August, 2020

Trigganomatry – “Hold Up” Ft. Stunna 4 Vegas (Prod. By DJ Nicki Nice)

Florida artist Trigganomatry & Stunna 4 Vegas team-up for the hit single, “Hold Up”, produced by DJ Nicki Nice. With over 300K+ plays since being released a few month ago, this record hasben gaining them more new fans than ever.

Trigganomatry – “Hold Up” Ft. Stunna 4 Vegas (Prod. By DJ Nicki Nice)

Florida artist Trigganomatry & Stunna 4 Vegas team-up for the hit single, “Hold Up”, produced by DJ Nicki Nice. With over 300K+ plays since being released a few month ago, this record hasben gaining them more new fans than ever.

Khamari is trying to get away from “The Heat”

By Tayo Odutola Word Is Bond

Multi-talented artist Khamari returns to our pages with a solid effort titled “The Heat.” The self-produced and self-written track is a warm, reflective, and soulful cut that dives into leaving a relationship in order to save his soul.

Khamari is at home here and makes use of the lush organic backdrop to good use with his laidback melodic style and relatable lyrics. He opens up and gives the listener his own side of the story as he makes his way out of an unsalvageable relationship. The song is a followup to his debut single “Jealous,” and the second release leading up to Khamari’s debut EP, coming fall 2020.

Keep up with Khamari  | SoundcloudSpotifyTwitterInstagram

Trigganomatry – “Hold Up” Ft. Stunna 4 Vegas (Prod. By DJ Nicki Nice)

Florida artist Trigganomatry & Stunna 4 Vegas team-up for the hit single, “Hold Up”, produced by DJ Nicki Nice. With over 300K+ plays since being released a few month ago, this record hasben gaining them more new fans than ever.

PATH P reflects on current issues on “Nina”

By Tayo Odutola Word Is Bond

Brownsville, NY based rapper  PATH P (Positioned At The Highest Point) makes his first appearance on TWIB with a profound and thought-provoking track titled “Nina.” The title is a reference to the late singer/activist Nina Simone.

Backed by a dark, haunting backdrop, Path P proceeds to speak on the current issues plaguing the black community since time immemorial. He looks at it from a refreshing lens and adds his own 2 cents as he tries to come to terms with the never-ending cycle of racial discrimination, police brutality, and much more. Just like what Simone said many years ago, artists are supposed to reflect the times and Path P is doing just that.

Amidst a global pandemic and the largest Civil Rights Movement in history, PATH P continues to stand committed to speaking to the nature of the times in his music. While under quarantine, PATH has worked on honing his music production skills while staying abreast of the racial and social violence, police brutality & discriminations taking place across the country – a social actuality that is anything but brand new to the U.S. American landscape – which informed the decision to create a new EP, Black 1derland to speak on these issues the best way he knows how: through his artistry. Black 1derland is due out on Friday July 31st, 2020 on all major streaming platforms.

Get it on Apple Music//Tidal//Soundcloud// Bandcamp

 

Keep up with PATH P   | Soundcloud: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram

"Got Milk?" Ad Campaign Returns From Retirement

COVID-19 caused a huge spike in milk sales. In an attempt to maintain this wave, “Got milk?” ads have returned after 6 years of retirement.

The Milk Processor Education Program (MilkPEP) is funding the re-launch of the new campaign, this time with an emphasis on the age of social media.

One of the “Got milk? ads features a Tik Tok video of Olympic gold medalist Katie Ledecky balancing a glass of chocolate milk on her head while swimming. Other clips show internet videos of people using milk in quirky ways including jumping into a pool filled with milk and cereal and removing a milk jug cap with their feet.

got milk ad

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As part of the effort, brands such as Hershey will offer shoppers in-grocery coupons when they purchase milk along with chocolate syrup.

According to Yin Woon Rani, CEO of MilkPEP, social media research shows that positive mentions about milk have increased by 40% this year. “It’s been a really exceptional year,” said Rani in reference to milk sales. “We’re very focused on, ‘How do we sustain that demand?’”

