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Jewels Releases New Visual “Love How I Love You”

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Jewels is a rising singer-songwriter from Charlotte, North Carolina, with her unique style, marked by her bright red hair, artistic eyebrow designs, and subtle heart tattoos on her face and neck, consistently grabbing the attention of those in her presence. Eager to make 2023 her breakout year, the emerging songstress plays a toxic lover to the rescue in new music video for the latest single “Love How I Love You.” Helpless in love, Jewels stars as the bride of an on the run couple who deals with the under appreciation in their toxic relationship while evading the law.

“Love How I Love You” is featured on Jewels latest EP, Worst Of Me, released last February on Quality Entertainment. Jewels’s latest single is the perfect origin point for newfound fans. She accumulated over with her TikTok following, where she gained over 750k followers in less than a year. Worst of Me, a seven-song project, follows her 2020 album, My Obsession, includes seven new songs with breakout singles “Tonight,” “I Hate Rappers,” and “No Valentine.” Before her rise, Jewels generated her buzz with viral covers like her latest in Toosii’s “Favorite Song” remix.

Both “Love How I Love You” and Worst For Me EP is available now on all streaming platforms. Take a look at Jewels’ new music video now.

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PHILLY GOATS SET THE TEMPO FOR SUMMER WITH VIRAL NEW SINGLE “GET OFF THE WALL”

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Already a “song of the summer 2023 candidate” according to The FADER, rapidly rising Philadelphia “hipdance” trio Philly Goats—D Sturdy, Sou, and PGS Spence—unveil their anxiously awaited new single “Get Off The Wall” out now via Def Jam Recordings.

Just a snippet has already taken social media by storm, inspiring over 1 million TikTok creates and counting so far. The guys update the classic melody from Kool & The Gang’s “Get Down On It” and speed it up for Gen Z. As a result, it possesses the power to ignite any dancefloor with its swaggering horns, four-on-the-floor thump, and quotable rhymes. Ultimately, it issues a gleeful invitation to move, “I see you up over there on that wall, girl. You better get up off that wall!”

Philly Goats uphold a legacy of high-energy club music, yet they also pave their own lane in the modern movement with airtight rapping and soaring singalongs. It’s no wonder Pitchfork hailed them among “The Next Generation of Club Rap” and proclaimed, “It’s an escape.”

Meanwhile, last month’s banger “X Em” continues to gain traction with 557K YouTube views on the music video. Inciting widespread applause, The FADER asserted, “No matter what anyone says, the Philly Goats remain the blueprint for all-ages fun.” Pitchfork proclaimed, “Like the rest of Philly Goats’ music and videos, it’s pure, unadulterated fun.” Teen Vogue attested, “The collective has evolved the sound that upholds the essence of dollar parties, teen dance cyphers, and tangin’ to no end in a way that Gen-Z craves and TikTok can’t go without.”

It just paves the way for more from the three-piece very soon.

Over the past year, Philly Goats have captivated audiences with a sharp and show stopping style. They’ve quietly emerged as the face of the “hip dance”movement in Philadelphia. The guys have incited one viral moment after another, building up to “X EM.” Just the snippet inspired over 251K “creates” on TikTok and nearly 100 million views. Additionally. they rolled through OnTheRadar for a stunning performance of “X EM.”

“Get Off The Wall,” because Philly Goats set the tempo for summer 2023!

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TOOSII’S DEBUT ALBUM, ‘NAUJOUR’, IS OUT TODAY

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Today, Toosii released NAUJOUR, his debut album, via South Coast Music Group/Capitol Records. The 19-track album includes the Platinum-certified “Favorite Song,” which is No. 1 at Rhythm radio and is currently top 5 of the Billboard Hot 100 chart, subsequent versions of “Favorite Song” with Khalid and Future. Download / stream NAUJOUR HERE. Hailed by Complex as one of “music’s brightest stars,” Toosii will support the album with an extensive summer headline tour. Tickets are available at Ticketmaster.com. See below for itinerary.

Born NauJour Lazier Grainger in Syracuse, NY, Toosii began focusing on music after he moved to Raleigh, NC, as a teen. He says, “I had always told myself that when I dropped my debut album, it would be a self-titled album. I feel like there is a difference between NauJour and Toosii and with this album, I am actually giving people the real in my life.”

