Song of the Day: New Habit – Rachel Marie

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Today’s song is New Habit, the latest track by Maryland-based R&B artist, RACHEL MARIE.

Also known as LilMarie, the 23 year old have enjoyed success with her last effort High (featured on NEW LEASE MUSIC), generating  over 100,000 listeners and 20,000 downloads. The 90s-styled instrumental is credited to the late J Dilla.

When away from the studio, the Jacksonville University graduate  runs her successful start up marketing company, Push Power Promo.

So ease yourself into Monday and have a listen to New Habit. Enjoy!

Song of the Day: This Is Who I Am – Lateefah

If you’re looking to chill out this weekend, this sweet tune will set you right! Check today’s song, This Is Who I Am by neo-soul singer/songwriter LATEEFAH. The track was released 14th July.

Singing from the age of three has definitely paid off for the smooth gospel powerhouse…she received praise for her debut reggae single, Here I Am which stole the top spot for three weeks on the Reverbnation Christian chart for St. Lucia and, for a period of one week, was number one on all genres chart. Her single Love Me Through shortly followed and received heavy praised (and rotation) on Premier Radio. 

No doubt her latest offerings will fuel the success as you get easily drawn into  the Londoner’s silky-smooth vocals – so take time out and have a listen for yourself!

If you’re feeling her vibe, make contact @LateefahSings

Song of the Day: Polaroid Flick – Tru Fam


Check today’s song, Polaroid Flick   from hip-hop duo TRU FAM. The track is coming from their latest mixtape, Thrill XL, released  the end of April.

Hailed as one of the freshest acts in their hometown, New Jersey, twin brothers Sha (Shareef Naley) and Justi (Tyreef Nealy)  mix hip-hop with a dense downtempo drive (or, if you like, trip-hop.)

It all started back in 2009, when the release of their debut mixtape, Out of this World,  brought them back-to-back performances around New Jersey. Their track All We Need earned them a spot at the Van Rap Tour and they  also received heavy coverage on MTV and Last F.M. with their project Bowties and Applause.

The success doesn’t end with attention-grabbing tracks – they’re on a serious mission in building their brand #ULTRACULTURE, which encourages people to go for their dreams.

So have a blast at  Polaroid Flick to find out why they deserve all the hype…and if you’re digging this track, head over to Soundcloud and listen to Thrill XL.

Make contact with the twins @TRUFAM

Song of the Day: Why You Mad – Lucchi

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Today song is Why you Mad by Ohio-based hip-hop artist LUCCHI. The track is the second release of his latest EP, Unappreciated.

The 4-minute head-rolling production talks of the hate and envy that comes along with a certain level of success – I guess we all can relate to that! Go on, take time out and listen.

If you’re feeling Why You Mad, it’s worth checking out his collection of tracks on Bandcamp.

Song of the day: Chicago Anthem – Rello Dreamer

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Today’s track is The Chicago Anthem by hip-hopper RELLO DREAMER .

The 8-minute production was in the works for almost 2 years! It all started when the Chicago-based upriser grabbed producer Rockie Fresh to remix his track, Gimme A Min – but he wanted to make the song bigger, by producing an anthem for the city to unite all the top talent in Chicago.

The track features Rockie Fresh, Chikko Red, Castro, Big Homie Doe, Chris Millie, YP, Viru The Truth, Boss Woo, Ando Ruckus, Saba, King Samson and of course, the man himself.

So go ahead and have a listen to  Chicago Anthem. Connect with Rello Dreamer @rellodreamer

Album review: Welcome to the Human Race – Hollander Blue

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It’s been a long time coming but with a team of talented artists and producers, singer/songwriter HOLLANDER BLUE has fixed and perfected the album, Welcome to the Human Race, released last month.

The 10 track production includes the stunningly smooth Red Moon and Doubt…and expect even more smooth, therapeutic pop completed by angelic and tranquil vocals from the North-Carolina artist.

To put it simply, Welcome to the Human Race is ONE sterling album that should not go unheard…so here’s the perfect opportunity to have a listen right here.

The #Mustlistens: Space Between, Doubt, Rise, Wingman