Stefan Goreé releases new single ‘To Live and Survive on 7 Mile’

The rapper and producer of hip hop known as Stefan Goreé has released his latest official single, “To Live and Survive on 7 Mile.” The track has been made available in both explicit and radio-friendly formats. It has been proudly published on the Nationwide Power Entertainment independent record label without the direction of the corporate music industry. Dark, genuine, and packed with intensity, “To Live and Survive on 7 Mile” is a hardcore rap track with true gangsta heart.

Detroit’s Stefan Goreé cites as main artistic influences Royce da 5’9″, Eminem, Big L, Ugly God, Rocaine, Sada Baby, Kendrick Lamar, Danny Brown, Big Sean, and Rick Ross, among others. His own style and sound are unique, however, even if some of his topics are familiar. No one who hears his “To Live and Survive on 7 Mile” is likely to insist they’ve heard something like it before.

“I want to show people that, yes, it is violence inside of Detroit,” writes Goreé, “and I have lived through some terrible times, but I want to do it in a different way. I may talk about the same subjects but I always try my best to find different ways to talk about them.”

Stefan Goreé would have had to, he’s been making hip hop for so long. In fact, his music roots go all the way back to grade school.

“I used to get in trouble a lot in school,” he writes. “My mom told me to start putting my energy in something else, so I started off by making beats, originally back when I was 11.”

His beats are heavy and work to showcase the grit of his lines and rhymes. The themes of “To Live and Survive on 7 Mile” are more autobiographical than they are about a thug narrative.

Asked to describe the overall message of his new single, Goreé says, “I am hoping that my music can show people the story of my life, what I go through. I want them to know.”

“To Live and Survive on 7 Mile” by Stefan Goreé is available from over 600 quality music stores online worldwide now.

-S. McCauley

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Metal crew Attempted Revenge release new EP album ‘Origins’

The heavy metal group known as Attempted Revenge have released their latest EP record, “Origins.” The album contains seven original tracks for a listening time of nearly half an hour, making it a comprehensive introduction to this skilled group of rock titans from Brooklyn, NYC. It has been proudly published as an independent release without the direction of the corporate music industry. High-octane, full-throttle, and boasting atmospheric, narrative songwriting, “Origins” will put Attempted Revenge on the map of American metal for fans around the globe.

Attempted Revenge cite as main artistic influences Disturbed, Avenged Sevenfold, Slipknot, and Dragonforce. Their own style is as complex and technically advanced as these, and with similar tones overall. However, Attempted Revenge captain their songs with less ostentatious vocals which neither scream nor growl, setting them apart from the nu-metal norm. Listeners who have grown tired of such conventions are likely to appreciate Attempted Revenge’s story-driven songwriting.

Asked to describe the overall themes of “Origins,” Attempted Revenge write, “This EP begins the story of Attempted Revenge and the S.L.O.P.P.Y.”

Listeners curious to know the backstory of said “S.L.O.P.P.Y.” will need to check out the record’s second track of the same name. It’s safe to presume “Origins” is a record with a mythos of its own, one which Attempted Revenge fans are likely to have made themselves acquainted previous to the release of the album.

“The making of ‘Origins’ was the most interesting experience for me,” says Reaper (vox, guitar). “I got to do a few things I like doing most which was chilling with my bros, smoking a bunch of weed, creating this and watching this come to life in ways I’d never imagined hearing. It wasn’t just a fun time, it honestly was a life experience.”

Guitarist and vocalist Chris Vicious writes of his experience in Attempted Revenge, “The greatest pleasure in life is doing what people say you can’t do.”

“I’d love to thank everyone that has been with us since the beginning!” says drummer D’Weasel.

Attempted Revenge’s current official bio describe them as “a hard rock/metal band” and having “multiple vocal leads, dual guitar melodies, and rhythmic drum-bass style.” It concludes by saying, “AR brings a unique sound, providing catchy riffs, diverse style, and awe-inspiring stories.”

“I love it,” writes bassist Sloppy Jo. “I love us, I love our music, and I love sharing our music with others. There’s just something magical that happens when we work on our music together, and that magic is ‘Origins.’”

“Origins” by Attempted Revenge is available from over 700 quality digital music stores online worldwide now.

-S. McCauley

Lead Press Release Writer

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Rapper MONSTER Mayweather releases new EP ‘Real Eyes Realize Real Lies’

The artist and producer of hip hop music known as MONSTER Mayweather has released his latest EP record, “Real Eyes Realize Real Lies.” The extended-play album contains six original tracks for an approximate listening time of 20 minutes. It has been proudly published on the O’Third Mafia independent record label without the direction of the corporate music industry. A contemporary rap record emphasizing vocal gymnastics and urban poetry over big-production background effects, “Real Eyes Realize Real Lies” is officially MONSTER’s new flagship album.

MONSTER (Make Other N-ggas Start Trembling when Entering the Room) Mayweather may be the headlining act on “Real Eyes Realize Real Lies,” but he’s not the only talent here. His new EP also features the skills of artists such as Zilla, J-Ova, BossMan, TC Gambino, and Supa King Big Pope.

