Big thanks to all the supporters tapping in with me. With all the turns to take online, it could be hard to keep up with your favorites. One of the main sites to visit is YouTube. Most of us spend time there. Whether it’s viewing a channel or working on our own content.
I’ve got some content there I want to share with you. Plus, my page has a new look the viewers should see. Stay up with my music, as well as journalism of our life stlye.
Tonight it’s about love. Something all of us need. The entertainment industry, media, and reality would improve with it. Love ain’t always happiness, you gotta take the good with the bad. This young lady gives her experiences on both sides.
I admit, music from Atswei Franaalo touches my emotions. Her vocals along with bold content works every time. My Ex has soft kalimba intro, then drops in the heavy bass. The artist takes us through that in between relationships stage. Relative occurrence, but the lyrics are not predictable. There’s some lucky dude out there named Billy that got her mind twisted. Sounds like the guy that could get away stuff the average guy can’t.
Now, we approach the first single I heard from this project. It pushes the envelope like no other. Fuck Boi is about the cat that says what he thinks she wants to hear. Lomo bounces from her native dialect to western slang impressively. When I listen it reminds me of something I used to think about. Why hit once when there’s opportunity for continued pleasure. I utilized the availability to its fullest when I was hunting. Bleeding is the pain topic. Broken promises and high expectations. Those moments that seem never ending.
The artist closes with one of the most star powered tunes. Heart Thinks deserves a video. It’s a song to take her to the top. Every song on this EP reminds me of something I been through. Initially, we think love songs are for the ladies. In reality, the homies like them just as much. Listeners will find comfort in this project. Enjoy the SoundCloud link below and follow. Thanks for all the support. May the Almighty keep blessing you!
The coolest, new thing is going on at YouTube. I started using the platform to post videos of me reading write-ups from RAN. I’m always looking to help expand the fan base of our artists. Be Live makes it easy to do custom recordings and load them up. If anyone wants to use the site for broadcasting, follow the link I post for it.
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I know there’s been some big gaps between my posts. I’d like to get to them sooner, as well as more articles. While I tackle life quarterback sneaks, new music is constant. What would we do without it?
We’ve got some market movers for you tonight. Jamal Gasol and Rasheed Chappell are names you heard a lot in recent years. They tapped in with advancing producer, Wavy Da Ghawd. Even got some scratching from DJ Eclipse. This joint has Shade45 written all over it.
As bad as rappers want the dream, the rap game ain’t what you expect. These two keep the same mentality that got them through the street’s trials. Life is still a hustle, so vividly expressed over this slapping background. This is a standout tune, nothing typical about it.
I like the team up of emcees, I’m a Wavy fan, plus the vocal samples add to the feel. I didn’t see the Stone Cold lines coming. This is a cool collaboration, they each have a different sound. Gotta appreciate the originality. Give it some spins and pick it up at your favorite digital music store.
That type of music you feel. Some parts are from a dialect I don't understand, but it's okay with me. The vibe is still felt through every element of this hit. Atswei Franaalo has a unique style with sounds of Ghana. She has vocals that travel through melody. I have yet to hear a beat she is a stranger to.
Listen as the artist expresses herself with a party flow provided by DJ Virgin. Another producer to listen out for. Let's pop champagne to this one.