Sunday, March 11, 2018

Ghostly Beard to Release His Third and Best Album

Today, Ghostly Beard will release his third and best album to date. The songs collection forms a unique blend of many influences ranging from classic rock, soft rock, progressive rock, jazz, blues and pop and is the culmination of many years spent defining his own style.

Ghostly Beard’s kaleidoscopic creativity has garnered him comparisons to such diverse artists as Steely Dan, Pink Floyd, James Taylor, Peter Gabriel, XTC, Cat Stevens, Weather Report, Michael Franks and Chicago. He crafts immersive dreamy sonic landscapes that emotionally blur the line between dark catharsis and subtle rays of hope. Now, he lets us into his universe with an eclectic clutch of thoughtfully sequenced EPs and albums.

Select highlights on this upcoming album, include “How Does It Feel?”, “The Love in Your Eyes,” “Night Train,” and “Going Away” for which official videos are going to be released. The ten-track

Her Ye, Hear Ye! DYGGZ Releases "4Real4Real"

Hip-hop performer and composer DYGGS, originally from Jamaica, but now living in Chesapeake, VA, and about to make the move to Dallas, TX, is keeping it real on "4Real4Real". With the punch of contemporary production techniques he bridges the gap of the old school sound and comes up with a powerful mix that hits his listeners hard. Most importantly of all is that he keeps it a straight up one-hundred all along the way while he's doing it. And that's the word on the word on the street, my friends.

Not taking any time out to rest on the laurels of his past releases DYGGS is working it righteously on the radio, strutting it with swagger on the stage and laying it down like no one else

Hip Hop Artist & Battle MC Ironic Releases Maybe I Was Wrong Featuring Reggae Legend Junior Reid

Rising Hip Hop Artist & Battle MC Ironic teams up with Reggae Legend Junior Reid to release "Maybe I Was wrong." Ironic, no stranger to the music scene, is known for his previous hits "God and Gladiators" with influential rapper Kool G Rap and Swifty from the Detroit Rap group D12 as well as his single Resurrection. Ironic has opened for Royce da 5'9, KRS-ONE, Dream Warriors to name a few. 

Friday, March 2, 2018

Thirteen Year Old Receives Hercules Stands Artist Endorsement

Rose Ostrowski, a thirteen year old recording artist from Berwick, Pennsylvania is proud to announce a recent endorsed by Hercules Stands.

If you’re unfamiliar with Hercules, their philosophy is simple, yet straight up- to support music education and community. Since 1930, and based in Mount Juliet, TN, KHS Musical Instruments Co., Ltd., has become one of the largest musical instrument producers in the world, incorporating some of the fastest growing brands in the industry. As a global company, KHS selects the finest materials available and controls all aspects of manufacturing in their state-of-the-art, company-owned factories, ensuring consistently high quality and reliability.

A well-know Hercules artist representative recently learned of Rose’s charitable efforts over

Up and Coming Hip Hop Artist - Prince Amine

Prince Amine is a young upcoming hip hop artist from Montreal. Born in Morocco, raised both in Spain and Canada by his African American dad, Prince Amine's influences are as diverse and multicultural as his background. Mixing hip hop, rap, trap and R&B, English, French, Arabic and Spanish, Prince Amine's style will get you off your seat and jamming to the music!

Citing Michael Jackson as his biggest influence for being one of the cleanest entertainers in the world, he aims to "Rock The World". His first album, XVIII, was released on September 16th, 2017.

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