REBAL HUE is days away of the release of it’s our 1st EVER Editorial Issue. What better to kick things off is with our annual Editor’s
Playlist. This season’s Playlist has artist such as Chicago own Mic Terror, Towkio, and Reeseynem. But the doesn’t stop there Ari Lennox and VanJess make an appearance as well representing the R&B side of things. You can pre-order your copy and will receive a FREEREBAL HUE T-Shirt while supplies last!
At REBAL HUE, we are about making the current world of fashion accessible, while keeping our gaze in the future towards the music artists of our generation. REBAL HUE is proud to present our it 6th issue. This is yet another very special by coastal issue where Chicago meets DC, and our 1st EVER Editorial Issue. You will read and watch music interviews with
our Artist On The Rise Rahiem Supreme and S&C Mally. Along with seeing a full editorial spread on the latest Fall/Winter trends, with our guest stylists Kiara Quick and Michelle Wright. REBAL HUE Magazine’s Vol.6 will releasing on October 23th. You can pre-order your copy and will receive a FREEREBAL HUE T-Shirt while supplies last!
Pushing his versatility, ear for production, and lyricism in his direction. REBAL HUE’s creative director and head editor Asia J meets Landover, MD rapper Kae-9 for a Q&A.
With this year’s early release of Kae-9 latest single Hol’ Up (The Paradigm) there is a greater range of flows explored, a greater range of tones discovered, and a sharper focus throughout the song. When asked to describe his musical style, Kae-9 said “it’s a bit of conscious [rap].” He didn’t want to commit into
saying the music he creates is street music because he doesn’t rap much about the streets. One thing that stood out in response to this question was Kae-9 saying “I like to say something that means something. I ‘don’t like to waste words.” That is an important to admire from an artist. Kae-9 grew up with a musical background gifted by his estranged father’s side of the family such as grandfather playing in a band, his aunt that sings R&B and including his grandmother keeping him the church growing up. Creating music and being apart of music has been a natural environment for him. Check-out this exclusive interview below.
The D.C. native returns with another EP –Tha Stash
After absorbing the fractured sides of Washington, DC in his youth, rapper S&C Mally aims to blur binaries.
He definitely doesn’t come short in his latest EP- Tha Stash, with six tracks. His war stories are recalled from the lap of luxury, but he’s never more than a few blocks away from the action. S&C Mally flows are easygoing but deliberate in where and how he move. He can convey profound grief and extreme comfort over the course of only a few bars. Either of the back-to-back Cool Calm Collective and V.O.R could make it into radio rotation. Continue reading “New Music: S&C Mally- Tha Stash EP”
Keep Up With REBAL HUE’s Artist On The Rise-K.EYE.D
When there is a NEW season, it is time for NEW music and K.EYE.D is here to delivery; with a NEW single titled BAEVAYCAY. In our past REBAL HUE’s Fall/Winter issue. We have highlighted a selected few Artist Of The Rise and one of those artist none other than a Virginia-based artist K.EYE.D.
there was talk of new project [EP] tilted Juice Tracy. The release of Juice Tracy was earlier this year. K.EYE.D gave us some HOT singles from this EP such as Sir Francis and a fan favorite titled Switch featuring Hell Vacancy’s own artist Wink.
On Sunday March 31st, 2019 around 3:25 p.m.; Hip-Hip has lost a influential rapper that once was named Nipsey Hussle. The Crenshaw rapper was reportedly shot multiple times outside of his clothing store Marathon Clothing Company in LA. Hussle and his business partner had recently purchased the plaza that houses the clothing store, according to Forbes. Ermias Davidson Asghedom better known
as Nipsey Hussle rapper and songwriter from Los Angeles, California. Emerging from the West Coast hip hop scene in the mid-2000s, Hussle initially became known for his numerous mixtapes, including his Bullets Ain’t Got No Name series, The Marathon, The Marathon Continues and Crenshaw, the latter of which rapper Jay-Z, bought 100 copies for $100 each