Phil Joseph, born in Birmingham, England has had a lifelong deep interest in music and over 25 years experience in the music industry.
Having released an album in 1995, entitled ‘Heartbreaker’, Phil has proved popular in Europe gaining regular airplay in Belgium, Spain, France and Germany. One track from the album, a cover of the Nat King Cole classic ‘Unforgettable’, and a personal favourite of Phil’s, has been reworked and remixed in 1999 and is currently generating plenty of interest and positive feedback from radio stations and local press in Germany and Spain.
Over the past few years, he has worked with artists including Pato Banton, Steel Pulse and Bashara.
This follows an already popular release of Phil’s version of Patsy Cline’s ‘He’s Got You (She’s Got You)’, which was a real ground breaker for Phil in the European market.
To further illustrate his extensive involvement in music, Phil is currently performing in Clubs throughout the UK and also abroad.
Phil Joseph’s music styles are soul, motown, hip hop, and reggae.
Phil Joseph:- singer, songwriter and performer from a very early age. I started my recording career in the late 70’s with Tony Owens, who was at that time managing Musical Youth. I love soul, reggae, and dance music of most types and of course my hero Nat King Cole.
You can find my five solo albums and countless singles available for sale or download here within my website. I am presently recording a new album. It includes some of my favourite songs of all time. I left some previews for you to listen to. I average around 120 shows a year and would love to see you there. I am always available for gigs and would be interested in working with artists in any genre.
J-Matic” an aspiring Bimusical Artist (Hip Hop/Afro Beats/Reggae). His love for rap music, poetry, fueled him to make music and entertain through different musical systems, and making expressive sense of all.
currently gearing up to release his first EP ” Bimusical Experiment”, a mix of hip hop, AfroBeats, and Dancehall. The EP is a feel good type of vibe that touches on current relationship scenarios.
“Poppin” by Creative Mike The Rapper is a rap track that is socially conscious. This song elucidates the societal ills that are ravaging the communities, especially the black communities. It brings to fore, sensitive subjects like gun violence, emancipation or racial freedom, equity, justice and fairness, religious extremism and political bigotry, alcoholism, excessive sexual perverseness among men and women and every ill “poppin” up.
Talking about this through his song, probably might change the way his society thinks. In the song, he also expresses the disappointment of his father being locked up and not being able to secure his freedom despite his prayers and his hope for a better world for his daughter. He equally lamented on some of the personal issues he is faced with as a black man.
His beats are nicely and uniquely crafted and effectively backs up the organ or other instruments of the pipe division and the electric bass. They reverberate in the minds as you ponder on the same issues opined in his lyrics. He was able to execute rhyming schemes at stretched intervals in simplistic approach while passing his message across. This preserves the essence of his lyrical content. He is also creative in his delivery, realizing when to take in a deep breathe, when to pause and when to augment his flow. His transitions are suave while maintaining a regular vocal key. This is a very nice work and a disc Jockey’s delight. Creative Mike the rapper deserves all the accolade that come his way.
Click on this link below to listen to Creative Mikes Creativeness
My soul simply left my body after listening to 30 seconds of “Simper” by “Kai Love”. This is the true definition of Rythmn and Blues with a touch of soul.
I could hear Maxwell, Erykah Badu, and Jill Scott all in one track. Kai really did justice to this track. It sounds like something the angels would listen to during their after hours after performing their heavenly duties up there in the sky. Yes! it is that good! Simply out of this world.
Kai Love is a singer, songwriter, poet, actress, podcaster, small business owner among others. She leaves audience awed with her delivery and style of spoken word poetry, interpretive dance, music and comedy. Kai Love is a hybrid of Erika badoo and Jill Scot. Simper, is the first single from her upcoming album, Curl pattern. Simper talks about one of the most underrated and underestimated subject.
The subject in focus is the powerful role smile plays in real life experience. Smile is the key you need to pull through, in the face of insecurity, adversary, life’s challenges, sorrows, tribulations, trepidations and fears. Being armed with a smile and putting smiles on people’s faces is the panacea and the positive vibe needed to stand tall in the face of all these, as depicted in the following lines“Burdened from life’s responsibilities
You can’t give up now Keep pushing toward betterment It will work out someway somehow Your smile is your lucky charm Spread joy through the streets”
From: CA, United States Genre:Hip Hop/Rap, RAP JOHNDOE KHALIFA is not your average artist. Although his sound is rooted in the rap genre, his music is completely free, he allows different ideas and influences to inspire his eclectic work. Born in Dallas, but raised in LA, Johndoe Khalifa makes music that is striking for its outstanding melodies, punchy grooves and gripping lyrics. His lyrical flow is absolutely outstanding, and his voice is seamless and organic, combining his great musical background with unprecedented charisma and a distinctive vocal approach that echoing the work of influencers as diverse as 2pac Shakur, Biggie Smalls or Nas, among others. With his groundbreaking blend of sound, Johndoe Khalifa is really able to seamlessly bridge the divide between great old school hip-hop and punchy modern ideas, making for a really unique approach.
