Watch French Montana and Swae Lee perform the C.P DUBB produced song “Unforgettable” on Live with Kelly and Ryan.
Congratulations to Cutcraft’s newest signee Prateek Kuhad on winning the International Songwriting Competition in the Folk / Singer-Songwriter group with his song “Oh Love.”
Watch when Latoya Lovell gets to catch up with Rainy Milo about life as a Songstress, Rainy’s new EP, travelling to and from L.A and Pharrell Williams being her 13 year old crush.
Hypebeast/Hypebae premier the brand new video to Rainy Milo‘s song “Swimming on Me” off her brand new EP, I Knew I Had a Heart (Because I Felt It Breaking). Watch the beautifully shot video here and listen to the entire EP here.
Here is the brand new music video for the smash “Unforgettable” (produced by C.P DUBB) from French Montana featuring Swae Lee.
Rainy Milo has released a brand new EP, I Knew I Had A Heart (Because I Felt It Breaking), a prelude to her upcoming sophomore album. Take a listen to the EP in it’s entirety at Apple Music and Spotify below:
*The EP features production from Zeph Ellis, Bunx Dadda, Trackademicks, YoG$, Ke Yanos and others.
Listen to full song here and make sure to watch V Bozeman on Empire, every Wednesday at 9/8c on FOX:
BIA talks to Billboard about her upcoming tour with Ariana Grande, advice from Pharrell, and her collaboration with J Balvin at South by Southwest 2017.
Rainy Milo is featured in the new clothing line and campaign for LONDUNN + MISSGUIDED by Jordan Dunn which dropped today, March 11th. Rainy Milo was hand selected by Jourdan Dunn to be part of her #SQUAD. Read more about the campaign and watch videos introducing the line and the #SQUAD.
Introducing the LONDUNN + MISSGUIDED female collective. These women were handpicked by Jourdan to help bring the campaign to life. These are women with a message, and this is how they are setting their worlds on fire…
Fresh off her performance on The Graham Norton Show, Izzy Bizu releases her brand new music video for “Talking To You.”
Bostonian bi-racial Boricua emcee BIA has been behind the scenes finessing her lyricism towards mainstream airwaves for years. Her hunger initially shined through on the Oxygen series, Sisterhood of Hip Hop. However, her moment did not come until much later on the 17 Annual Latin Grammys stage. The slim figured rapper’s heavy showmanship came out swinging as fiercely as her wavy hair extensions. Alongside her I AM OTHER cosign Pharrell, and the beloved J Balvin, the Latino community was forced to become acquainted.
The streets are buzzing about the release of her hardcore meets fashion-forward project Trap Vogue.But BIA has been profound from the start and it resonates now more than ever. At the top of 2016, she teamed up with super-producer Bunx Dadda and rapped, “If Gucci’s coming home then we don’t need no Donald Trump.” Today she reflects on her premonition stating she feels “disappointed but not defeated. The youth needs to know this is what it is right now, but this is not what it will be forever.”
In 2017, progressiveness is her only focus – after having explored Puerto Rico and much of South America for the first time. BIA feels connected to her culture like never before. With well-over 300 million impressions on the “Safari” video, she is taking her music a step further. The rapper is learning Spanish and channeling one of her idols, Ivy Queen – for her upcoming genre-merging Spanish project. Already halfway through the mixtape, BIA says she’s excited and pushing her sound where she never thought she would go. This year she is taking it global and we’re equally enthusiastic to hear more.