Fetty Wap drops, "Love The Way"

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Fetty Wap is on his way to releasing the much anticipated, 'Bruce Wayne' Album. To prep us for what is to come he released "Love the Way" which features his fans singing along and demonstrating the love hey give to their significant other. 

As Fetty Wap wraps up his "For my fans" tour, we foresee more Music and greatness coming from the Harlem bred musician. We can't wait! 

Moody Monday: on the rise with Jessie Reyez

Photography by Christopher Pierantony (@s0_krisp

Photography by Christopher Pierantony (@s0_krisp

 "Violent, soul. Tarantino." Are the three words Jessie Reyes uses when describing her aesthetic. As you Listen to, "Kiddo," Reyez's EP released last year, you feel the anger and angst in her voice. 

The EP starts with "F**k It" which is a song with back and forth dialogue with a lover, which she so well captured by changing the sound of her voice as if there was a real conversation taking place. The simple production has serious focus on the diversity of range in Jessie Reyes's voice.

The song then leads into "Shutter Island" which takes you to the rabbit hole of emotions as a reaction to relationship turmoil. But, leave it to Reyez to really give you an uplifting message after all the angst. "Blue Ribbon" ft. Tim Suby, gives us a dance beat on her "I know who I am" anthem. She tells those with "poison...[to] keep that shit the fuck over there, please" while she focuses on family, and day ones on her team. Which goes into her softer tone in "figures" which was her breakout single, that you can listen to below.

To give the album a nice close she ends with more personality on "Gatekeeper". It encompasses the struggle and reality of oppression that the music industry has on females. It is a disturbing unspoken truth, but so relevant to share on her musical journey - specially on her EP perfectly titled, "Kiddo". Which ends with a recording of her parents wishing her a great birthday.

To kindly close the album, Jessie Reyez ends with my favorite uplifting song, "Great One" that shares the importance of community through family and team. You can hear the gratitude in her voice, as well as hard work and perseverance as she aims for "everything". 

Listen to the Album below, and embrace her powerful voice. Also make sure to listen to Body Count, a new single released this weekend! Tell us what you think in a comment below.

 

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photography by, Christopher Pierantoni (@s0_krispy) 

Moody Monday: This is serious, Cardi B is at it again!

Photo by: Christopher Pierantoni (@s0_krispy) 

Photo by: Christopher Pierantoni (@s0_krispy) 

Cardi B hits us with a banger this weekend and it's an "Invasion of Privacy" full of hot collaborations and raw rhymes to make you want to play the album on repeat. People all over are praising Cardi B's debut Album, for she just proved to everyone she is here to stay on the top of the billboards. 

Cardi begins her album with a hard hit knowns as, "Get up 10"  which reveals insight into her life while addressing her hustle unapologetically. To follow up, we are given a dose of flex with "Drip" ft Migos, "Bickenhead", and of course "Bodak Yellow"! The album is a story of self-empowerment, hustle, and growth that comes at us with an I beat all odds sort of mindset.  

She keeps it so real throughout, and brings fusions of Cardi into the mix from trap queen to latina fierce with her J. Balvin and Bad Bunny hit, "I Like It". The loudmouth is taking over music with exactly what trap music needed, a reigning Femme Fatale.  

This album reads like a book and takes you through the highs and lows of coming into the spotlight gaining a lavish lifestyle while still dealing with the backlash of criticism. 

Yet she reminds the haters that “My little 15 minutes lasted long as hell, huh?” with my personal favorite track, "I Do" ft SZA to wrap up the album. Enjoy the track here. Let us know what you think in a comment below.