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Force Reaction Drop Music For The Revolution

Force Reaction — the duo of Silus Bedlam (vocals) and Bitter Sweetness (production) — are carrying on the tradition of…

Force Reaction — the duo of Silus Bedlam (vocals) and Bitter Sweetness (production) — are carrying on the tradition of Hip Hop with a message; mental health, politics, art, and big pharma are among the bevy of conscious topics they traverse with their high energy music. In an era marred with many head scratching injustices, a presidency that is baffling to many, and a rise in violent crimes as a result unchecked personal demons, Hip Hop needs all the heroes it can get.

“In order to stay standing you must exert a force equal and opposite to the trials of life.”
— Force Reaction

Their latest project, Equal and Opposite, is ten songs filled with knowledge, gems, and theme songs to chant on an eternal quest for wokeness. Silus’ unique cadence is perfectly complimented by Bitter Sweetness’ signature production that would lead itself well to live performance. There are a few different vibes — like the cinematic flow on the moody “Out Of My Element,” the head nodding drum loop of “Aside,” and the 80s/early 90s vibe of the instrumentation on powerful “Rise Up.”

Give the album a spin, below.

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Prezzy Supreme Drops “Tekashi” & “Selena”

Prezzy Supreme, also known as Stillz, was born in the South Bronx. When he was in high school, Damon Dash…

Prezzy Supreme, also known as Stillz, was born in the South Bronx. When he was in high school, Damon Dash would give him advice about the music industry and also critiqued his mixtapes. Despite growing up in the projects, his insight made PREZZY value education and improving himself. He decided to pursue a degree at Hampton University in Virginia and traveled around the country and cultivated his passion for music by collaborating and working with different artists and producers from ATL, Cali, Miami, and Houston.

 
In his early twenties, he lost two of his best friends, one to a drug overdose; the other was murdered in a robbery. Surprisingly, PREZZY SUPREME’s music before came more melodic and upbeat amplifying his focus on positive energy and good vibes. His new single “Too Late” is set to be released in July of 2018. When he is on stage, the audience can expect a high octane-fueled performance where PREZZY energizes the crowd and commands their full attention. Most recently PREZZY opened for Rich The Kid in NYC. He also has landed a direct support slot on a few of the coveted The Diplomats: Dipset Forever 2018 summer tour dates.

Follow Prezzy Supreme on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter today for daily updates.

Hear Prezzy Supreme’s latest singles, “Tekashi” and “Selena” now, courtesy of Soundcloud.

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Pharaoh Hussein Preps New LP “Lightyears”

Miami rapper Pharaoh Hussein has seen it all and been through a lot. He’s refocused negative to positive, combining the…

Miami rapper Pharaoh Hussein has seen it all and been through a lot. He’s refocused negative to positive, combining the compassion he has for life and music and creating art dedicated to those like him; a black sheep, outside of the box thinker. “I was rapping as a hobby at age 11, but began to take it seriously around 17,” he reveals to AAHH. “I was saving money and paying for studio time.”

“My sound is dark gloomy,” he explains when asked about his sound. “Picture Earl Sweatshirt and MF DOOM with a little bit of trap infused.

The indie rapper is currently working on a project called Lightyears, which has been in production for almost a year. “It’s finally done,” he says proudly. “It’s dealing with a light vs.dark concept, which I think everyone can relate with; having battles with a darker side and mental health has become problematic in the world. I just wanted to address certain issues creatively and still be engaging and entertaining.”

He’s quick to state that his career goal is to run a label. “I know I could to do that, but I want to do anything that involves music … be involved in soundtracks, commercial jingles; you name it.

Next up for the emcee is the upcoming August release of Lightyears. “I’m [also] dropping the video to the first single “Skeletons” real soon … right now I’m putting everything behind this project, ” he says.

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RJ Full Range Has The Beats You’re Looking For

For over 15 years, producer RJ Full Range has been living the dream, having landed significant placements or worked with…

For over 15 years, producer RJ Full Range has been living the dream, having landed significant placements or worked with the likes of Fox Searchlight, VH1, MTV and Death Row Records. Aside from work with platinum selling artists, he’s also worked with artists on the rise such as Compton AV, Marcus Black (Love & Hip-Hop Hollywood), Nicky D’s, Stevie Crooks, and Famous Uno. His latest venture, Full Range Beats, began in 2016 when he launched a new website to sell beats direct to clients. 

“I just wanna focus on producing music the way I wanna produce it,” he notes — explaining that this venture wasn’t meant to replace his TV or film work. “If someone in TV & film wants something I have, cool. I don’t want to chase though.” 

With his experience in tow, RJ’s production and experience runs the gambit from Hip Hop to trap. With years in the game, and constant attention paid to what’s popping on Billboard — regarding sound — RJ can get you all set up with professional instrumentals meant to enhance your songs and take them to the next level.

Check him out for yourself: FullRangeBeats.com

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Producer Dub Stacks Is Giving Back To The Culture

24-year-old Bay Area producer Dub Stacks has five years in the game — as well as a style and endearing…

24-year-old Bay Area producer Dub Stacks has five years in the game — as well as a style and endearing focus that makes him stand out. “The music I put out promotes self-confidence, self-worth, and positive self-esteem,” he tells AAHH. “Hip-Hop had saved my life and helped me through hard times when I was a child.”

As he further explains, his latest project is his way of giving back to the culture. “[The culture] helped me become who I am today,” he says. “My goal is to reach out to listeners who have been going through hard times in their life, and when they listen to my music, I want them to feel they can keep going.”

His 7-song project Introversion features a host of talented guests and is available for streaming now via SoundCloud. Press play, below.

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