New Kay Flow from the Declaration of Independence II album dropping Oct. 15th.
Dropping really really soon. If you haven’t heard the first Declaration of Independence, please go check it.
This is it. Some of our contribution to Hip Hop. I will let the album speak for itself, so please support it.
This is the album art for Bars Over Dope Beats, the new album from Kay Flow and myself that will be released on June 30th. Simplicity is a theme for this album. The album title itself is a reminder that 2 of the basic elements in regards to Hip Hop music is bars and dope beats. A lot of the music that is being passed off as Hip Hop lacks these 2 elements. The cover is a photo of Kay Flow and myself in the studio. You see the vinyls, MPC, maschine, and Kay Flow reciting rhymes from the iPad. The cover sums up our creation process.
New music from Tigga Lansky. Download “No Question” now!
Dynasty is an Artist and Entertainer from a small community in Folsom, La.
Musically her work includes elements from R&B, Hip-Hop, Jazz, Funk, and Soul. Dynasty’s style is influenced by great artist like Erykah Badu, Al Green, Toni Braxton, Lauryn Hill, Nina Simone, and many others.
Dynasty’s platform consist of several components, but it is primarily based on black women considering themselves as Queens who should be upheld in the highest regard.
Dynasty is very vocal about the treatment of black women in our communities and firmly believes that the condition of the black woman must change first, in order for real change in our communities to come about.
Dynasty frequently uses the hash tag: #QueensOnlyNoBadBitches, which is used to reinforce the ideology that we must dismiss the “Bad Bitch” culture, and reinvent ourselves as the Queens we were always meant to be.
Dynasty’s first major project will be released in Summer 2017. It promises to be a clever fusion of many different elements and genres. Dynasty will also be releasing mix-tapes and exclusive works via social media. You can find her on Facebook and Instagram @mynameisdynasty. You can also find her on Twitter @thatgirldynasty and Youtube.
Today I got some dig therapy at Red Door Records & Cinema in celebration of Record Store Day. Its been while since I hit the $1 bin, and today I think I found some gems in there. I came out with a nice little stack of vinyls, and now it’s time to take them to the studio and create!
Tigga Lansky just dropped some dopeness on us. Do you ears a favor and share this joint with them.