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.

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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.

Miami Based Rapper/Songwriter Supreme Muzic partners with Valholla Entertainment for his forthcoming album, ‘5516’

Haitian-American rapper/songwriter Supreme Muzic is set to release his new independent album, ‘5516’ on November 20th. The 7 song set will be released on his label, Vice City Records, and distributed by Valholla Entertainment.

Here’s his synopsis of ‘5516’
“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

The album is available for pre-order now on iTunes.

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Adam Dollar$ releases official visuals for “The Prefix” from his album ‘…But All is Well’

After releasing his well-received album, ‘…But All is Well’ which peaked at #14 on iTunes, Adam Dollar$ premiered a new music video from the set on YouTube. “The Prefix”, which opens the album, gets the visual treatment and provides a perfect companion to the song. Directed by Kirk Robertson and shot by Ashanta Gleason. Song produced by Young Devante.

Add the song on Spotify, HERE, Apple Music HERE, and Tidal HERE. …But All is Well is available everywhere now.

King Charlz releases new single and lyric video for “Natty Dread Fiyah”

Reggae Fusion singer/songwriter, King Charlz returns to his roots with his new single, “Natty Dread Fiyah”. After the recent collaboration with Xavier BLK and Munir Zakee, Charlz is ready to unleash new music which will lead up to his next album.

Here’s what he said about creating the song and its inspiration. “I felt inspired to write ‘Natty Dread Fiyah’ because I felt I needed a song that spoke to my own identity or who I am. I’ve had a lot of time to figure who I am, especially in this pandemic. I had nothing but time to “creatively” find myself and once I did that, I reached a point in my music where I don’t have to think twice about how to deliver a verse or hook. I just be myself and it always comes out just how i want it….. Fiyah!”

“Natty Dread Fiyah” is available everywhere now on Valholla Entertainment including the accompanying lyric video. Add it to your Spotify library HERE. Song produced by Eclectic Productionz, lyric video animation by PGArt876 & DJ Jer.

Iman Shumpert (Iman.) releases Joy Ride mixtape featuring production from The Track Burnaz

Iman Shumpert (Iman.) recently released his new Gangsta Grillz mixtape ‘Joy Ride’, and it’s available on Datpiff and Soundcloud now. The mixtape includes various songs and features one original song titled “Gohan” produced by Samyr & The Track Burnaz. “Gohan” is available everywhere now.

The Track Burnaz entire discography is available on this playlist on Spotify HERE.