Queens-born — ATL-bred — MC Tre Cartel is no stranger to AAHH. Having begun recording after returning home from the military, he’s dropped three projects worth your attention. “The knowledge acquired in the years since I’ve begun the journey of recording music has been priceless,” he notes proudly, telling AAHHhe’s savoring the journey.
His new single “Butter,” produced by The Martianz, follows his formula of blessing airy, dream-like trap beats. The song is a one-off, but Tre reveals that he is dropping an EP — though he has no specific title or date yet. “I’m focusing on building my label No Y Music Group with a few upcoming artists as well,” he notes.
Conceived by a teenage mother Ka’Ron had to cope with the absence of his father early losing him to gun violence before he was even old enough to take his first steps. He would instantly become very close and have a unbreakable bond with his grandmother as her first grandchild. Residing in Shreveport, La a city small in population but known for its night life Casinos, High-Powered Club atmosphere with a superb selection of seafood establishments that will even entice your appetite at the peak of sunrise. Since a child his imagination was titanic, very quiet and isolated to himself music and sports were used as essential voids to fill his emptiness also becoming an outlet to make a impact on the world he felt his father did not have the chance to do.
Force to relocate to a new environment as a adolescence, his mother married off and husband had been blessed with more promising opportunities in Houston Tx. With also a new sibling in the picture and a whole new lifestyle Ka’Ron would become a real student of the game with approaching high school on the North Side of “H-Town” he would soon find a core of young men with the same passion and drive he had to become legendary by his 11th grade yr they would form a trio under the moniker “Platinum Status Superstars.”
In Ka’Ron’s late teens & early 20s he would take matters into his own hands and made up in his mind to do it his way and his way only. A young Mogul in the making he would turn to the streets for rapid finances as the only legitimate way to become his own Boss and put others on so he formed THA CITY OF GODZ a brand and record label with close family and friends. Releasing local mixtape cds Ka’ron would perfect his craft recording 5-6 songs a day. the hype continue to build but slowly being the only one remaining part of (Tha City Of Godz) due to life altering situations he started to travel outside his comfort zone to expand his fanbase. Promoting in night/ strip clubs around the country also festival shows taking alot of pride in creating great quality content for the consumers with releasing independently under his own imprint. His plan goes beyond the music but a trendsetter, executive dictate the culture inspire those who didnt give up as well here to help curate new stars be a authentic voice for change.
While everything is smoke and mirrors KA’RON music will help you see it all for what it really is original style, work ethic, & delivery can never be duplicated.
Recently rapperMr. Yola released his new song “Abandon Me” which is now at over 130,000 steams on Spotify in just a few months.
On the track Mr. Yola has the ladies in his thoughts as the song examines the role that women play in our world and how they are often mistreated.
“I wanted to rap about this issue because we don’t give the females enough credit for what they do in the world. To see women being abducted, misused, mistreated and every other thing in the book it shows what kind of men we have in this world. Then what makes it worse is the issue is being ignored,” Mr Yola explained.
Where did Mr. Yola get this keen understanding of women’s rights and need for equality? Rapper Mr. Yola was born in New York and raised in Kentucky aka “The Bluegrass State” where he honed his rapping skills and developed a passion for music recording, engineering and producing.
Drawing musical inspiration from Cassidy, J Cole, Lil Wayne, Drake, rock outfit The Frey and dubstep music, Mr. Yola says his musical interests and inspiration is “all over the place.” But what really got things going was the gift of a laptop from his older brother. From there Mr. Yola kicked off his rap career with a group called Y4L and penned on of his first song, “Pretty Thangs” to critical acclaim locally.
“As a kid I used to listen to my brother make lots of music until he handed me a laptop said ‘I need beats,'” Yola explained.
Shortly thereafter, Mr. Yola joined Big Heff who puts together a quarterly tour called the Streets Most Wanted Tour. Traveling nationwide and bringing artists to radio stations and clubs, Big Heffbrought along Mr. Yola after believing in his message and his sound while it is still growing and developing.
“Mind you, I’m just starting to grow my followers and streams are not even up yet ’cause we was still learning. One year later form when I started, we drop Abandon Me and in one-and-a-half months it gets over 100,000 stream.” Mr. Yola said. “So many people love the song cause you can feel it, you can hear it, not someone talking trashy, just some old school vibes and a new generation wave. That’s what I call it, you definitely gotta check Abandon Me out.”