From his project PLUS OVER MINUS, R&B artist, singer and songwriter at Ever Evolved, Keem Singing releases a music video for one of his hit singles. With help from Beat Box Entertainment, Hayward and Keem bring TOO MUCH to life, following up on visuals for NIGHTS LIKE THIS from the same EP. Recorded at Ever Evolved Studios TOO MUCH, in contrast to NIGHTS LIKE THIS, touches up on the more deep and introspective contemplations that regularly follow artists, just as much as the good times! There is much to connect with in just the chorus alone, singing “I’ve got too much to lose, I’ve got too much to prove. Got lost in the sauce, got to make a move.” For artists like Keem Singing, music is more than a passion, it is a destiny, it is what keeps them going, and he conveys that effortlessly between the beautiful vocal harmonies and lyricism. In addition to the music video release, Keem Singing regularly posts covers of his favorite songs from artists like Musiq, Donell Jones, Drake and more on his Youtube channel!
Some things can come into life and completely change things up for the better like DIVINE INTERVENTION. It can be anyting, even your own mindset, as what it seems for Hayward! Turning himself into a talented and respected videographer, producer, business owner and hip hop artist through straight ambition and hunger! His latest EP entitled DIVINE INTERVENTION embodies this in its production and content. Produced, mixed and mastered at his studio headquarters at Beat Box Entertainment by himself and MrIgnit, in full control of his creations like his own divine intervening presence.
Packed with 6 tracks, this EP puts you in a trance with its lo-fi hip hop beats and lyrical flow, and the title track does its job setting the tone for DIVINE INTERVENTION. Followed up with ALL AROUND THE WORLD, where Hayward realizes his blessings by the first line! “Where you been at? All around the world, all around the world“, creating a simple but catchy chant, as you shout and embrace your passion giving you the freedom to travel. Probably due to the attitude in the next track NO FAVORS, “Fuck around me you aint givin’ me paper, ill see you later. It’s a no brainer, got your hand out, dont do favors;” when you realize your worth you will not sell yourself short! The 4th Track TOO ON was released late last year as a hit single with a music video. The favorite of DIVINE INTERVENTION was definitely the final track STRUGGLE, most eloquent with the flow as well as confident, and the beat has a Chicago summer at the lake type of vibe, while maintaining a chill energy. A must have EP for the playlist!
A music video can really make a song, and Wilhelm Duke, teaming up with RhymSter, create what seems like a movie. Now, this hip hop single can stand out on its own with ease, but with the help of Hayward at Beat Box Entertainment, these artists have a cinematic release on their hands. Sounding off with a sinister repeating sound, the beat comes in with some heavy bass, giving off an acid rap vibe with a hint of boss energy. The video itself is a satirical play on RhymSter’s introductory lines, “Never Disrespect, not Between Two Ferns…” referencing the show Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis as a begrudging host and interviewer.
BOSS SHIT has one message, “Roll with the punch… Roll up the blunt… Roll up them cuffs, like a Boss,” repeating in the chorus; give it a listen and it will repeat in your head. Emulating that boss attitude, Wilhelm duke gets suited up in a blue blazer, psyching himself up with confidence, causing trouble and confusion to those in his path, laughing it up with no consequence. RhymSter, who cameo’s as a producer, videographer, blind composer and a clumsy student, takes the position of the artist in interview. The two eventually box in out, back to back spitting verses, taking turns throwing shots. The entertainment value does not stop there, as the video, following the music, features some behind the scenes footage (similarly to RhymSters Music Video with Essse), and an interview snippet as well. All put together, between the cinematic video, the beat and the verses, to creating a whole skit, this is some BOSS SHIT.