Last week Dj Carisma kicked off National Hispanic Heritage month by blasting off on Hi-Tone's new single the "Voice" on LA radio Real 92.3 fm. Billboard followed up by naming Hi-Tone their "Artist on the Rise" and premiering the controversial music video for the "Voice" that sparks the conversation "Is there a voice in mainstream hip-hop for Mexican Americans?" Not only does Hi-Tone touch on his concerns in hip-hop but he also goes in on the current state of politics with the recent ending of DACA, "Trump built a wall, f*ck it I'm climbing up for ya". This will be the 1st release off of his debut album "Price of Admission" (POA) released off of his own label TFC Music Group / Empire.
Chester, a city once flourished with smokestack industries, has left behind many families when the big companies departed some time ago. Although the city has regained a lot it's economical status, crime has been a heavy part of daily life due to economic hardships. With one of the highest per capita murder rates in the country, people in the city have a 1 in 37 chance of being a victim of a violent crime.…See More
undefinedArtist name: Trackz Musiq This artist comes from Cambridge, Md aka Groove City. Trackz flow is filled with an immeasurable flow and a mound of knowledge. He is more in the movement of Conscious Hip Hop and R n B which entails a message in each song. You can find…See More
Christopher “Twiss” Smith was born in Centerville, Illinois. His family moved to Minnesota in 1985 in search of better opportunities. Twiss has always had a love for music. He started off playing the piano and organ at church, but came to realize live performance wasn’t his passion. Twiss…See More