The Rooks are an indie-soul sextet just funky enough to make your mother nervous. They released their debut EP, “Something You Can Take” in June of 2013 to a sold out crowd at Pianos and return to the Lower East Side club in January for a month-long residency.
Apollo Brown releases the first official visual from his latest album, Thirty Eight, once again linking up with New York mercenary Roc Marciano for “Lonely And Cold.” With the sharpest of eyes and the frostbitten wit of a Polo clad hustler slanging in the dead of winter, Marciano delivers his best verses in recent memory, his vivid narratives perfectly suited for Brown’s soulful production.
Alex Jacke is back with a new joint– and this time he is revealing to listeners an even more exposed and introspective vibe– His new record “Apart,” mixes the innovative brand on R&B he and executive producer Laney Stewart have refined with honest lyrics and intoxicating melodies. “Apart” is the first of a series of distinct, yet undeniably seductive singles that AJ plans on releasing over the next few months.
Following the releases of his debut 2013 EPBad Decisions, Honest Intentions, which was named one of 2DopeBoyz’ ‘Top EPs of 2013′, and his 2014 EP SMPLCTY which was released this passed March, Shreveport, L.A. artist Christian Deshun is working on a new mixtape, but still has the same vision. Serving as the first release off his forthcoming project, the storytelling rapper takes his talents to the streets of L.A. with his newest single, “Thiiird.Coast.Poet”.