Telli Stonemen releases new single ‘Go Hard’ feat. Gillie Da Kid

The songwriter and producer of pop and hip hop known as Telli Stonemen has released her latest official single, “Go Hard,” featuring Gillie Da Kid. The single has been proudly published as an independent release without the involvement of the corporate music industry on the Real Hulk Entertainment record label, home to such East Coast artists as Cheazy Mack and Religion Da God. Melodic, energetic and full of groove, “Go Hard” showcases Telli Stonemen as a singer with a hip-hop heart and pop in her soul who can deliver on several levels at once.

Philadelphia’s Telli Stonemen cites as main artistic influences Lauryn Hill, Whitney Houston, Chris Brown, Tupac Shakur, and Bone Thugs N Harmony. She also makes a point of noting her Aunt Vida, mom, dad, and brothers as inspirations, as well. Telli Stonemen’s own sound on “Go Hard” has a little reggae in its lyric rhythms, a little Latin verve in its sensual tempo, and a lot of hip-hop style in its overall swagger.

Part of the credit for this must go to Stonemen’s featured artist on “Go Hard,” Gillie Da Kid. As “Go Hard” by Telli Stonemen is a duet – something very uncommon in hip hop – Gillie’s work beside Telli’s shines extra bright.

Commenting on the overall meaning of “Go Hard,” Telli Stonemen says, “This song represents my ambition and the beginning of me pushing forward and never backwards on purpose.”

Asked to describe her start in music, Stonemen writes, “I started really pursuing music in my sophomore year in high school, when I started singing for the school choir. I went from singing and cleaning up, doing dishes in the kitchen, to being exposed to a big crowd in the John Bartram High School auditorium.”

Since signing with Real Hulk Ent., Telli Stonemen has been touring, opened for popular artists such as Pastor Troy and Gillie Da Kid, and working with Grammy Award winning producer James Worthy out of Atlanta.

Go Hard” by Telli Stonemen on the Real Hulk Entertainment label is available from over 600 quality digital music stores online worldwide now. Get in early, hip hop fans.

-S. McCauley

Lead Press Release Writer

www.MondoTunes.com

Go Hard” by Telli Stonemen –

https://www.amazon.com/Explicit-Telli-Stonemen-feat-Gillie/dp/B07K3WSYXY/

Real Hulk Ent. Official Website –

http://realhulkentertainment.com

Religion da God releases new single ‘Keep It 100 (feat. Eness)’

The songwriter and producer of hip hop known as Religion da God has released his latest official single, “Keep It 100 (feat. Eness).” The single has been proudly published as an independent release without the involvement of the corporate music industry on the Real Hulk Entertainment record label. Direct, bombastic, and pulling zero punches, “Keep It 100” showcases Religion da God as one of the most intriguing hip hop artists of the year so far and promises that we can expect plenty more in the years to come.

Philadelphia’s Religion da God cites as main artistic influences Bone Thugs ‘n’ Harmony and Tupac Shakur, but also Malcom X, Emmett Till, Michael Jackson, Kid Cudi, and Jay Z. Religion da God’s own sound takes elements from each of these and adds something fresh and unique for a result unlike anything today’s music fans have heard before. With an emphasis on bass-filled back beats, gritty urban poetry, and the added talents of Eness, “Keep It 100” by Religion da God has a little something for every avid hip hop listener.

Asked to comment on the overall meaning of “Keep It 100,” Religion da God says only, “My story, my style, my experiences … ”

Asked to describe his start in music, Religion da God writes, “Music and hip hop have always been a part of my life. One of the first people I ever listened to was Tupac, his ‘Me Against the World,’ and I have been a fan of rap ever since.

By the age of 13 I discovered my gift for rhyming by listening to the radio and making up my own raps from what I listened to. I started getting good at it. By 14 I’d started a group with my childhood friend, Eric, called the Number 1 Rookies and made our first mixtape.”

