Nova Mandarke preps release of MCMXCII by announcing lead single "Gorillaz."


Harlem native Nova Mandarke puts on with his new single “Gorillaz” which is slated as the lead flex on his forthcoming MCMXCII project coming this November. On the Rico Suave produced track Nova drops heavy references to his glow and anecdotal brand of music geared towards giving the streets exactly what they need.  Primed for a 10/26 drop “Gorillaz” is the perfect lead and example of what Novamandarke has in store to close Fall 2018. Stay tuned.
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Music Video: Xavier "They Don't Like That"

A native of Brooklyn, this Guyanese-American performing artist has plans to take control of the industry one grand performance at a time. A respected entertainer as well as recording artist, Xavier is the next in a long line of talent with star potential. What shall be made of it ? Only time will tell. For now get in tuned with the release of the accompanying visual for his “They Don’t Like That” track available below:

Queens, NYC talent Mu V drops debut, "N.O.V.A"

Known by his stage name Mu V, this Queens bred multi talent specializes in song writing, engineering, videography and production. An aspiring contributor to the Hip Hop culture he has spent the better half of life span studying the elements of the art of Microphone Control and song making.   Born in Alabama, Mu V is well equipped in the sonic and delivery of both coasts he has called home:
” I love music. I study it. I perform it. I create it. It is my passion.”
To kick off the 4th quarter Mu V has released his debut single, N.O.V.A Check it out below:

Video: Remy1Hunnid "Mhm Mhm Mhm"

Born in Haiti before calling both Brooklyn and now Florida home, Remy1Hunnid is not shy about his admittance that music has always been a constant in his life.  With influences such as 50 Cent, Cam’ron, Kanye West, Kid Cudi, and Travis Scott he has found a creative way fuse both northern and eastern roots into his music.  Eager to present his versatile approach to the world, he drops off the visual for his popular Mhm Mhm Mhm track. Watch it below:




New Music: Doogie Feat Mr. G Code "Frontin"

A native of Queens, New York and a fan of Hip Hop in all its variations. Dre AKA Doogie of Goodears has worn many hats in this business from media contributor to recording artist.   With plans to launch his Goodears streaming services platform in the near future, Dre is throwing his hat in the ring on the executive side looking to assist his contemporaries in getting their music to the world.   An extension of the overall empire and brand, goodears will be a hub for creators and representatives of talent. Included in the launch will be the release of the 4th installment of their Everybody Hates Goodears compilation series.  To date the series has featured many of the talented artists and individuals that call Goodears home, both streaming and developmentally. To kickstart the momentum as a whole, he has released new music titled “Frontin” featuring Mr G Code. Listen below

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