Mayyadda has done it again! She returns with an 8-track digital album entitled, “Holding Space” This project carefully embodies that 90’s Goapele vibe; yet of course with her own quirky-motivational twist. The power in this project comes from its simplicity in preparation. Listening to it, I can tell these songs started with a guitar, a feeling, and a voice in heart. I think what I enjoy about this young queens music most is the fact that it can be listened to around anyone. Small children or Grandma. It is perfect for most occasions and gatherings because she is bold in her craft, subtle with her expression, and relate-able on many-many playing fields. 

My favorite tracks: Love Ain’t Supposed To Be, Dying Day, Sick and Tired. 


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Recently, well-known underground artist Ramaj Eroc teamed up with Dabid Music to pull together the Feelings 2 EP as well as the New Chance music video. This time, he’s come with the unnexpected–yet necessary.

After listening to the tape, it is clear to see that Ramaj has gone darker in sound, and incredibly more raw in emotional expression. The layers to this artwork are incredible! There’s Poetry, there’s R&B, there’s Hip-Hop, there’s New School and Old school. LIterally, he’s got a little bit of everything one would need. Been Tellin Yall” is sure to be a fan favorite. C’mon, who else can go from “Baby, let me tell you how I feel” type-of-vulnerability to “I could give a f*ck how you feel” type-of-cocky? None other.

Independent Sh*t We Runnin, Label Never Seen Us Coming..


Philly artist Jay Griffy takes the  ARTIST OF THE WEEK” title with his song and video “Grand Master F” His own unique twist on G.Masters late and great song “The Message” Griffy and Ken Raw found a way to make the track and video their very own. Philly visuals inspire the video whilst the random, quirky-lirkin’ eyes add just the right amount of sauce to set us all striaght. Overall, dope visuals and high energy! 


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Stay tuned for Jay Griffy’s soon-to-be released LP “Gawd Like