Asked to cite some main musical influences for his new record, MONSTER lists Tupac Shakur and Marvin Gaye, Harlem Renaissance poet Langston Hughes, and the seminal historian and pioneer of Pan-African studies during the Civil Rights Movement, Dr. John Henrik Clarke. As might be gleaned from this roster, MONSTER’s “Real Eyes Realize Real Lies” is a record with plenty to say.

“This E.P. shares a story to its listeners that’s simple, emotional, truthful, real, and valid,” writes MONSTER Mayweather. “I share my struggle and my sacrifices.”

Mayweather hails from the North side of Huntsville, AL, where he became embroiled in gang activity which earned him his nickname, MONSTER. His current official bio shows an awareness of sociology’s Culture of Poverty theory, stating: “Transforming and ascending to new levels, MONSTER understands that a Wealthy mindset is better than a Broke mindset and wants his fans to grow with him as his music will grow.”

He strikes a similar note upon being asked to describe the overall theme of his “Real Eyes Realize Real Lies” EP.

“Just because you’re being rerouted,” writes Mayweather, “doesn’t mean you will not make it to your destiny.”

“Real Eyes Realize Real Lies” by MONSTER Mayweather is available online worldwide from over 700 quality digital music stores now.

-S. McCauley

Lead Press Release Writer

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RnB and hip-hop artist Chxxsy releases new single ‘Day After’

The Swedish artist of R ‘n’ B and hip hop known as Chxxsy has released his latest official single, “Day After.” The track has been proudly published on the Heart Attack Music independent record label without the direction of the corporate music industry. Mellow yet groovy, unique yet stylish, and dialed-in with all the pop frills for radio play anywhere in the world, “Day After” shows that Chxxsy is a name to watch in 2017 and beyond.

Asked to cite main artistic influences for his new track, Chxxsy (often stylized, ‘chxxsy’) first mentions classic ’80s and ’90s pop, then Stevie Wonder and Michael Jackson by name, leaving for last modern artists such as Ty Dolla $ign and Travis $cott. His own sound on “Day After” is slick, spacious, and produced with a surgical precision – all of which brings the King of Pop to mind, but Chxxsy’s “Day After” has a pronounced 2017 feel to it which is where his individuality shines through.

Asked to describe the overall theme and message of “Day After,” Chxxsy writes simply, “Chxxsy is the message.”

Chxxsy is the stage name of Ralph Charlie, who has been making his own brand of music since 2008. His crew, which have been dubbed the A-Team, work with him to produce popular music for the international music scene. Chxxsy and his A-Team have found particular success in Korea. Chxxsy has also written songs for the famous Russian musician, Sergey Lazarev, songs which achieved prominence on the Russian Billboard charts.

Chxxsy is revving up to release an official EP in coming months with a title and drop date to be announced. Fans are encouraged to sample his music at his official Soundcloud page [link provided below].

“Day After” by Chxxsy is available from the Heart Attack Music independent record label at more than 700 quality digital music stores online worldwide now. Get in early, R ‘n’ B fans.

-S. McCauley

Lead Press Release Writer

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Rap artist Oblivion drops new twin singles release ‘Fame and Struggles’

The rapper and producer of hip hop known as Oblivion has released his new single and B-side track collectively titled, “Fame and Struggles.” The tracks themselves are “Jump Rope” and “So Gone.” Both have been proudly published on the So Many Visions (S.M.V.) Promotions Records independent record label without the direction of the corporate music industry. True, gritty, and showcasing Oblivion’s knack for making something new and unique from the mainstream hip-hop sound, “Fame and Struggles” stands as evidence that Oblivion has come into his own.

Selma, Alabama’s Oblivion cites as main artistic influences Lil’ Wayne, Drake, and Gucci Mane. Oblivion’s own sound minimizes melody lines and utilizes plenty of space between beats, allowing his vocal phrases and lyric poetry to retain the spotlight. The result is an uncluttered style of hip hop which will attract fans of rap who appreciate wordplay over massive productions involving countless effects and tons of autotune. In other words, “Fame and Struggles” is a straight-up rap record.

Asked to describe the overall theme of his new album, Oblivion writes that it’s about: “Life issues, how society sees you (stereotyping), relationships, women, flexing, turning up, making money, buying cars, houses, and jewelry.”

Oblivion is a 23-year-old man born and raised in Alabama, the third of four siblings. He has been crafting rap songs since the second grade. His older brother encouraged his music talent by promising to put him on a track if he kept up the good work. Informing his rap lyrics were difficulties at school including violence and trouble with authority figures.

“One day I decided to put all these bad experiences into my lyrics,” writes Oblivion, “to help me stay focused on the positive, not the negative things around me.”

The negative heaped on him regardless, though, with the unexpected passing of his beloved grandmother. Again, he turned to his music, but life wasn’t through challenging him.

“Then my older brother passed away unexpectedly as well,” Oblivion says. “With all this going on in such a short time, I woke up one day and said, ‘tomorrow is not promised to you so I need to do what needs to be done to make it happen.’ I have put a lot of hard work into my music so I can make my grandmother, my brother, and my family proud.”

