Juels Acevedo, also known as “Julz”, is an American singer, dancer, and guitarist of Puerto Rican and Guatemalan descent. He spent his early years in New Jersey learning how to play various instruments by the age of 5. His mother picked up on his many talents and put him into a school for the arts. Some kids grow up practicing sports full time, but Juels wanted to be a star. Juels was recording music by the time he was 13, and eventually took on the Julz moniker when he began to take his music to the next level.
Although he began studying the likes of Elvis Presley, Michael Jackson, and other classical rock and pop artists, he later progressed into a contemporary R&B and Urban Pop artist. Influenced by top tier artists such as Chris Brown, Justin Bieber, and Trey Songz, Juels found his own voice in the urban music realm. The sixteen-year-old talent showcases an agile vocality that projects a light-rasp in his pitch with feel-good melodies to compliment his undertones that are sonically vibrant in his music. After releasing his popular single, “Anything,” featuring Eric Bellinger in 2019, Juels plans to cultivate his audience under the direction of Blaq Tuxedo’s hit-making production for his next biggest hits yet, that includes “Bad Habit” in 2020.
Check out “Bad Habit” over on Apple Music.
@keepupwithxay drops ‘Forever With Me.’
Xay’s debut project, Forever With Me., is now out. The new release, which features his self-titled smash, “Xay.,” is the perfect entry point into his infectious style, bringing you into his world for a one-of-a-kind listen that you’ll be hard-pressed to forget. If you want to hear a distinct take on rap, one that references both its past and its future, make sure to check this out, below.
Ayo Jet and 4sure Hef drop “Sauce”
New York is home to one of the strongest hip-hop scenes in the game right now. Staten Island representers Ayo Jet & 4sure Hef are here to let you know they have a place amongst what’s currently going on in the Big Apple’s scene. The latest single, “Sauce,” embodies all the qualities of a NYC hit. The fire drill beat produced by Saint Cardona and the dope feature from Lougotcash is a recipe for a smash.
Ayo Jet & 4sure hef are ready to pop onto the main stage. They claim that the new single came easy. After the artists heard the beat, they immediately imagined themself in the club flexing and bagging all of the women in the section. Although the clubs are still mainly closed, “Sauce” has the potential to stay around for a while. Staying power is essential in this industry, and Ayo Jet & 4sure hef are sure they have everything it takes to leave their mark.
Check out “Sauce” below.
@keepupwithxay drops a self-titled smash
Xay has released a self-titled song that’ll raise the hair on your shoulders. The Richmond, VA-rapper’s out-of-this-world touch can be heard on the release that samples Ludacris on its chorus. It’s one hell of a listen that you’ll return to over and over. I promise.
Check out “Xay.” below.