Fall may only be a couple days away, so it might be a good idea to ride it out with this relaxing Summer jam from Masia One, “Number One”. The latest cut off the Bootleg Culture album makes good use of some Island influenced sound to give the single a little extra flavor. If only […]Read More View Masia One’s “Number One” MV
We already knew that KrNfx (aka Terry Im) could provide that verbal percussion like few others could, so it’s a good luck from Knocksteady for them to feature the Canadian artist on their webseries showcase. To say the dude killed it would be an understatement. This clip shows you that being a champion with multiple accolades is […]Read More KrNfx Beatboxes for Knocksteady
This is the kind of story that we absolutely love to cover and share with our readers. The amazingly talented band known as Monsters Calling Home got the surprise of their lives when they were surprised with an unexpected booking by Honda for the Jimmy Kimmel Live show. Watch the first clip and see how […]Read More Monsters Calling Home Performs on Jimmy Kimmel Live!
Last week was David Choi‘s time to shine on the engrossing YOMYOMF webseries, Always You. This week is Kina’s turn at bat, with her song “Cambridge” (from Stairwells) taking the the stage, front and center. I continue to be impressed by how the producers have used music to move the story forward, striking a terrific balance between […]Read More Kina Grannis is the Featured Artist in Episode 4 of ‘Always You’
Emmalyn Estrada took part in a song called “Me and You”; a track about the effects of mankind on mother earth and the environment. This enviro-concious ballad keeps it simple with just a backing piano, helping us focus more on the voice and the cause. It’s yet to be seen if this will be used […]Read More Emmalyn Estrada Sings for the Environment with “Me and You”
After hearing about it for months now, we finally get to hear the anticipated Bootleg Culture album from Hip-Hop artist Masia One. It’s a jam packed release full of interludes and guest features from the likes of The RZA and more, totaling at a sizable 16 tracks. Everything from Warriors Tongue, to Alright OK!, to Errrybody Get It Up can […]Read More Masia One Drops the Bootleg Culture EP