G I U L I E T T A - AUSTRALIA'S NEXT BEST THING | @GiuliettaMusic
Last weekend, we has an exclusive photoshoot and interview with Melbourne Australian singer/songwriter Giulietta. Humble and full of personality, Giulietta opened up about what her latest project XX1 is all about as well as her latest experiences traveling and performing all over the world.
With a solid international fan base and unique brand image, Giulietta has been in the game since she was 16 and shows no signs of stopping. Check out the photoshoot and candid interview we did with the songstress after the jump!
Since 2012, Chicago has become a mecca for some of the most influential artists in the industry. Artists such as Chance the Rapper, Kanye West, and Noname have all positioned themselves as leaders by putting their own take on signature Chicago sounds.
Recently, I caught up with Evie in between her set where she gave me the scoop on how she got into Djing and where she wants to see her newest project, Babes Only, grow to. Like anyone wanting to dive into a creative lane, she started a blog and eventually, began learning how to DJ firsthand from Smoko Ono, another prominent Chicago producer.
Model Lana J. - @official_lanaj kills the scene w/ @levelupmagazine ISS. #12. Directed by @mrtracks.
Baltimore's own DON C & Manny Be comes through with a heavy trap hitter entitled Trappin'. Trappin' is believed to be off DON C's upcoming mixtape Project Home Invasion. The song is produced by Cash Money Ap
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Directed + Edited by Aaron Perkins Jr @apjfilms
Chicago rap artists Young God & Yung Twan talks about hood hardships and their grind towards success.
International self produced recording artist SlickdotR from the UK talk exclusively with LEVEL-UP! MAGAZINE'S CEO MR.TRACKS about his love for hip hop and his latest single "GHETTO KYOTE".
Big Island bred and trained classically by the finest at UC Berkley, singer/songwriter Moni talks about her roots in music - specifically when she decided to take it to the next level, and what her goals are for her first album dropping this Spring.
Melbourne rap and bass artist Winston Anthony chops it up about his humble beginnings as an artist and uni student to the non stop grind that he is currently in with his brand today.
Do You C Me was a 2 year long project that took artist You C on a journey of discovery as an artist. "This project is more for the weirdos, the outcasts....." His musical likes range from Future to Tyler the Creator and being a comic book purveyor and fan of late 90's WuTang —You C unites the odd, strange, and unique listener to lyrical bars and a mix of comical play.
Born in Kenya, Africa — Tulani moved to Chicago at the age of four yet keeps a connection to home.At an early age, he took a liking to music. In second grade, he fell in love with the song “Fast Car” by Tracy Chapman— inspiring him to write music and strum the guitar.