Border Buck held his listening party for his latest project “What Ya Life Like” in Harlem, New York. During the listening party, Border Buck conducted interviews with a few journalists. I was able to learn about the artists he listens too and his inspiration for some of the songs on “What Ya Life Like.” I had a chance to find out more about his music goals and supporters.
Kiing Shooter is featured on Border Buck’s new project, “What Ya Life Like.” He is also supported by Harlem’s own, Dave East.
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Harlem’s own Teyana Taylor takes a quick break from behind the camera to drop “How You Want It?” featuring King Combs (it’s hard to ignore his obvious splitting resemblence of his father, Sean “Diddy” Combs ). The new single, released under Getting Out Our Dreams Inc.(Good Music), features a sample from Mase’s 1997 hit record “What You Want.” When you pair these two hitters, you find yourself engulfed in a special kind of sauce. Teyana unleashes drips of her sex appeal all over this track as she dominates with her late-night inquiries. This one may be a bit too hot to hear, but check it out anyway. Listen to “How You Want It?” below.
Harlem unites with this new hit music video “Time Ticking” featuring Juelz Santana and Dave East. Both artists heavily rep Harlem and this collaboration is special because Juelz Santana is a rapper from the old school and Dave East reps the new school.
You may remember Juelz Santana’s name from several hit singles including but not limited to “Hey Ma,” “S.A.N.T.A.N.A,” “There It Go” and “Oh Boy.” Both artists are heavily talented and paid. Time ticking is a song that talks about the money which they both clearly know how to make.
Josiah Hotwire is a veteran rapper from Harlem, NY. He held his “Can’t Take Me Down” (CTMD) mixtape release party on February 24th. Freeway and Loaded Lux are only two of the well-known and talented rappers on his 13-track mixtape. The release party was very successful as many people came to the Diamond District Studio to help him celebrate. There was an open bar sponsored by Exclusiv Vodka and giveaways for everyone in attendance. Hotwire gave a brief description for all of his tracks on “Can’t Take Me Down” and even showed some of his videos to his audience. He’s internationally known and shot one of his videos called “Alone” in Sydney, Australia. For more on Josiah Hotwire’s “Can’t Take Me Down” mixtape release party, press play above.