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Tampa Bay r&b and hip-hop artist, Qualah is a creative entrepreneur with a mind for business. She understands that in the modern age, being a creative requires one to take their creativity and reframe it into a business.
Her Money Mondays are a blessing. She provides simple insights with the right dose of tips and advice to give you that nudge to shake off that weekend hangover and get back to the bag$.
We don’t think anyone is as excited about the release of “Manifest” from Audio Artwork than Audio Artwork.
With reason, if you’ve seen them live then you are aware it’s almost impossible to escape their flair for catchy choruses and whimsical hood portrayals.
“Manifest” is just one of those tracks that makes you feel like a fucking boss. We’ve been waiting to feel boss like all 2018 so we expect AA to deliver. We are anxious for the release, so anxious we had to catch up with the guys to see what else they’ve been up to.
Check out our recent interview with this very entertaining duo.
Good neither have we, but Tyrell Golden recently delivered a track located in such an obscure subgenre it’s almost hard not to be intrigued by the combination. Honestly, who else could tap into r&b’s soulful side and incorporate a familiar distorted grunge tone like Golden?
Back on his grunge shit, Tyrell Golden linked with producer Dymon on “The Art of Death”, the first single from his upcoming DIAMONDEYEZ project.
Listeners can hear different influences throughout the track. At one point during the chorus, we totally got a Kush & Orange Juice/Burn After Rollingtype Khalifa vibe. Overall the song is just over a minute and a half but can hold you over until the project is released.
You can catch Golden performing with New Jersey-bred rapper, Dash, on the Tampa stop of his Loose Skrew tour March 9th.
Last night’s WLCM2KNXVLL was a flurry of familiar faces, gyrating dance moves, and new heat from the beats.
On goers at The Bends enjoyed a night of exclusive features from Deezy Wee, Vern Sr, Charlie G and more. from the outside to the bar people barely sat down for a minute before another jam was being played.
King Knox what were you doing last night? What bag were you in? Where they do that at? and how did you know we needed to hear Trick Daddy and Trina’s “Take it to the house”?