Klutch releases a new single from his upcoming album.
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Milwaukee artist C.M.P. is gearing up for the release of his next record, “Crescendo”, on July 7th, and today we have the second single from the album, “Bones”. The track features John Daniels III, and is more uptempo than some of his previous tracks. “Crescendo” is C.M.P.’s fourth full length album in the last year, and seventh project overall. WhileRead more
C.M.P. is simply a workhorse when it comes to putting out new music. The Milwaukee artist is preparing for his next album, “Crescendo”, which is due out on July 7th. The Christian artist puts a unique spin on his verses, delivering them in a way that wouldn’t necessarily put off a casual listener. There’s a stigma associated with Christian hipRead more
Today we have the premiere of new music from Klutch, who combines hip hop and pop on his newest single, “Eavesdrop”. Produced by PSBeats, the track describes Klutch’s successes so far, as he continues on his journey to that elusive next level of his career. Klutch is gearing up to release a new project in the near future, and singles likeRead more
The buildup for Christian rapper C.M.P.’s new project is increasing, as he plans to release a new track every week until the project drops. The latest in this series is “Throwaway”, a track that, admittedly didn’t make the final cut, but still has plenty of lyrical skill in it. While many Christian artists get placed with the stigma of beingRead more
While C.M.P. won’t be releasing his “Renaissance” mixtape until March 14th, he’s previewing the tape with the release of a new track, “Rules”. Over the course of a little more than three minutes, C.M.P. gets his message out and then some with a combination of rapped and sung bars. Religious artists often get pigeonholed due to their subject matter, butRead more
To say that Milwaukee native C.M.P. has been busy creating music is nothing short of a huge understatement. In 2016 alone, he’s released a mixtape, EP, compilation, and album. To cap off the year, he presents another short collection of songs which could be considered an EP, “Circa 2016”. In five tracks, C.M.P. manages to spit his gospel, with aRead more