Tribe Mafia, the Texas-based hip-hop duo, has released their electrifying new single "Reach for the Stars," an irresistible dance anthem with a feel-good vibe, produced by the Grammy-nominated Phil Lewis. The song's mood is carefree, energetic, and upbeat, featuring a pop/electronic dance sound that can be compared to renowned artists like Chris Brown, Dua Lipa, Charlie Puth, and Benny Blanco. The positive and self-empowering message of the track is set to resonate with listeners worldwide as it debuted on the popular CW series "All American."
The dynamic duo of Chinasa Broxton and Carlos "Dashawn Daniels" Moore form the backbone of Tribe Mafia. The pair have toured with music icon Akon in South America, including a memorable performance in Sao Paolo, Brazil. They are also official performing artists at the prestigious SXSW Music Festival.
Drawing inspiration from diverse musical influences, Tribe Mafia's unique sound is a result of blending old-school hip-hop legends like Outkast, Nas, Ice Cube, Notorious B.I.G., Lil Wayne, and Drake with pop sensations such as Ed Sheeran, Michael Jackson, and Chris Brown. The duo also incorporates afro/indie vibes from artists like Burna Boy, Shiloh Dynasty, Koffee, Billie Eilish, Sublime, and My Chemical Romance, creating a captivating and infectious style that sets them apart from the rest.
Tribe Mafia's music has been prominently featured in TV shows and movies, proving their talent for creating tracks that sync perfectly with visual storytelling. Their song "Supposed to Do," also produced by Phillip Lewis, appeared in Season 4, Episode 4 of CBS's "Bob Hearts Abishola." Meanwhile, their music has been showcased in Season 5, Episodes 15 and 17 of CW's "All American," available for streaming on Netflix, Hulu, and Apple TV. Songs include "Hype me up," produced by Mr. Rey (episode 17), and the newly released "Reach for the Stars" (episode 15).
Their captivating tunes have also been included in several films, such as "My Partner" directed by Keli'I Grace, "Kendrick" directed by Marvin T. Finch, and " Heartbreak Falls" directed by John Michael Nolan. And "It Ain't What You Think It Is," directed by Crayton Gerst.
With the release of "Reach for the Stars," Tribe Mafia continues solidifying its presence in the music industry, creating memorable and inspiring tracks that leave an indelible mark on listeners. Prepare to be captivated by the infectious beat and uplifting message of Tribe Mafia's latest hit as you join them in reaching for the stars.