glory who originally was made by John legend and Common who love there remake KidJay drops a single off his second Album called spin the block.

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New Music: Amb Stackz – Amen

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(ALL MONEY BOY ) AMB STACKZis a artist coming out of Southwest Detroit a new sound of himself by using urban variations of sound waves . STACKZ (age 28) has been writing his own music since BEING RELEASED FEOM STATE PRISON 2014 for a felony gun charge . Raised on street morales and with a use of word play, he created a powerful Presence in Detroit rap scene . AMB STACKZ is a rapper,Vocalist , songwriter, engineer and at times a producer for self works Growing up on McGraw Ave he is set to have a surprise appearance in the recognizable “ MCGRAW AVE Season 2 series for a stint! His tape is about to laugh for April 1st , 2022 on all platforms by next day after ! Before After almost losing his life flying out a windshield on a robbery attempt he never rapped or even knew how he says “ I learned to rap a yr after release like 2015 had to really research background origin and founders to find if I wanted to use my voice “, MAKE TRAP GREAT AGAIN IS HIS MIXTAPE TITLE be on the lookout!

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New Music: Jaifive – Tell Me You Get It

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In the ever changing music industry of today, rising music star Jai Five is boldly taking his place as one of the next great artists of the new generation. Jai Five’s music is an evenly-infused mix of Hip-Hop, R&B, and Carribean sounds as the rising superstar can easily be described as a versatile artist. With strong emotional and spiritual elements included in his music, Jai not only connects with people who endured similar childhood struggles as him, but he also shares songs, stories, and experiences that people of all backgrounds can relate to.

Check out the newest single “Tell me you get it”

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