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New London Artist: Danni Jackson – So Sick @iamdannij


 

Danni Jackson is a 25 year old London based singer songwriter who’s sound fuses pop and contemporary R&B with elements of hip hop. Her debut single, ‘We Ain’t Got Love’ taken from her EP ‘W.D.K.Y’ was featured as BBC Intro South’s track of the day and described as ‘A breath of fresh air’. Danni finds influences in artists such as Jhene Aiko, Kendrick Lamar, Drake, Kwabs and JoJo.

Danni’s new single “So Sick” is an energetic pop smash sprinkled with R&B flavor. This story of desolation and heartbreak has all of the makings of an anthem and is brilliantly delivered via Danni’s silky notes and powerful voice. “So Sick” is sure to be Danni’s introduction to the world and a hint of the great things soon to follow.

New Artist: EARTHQUAKE INSTITUTE, “VAMPIRES ON THE CREEP” @earthquaketv




Simon “Sez” Styles and Spitball are Oxnard, California duo Earthquake Institute, presenting the music video for their new single “Vampires On The Creep”, directed by Nakia Secrest & Simon Styles. Their previous releases include Super B-Boy Pimpin’ (Soundcloud), and videos for “Take A Hit” (watch), “Super B-Boy Pimpin’ (watch), “Audible Rollercoaster” (watch), “Science Friction” (watch) and “Swerve” (watch).

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New Atlanta Artist: SKINNY-C “MC” @teamskinnyc @bigboibeats


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Atlanta rapper Skinny-C presents his new single “MC”. Produced by Young Buck collaborator BeatGodz, “Blow Strong” is the new single from Never Hungry Always Thirsty Vol. 2: Back For Seconds, his new album featuring Monsta Luther King, Loc Barz, F1Phat, Skolar B, Shod Cooley, and Holly Crew as well as production from Nobody Famous, SMKA, and On A Heist. “MC” comes on the heels of previous singles “Blow Strong” (listen) and “Couldn’t Feel Better” (listen). Volume 1 featured Kingpin Skinny Pimp, Alan Z, Ms Green, and Slim Dub (listen), landed on Thisis50.com, The Source, On the Rise Magazine, Hip Hop Since 1987, Mad Fresh Daily and Holiday Season Live, and spawned a music video for the single “Buried Treasure” (watch). As a result of a series of grassroots performance and fan engagement campaigns through the Southeast, Skinny-C caught the attention of Kevin Nottingham & Hipnott Records with the EP 110 (listen) and has sold more than 10,000 combined digital and hard copies of his 2010 release Mixtape Muzik Vol. 1: INTREPID and Mixtape Muzik Vol. 2: RHAPSODY. Since then, Skinny-C has performed at the 11th annual June-teenth Festival and the 5th Annual Texas Summer Music Conference. “‘MC’ defines an emcee by using only words that begin with ‘M’ and ‘C’ sequentially within the verses,” Skinny says. “This one of the most creative concepts that I have ever come up with and surprisingly one of the easiest to write.”

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New Boston Artist: M-DOT, “DREAMSCAPE” @mdotboston @marcopolobeats



Boston MC and EMS crew frontman M-Dot presents the music video for “Dreamscape”, the new single from EgO anD The EneMy, his forthcoming 2-part album featuring Method Man, Hi-Tek, Large Professor, Marley Marl, Buckwild, M-Phazes, Marco Polo, 7L, !llmind, Da Beatminerz and Snowgoons. “Dreamscape” is produced by Marco Polo (Masta Ace, Kool G Rap, Buckshot, Boot Camp Clik) and the video was shot by M-Dot and Miles Joyner in an abandoned mental asylum in western Massachusetts. “Dreamscape” comes on the heels of the release of animated visuals for EgO anD The EneMy single “Shine” featuring Method Man, Dominique Larue & Katy Gunn (watch) as well as an interactive 360 video for “123 Flow” (watch). M-Dot’s last full-length release was Jake LaDOTta featuring Ras Kass & Edo G (stream), and his discography includes Run MPC, Money Doesn’t Own Thought, Layer Cake and Making Doubters Over Think. M-Dot has won multiple awards in Boston and did a 2012 European tour with Slaughterhouse. “I always felt overlooked. This track was a refuge of sorts to the times I was continually slept on. This is my reprisal”. Disc 1 of egO anD The eneMy is due January 27th, 2017.

