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“Hi kids, do you like violence? Wanna see me stick Nine Inch Nails through each one of my eyelids?” Okay sorry, I just always wanted to open a post like that. Welcome all to the 2015 Top 5 New Artists. The main reason why I decided to do this was to give other artists a chance to be heard. Every day on my Twitter and Facebook feed, I see the same artists being promoted. Now don’t get me wrong, that’s a great thing. But like the saying goes, ‘Variety is the spice of life.’ So here I am to spice up your life (word to the Spice Girls). I will be posting about five different and very talented artists that I’m sure you the readers will love.

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Champagne Water (iTunes)

Meet Nikki Jean, an American singer, who you know but don’t know. Meaning you’ve heard her songs, you sang along, and you don’t know her name. For most of us, we know Nikki Jean from Lupe Fiasco’s “Hip-Hop Saved My Life” and Ab-Soul’s “World Runners.” But there are quite a few of you who know Nikki Jean from her debut album, Pennies in a Jar. On November 18, Nikki Jean released her new EP entitled Champagne Water. This EP is for fans of the likes of SZA, Jhene Aiko, and The Internet. Nikki Jean gives you a laid-back, angelic voice over some crafty beats. And did I mention the songwriting is great? Six songs is enough time for you to understand and fall in love with Champagne Water. Here’s a quick synopsis of each song …

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Press Release: The I Love The 90s Millennium Show, hosted by Columbia’s Urban Music Association (CUMA), is an annual showcase where participants pay homage to music, fashion, film & TV, and dance from 1990-2005. This is a Columbia College Chicago event where the portion of the proceeds go towards the Kamoinge-Ferman Scholarship.

Last week, site affiliate and Chi-Town triple threat Jovan participated in a tribute to one of the most iconic singles in Hip-Hop history. She joined forces with her fellow students/alumni to bring to life the legendary “Not Tonight (Ladies Night Remix)” record originally performed by: Lil Kim, Da Brat, Missy Elliott, Left Eye (R.I.P), and Angie Martinez. The song was a part of the soundtrack to the hit Martin Lawrence film Nothing To Lose.

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Your eyes are not playing tricks on you. Adam Reverie is indeed back in the game. He announced his retirement from music back in June to take care of some personal business. However after the controversial Ferguson ordeal, he decided it was time for him to get back in the booth and deliver a message. His new single “Our Future Is BLACK” is produced by Adam Snow and it stops just shy of two minutes.