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With one stop remaining on her NYC tour, emerging R&B singer Isa Marina continues the momentum with the release of her new visual “No Grey.” On the track, the songstress reveals her relationship stance after being wronged in the past. “No Grey” features  lush vocals that sooth the soul. The video was shot in Isa’s hometown of Norwood in the Bronx and directed by Stack  Moses. Fans can expect more from Isa in the future. Independent singer/songwriter Cherokee returns with the single and video “Goddess”, a funky, bass heavy track. In the accompanying music video, the songstress gives viewers a goddess vibe with her ensemble, exuding female self-empowerment. She keeps it sexy and classy while reminding us that inner and outer beauty along with intellect are equally satisfying. “Goddess” is the first single from Cherokee’s upcoming EP, due out in 2019.  Rising female rapper Kiara Simone has been making a lot of noise. Now, following the release of her mixtape “XIV”, she’s delivered the remix to Lil Baby & Gunna’s “Drip It Too Hard.” Instead of a remix, Kiara’s version is a freeystyle. She’s made the song her own by giving it a different feel. Featured as a Nominee Talent on the BET Awards, Kiara Simone is a DMV native who is considered a talented lyricist. She has appeared on “The Real” and “Wilding Out”, and has also been given a special guest spot on Jay Rock’s The Big Redemption Tour. Most remember Kiara’s BET freestyle, where she spelled out the last word of each bar while still rhyming. Kiara Simone’s EP “XIV” is now available on iTunes. Rapper Flipp Dinero set the hip hop world on its ear since the release of his single “Leave Me Alone.” He has sited Drake as an influence, and received accolades from Fat Joe and Tony Lanez added him to his Memories Don’t Die Tour. He  signed to DJ Khaled’s We The Best Music, Cinematic Music Group and Epic Records on Aug. 28., and is poised to make even more waves in 2019. Even as “Leave Me Alone” continues to climb the charts, the 22-yer-old insists that more music is on the way. The Diplomats are preparing to release their first album in 14 years, and in anticipation of the effort, they’ve released the single and accompanying music video “Sauce Boyz.” The clip shows Dipset sporting dapper threads, but they also make certain to pay  homage to the Harlem streets that groomed them by riding through the New York City borough. “Diplomatic Ties” will is slated for release on Nov. 22. Jim Jones revealed during an interview on the Cruz Show that  a documentary is in the works as well. In light of the album’s release, The Diplomats will reunite at the Apollo Theater on Nov. 23.

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