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New Latin Hip Hop Artist: LA NEFERA, “QUISQUEYA BELLA” @lanefera @ariannapuello @jakebeatz @mbfilms042



It’s safe to say there is no artist in the world like La Nefera. A female rapper holding her own in an industry dominated by male artists. A native of the Dominican Republic, rapping exclusively in Spanish, when most hiphop music is traditionally delivered in English. And doing it all from her adopted home of Switzerland. It is against this backdrop that she releases her new album A Lo Hecho Pecho (Spanish for ‘what’s done is done’), out today along with visuals for album track “Quisqueya Bella” featuring Latin Grammy nominee Arianna Puello, shot in the Dominican Republic and Mexico by 19-year-old director Miguel Alejandro. ALHP is released courtesy of Empire Music, the Swiss record label led by CEO Matthieu “MDB” Siegenthaler whose team is responsible for releases with Sonny Seeza (ONYX), Saigon, N.B.S., Mr. Cheeks (Lost Boyz) and more. Production is provided by Pearlbeatz, TOWITEDITS, Meister Lampe, DJ Tron and Thomas “Jakebeatz” Hof, who also directed both music videos from the album so far: “A Lo Hecho Pecho” (watch) and “Odio” (watch). Born in the Dominican Republic, La Nefera moved to Switzerland in her teens, forming the WS Crew which released the Nuestra Frequenzia EP in 2009. She is also part of female group Vybezbilder, which released the Skillz On Firealbum in 2015 (stream on Soundcloud). “We Dominicans call our homeland ‘Quisqueya Bella’,” says La Nefera. “This name has the origin in the Taino language, the spoken language of the first people lived on this island before the colonial powers of Spain and France came. I wanted to write this song, because a reason why I do music is to keep connected with my culture; juggling with my mother tongue, spreading latin vibes, heart, heat and love. That’s what the refrain is about. I asked Arianna Puello for doing a rap part. She is a very strong and known female rapper in the Spanish spoken areas. I appreciate her music so much especially when i started doing rap. She is also a Dominican woman who grow up in Europe. Her part is more critical, showing the dark side of our country and my part is rather showing why we – in spite of everything – still love and miss our home.”

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New FL Artist: OTOWN MARCO, “BLITZ” @otownmarco @nassacre @theshadesound @justsethhh]


19-year-old Orlando, Florida rapper Otown Marco presents the Nassacre-directed music video for “Blitz”, his new single produced by The Shade and Lonewolf. Marco has performed alongside Joey Bada$$, Tory Lanez, Curren$y, Lil Durk and Caskey. His previous releases include 2015’s Studio Nights EP (Soundcloud) and Blue December (Soundcloud). “We created the beat and I wrote ‘Blitz’ in less than a day,” says Marco. “I think that was just the vibe and how freely the song came together. I wanted to give people something that had a chill party vibe musically and represent that the video, but ‘Blitz’ serves as a reintroduction to my fans, prepping them for my next wave of music.”

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New Cali Artist: MODERN LANGUAGE “MADLAB” @modern_language @lucidoptics @museumuk @illogic614



California emcee Lucid Optics and UK producer Museum are Modern Language, presenting “Madlab”, their new single from An Offer You Can Totally Refuse, their forthcoming album out now. “Madlab” features a guest appearance from Ohio emcee Illogic, who with Lucid Optics forms the duo Lucid Logic (stream “Penciled In” on Soundcloud). Lucid and Museum first met when they performed on the same bill at a show in San Francisco, and have been collaborating digitally ever since, releasing the OK Txt Me EP in 2015 (stream on Bandcamp). Lucid Optics is part of the Iscape collective, and has performed alongside Blueprint, Louis Logic and Milo. “Museum doesn’t know it, but this beat was the greatest twentieth birthday present I could’ve asked for,” says Lucid. “I was in a lot of turmoil in that period and still getting used to all the chaos around me. The main theme is realizing the power and potential human beings have while being surrounded by people who don’t. I also met one of my favorite artists while we were working on this project and we became friends after playing a show at the Honey Hive in San Francisco. I think my verse leaves room and unanswered questions, which isn’t always a bad thing, but Illogic really ties it together with that sort of spoken word piece. I’m super grateful to be working on more music with both of these dudes.”

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New NY Group: THE ALLIYANCE, “VOICES” @thealliyance @ikp4president @rwswanny @baddassbilly @earthtonemuziq @gdafunkdrspot]


East coast LGBT rap collective The AlliYance presents the G. Addison-directed music video for “Voices”, a track from Introducing… The Alliyance, their new EP featuring Booder, Jason Black and Kaoz. The EP has been nominated for Best Urban EP at the 2016 Independent Music Awards. Comprised of I.K.P., who recently dropped visuals for “You Know The Drill” (watch), Billy Hood, EarthTone and producer/engineer Swanny River, The AlliYance’s first collaboration was the “I Be On It” single (watch the music video). The Alliyance recently released visuals for “Cake” (Youtube) as well as the “Seltzer Water” single (stream) from the Prequel mixtape which dropped July 1 (stream). “Swanny did the track and the dark vibe gave the rough idea for the hook,” I.K.P. says about the track. “It wasn’t until everybody spit their verses that the real message of the song came alive. We talk about real-world struggles of everything from identity issues, to perseverance in the face of discrimination and envy. When we did the video, it became a reflection of that same message as we personify our own demons.”