The upshot of this is “Fame and Struggles,” Oblivion’s spearhead achievement. He makes it clear that these two singles will be the start of something much bigger.

“This is not just a dream for me,” says Oblivion. “I am going to make this a reality because my parents made so many sacrifices for their children to succeed in life, so failure is not an option. I am all-in, and I have my family behind me to make it happen.”

“Fame and Struggles” by Oblivion is available from S.M.V. Records at over 700 quality digital music retailers online worldwide now.

-S. McCauley

Lead Press Release Writer

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Miami DJ LouCii releases new single ‘You Baby’ feat. Nancy Habibi

The DJ and producer of EDM known as LouCii has released his latest digital dance single, “You Baby.” The track has been proudly published on the LaLeeRecords independent music label without the direction or financial support of the corporate music industry. In addition to the talents of LouCii, himself, “You Baby” features the singing of Nancy Habibi. A high-energy bass boomer with elements of house and trance, “You Baby” by LouCii is a track fans of EDM everywhere can get behind.

Asked to cite some major artistic influences, LouCii keeps it simple but makes it known he’s a fan of the art in general.

“I appreciate any artist that makes music,” he writes.

His new single blends attributes from every popular EDM subgenre. Its tempo is a main attraction. “YouBaby” is a single for anyone looking for audio caffeine. Bursting with motivational beats and uplifting melodies, “You Baby” by LouCii is music to help anyone get going.

“My music is designed to bring energy and a happy feeling for anyone,” LouCii writes of his new single. “Whether in the club, in the car, while you work out, etc., I make music for you. If you are a DJ, you must have LouCii in your playlist.”

LouCii made a name for himself in his hometown of Miami and elsewhere as a DJ, then as an EDM producer. His current official bio states that “He initially made his mark in the electronic dance music scene by dominating and selling out every major venue on the east coast. His music spread internationally, as he’s played at clubs all over the US, Europe, Asia, and South America. Loucii’s unique, high-energy sound is guaranteed to make the crowd move like never before!”

“You Baby” by LouCii is available online worldwide from over 700 quality digital music stores now.

-S. McCauley

Lead Press Release Writer

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Hesohi releases fifth LP album ‘Conversation’

The digital music artist known as Hesohi has released his fifth studio album, “Conversation.” The record contains six original Hesohi tracks and a bonus single for a total of an hour and fifteen minutes of listening. Five of these are available only with the entire record while tracks Two and Seven may be purchased as singles. The album has been proudly published on the LovethangBoomin’System independent record label without the involvement of the corporate music industry. An eclectic, post-modern take on trip-hop blended with ambient and classical composition methods, “Conversation” proves that Hesohi is an artist for the new millennium.

Hesohi cites as main artistic influences Art of Noise, Cinematic Orchestra, Towa Tei, Avalanches, Todd Rundgren, Kraftwerk, the Late Night Tales Series, and All Good Funk Alliance. But he’s not alone on “Conversation.” Joining Hesohi in the studio for his fifth full-length album are Douglas T. Martin, Derek Sibert, and Steve Fernandez.

Hesohi himself describes his new record as “downtempo,” but admits that “The first term that comes to mind is trip hop.”

“This music doesn’t contain the obligatory sample-based sounds that usually accompany the beats in this genre,” writes Hesohi. “The sound is synth-oriented, with live guitar and bass performances that sound like conversations between the instruments.”

This principle comes from classical music, where it is known as call-and-response, or antiphony. Also similar to classical composition forms is Hesohi’s carrying of themes throughout tracks 10 and even 20 minutes long, as well as across the entire record – or as the artist himself puts it: “The idea of the ‘track’ is expanded and transformed into the idea of the ‘composition,’ in the way that one might paint a picture onto a large canvas and later paint a mural onto a wall.”

“Conversation” is digital music for the connoisseur of sounds. To steal a phrase from one of Hesohi’s cited inspirations, Towa Tei, it is a sound museum.

Hesohi’s label, LovethangBoomin’System, says of the record that “There is a feel of a producer exploring the sensibility of techno at a much slower pace, and without the constraint of fitting the end result into kind some kind of format. The songs take their time to get where they are going. The attention to detail provides dynamics that move the listener through the arrangement effortlessly. The time passes in a comfortable manner. The mix is lush but unquiet with a good amount of animation.”

Speaking to his fans, friends and cohorts, Hesohi writes:

“Thanks to the people who have introduced me to so many beautiful songs. I am forever on a quest to listen and learn about the world and it’s inhabitants through culture and express myself with music. Thanks to the artists who inspire and energize my spirit. Thanks for the Family love and support. I appreciate very much the people of this planet. Partypeople, hold tight. We are gonna make it. Everything is gonna be alright. Stay positive. Spread love. Be kind to yourself.”

“Conversation” by Hesohi is available from LovethangBoomin’System online worldwide at over 700 quality digital music stores now.

-S. McCauley

Lead Press Release Writer

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