Video: Kevin Sinatra – “East Coast Wave” (prod. VirtuosoTheGod)
“You not just you anymore, you belong to the world.” This is the concluding line to the quote that opens Kevin Sinatra‘s “East Coast Wave,” and this theme can be seen throughout the visual for the VirtuosoTheGod-produced record. The video, which also features spoken word by Brooklyn’s Mo Money, features shadowy, grainy footage that adds weight to the words being said. Watch the Jared Soule-produced video after the break.
Running exactly one minute and thirty seconds, Kevin Sinatra‘s “Dark Horesman” video is a dark, eerie concoction of dark imagery and cloudy overlays that add a pervasive sense of otherworldliness to Curtis Tull’s unique production style. Look for Kevin’s project, Black America, to drop in the near future. Watch the video for “Dark Horseman after . . .
Virginia emcee Kevin Sinatra debuts “Sinatra Sinfonia,” a powerful soul-drenched track produced by VirtuosoTheGOD. In regards to the track, Kevin says, “I wanted to bring back that Roc-A-Fella soulful sound and show the world that Woodbridge, VA has an emcee that can bring you lyrics and not afraid to be an artist and paint pictures.” . . .
Throughout “Medicine,” Boston lyricist/emcee Kwaku tells a story of his past actions in a story about the difficulties of starting a serious relationship with a girl who’s playing games with him – just as he used to do, giving him a taste of his own medicine. The track was produced by Shadowkey, Spenser Edmund, and . . .
TOULOUSE manages to make every song he releases into an emotional culmination. The talented singer/songwriter’s Extended Plea captivates as expected, with a grand total of eight soul wrenching records. The project, which was released via the Los Angeles-based Terrible Records, speaks to emotions that are often viewed as weaknesses in a very poignant way that . . .
Durham’s Danny Blaze flows with southern style on “Keep It Player” Durham, North Carolina’s Danny Blaze links with fellow Carolina native, Well$, for “Keep It Player.” It’s a funky, upbeat Hip-Hop cut that stays true to title. One of the best things about this song is that he shouts out his producer in the first . . .