Archive for the ‘New Orleans’ Category

(NEW HEAT) “Only Human” – Partners-N-Crime ft. Ha Sizzle

Monday, June 4th, 2018

New Orleans, Louisiana has long been home to entertainment giants, but probably none are more iconic or legendary than Partners-N-Crime (PNC), who just released their new single entitled “Only Human”, featuring New Orleans bounce standout Ha Sizzle. The track is produced by KC.

PNC is celebrating its 25th year in existence and is one of the most well-known musical acts to ever come out of New Orleans, Louisiana. Their catalogue is one of the most extensive out of Southern Hip Hop and Bounce acts, not to mention various songwriting credits. “Only Human” is available for download and streaming everywhere music is sold.

Follow on Twitter: @MrMeana @pncofficial @LegendaryPNC @HaSizzleKing @KCDAPRODUCER

(NEW HEAT) BTY YoungN ft. Kango Slimm of PNC – “BTY YoungN Mama” (VIDEO)

Monday, May 14th, 2018

Just in time for Mother’s Day, the visuals for “BTY YoungN Mama” were released. By all accounts, the song was one that was close to the heart of the late, great BTY YoungN.

There probably was no fact about the artist/songwriter that was better known, than of the love he had for his mother. A lot of broken hearts were left behind when BTY YoungN’s life was taken, but fortunately, he left behind a lot of his unreleased art, including this special video featuring Kango Slimm of the legendary group, Partners-N-Crime.

Dappa Releases New Single “Can’t Let Geaux”

Friday, May 4th, 2018

It’s second quarter in the music industry and spring time seems to be the season for fresh new releases. The city of New Orleans continues to heat up and does not appear to be cooling down anytime soon.

The Heat Magazine wanted our readers to be the first to know about Dappa’s new release “Can’t Let Geaux”. Groovy and nostalgic music accompanied by wordplay and catchy vocals defines Dappa’s latest installment. The songwriter has been busy working on his new album and he promises to do his part this summer as an artist and representative from the Big Easy. “I don’t know why other artists do it but I am trying to create 25 jobs by next summer,” said Dappa.

Hear the new single here:

Find out more at yaboydappa.com and follow Dappa on Instagram @yaboydappa

 

(NEW HEAT) Rula – “Memory Lane” (TRIBUTE TO BTY YOUNGN)

Tuesday, May 1st, 2018

The loss of BTY YoungN is still being felt around the entertainment world. It has been one year since the vibrant, full of life artist was tragically murdered in his hometown of New Orleans, Louisiana. BTY YoungN was a budding, rising superstar, to say the least. His first cousin Rula just released to the visuals to his song “Memory Lane”, available on You Tube. The track is produced by the young genius, Super Producer Blaq-N-Mild.

“Memory Lane” is a heartfelt, touching single with visuals that display some of YoungN’s last moments caught on camera, in the months leading up to his death.

Follow Rula, Team Squared (his management team), and producer on Instagram:

@1Rula @ChuckJerome @MrMeana @BlaqNMild

For interviews and media inquiries, contact Publicist Arlene Culpepper of MIKODreamz PR (@hurricanearlene) via email at MIKODreamzPR@gmail.com.

(NEW HEAT) J Lyric – “Wake Up Mr. West” (VIDEO)

Tuesday, May 1st, 2018

New Orleans artist/activist J Lyric is no stranger to controversy when it comes to marring politics with his music. He’s well-known for his political stance, as can be seen from his Twitter and Instagram posts. His most recent offering is a single entitled “Dear Mr. West”, when he calls out Kanye West on his recent seemingly change of position on politics, particularly his siding with President Donald Trump – something that most who wish to see social change would never do.

The visuals for “Dear Mr. West” clearly demonstrate what was on J Lyric’s heart when he penned the lyrics to the song. It is a most important video in this political climate, amid racial turmoil across the U.S. The single is available for download and streaming on all digital platforms.

Follow J Lyric on social media:

Twitter @JASONLYRIC

Instagram @jlyric504_

For interviews and media inquiries, please contact Publicist Arlene Culpepper of MIKODreamz PR via email at MIKODreamzPR@gmail.com.

