User submitted: ‘One + One’ is a reminder that a relationship can never be a selfish entity, but rather, it must be a joint endeavor between two souls.
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User submitted: Make sure you check out Starr’s video “Space” directed by Tre Flix!
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User submitted: Join Me or Watch Me Win is VEnT’s first single on their upcoming 4th album. Produced by Trelevision.
Published on Jul 9, 2017
Official extended music video for Tru Vocalz smash single “Narcotic”
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Philadelphia artist, Semaj “Chess” Worrell, has brought his creative genius to music yet again. With is ability to produce his own music, he has control in the booth as he pulls all the pieces together, and on stage when he performs with his band. It’s never clear what play Chess might make at a live performance with is diverse mix of horns, harmonica, flute, and violin. Over the years, he’s had the opportunity to open for some major artists that are among his favorites: Lupe, Pharrell, Miguel, Jazmine Sullivan, and The Roots. He recorded Black Pill Project and his song “I Got Money” that is dropping June 30th at the legendary Circle House Studio in Miami on the same mic that Pharrell recorded “Happy” on. The video for “I Got Money,” was recorded in FDR Park in South Philadelphia. Philadelphia and Miami have a heavy influence on this song that has a lot of sauce with a rock twist. It bridges the lifestyles of art and skateboarding. “When you’re there you don’t have to try to be different, you just are.” Look out for the Black Pill Project in August 2017. With beats that bang but are lyrically driven, and an artist with the heart of a city kid but the mind of a mogul, he’s got nothing but great moves to win in this chess match.
A Hip Hop genius!
Growing up on the streets of Philadelphia and Delaware, bread a soldier ready for war in the rap industry. Raised by a single mother trying to take care of 4 children, life wasn’t always fair in the eyes of Hasaan Marlow. At age 15 he made some bad choices and had to do some time. This experience inspired the creation of the group 2 Figures which Sadaam Hasaan was a part of and went by the name H2O. In 2005, Sadaam realized his calling to be an artist and had more life lessons to teach. The following year he released his first mix tape, “Juvenile Delinquent”. This album allowed him to express his wrong doings and how he could do better.
Taking the world by storm, turning mishaps and misunderstandings into gems and jewels. He released “Back to the Trap in 2010, and “Hotter than a Flame” was released in 2012. Sadaam wasn’t done yet. He went back to the lab and created the hit album “Beat Jackers” which was released it October 2013. This really got him recognized and he was given an award for most collaboration’s on a track. It featured artist such as Freddie Diggs from 106 & Park, Gutter, Young Taz, and many more. “The Time Is Now” Pre Tape is the first project with all original beats. 2014 was the official name change from H2O to Sadaam Hasaan. The death of the street soldier, to the birth of a warrior for rap. “The Time Is Now” was released to get everyone ready for the next bomb he was about to hit them with. Summer 2014 he dropped his new single, “Cause I Wanna” which world premiered on KISS 101.7 with DJ Bran.
Sadaam Hasaan is inspired by life experiences, his 2 children, Jay-Z, 50 Cents, and a couple of local artists. He loves the art of music! Sadaam Hasaan has started a movement called L.O.E which stands for League of Elite. The pholocafy is “Be the best at what you do, be elite. His entrepurnual grind has him climbing to the top in no time. He plans to expand the L.O.E movement into apparel and entertainment company. Not only is Sadaam Hasaan a genius with his flow, but his lyrical writing is in a league of its own. When Sadaam is not in the studio working at his craft, performing at a local venue, creating his music videos, he is spending time with his family
and close friends. Sadaam lives by a few slogans of his own to stay grounded and focused on his journey to stardom. “The time is now, You are your best teacher, and Bring unity to the community where unity doesn’t exist”.