Kenif Muse is gradually rolling rolling out more of his own work and deepening his catalog as a as an artist. We last heard from him with a stellar premiere of his song, “Gia’s Resistance.” Now, he links with frequent collaborator, Ish Williams, for “Level Up.” It’s a motivational track dressed in lingering leads and . . .
Ladies and gentlemen alike, all have needs. When they arise, what’s an upcoming artist from the Southside of Jersey to do? Ish Williams gets right down to business on “Pull Up.” “Send me your location and I’ll have somebody pull up when you ready / Turn your phone off when we chillin, you can tweet about . . .
Ish Williams puts his troubles aside in order to move forward Ish Williams returns with the visuals for the first single off of his Sonia’s Son project, “Motion.” The beauty of this video is that Ish tackles a serious tone along with the feel good nature that we have come to love about him, at the . . .
New Jersey is a hotbed of musical talent, right now. So much is moving and shaking up there, especially on the Southside, that I couldn’t help but get involved in that situation. In my quest to find musical excellence, I crossed paths with a Collingswood artist named Ish Williams. Ish and I have grown since first . . .
New Jersey’s Kev Rodgers returns with a banger on “My Bad.” Alongside him are fellow Garden State representatives, Ish Williams and Mir Fontane. “This song was a bit spontaneous. It was just the vibe of the session. We all are motivated to put ourselves in the best positions possible and “My Bad” is an unapologetic . . .
Stream Sonia’s Son from New Jersey’s Ish Williams It’s been a positive 2016 for Ish Williams and he wraps up the 4th quarter with his Sonia’s Son LP. This 13-track project is a very personal endeavor that finds Ish chronicling real life events and and experiences that have brought him to this point. Fans can be . . .
With the Sonia’s Son project on the way, Ish Williams frees up the visuals for the Kev Rodgers-produced “2 Weeks.” This is the most eventful time I’ve ever had/seen someone get ready for work. Ish is here to win and he’s going to have fun doing it. If you’ve been paying attention to the Southside come up, . . .
South Jersey’s Ish Williams gears up for his SONIA’S SON mixtape by sharing his new single, “Motion.” It’s a solemn, yet feel good vibe that finds Ish on a positive note. He’s good. He’s focused. He’s ready to keep it moving towards his goals. A song like this motivates me to put aside whatever is holding . . .
One of Collingswood’s finest, Ish Williams, returns with his latest offering, “Steve Austin’s Freestyle”. He fittingly includes impactful Steve Austin vocal samples throughout the track to emphasize his position. Ish is here with something to prove as he drops clever line after line with a “stone cold” demeanor. With no regard for any and all . . .
Jersey’s frequent collaborators Mir Fontane and Ish Williams are back at it again with visuals for the Kev Rodgers-produced “Arizona.” It’s dark, ominous, and arguably deserving of an Arizona Beverages sponsorship. The two have sure sense of confidence after their Wanni Wag collaboration with Charlie Heat and Mike Zombie. We look forward to what Mir . . .
In November of last year, South Jersey’s Mir Fontane and Ish Williams let loose a single titled “Wanni Wag.” With a strong following and support from their hometown, the two paid homage to Camden’s own, Dajuan Wagner, over the Roca Beats track. Now we have an interesting development as GOOD Music’s Charlie Heat (also a . . .
Mir Fontane & Ish Williams are repping hard for the southside of New Jersey in their new video for “Wanni Wag“. As you’ll remember, “Wanni Wag” is a track that homage to Camden’s own Dajuan Wagner. Wagner, the former Cleveland Cavalier, dropped a 100 points during one of his high school games as is referenced throughout . . .
New Jersey artist, Mir Fontane, is picking up a lot of steam this 4th quarter. Between live performaces, promotional campaigns, and single releases he has very busy to say the least. In his latest, “Wanni Wag”, Mir mixes self affirmation with respect for his team while he references fellow Camden, New Jersey native, Dajuan Wagner. . . .
R.O.M. and DEFFIE prove their impeccable compatibility as a production duo once more, with a “3-for-1” remix of Pharrell’s “Frontin.” Just in time for the warm weather, these two have taken the undeniable feel of this summertime classic and revamped it for a new era. Complex but catchy, this “3-for-1” remix has a few twists . . .
San Williams uses a familiar sample to great effect on “Celebration.” I first heard the strings on this song used for Outkast‘s “Pink & Blue.” Years later, Kid Cudi borrowed them for “Whenever,” from his A Kid Named Cudi mixtape. Fast forward to today, and San’s usage is another impactful example. His raspy voice and . . .