New freestyle: Tamara Bubble


Tamara Bubble decided to creep up on you with a brand new Halloweenthemed freestyle video.

Press play for a quick music break if you’re knee deep in making those last minute changes to your halloween party, costumes and make up, etc. Or maybe right before you turn on a scary movie if you’re just planning to chill instead.

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New BK Artist: SUPAWAVE OSBOURNE, “IRON FIST 5” @supawaveosbourne @vastaire2090 @thedoubleab @alexmercadofilm


Brooklyn, New York emcee SupaWave Osbourne presents the Alex Mercado-directed music video for “Iron Fist 5”, his Tone X-produced new single featuring Vast Aire of Cannibal Ox, Double AB, Mo Iz Real and An Hobbes. The video was premiered on Mass Appeal Magazine’s site (view). Osbourne is prepping for the release of The Mandela Effect, his forthcoming album dropping in 2017. Representing Brooklyn’s Bushwick and Flatbush sections, SupaWave has collaborated with Vast Aire of Cannibal Ox and Copywrite, and has shared the stage with the likes of MF DOOM, Sean Price and Machine Gun Kelly. Osbourne recently released visuals for his single “Left Shoes” (watch). Osbourne says “Iron Fist” came together “one special night after heavy sessions of building on general knowledge and ancient wisdom. The 5 MCs here each functioning as individuals and as parts of a whole – like fingers, and like fingers they form to make a hold that is strong. in this case, iron strong. They form the iron fist to knock out all haters and opposition to the strong flows. Vast Aire is the thumb/the grip, Double A.B. the index/the pointer, SupaWave Osbourne the middle finger/F.U., Mo Iz Real – The Ring/Kiss the Ring, An Hobbes- The Pinky/The brain.”

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New NC Artist: SILENT T, “REMEMBER MY NAME” @yaboysilentt33 @jmactheproducer


North-Carolina based, Midwest-bred rapper Silent T presents “Remember My Name”, a single from his new EP Like You’ve Been There Before (stream on Soundcloud), featuring contributions from alFa, Rollova Beats and Ameer Amazin. “Remember My Name” features Crystal Hilaire and is produced by J-Mac (Ghostface Killah, Cyhi The Prince, Vado). “Everyone can relate to this track,” says T. “Everybody’s been through the fire and everybody’s been through a fight on the way to achieving success. I want this to inspire people to embrace the entire process, obstacles and all, and spark them to chase what they want.”

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New NO Artist: The Essence- Soul Man @the_essence_504


MC J-Dubble and DJ/producer are Rik Ducci are New Orleans duo The Essence, presenting their new single “Soul Man”. J-Dubble and Ducci joined forces after recording their instant classic, “Ducci Don’t Trip” from Rik Ducci’s Pride 4 Lunch Sleep 4 Dinner EP series, and went on to record their self-titled 2015 album (Bandcamp). J-Dubble has shared stages Rakim, KRS-One, The Hieroglyphics and Ras Kass, and Rik Ducci has been a tour DJ for Busta Rhymes, Camp Lo and the Beatnuts. Together they’ve opened for Large Professor, Illa J, Elzhi and KRS-One. Ducci says “Soul Man” was “J-Dubble’s idea. We sat one day before a show talking about the killings of innocent unarmed black men by police and the lifestyle inequality that still exists, from filling out a job application to even booking an AirBnB. J spoke from the heart and we ended up with ‘Soul Man’.” The Essence are working on their second LP, Cold Plates.

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HEAT! New Jersey Artist: RICKY RUDE, “BE ABOUT IT” f. AR-AB @rudericky @assaultrifleab @brainwavebeats @highdepinition]


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South Jersey rapper Ricky Rude has released his new hard hitting single, “Be About It” featuring Philly’s AR-AB. The two rappers exchange aggressive verses outlining their day to day lives on the Brainwave produced track. “It’s about being who you say you are and standing on your own and being fearless,” explains Rude.

 

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New UK Artist: Michaelangelo Kudo – “The Rain @shoshokudoofc


“Music, Melodies & Me” is a unique sounding album that portrays the mindframe of the then 17-year-old Michaelangelo Kudo as well as an exclusive raw insight into his universe. With all the songs written by him and executive produced by Chris Mandiangu (who also played live instruments for “I Love You Girl (For All Time)” such as the guitar, bass, keyboard and drums); this album experiments with all types of genres ranging from pop, R&B to Afro-Soul.

