[Video] EC Twins Share Their Touching Story In Homeless To Headliners

The EC Twins have been through some hardships to get where they are today. Usually what you see from artists is them painting their perfect lifestyle all over social media, but that’s not the case and it certainly wasn’t that glamorous before they blew up most often times.

In a short documentary, EC Twins highlight their rise from being homeless. Their aptly named piece, Homeless To Headliners, breaks the mold of perfection that most artists portray. It’s nice to see people stepping out to inspire others. Check out the video below, and if you’re someone trying to attain your dreams through hardship, it can be done. This is just one of many stories!

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[Music Video] Bombs Away – Like You (feat. Elle Vee)

Soon enough Bombs Away will be releasing their debut album. Luckily, we’re not just going to tease you with that information and leave it at that. Instead we’ll share with you their collaborative single “Like You” that was created alongside Elle Vee, as well as the music video.

For anybody who likes art and fashion, this will be right up your alley. Even if that’s not your main cup of tea, the video is quite striking and the song is incredible. Together they make for an experience you don’t want to miss. By the end of it things get a bit crazy, which makes it all the more fun to watch. Check out the video below and get your copy of “Like You” today.

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[Electronic] CVBZ – Be Somebody

Be Somebody

CVBZ continues his push to the top with his latest single “Be Somebody” that dropped on the first of the month. With it he expands on his electronic crossover sound that has some serious potential in the greater music scene. Dance music’s being tackled, but that alone simply won’t cut it for CVBZ.

The Los Angeles creator had some fun with this one as its sound just oozes with positive emotions. As far as “vibes” go, this has got all the right things going for it. “Be Somebody” is no doubt a great Summer track, but it will certainly be a bright light for us to bask in as the seasons shift and we enter into Fall. Big things are coming for CVBZ, so stay tuned for more work from him soon. In the meantime grab a copy of “Be Somebody” from iTunes today.

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[Electronic] What So Not feat. LPX – Better

“Better” is more than just a song from What So Not and LPX. It was created to inspire, to pull people out from any dark place they might find themselves in. After listening, it certainly catalyzes a feeling of awe and motivation.

It’s not one of those inspiring tracks that tries to be overly upbeat. Instead its honest with its intent, building a complex soundscape that portrays each emotion involved. Both the dark and light are brought together in a powerful record that happens to be What So Not’s first original release in 2017. It’s nice to hear him back in action putting out great work and we hope more comes soon. For those of you who want “Better” you can get a copy from digital platforms today.

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Martin Luke Brown – Opalite [TMN PREMIERE]

In all honesty, it’s been a while since I’ve reviewed something. I’ve been in a weird spot musically, combing back through albums from my youth, unimpressed with a lot of recently released work. While I’m sure you give a proper shit about what I’ve been listening to, you should know that Martin Luke Brown broke me out of that spell.

“Opalite,” his second single on Manchester indie label LAB Records, is a slightly more pop-forward track than his last release, “Into Yellow.” However, as much as it delves into something you might catch on the radio or a commercial for a trendy brand, it still maintains a rugged, real, and intrepid personality. That’s mostly thanks in part to MLB’s gritty, yet still wonderfully, soulful voice which immidiately grabs you.

‘Opalite’ as a song began with this hypnotic little drum loop and the words just came out. I write placeholder lyrics all the time and then chip away at them until they’re complete but I pretty much stuck with what rolled on ‘Opalite’. It just felt right. It’s about finding hope in something and not wanting to let it go. Whether you find that hope in superstition or religion or love. Whatever really

Gorgeous vocals aside, there is plenty of instrumental intrigue that will have you nodding in approval. I can personally attest to this and would like to offer a wholesome thank you. MLB, you’re talents have broken this old musical curmudgeon out of gridlock. I’m now flying down the highway, jamming to “Opalite,” grinning ear-to-ear.

Make sure to check out Martin Luke Brown’s work beyond “Opalite,” as it’s simply brilliant. I’ve included “Into Yellow” below, because I just couldn’t help myself. It’s that good.

’Into Yellow’

Artwork Credit: Bjorn Franklin

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[Music Video] Mistah F.A.B. – Champagne & Cookies

Back in May, the Bay Area legend Mistah F.A.B. released his album Stan Pablo: 4506. The last song on the LP, “Champagne & Cookies” has now, just a few months later, received a dope music video. Mistah F.A.B. keeps things simple and tasteful with this visual adaptation.

“Champagne & Cookies” as a track oozes the cool confidence that its creator exudes. It’s no doubt such a strong record comes from one of the most iconic figures in rap. In regards to the video, it follows Mistah F.A.B. through several scenes, including one with a cameo from the one and only Sway. Give the video a peep and make sure to grab the album from iTunes if you have not yet.

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[Future] BRKLYN feat. Jocelyn Alice – I’m On Somethin’

BRKLYN feat. Jocelyn Alice
I'm On Somethin' [OUT NOW]

Enhanced Music dropped a heater from BRKLYN and Jocelyn Alice called “I’m On Somethin'” recently. It’s interesting upbeat sound just might make you feel like you actually are on something. It’s that good.

The intoxicating sound will fill your soul with positive energy that you release through some (hopefully) wicked dance moves. This pop meets electronic crossover track is not your typical when it comes to producers honing in on the pop world. Whether they did it purposefully or not, the result was a great song that lovers of both genres can enjoy. Vibrant, lively and oh so sweet, “I’m On Somethin” will close out Summer with just the right vibe. Get your copy of the single today.

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