He has accomplished so much in his career, including getting a slot on Snoop Dogg & DJ 2High’s West Coast Gangsta Shit vol.3, featuring legendary artists such as 2PAC, Snoop Dogg, DPG, Dra$tic, E-40, The Game, and many more. He has also been worked with many other talented artists on the scene, including Rich Boy, Krazy Bone,C- BO, Goldie-locc, Butch Cassidy, Bad Azz,The Realest, P. Smurf of Brick Squad Monopoly The Company,Eastwood & No-Limit records,Tracy Robinson,The Outlawz, Silky Fine, only to mention a few. Don’t miss out on Johndoe Khalifa’s new mixtape and album, which are about to drop soon!n 2008 I got my first slot on Snoop Dogg & DJ 2High’s West Coast Gangsta Shit vol.3 featuring artist such ass 2PAC,SNOOP,DPG, Dra$tic,E-40,THE GAME and many more. I personally work with such artist as Rich Boy, Krazy Bone,C- BO, Goldie-locc, Butch Cassidy, Bad Azz,The Realest, P. Smurf of Brick Squad Monopoly The Company,Eastwood & No-Limit records,Tracy Robinson,The Outlawz, Silky Fine and more. Developed by the Greatest Legends in hip hop history which leaves Johndoe Khalifah in the making of his his prime and up coming music career that comes with explosive lyrics and astonishing metaphors explaining and picking up were the legends of Hip Hop and R&B left off. This year will be Johndoe Khalifah’s Album debut ”MY TURN” currently CEO of Khalifa Outlaw Music. Also since i have been working independently i will be helping our New artist as well such as YYKKES [Chronic 2001], GANGSTA OHIO, R&B SINGER KY Khalifah.
The official music video for the 2019 single “Cannot Listen” (Fake Friend Diss) by The Don Kap. The Don raps about how he no longer listens to fake people. The banging single “Cannot Listen” was written directly after he dumped a 25 year-long best friend.
The friend was jealous, selfish, continuously trying to bring him down, playing ego games, and not rooting for the don. We got a chance to do a one on one interview with “The Don Kap” and here is what he had to say:
Can you please tell our readers your real name as well as your stage name?
A: Ethan Zvi Kaplan (Filmmaker Name) and The Don Kap (Artist name)
Q:Tell us more about ur stage name How come about that name
A: My last name is Kaplan and I’m a Don, therefore The Don Kap
Q: Where are you from and Where are you based?
A: North Bronx, based here.
Q: At What age did you start making music?
A: 14 years old on a window laptop before app store on a basic voice record app
Q: What genre of music do you love? Or what genre would you consider yourself?
A: Soft House, Reggaeton, Trap, and Arabic Lounge
Q: Tell us about your latest track or Video ( what is it all about)–Please explain the concept or message
A: Cannot Listen (Fake Friend Diss) SINGLE Music Video is a song I wrote after expelling a “best friend” of 25 years from my life. As I rose he became Jealous of me and began to try and “one up” me, play ego games with me, and overall be fake as hell.
Q: Who wrote it?
A: Mwa, El Don Kapitan
Q: What inspired you to write this track
A: My Fake ex-best friend. That prick.
Q: Where do you get your musical inspiration?
A: Revenge stories
Q: If you were given a chance, which Artist would you love to perform with?
Q: Where can fans find you? List all your social media links
The minute you hear Kasani Es, you will think you are listening to “Tiger” . You definitely dont wanna sleep on this rising star cos he truly got next to blow. This American rapper and Hip Hop recording artist out of San Francisco is definitely worth listening to. Infact he should be on the 2019 XXL Freshman’s class.
Living in the Bayview District where its notorious for its crime, Kasani would rap in his neighborhood to childhood friends. He began rapping at the age of 14 as entertainment and decided to pursue a career in music after high school.
Now After dropping his hit “Henn&Juice” feat PriDotMoe, Kasani plans to take the game even further. With the new hit single “Spose To” produced by trapanese is about to explode.
He definitely has star quality. His flow and style smell and look like stardom. Watch out for this cat cos the sky is the limit for him and he definitely got next to blow.
