News — hip hop

Lauren Sanderson Releases Official Music Video for Fan-Favorite Track "BUT I LIKE IT"

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LAUREN SANDERSON RELEASES OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO FOR FAN-FAVORITE TRACK “BUT I LIKE IT” PHOTO CRED: JADE DEROSE    MIDWEST KIDS CAN MAKE IT BIG (DELUXE EDITION) HTTP://LS.FANLINK.TO/DELUXE   DECEMBER 4, 2020 - LOS ANGELES, CA – Lauren Sanderson is giving fans a special gift today with the release of a brand new edgy and raw music video for “But I Like It.” The track, pulled from her debut full-length album Midwest Kids Can Make It Big, has garnered nearly 2 Million streams on Spotify, resonating with her dedicated fans in a way no one could have expected. On the anthemic track, Sanderson shares “No one should ever be able...

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Nelly Performs Country Grammar in Entirety for 20th Anniversary of Release

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Hip Hop Icon Nelly Performs Country Grammar In Its Entirety  Celebrate 20th Anniversary of Album ReleaseFirst Ever Live Performance of Country Grammar from Start to Finish Available on July 25th on YouTube   June 23 marked the 20th Anniversary of the release of Nelly’s diamond certified debut album, Country Grammar, and to celebrate, the hip hop icon is taking fans back to the summer of 2000 with a special live performance of the album in its entirety with his band, for the first time ever.  The show will be broadcast around the world on YouTube, HERE, on July 25th at 6pm PST / 9pm EST /...

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R&B/pop artist Steve Ray Ladson shares emotive, smooth hip-hop single "Calling Your Name"

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  Steve Ray Ladson shares an emotive new single today titled "Calling Your Name". Blending R&B, pop and smooth hip hop, he reflects on the universal search for love, and how life as a touring musician can make relationships a struggle. It's a warm, authentic embrace, that speaks directly to the heart, as a moving and honest reflection.  Ladson shared how the song came to be. "This song was inspired and created down in Muscle Shoals, Alabama one evening after a recording session at a friends home around the table where writing sessions are a norm. I picked up the guitar...

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