CEE x Dohm – “HOLD YOU DOWN”
Love is still in the air in 2021, and Canadian R&B artist CEE is giving lovers something they can feel and enjoy. Teaming up with Canadian rapper Dohm , she releases the “ Yours… ” EP. Consisting of 2 tracks, “ HOLD YOU DOWN ” and “ IN MY BED ”, CEE and Dohm look to get lovers on the right track this Valentine’s Day weekend.
The project is filled with lyrics that find them either resolving issues, getting closer to each other like on the steamy and very intimate “ IN MY BED ” or proving to each other that they’re the right one even when they’re with someone else like on “ HOLD YOU DOWN ”. ArazOnTheBeat ’s productions go amazingly well with the artists, keeps the listener in tune, and promises to be a repeater even after the love filled weekend.
Young Go – “Sittin Inda Back”
Inglewood representer, Young Go is putting on for his with his freshly released project, “NO COSIGN VOL 2.” Continuing where Volume 1 left off, with Young Go‘s patented insightful lyricism mixed with his infectious singing ability, “NO CO SIGN” denotes a do it all your self style both in creativity and business.
The mixtape showcases the range of Young Go’s creative capacity and is a strong showing from a very promising and upcoming Polynesian artist, a demographic growing in the Hip Hop market. Only time will tell what Young Go’s star power is, but what is apparent is Young Go is aiming to make it big for his family and community, as he puts it, “I need a hundred million sittin’ inda bank.”
Nasty C & Ari Lennox – “Black And White”
South Africa’s next breakout star, Nasty C teams up with Ari Lennox for an easy on the ears bop, “Black And White”. Speaking on love and all that comes with it, Black And White’s accompanying visual shows the excitement of a long distance relationship, flights, FaceTime calls and all. The track will be featured on “Rhythms Of Zamunda: Music Inspired by Coming 2 America”, which drops March 5th.
Boslen – “Trip”
Boslen is a 22-year-old trailblazing genre-bending artist of Jamaican and Indigenous Canadian descent based in Vancouver. Sonically he fuses Hip Hop, Rock, Pop and everything else under sun to craft his emotive rap ballads and bouncing trap bangers. “Trip” comes in as a solid addition to his discography with edgy songwriting complemented by bass-heavy production. Boslen has been actively pushing himself creatively and is becoming known for his self-reflective lyricism, and his ability to seamlessly flow over Pop, Hip Hop, R&B and Alternative production. In the horizon Boslen will be releasing his debut album “DUSK to DAWN”.
Mosa – “Mad Friendly”
After dropping catching he attention of Jas Prince and signing to Young Empire Music Group, Mosa come through with a brand new project, “Heartbreak University”mwhich features production by legend Mike Dean, who has worked with Kanye West, Tupac and Travis Scott. “Heartbreak University is some of my most vulnerable music to date,” Mosa said.
“Every track on the project is based off my own personal experiences that have helped shaped me to be who I am today. I know a lot of people are going to relate, so I’m excited for everyone to hear it.” Heartbreak University embodies the transition period between being in love to now finding one’s way without love and includes previously released singles “Mad Friendly” and “Styrofoam.” The 13-song project gives listeners a look into Mosa’s world as he offers his perspective on love and loss.
Marcus Haran – “Otherside”
Once again showing he’s unafraid to broach topics others fear to tread, Toronto’s Trap-Soul Hip Hop artist Marcus Haran drops “Otherside”. In this case, it’s themes of addiction, abuse, and mental health, and it’s a stunning revisit to Haran’s very real, very raw lyrical storytelling roots found throughout his breakthrough LP — “Marcus Haran: A True Story. a Soundscape to in-Difference”.
“This is a tragic love ballad,” he offers of “Otherside.” “It’s me telling the story of a fatal attraction between two people in love, but also the relationship between someone and the addiction that loves them. Making the music video for this was an emotional experience for everyone involved. Especially the actors portraying the two main characters: some reactions weren’t always an act… Although addiction, abuse, and mental illness in general are topics addressed in ‘Otherside,’ I also wanted to highlight recovery through understanding that there are options. My hope for this video is, if someone recognizes the situation, they can get help — whether for someone they love, or for themselves.”
EST Gee – “Young Shiners”
“Young Shiners” finds EST Gee doing what he does best – stunting and spitting fire bars about overcoming trials and tribulations to become a “young shiner, body full of diamonds.” The Diesel Film–directed visual comes on the heels of Gee’s recently-released project, “I Still Don’t Feel Nun”, that includes collaborations with CMG CEO, Yo Gotti, Jack Harlow and Kevin Gates, among others. Earlier this month CMG Records announced EST GEE as the latest addition to their roster, which includes 42 Dugg, Moneybagg Yo, Blac Youngsta, and other dope artists.