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Why Kanye West Can Keep ‘Watch The Thrones 2’

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When Kanye West and Jay Z released Watch The Throne in August of 2011, the star pair were in perfect sync. Their relationship had blossomed throughout years of working together. Now it was time for them to cash out creatively and financially with a joint project for the ages. What listeners got was a mesmerizing project that featured the pair battling for lyrical supremacy. Cuts like “Otis” and “What You Need” featured a legendary back-and-forth dynamic that spurned some of their best performances.

Since then, their relationship has reportedly soured. Kanye’s become the kind of megalomaniac that could do with a punch or two in the face. Jay Z was angry that Kayne brought up his family when he publicly wondered why their kids haven’t played together yet. Now they’re embroiled in a Cold War of epic proportions; one that looks to continue for the rest of their careers.

 

It makes Kanye’s sudden tweet about the album’s upcoming sequel so weird. Being that the two aren’t even on speaking terms, it wouldn’t be crazy to believe that the second iteration of the series won’t include Jay. Kanye could keep things to himself or enlist the help of others; maybe even Lil Pump who he recently collaborated with on “I Love It.”

The last few months have proven that Kanye’s creative well could be in the beginning stages of drying up. ye was an awful album; the video for “I Love It” was a creative disaster. With this Kanye at the helm, do we really want Watch The Throne II? Or is the ever present threat of nostalgia rearing its head?

If there’s no Jay Z, Kanye can keep Watch The Throne II. It’s only fair.

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JAY WHEELER SHARES NEW SINGLE/VIDEO “S.O.S.”

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Jay Wheeler says he is ready to continue surprising his audience in the new year with new projects, new music, and his first world tour. He has officially announced the release of S.O.S., his first track and music video of 2023, now available on all digital platforms starting today, Friday February 3.

Maintaining his distinctive romantic sound, S.O.S. is a distress call. It tells the story of a love that has ended, but one of the lovers is still suffering, missing the other, remembering the good times, and pining for another chance. With his record label, Dynamic Records and Flow Music, Wheeler has produced a track influenced by music of the 80s, creating a modern and refreshing melody that will surely delight his followers yet never straying far from the romantic style he is known for.

“I’m very happy with the direction my career is taking, and I was dying to release new music and little by little show the people all the new things that are coming. This song is part of that, we don’t stop for even a second. S.O.S. is a track that people will enjoy because it’s part of my essence and what my fans expect. It’s romantic, but danceable. I’m maintaining my style, but also combining a retro sound with modern elements, and I love the video. I hope people enjoy it and sing along with it.”, says Wheeler.

Fans can also enjoy the music video for S.O.S., shot in Miami, Florida and directed by José Sagaro of Filmheads.

Jay Wheeler finds himself in one of the sweetest moments of his career following a hugely successful 2022 with the release of Emociones, his biggest record yet as well as his four sold-out shows at the Coliseo de Puerto Rico. He is now preparing for his first world tour with dates in the United States, Latin America, and Europe starting on Valentine’s Day with a much-anticipated show in Orlando, Florida.

“I’m delighted with the support for my Emociones World Tour. Pre-sales of tickets are going extremely well. As a matter of fact, we’ve had to add a date at the Movistar Arena in Chile because the first show immediately sold out. We’re ready for this experience and hoping to stir many emotions in every show. I’m blessed to find myself in this position”, expressed Wheeler.

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After “Don’t Run,” Corio Releases “Emotions”

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Keeping the momentum flowing following the release of his well-received music video for “Don’t Run,” Lexington’s most notable rising star Corio delivers the Claudio “2x” Clarke-produced cut “Emotions.” Staying on-brand, the interpersonal track finds the “Phone Off” composer getting super transparent about how he feels and what he expects out of his current relationship.

Corio, formerly known as YNL Capone, hails from Kentucky’s second-largest city Lexington. Over the past few years, he’s blessed his growing fanbase with projects like ‘The Let Go,’ ’10 Hours,’ ‘Amoré’, and ‘First Class,’ which sees six equally dope cuts from the genre-bending artist. He’s also delivered the notable singles “Go Harder” and “Vietnam.” As Corio, fans can look for more of his infectious harmonies evident on his most recent EP, Last Week In LA.

It’s not so often in this current climate that we are blessed with much musical talent that comes out of the Bluegrass state. With the success of Louisville megastars Bryson Tiller, Jack Harlow, and EST Gee, they have been bringing good energy to the area and are inspiring plenty of local rising stars. That said, Corio is coming for his spot in the game and has been showing some very promising signs of potential very early on in his musical career.

As of late, Corio has been closely working with DJ Corbett, the multi-Grammy-winning producer out of Northern KY, assuring that his sound will be developed to its full capacity. Corio writes about his life and past events with great visualization through lyrics and a smooth cadence with calm delivery.

In addition to that, Corio uses the clash of such a soothing vocal on uptempo beats to wow us with his creativity. Hit the play below, and watch his Brandon Lopez-directed visual for “Don’t Run,” here.

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Watch Emilio Rojas Tricked Out “Okay Okay” Video

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Emilio Rojas encourages the valet to go for a joy ride and enjoy life while he hits the private skies in the new visual for “Okay Okay.” Directed by Jonathan Felix, Rojas narrates the fast life that comes with manifesting the finer things in life while your boots are strapped to the ground and punching in that clock with lyrics that detail his spending habits. Flossing, Rojas raps, “My car guy just asked to hold a few thou / And I just got a new house because my old block was too loud / I might still pay that mortgage it aint worth the time to move out.”

“Okay Okay” is the third release from Rojas following “Green Cards” and “Creep With Me” from the forthcoming sequel album, Breaking Point 2. The upcoming album will be the follow-up to the artist’s 2012 original hosted by the legendary DJ Green Lantern and presented by Pharrell’s Billionaire Boys Club clothing brand. To stay up to date on everything Emilio Rojas and the upcoming album, follow him daily on social media.

Watch the “Okay Okay” visual below and stream it everywhere via Breaking Point Music Group.

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