HNHH: Heatseekers

1Stan P.

Stan P.

2Good Gatsby & BeWyze

Good Gatsby & BeWyze

3Y. Legend

Y. Legend

Why we like Stan P: 

For the second edition in a row an R&B artist has made HeatSeekers, and with a smooth flow and infectious hooks, how could Stan P be left off the Final Four?  Classifying himself as a "vocalist", when caught up in one of his tunes, the listener would describe this Michigan talent as "butter on wax".  Stan is as apt at flowing over a jazz-infused sample, as he is dropping vocals on a faster-paced track.  Grab some Hennessy and maybe something to smoke, and Stan P's tracks will be the perfect complement to lounge to. 

Artist Bio:

a vocalist from the mitten battle creek MI. i just have so many things to express an i feel music is my stress reliever goin through life my biggest inspirtion always happy to see another day i look up to michael jackson an my parents LOVE LIVE LIFE

Listen to the track that landed him on Heatseekers- "Red Lights (Closed Doors)"

Make sure to also check out another smooth tune of his - "Pointless Song"

Why we like Good Gatsby & BeWyze: 

The two rappers Good Gatsy & BeWyze only recently started spitting together, but it sounds like they've been doing this for years. The title of their Heatseeker-submitted track describes them well: "Too Smooth." The provide a mixture of different sounds on their new EP, with a little something for everyone, but keeping closer to that old-school sound if anything. 

Artist Bio:

A pair of rappers from the Boston area that linked up in the summer of 2012 and hammered out a 5-song project called The Public Policy EP. Both have been pursuing solo careers but agree their best work has been together.

Listen to the track that landed him on Heatseekers "Too Smooth"

Check out their EP The Public Policy EP below.

Dennis E. Echebiri Aka Young Legend who goes by the alias "YLTG" from Boston, MA born March 11th, 1994 is an up coming Hip-Hop/R&B Recording artist. He's been making music for five years now and that's the whole concept behind his Sophmore Mixtape/Album "Five Years Strong". He and his manager Jason Correia have been traveling the state of Massachusetts looking for shows and performances. When Young Legend isn't with his manager, he's either in the studio or behind the computer screen promoting his music or looking for new connections in the local entertainment business. This is one talented artist and the music speaks for itself. He can get you with that up tempo, heavy bass style of rap or that toned down, soft style of R&B, He can do it all. He is also a web designer, Audio Engineer and Producer. He's always making sure that the people get the high quality of music and that they enjoy what he offers to them. Be prepared to see big things from Young Legend. He's going to do it.

Check out the track that got him featured on HeatSeekers "Champion" - 

Listen to his 5 Years Strong Mixtape


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