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“Respect Life” – Season 2 – Episode 9 (Part 1 of 2)

Tuesday, October 25th, 2016


‘Ambitions of a Hu$tla’ highlights Fresh new sound of hip-hop genre

Thursday, October 20th, 2016

 

 

FRANKLIN, TN – Fresh isn’t just the name of one of the hottest up-and-coming young rappers in the U.S. It’s also the definition of his sound – a new take on hip-hop that he says is very much needed in the industry right now.

 

“I feel as if a lot of upcoming new rappers all sound the same because of the flows that are hot right now and what people want to hear,” Fresh said. “But I don’t want my music to sound like other artists in the game. I want it to sound like my own style of music, while still being able to touch base with some of the new flows being established in the game right now. I want to build a sound that nobody in the hip-hop industry can mess with or has ever heard of before. That’s why I call myself Fresh.”

 

That new sound is readily displayed on Fresh’s new album “Ambitions of a Hu$tla,” which is now available for purchase worldwide. The album started off as a mixtape about four years ago, and over the years as it has continued to develop Fresh said he saw that he could be very intentional with the first project he released to the world. He started getting picky with the songs that he wanted to put on the album, and ultimately capped it at 13 songs that he says are a mixture of rap, hip-hop, R&B, soul, grit, club and all hits.

 

“Every song has a message,” he said. “It’s one of those albums that you want to listen to all the way through. There’s some songs in there for the women, and there are some songs that are really smooth. There are songs that incorporate a lot of my life stories – the downfalls and betrayals I’ve had in my life. There are songs about money, about ambitions, and about the things I’ve been through and the things I’ve had to do to get to where I’m at right now. And through all of it I’ve put my feel of the new flows into the music.”

 

The first single off the album is called “Birds.” It’s a song that Fresh said highlights the gaggle of girls that seem to all flock together – talking and gossiping about anything under the sun. He said the song is told from the perspective of a man who wants a deeper relationship with a girl, and he’s telling her that if she wants to be serious then she has to have his back instead of going to her girlfriends and always talking about him behind his back.

 

In conjunction with the single’s release, Fresh partnered with Miami Film Kings to create a music video, which will be launched on Worldstarhiphop within the next two weeks. Miami Film Kings has worked with some of the hottest new artists out there to produce music videos, and Fresh said he was humbled to be approached by them to put together some music videos in conjunction with the release of his album.

 

Fans who want to check out some of Fresh’s music can do so on Soundcloud, Spotify and YouTube. Fans can also follow him on social media on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. For booking questions or any other inquiries, contact FreshOfficialBooking@gmail.com.

 

 


Grandmaster Flash Talks “The Theory” Of Being A HipHop DJ & The Beginnings Of Hip-Hop!!

Saturday, September 10th, 2016


Desiigner Arrested for Allegedly Pointing Gun at man in Traffic and Drug Posession.

Saturday, September 10th, 2016


“Respect Life” – Season 2 – Episode 7 (Part 1 of 2)

Tuesday, August 30th, 2016


Donnell London Releases Hot New Single “Aint Havin It”

Monday, August 1st, 2016

A whirlwind of talent, Donnell London is blowing onto the music scene like an ice storm in July. A royally chilling tempest of pop, hip-hop, love, lust, charm, fury, and lyricism, Mr. London commands the attention of all who never even saw him coming. In his early career, that very culmination earned him the moniker Blizzard after that forcefully mystifying myriad of elements materializing from ice, sleet, wind, thunder, and lightening — inspiring both awe and trepidation from any unsuspecting figure in its path.

Born in Memphis and bred in Atlanta, Mr. London began his surge onto the music scene in his school cafeteria, penning poems that made him a high school ‘Casanova’. For him, poetry had begun as a stress reliever but soon evolved into a compulsive love for creation. From there, this musical prodigy was introduced to the rap game by his best friend who encouraged him to put his words to music. And though Mr. London loved the ladies, it was evident from that moment on that his first and true love would be hip-hop music. Adopting his mother’s flair for the stage, he began performing in 2000 with a family-based group comprised of Mr. London (Blizzard), his two brothers, and a cousin, collectively known as Polarize. Due to unfortunate events with the group members Mr. London decided to take the game head on, on his own.

With his energetic infusion of rap and pop, Mr. London delivers a fresh perspective to hip hop music, drawing inspiration from cultures such as those of Japan and Hispania. His reverence for anime, martial arts, and eclectic cuisine manifests itself in the distinctive personality and exclusive style showcased by his sound. While his fashion sense is characterized by icy bling and kicks, as a freelance male model, Mr. London is also known to work a suit and leave chills up the ladies’ spines with his stage presence and debonair flair. A perfect combination of old school originality and new age swagger, his singular magnetism and dynamic sound provide the backdrop for dancing, having fun, and feeling uplifted — the soundtrack for an all-around good time — to nod to in your car, to jam to in the clubs, and to rock to in the streets.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ESBExA0oxA


Mayhem Season 2 Episode 5 Part 1 of 2 [ This Aint For Her ]

Saturday, July 30th, 2016


Mike Zombie Talks Working w/ OVO + Making “Started From the Bottom” In An Airport

Thursday, June 23rd, 2016


Mike Zombie Talks Working w/ OVO + Making “Started From the Bottom” In An Airport

Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016


“Respect Life” – Season 2 Episode 4 (Part 1 of 2)

Tuesday, June 21st, 2016