New Music Apr 20  |  

Shaqeyah takes her space on “Make Some Room”

Shaqeyah is back! We got her debut single, “Confident,” in October of last year. She reunites with Kev Rodgers and Kenif Muse for “Make Some Room.” She is looking claim space that she believes she belongs in. With a strong, committed team in South Jersey and a persona that exudes self belief and conviction, it’s . . .

New Music Oct 25  |  

Shaqeyah makes her debut with the self-affirming “Confident”

New Jersey’s southside continues to reveal new talent. The latest artist I’ve been presentd with is the R&B songstress, Shaqeyah. Shake links with fellow Jersey natives, Kev Rodgers and Kenif Muse, to lace production for her debut song, “Confident.” Shaqeyah has empowerment and confidence oozing out of her on this smooth R&B cut. Sometimes, I . . .

Southside of Jersey collective drops 'W.A.W.A.' mixtape
New Music Sep 19  |  

Southside of Jersey collective drops ‘W.A.W.A.’ mixtape

New Jersey Hip-Hop collective releases W.A.W.A. project South New Jersey has a respectably well documented slew of young artists and producers who are working to usher in a new era while making a name for themselves. The latest taste of the $outh$ide comes from Mir Fontane, Kev Rodgers, Ish Williams, and Shaqeyah. They unite under . . .

New Music Feb 28  |  

Ish Williams – “Motion” (Video)

Ish Williams puts his troubles aside in order to move forward Ish Williams returns with the visuals for the first single off of hisĀ 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 Music Nov 21  |  

Ish Williams puts his real life on display for ‘Sonia’s Son’ (LP)

Stream Sonia’s SonĀ 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 . . .