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New NO Bounce Artist: DJ Yamin (Professor Shorthair), Quickie Mart and Tony Skratchere-NOLA Bounce Breaks V1 @quickiemart


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DJ Yamin (aka Professor Shorthair), Quickie Mart and Tony Skratchere have created the very first New Orleans Bounce Battle Break record! This 7” contains exclusive samples not found anywhere else from NOLA Bounce artists such as 5th Ward Weebie, BJ So Cole and Hasizzle. It also provides all you DJ’s with the classic scratch sounds that you’ve all come to know and love (“Beep, Ahh Yeah, Fresh”). Doubles are advised and get ready to shake dat ass! Side A contains three scratch sentences full of NOLA Bounce samples, classic scratch phrases and drum breaks. Side B contains one continuous New Orleans Bounce battle break for DJ’s and Producers alike.
Limited to 500 copies. Original artwork by King Lario. Comes on red clear vinyl.

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New ATL Artist: Cool Amerika “Movie” ft Cho Cho Dir: Stupid Geniuses @1coolamerika #amg4ever #promovatican


Cool Amerika “Movie” Director by Stupid Geniuses, via Alliance Music Group In association with Empire Distribution. This track is featured on Cool Amerika’s “No Taxes 2” mixtape (no DJ version here: http://bit.ly/CoolAmerikaNT2).

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New ATL Artist: J Cutta- Summer of Sam @datsjcutta @blasianbeats @rogertorabi




Atlanta rapper/producer J Cutta presents “Summer Of Sam”, his new single produced by Lil Wayne producer Blasian Beats. J’s last album was Life, Lies & Luxury (stream on Bandcamp), which spawned the single “Livin” (watch the music video). J has produced for the Youngbloodz, the Dungeon Family (click here to hear “Fall Back”), has opened for Soulja Boy and has been featured on mixtapes with DJ Scream and DJ Teknikz. The idea and the creation of the song came from good vibes in the studio,” J says of the new single. “I wrote a few different hooks for this track and this one just stuck. It has the chant and anthem feel. It’s that gym work it and blast music in the car on the way to the club type of song. I ran the track back a few times and felt like it jelled together.”

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New Harlem Neo Soul Group: Cab Cabernet feat. VonQwest & Noni Kai, prod. by J. Bless @krushedgrapes @nonikai



Harlem-based rapper/producer/director and Krushed Grapes Lifestyle owner Cab Cabernet presents the music video for “The Ritz (The Lifestyle Pt. 2)”, his new single produced by J Bless and featuring Noni Kai and VonQwest. The song is a sequel to Cab’s previous release “The Lifestyle” (watch the music video) as well as a Hip-Hop cover of Irving Berlin’s “Puttin’ On The Ritz”. The track will appear on Krushed Grapes: Harlem Vintage, his forthcoming album also featuring Kat Starr Johnson and Priciliya Marie as well as production from Roddy Rod, RTNC (the producer behind Your Old Droog’s album), Declat, Tigga-Bounce, Frank Lotz and White Indian. “The Ritz” comes on the heels of the music video for “So Sophisticated” (watch), “Suspect” (watch), Cab’s remix of Jidenna’s “Classic Man” (listen), and the “Maiden Harlem” video (watch). Formerly known as Hanif-Jamiyl of New England group Maspyke (of whom Roddy Rod is also a member, Cabernet performed alongside Mos Def, Q-Tip, Slick Rick and EPMD, co-founded Bukarance Records, and ghostwrote for numerous artists before reinventing himself in 2006, founding a private all-male escort service catering only to female clients and opening a cigar lounge. In 2009 he released the album Krushed Grapes (listen on Soundcloud) and the following year he unveiled Krushed Grapes Footwear, its signature sneaker billed as the world’s first wine lifestyle sneaker (watch the new promo video). He has also announced the fall 2016 addition of the Maduro, billed as “the quintessential cigar lifestyle sneaker”, 100% handmade in Italy. KG Lifestyle also produces handmade leather accessories including wine carriers, cigar cases, briefcases, wallets and hats, sold and customized at the customer’s request.

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New NJ Artist: Miss Nana- Got Damn @therealmissnana


You might remember her as a teenager shutting down every major arena in America including Madison Square Garden, sharing the stage with Bow Wow, Chris Brown, Ciara & Trey Songz. Fast forward to Now a young adult Tanyshwia “Miss Nana “Stokes is ready to conquer the music industry as a triple threat. Rapping, dancing and singing are only the beginning of what’s this talented beautiful artist from rough streets of Newark NJ is capable of.

