FilmGate Festival (Ex-Nola) Free-for-All edition set to feature the music video for LISTENtoSIN’s “Capitol”

The monthly short film festival, FilmGate Festival (Ex-Nola) presented by FilmGate Miami will feature Broward County-based rapper, SIN, aka LISTENtoSIN’s official music video for his single, “Capitol”.

The festival will also feature a discussion about the making of the visual, which was directed by frequent collaborator, StayLookingOut.

Here’s more about the upcoming festival:

“FilmGate Miami is a non-profit organization that’s goal is to ensure en empowerment and growth of local creators and talent. To provide them with a platform in which they can showcase their art and reach new audiences.

FilmGate Festival is a monthly short film festival that goes month to month with a specific theme per month. On this occasion, we bring you shorts of all genres, Docs, Narratives, Music Videos, Comedies, Etc.”

“Capitol” appears on the album, PRIVATE FLIGHT released on SIN’s SoundsGoodFeelsBetter imprint in partnership with Valholla Entertainment. The album peaked at #32 on iTunes Hip Hop Chart. The song, “Capitol” was produced by Nixon.

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Adam Dollar$ drops his new collaboration with Alexis Danielle titled “Take Me”

Baton Rouge based rapper Adam Dollar$ unleashes his new single with singer Alexis Danielle who has also featured on past singles, “Weekends” and “Summer Madness”. “It’s about a chick who’s in a disgruntled relationship and she’s starting something new with another guy(me) before she’s cut ties with her current lover”, Adam Dollar$ explains. “But it’s told from the aspect of a love story not necessarily your average creep”

Adam Dollar$ latest album ‘…But All is Well’ peaked at #14 on iTunes Hip Hop chart and #127 on the All Genres chart. listen to “Take Me” below.

Jack Boyd asks “Are We Even Human” on his new single

Indie Pop singer/songwriter Jack Boyd released his new single, “Are We Even Human”. The song serves as his first release since dropping his EP, ‘By Your Side’. Jack broke down the meaning of the single.

“Are We Even Human” to me is my way of trying to convey my everyday thoughts and feelings through my art. I feel I drew a lot of inspiration from psychedelic experiences as well as my point of view on society and the world around us. The statement “are we even human” to me is very blunt at first sight and I say it in the song with a sense of disappointment but I think it also goes much deeper in the question of like what it means to be a “human” and co exist with our fellow earthlings. I don’t feel this song is as personal as most of my songs in the way that I think anyone with a little bit of existential angst can relate with what I’m saying.”

Listen to the Austin, TX based recording artist’s new single below.

Rob Markman connects with Adam Dollar$, LISTENtoSIN, The Ichiban Don & DviousMindz for the remix of “Easy Money Sniper”

Since Rob Markman teamed up with Kirby Maurier on “I Don’t Wanna Wait”, he’s been a frequent collaborator with our roster and production team. With his new release, “Easy Money Sniper” (Remix), he teams up with Adam Dollar$, LISTENtoSIN, The Ichiban Don with DviousMindz and they do not disappoint.

Listen to it below. Links to all platforms HERE.

5516, the debut album from Miami based rapper Supreme Muzic peaks at #19 on iTunes Hip Hop Chart and #129 on All Genres Chart (US)

Miami based rapper/songwriter Supreme Muzic released his debut album, 5516 on Friday (Nov 20th) with a wave of support. The 7 song set peaked at #19 on iTunes Hip Hop Chart and #129 on All Genres Chart (US). The Vice City Records release (distributed by Valholla Entertainment) features Young Breed, Jimmy Dade, Jynx, and featuring production from J Smooth and more.

supreme muzic itunes chart

Here’s what Supreme said about the album:
“5516 represents the beginning. Where it all started for me. My mother’s first house. It’s also a representation of the neighborhood that I grew up in Little Haiti, a small section in the inner city of Miami, Florida. It also where/when I picked up rapping. “5516” is the actual house number to that address. Growing up in poverty my dream was to always be rich and retiring my mom since all I did growing up is watch her struggle, creating a better life. You get a taste of that in the intro of the album “Millionaire”. On this album, you are going to get real life. Growing up as a black man in America trying to find a way out, as u hear in “Next Move” this album also shows diversity giving something everyone can listen to. Such as catchy song like “No Tomorrow”, “In My Bag” and “Slip N Slide”. The album also showcases my multicultural side with the song, “Please Baby” mixing a Haitian vibe on an Afrocentric beat. All while still maintaining the sound Miami is so well known for.” – Supreme Muzic

Listen to or buy 5516 HERE or below.