Summer 2018 saw Religion da God sharing the stage with other popular performers including Pastor Troy and Gillie the Kid. His previously released single, “Ju-do” has amassed an online audience of over 50,000 to date, a number which continues to climb.

Keep It 100” by Religion da God on the Real Hulk Entertainment label becomes available from over 600 quality digital music stores online worldwide on 27 November 2018. Get in early, hip hop fans.

-S. McCauley

Lead Press Release Writer

www.MondoTunes.com

Keep It 100” by Religion da God –

https://www.amazon.com/Keep-100-feat-Eness-Explicit/dp/B07K4ZTY8D/

Real Hulk Ent. Official Website –

http://realhulkentertainment.com

Sleazy Ed releases new album ‘The Sleaze’

The songwriter and producer of hip hop known as Sleazy Ed has released his latest official album, “The Sleaze.” The album contains 13 original Sleazy Ed tracks for an approximate total listening time of very nearly an hour. It has been proudly published as an independent release without the involvement of the corporate music industry. Clever, sometimes raunchy, and always based on rock-solid back beats, “The Sleaze” showcases Sleazy Ed as one of the most intriguing hip hop artists of the year so far and promises that we can expect plenty more in the years to come.

The San Joaquin Valley’s Sleazy Ed cites as main artistic influences Mac Dre, Mac Miller, Kid Cudi, and Suga Free. Sleazy Ed’s own sound takes elements from each of these and adds something fresh and unique for a result unlike anything today’s music fans have heard before. With an emphasis on amusing lyrics, a laid-back style of delivery, and a minimalist, no-nonsense method of making beats, “The Sleaze” by Sleazy Ed has a little something for every avid hip hop listener.

Commenting on the overall meaning of “The Sleaze,” Sleazy Ed says, “Live life, smoke weed, don’t be lame, and try to love in the process.”

Asked to describe his start in music, Sleazy Ed writes, “I started writing songs when I was eight and it was all uphill from there.”

Additional tracks from Sleazy Ed can be heard at his official Soundcloud page (link provided below).

A man of few words unless there’s a rhythm bumping, Ed doesn’t have much to say about his history in hip hop to date.

I’m Sleazy Ed, baby, where’s the bread?” he writes. “209 n***a, and I’m from Merced!”

The Sleaze” by Sleazy Ed is available from over 600 quality digital music stores online worldwide now. Get in early, hip hop fans.

-S. McCauley

Lead Press Release Writer

www.MondoTunes.com

The Sleaze” by Sleazy Ed –


https://www.amazon.com/Sleaze-Explicit-Sleazy-Ed/dp/B07JLDSQ21/

Sleazy Ed Official Soundcloud –

https://soundcloud.com/edward-pj-phillips-iii

Mae Scott releases new single ‘I Love U’

The songwriter and producer of pop, hip hop and RnB known as Mae Scott has released her latest official single, “I Love U.” The single has been proudly published as an independent release without the involvement of the corporate music industry on the Mae Scott record label. Sultry, classy, and humming with groove, “I Love U” is the newest reason for fans to applaud this rising entertainer from the American south.

In the past, Pittsburgh, PA’s Mae Scott has cited as influences Kanye West, Wiz Khalifa, Kendrick Lamar, Aaliyah, and R Kelly. Asking her today brings a different response, however.

Honestly, I grew up in that MTV era where music videos were everything,” she writes, “but I also grew up on indie music videos, as well, by lesser known channels. Anything that was hot probably influenced me at some point while I was discovering myself. I’m focused now.”

That focus comes from living in a larger world than many people live in. A veteran of the US Army, Mae Scott served a tour in the war in Iraq before attending college where she started her first indie label, Academy Rhyme Time. She performed as a cheerleader for the Atlanta Falcons while she continued honing her music career. To date, she has already been nominated for a Grammy Award twice.

My message tells people to find what their culture is,” says Mae Scott, “or what they want it to be personally, then go create that.”

This artistic integrity runs throughout her style.

Like, you can have your own cake, make it, and eat it too, with the extra frosting and everything,” she writes. “Happy birthday. I enjoy making music uncensored and organically while in my own own space, free and naked. It’s time to express whatever I want, and you better remember that!”

