Asem (real name Nana Wiafe Asante-Mensah) a singer, rapper, songwriter and World Bank education ambassador born on 3rd July 1987 in Cape Coast, Ghana. He started singing,dancing and reciting poetry at the age of FIVE .
Asem released his first official single ‘Give Me Blow’ whiles he was still in journalism school in
2008 on his first Album titled ‘Better Late Than Never’.The album also featured songs like ‘Pigaro’ which got rave reviews and airplay on several radio stations including BBC 1xtra in 2008/2009.
Asem has released two more albums “SOLID GROUND” in 2012 and “TOUGH TIMES DON’T LAST” in 2013.
Asem has shared the stage with international acts such as Rick Ross, Omarion, Fat Joe,
Ja Rule just to name a few.
Despite has hectic schedule, Asem pushes forward with a variety of humanitarian projects through Asem Foundation and several NGOs. Currently working on projects on Education and
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J Smoove “Neck Em”
“DGainz unleashes the newest dancer on his YouTube channel, JSmoove (the Neck’Em song). JSmoove is a young dancer from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, but he definitely got his own original style like a professional on this new dance called Neck ‘Em. The beat is dope, he knows how to ride the beat — but I must say that this could be the new DANCE CRAZE that will have everyone trying to copy as you can see in the video. DGainz video in forever. Great shots, crisp edits, nice scenes. Well done all around.”
DJ YRS Jerzy “Embassy Row” ft Malik Ferraud & Chox-Mak prod. DR. G
Several artists are starting to make an impact in the
independent music scene from all across the country. Now everyone is
working together to make their dreams come true and make it a reality. DJ
YRS Jerzy teamed up with Baltimore native Malik Ferraud and his artist
North Carolina’s own Chox-Mak for a new aged classic track entitled
“Embassy Row”. This latest single has a smooth laid back mellow toned sound
to it that is sure to be played more than once. The beat smith DR. G out of
Manchester UK brought in his own unique style of production that makes for
a perfect collaboration. There will be a lot more coming from everyone
involved with this project. Look out for more Malik Ferraud music and
visuals to drop as well as more DJ YRS Jerzy and Chox-Mak to hit the
internet and air waves really soon.
Rae Soleil “Stroll”
RaeSoleil Cincinnati, Ohio, Jazz Vocalist, Rapper, and Spoken Word Artist.
Nelson Waters “So Illusive”
Tre’ Crowell “Premium Goods”
Tre’ Crowell is back again as he releases his single for the week “Premium Goods”. Tre’ releases premium goods this week a song which he wrote and produced . Tre’ has released a song a week for over four months as he prepares for the release of his EP “13” which will drop December 13.
Bigg Wurm “Slammin Chevy Doors” featuring Golden Eyez produced by Gunna
Bigg Wurm is repping North Carolina to the fullest. He has released his visual to the
blog world “Slammin Chevy Doors” featuring Golden Eyez. Chevy’s are the cars of the south.
This song and video bring back that classic down south sound. Bigg Wurm brings that heavy dirty
south swag to the video.
Syntax + Liggy (L.I.F.E. Long) + Elohemstar “Dark”
New York City music imprint cocoonmovements presents “Dark,” the first leak off the “Caterpillar Steps” compilation album (slated to drop in 2015). The single features the Cocoon’s caterpillars Syntax, Liggy (L.I.F.E. Long) and Elohemstar on the vocals, along with French producer Fatra Beats on the boards. Lookout for the compilation dropping in 2015 via cocoonmovements, along with the upcoming Elohemstar LP “LW2AC (Lone Wolf 2 Abandoned Cub).” Syntax’s debut solo album “Dialog’a’Rhythmic” is out now!
Carasel “The Moment” featuring JMan & Blacksmith produced byDed Tebiase
Fresh out of Bristol, the Ambush Family Tree are back. Always staying fiercely independent, AFT have been smashing it with the D&B recently & has found some of the hottest underground music to surface in recent months gaining a steady reputation for quality output ‘The Moment’ showcases another Branch of the tree, Hip-Hop, as they go back to their roots with some sharp vocally driven boom bap that drops us straight back in the 90’s
AFT004 sees Carasel effortlessly ride the Ded Tebiase production ably assisted by the razor sharp flows of Blacksmith & Jman.