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We Ain’t the Same – [TyFontaine]

When TyFontaine announced the arrival of his album We Ain’t the Same a few weeks ago, I was absolutely sleepless for many nights anticipating the greatness that he was going to deliver. I knew it was going to be a magnificent effort, but every single time I know he’s dropping, I have no idea what kind of sounds or styles to expect because of how versatile he is, so I get beyond excited to hear what he has in store for fans. I also knew that I was going to need to take the weekend to listen to it in order to run through it multiple times and not miss out on any of its artistry, so that leads us to now. As far as writing about the brand-new album, I could truly go on for days and probably write an entire novel, so I just want to cover some of my personal favorites and highlights, but I’ll let you tune in for the rest of the offerings as well to see its incredibility for yourself. It opens up on the highest notes, unsurprisingly, with “Activities”, which boasts some intense, powerful, electronic-sounding synths that are only elevated by piercing percussion …

Delectable – [TyFontaine]

It’s no secret that I’m a massive fan of Internet Money, and I have been even longer before their unbelievable album dropped. I can press play on any song by Iann Dior, Poorstacy, Lil Spirit, Turbo, or anyone else on their roster and be transported to an entirely new universe in the blink of an eye. Just a week ago, Internet Money’s very own Tyfontaine dropped off his brand-new single “Cuff Jeans”, and I haven’t gone a day without listening to it probably ten or more times. Its hook is absolutely incredible, his verse is as impressive as it is diverse, and his abundance of talents are sprinkled all over the short offering. Fast forward seven days, and it turns out that the fun is only beginning. As he has been preparing fans for the release of his second project of the year entitled We Ain’t the Same, he finally announced the mixtape’s official release date, which is next Friday, as well as the tape’s tracklist which includes features from 24kGoldn, Coi Leray, TheHxliday, and of course Lil Keed on their previously released single “Duse N Juice”. With a list of 16 songs, there’s no telling what we can expect, …

Cuff Jeans – [TyFontaine]

If you’re even remotely unfamiliar with Internet Money at this point, you can consider yourself living under a rock. They’ve taken the music industry by storm which is ironic considering their debut album’s name (B4 The Storm) alludes to the fact that the storm hasn’t even come yet, so I can’t even fathom what’s going to be in our laps moving forward, but just know I’m more excited for the future of IM than any other music I can imagine. TyFontaine is the collective’s frontman, and there doesn’t seem to be a single thing he can’t do. He brings the energy and charisma to certain offerings before slowing up and crooning in some of the most interestingly melodic fashions in the entire scene, and I haven’t heard him attempt a style that wasn’t successful. Basically, I don’t think there’s anything Ty can’t do, and that’s not an over-exaggeration in the slightest. His project 1800 is at the very top of my list of favorite mixtapes that have dropped this year, and I’m not lying when I say I run through it at least once a day if not more. He just shows off the sheer dexterity he brings within his …

B4 The Storm – [Internet Money]

Internet Money is basically the music powerhouse that the average fan has no idea about. They’re cranking out hit after hit with not only big-name artists, but also with their in-house talents who are going to be superstars in their own right in no time at all. As they began to hype up their debut album B4 The Storm, I was getting so impatient because I knew that the rest of the world was in for something incredible, but I had to hear it with my own two ears to make sure my expectations could be justified. It obviously came out at midnight going into Friday so it’s been out for a few days, but I really wanted to take some time to run through it multiple times and truly take in all of the artistry and effort that went into this incredible album, and man, was I not let down in the slightest. On B4 The Storm, the masterminds behind Internet Money, including Taz Taylor and Nick Mira, were able to meld features from massive names like Future, Wiz Khalifa, Kevin Gates, Gunna, and more, with some incredibly talented and promising young artists like TyFontaine, TheHxliday, The Kid Laroi, …

Thrusting – [Internet Money] ft. [Swae Lee] & [Future]

Internet Money is the powerhouse in music that everyone in the music industry raves about and respects, but I’m not sure the general public or casual music listener knows about just how much they’re responsible for in terms of songs, styles, and breakout artists. They’ve pretty much created a sound that took the world by storm over the past few years and now the scene is flooded with some of the various styles they’ve created throughout this time. Although they’ve produced hits for absolute icons and legends, they also have their own in-house signees who I think are more promising than anyone else in the current climate of music. It’s also insane how they don’t just stop at Hip-Hop or Rap but rather expand their horizons and branch out into other genres to not only reach various audiences but to also challenge themselves to try new things and continue to invent new sounds and styles. If you’re at all familiar with Internet Money or music in general, then it shouldn’t come as a surprise in the slightest that their debut album B4 The Storm is just a week away. When I saw the tracklist, I almost passed out after seeing …