ARTIST 101: Perry G, a “new” New Orleans sensation

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018


We’re kicking off our first “Artist 101” of 2018 with a very special artist/songwriter/businessman/family man (probably his favorite role, if he had to pick one!) from New Orleans, Louisiana who goes by the name of Perry G. While Perry G is fairly new to the music scene, he has been working for a while name to make a name for himself – and he’s doing just that. Learn more about Perry G below!

Stage Name: Perry G

Where you’re from: New Orleans, Louisiana (Algiers, to be exact)

Musical Influences: Old School New Orleans music, Old School music in general, Rich Homie Quan, Kevin Gates, T-Pain, and Drake

Production Influences: Zaytoven, Nard & B, Aha Gazelle, Mannie Fresh, London On The Track, and Metro Boomin

Favorite Food: Grilled Foods and Hibachi, Steak, Salmon, Gumbo, and Jambalaya

Favorite Shoes: Red Bottoms, Bally Animals, Versace, Gucci, and Nike

If you could be endorsed by any brand, what would it be and why? Nike because I’ll enjoy designing my own shoe and telling a story though the design of the shoe

Favorite Song: “Psycho” – Post Malone (at the moment)

Favorite Artist: I have several favorites but if i had to pick one…. Kevin Gates at the moment

What’s in your playlist right now? Rich Homie Quan’s new album “Rich As In Spirit”, Trilliam 3” – Aha Gazelle, “Get A Load of Me” – 1kphew, “400 Degreez” – Juvenile, and “Ball” – Perry G & Perry G Ball

If you won 10 million dollars, what would you do with it? I’d put my family in the best place possible, put the team on, give away $1,000,000 to the needy, create jobs, start my own production company, and buy land.

Instagram: @OfficialPerryG

Twitter: @OfficialPerryG

Heat Exclusive: An In-Depth Interview with B Assasson

Wednesday, March 21st, 2018

Raw talent, determination, positive energy, and resilience are key attributes needed in order to achieve any goal. When it comes to the ebb and flow of being in the music industry, the average artist can either be cliche or extraordinary. The Heat Magazine had a chance to chop it up with an artist who manifests necessary qualities of creatives who evolve into impactful icons. His moniker is B Assasson but there’s more to him than emceeing at a high level.

The Heat Magazine: How long have you been a professional artist?

B Assasson: 14 years minus the earlier preparation.

The Heat Magazine: Tell us about your new release.

B Assasson: My latest release is titled 2 Much Sauce and it features Shorty. Produced by Metro Boomin and DJ Swift. It’s an absolute hit, and will be huge for New Orleans and my city (Westwego). Having Metro boomin’ as the producer speaks for itself. Good look for Nola.  My other single is You Might Be and it features J Lyric and singer Chris Kemson.

The Heat Magazine: What do you think makes your style unique?

B Assasson: I don’t believe I actually have a style. I can do it all and be great at it. I’ve had quite a few hit singles and they all had their own presence of sound. I’m unique in that way.

The Heat Magazine: What advice would you give to an upcoming artist?

B Assasson: Believe in your craft, find your target audience, and stay consistent. There’s no wrong way on your personal path.

The Heat Magazine: What artists inspire you?

B Assasson: 2Pac and Jay-Z.

The Heat Magazine: What’s your favorite New Orleans dish?

B Assasson: Haha…Gumbo, and boiled shrimp.

The Heat Magazine: How do you maintain a family life with such a tedious schedule as an artist?

B Assasson: It’s tough. The main thing is support from your family. It’s a team thing. Understanding our positions is everything. It won’t work if you don’t have that as a unit. They understand that I have a legit shot at being an all time great. So they let me be, and I understand that there’s times in which I must also give them my all.

The Heat Magazine: What can your fans and our readers expect from you in the near future?

B Assasson: “Hustle Westbrook” which is my 4th Mixtape is set to drop this year. That will be hosted by the Great DJ Ice Mike 1200. Basically Elevation as time continues in general. Singles and videos and singles and videos 10 times over. Also be on the look out for a song that me, Denisia, and Terrell Phillips from Blackstreet will release this year titled “Take it Slow.” It has a Grammy award winning sound. It’s a timeless record. I’ve also started my own label (Chuuch Muzic Inc.) and have a couple of secret weapons to help expand the brand name. Which is my artist Young Heff and Chris Kemson. Heff is a very unique artist, and Kemson is a singer.

