Zolo & Tory Lanez Deliver The Island Vibes On “Need Somebody”

Born in London, and raised between New York and Toronto, Zolo grew up saturated in sound courtesy of his music-loving Jamaican parents. In 2016 he dropped his debut project Mindless Thoughts and never looked back.

Today MASS APPEAL premieres the video for “Need Somebody,” a track from his forthcoming Tigers & Clouds EP, featuring New Toronto crooner Tory Lanez. “The concept of the video is about me seeing another girl while I’m with my girl but because I’m greedy I want her too. but the grass isn’t always greener on the other side.”

Jandro X Malik Swift – You Switched Up

New Mexico is the next wave, and these two young guns are going to be the leaders of the tsunami that is to come! With their first single together Jandro and Malik Swift collaborate on a up beat, energetic, wild vibe titled “You Switched Up”. In this video the two are being offered deals from what seem to be “Mayor Labels” who are suggesting they need change everything about themselves that makes them unique in exchange for a record deal! Their reaction says it all as the two decline with a “f*ck you” attitude!

 

Rasta Papi Hits Us With “Why You Hate Lil Bruh” Visual

Born in Brooklyn, NY, but raise in Atlanta, GA, Rasta Papi is a multi-talented artist/producer/engineer. Notching production and engineering credits for the likes of Hustle Gang, MMG, FreeBandz, 6black, and Blac Youngsta, Rasta is ready to establish himself behind the mic and in front of the silver screen. With his stock rising, especially after the release of his collaboration with Blac Youngsta (watch “Hold Me Down” here), Papi unveils his new visual for “Why You Hate Lil Bruh.” Taking care of the production himself, Rasta Papi flexes over his personally-tailored instrumental as he rises above the haters and defiantly dismisses the naysayers.

Young Money Recording Artist Jay Jones Drops New Video For “Jump Back”

As promised, Jay Jones delivers the official music video for his new single “Jump Back” directed by Cinemadona & Izzo. The Young Money artist is gearing up for the release of his 2000 Hollygrove mixtape, due out November 17th.

Jay Jones is one of the most prolific artist of his time. In fact, he is one of the most charismatic and well-rounded lyricists in the game. Jones’ hard work and dedication to his craft of being an artist and focused on music has put him on the radar of rap legends. Jones is said to be Lil Wayne’s prodigy. Coming out of Hollygrove (New Orleans, Louisiana), rap’s mecca of unique talent, Jay Jones’ roots are planted and stretched far enough to make a mark on the entertainment world for years.

“Was putting the song list together for the 2000 Hollygrove mixtape. The whole time I was thinking about what this means for me, my family, my city, my neighborhood. Thought about some of my conversations with Wayne about the music we creating and then I got a excited, I got hype. I jumped up hit the studio and “Jumpback” flowed. “Jumpback” is the anthem for anyone putting in that work, trying to make history with whatever you do….just doing it…make it happen.”