Indie Hip-Hop/ Rap Artist DMaze’s New Single “Tonight” Moves Up Billboard’s Hot RNB and Hot Singles Chart by Aileen Maybelle D. Cortez
November 10, 2012
It’s been a ‘d-mazing’ ride for hip hop and r&b mogul DMaze. His brand new single “Tonight” has been cruising from one overnight success to the other. The single continues its upward trend -- climbing up a notch Billboard’s Hot RNB Single’s chart from number 5 to a solid grip at number 4 this week. “Tonight” first debuted on Billboard’s Hot Singles chart at number 14 last week, then surfaced again with an amazing leap to number 10 this week.
Yes, that’s two back-to-back chart successes that hit the radio and online airwaves. The suave and sensual party beat of “Tonight” is produced by none other than ace record producer Dimarco. It’s both a chill and party song in one. Listening to “Tonight” sound great whether you’re just chillin’ in the car, or if you want to get the party started. It’s got a mesmerizing rhythm and dishes out heady doses of pure, unadulterated r&b/hiphop beats.
DMaze has always been driving along the indie route. He first uploaded the music video of “Tonight” on YouTube. And to his surprise, it zoomed to 300,000 views in two weeks.
DMaze is one of the prime hip-hop indie producers and owns the music label DMS Entertainment. His rather accidental and reluctant entry as a recording artist started out with the recording of “We Miss You”, a tribute song for his late father. Then soon afterwards, he unleashed the beats and grooves from within to produce a club-thumping party anthem entitled “Like This”, as a second single. Being an entrepreneur and head honcho of his own indie label, he enjoys the creative freedom that inspires him to keep going. “As far as the music industry, it's just like just being me. I'm not signed to a major, I'm not in a box. I just have my own freedom and I do whatever I want.”, says DMaze.
“Tonight” is now available for digital download via iTunes and other online music portals.
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