Rashad drops a smooth number called “I Thought About Leaving Her.” Hailing from Columbus, Ohio, the singer/songwriter/producer’s song will be landing on his forthcoming sophomore album, The Quiet Loud.
Contrary to popular belief, Stalley didn’t rise to prominence when he signed to Rick Ross’ Maybach Music imprint. It was his formal debut Lincoln Way Nights: Intelligent Trunk Music with Ohio producer Rashad Thomas that placed his name amongst rap’s elite crop of newcomers.
Longtime Stalley producer and R&B whizkid Rashad is back on the scene battling noise and inhibitions with his new single, “First Move.”
Philadelphia law enforcement have more than enough killings to deal with every year but Truck North just increased their workload by nine homicides with his new EP Murder By Mourning.
A handful of leaks and a few weeks worth of heightened anticipation later, Blu and Nottz return will the full stream of their Gods In the Spirit EP.
Blu and Nottz offer up a soulful second offering from their upcoming collaborative EP, Gods In The Spirit. Titled “End Of The World,” the track features the former XXL Freshman rhyming alongside Ohio crooner, Rashad.
Stalley repackaged his Honest Cowboy mixtape into a seven track EP featuring five songs from the original and two previously unheard. With that, we present “Sticks and Stones” and “Blue Collar Gang.”
The ever so soulful crooner Rashad gets inspired by MED and Blu’s collaborative track, “Burgundy Whips,” and provides his own version. Keeping the title, the singer’s rendition of the Madlib produced groove completely differs from the original concept. Here, Rashad shows his range of artistry by singing and rapping about some of life’s real situations.
Rashad may not be a household name just yet, but he’s doing everything in his power to make that a reality. The crooner captures that grind on a track, titled “The Life,“ that’s unconventional by R&B standards, but is an accurate depiction of treading the road to success. Styles P is featured on the cut, and adds […]
Stalley unleashes the first track from the second wave of his Songs by Me, Stalley series, titled “Loud Motors.” The smooth Rashad-produced track features the duo’s patented sophisticated trunk music feel, as it further emphasizes Stalley’s love for classic automobiles. Notice the seamlessly placed vocal sample from Jay-Z’s utterly disgusting “3 Kings” verse, by the way.
Singer, songwriter and producer Rashad, or R∆§H∆Ð, drops his debut album Museum as a free download. The Ohio native and Elev8tor Music artist drops the project in conjunction with the LRG clothing brand and DJBooth.net. Rashad, who produced Stalley’s Lincoln Way Night’s projects, also mixes all of Museum, keeping the guests limited to PA Flex and Styles P […]
Songwriter, producer and singer Rashad, the man responsible for all the grooves on Maybach Music rapper Stalley’s breakthrough project Lincoln Way Nights, drops a soulfully thumping new cut called “Be True.” Also, check out the video for “The Return” below. The multi-talented Rashad will be dropping a full length project on May 21st called Museum in conjunction […]