In celebration of his birthday, South Jersey singer/song-writer/producer Kenif Muse releases a raw, yet catchy new single, titled “My $ide.” Mercilessly addressing the fakes, Kenif croons: “There’s a thin line between all the love and the hate/ Energy the same.”
With dark production from Kil Confirmed, “My $ide” is slated to appear on Kenif‘s forthcoming project. This record serves as a follow up to Kenif‘s previous Infamous Rell-produced “Ya Tu Sabe” single (also below) as well as the various credit he received on Mir Fontane‘s Who’s Watching The Kids? project.
Enjoy “My $ide” below, and stay tuned for more releases from Kenif Muse to close out the Summer.
2016 has been a breakout year for Camden, NJ rapper Mir Fontane. Gaining buzz over the past several months through his regional hit “Wanni Wag,” and collaborations with Jersey heavy-hitters: Tsu Surf, OVO Sound‘s Mike Zombie, and G.O.O.D Music‘s Charlie Heat, Mir Fontane is positioning himself to be an east-coast household name sooner than later.
Fontane recently visited Sway In The Morning to discuss the origins of his stage name, growing up in Camden, NJ, the #BlackLivesMatter movement and of course, spit some flames for the Friday Fire Cypher over some Mike Zombie production.
Enjoy below, and stay tuned for Mir Fontane‘s forthcoming Who’s Watching The Kids mixtape.
Mike Zombie has released his highly-anticipated album, Humble Genius. This third studio album was entirely produced by Mike Zombie, and contains only New Jersey features from Trev Rich, Connect and Benzi Ayo, giving Mike and crew all the space they need for this East Coast lyrical exercise on the music industry!
Fans will also be excited for the 14-track album, which contains the full version of the “Underdog” single Mike exclusively premiered on our March That NJ Ish segment. Earlier this month, Mike Zombie gave a special preliminary interview on Hot 97’s Ebro in the Morning show that you can check out below.
Read on for our talk with Mike Zombie, and make sure you cop the album on iTunes here.
Lil Yachty recently sat down with Mass Appeal for their ‘Time Alone‘ segment, where an artist interviews themselves, and it’s the greatest thing I’ve seen all year.
18-year-old Yachty is one of the more popular new artists that have popped up in the last year or so, and is likely going to land a spot on XXL‘s annual Freshmen issue next month. His mix of rapping and singing on whimsical beats (typically made by his go-to producer, Burberry Perry) has me hooked, mostly because the content is so ridiculous that it’s hilariously entertaining. For example, Yachty remixed the theme song to Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood earlier this month and had Kylie Jenner join him, and you can check that out here.
This 4-minute Mass Appeal clip is equally as hilariously entertaining as his music, and it will be worth every second. You’re welcome.
For this month’s That NJ Ish segment, we put the spotlight on singer Joella DeVille. After picking her brain and getting to know the woman behind the voice, Joella helped Ease The Pain with her acapella rendition of her infectious track. To conclude this month, we asked the Jersey City native a few “this or that” questions to get to know a little more about her.
Los Angeles-based rapper RJ delivered the third installment of his acclaimed O.M.M.I.O. mixtape series over the weekend.
Though signed to DJ Mustard‘s 10 Summers imprint, there’s no Mustard production on the 18 tracks…nor any features. Looks like RJ wanted to show and prove that he can hold his own without the big names! Stream and download O.M.M.I.O. 3 below and let us know your thoughts.
Snoop Dogg‘s founded label, DoggyStyle Records, recently announced a new artist to their roster. Atlanta rapper, Clay James, will be the first signee as Snoop re-launches the company he founded in 1995.
The DoggyStyle team first approached James after his performance during SXSW. They continued to stay in contact, which eventually lead to Snoop‘s stamp of approval.