While talking a few years hiatus from music Nana shifted gears to live the college life! College wasn’t enough to stop her from jumping knee deep back into her passion. After the college bills and her success in College! Nana couldn’t ignore her true calling! She simply couldn’t ignore the one thing she truly loved! A new era has manifested its self and she has now shifted to recording a variation of styles of hip-hop from lyrical which she’s known for, to more melodic flows like in her Debut single ” nobody’s business” ( We Lit ) Miss Nana was determined to give her long lost fans more than just lyrics this time around.

The new single Nobody’s business” also has a dope Video which features cameos from Hip-Hop legends Red Man & Treach of naughty by nature who refers to her as “Niecy” Nana the Princess of Newark.

With already paying major dues in the music business and still grinding full-time , this young vet has gained so much experience. All while being upheld by her father Big7 and his production company Newark illustrated! Big7’s been her driving force and guide since day one.

Miss Nana got her 1st break when Talk Show Host Wendy Williams heard her free styling and instantly awarded her a management contract & continuous airplay on 107.5 WBLS radio station. All of which has made Miss Nana a household name in the tri-state area! This exposure transcended the Tri state and eventually caught the attention of Bow Wow .

It’s now 2016 and Miss Nana is Gearing up for her summer “We lit” promo tour and is working hard on her summer EP release. Miss Nana is definitely on her way to Hip-Hop stardom.

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New Artist: Reese Chubbs & Jaquae- Oh No @reesechubbs @dumpit


The making of a great artist is their ability to tell a good story. Every artist has a story to tell. Reese Chubbs and Jaquae is ready to they his story through all of its bumps and bruises and twists and turns and he tells it well. One listen to him and you will know why he has everyone’s ear.

Check out other reviews at:

https://whitelabel.net & http://www.xxlmag.com/rap-music/new-music/2016/09/reese-chubbs-and-jaquae-drop-oh-no/
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New NY Artist: SHORTS, “REALLY GOT IT” @fuckshorts


White Plains, New York rapper Shorts presents his freestyle over Jerreau’s “Really Got It” instrumental, with an appearance from Loose. Shorts recently released visuals for his single “Right Now” (watch) from his new EP Long Story Short. Shorts also has released visuals for “Good Space” (watch) and “Money” (watch) as well as freestyles over “Needed Me” (listen) and “100 Racks” (listen).

New TN Artist: AD Dinero- “Like You Know Me” produced by Chase the Great @ADDinero


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The Chattanooga, Tennessee music scene has been on a steady up rise since Isaiah Rashad signed to Indy label, TDE. It has allowed other artists with their own unique sound to be discovered and given their own platform. Here we have Chattanooga’s own AD Dinero who comes with the tasteful R&B banger, “Like You Know Me.” Its is currently killing the air waves and in constant rotation on the Chattanooga Peoples radio station Power 94 as well as Chattanooga’s media outlet Nooga.com

In “Like You Know Me” AD Sings over the smooth production of another Tennessee native Chase Tha Great, intern for label Street Execs. AD sings melodic tunes over sultry pianos and is guaranteed to make your head nod. He dives into the explicit details of relationships and how they can be affected by money and experience. But regardless of the approach, the execution lays his own inspiration at the altar of ’90s R&B and hip-hop—there’s a strong sense of identity with AD finding and holding on to a distinct personality that splits his musical perceptions apart and forms a cohesive melodic perspective.

New Artist: @1kingleez & Guce- Shinin on Em


Earlier this year King Leez let loose the featured-studded album Supreme Being that hosted noteworthy verses from Pusha T, Kevin Gates and Raz Simone. Following up that effort this summer, Leez returned with west coast legends Guce and Kokane for the foreshadowing clapper Just That Type from the upcoming collab project Bully Lyfe. Today Leez and Guce follow up with “Shinin On Em.” The 1st Born instrumental taps into a deep, rolling bass canvas and utilizes a hot sample of The Three Degrees “Golden Lady” on the hook between Leez and Guce’s tales of overcoming a myriad of adversities to shine on everyone in their way.

New Artist: Suni MF Solomon- Fake Atlanta S**t @



Suni MF Solomon is a rising female hip hop star, who is quickly making a name for herself in Atlanta competitive independent music scene. After taking time to take her music on tour to New York, North Carolina, New Orleans, and Texas, to promote her mixtape “A Nigga Moment”, Suni MF is BACK with NEW MUSIC! After being featured on Sway in the Morning’s Friday Fire Cypher Suni decided to drop a BRAND NEW HONEST song entitled, Fake Atlanta Shit. In this song Suni speaks on the politics in the Atlanta indie music scene everyone seems to adore. She speaks on how most artist interact with each other, and overall how as a local you’re bound to feel that fake love we all know about but never speak up on. “Some people will be offended some people are gonna feel it” – Suni MF

