Music Industry News Network [11-07-2017]

Nebraska Rapper Fieldhouse Drops Music Video For "Die For Them" Featuring Thea Alana


For Immediate Release:

Nebraska Rapper Fieldhouse Drops Music Video for "Die For Them" Featuring Thea Alana

Nebraska hip-hop artist Fieldhouse has released a brand new video for his new C-Lance produced single "Die For Them" Featuring Thea Alana online at The track is the new single from Fieldhouse upcoming debut album "Under Pluto", which is set for release in early 2018.

Fieldhouse has been on the grind in the hip-hop scene climbing the ranks and cultivating new fans daily across North America. Rapping since he was a teenager, Fieldhouse was a member of the hip-hop collective Beyond, and shared the stage with rap legends Digital Underground, Foxy Brown, One Life and 2 Live Crew. After the demise of his former group, Fieldhouse came back swinging as a solo artist began working with high profile producers like Ari Levine (Bruno Mars) and recording tracks with Ray J, Chip Tha Ripper and Marty James for his debut album "Pressure". Upon the album's release, it instantly sold-out at various Best Buy locations in his home state and throughout the West Coast, as the album's title track "Pressure" picked up steam at radio at stations like Power 106 in Los Angeles.

After touring across the country in support of his debut album, Fieldhouse dropped his new C-Lance produced single "Bad Company" featuring Madchild from Juno Award-winning hip-hop group Swollen Members. The song immediately resonated with fans of underground hip-hop all across the globe and garnered nearly 100,000 via Spotify and Youtube. Fieldhouse followed up on the buzz of by teaming up with Slaine from La Coka Nostra on his second "Cutthroat". In early 2017, Fieldhouse dropped a new single featuring Demrick entitled "Tour De Force" and filmed a video for the clip with director Jesse Ray Diamond (Dizzy Wright, Locksmith) that will surface later this year.



Copyright © 1997-2018 MusicDish LLC, all rights reserved. Text, graphics, and HTML code are protected by US and International Copyright Laws, and may not be copied, reprinted, published, translated, hosted, or otherwise distributed by any means without explicit permission.