Denver-based hip-pop artist emoty (aka Tyler Dozier) released his second ever single “History” on June 25. Produced by Madilla (aka Cameron Sargent), the song is a self-reflection and observation of society as a whole – about bragging habits to impress other people, commonly dating partners. Upon first listen, the track seems like an encouragement to do whatever it takes to impress a crush, but it actually puts a mirror up to daters to question why it’s so normal to act this way. emoty has zero hesitation to begin his music career with a striking message.
For emoty, relationships are based on interests, passions, and the quirks that make people unique. He understands the need to prioritize someone’s true self over the money or things they have. Unfortunately, that belief isn’t alway reciprocated. “I hate the concept of flexing because I hate materialism,” says emoty. “I’m the type of person that will wear the same pair of shoes until I’m unable to wear them.” The Denver artist takes on a fresh sense of confidence in the single to portray the chase that goes along with pursuing love. Balancing the urges to confess his feelings and keep his guard up, emoty relates to listeners who have ever felt the need to put their best self forward on a date.
“History” is a perfect summertime jam – mixing the smooth, catchy musical elements of hip-hop and the melodic earworms from pop. Listeners can enjoy the song to simply let loose, or they can dive into the lyrical depths to digest the message behind them. In “History,” emoty touches on the urge to pursue the person he likes, but is unsure if they truly like him back. “I try to stay humble and self aware – I never want to break boundaries,” says emoty. The single was written alongside guitarist and songwriter Justin Scott Lucas who also wrote on Khalid’s Free Spirit album. “History” is a strong start for what fans can expect from Tyler emoty in 2021 and beyond, and it will be available for streaming everywhere June 25.
emoty (aka Tyler Dozier) is a hip-pop artist based in Denver, CO. His music, while primarily blurring the lines between pop and hip-hop, pulls influences from indie rock and punk – allowing for a genre-bending style that complements emoty’s ever-changing creativity. From the age of 6, emoty knew he needed to become an artist. From playing his mini electric guitar to writing songs about his latest crush, emoty eventually solidified his path during quarantine 2020.
He experienced intense family and personal struggles, which led him to turn to music for a sense of peace – “I needed something to fill the gap in my mind,” says emoty. By studying popular music releases, he mastered his skill of creating entertaining, yet unique music that fits the artist he would soon become. Growing up in a small Mississippi town, emoty observed the pain and hardships of humankind. From racism to homelessness, emoty saw how deeply the people around him needed help – which is why he intends on using his music platform to highlight those in need. emoty is excited to continue his mark in music with his single “History,” out everywhere for streaming on June 25.
Connect with emoty on social media for updates on new music, videos, and more; @iamemoty
Swizz Beatz To Host Special DMX Tribute At The Hot 97 Summer Jam
Several months have passed since the tragic death of DMX and most of the music world is still mourning the late legend. It is hard to accept such a loss and rappers are here and there organizing special events where we can all think of DMX and remember him with the best pieces of his work.
The Covid situation postponed many great events – even the Olympics and the European Football Championship, but this year everything is coming to normal step by step, so is the music festival called Hot 97 Summer Jam. It will take place on the 22nd of August at the Metlife Stadium near New York City. The tickets are already on sale and the participants and the program of the event are also announced.
Swizz Beatz is always taking a major role when it comes to tribute his friend DMX. That is what he did at the 2021 BET Awards this year. There was a special part of the program, that was especially for the late rapper. Method Man, Busta Rhymes, The Lox, and Griselda were also very active on the scene honoring DMX.
The host of the Hot 97 Summer Jam event, Ebro Darden, said that unlikely every year when the festival is marking the beginning of the summer, this time it will be a sign that hip-hop and rap music are back. It will be historic this year he said. Everyone is very excited to see live performances from artists like Meek Mill, Rowdy Rebel, Moneybagg, DaBaby, Bobby Shmurda, and more.
DMX died in April this year, as he put the whole world in grief. After several days in the hospital on life support and millions of people praying for him to wake up, he lost the battle. He was brought to the hospital in a very serious condition with a massive heart attack caused by a drug overdose.
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Fedd The God Taps Wiz Khalifa & Chevy Woods For New Video ‘Activated’
Fedd the God shares his new single “Activated” featuring Wiz Khalifa and Chevy Woods and the video. For it as well.
The video has no special scenario or story to tell. It is just footage of the rap trio having a good time, chilling or rapping on the stage.
The new “Activated” video shows Fedd the God Wiz and Chevy smoking lots of things in different ways. Many drinks are pouring, especially Khalifa’s brand Violet Fog. The video also emphasizes luxurious life and expensive stuff.
Fedd The God is one of the newest and freshest members of the Wiz Khalifa Gang and the imprint. And good news – he shows no signs of stopping and taking a break from the studio and the hard work in music.