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@Kafar_Myers Shares His Purpose In Newest Project “Hope Dies Last” Produced By Nino

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Author, business owner, poet, rapper, philanthropist, and activist, Kafar Myers is doing it all. In celebration of his newest release EP, “6 Below,” we are getting to know more about Kafar Myers as his path to greatness is only expanding. Coming from the city of Rahway, New Jersey, Kafar is an independent artist working to make his name known to everybody. Currently living in Tobyhanna, PA, Kafar did reside in various areas in his past such as Linden, Elizabeth, Rahway, and finally moved to where he currently resides. Although he did move away from New Jersey, he constantly found himself back there, spending almost every summer till he was about 20 years old.

Kafar stated that the inspiration behind his Kafar Myers name came from a dream he had, he further states; “Well I had a dream it was a empty old coliseum but somehow I heard chants of Kafar Kafar Kafar! So I decided to go by Kafar it felt powerful and I got Myers from my grandfather who past it was his last name I always remembered him playing a instrument and listening to so much music and he was so smooth so in honor of that side of the family I merged them together and Got Kafar Myers . It then gave a feel of relatability, it felt like everyone that’s aiming to be bigger then there environment, anyone who is a outcast anyone who has a purpose can be Kafar Myers.” 

Similar to the meaning behind his name, his music is another description of his overall purpose with his art; Kafar would describe his music as pain mixed with soul sprinkled in poetry baked with heavy thoughts and served with passion. He writes and is beginning to engineer his own stuff at his home studio, Kafar wishes to dive deeper into the art and be more hands on with as much as he can possibly do.

Beginning his musical journey between the ages of 11 and 12 years old, Kafar did not actually start taking music seriously until he was between the ages of 14 and 15. There, he began to put songs out on SoundCloud where he had the realization that his music was making an impact on other people, more specifically, he realized that people were relating to his music and were listening to his music on a regular basis. He has gotten even more excited after a fan messaged him after they have listened to the single, “Truly Beauty,” and told Kafar that it made them cry and were able to love themselves more. This got Kafar really inspired and became a core motive for him.

His music is much more than sound… it’s a revolution. A revolution to create more love, a revolution to create more inspiration for others besides yourself. It’s all about passion and finding love and faith every day. Kafar states, “Music after love and faith is the most strongest thing on this earth. It’s everywhere malls, hotels, tv shows, commercials, restaurants and so many more places we go to on the regular.  It’s just something about being a part of people’s development you know. Like making music that can be held close to people forever certain quotes to live by and learn from. Bringing sounds for people to dance to, drive to all around the world. Making people feel like they aren’t alone because I share these flaws and highs and lows of life too.”

Kafar states that his biggest motivation is another version of himself, a higher self-version to be exact, that which may lead towards the right track by putting the work in and being true to his moral compass. He states, “I feel like you have to if the idea of a more successful, smarter and happier version of you & that version can be the solution for all the problems you are trying to fix.” Additionally, Kafar overall wants to make a difference. A different in which change the way others view life. Kafar states, “Mainly just seeing people around me. It’s like so many people are dead inside, stuck in there environment, sucked in doubt and a fearful mindset & seeing that really made me more focused on the music. I don’t want that for myself. I speak to a lot of people all ages & one thing I always here is the “what if” that impacts everything I do I don’t want no regrets.” Because of this, Kafar is doing his best to make an impact by changing the way people are currently viewing life as, and instead, change it so they may reach confidence within themselves. Kafar believes this can make the world a better place, despite us possibly living in the saddest times he stated, Kafar truly believes that he has no limitations to impact as many people as possible, that his music can resonate with everyone.

As stated by Kafar, what makes him stand out from the crowd is his vulnerability and range of sound; “I understood early the power my voice and message my music has. Most of these artists are afraid to really be true to themselves so they follow the trends to stand out no disrespect or shade thrown. I listen to a lot of music Neo soul/ a little of country even so my music incorporates a lot of different cadences that most artist don’t have due to them only listening to hiphop.” The best resemblance one may make to his sound are the artists J.Cole & Nas, who in fact are heavilty respected in the Hip Ho culture. He gets compared to them by others mainly because of Kafar’s ability to story, love soulful beats, and rapping with substance, as stated by him. In addition, Kafar has stated that he is most known for being creative and combining music and community; “My demeanor got me noticed, thinking outside the box and being consistent. Ive done so much in the last two years , releasing a ep “Self privilege” Starting up my own brick & mortar business selling products like sea moss , natural based lotions and soaps , and releasing 2 poetry books while coordinating, hosting , my own events & community work.”

Despite his latest EP that was recently released, Kasar has also released another EP titled ‘Self Privilege The EP’ back in 2019, all of which is available on all streaming platforms. Kafar wishes to continue working on connecting and building with his fans, that way he is able to strengthen his content and put the best music possible, as stated by Kafar. Not only that, but he has also put in work on other projects besides music such as creating a new poetry book and building his brand and store.

