Tag: marvin parker

G RIEL shows “Sum Slight” in New Visual

The end of the year is always an interesting time for music. With a little under two months left in the year, its always interesting to see what tricks artists have up their sleeve to close the year out. Recently, artist G RIEL has shown signs of closing the year out strong with the release of his new visual for his track “Sum Slight” 

On the track the Winchester based artist delivers diverse  flows in an extremely cohesive manner over the intricacies of the beat (produced by Cxdy & Wxlfstealth). From G RIELs brash delivery to his witty (sarcastic, even) punchlines, there is just something about G RIELs presentation on this track that screams “banger”.
Check out the visual (shot and edited by Markeyy Markk) here!

Don’t Sleep on Antny Rome’s new Single “Fade Now”

With his appeasing aesthetic and new wave sound Antny Rome, singer, visual artist and creator of Romaniatic visual art platform, is a talented young creative whose whole persona embodies the word “innovation”. His most recent piece of creative work is showcased in the release of his single “Fade Now”.

The sing-songy single has a very dreamy, smooth sound compared with vocals that are comparable to Trippie Red. The track is produced by Pagano and combines entertaining vocal effects, nostalgic lyrics and a very mysteriously inviting delivery resulting in a uniquely crafted track that listeners are sure to love.

Follow Antny Rome on Instagram @antnyrome as well as his art platform @Romaniatic and Check out “Fade Now” here!

https://m.soundcloud.com/antnyrome/fadenow

Rashad Starks “Playing With Fire” Is a Beautiful Contrast Between Lit Times & Dark Thoughts

A project that perfectly contrasts an artists dialect about internal conflict with crazy lit beats paired with insane animation and intricate storytelling to bring the subject matter to life is always appreciated. Throw some top notch production in the mix by producers such as DEIPSET and Yung Kifo in the mix and you’ve got Rashad Starks newest project “Playing With Fire”

The project does a wonderful job of tackling the artists feelings regarding suicide, depression, anxiety, being a college drop out and feelings of low self worth while at the same time displaying the artists motivation to overcome these feelings and be a “greater man”. The project opens up with “With Fire”, On which the artists gives pretty much a run down on what the whole tape is going to be about. The artist also showcases his singing abilities on the opening track as well. On “No Ls” he features Dell Fargo and speaks on his desire to persevere and keep grinding. On DRIP, another “turn up” song the rapper adds a feature from menacing rapper Hooks Ventura, adding to the eerie, dark effect of the track. In contrast to the “most lit” theme he goes for in the previous tracks, Stark flips the script and discusses very dark thoughts on “Fahrenheit 451” where he speaks on his feelings of depression, alcoholism and suicidal thoughts. On “Amen”, a more upbeat song, the rapper speaks on his feelings on religion and closes out the tape with a prayer asking God to help him to be a more appreciative, focused man.

Check out Rashad Starks “Playing With Fire” here!

https://soundcloud.com/rashadstark/sets/playing-with-fire

Exclusive Release: Nicholis “Had To” Give Fans An Aesthetically Pleasing New Visual

Quality, artistic visuals are always an appreciated bonus when it comes to songs we love. A dope visual takes songs that are already our favorites and not only adds a “face” to the sound but also gives a deeper look into the personality and aesthetic of the artist. Nicholis’ release of his “Had To” visual does just that.

The video for the bouncy track is shot by OGVISUALS ( @000.og ) and provides viewers with a wavy, unique display to accompany the track. The song itself features producer Chet’ Atlas and combines animated delivery with relatable content and a catchy beat for an overall well put together track perfect for bumping on your spring playlist.

Check out the exclusive release of the “Had To” visual here!

Listen: Fontain Releases Boom Bap Inspired Track “Commencement $peech”

Rapper Fontain has released a new single entitled “Commencement $peech”. The rapper, who is also member of the Flight Ent. collective, is putting a new spin on the classic boom bap sound with this track, a style that many emcees aren’t necessarily able to pull off. The track also displays the artists unique word play as well as his ability to include comedic elements in music as a method of keeping listeners engaged in his story telling.

Check out Fontain “Commencement $peech” here!

King of the 757: the Marv. P Takeover

Here to turn the hip hop scene upside down, Marvin Parker, better known by his stage name Marv. P, is a native of Norfolk, Virgnia who is using his unique musical style as well as his influence in the 757 to creatively change the face of hip hop one song at a time. The 23 year old artist who has given us songs such as “Look Good” and “Sum Boots” is using his voice to shake the hip hop industry and give his listeners a distinct sound they cannot recieve from any other artist.

On his most recent project “Last Supper” Marv. P shows his versatility as an artist. While his song “Night Out” has a “Friday night” club vibe to it, his song “Sum Boots” has a bit of a dancehall feel and his song “Look Good” gives listeners a clean, classic, feel good sound that anyone can enjoy. In addition to being such a versatile artist, Marv. P is a spectacular performer as well. Whenever he hits the stage, his passion for his craft is always very apparent. Wether performing for a small group or a packed house, Marv. P makes sure that anyone who witnesses his performance feels his energy and experiences a quality show.

With his lyrical sills, unique style and a personality that anyone can relate to, this self proclaimed king of the 757 has proven himself as a truly timeless artist who is equipt and ready to create a musical legacy for generations to come.

Check out my exclusive interview with Marv. P here!