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Tower Hits The Arizona Desert For His New Video “Skylight”

Rapper/singer Tower — coming straight out of Phoenix, Arizona, is bringing honesty, quality music and a high-level of charisma to…

  1. Rapper/singer Tower — coming straight out of Phoenix, Arizona, is bringing honesty, quality music and a high-level of charisma to the game.  “Music was an outlet because it was fun and took me to a better place mentally,” he tells AAHH. “[It] made me have a different outlook on my future.” 

From high profile performance slots to viral videos doing numbers, he’s been blazing a lane into the limelight for a minute now. His latest visual, “Skylight,” is an appetizer to his upcoming mixtape My Turning Point, expected to drop this summer. With lush desert backdrop, and dope violin — which is sort of reminiscent of Miri Ben Ari — he goes off, definitely setting himself up in the right direction.

Check it out, below.

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D-Brown – “Money Remix”

“Eli Made Me Do It” coming soon!

Currently preparing his debut full-length LP Eli Made Me Do It, D-Brown gives his fans a taste of the quality to expect with a visual treatment for his remix of Cardi B’s hit single, “Money” — his first visual release since last Summer’s “Hardaway Freestyle.”

Relevant: D-Brown Preps His Upcoming LP “Eli Made Me Do It”

Flanked by gorgeous women, guns, and rocking jewels and an LED mask, the Gary, Indiana, native drops heavy bars with his trademark gruff cadence. “Fuck the Internet, niggas sending threats, that’s the type of shit to get these niggas wet — fuck the holdin’ back, we can get to that [*gun shots*] that’s the end of that.”

Eli Made Me Do It is set to drop early this year, for updates, be sure to follow his Twitter! Watch his “Money Remix” above.

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King Cassius – “Chin Up”

King Cassius’, “Chin Up,” is a heavy dose of melodic bars and laid back grooves.

LA newcomer King Cassius has a shining future ahead of him. Having been raised by parents working in the film industry, Cassius started down a different path after discovering a passion for Hip Hop. His music is the best of both worlds, combining trap beats layered with positivity — giving his fans an amazingly well-rounded experience.

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His latest single, “Chin Up,” which dropped on December 3rd, is a heavy dose of melodic bars and laid back grooves set to an engaging visual treatment shot in the streets of LA. It’s a dope offering from the exciting young upstart, who has a lot to look forward to in 2019.

Check out “Chin Up,” above.

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“Play To Win” Is A Celebration Of Getting Over And Going For The W

A new EP that landed on our desk this week is Play To Win by Dre Steelo. Hailing from Michigan,…

A new EP that landed on our desk this week is Play To Win by Dre Steelo. Hailing from Michigan, Dre dives head first into a sea of familiar soundscapes but manages to distinguish himself sticking to not only a decree of keeping it real with those that matter most but also an endearing level motivation to rise above, layered over a humble base of blessings that he is more than aware of.

Sitting at 6 tracks, the album’s production is tightly curated, keeping the vibe consistent — but varied enough so that there isn’t time to get bored at all. The project starts off strong with the salute to his team “Don’t Matter” produced by Aham — who produced “I Can Tell” from his 2018 effort Over Tha Top. Here he drops introspective gems like he doesn’t have friends — but rather brothers — and a reminder that he’s from the (bottom) bottom. He follows up with the determination anthem, “Win.”

“I Know,” with its hard drums and dope muffled looped up sample has a more reflective aesthetic about it, as he gives everything he overcame before putting it all into the bars. “Let em knwo you human,” he says on the chorus, referencing the track’s slightly more personal touch.

The album project ends off with the massive “Miracles,” which caps off what stands as a strong collection of tracks to add to his already impressive catalog. Winning by adding personality and unique perspective to an already surfable wave, he manages to command attention without fading into the baseline. He has come a long way, and in many ways, Play To Win is a reflection of that, as he sorts out trust issues, comes to terms with truths, and does his best to get where he wants to ultimately be.

Check out Dre Steelo’s Play To Win, below.

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