D.R.E.E.M. Entertainment is a indie/unsigned music collective from Saginaw, MI. In a world where creativity and originality is lacking, their music has that "breath of fresh air" quality that it so badly needs and it exceedingly shows. It has a raw emotion that lives, breathes, and speaks for itself. The energy it possess is enough to power even the entire Las Vegas strip; this is especially seen while performing live. Growing up in the impoverished city of Saginaw, violence and crime is at an all-time high and the only positive outlets for youth to be apart of was organized sports. The collective has come a long way from the slums and last year they performed all across the Midwest gracing venues in cities such as Detroit, Grand Rapids, Mt. Pleasant, Flint, and Chicago.
Never one to bite his tongue for anyone REKS is starting this new year off with select words for those who extend one hand while holding the dagger in the other. Brought to you by garglegrenades.com, 'Revolution Cocktail' is a warm up for what promises to be another productive year for REKS.
Diamond District emcee Uptown XO teamed up with MTVhive today to release the first single from his upcoming solo album "Colour de Grey". The track, Finding My Way, was produced by A.B. The Pro and features a percussive funk loop that finds XO in an introspective mood - lyrically exploring all he's been through - from childhood evictions and lost memories, to the battle for his soul: "Lost erything in life and had to start all over / I had to cope with the pain, no I can't stay sober"
For Punchline & Loyalty Digital Corp. 2013 has started off on a very good note. After releasing a successful album last summer called "Underground Superstar" Punchline is back at it with a new venture in place. Punchline has teamed up with Loyalty Digital Corp. and is gearing up to release a new Mixtape in the first quarter and a new album later in the year.
Matt Shadetek Brings Bass Music To His Block On New Album feat. Riff Raff, Jahdan, Troy Ave + more
Courtesy Stephen B.
Matt Shadetek is a member of a rare and vanishing tribe: the native New Yorkers. When he was five years old, his best friend Basil got a copy of the Beastie Boys' License to Ill. Basilís mom was a painter and free thinker who recognized intuitively that this was the perfect music for two rowdy five year olds. Ten years later the head rush of jungle hit New York: "I thought I was going to be a science fiction writer until I started going to Konkrete Jungle. The music was so crazy and futuristic but also connected the dots between rave music, hip-hop and dancehall. I was totally captivated."
BBA links with OG Tragedy Khadafi for Some Ol' School. Trag lets people know he still got it. BBA holds his own with a Queensbridge legend and spits some fresh bars over a Marc Wondah produced track. God Willing!!