On NAUJOUR, the 23-year-old artist oscillates between disarming tenderness (“Favorite Song”) and jagged cool. He trades bars with 21 Savage on “Pull Up” for an effortless blend of menace and machismo. On “Rich Ridin,” he coasts over insistent percussion as he lets loose emphatic flexes and implicit warnings for his enemies. The slow burning “FWLM” blends raw lyrics with elegant instrumentation as Toosii swings from brash and confident (“Backseat, Double R, let me set the bar”) to vulnerable (“Brought her to the studio / Just for her to break my heart and play me like a Yu-Gi-Oh!”). Toosii shot the immersive, atmospheric official video for “FWLM” in downtown Los Angeles with frequent collaborators Joan Pabon and Logan Fields (Rod Wave, Syd). Tune in tomorrow afternoon for the video premiere HERE.

Named by Billboard as an early contender for “Song of the Summer 2023,” “Favorite Song” has amassed over 260 million combined global streams while the audio has been featured in over five million global TikTok creations, earning more than three billion combined views. XXL Magazine put “Favorite Song” (feat. Future) [Toxic Version] on its list of the best new hip-hop songs and Brooklyn Vegan observed, “It’s a syrupy slow jam that Future is perfect for.” Praising the remix with KhalidHYPEBEAST said, “An R&B song reflecting on the woes of heartbreak, the resulting collaboration is a series of layered, drawn-out vocals, subtly punctuated with the tapping of drums.”

Toosii recently performed “Favorite Song” during the two-hour live season finale of Season 23 of NBC’s four-time Emmy Award-winning competition series “The Voice” and on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.”

After releasing a stream of projects between 2017 and 2019, Toosii solidified his emerging star with his South Coast Music Group debut, Platinum Heart, which included fan favorites “Love Cycle” and “Red Lights.” Poetic Pain followed, which injected Toosii into the national consciousness and earned him a spot in the 2021 XXL Freshman class. From there, he kept up his momentum with efforts like Thank You for Believing and Pretty Girls Love Toosii, which combined his sensual vocals with understated soundscapes. Released after the birth of his son, 2022’s Boys Don’t Cry saw Toosii reach even deeper into his emotions. “It’s alright as a man to tap into that emotional side,” he said at the time.

NAUJOUR is further proof of Toosii’s willingness – and his power – to succumb to the emotional compulsions the world says Black men shouldn’t acknowledge. With this comfort, he writes more earnestly while singing more passionately, signifying his total artistic control. “I want NAUJOUR to be a classic, timeless project,” Toosii says. “I want people to understand who I truly am and recognize that I am an artist that’s going to be around forever and not for the moment.”

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Trapland Pat Aims to Educate with ‘Professor Trap’ Mixtape

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Communicating his street lessons using crisp turns of phrase and easygoing melodies, Trapland Pat is wise beyond his years. Taking fools to school with his expert-level wealth of trap knowledge, the Deerfield Beach native shares Professor Trap, his new mixtape. Featuring varied and tuneful production from his running mate PepperJack Zoe, along with other Florida sound architects like 2Side and Dom2groovy, Professor Trap deepens Pat’s tropical mythology, as the artist embraces his region’s signature sound and makes them his own.

Spanning 15 tracks, Professor Trap runs the gamut from sinister, on tracks like the creeping “Z Land” and the recent single “Spoof” ft. Tee Grizzley, to celebratory, on the uptempo rider’s anthem “Hood Star” and the soaring “Top Floor.” At times, the new tape finds Pat embracing his funkier side, on tracks like the speaker-knocking Broward County anthem “Dixie Highway” and the DJ Chose & Hardbody B-Eazy-produced “Where’s Billie Jean,” a soulful collaboration with Pat’s Bang Biz boss. The 24-year-old rapper asserts himself as a major player in his home state’s scene, recruiting rising and veteran Florida stars to spar: Luh Tyler’s laid back rasp meshes perfectly with Pat’s easygoing croon on “Backstreet,” while The Boss himself, Rick Ross, shows up to bless Pat’s “Big Business (Remix).” Featuring additional appearances from Big Yavo, GT, Loe Shimmy, Lil Toe, and C Stunna, Professor Trap is available everywhere via Bang Biz/Alamo Records.

Professor Trap is the anticipated follow-up to Trapnificent, Pat’s acclaimed 2022 mixtape. Pat’s first release for Bang Biz and Alamo Records, Trapnificent earned praise from Pitchfork, who called the project a “zippy distillation of his regional roots” and said that Pat’s music is “extremely regionally and culturally specific, like so much exciting and promising new rap music.” Trapnificent kept up the momentum from 2021’s Thru The Door, home to “Big Business,” which generated over 10 million streams and earned a spot on Passion Of The Weiss’s list of Best Rap Songs of 2021.

Ready to build on his impressive 2022 and bring his South Florida street raps to a larger audience, Trapland Pat has the goods to be Broward County’s next big star. Professor Trap completes his evolution from student to master. Stay tuned for much more.

Stream Professor Trap here!

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