So excited to announce multiple placements in season 4 of The CW series All American, featuring songs by Blayne B., and TruRebel Migs. Blayne B. Equally adept at both rapping and singing and with a talent for melody far beyond his years, Blayne B. doesn’t fit neatly into any one genre. Influenced by artists like Yung Lean, Raury, Kanye West, and Tyler The Creator, Blayne started writing and releasing music at age 12. By the time he was 16, he had founded the popular Lo-Fi group Cozy Collective which has racked up tens of millions of streams across all platforms. His track “My Time To Shine” featuring Gould appears in episode 413 which premiered on March 28th. This is Blayne’s second placement, following his feature in ESPN Music’s 2021 live programming with the song “Underdog Running W/ My Head Off”. TruRebel Migs Bicoastal rapper TruRebel Migs has been […]
We’re pleased to announce multiple placements in the first season of The CW spin-off All American: Homecoming. This season featured music by CRSB, Julian Xtra, TruRebel Migs, Daz Rinko, and Chewii. CRSB Creators of their own unique brand of Soul-infused Island Pop, CRSB is a musical duo based out of the San Francisco Bay Area consisting of members Chris Ramos and Sonny B. Their song “Vibrations” appears in episode 102, which premiered on February 28th. This placement is their fourth, following past syncs on their songs “With You (ft. Irie Love)”, “Action”, and “M.I.A”. Julian Xtra Julian Xtra is a Brooklyn-based rapper/producer constantly urging authenticity and delivering lyrics that prove that finding success all starts with a state of mind whose energy organically thrives in a live concert environment. His track “Humaning” also appears in episode 102. This is Julian’s third placement, after the two in the HBO […]
The sequel to his debut EP Lust, Love and War – Detox & Quarantine | Part 1, bicoastal rapper TruRebel Migs returns with a the more laid back and melodic record Part 2. In contrast to Part 1 which dealt with the realities and struggles of living through the pandemic, Part 2 is more lyrically positive with a thematic focus on love. So it’s no coincidence that he’s dropping the record on Valentine’s Day. Mostly composed via stream of consciousness and freestyle, the songs “Fish In Agua,” “Surf & Turf” & “Wet Wet,” incorporate aquatic metaphors as a motif throughout the record. The production also incorporates the concept of binaural beats, using various frequencies to produce an effect on the brain. TruRebel Migs grew up in the Bronx raised by a single mom in the projects, but his love for music and relentless hustle helped guide him to a better life. Since the release of his debut single “Same” in 2017, he […]
UPDATE: We’re thrilled to announce that we have FOURTEEN tracks appearing in episodes of the new HBO Max reality dating series “FBoy Island”! Songs by Cashae, TIAAN, TruRebel Migs, Diamond Qing, Nate Rose, Adrian Daniel, Daz Rinko, Julian Xtra, Aquadrop, No Suits, EhCee and Honey B will all appear in episodes 105-110. Check the show’s official playlist below to hear the music used in the show so far! About “FBoy Island” on HBO Max Hosted by comedian Nikki Glaser, the show centers on three female contestants and twenty-four male counterparts. Of the men, twelve are self-professed nice guys, while the other half identify as womanizers, the former being interested in forming a relationship, while the latter are competing for a cash prize of $100,000 to any contestants that remain at the end.
Like so many kids growing up poor in the NYC projects, two clear options were laid before Miguel Cespedes, better known as TruRebel Migs. Pursue a life of crime in the streets, or plan an escape route through music. And it was the latter which brought this brilliant young rapper out to Los Angeles to record his EP “Lust, Love & War – Detox & Quarantine | Part 1”. From the very first hit of the opening track “Needs” you immediately get drawn into a dark, swirling vortex with a bit of a menacing vibe. With lyrical themes of sex, drugs, violence and street life, it’s very much what you’d expect from a rap record. But Migs delivers real emotion in his voice that you can really feel. His elevated sense of phrasing, melody, wordplay and imagery set him apart from most rappers. The production on the record is notable […]