Ludovica | Talks Music, Being From Italy, & More!

Ludovica is deeply connected to everything street art. It’s no coincidence, she comes from a mother who was an opera singer, who later on became one of the most acclaimed painters! Since a very young age Ludovica has shown support and involvement within the urban community. Records tell us that for a time; the artist did paint and draw in the streets of her hometown in Italy alongside her friends who used to show up with music, breakdance, acrylics and a lot of canvases.

“That was my way of expression before tapping into my musical side” Ludovica says. Ludovica has also experimented in a lot of different instruments while young and has graduated a conservatory for music, vocal arts, acting and entertainment. She has studied the piano, violin, and flute. Not many people know, but in her late childhood early teen this jack of all trades even competed in regional horse back riding tournaments and has danced many dance forms since the age of 4.

INDIAH DIOR – MEET AND GREET

Meet Femcee Indiah Dior, born in Alabaster AL, March 20th 1998. Her zodiac sign is Pisces and she loves music. Being outgoing and naturally hungry for success, she enjoys hanging with friends and family. With a very outgoing and ambitious personality Indiah Dior is very big on the universe and is quoted by saying she always has her third eye open.

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I’m a firm believer of you can be anything you put your mind to!

Omeretta’s New Song “Sorry Not Sorry” Sets Off Huge Atlanta Debate

Atlanta rapper Omeretta has definitely triggered Atlanta citizens on this fine Saturday. Releasing her single ”Sorry Not Sorry”, the rapper took to her song to point out those who claim they are from Atlanta but are actually staying in outer skirts and if they live in a certain vicinity that isn’t directly Atlanta, then they truly aren’t from there.

This caused some good controversy as the people dissected that the locations she stated weren’t a part of Atlanta meant that ATL artist like Ludacris, Monica, OutKast, Young Joc and 2 Chainz wouldn’t be considered from Atlanta, which we know isn’t the case.

The rapper alluded to the controversy she was gearing to fire off on her Instagram as she posted the video of the song with the caption

“I’m not going back n forth with nobody!!”

 
 
 
 
 
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She also followed with the post and captioned it: “Since wasn’t nobody else gone say it, I HAD TO”

Check out her song “Sorry Not Sorry” below and see what viewers/ listeners are talking about.

MBK Voo – Grind

MBK Voo, a rising artist from the southside of Chicago, is looking to get on your radar come 2022. Just hitting the 1 year milestone in October, Voo is still new to the game but making an impact with his music.

His debut project, Speak to the Soul, gained over 10,000 streams in just a few months through all streaming services. His follow up EP, Note to Myself, has hits such as Grind, which gained over 10,000 views in the first 2 months on YouTube, and Fall Back.

He is now set to drop his second full project, which will be titled Speak to the Soul II, in the coming months. Voo has proven he can get consistent numbers and has built a solid fan base but is still hungry for more. Join his journey and watch his growth from the ground up.

Big K.R.I.T. Releases New Album ‘Digital Roses Don’t Die’

Big K.R.I.T is back on the music scene with releasing new music and has just released his newest album entitled Digital Roses Don’t Die. The album has 17 songs with one feature from artist Rolynne’.

The album includes a lot of heavy body of work, some of which listeners have likened it to a r&b feel.

K.R.I.T. also announced earlier this month that he’s set to have a Digital Roses Tour with special guests Elhae and Price. The tour starts April 21 Raleigh, NC and ends on June 10 in Atlanta, GA

Check out the album DRDD on all streaming platforms and let us know what you think of the album!

Kanye’s ’Donda 2’ Only Available To Stream On His Stem Player

If you were looking to hear the album on the conventional streaming apps, you’re in for bad news. Kanye Wet has just announced on Instagram that Donda 2 will only be exclusively available through the Stem Player.

He lists his reasoning for the low percentages that artists receive compared to the labels and the industry as a whole takes.

“Donda 2 will only be available on my own platform, the Stem Player, Not on Apple, Amazon, Spotify or YouTube. Today artists get just 12% of the money the industry makes. It’s time to free music from this oppressive system. It’s time to take control and build our own.”

The album will be available to obtain through Stem Player BUT the Stem Player runs about $230, which hasn’t stopped Ye from receiving any sales. So far, the mogul has racked in $1.3 million in sales and rising, proving his strategy and point to be correct.

He has also released the tracklist for the album, which could possibly change at any given point.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Donda 2 will be released on 2/22/22.

Nick Lavelle | Talks Success Of Bad Bit$h, Is Anilingus Wrong For A Man, & More!

Detroit’s Nick Lavelle has been developing a grassroots fanbase with his smooth playboy sound, but today, he makes his formal introduction to a worldwide audience with his best work yet in the new single, titled “Bad Bit$h.” For the new song, Lavelle links up with rising producer Max Taylor to praise beautiful women all over the world, no matter the type.

Lavelle is the essence of a modern-day rap-singing artist: singer, rapper, songwriter, record label owner, entrepreneur owning several businesses and real estate. As an artist, he gathered huge popularity in 2020 with his underground hit “Slide Thru” featuring Freaky Blvd, which samples the Usher classic “You Remind Me.” Originally bursting onto the scene in 2017 with “Nympho,” Lavelle catalog depicts an insatiable sexual appetite designed to provide listeners with the overabundance of sexual pleasure and womanizing adventures.