Come-up R&B singer Cuban drops official viz for “Usher in 98″.
Cuban – Usher In 98
Directed By P.Harris
Produced By Twin
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After dropping the studio footage viral joint (below) Mel officially drops “Cold Piece”.
“You’re such a cold piece of work at heart…”
By: Melanie Fiona
Produced By: Alan Nglish
Previous: NEW VIDEO: MELANIE FIONA “COLD PIECE” (STUDIO SESSION)
First introduction to Kavale via his self-produced single “I Run That”.
Look for the Remix Project alum to release his debut mixtape “Good Art Never Dies” later this summer.
The first two accompanying visuals for “We Live It” (Produced by Freddie Joachim) and “V I B E $” (Produced by Lord Dawn) off The Foreigners’ “Apex” mixtape.
Hit the jump for the “V I B E $” visuals!
Previously: NEW MIXTAPE: The Foreigners “Apex”
After dropping a string of MP3s online (including this banger) JHYVE releases official visuals for “To The Sky”.
“Every time we climb, we get closer to the sky.”
Canadian RnB singer/songwriter/producer JHYVE is pleased to release his brand new video based on a powerful new song titled “To The Sky”.
The song captures JHYVE trying to conquer the adversities that come with love. Knowing that true love can survive anything, he sings:
Girl we’ve fallen hard a million times before
And we’ve shed these tears a million times or more
And I’ve seen a million girls from a million different worlds
But the love you give can never be restored
baby you, you, and me were meant to be together
Cry together, In the rain girl, one umbrella
Girl we fall, but everytime we climb
We get closer to the sky
Previous: NEW MUSIC: JHYVE “COME BACK DOWN”
Smash Brova#1 – Junia-T – continues to get his production/placement game on with a cut on DeLorean’s “Grace” album, available @ http://www.livemixtapes.com/mixtapes/22719/delorean-grace.html
Previously: NEW MUSIC: TassNata “I Dunno” (Prod. Junia-T)
First introduction to The Foreigners via their “Apex” mixtape, produced by Freddie Joachim, Ohbliv and Lord Dawn.