Baby Love by Kna-Lo Venge

Baby Love by Kna-Lo Venge

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Baby Love by Kna-Lo Venge

Baby Love by Kna-Lo Venge
Baby Love by Kna-Lo Venge

 

Queens, New York-  Checking in from Los Angeles via Queens, New York is pop artist Kna-Lo Venge with his latest single “Baby Love”. The artist has been living in LA. for the past three years after releasing his debut LP and is hoping this second effort takes him over the top. The track “Baby Love” was produced by the world famous SPK. If you havent heard of SPK, think production with Fat Joe and many more. The New York producer teaming with the artist says a lot about Kna-Lo Venge and where his career is headed.  The single is being distributed through myTunes Digital, and is part of the LP “Scope”. The full project contains a  ton of different styles including: hip hop, pop, edm, dance. SPK produced one other track on the project titled “Off The Wall”The other records were produced and written by Kna-Lo Venge himself. The artist didnt stop just at the audio, with clean art work and a dope video being edited for the single on the way for fans. The video was shot right in Newport Beach and is sure to help the buzz surrounding the single. When the SlapGods team caught up with Kna-Lo Venge he stated this track is  “song is about taking young peoples emotions seriously. When I was a teenager I remember being in love and the emotions were really there but I wasnt taken seriously by adults. Its about young love being taken seriously because it can lead to things like suicide and depression. Those are serious issues and we take them seriously, but when a kids comes to us and says they are in love we laugh. Instead of laughing I want people to help and this song is to draw attention to that cause.”

Kna-Lo Venge of Queens, New York
Kna-Lo Venge of Queens, New York

 

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2016 Year In Review by Bekay

2016 Year In Review by Bekay @TheRealBekay

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2016 Year In Review by Bekay

2016 Year In Review by Bekay
2016 Year In Review by Bekay

Brooklyn, New York- Brooklyn emcee Bekay brings the fire on his “2016 Year In Review”. The track is exactly what is sounds like, a review of the shit, that was 2016. The talented artists uses the famed “All The Way Up” beat as the canvas to paint his picture of what 2016 was all about. Touching on everything from the passing of Carol Brady to the election to a classy send off to George Michael the track has it all. Take a listen below and follow him on all social media to get a glimpse of the man that “Talib Kweli” blocked on Twitter. Some of our SlapGods team was witness to the bashing that Bekay took online because of Talib Kweli’s Mafia of online bandits. It is good to see that Bekay didnt fall victum to Talib Kweli’s legion of Trolls. Hopefully all that drama is behind the two talented rappers and we can get back to the music. 

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Bekay – “2016 Year In Review”
From celebrity deaths to political turmoil, it’s safe to say that 2016 has been one of the craziest years in recent memory. And to remind us about everything that went down—with plenty of venom and hilarious punchlines mixed in—Brooklyn rapper Bekay returns with his latest annual rundown, “2016 Year In Review.”
 
The ridiculously talented emcee goes in for nearly five minutes straight over the horns-fueled instrumental from Fat Joe & Remy Ma’s huge single, “All The Way Up.” And in doing so, Bekay references damn-near all of what happened in ‘16, from the Suicide Squad movie and its lead actress (Margot Robbie), to Marco Rubio sweating during the debates, to Pokemon Go taking over the mobile landscape.
 
Of course, there’s plenty of that aforementioned venom, too. It’s aimed squarely at the likes of President-elect Donald Trump, DC Comics’ fails at the box office (looking at you, Batman v. Superman, and a fellow Brooklyn native who blocked Bekay on Twitter (*cough*Talib Kweli*cough*).
 
Not one to stick to the negatives, Bekay shows love to those we lost this year, including Prince and Phife Dawg, while praising new releases from rap giants De La Soul and A Tribe Called Quest. There’s also a heartfelt send-off to the pop-legend George Michael, who died suddenly on Dec. 25. So what’re you waiting for?—give “2016 Year In Review” a listen right now. Let’s hope for a better year and a better world, happy new year!
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