Mental health has been the topic of conversation in the hip-hop community more than ever this year and for that reason, Andray Taylor’s story may inspire some. Born in Oakland, CA and raised in Norfolk, VA, the multi-talented rapper turned to Hip Hop when he started experiencing depression. Using his music as an outlet, he let his thoughts be known in lyrical form. It all started in high school when his teacher of AP Government assigned a project to which he rapped historical facts and received an A. Not only did he obtain a good grade, the word also spread that Taylor was talented. Landing himself in the middle of the music industry, he began to take this newfound skill more seriously as he stepped foot into The Venue on 35th in 2013. 2 years after, he released his first ever project titled “Rumors of Bloomers” followed by his second project “The Cost of Blooming” in 2017. He just dropped a new single, “Hydroplaning.” Follow him as he makes his mark in music on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/TaylorAndray.
Mista Taylor has a flow and delivery unlike no other. He doesn't sound like he's trying to sound like Migos. Everyone raps like that now a days. Mista Taylor is sticking to the script about what he knows. His latest record "Dope Man" gives you that Young Jeezy vibe. Mixed with a little Rick Ross. You can can Mista Taylor is a vet when it comes to the rapping. Doesn't sound like something he just woke up saying he would do. Don't sleep on Mista Taylor and check out this exclusive below.
The S.Florida 1st round draft pick recruited from."Broward county" comes J. staxx 954 (945) a county he reps so hard it's even in his Name..... While putting the finishing touches on soon to be released ep "J. staxx 954" drops off his latest single titled "Do it for yourself"
A track that is to inspire and motivate the listener's & fellow artists to not wait or get discouraged but dust it off an "Do it for yourself " so give a stream get inspired make sure you tap in with "staxx" on a daily via IG @j_staxx954
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Krystle Maria takes a step outside her usual mesmerizing R&B/hip-hop stylings and ventures into the world of punk and rock with her latest song and visual, titled "Hate This Part." Produced by Jelani Kwesi, it's a reflective and relatable record on which she masterfully blends genres and lays down some great verses and a kill hook, all piecing together for a booming record with a great video to match. Keep it locked for more from her soon as she's poised to take over 2018 and beyond.