Mae Scott’s “I Love U” is the most prominent release from the artist since her June 2018 single, “I Can Transform.” That track, too, had similar themes.

[It’s] to not judge yourself and just run wild with your creation without self-imposed limits,” she wrote at the time. “So what if you’re nasty? We all are, some of us in front and some of us behind closed doors.”

I Love U” by Mae Scott on the Mae Scott label is available from over 600 quality digital music stores online worldwide now.

-S. McCauley

Lead Press Release Writer

www.MondoTunes.com

I Love U” by Mae Scott –


https://www.amazon.com/I-Love-U-Mae-Scott/dp/B07DD1CTJP/

Mr. Will releases new single ‘Don’t Run’

The songwriter and producer of hip hop known as Mr. Will has released his latest official single, “Don’t Run.” The single has been proudly published as an independent release without the involvement of the corporate music industry on the Global Bank Boys Ent. record label. Direct, in-your-face and founded on rhymes and lines on rock-solid back beats, “Don’t Run” showcases Mr. Will as one of the most intriguing hip hop artists of the year so far and promises that we can expect plenty more in the years to come.

Trenton, NJ’s Mr. Will cites as main artistic influences Jay-Z, Nelly, DMX, Ludacris, and 50 Cent. Mr. Will’s own sound takes elements from each of these and adds something fresh and unique for a result unlike anything today’s music fans have heard before. With an emphasis on gritty urban poetry and top-notch studio production, “Don’t Run” by Mr. Will has a little something for every avid hip hop listener.

Commenting on the overall meaning of “Don’t Run,” Mr. Will says, “’Don’t Run’ is the warning shot. The game (rap) has been way too nice. It’s time to get back to this real sh-t.”

Mr. Will enjoys the individual parts of a track as much as he enjoys the song as a whole. When he makes music, he pays particular attention to choosing his words and phrases.

I appreciate the sounds, whether it’s instruments or vocal tones,” he writes. “I love to hear each sound playing it’s part in the overall track. Most importantly, as a writer first, artist second, the lyrics are my main focal point when listening. I want to feel the words and not just hear them.”

Will has performed live in New Jersey, New York, Miami, and Philadelphia, and his music continues to spread overseas.

I’m getting spins in Germany as well as Spain,” says Mr. Will. “Looking to do a show over there sooner rather than later.”

Asked to describe his start in music, Mr. Will writes, “I wrote my first song attempting to impress my older brother. As a kid I’d sit in his attic room for hours, learning about and listening to all genres of music, hoping one day, it would be my album he’d be mixing on his CD turntables.”

And all along, Mr. Will has been sharpening his craft.

He writes, “I make music as a form of expression. I’ve been rhyming since I could read. Who knew the children’s books my mom would read me before bed would ignite something inside of me?”

Asked for a comment to his fans around the world, Mr. Will says, simply, “What you see is what you get, what you hear is who I am.”

Don’t Run” by Mr. Will on the Global Bank Boys Ent. label is available from over 600 quality digital music stores online worldwide now. Get in early, hip hop fans.

-S. McCauley

Lead Press Release Writer

www.MondoTunes.com

Don’t Run” by Mr. Will –

https://www.amazon.com/Dont-Run-Explicit-Mr-Will/dp/B07K51X1TM/

Mr. Will Official Instagram –

http://instagram.com/mrwill_gbb

Singer Dee releases new EP album ‘Stepping’

The songwriter and producer of dub and reggae music known as Singer Dee has released his latest official EP album, “Stepping.” The EP album contains six original Singer Dee tracks for an approximate total listening time of 20 minutes. It has been proudly published as an independent release without the involvement of the corporate music industry. Upbeat, affirming, and full of the original dub spirit, “Stepping” showcases Singer Dee as one of the most intriguing reggae artists of the year so far and promises that we can expect plenty more in the years to come.