With so many things Kafar wishes to do after music, he wishes to have multiple franchises, as well as direct and write films, build communities upbringing recreational centers, and other development properties. Some major accomplishments that Kafar has achieved so far include, “Winning a funk flex messenger app competition. Being a self-published author having 2 books selling over 300 copies independently. Getting looks and meetings from multiple labels. Having a billboard in Times Square. Having my own health & Wellness store! One of my songs reaching 20,000 streams on Spotify. Being played on multiple radio stations such as power 105.1, Iheartradio.”

If Kafar is able to send out a message to all his fans, the world, and everybody who is listening to him, is, “It’s a privilege to be true to who you are because not many is.” Kafar is currently on the track of becoming the biggest independent artist of his generation and based on his past and present work, his future is telling us that his dream is set in stone.

You can follow Kafar Myers on any of his social media @Kafar_Myers to stay in touch with his latest releases and listen to his latest EP ‘Hope Dies Last’ now available on all platforms.

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Icewear Vezzo & DJ Drama Share ‘Paint The City,’ a Star-Studded Gangsta Grillz Mixtape

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Respected across the nation for his slick-talking rhymes and hustler’s mentality, Icewear Vezzo is always on his grind. Marking a new milestone in his prolific career, the Detroit native connects with DJ Drama to share Paint The Citya new Gangsta Grillz mixtape. A natural evolution from Vezzo’s acclaimed Rich Off Pints series, Paint The City finds the 6 Mile native spitting witticisms earned from a lifetime of hustling. The new mixtape bolsters Vezzo’s matter-of-fact flexes with Drama’s energetic exhortations, providing a jolt of electricity to the first-ever Gangsta Grillz tape by a Detroit rapper. Drama curates a selection of beats–many from regular Vezzo collaborators including Antt BeatzForeva RollinJune Da Genius, and Max Beats–that contrast Vezzo’s signature piano-led menace (“RNS”) with a more triumphant sound that reflects the recent Quality Control signee’s successes (“Ain’t No Turning Back“).

Paint The City illustrates the immense respect that Icewear Vezzo commands in the rap game–the 6 Mile ambassador rolls out the red carpet for a list of renowned guest stars to talk their smack. The tape is home to the buzzing single “It’s All On U” ft. Kodak Black, which generated over 5 million streams on Spotify and 11 million views on YouTube, and “Certified,” a sinister slapper that envelops Future into Vezzo’s sonic realm. Recent single “One Time” features a standout verse from trap legend Jeezy, and the closing track “Trippin” boasts a typically witty appearance from 2 Chainz. Amidst all the star power, Vezzo makes sure to put on for the D, recruiting his East Side associates Peezy and GT for the propulsive Michigan banger “No Talking.” The first full-length to be released since Vezzo signed to Quality Control MusicPaint The City is available everywhere on all platforms via Iced Up Records/Quality Control Music.

Vezzo’s new deal with Quality Control marks the start of an exciting new period of success for the budding superstar. Consistently racking up more than 4 million streams on his catalog per week, Vezzo reached national prominence with the Rich Off Pints series of tapes, including the Pitchfork-acclaimed Rich Off Pints 3, released earlier this year. Vezzo’s ambitions reach far beyond music, and even beyond the physical realm. The Iced Up Records CEO is a serial entrepreneur, starting his own businesses in fields as diverse as real estate, cannabis, snacks (We Eatin! brand recently dropped Vezzo’s own flavor of chips, called Vezzo Hotz), and jewelry maintenance. Vezzo is on track to be a pioneer in the burgeoning metaverse, with his own VezzoVerse launching soon and a forthcoming line of NFTs.

With limitless ambition and the work ethic to achieve his every desire, it’s only a matter of time before Icewear Vezzo takes over the game.

Stream Paint The City!

https://open.spotify.com/album/3M1RUPna1fFjxNd9I0Vo0l?si=z9xVcGrGRMWYF__cot8quQ

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Earlly Mac + imbunlee Drop “Overdue”

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The emerging, yet accredited producer The ATG is bringing together some of Detroit’s elite for a Hip-Hop compilation album entitled, Detroit Cinematic Album.. The young producer The ATG is ready to carry the city on his back, highlighting some of the best talent. The artist is set to release the album in its full entirety soon. In the meantime, his team is releasing a slew of infectious singles (with visuals) to begin the pulse of anticipation. The project is executive produced by Detroit’s Joe Robinson and the first single Overdue, features Grammy-nominated Earlly Mac (worked with Big Sean, Saweetie, Beyonce, etc.) and the rising IMBUNLEE.  If you’re familiar with Earlly Mac, Overdue carries his signature flow with IMBUNLEE adding his smooth delivery. The track is a short one, but hits for the whole two minutes, with each rapper displaying versatility. 

Occupying a space all his own, The ATG has more than proven that he owns the lane where huge, cinematic sound meets traditional hip-hop production. With a consistently unique style, tinged with avant-garde gothic elements, the elusive producer has built a catalog behind him that speaks for itself. Enjoy this first installment from the Detroit Cinematic Album and stay ready for more on the way.

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YNIC B Shares “Slow Day”

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Kentucky native YNIC B returns this week with a new single titled “Slow Day” produced by B Juggin. Listen below via Audiomack and follow him on Instagram

Direct Link: https://audiomack.com/ynic-b/song/slow-day

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