The Heat Magazine: What do you dislike most about the music Industry?

B Assasson: The disrespect for the bricklayers, The disrespect for the history, and the lack of authenticity. Hip Hop has evolved into artist and the lack of content in their lyrics. I mean, it’s ok to have those records if they form into a hit, but records with impact are frowned upon or it tends to go past the listener if it’s not catchy or melodically enhanced enough. It’s at a low in my opinion.

The Heat Magazine: Tell us about some of your achievements.

B Assasson: I won a National contest back in 2012 on MTV’s Ourstage.com sponsored by coors light for A song called “Tell The DJ…that’s my shi*.” I actually beat out former superstar Trinidad James as I logged in 2,228,061 total votes from the nation. The next most votes were 700K by Trinidad James. Others are my 2 nominations at the 2015 and 2016 Nola music award nominations for best mixtape which was titled “THE ALPHA,” (2015) and best video for my first single titled “BANGIN’ (Potz ‘N’ Panz) (2016). My first ever single was Produced by Mannie fresh titled “Sucka Free,” and working with Blackstreet’s Terrell Phillips. It’s so much more!

The Heat Magazine: Your mother is a truly supportive advocate in your career. Tell us about your unique relationship in music?

B Assasson: My mother is my biggest critic. Believe it or not, she isn’t a YES MOM. She wants what’s best for me and supports my dreams moreso than any other person could ever. If she feels I’m procrastinating, she gives me attitude. If she doesn’t like a song, she lets me know. She’s like my best friend. She’s always had my back, front, and sides in the music industry from the beginning. She is the GOAT man. She believes I will someday be the greatest and displays it regularly by making sure I never give up on my dreams and letting me know she’s my biggest fan by not treating and judging my music as a biased listener/Mom because of her position. Her love for me pertaining my music is as authentic as you will find.

Listen to the new singles here:

Follow B Assasson on Instagram @b_assassoncg

http://instagram.com/b_assassoncg

Heat Exclusive: International Jones Laces The World With “Player Chit” Mixtape

Monday, March 12th, 2018

It’s not too often aficionados of hip hop become consistently engaged with extremely versatile artists. To be an aesthetic and remain intriguing has become sort of a lost art but International Jones also known as Fiend has delivered an archetypical example for the masses to enjoy.

His latest installment “Player Chit” correlates with his alter ego “International Jones” while it provides fans smooth grooves, compelling lyrics, and an unmatched raspy voice.

The Heat Magazine wanted to share this soulful and succinct project with our readers. The talented rapper and dynamic songwriter transcends on this project.

Be sure to follow International Jones on Instagram @504Fiend.

Enjoy the full unique body of work here:

https://mobile.datpiff.com/mixtape/888346

The Heat Magazine will keep our readers informed on tour dates and International Jones’ latest developments

(NEW HEAT) J Lyric ft. Kyyngg – “Get Together”

Friday, March 9th, 2018

Twitter @JASONLYRIC @KYYNGGSLIME

Instagram @JLyric504_ @KYYNGG

Veteran music artist J Lyric and Hip Hop’s bad boy Kyyngg come together on this track entitled “Get Together”. The song has a definite 504 to the 404 sound and is available everywhere music is sold or streamed. J Lyric is polished to perfection and Kyyngg is as raw as they come, yet the duo makes for a great lyrical combination.

Video will be filmed in the near future in ATL and is sure to be as dope as the track itself.

Soundcloud Link: https://soundcloud.com/jasonlyric/a-get-together-ft-kynngg

JAYARSON – “Bars With JAYARSON”, Part Uno (Promo Visual)

Tuesday, March 6th, 2018

New Orleans super rapper JAYARSON has begun dropping his “Bars With JAYARSON”, a series of promo visuals designed to showcase his dopeness and raw talent. Stay tuned – 2018 is going to be a banner year for the force known as JAYARSON.

Follow @_jayarson on Twitter and Instagram.