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Brad Jones Rap

Brad Jones – Featured Artist

Brad Jones is a rapper, singer, and songwriter from good ol’ Chattanooga, TN. He just released an album in October 2019 called Where I’m Going and he’s been releasing singles ever since then. When I asked him what his “elevator pitch” is for his music, he basically said he’s just trying to tell his story […]

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Kristen Karma - Dear John

Kristen Karma – Dear John – Review

Kristen Karma’s new song “Dear John” is a passionate, emotional plea homage to a lost lover. The Canadian artist already has a long list of collaborations and accolades, and “Dear John” finds her continuing to grow as an artist. Kristen Karma – Dear John The song follows a traditional AB/AB structure, with the chorus instrumentation […]

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Chelzzz Resized

Chelzzz – Artist Review

Let’s be real for a minute. Michigan is killing it when it comes to hip-hop. And I’m not just saying that because that’s where I am from. Ever since Eminem came on the scene, we have been seeing more and more talent flow out of the mitten state with Chelzzz being one of the latest. […]

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B-Eazy - Back On My Feet

B-Eazy – Back On My Feet – Review

B-Eazy is a rapper, MC, and master wordsmith from Chi-town USA. Some of the best music comes from Chicago and B-Eazy is no exception. I’ve always had a soft spot in my musical heart for this dude. He was one of the first guests we ever had on Indie Music LIVE! and he continued to […]

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SWATS

SWATS – Featured Artist

We’ve known SWATS for a few years now. In fact, he’s part of the cutting edge gamer/rap group GAMEBREAX. We featured them a few years ago when Indie Music Plus was just starting out. We’ve had SWATS’ partner Omega Sparx on Indie Music LIVE! as a panel guest frequently as well. Now SWATS is releasing […]

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Shilla

Shilla – Can’t Be Friends – Review

T-pain started it. Kanye and Lil’ Wayne took off with it. And now artists like Travis Scott and Future are cementing auto-tune’s place in hip-hop history. And even though Jay-Z called it out in 2009 and we thought that was the death of auto-tune, it looks like it isn’t going anywhere anytime soon. And you […]

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DJ R3v3r3nd Murd3r

DJ R3V3R3ND MURD3R – Review

It makes me feel happy to know that musical quality is alive and well in hip-hop. Ok, first of all, DJ R3V3R3ND MURD3R is way to hard to type repeatedly, so let’s call this artist Justin. Actually, Justin is his real name and he makes a combination of EDM and hip-hop. His beats hark back […]

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