He is from Philly, he started making music at the tender age of 15, he gets his inspiration from producers like Diddy, Dr Dre, and Quincy Jones. He is definitely on the right track and you cant afford to sleep on Chrys No I (pronounced Chris No eye).
He just released a new hit and when you listen to the lyrics of “without me”, you cant help but to think that the Artist, Chrys No I(pronounced no eye), is actually talking to a past lover or friend who has forgotten how he helped them get up in life.
When you watch the video, you see him singing with so much emotion that we fail to see the acting in the video. Most videos are acted out and have different scenes with different people but the entire video was focused on him and you can tell that he was taking this really personal.
But on the other hand, he is an artist so he could have also been acting. Either way, two thumbs up to Chrys for this wonderful video and music. check out the video below
For those of you who don’t know Chrys No I (pronounced Chris no eye), he is an American record producer, songwriter, and entrepreneur from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In October 2016, he founded May One Six, which is a recording and entertainment company. On November 26, 2018, Chrys released a hit single entitled “Dream Of” (read more here) which he self-produced and performed.
And now he is back again with another hit entitled “without me”. You can find his music by clicking on this link and you can connect with Chrys by clicking on the social media links below.
Although he says he would like to someday perform with the likes of Jay z and J Cole, Otis is steady working hard to rightfully take his place as the next big thing in the Hip hop scene.
While living in Las Vegas, Otis dropped the Album entitled “Decatur Blvd”. This album also has two music videos on youtube – Season and Congratulations.
Otis started making music when he was 13 yrs old and gets his musical inspiration from his brother Dwayne.
When we asked me what inspired him to write the Album, He replied saying ” Sin City; The light, The Parties, The Feeling”.
Watch out for this Virginia native cos not only does he know how to write his own music but he sure knows how to razzle and dazzle you.
“They got you thinking that you woke up but you still dead in your sin” is part of the lyrics from this new track from “J The Producer” entitled “Them Boyz Lying”.
J The Producer was an ex member of the Black Israelite camp called Israel United in Christ (IUIC) and in this song he simply comes out to tell his part of the story concerning the message that IUIC is preaching to people.
Just take a listen to the lyrics of the track and you will hear what he has to say.
Topafric Music Video got a chance to do a one on one with this talented artist and here is what he had to say below.
Q: Can you please tell our readers your real name as well as your stage name? A: My real name is Gerren Shider, but I go by J The Producer.
Q: Where are you from and Where were you based? A: I’m from the United States of America in the state of Texas.
Q: At What age did you start making music? A: I started making music at the tender age of 8 years old.
Q: What genre of music do you love? Or what genre would you consider yourself? (e.g- Rock? Blues? Hip-Hop? RnB?) A: Im mainly a R&B guy but I love all genres and draw inspiration from many places and merge it with my R&B vocal style.
Q: Tell us about your latest track or Video ( what is it all about) A: Well I am a ex member of the Black Hebrew Israelite school known as Israel United In Christ, which is a part of the bigger Black Hebrew Israelite Movement that is prevalent in the United States as well as gaining much ground across seas.
The Them Boyz Lyin’ Music Video that was recently released is part of a bigger project known as the “Black Hebrew Israelite Project Documentary” that was Produced by me and some other Christian brothers to warn people about the dangers of the Black Hebrew Israelite movement doctrines that have destroyed many families and lives.
The Message behind the song is to not only warn people of some of the doctrinal dangers of the movement itself, but also draw out the truth of the bible to direct the listener to who the bible is really about which is Jesus (or Yeshua) of Nazareth, God manifested in the Flesh, who is The Savior of both Jews and Gentiles for there is no distinction.
ALL those that believe on him will not be ashamed. I do even in more depth explaining things that we speak about in the music video on youtube via my Christian apologetics page under the name “Brotha J”.
Q: Who wrote it? A:. I produced the song and wrote the hook, bridge, and 3rd verse. I recruited to fellow Christian rappers Darnell Parks (1st Verse) and Kris “KDUB” Williams (2nd verse), who then wrote their verses based off of the things I wanted them to bring out.
Q: What inspired you to write this new track? A: My experience in the blackHebrew Israelite movement, the countless conversations I have been having with those that feel stuck in the movement and those that have come out and experienced even worser things than I did inspired me to write this song and produce a music video and documentary around it.
Q: Where do you get your musical inspiration? A: I draw inspiration from many musicians and different artists with unique styles and writing styles like The Temptations, The Whispers, Rodney Jerkins, Warryn Campbell, Ryan Leslie, Teddy Riley, R Kelly, and my own experiences just to name a few.
Q: If you were given a chance, which Artist would you love to perform with? A: Thats a very good question. I don’t know. lol
Q: Where can fans find you? List all your social media links