Germantown, Maryland rapper Truly Uzi released his first EP Truly Saiyan. The EP is titled Truly Saiyan is in reference to Dragon Ball Z. Uzi explained a Saiyan who has gone through a transformation which multiplies his current power and turns his hair blonde and his eyes
Elly’s style of rap is gritty and gives you a street hustlers vibe.
Elly Elz, is a DC native born on the south side of Washington, D.C. His stage present captivates his audience by his use of clever wordplay and relatable topics. Elly is not only a rapper, but is the CEO of Syck Music Group or SMG. The company was started by himself and a friend named C3 to promote his music, other artists
affiliated with him and his clothing line iTrap, which he designs himself. The iTrap clothing line is popular not only in D.C., but in nationally as well due to social media. Elly Elz was featured in REBAL HUE Winter Issue VOL.4. Get to know more about Elly Elz in an exclusive Q& A with REBAL HUE Magazine.
his latest single “1500 Degreez” from SwipeRixh 2. The unique thing about the”1500 Degreez” video is the 3D effects on the video and it was shot on a iPhone. The video was directed by Film & GFX and song produced by Pentagrvm and Lil Dream himself. We look forward to the new music to come from Lil Dream in 2020.
S&C Mally is a rapper from South East Washington, DC. Coming from a musical family background somethings just came naturally such as wordplay and catch creative hooks. S&C Mally has been heavily influenced by rappers such as Bone Thugs N Harmony , DMX, Outkast to name a few.
Early this year Mally dropped an EP titled Tha Stash with the lead single Cool Calm Collective.
S&C Mally songs make no distinction between the personal and political, and see systemic failures through the lenses of individuals
without ever quite pointing fingers or succumbing to victimization.
Check out S&C Mally full page Editorial spread with photographers such as Konan Bokose and Asian Eyez., in our VOL.6 The Editorial. Watch the full interview below.
There is a greater range of flows explored, a greater range of tones discovered, and a sharper focus throughout his music.
With the recent release of REBAL HUE Magazine VOL.6 The Editorial Issue. Where we have highlighted a selected few Artist Of The Rise and one of those artist none other than a Washington, DC artist Rahiem Supreme.
Rahiem Supreme recently dropped two new projects over the summer which The Man Wears Moschino and 888. There both are expansive album that casually balances his puffed-up swaggering and his conscience-stricken morality. He’s been vocal about his commitment to defying the expectations of what it means to be a
rapper, something he’s been building toward since 2008. Many rappers contain multitudes, but Rahiem is among the most effortlessly pliable. He can be two different things in the same breath. In this interview you will get to know Rahiem Supreme on how he pursued a career in rap and musically influences. Along with how important style is, new music, cars and much more. But sure to check out Rahiem Supreme full page Editorial spread with photographers such as Jamaal Davies, and Indicuttt. Continue reading “Artist On The Rise: Rahiem Supreme Interview (Video)”
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!
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”