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New DMV Artist: Noochie “Product Of The DMV” Hosted By Bigga Rankin @noochiemusic @biggarankin00



Noochie “Product Of The DMV” hosted by Bigga Rankin (Real Ni**a Radio) , via OY Music Group In association with Empire Distribution. This mixtape will serve as a guide as Noochie takes you on a lyrical journey through the Life and Times of Washington DC’s Next To Blow Artist. Noochie proudly puts DC on his back and is ready to bring his City out The “GUTTA”


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01- DMV Intro
02- Knock Knock
03- The Interview
04- Fuc’em
05- KickBack
06- HENNYTHING
07- IWIA
08- One Day
09- Memory
10- Bout To Blow
11- Trust Nobody
12- Jerome
13- Gutta
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Legendary Artist: Billy Danze of M.O.P- “6 O’CLOCK BRIEFING” @billdanzemop @webuildhits @quinceytones



Brooklyn emcee and M.O.P. co-frontman Billy Danze presents the music video for his new single “6 O’Clock Briefing”. The track is produced by Quincey Tones, also known for his work with Ghostface Killah, Busta Rhymes and Jay Electronica. Danze has been releasing music for over 20 years as half of M.O.P., and has worked with DJ Premier, Jay-Z, Guru, 50 Cent, Wu-Tang Clan, Kool G Rap and Mobb Deep. He’s currently in the studio with Doc Ish, the Grammy-winning producer behind collaborations with Eminem, Ne-Yo and Talib Kweli. “Some may see this as a song,” Billy says about the new single. “But it has nothing to do with music, It’s my view of whats happening in my country. We talk to each other about the issues affecting our country, we march and protest, but we never ask the president how he feels. Understanding how things work, I say ‘we know you did what you had to do’. The president has done his best. But as a man, does he see what’s going on in this country?” “6 O’Clock Briefing” is out now on Danze’s We Build Hits imprint.

New Artist: Sno Cold – Fast Money (Producer: No Mercy Records) @snocoldmusic


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Sno Cold “Fast Money” , via No Mercy Records.This track delivers hard hitting basslines with clever wordplay. Sno Cold, Florida native is gearing up for her EP release ‘SNO COLD” due some time later this year.

New Artist: Eddie Fish- Trap Godz @Eddy_Fish @2spr


Eddy Fish – “Trap Godz”

Up and coming Hip Hop artist Eddy Fish unveils his brand new single “Trap Godz” to his fans and new fans alike. The hugely anticipated new single “Trap Godz” is poised to be a hit following his popular smash hit single, “Whole Lotta Money ft. Yo Gotti .”

Fans will have the opportunity to have an exclusive first listen to the much-anticipated new single “Trap Godz” from Eddy Fish live with his upcoming East Coast tour and through iTunes.

The new single “Trap Godz” from Eddy Fish is available on SoundCloud.

New Artist: Rhythm Express ft Michael Dunston- The Ghetto


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In the late 60s’ early 70s’ the ghetto was the story along with the war in Vietnam, police brutality, the love generation, – peaceful and violent demonstrations leading to riots in the streets. The nightly news focused the long lens on these neighborhoods, the injustice and the need to properly service and then one day all memory of the areas were erased from the public conscience as television turned its attention to celebrity worship, automobile carnage and sensationalist stories. News coverage went blank as the upper class prospered. It was the oral impressions, the rhythm and poetry of those communities summed up in verse and melody and performed by artist like Don Hathaway, Phyllis Dillon, War, Curtis Mayfield, Bill Withers, and others that documented the struggle and delivered the message community to community, one DJ at a time.

 

 

 

 

“I wrote ‘Black Lives Matter’ because today some have long forgotten and have created an atmosphere that we can no longer trust. Fifty years ago we marched on Selma, Alabama – today its Ferguson, Missouri, New York, DC, Detroit, world-wide – even here in Toronto. For me, nothing says it better than a song that puts the whole situation on blast, along with Donnie’s back drop – ‘The Ghetto.’ Let’s not forget – Black Lives Matter! – for real,” – Michael Dunston.

Within large urban areas, the American ghettos of the 60’s and 70’s became tenement prisons housing impoverishment African American families and over time dissolved into ancestral encampments.
The term ‘ghetto’ had its beginnings in the Jewish Quarter of Venice in 1516, a place where Venetians insisted Jews live. Between 1880 and 1920 America absorbed wave after wave of ethnic relocation from Southern and Eastern Europe.

These areas were segregated by language, heritage, culture and economic circumstance. The most well-known were New York’s Lower East Side, Little Italy, East Harlem, and Chicago’s South Side – every major American city had settlements promising a new beginning for those fleeing persecution, discrimination, war, and poverty. The black experience centered on northern cities where there was greater liberty and opportunities as many African Americans relocated from the Old South 1914-1950. White America countered with a mass exodus to the suburbs.

