Dudda Dash, the rapper, singer, and lyricist of this week’s featured artist DAvincii X, wrote a musical letter to Trump. Watch the official video.
The wait is over, our next artist of the week is here: DAvincii X! Born and raised in Manchester, Connecticut, cousins Dudda Dash and AF build a rapidly emerging duo, mixing neo-soul and classic hip-hop to their truly unique sound.
When this week’s featured artist Gangstagrass hit the road in March, they will record every gig and capture the dynamic they have on stage so everyone can get a taste.
While Gangstagrass have a new single out and are preparing a live album, they released their last studio album American Music almost three years ago. Never the less, their mix of Bluegrass and Hip-Hop hasn’t lost its freshness a bit in those years.
There might be millions of musicians out there who write beats for Hip-Hop artists. But, at least as far as I know, there is only one Country Rap band, the Gangstagrass, the bluegrass-hip-hop project of Brooklyn based producer Rench.
Bands like Turvy Organ put all of their music on SoundCloud for free streaming without limits (no 30-second previews like others). Why do they do it, when there are no direct revenues for most artists on that platform?
While our artist of the week, Denver’s own Turvy Organ are actually in the studio to record their new album, we still have their fantastic debut The Soft Light to enjoy.