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McKinley Ave. & Problem Tell You To “Get Out Your Feelings”

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L.A. recording artist McKinley Ave. has been making himself a trendy new artist throughout 2017. Getting newfound fans ready for his sequel project, ‘Did Dirt To Lay Pavement 2’ coming this December. Today, the Watts-native links up with Compton’s finest Problem for his new in your face single, “Get Out Your Feelings”.

The new single is off McKinley Ave’s upcoming 15-track album and puts haters on blast for not wanting to see the up-and-comer make it. The song is armed with a smooth, mellow flow and a go-getter mindset. Unleashing an impressive duo of verses while Problem slides in with his signature Compton lingo and flavor that helps both shine as they stay in pocket the entire 3-minutes.

McKinley’s finds certification through his stellar production resume including collaborations with greats Cam’ron, Beanie Sigel, and Eve. ‘Did Dirt to Lay Pavement 2’ will feature an all-star cast along with breakout cuts like this new as the perfect gift for the holidays.

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Holidays Are Here! Listen To Charity Lockhart New Single, “The Reason Is Love”

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Charity Lockhart invites you to, share the holidays with her. Her single “The Reason Is Love” can be found on her new album, “Under the Mistletoe”… which is available for streaming and purchasing everywhere. The single was produced by Andy Gonzalez and Charity provides a certain angelic tone, that infuses R&B, Soul and Jazz. It’s a preview of what’s in store on the full album. Please listen and share with family over this holiday season.

“This song is what I live for everyday. Using a contagious smile and knowing that my reason to live is to love.” – Charity Lockhart

Get into the Holiday spirit with this catchy new tune below, courtesy of Spotify.

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Maino, Dave East, And Jaquae Team Up On ‘Bag Talk’

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Harlem has bred some serious talent, but next up in the city’s big leagues may be Dave East. The soloist is showing unique promise, his collaboration with Jaquae and Maino being another reason why. With meaningful beats and lyrics tied to highly melodic vocal verses, ‘Bag Talk’ makes an impactful impression on the listener in no time. This is far from Dave East’s first release and I am sure won’t be his last.

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Emile Vincent – “The Box”

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Emile Vincent Manette is a member of Detroit Hip Hop collective, Clear Soul Forces – formed back in 2007. Describing his sound as a clash between lyrical Soul, Hip Hop and “whatever else I want,” Emile is as versatile as they come on the microphone. With influences rooted in his West Indian heritage, and Hip Hop, Emile embodies everything that can be considered “good music.”

For his latest offering, Emile unleashes new visuals for his single, “The Box.” The concoction of drums, horns, and “out of the box” rhymes, make for a refreshing single that stands out in the sea of Trap beats, and superficial lyrics. In the Wayne (o​f Tenshun​

​ ​Studios) directed video, follow Emile as he goes through his day living outside the box.

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