Francheyez continues delivering high caliber lyricism with strong elements of Bronx Hip Hop heritage thru his latest drop, “Doing Bad”. The track is the second single off of his highly anticipated mixtape, “Federal Reserve Notes Vol 2”. Riddled with witty metaphors and melodic tones, he serves up a destroy and rebuild message suggesting that the state of Hip Hop is “Doing Bad” in it’s current form. Franch blends in some dance elements to the video while stepping thru the streets of his beloved city. He also dedicated the song to the Bronx Godfather of Hip Hop, DJ Kool Herc. Watch the video here and stay tuned for more from the multifaceted emcee in the times to come.
Hiram struts her stuff from walkway to a spacious mountain setting at a snap in “Somebody Like Me” – @HiramsMusic
Hiram is an Eritrean American singer/songwriter representing Cincinnati, Ohio. Her deeply rooted passion for music …