Isaac Mather 'Stranded'

Isaac Mather | ‘Stranded’

Isaac Mather’s new project Stranded includes the slowed + reverb, sped up, and instrumental versions of his latest single “Stranded”.

This song talks about his struggle with OCD. During his 7-year chronic health journey, Mather was bedridden and wheelchair-bound. Many mental health issues were brought on because of the physical pain. In this song, he talks to his OCD as if it were a person. It sounds like a breakup song, but the twist is that it isn’t.

JusRzd "Ex Files"

JusRzd | “Ex Files”

Up-and-coming producer, Wayne Klassik, and VA’s own, JusRzd, came together to create the summer banger, Ex Files.

Ex Files is a Caribbean/afro summer vibe that speaks to an unhealthy breakup. The grooves, melodies, and cadences throughout this record will keep you moving, grooving, and hitting repeat

Solachi Voz "Bounce Back"

Solachi Voz is set to Bounce Back after painful shoulder surgery.

Sometimes bouncing back from an injury, tough time, grief, job loss, or even sin can be very difficult. In her newest single, Solachi reminds the people of the power God has given us to bounce back from anything that afflicts us.

Isaac Mather "Stranded"

Isaac Mather wrote Stranded about mental health, specifically OCD.

Mental health is one of the most prevalent issues in today’s world. Mather wants to be a light in that space to relate with others who deal with mental struggles. His music is written from a vulnerable and real place, from his pain and past experiences.

Kham, "Man of the House"

Kham attacks his childhood trauma with his new hard-hitting, trap single Man of the House

The Isaac Mather-produced single finds Kham navigating the challenges of having to act as an adult at a young age. Kham is a first-generation Guyanese American who grew up in Virginia Beach. He encountered various life-altering experiences ranging from growing up in a rough ‘757’ environment to being without his father for long periods due to Naval deployment. Throughout Man of the House, listeners experience dynamic musical shifts reminiscent of the highs and lows Kham experienced throughout his childhood.

Man of the House represents an evolution of Kham as an artist.

He wants listeners to join him in his journey of healing and growth.

Kham states, “Man of the House represents the start of a world I want to bring listeners into. My world. Every piece of music I release this year will bring you closer to that world. In this place, we can heal together and grow together. You will know who I am, you will find out who you are. I’ll reveal more about this place as the year goes on”

As 2023 begins, Kham has a series of singles and more music in store for his current fans and new listeners. He promises this year will see him collaborate with many artists as he unveils his new journey.

La'Quan Mitchell, 'Hey Mayne'

La’Quan Mitchell is an unlikely Hip-Hop duo comprised of DJ Pasquan & Lank based out of Lacey/Olympia, Washington.

With their debut album titled Hey Mayne, their sound is a mixture of Phonk/Memphis on the low end, with Future Bass sounds on the high end. With content that is raw, transparent, and honest about the realities of life. While at the same hand, giving hope.

Under5ive "StayUp"

Under5ive drops StayUp featuring CupcakeHonee

Regardless of the highs or lows experienced in life, the desire is for God’s mercy to keep us afloat.

JusRzd, "What We Doin?"

Virginia’s own JusRzd collabed with Canada’s finest Scribe music and Arizona’s illustrious Wayne Klassik. Its a Valentine’s date night bop that’s a whole vibe.

What We Doin? is a question most couples have before a date night. What We Doin? is something couples can play over and over again in any situation. It will always put you in a good mood. From the soulful, creative vocals and cadences, to the sultry synths and melodies, to the bouncy 808s, this record is bound to stay on repeat.

JusRzd "Far From Home"

Far From Home is a jazzy, hip-hop soul record by JusRzd.

The record speaks to the story of the prodigal son. This beautiful composition of melodies is produced by Cyrus Sonata. It has all the vibes of a record that perfectly closes out the year.

Culture Villains, "Southside Freestyle"

Culture Villains presents Southside Freestyle with Kham, KJ Carter, and creed caldwell.

Virginia has been home to influential culture, sounds, and music artists. Those artists include Pharrell, Timbaland, Missy Elliott, and The Clipse. Those artists have influenced upcoming artists such as KJ Carter, Kham, and creed caldwell.

With Southside Freestyle, the trio is paying ode to a generation and sound that has influenced them. The freestyle produced by KJ Carter released on October 28th.

Peep the Culture Villains EP here.