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Scramn’s debut album “Pay Dirt”

Scramn’s “Pay Dirt”

Bubba Sparxxx, and his country-tried label New South, have released a party animal with a loose mandible that isn’t afraid to reach that ‘turnt Up’s stage! Bubba’s long-time friend and road warrior, Scramn breaks out of the gate the only way he knows how to- by ripping through bars and making his presence known, even if it isn’t Christmas.

With his debut album Pay Dirt, Scramn doesn’t hesitate to tell the audience “Wassup” and you can believe he will “Get It In” before the night is over, with Bubba Sparxxx rolling along to make sure both messages aren’t misunderstood. Along with the assist from Bubba on both of those bangers, you can expect features from Bonecrusher, B. Stille of Nappy Roots, Big V of Nappy Roots, and more. Pay Dirt is an album you need to grab if you haven’t picked it up already!

– Warren Peace of The Write Reviews

Magnum Opus: 1989 – SoundCloud

Dope hiphop coming out of Cincinnati, OH, proving once again why Cincinnati is the next big thing in the music game.   Smooth vocals by Tori Helene, fire bars by Ladii XO and Natown.  All production by Natown demonstrates his versatility as an artist.  Needless to say, I’m impressed.   

Ill be on the lookout for more his squad.   Dope album.  Can’t wait to see some visuals for this project.   

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Jess – Why? – SoundCloud

When asked about her new single Jess had these words to say:

Well basically I feel like Ive gotten to a better place mentally and in life in general. I feel like Im able to tap into my creativity and express myself better with this new album

Having released one ep with 6 tracks and 4 solo tracks, Jess has been working hard on a follow up project between her busy touring schedule and real life as a mom.  After only recording for two years, Jess has had the opportunity to work with industry notable, Komplex, responsible for the sound behind Horseshoe Gang and Crooked I, as well as Marissa Simpson her singer/songwriter partner at Black Roses Music.   

Jess recently had the honor of opening at The New Orleans Jazz Fest.  Performing in front of such artists as Stevie Wonder, Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, and Meghan Trainor, whose song “Like I’m gonna loose you” Jess also covered and performed as part of her set.   Check out her new single here, from her forth coming album.
Jessica Davis-Why?