Life in ghetto was at times hazardous, creative, communal, and destructive and most times; hopeless. From this came artists, musicians, poets, writers, entertainers, athletes, professionals, criminals – the voices, the leaders who never forgot their roots -in most cases preserving those memories in art, literature and song.

In the late 60s’ early 70s’ the ghetto was the story along with the war in Vietnam, police brutality, the love generation, – peaceful and violent demonstrations leading to riots in the streets. The nightly news focused the long lens on these neighborhoods, the injustice and the need to properly service and then one day all memory of the areas were erased from the public conscience as television turned its attention to celebrity worship, automobile carnage and sensationalist stories. News coverage went blank as the upper class prospered. It was the oral impressions, the rhythm and poetry of those communities summed up in verse and melody and performed by artist like Don Hathaway, Phyllis Dillon, War, Curtis Mayfield, Bill Withers, and others that documented the struggle and delivered the message community to community, one DJ at a time.

Through perilous wars – rising income inequality and the elevation of the one percent the planet has greater swaths of concrete ghettos. The Rhythm Express returns with two profound songs (Women of the Ghetto/The Ghetto), that in their time, spoke eloquently of the hardship, danger and futility millions felt tucked out of sight of the well-heeled.

Nearly every country, every tropical island, every region of the planet has constructed barriers shielding the money makers from the underclass. Artificial ghettos flourish and will continue to oppress, diminish and deny unless we recognize the existing hardships and learn to share and care and face this with compassion, education, mediation and universal action.

Michael Dunston has long revered singer/songwriter Don Hathaway. In 1970 Hathaway released one of the seminal recordings of the times, “Don Hathaway Live,” recorded at Greenwich Village’s, The Bitter End. It’s was the near seven minute Latin/jazz treatment to Hathaway/Leroy Hudson’s, “The Ghetto” that played street to street, neighborhood to neighborhood – a declaration of pride and resourcefulness. Dunston reshapes the two chord jam by penning original lyrics that reflect not only Hathaway’s times but the episodes of police brutality 2015 in Ferguson, Missouri, Dallas, Tulsa, Quinlan, Texas, New Jersey, and South Carolina – state after state.
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Black Lives Matter:
“The say that black lives matter but when the man arrives they scatter. Even with their hands up, still shot down and covered up. The only way to keep it real, we need the truth to be revealed. The only way to right the ship, we need a change in leadership. Day after day, night after night, I keep on living this ghetto lie. From coast to coast, nation to nation, the ghetto screams of frustration. If you live in my skin, you’ll never figure out the groove I’m in. If you try to walk in my shoes, and take a wrong step, you’re bound to lose. Let’s be clear, not hesitate, been down to long, no time to waste. Mother’s crying – sons are dying. Fathers broken – they give up trying. I know one day, we will overcome. And we’ll break this ghetto down, one by one. In the ghetto you have to be strong. Show a sign of weakness and you’ll be long gone. “

Both sides feature arrangements/production and keyboard work by Bill King, drums – Everton ’Pablo’ Paul, guitar/engineer – Shane ‘Shaky J’ Forrest, bass/artwork design – Jesse ‘Dubmatix’ King. The Ghetto features a splendid horn section with a riveting trumpet solo from William Sperandei – Christopher Butcher trombone and Bobby Hsu alto sax, percussion by Everton Paul and Jorge Luis Torres. Recorded at Side Door Records.

The Ghetto: Writer(s): Donny Edward Hathaway, Leroy Hutson, Alfred Eaton, Todd Anthony Shaw, Donny Hathaway –

Copyright: Universal Music – Z Tunes LLC, Kuumba Music, Peer International Corp., Universal Music – Z Songs, Don-pow Music, Universal Music – Mgb Songs.

Black Lives Matter: Writer/Publisher – Michael Dunston – SOCAN

New EDM Artist: Juan Donovan (@juandonovan) – “Vertigo” @juandonovan


Producer/DJ Juan Donovan delivers an EDM smash, with his new single “Vertigo”. Filled with a ton of energy, smooth synch notes, thumping bass, and a sultry female lead on vocals, “Vertigo” is a must have for DJs, party goers, and music lovers of all kinds!

New Artist: Polar – “That Ain’t No Money” feat. Gucci Mane @I_AMPOLARBEAR @gucci1017


Brand new music from Chicago’s own Polar “That Ain’t No Money” featuring Gucci Mane. “New heat from me, and the #1 Trap God of the south Guwop ya digg! We making history with this one, its a timeless record and it will be around no expiration date on this one, cause who don’t wanna get money and stunt and show these haters how real Bosses get down!” says Polar. In 2015 Polar had everyone going crazy with his iPhone Twerk’n single, lookout for the “That Ain’t No Money” video coming soon.