The campaign, likely to run until the end of the year, is designed to cater to consumer desires, especially during this time of crisis. Rani believes that cow’s milk stands for comfort, nutrition, stability and versatility, all things that people are craving now more than ever. 

The organization decided to stick with “Got milk?” after debating other names for the campaign. “Sometimes the answer you’re looking for is right under your nose,” Rani said. She mentioned that the tagline is so well known, even teens who were too young to see the first ads are aware of the phrase.

Do you guys remember the original “Got milk?” ads?

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KiKi Devii fuses rap and dancehall on “Road It Deh”

By Tayo Odutola Word Is Bond

Straight out of Bronx, NY comes KiKi Devii who blends hip-hop and dancehall on her new release titled “Road It Deh.” The track is an upbeat club-esque jam that showcases her go-getter mentality.

From the moment you hit the play button, Devii’s confident demeanor shines through as she delivers her verses with that classic BX swag. She shows that she can hang with the best while being herself. She can be rugged without taking anything away from her natural feminity and that is the beauty of it all.

 

KiKi Devii, an Artiste/ Rapper, hails from the Boogie Down Bronx. The Jamaican-Panamanian Queen creates music that captures her journey as an Afro-bicultural womanist.  KiKi started her rap career after winning the WHCS Radio Rap Competition in 2018.

 

Keep up with KiKi Devii  | Website: Instagram

Trigganomatry – “Hold Up” Ft. Stunna 4 Vegas (Prod. By DJ Nicki Nice)

Florida artist Trigganomatry & Stunna 4 Vegas team-up for the hit single, “Hold Up”, produced by DJ Nicki Nice. With over 300K+ plays since being released a few month ago, this record hasben gaining them more new fans than ever.

Scott Storch Launches "Cannabis For Healing" Rehab Center That Offers Music Courses

He’s a hitmaker who is responsible for helping to create some of our favorite tracks and was even a keyboardist for The Roots, but there was a time when Scott Storch’s personal life placed his accomplishments in the shadows. The megaproducer’s life reportedly shifted in 2006 when he moved to Hollywood, California, and ran through upwards of $30 million in just six months. Other money troubles followed and soon, the multi-millionaire was filing for bankruptcy and in 2009, he checked himself into rehab.

Scott Storch, Rehab, Drug Addiction, Cannabis

Scott Storch has been clean and sober for a decade, ad now he’s paying it forward by launching his own rehabilitation center. The musician made the grand announcement on Instagram where he shared a clip of the ribbon-cutting ceremony. “I spent 8 years addicted to drugs and was able to get sober and rebuild my life. . Now it’s my turn to help save lives with my cannabis for healing rehab @theheavenlycenterofficial 🙏🏻.”

The Heavenly Center is an alcohol and drug rehab center in Studio City, California, and uses a unique model of cannabis as a part of its recovery and healing structure. The center also offers courses in music production, instrumentals, internet and radio broadcasting, light therapy, food as medicine, and much more. He and his business partner Steve Label hope to end the stigma surrounding cannabis use.

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KiKi Devii fuses rap and dancehall on “Road It Deh”

By Tayo Odutola Word Is Bond

Straight out of Bronx, NY comes KiKi Devii who blends hip-hop and dancehall on her new release titled “Road It Deh.” The track is an upbeat club-esque jam that showcases her go-getter mentality.

From the moment you hit the play button, Devii’s confident demeanor shines through as she delivers her verses with that classic BX swag. She shows that she can hang with the best while being herself. She can be rugged without taking anything away from her natural feminity and that is the beauty of it all.

 

KiKi Devii, an Artiste/ Rapper, hails from the Boogie Down Bronx. The Jamaican-Panamanian Queen creates music that captures her journey as an Afro-bicultural womanist.  KiKi started her rap career after winning the WHCS Radio Rap Competition in 2018.

 

Keep up with KiKi Devii  | Website: Instagram

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