Finally!! I've released my latest project, "The Arrival 3", featuring talented indie artists, Devine Carama, Onehunnidt, iNDEED, Mantiz, Continental GT and Broadway Miller. Each of these artists truly made an excellent and diverse contribution to the project. I'm so proud of what they delivered. They all embodied what 'The Arrival' stands for. Quit sleeping, because every one of these artists will be heard for years.
Oakland's own Beeda Weeda links up with E-40 for the release of his brand new "Hustla" video. "Hustla", which is produced by CHOPS, appears on Beeda Weeda's latest alum Too $hort Presents: Beeda Weeda "Bass Rock Babies", available in stores and online now.
The recent tragedies of Eric Garner and Michael Brown continue to rock the nation, and inspire artists to create music. Today, Brooklyn emcee ReQ Cartier (who recently was arrested during a peaceful protest in support of Ferguson, Missouri) takes to the microphone to inform people to "Stay Woke" through these times.
Today, South Carolina native Mantiz gives us "A New Day II", which serves as part 2 of his aggressive, lyrical showcase. Once again he takes out his frustrations about the lack of indie support on the mic. This is the last offering from SheBloggin.com's "The Arrival 3" project, which will be dropping tomorrow.
The sixth artist featured on my project, 'The Arrival 3' is Houston native Onehunnidt. His talent is vast, diverse and simply amazing. When I first met him 5 years ago, he was a spoken word artist, and now he's grown into a gifted lyricist. Onehunnidt can make you think, or make you wanna ride out. Check out his latest visual.
B.o.B is the next artist to garner some inspiration from the recent tragedy regarding Michael Brown, and decided to record a new track title "New Black". Check it out below.
Trey Songz releases the official video for his track "What's Best For You", which is featured on his latest album, "Trigga" in stores now.
Continuing the introduction of all the 'The Arrival 3' artists, right now we're featuring Atlanta duo, iNDEED. The two have a unique style and talent, and it doesn't hurt that they're backed by successful producer, DJ Burn One. They are most definitely a flattering addition to 'The Arrival 3'. Check out their latest visual below and get an idea of what to expect from them tomorrow on the project.
Atlanta's own Rich The Kid is back with a new visual for his track 'Talkin Bout Nun' . The track is featured on his recently released mixtape, "Feels Good 2 Be Rich" available for download now. He been takin off lately hasn't he?
Pittsburgh artist Palermo Stone picks up the tempo with “Milk & Honey,” a lively, message-laden track produced by Detroit native Hunnit Andretti about living and coping with your good side and dark side. This is the second single of 3 that will be featured on his new album “The 2nd Coming” dropping September 9th.