Heru Khuti to release new singles ‘Wimbledon Carnival,’ ‘Premier League,’ and ‘Fantastic Cricket.’

The music project known publicly as Heru Khuti is slated to release a trio of new singles, titled “Wimbledon Carnival,” “Premier League,” and “Fantastic Cricket” respectively. The tracks are to be distributed to over 750 online music stores around the world, representing what is most certainly the most significant official music release of Heru Khuti to date.

The Heru Khuti music project is the brainchild of Dr. Noel A. Campbell, PhD, who writes all the Heru Khuti material and governs the music from his website based in Birmingham, UK (link provided below). Asked to cite some main artistic influences, Dr. Campbell writes in the signature mystic fashion which is his own:

“The Creator have made natural, skills of art in me, that is the influences, the first man blessing to me, you called him God!”

Dr. Campbell has been writing and performing music since he was in the first of three armies, which martial time began more than two decades ago in 1993. Upon being asked to describe the general motifs, themes, and subjects his three new singles, “Wimbledon Carnival,” “Premier League,” and “Fantastic Cricket,” he again refers to his knowledge of esoteric wisdom unknown to the uninitiated. His response is faithfully reprinted below sic erat scriptum, exactly as Dr. Campbell laid them down.

“It shares the truth of present happiness, reality.

Who no me since 1993, share my views, that I don’t differ from the first sentence above.

My message most time heal the pain and anger, that my listeners face day by day.”

Regarding the name of his music project, Heru Khuti is sometimes defined as the Principle of Divine Justice. The Ausar Auset Society in Hampton Roads, VA writes of Heru Khuti that “It is our responsibility to realize that Divine Protection is insured when we live in harmony with the Eleven Laws of God. Doing so provides us access to Divine Knowledge and Power, and the Courage always to utilize them.”

An official artist’s bio is not to be found for Heru Khuti, however, and neither is there a Facebook page nor Twitter account associated. Dr. Campbell gives his respectable reasons openly.

“No,” he writes, “I wont write a bio until the world no about me in a special way; at this point, the world hardly no, that I exist. When the time is right, I’ll do a perfect bio based on the acceptance of the world. For now I find something temporary to stand. A government never get into power without the peoples acceptance.”

“Wimbledon Carnival,” “Premier League,” and “Fantastic Cricket” by Heru Khuti will be distributed around the world in the near future.

-S. McCauley

Lead Press Release Writer


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Måns Williamson releases LP record ‘Postcard’

The singer and songwriter known as Måns Williamson has released his most high-profile record to date, “Postcard.” The LP album comprises nine original tracks for an approximate total listening time of 40 minutes. It has been proudly published as an independent release without financial backing from the corporate music industry. Raw, natural, and full of passion and spirit, “Postcard” proves that alternative country music comes from the heart, not just from Nashville.


Swedish composer Måns Williamson cites as main artistic influences such disparately talented musicians as Eric Bibb, Keb’ Mo’, Guy Clark, Luther Vandross, and even Algerian favorite, Souad Massi. This broad spectrum of personal interests may seem too differing to add much to Williamson’s personal style, yet inklings of each of them appear on “Postcard” in a variety of ways.


“Postcard” is a country/western record spiced with elements of alternative music, and each of its nine offerings brings its own theme and feel to the whole. Still, a heartfelt and folk-inspired narrative is something all of Williamson’s songs have in common. A short listen is all that is necessary to note the extreme care with which the artist has chosen his words.


A certain classic rock tonality pervades the record, too, which will be none too surprising to listeners already acquainted with him. Speaking of his start in music at the age of 10, he writes, “My father gave me a guitar when I was a kid and introduced me to bands like the Beatles and the Byrds.” This led him to busking on the streets of his hometown, playing folk and country music along with songs of the 1960s.


Born to parents who ran a music venue, Williamson was exposed to nearly every style of playing. His repertoire has included (and continues to be flavored with) an amalgam of musical modes such as jazz, soul, and even the music of Palestine, which he performed in a Palestinian band playing the Arabic lute before returning to singing and songwriting with an acoustic guitar.


Asked to relate the main message his record has in store for music fans, he writes simply that it is intended to communicate “Kindness and compassion towards others and yourself.”


“Postcard” by Måns Williamson is available online worldwide.


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Lu Sloan to release new single ‘It Ain’t Nun’ prod. by Boogie Beatz

The rapper and songwriter of hip hop known as Lu Sloan will release his latest rap anthem, “It Ain’t Nun.” The track has been produced by Boogie Beatz and will be published under the Bang Bang Music Group independent record label. “It Ain’t Nun” is slated to be the most significant official single from Lu Sloan since his popular “Bend Over and Twerk (feat. Kia Shine),” which appeared in fall of 2013. “Bend Over and Twerk” was preceded by a pair of 2012 singles, “All I Know” and “Close Up,” the trio of which helped pave the way for the impending drop of “It Ain’t Nun.”


