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RUHMOAN – NEW SINGLE “ANYTIME”ft. Kodie Shane & Tyus

Ruhmoan is an artist who bridges gaps, through undeniable lyricism, unique melodies and the love for music. He continuously elevates his songwriting ability and looks forward to connecting with his listeners emotionally and spiritually. Ruhmoan is a new up and coming artist here to make some noise as he drops off a heavily[…]

Johnny Rocket Sheds Light On Sex Trafficking With Captivating Video

Maryland hip hop emcee Johnny Rocket uses his gift for crafting music to curate a single titled “Survive” which follows the narrative of a girl who is abducted by a sex trafficker and the impact it has on her family/community. Accompanied by a music video, the track has the Johnny reciting lyrics, as he puts[…]

Devious – ‘Devious & Friends: For the Culture Vol. 1’

Today New Orleans artist, producer and writer Devious releases his new compilation project, Devious & Friends. Promoting the importance of the famed “Bounce” music genre that was derived from the clubs of New Orleans, Devious’  new compilation project that will showcase New Orleans music at its core.  Hailing from Hollygrove, this prolific member of the New Orleans Hip-Hop[…]

[Video] J. Cruze – Atlanta

Artist J.cruze born and raised in the Dominican Republic and now a California native releases his new single called “Atlanta” prod. By based1 & Rog3rdat from his upcoming debut project “CRUZECONTROL” be sure to check out more of his music At manifestcommunity.com

(Single) Queen Izzy – Daz How Star Do)

North Carolina emcee Queen Izzy has been on a busy press run lately, with a college tour, the release of her debut EP, and much more; she has added another single titled “Daz How Star Do.” Her brash lyricism blends in with uber creative beat to make a single that[…]

[Single] Brae Leni – Make Sho’

Combining funk, soul, fun, and a few elements from the classics the vision for this Make Sho was a simple one. You should always always be yourself & ain’t nothing wrong with dancing your sorrows away! This modern day throwback was inspired by George Clinton, Bruno Mars, & Pharrell.