St. Catherine, Jamaica’s Singer Dee cites as main artistic influences Bob Marley, Tenna Saw, Garnet Silk, and Half pint. Singer Dee’s own sound takes elements from each of these and adds something fresh and unique for a result unlike anything today’s music fans have heard before. With an emphasis on tone, groove, and island soul, “Stepping” by Singer Dee has a little something for every avid reggae listener.

Commenting on the overall meaning of “Stepping,” Singer Dee says, “My album shares a positive message, one that is relatable to audiences of all ages.”

Asked to describe his start in music, singer dee writes, “I started in voicing several dub plates for various international and local sound systems. I was determined to keep on a consistent path, and growth was always the main focus.”

Singer Dee began hanging around icons like Major Mackerel, Sister Nancy, Ninja Ford, and Flourgon. He has since said that these were among the number who most helped nurture his musical skills and talents. In 2007, Singer Dee’s career moved him to the Cayman Islands, a major step upward. He celebrated this success with a note of encouragement to fans worldwide, the popular single, ‘Never Give Up,’ which played on radio in the Cayman Isles, Jamaica, Germany, Australia, Belgium, and elsewhere.

With a voice of power and determination to never give up, and with a fist that’s always enclosed with focus, Singer Dee vows to continue doing clean, uplifting reggae music for his fans worldwide,” writes a representative.

Dee himself writes, “Blessed love, always. And no matter how hard life seems at times, ‘Never Ever Give Up.’”

Stepping” by Singer Dee is available from over 600 quality digital music stores online worldwide now. Get in early, reggae fans.

-S. McCauley

Lead Press Release Writer

www.MondoTunes.com

Stepping” by Singer Dee –


https://www.amazon.com/Stepping-Singer-Dee/dp/B07JJMTQ1L/

Rocc releases new EP album ‘Community Service’

The songwriter and producer of hip hop known as Rocc has released his latest official EP album, “Community Service.” The EP album contains seven original Rocc tracks for an approximate total listening time of 25 minutes. It has been proudly published as an independent release without the involvement of the corporate music industry on the Blue Collar Music Entertainment record label. Gritty, direct, and bringing urban poetry on par with the West Coast’s best, “Community Service” showcases Rocc as one of the most intriguing hip hop artists of the year so far and promises we can expect plenty more in the years to come.

Long Beach’s Rocc cites as main artistic influences Kendrick Lamar, Busta Rhymes, J Cole, Snoop Dogg, 50 Cent, Vince Staples, and Lil Wayne. Rocc’s own sound takes elements from each of these and adds something fresh and unique for a result which continues to keep hip-hop fans coming back for more. With an emphasis on wordplay, back beats and rock-solid bass lines, “Community Service” by Rocc has a little something for every avid hip-hop listener.

Neither is Rocc’s “Community Service” simple music for it’s own sake. The title being more literal than figurative, Rocc makes a point on his new EP to bring socially conscientious songs at a time when many think it’s needed more than ever.

My message is simple,” Rocc writes. “You can come from the hood/ghetto and still end up on top with an intelligent mindset, ready to win. No matter how much we go through in life, as long as you stay focused and positive, nothing can stop you.”

Community Service” isn’t all sunshine and empowerment, however. Rocc has a bone to pick with less sophisticated hip hop, and he picks it.

In this EP,” he says, I expose the insecurities of the average ‘hood nigga’ and these uncultured rappers, while providing light solutions that might help some of the problems in the black community.”

Like Snoop Dogg, Nate Dogg and Warren G before him, Rocc also identifies as an artist of the LBC, but one with a mission.

Rocc writes, “The way I see it, Compton has Kendrick – Long Beach needs one.”

“Community Service” by Rocc on the Blue Collar Music Entertainment label is available from over 600 quality digital music stores online worldwide now. Get in early, hip hop fans.

-S. McCauley

Lead Press Release Writer

www.MondoTunes.com

Community Service” by Rocc –


https://www.amazon.com/Community-Service-Explicit-Rocc/dp/B07HSX1JM2/