Lu Sloan cites as main artistic influences such hip-hop artists as Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube, Dr. Dre, Michael Jackson, Master P., T.I., UGK, Jay-Z, P. Diddy, and 50 Cent. In addition to these, Sloan also endorses various non-hip-hop music acts like MGMT, U2, Cold Play, the Bee Gees, and the Whispers. As a result, his hip hop is clever, unpredictable and multifaceted, as well as legitimately reflecting some of the grittier facts of life in urban America.


“I’ve been around a lot of talented people that were in my family,” Lu Sloan writes, “and they never really wanted to pursue the dream as much as I do. So that inspired me to get involved in music and team up with business partner Kris Pendleton and start Bang Bang Music Group. I want to give it all I’ve got!”


With powerful drive in the face of adversity like his, it should come as no surprise that Lu Sloan’s single has a theme which is closely related. The artist writes that “It Ain’t Nun” is about “The ups and downs on the road to success for a man with so much against him.”


Sloan has shared the stage with top-billing names like Rick Ross, Juicy J, Yo Gotti, Big K.R.I.T., Migos, and others. His upcoming LP, “The Flood 2,” features performances by Young Nation and Magnolia Chop, and that’s just what’s in the works presently.


“It Ain’t Nun” by Lu Sloan, prod. by Boogie Beatz, is available online worldwide.


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Kid Dray releases new single ‘Gear Up’

The rapper known as Kid Dray has released his latest single, “Gear Up.” The track was produced by popular hip-hop producer Purple Neezy, of Russia. It has been proudly published on the Cool Base Records independent music label, entirely without support from the corporate music infrastructure. “Gear Up” is the first single to be showcased from Dray’s up-and-coming mixtape, “The Freeway.” A drop date of November, 2014 has been rumored for “The Freeway,” though Cool Base has announced no official day of release. Upbeat, slick, and driven by cracking back beats and cleverly crafted rhymes,

“Gear Up” does as fine a job at showcasing the skills of Kid Dray as it does the talents of Purple Neezy.


Kid Dray cites as main artistic influences J. Cole, Lupe Fiasco, and Drake. His style takes many of the best attributes of these artists and adds to them to a dynamic delivery on the mic that is all his own. Born in Africa, Dray raps with all the laid-back confidence of the American west coast as well as with the casual aggression of the east. Add to this the key elements of Purple Neezy’s dirty-south sound and a general idea of the “Gear Up” experience can be imagined.


Speaking of the themes in his “Gear Up” single and impending “Freeway” record, Dray writes, “My album speaks to those oriented in the new world and what it’s all about, letting the young know they are the future and also addressing the third worlds, what they represent, and respecting their lineage.”


Only 19 years old, Kid Dray’s debut single “My Drank” hit online shelves as recent as February, 2014. It notably featured the Los Angeles rap hero, Ace B. “My Drank” obtained widespread public and college radio airtime and garnered positive reviews in every locale in which it was played.


Dray’s official bio closes with the mission statement: “Kid Dray’s music aims to make musical messages from the third worlds affect the rest of the world. Kid Dray is an artist, not just with the aim of blowing up and making money from huge sales and fame, but aiming also to put his style as a signature on the music scene and to inspire youngsters about life and the future.”


“Gear Up” by Kid Dray is available online worldwide.


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Jay Charm releases new EP ‘Lovers Lane’

The songwriter and performer of hip hop known as Jay Charm has released his latest EP record, “Lovers Lane.” The EP is composed of five original tracks for an approximate total listening time of 15 minutes. It has proudly been published as an independent release entirely without support of the corporate music industry. It is the most recent official release from Charm since his June 2013 record, the “P – Game” EP. Innovative, upbeat, and full of urban poetry of the highest caliber, “Lovers Lane” by Jay Charm is a record that defines his style better than anything Charm has released before.


Jay Charm cites as main artistic influences Jay-Z, Jada Kiss, and Freeway. He also notes in a recent interview, “As a teenager I started to like Eminem, Son the RNB Side, Michael Jackson, and of course Janet Jackson and TLC are awesome! I was also a Big Punisher and Brian McKnight fan.”


Still, Charm’s history as a youth in the East Coast’s urban center of Philadelphia molded his art at least as much as his favorite music has. He says of this, “Due to the life I lived in the streets of Philadelphia, I grew up hypnotized by music and influenced by words. The seduction of sex, violence and drugs drew me ever closer in touch with my own personal musical talent and entertainment abilities. Overall my own life lessons, experiences, and circumstantial mishaps are the major inspirational influence over my music.”


Though only 26 years old at the time of this writing, Charm has already published more than 14 official releases in one form or another. His repertoire includes nine video shoots at last count, with more on the way. He has already performed at countless venues with several popular artists, such as DJ Kay Slay and Young Jeezy. His countless cameo appearances have placed him with living legends like Fred the GodSon, Mack Maine, Cory Gunz, Uncle Murda, and many, many more.


Speaking of the themes in his music, Jay Charm says, “My music usually pertains to something that has occurred in my life, so when I’m in front of an audience performing, I give more than just a performance; I give a connection, a real life experience. From my anecdotes of victory and strife I hype crowds with tales of triumph. I want to empower those who wanna give up. I want to free those who shy away from confidence. I have a message and a desire to positively influence the youth of yesterday, today and tomorrow.”