New UK Artist: Fabian Secon- Don’t Disturb (EP) @FabianSecon


British singer-songwriter Fabian Secon has released his debut EP entitled Don’t Disturb, available now as a free download on Soundcloud.

The 5-track EP is glued together by Fabian’s hypnotic vocal quality and tone, putting the listener in a “Don’t Disturb” zone. A deep focus and chill progressive R&B feel, with production courtesy of Nyge, BeatBoss, Lucas Secon and Fabian himself.

Don’t Disturb EP sets up his next wave, as Fabian is currently in Toronto already working on follow-up EP’s with the likes of Wondagurl,‎ 5ive, ill-e, CVRE and many others.

New Artist: Dominique Marogani – Green @DMAROGANI @virdiko #teambiggarankin #promovatican


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GREEN brings a more dynamic account of Marogani’s lifestyle. With a highly charged delivery, raw and descriptive at times accompanied by Metro Boomin stellar effort on the boards.

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New De La Soul ft Usher- Greyhounds @WeAreDeLaSoul @usher New Album coming Tomorrow


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A3C Festival [Schedule & Line-Up]
Performers Include: Rick Ross, Bone Thugs N’ Harmony, Redman and Def Squad’s Erick Sermon & Keith Murray, Bun B, Cam’ron, Too $hort, Austin Millz, Bryan-Michael Cox, Chase N. Cashe, Cormega, DJ Nabs, DJ Jelly, DJ Toomp, K.A.A.N., Kelechi, Kid Capri, Lowkey, Mr. DJ, OJ Da Juiceman, Planet Asia, Rapper Big Pooh, Bahamadia, Scotty ATL, Sosamann, Starlito, Smokepurpp, Sy Ari Da Kid, Kweku Collins, J.I.D, Tall Black Guy, Zoey Dollaz and HUNDREDS MORE STILL TO BE ANNOUNCED.
A3C Conference [Schedule & Line-Up]
Speakers Include: Anthony Saleh (Freebandz), Brandon Hixon (De La Soul), Justin Boland (Pandora), YesJulz (YesJulz Agency), James Andrews (SMASHD Group), James Cuthbert (Sprite), Ryan Leslie (Artist/Entrepreneur), Too $hort, Mike McGarry (Fitzgerald & Co.), Aaron Reid (Epic Records), Shanti Das, Corey Smith (MLB), Jonathan Mannion (Photographer), William Warren Jr. (Mitchell & Ness), Steve DiCecco (Reebok), Kameron Dabney (Dailymotion), Fab 5 Freddy, Bassel Naaman (DASH RADIO), Demont Callender (AM Only) Vanessa Satten (XXL Magazine), Organized Noize, Maurice Garland (Hip Hop Wired), Ernie Talbert (Under Armour), Jeff Sledge (Atlantic Records), Brian Young (The Shade Room), Reggie “Combat Jack” Osse, Keinon Johnson (Interscope Records) and Joshua “Hip-Hop” Kyambo and DOZENS MORE STILL TO BE ANNOUNCED.

New Artist: Esohel- Nacho Usual @Esohel


Esohel releases Nacho Usual featuring Atl’s Kap G along side Chicago bretheren Navarro and Phero with production by PLA, Custom Made and 21 Grams.

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 A3C Festival [Schedule & Line-Up] 

Performers Include: Rick Ross, Bone Thugs N’ Harmony, Redman and Def Squad’s Erick Sermon & Keith Murray, Bun B, Cam’ron, Too $hort, Austin Millz, Bryan-Michael Cox, Chase N. Cashe, Cormega, DJ Nabs, DJ Jelly, DJ Toomp, K.A.A.N., Kelechi, Kid Capri, Lowkey, Mr. DJ, OJ Da Juiceman, Planet Asia, Rapper Big Pooh, Bahamadia, Scotty ATL, Sosamann, Starlito, Smokepurpp, Sy Ari Da Kid, Kweku Collins, J.I.D, Tall Black Guy, Zoey Dollaz and HUNDREDS MORE STILL TO BE ANNOUNCED.
A3C Conference [Schedule & Line-Up]
Speakers Include: Anthony Saleh (Freebandz), Brandon Hixon (De La Soul), Justin Boland (Pandora), YesJulz (YesJulz Agency), James Andrews (SMASHD Group), James Cuthbert (Sprite), Ryan Leslie (Artist/Entrepreneur), Too $hort, Mike McGarry (Fitzgerald & Co.), Aaron Reid (Epic Records), Shanti Das, Corey Smith (MLB), Jonathan Mannion (Photographer), William Warren Jr. (Mitchell & Ness), