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Hannah Monds – “I Wanna Love You”

This past Friday R&B / Pop artist Hannah Monds released the visual to her new song, “I Wanna Love You.”  With a sexy dance…

This past Friday R&B / Pop artist Hannah Monds released the visual to her new song, “I Wanna Love You.”  With a sexy dance choreographed by Chris Season, Hannah Monds gracefully moves across the roof in heels giving fans an up close look at her skills dancing and singing.

“When I do my music I always see the visual first, so when I first made I Wanna Love You, I envisioned myself in the city on top of a building. My choreographer, Chris Season and I came up with the concept to turn the top of the building into a stage. Then we got together with director David Hulbert who put the look together adding stage elements to the roof top giving it the over all presence of an epic stage performance,” Hannah said.

Previously audio of the single gained attention with Billboard as the infamous media brand asked Hannah to take over the @BillboardHipHop Instagram page upon the record’s release.

“I Wanna Love You” was initially recorded and written by Hannah herself, but the song features additional lyrics on the hook from artist/songwriter, Kes Kross. Additionally a trio of engineers and producers worked on this song to bring it to the final version that listeners will hear today.

“I haven’t had music out for that long and for people to react to it like this, it’s exciting for me and it shocked me.  I think as artists, and I can speak for myself when I say this, but I’m super critical of my own stuff and my music is different from what is out in today’s popular music on radio,” Hannah Monds said.

The track was produced by Tec Beatz and mixed and mastered by Yonni  who has previously worked with Justin Bieber, Trey Songz, Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, Missy Elliott, Nicki Minaj and 2Chainz.

“I Wanna Love You” alsogot additional mixing and mastering by Jean Marie Horvat known for his work most recently on Rae Sremmurd’s “Powerglide” and previously with Janet Jackson.

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Cameron Airborne – “No Cuffing ” ft. Jackboy

Today South Florida artist Cameron Airborne, drops the music video for his song “No Cuffin” featuring buzzing rapper Jackboy. In the Andrew Colton directed music video,…

Today South Florida artist Cameron Airborne, drops the music video for his song “No Cuffin” featuring buzzing rapper Jackboy. In the Andrew Colton directed music video, listeners get a hazy and psychedelic visual to go along with Cameron Airborne‘s catchy Summer bop. 

“The beat was a collaborative track with K.E. on the Track. He laced up the beat and I got Jackboy on there for the hook too. It’s just real catchy, we shot the video for the track and it just a had kind of club or pop vibe to it. It’s definitely a Summer song and its very upbeat and kind of fast paced, it def keeps the head nodding.”

Combing elements of guitar and singing, Cameron Airborne has found a lane doing his own thing combining it all with rap after performing in a band early on in his career.

“I play guitar because I had played in a band before and I ended up rapping. It gave me stage experience and the drive to want to do my own thing.” Cameron Airborne explained.  “I branched out and started doing my own music and I always wrote my own poetry so transitioning to rapping was natural. I can make trap music, I can make pop catchy sounding music and I can make real lyrical stuff too.  When I put out a projects I try to put out a little something for everyone to take something away from the project.”

Although most of the world has been shut down over the past few months with COVID-19, Cameron Airborne remains busy producing instrumentals and gearing up for his own studio where he will be able to record artists there. 

“Im just on the independent grind, I’m opening up my own studio and that way I can make money, just recording and doing sessions,” Cameron Airborne explained.   “I’ve been producing my own instrumentals and so I have a lot of music lined up and some big features tucked away for the right time to present them.”

 

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K’Coneil – “Quarantine and Chill”

Today rising Reggae and Dancehall artist, K‘Coneil releases his new single, “Quarantine and Chill.” As the world remains on shutdown…

Today rising Reggae and Dancehall artist, K‘Coneil releases his new single, “Quarantine and Chill.”

As the world remains on shutdown with concert venues and clubs across the world closed, artists like K‘Coneil have retreated to their homes to create.

Emerging with his aptly titled song, “Quarantine and Chill,” this Jamaican born artist has a hit on his hands and the world is responding via social media. As part of the promotion for the song, K‘Coneil got his fans involved making sure everyone followed social distancing guidelines for the Edwin Escobar Films edited visual.

“The single is called Quarantine and Chill is about being stuck at home with your girl and enjoying each others company physically and mentally. The video captures an array of beautiful females dancing and enjoying themselves while being quarantined, so it’s just one of those song so many people can relate to,” K‘Coneil said. “The song is produced by a few of my friends Keyz and Crooks and I wrote the song myself based on personal experiences living through COVID-19.”

Raised in a small town in the Parish of St. James, K‘Coneil grew up only four miles from Montego Bay in what he calls a “small poverty ridden area of Jamaica.”

“Back home the music is all about Dancehall, Reggae and Gospel. There’s lots of young talented singers aiming to be a big star one day just like myself, but I’m from a singing family so I have been in music since birth. When I started recording in 2010 I fell in love with making music and it’s been a journey since,” K‘Coneil said.

While K‘Coneil is used to being on the road performing and making appearances on radio like Hot 97 and Jams 99, he’s still determined to meet the fans halfway by continuing to release music. K‘Coneil added:

“Despite being unable to travel and perform for my fans ,I’m committed to continuing to release new music to keep everyone engaged in the meantime! Stay tuned for new music and videos. To your Success!”

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Mike Spitz – “Saginaw, Michigan”

Today Michigan rapper Mike Spitz drops the visual to his track based on his Midwest hometown, “Saginaw, Michigan.” The track…

Today Michigan rapper Mike Spitz drops the visual to his track based on his Midwest hometown, “Saginaw, Michigan.” The track is taken from his upcoming project, Best You Never Heard set for release in the coming weeks.

One trip down I-75 in Michigan and you will come to small town named Saginaw. Known for violence, basketball and failed economic hopes Saginaw is a struggling part of America’s decaying rust belt, yet Saginaw is a place called home to many who love the city like Mike Spitz.

“It is a look into my world,” Mike Spitz said of his new song about his hometown.”This song tells you about myself and where Im from. The video was shot at an early 1900’s mansion in Saginaw that’s believed to be haunted so the video is a little bit crazy. But isn’t everybody?”

According to Mike Spitz, Saginaw brought out the unique raw emotion and real life lyrics in his music. This is the first video of four that will come from Mike’s project, Best You Never Heard and is directed by Fresh Rich Visuals.

The album features production from Cory “Co-P” Peterson and also Mike Spitz himself along with some guest appearances from Jelly Roll, Rikk Reign, Woody Gates, and guitar by Shawn Yancer.

I’m actually shooting 3 more videos in the next month and I’m working on my follow up album right now. It’s gonna be a 10 song story completely produced by Scattered Brains (Struggle,Jelly Roll,Adam Calhoun, Waylon & Willie) at his studio in Tennessee,” Mike Spitz said. We had a lot of stuff planned but then this f**kin Coronavirus shit hit. Everything keeps being cancelled. My state is on complete lockdown. So I’ve been just writing and shooting as many videos as possible. I’m just trying to take advantage of the world shutting down. Probably never happen again.”

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