KillerHipHop.com‘s affiliated website, RisingHype.com, features upcoming artists and their videos. RisingHype has featured CodeMan’s last two music videos, Marquette Memories (ft. Tricia Meyer) and Wrong One (ft. SIX). Now that the music video for Life Is A Party is officially out, RisingHype has officially featured it. To “Like” it on their site, simply click Hype directly below the video.
The brand new music video by CodeMan has officially released!
New York’s own Lowell Bekker invited CodeMan to be featured on the remix of his song “The Machine.” Regardless of the distance from New York to Michigan, they both collaborated on a music video for the song as well! Check it out here!! Also, pick up “The Machine” by Lowell Bekker ft. CodeMan & Tim Tincher HERE!
As we’re getting ready to film the upcoming music video for “Life Is A Party (ft. Lindsie Ann & Jaylz),” we want to invite YOU to be a part of it!! Click CONTACT and send CodeMan a message if you’re interested in being in the new video!
“Cody Stephenson has been through the block, let me tell you. You would never know he was diagnosed with a rare heart disease and is defying doctor beliefs to this day. He doesn’t let that stop him. His delivery on fresh hip hop stems from practice, turning down a record label, and continuing to impress.
I love the selection of music on this album. Although I believe that 18 is just way too many, when it comes to hip hop, most artists don’t seem to care. I can’t really pinpoint one that sucks which is a good thing. But that doesn’t mean it’s all beautiful.
Just as easily as I can’t pinpoint one that truly sucks I can’t find one that stands out as a true gem. It seems that they flow pretty evenly and you’ll either like it or not. There’s not a tremendous variety from song to song.
Codeman’s lyrics are nice too. They aren’t overdone and they aren’t as common as most others. The only downside is that he’s still developing his voice. His delivery is well but there still needs to be some polish. While the music is good for underground I don’t see it being mainstream as it sounds now. But I see and feel so much potential from this artist that I have nothing but love for what he’s doing here.
All in all, this is well worth checking out. The flow is smooth, the beats are good and his lyrics don’t suck. Seeing Codeman for an artist and gently looking at where he will be when his vocals are perfected you’d probably agree this album would soon raise from the 7 on the volume knob I give it.”
Daniel C. Morrison – Hip Rock Magazine
“Codeman delivers a powerful punch and a suave style that gets more than one bargains for. I enjoyed not only his music but there were hundreds of people talking about him and that’s something to shout out about. Stay tuned as we review this bright artist’s album in a near issue. I see this artist going far!” – Daniel C. Morrison for Hip Rock Magazine.