Jeremie (birth name Eran Jeremiah, November 6 1992) is a 25-year-old Franco-Israeli rapper-songwriter and electronic music producer. Jeremie was born in France to a Moroccan immigrant mother, and Israeli-Iraqi father. Raised between two cities, Paris and Tel-Aviv, and grew up at a multi-culture environment, added a lot to his unique sound mark, lyrics and approach to music production.
Jeremie uses two main languages (English and French) while rapping in his songs. By doing so he is creating a phonetically word-game between the two languages, which is interesting to hear, and with his signature Franco-American one of a kind accent. Jeremie's new song 'Pill Popper' is an up to date single, in which he discusses the overwhelming and excessive use of drugs and anti-depressing pills around youngsters. Jeremie is doing so by using the hip-hop's musical elements as well as taking advantage of its provocative lyrics, in which young rappers feel comparable speaking out loud sending the wrong messages to teenagers around the world.
Portland R&B artist Eso.Xo.Supreme continues to flood the streets with new music and visuals in 2018. This time Eso connects with producer Bromar (Kodak Black, Post Malone) for "The Loveless (Hitlist)." A perfect combination of distorted 808s and heavenly autotuned vocals will leave listeners in a trace with one listen. With over a million streams racked up and growing international fanbase, it's only a matter of time before Eso.Xo.Supreme is a household name in R&B. Press play on "The Loveless (Hitlist) and be sure to subscribe to Eso via YouTube, Spotify, Apple Music, and more!
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I first would like to welcome the artist named Gansta Marcus back to the internet. He had a great impact his first year with the album Times is hard in Jan. 2008. After taking a year off to relocate and site see Florida, Ohio, Tenenesse, and New York, Gansta Marcus have not only decided to turn his swag up, but also is in the process of asking fans if they think he should change his name. The artist who represent the 419 and the 662 Lima, Ohio to Cleveland, Ms is aiming high for a speech. They only know the name used as Gansta in bad terms for violence. Would that name on the big screen be a bad image for the young? The questions go on and on. What happens when a Ganstatries to take a new turn from the wrong? He is critisized and downplayed. Why is that, we call for a change, so a new internet Gansta has stepped up to the plate and we run. I say a new begining is at hold now or later. Its a movement thats hard to cope with, but declare a threat for the future of the internet as he now takes on the young to pursue a future into the music industry.