Little Rock, Arkansas rapper and creative, K. Ray entered the world of raps and rhymes as a Hip-Hop connoisseur and connected with genres like Funk, Soul, and R&B—which can all be heard in his distinct sound. Read more to learn about K. Ray’s interesting road to rapping, his musical influences, navigating the music world as a newcomer, and a breakdown of his debut album, “The More You Know.”
Jake Doe is an independent R&B artist from Lagos, Nigeria. When referencing his upbringing he explains, “it’s a lot harder out here compared to western countries—structure, government, the system is just messed up out here. Young people, youths, do not have the right platforms to use or to make good use of their creativity.” Despite this, his love for where he comes from isn’t diminished. He speaks boldly of the talent that the great continent of Africa possesses, “the world knows Africa for Afrobeats, but it’s not just Afrobeats… we can do almost anything.”
Atlanta native and artist, Domani Harris’ recent album, “Time Will Tell” is an emotionally honest reflection of his life experiences and serves as a testament to him proving his worth and paving his own way in the music industry.
In haste of his latest album, “DiCaprio 2”, J.I.D announced the “Catch Me If You Can” tour. The heart of downtown San Antonio, Texas, was filled with eager fans awaiting entry into the Aztec Theater on June 12.
Artists are delivering and I’m here for it. They’ve been on their toes and I think it’s safe to say that some of the best projects have been released over the past year to now. Check out the six albums I’m vibing to this summer!
South Carolina Emcee, ConSCious talks his album, “Spectrum”, his influences and hip-hop today.