Choppa Talk – [Guapdad 4000] ft. [TyFontaine]

Although I’m not overly familiar with Guapdad 4000 to be completely candid, I have been seeing his name everywhere recently, so I think that it’s about time I tuned in. Due to his name sounding like the coolest new technology of the year as well as the titles of some of his songs sounding nothing less than meme-worthy, I was expecting his offerings to be more of a parody than any sort of actually appealing music, but I was totally wrong after checking some of them out. There’s a reason why artists like Denzel Curry, Rich Brian, Chance the Rapper, 6LACK, JID, Smino and so many more mess with his music, and after turning on even just one song, it’s more than apparent as to why. He’s so abundantly talented and the fact that some of his song’s titles might sound like memes definitely doesn’t translate into a joke once you press play. This is just another way he shows off his personality because aside from being an incredible artist, Guapdad is truly one of the most entertaining and intriguing musicians in the entire music industry. On his most recent single “Choppa Talk”, he recruited the skyrocketing sensation TyFontaine to …

Candy Paint-[TyFontaine]

Back in April, I wrote an article about rising artist, TyFontaine. His most recent project, “1800” was filled with some unforgettable tunes that set a strong foundation for him to build off of with future releases. Today, Ty is making it back into our pages for a brand new track called, “Candy Paint”. The energetic track is just as flashy as the title itself, but I wouldn’t expect anything less from Fontaine as he is slowly making a name for himself as one of the most intriguing artists in the industry right now. The energy he exudes on “Candy Paint” is second to none. From his vocals all the way down to the production by Nick Mira, this brand new offering is one that you have to check out! I’ve attached the SoundCloud link down below, so give it a listen and let us know what you think!

Ain’t Too Proud – [Moe Young]

Moe Young is going to be one of the biggest newcomers in r&b by the end of the year. The talent is just too immense and he’s surround by what seems like the best production team in the industry right now in Internet Money. His latest record “Ain’t Too Proud” is another solid flushed out single that will have r&b lovers pressing play over and over again. Moe’s sound is a great balance between the new and production of r&b. What is going to get hardcore traditionalists to listen to his music will be the passion in his vocals and songwriting. On the other side of the spectrum for the new generation, the trap soul leaning sound of his production he’s normally on will be more than enough to keep their attention along with his content. It’s disappointing that Moe hasn’t put any music on Spotify or Apple Music yet, but Internet Money did the same with TyFontaine and LilSpirit. It shouldn’t be long before we see Moe rolling out singles leading up to a project on DSPs. Stream Moe Young’s latest release “Ain’t Too Proud” below.

A Conversation With Ty Fontaine

Ty Fontaine is someone who got put on my radar a few months ago and I have been a big fan ever since then, he has a unique style and makes extraordinary music, so when I saw he was about to drop his brand new project 1800, I had to lock in an interview with him. TyFontaine not only has the music talent, the ‘look’, and the charisma to be one of the next generations leading artists, but he also has some tremendous backing from the Internet Money collective that will help him along the way. Listen to his new ‘1800’ project and get to know TyFontaine in our latest interview below:     EM: Where are you from originally? TyFontaine: Born in DC, lived there until I was about six years old then moved to Maryland. That’s where I call home, PG County. — EM: What was it like growing up in the DMV? TyFontaine: It was cool pretty regular. It’s kinda like people from outside of the DMV that are from lowered income areas see the DMV & it’s kind of like Texas, where you can get a bang for your buck because it’s majority black so you can get …

PREMIERE: Moments – [TyFontaine]

TyFontaine is one of the most intriguing young artists in the game right now. His versatility and electric energy is attracting a lot of eyes. Today, Ty is making it onto our pages for the release of his brand new music video for his track, “Moments”, which was one of his breakout songs that was featured on his latest album entitled, “1800”. The whole entire project is unbelievable and aside from the new music video, I think it’s important for y’all to check it out as well. I’ve attached the album link right here, so tap in when you get the chance. When it comes to the video, The vhs inspired aesthetic works so well for Ty. There is an underlying feeling of Nostalgia all throughout this one that’s hard to escape. The visuals are top tier in every single way. This watches like a feature film and I really can’t get enough of it. Ty’s vocals and infectious stage presence are present throughout this brand new offering. The best music videos are the ones that make you fall in love with the song all the more, and this one definitely does that! I’m really excited for y’all to check …