Proof of Charm’s desire to change the world is evident in the not-for-profit organization he co-founded to support the family of his friend, called Brian’s Army, the letter of recognition he received from Suffolk County legislator, Kate Browning, and an honorable mention from the town of Brookhaven.


“Lovers Lane” by Jay Charm is available online worldwide.


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P.O.P. releases new LP ‘Pappa’s Back’

The rapper known as Patterns of Perfection (P.O.P.) has released his latest LP, “Pappa’s Back.” The record is composed of 13 original tracks for an approximate total listening time of 50 minutes. It has been proudly published on the World Records independent music label entirely without support of the corporate music industry. A cutting-edge rap record with endless amounts of ingenuity and imagination, “Pappa’s Back” is hip hop with all the best qualities of the old school, published at a time when the urban music scene so desperately needs it.


P.O.P. cites as main artistic influences an amalgam of different artists, including Pink Floyd, Blockhead, Eminem, Freddy Machette, Bob Marley, Lil Wayne, Dylan, Linkin Park, Fort Minor, and Zion I. His own sound, however, cannot be surmised on the basis of his listening habits.


“Pappa’s Back” boasts great variety in terms of tempo, tone and themes. There are party tracks, groove tracks, chillout tracks, hardcore tracks, and tracks P.O.P. seems to have included just for fun. Taking a moment to sample tracks like “Anthem” “Horizon”, “Teach Me How to POP” and “Expialidocious” yields a quick conclusion: “Pappa’s…” is clearly worth its weight in vinyl.


Thematically speaking, P.O.P.’s lyrics are intelligently crafted, ranging from clever to downright impressive, and often with a healthy dose of humor besides. Though packaged with both lighthearted and heavier songs, “Pappa’s Back” doesn’t make the mistake of taking itself too seriously, as P.O.P.’s grinning face on the album cover seems to hint.


Patterns of Perfection was born in South Lake Tahoe, CA. His first record, “A New Age,” appeared on digital shelves in 2013 bearing no fewer than 17 original tracks, and is still available from iTunes and various other outlets. Shortly after, the artist’s hand was caught in machinery, leaving him with a full year’s recovery time during which he composed only instrumental music. Having relocated to Gardnerville, NV by way of Colorado, P.O.P. toured the US for his second and third times and settled down to produce “Pappa’s Back” under his own World Records label.


Upon being asked, “What message does your album share with its listeners?” P.O.P. answers simply, “We all are in this together.”


“Pappa’s Back” by P.O.P. is available online worldwide.


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Glitch Arsonist G5 releases new LP ‘The Great Tribulation’

The East Coast rapper known as Glitch Arsonist G5 has released his latest LP album, “The Great Tribulation.” The record is composed of 9 original tracks for an approximate total listening time of 30 minutes. It is the most recent official release from Glitch Arsonist since his spring 2013 album, “Ten Years of Writing.” Both LPs are produced and distributed on New York’s independent music label, the Establishment Records. Backed with unstoppable beats, bass, rhymes and lines, “The Great Tribulation” is the latest in what is sure to be a long series of titanic records from Glitch Arsonist G5.


Glitch Arsonist cites as main artistic influences only one legendary rapper, Nas.


“I used to always try to top Nas’ album lyrically after every [album] he dropped,” writes Glitch Arsonist. “He used to put me in the real lyrical mood and mental state and would have me rapping about similar content.”


Intuitively, “The Great Tribulation” is packed with many of the same attributes and qualities which have made Nas’ music so integral to the lasting power of the hip-hop movement. Glitch Arsonist’s thought-provoking lyrics, aggressive vocal delivery and pounding, thumping back beats drive his record from start to finish like a steam engine gone off the rails. His long-standing promise to restore the rap scene to its former glory by bringing back the “REAL hip hop” sound was partially fulfilled by “Ten Years of Writing,” and “The Great Tribulation” brings his goal even closer.


Glitch Arsonist G5 got his start by recording “dis” records during the Nas / Jay-Z feud in the early 2000s.


“During that era my ‘hood was split up into record labels (cliques, groups),” writes Glitch, “and we were all making dis records at each other at my niggaz crib on his karaoke machine. We used to go outside with a radio playing our songs to get a response for it, to see how good it was and for bragging rights and competition.”


The response, as it turned out, was strong. By the time he was 15, Glitch had attracted the attention of a manager.


“He pushed me to record my first album and make songs. He got me the beats and I used to rap my songs to him in his car when he came through to see if it was good enough to record in the studio. They were always good enough to record, but that helped me keep my skills sharp and to try to produce my best work, as well as using his guidance to learn how to perfect and master the recording process.”


Glitch Arsonist printed 1000 CDs and sold them on the street. 700 albums deep, everything started to fall into place. His latest record is undoubtedly his greatest work to date, founded on more than ten years of writing, rapping, and putting everything he’s got into making straight-up, heavy-hitting hip-hop records.


“The Great Tribulation” by Glitch Arsonist G5 is available online worldwide.


-S. McCauley

Lead Press Release Writer



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