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JaeWav Releases Emo Hyper-Hip Hop Banger ‘Heartbreak & Harmonies’

JaeWav, also known as Jae Markwick is a 19-year-old Singer/Songwriter from Adelaide, South Australia. Jae grew up listening to acts such as Guy Sebastion, Hilltop Hoods & Eminem. In 2020 after the debut of The Kid LAROI, Jae began writing and recording songs. His music inspirations are The Kid LAROI, Juice WRLD, and the Hilltop Hoods. Come 2022 Jae found his sound with a mix of Hyperpop and Melodic trap. Gearing up and getting ready to release his debut project ‘Heartbreak & Harmonies’

Heartbreak & Harmonies is a fast-paced, high-energy Hyperpop / Hip-Hop song by JaeWav. Heartbreak & Harmonies talks about a failed relationship Jae went through where his partner cheated on him with someone close – the worst type of betrayal. Jae talks about how this feeling and experience sent him off the rails temporarily causing him to indulge in substances and waste all his money partying.

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Bri Carter Releases Debut Album ‘Me vs. Me’

Bri Carter is a 21 year old alternative hip-hop / hyper-pop artist from New York. Growing up listening to “emo” music, she finds herself inspired by those punk influences in her melodies, while also merging hip hop into her upbeat sound. Growing up she always had a passion for music, and taught herself how to play guitar and bass. She was the bassist for a rock band in high-school. When she was 18, she switched over to being a solo artist, in which her sound has evolved over the years into what it is now. Her music draws influences from blackbear, Iann Dior, Chase Atlantic, Juicewrld, Brakence, ericdoa and The Kid Laroi. 

Bri Carter’s debut album “Me vs. Me” is full of raw emotion, and punchy melodies. It opens with the intro track “Love Me Now” which Bri speaks about the struggles she’s faced growing up while trying to pursue a music career, and ends with the title track “Me vs. Me” where Bri opens up about her battles with herself – specifically while being in a relationship. Bridging these two songs together are five emotive songs to scream out loud, piecing this album to be an all around feeling of catharsis. 

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Bri Carter Releases Debut Album ‘Me vs. Me’

Bri Carter is a 21 year old alternative hip-hop / hyper-pop artist from New York. Growing up listening to “emo” music, she finds herself inspired by those punk influences in her melodies, while also merging hip hop into her upbeat sound. Growing up she always had a passion for music, and taught herself how to play guitar and bass. She was the bassist for a rock band in high-school. When she was 18, she switched over to being a solo artist, in which her sound has evolved over the years into what it is now. Her music draws influences from blackbear, Iann Dior, Chase Atlantic, Juicewrld, Brakence, ericdoa and The Kid Laroi. 

Bri Carter’s debut album “Me vs. Me” is full of raw emotion, and punchy melodies. It opens with the intro track “Love Me Now” which Bri speaks about the struggles she’s faced growing up while trying to pursue a music career, and ends with the title track “Me vs. Me” where Bri opens up about her battles with herself – specifically while being in a relationship. Bridging these two songs together are five emotive songs to scream out loud, piecing this album to be an all around feeling of catharsis. 

Source: UndergroundHipHopBlog.com

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Today In Hip Hop History: Hip Hop Celebrates Its Birth In The South Bronx 49 Years Ago

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It was on this day 49 years ago (August 11, 1973) that Kool Herc threw his legendary back-to-school basement party, which would go on to create the foundation for Hip Hop music through the “breakbeat” DJ technique he used to keep the party rocking. Many aspiring emcees at the time paired ‘the break’ with the rhymes flowing through their minds, jumpstarting a sound and movement that is now considered to be the most popular genre in music; Hip Hop.

Many are familiar with the story of the 1520 Sedgewick Avenue Recreation Center and how Jamaican-born Herc attracted the youth from the community and other boroughs that had already made names for themselves in other aspects of the culture(B-Boying, Graffiti and MCing). What has been often omitted from history is the climate in NYC, where the city was on the brink of bankruptcy, while crime and “white flight” was at an all-time high. These were the circumstances in which the culture of Hip Hop was born and thrived throughout the city for about a decade before it became recognized by the mainstream.

Salute to the pioneers of the era such as Kool Herc, Afrika Bambaataa, Coke La Rock, Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five, The Funky Four Plus 1 More, The Magnificent Seven and a host of others who were there at the foundation. Thank you for giving us what we can document now as Hip Hop history!

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Cali Sun & DJ Hoppa Connect For “Fast Week Slow Daze”

West coast emcee Cali Sun releases a new tune produced by DJ Hoppa. This track encompasses the vibe of the San Fernando Valley – hot bars, dope beats, and smooth transitions.

This new song details how fast the week can fly by, and how with each day there is something we should find joy in. We work our lives away, while forgetting the important people and time we need to take for ourselves.

Check it out by pressing play below. Let us know what you think about it. Does Cali Sun represent lyrically for the SFV?

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Sahtyre and Left Brain Collab Once Again on “Sqware”

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Sahtyre reps Los Angeles. Sahtyre is a beast with bars. Sahtyre just dropped new music. All of these statements are true and you should check out his new single “Sqware“. This track is produced by a handful of musical mega-talents including Left Brain (Odd Future), duo Alonzo Fibonacci and their long-time collaborator Eddie Deuce.

When asked about the recent release, here’s what Sahtyre had to say: “Me and Dave (Solarrio of Alonzo Fibonacci) made a lot of records when he was out here from Germany. We flipped this sample the homie Eddie made, LB (Left Brain) put on some finishing touches and voila!”

Sahtyre is prepping his newest album, and if this is a sign of his creative output, we are in-store for some really interesting tunes. Stay up to date on all things Sahtyre related by visiting his website.

If you have been cruising around the Los Feliz / East Hollywood area, then you’ve probably seen the mural outside of the Classic Era LA storefront. It was created in collaboration with MSK & G Pen and promoted Sahtyre’s last album “The Roaring”. Big shout out to Adam Stanzak of DRASTIC for helping it come to fruition. Take a few minutes and watch how the whole art piece got created in the video below.

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Kail Problems Hooks Up W/ DJ Hoppa For “The New Amount”

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Now that the weather heating up, Broken Complex Records, the San Fernando Valley-based record label, is releasing more heat. Kail Problems links up with the head of the label, DJ Hoppa for this boom-bap track.

The ominous strings orchestrated by DJ Hoppa are accompanied with a electronic bass and snare that produce a easy highway for KP’s rhyme schemes. One killer line I enjoyed was: “You listen to Backstreet Boys / I was on backstreets where the gats being drawn / smokin on some hashish, with sassy broads..” Hearing this track made me want to find out more and Kail Problems.

When asked about his new single “New Amount”, Kail Problems replied “It’s that jumping over the hood of a car in slow motion with 2 burners and a loosie on the lip cuz revenge is a dish that must be served. And it’s dinner time.”

Press play on and let us know what you think in the comments – SFV, let’s goooooooo!

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Who’s dUECE bUG? Find Out In “Time I’m On” Video

Where’s the East Coast hip-hop lovers at? dUECE bUG is out here representing for Connecticut. He may be new to the UGHH blog, but his talent should be applauded. This dude is an MC and Drummer (which reminds me of Anderson .Paak) and has dropped a new single from his 5th album, Melting Pot.

“Time I’m On” finds dUECE bUG spitting witty bars, infusing live drums, and alternative punk vibes into a head-banger. The interesting bars that caught my ear were: “Golden rhymes schemes / flow is tight mean / shutting down bars like COVID-19”

The official music video is directed by James Joyce “The Squatch”. The video includes footage of dUECE on the drums and spitting bars from the studio inside Hat City Music Productions. The clock sculptures are created by Connecticut graffiti artist Michael J. Clocks, and are crafted from recycled electronics, metals, random trinkets/adornments and paint.

Feel free to check out the video above and add the track to your Spotify playlist – let us know what you think in the comments, should add more blog posts about dUECE bUG?

Source: UndergroundHipHopBlog.com

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F.Y.I. Wants You To “eLAyayvate” In His New Video

Los Angeles-based emcee F.Y.I. is prepping his new album. While we anxiously await the new sounds, he dropped a new single entitled, “eLAayvate” (pronounced elevate). Akili produced this new track, with additional scratches by DJ Cee Brown.

This smooth, sample-enriched song allows F.Y.I. to spit thought-provoking rhymes. The Mid-City representer shows his prowess on the mic as Akili provides the backdrop on this perfect soundtrack to the summer.

Take a seat on your porch, crack a cold brew, or spark one up, and press play!

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El Gant & Ras Kass Drop New Single “Pageants” (prod by. Marco Polo)

El Gant x Ras Kas "Pageants"

El Gant, representing Hyde Park (NYC), dropped a new single “Pageants” which finds the NY lyricist reunited with his Jamo Gang brethren, Ras Kass.

The track is produced by acclaimed beatsmith Marco Polo, and starts off with an intoxicating bass line. MP blends an enthralling soul sample over hard drums while both emcees trade verses. The message is clear; El Gant & Ras Kass reflect on the days before fame and how that fuels them – not the pageantry of the rap game.

“Pageants” is available now through all major DSPs and is taken from El Gant‘s forthcoming LP “O.S.L.O.” due out September through Gant’s own Rule By Secrecy imprint.

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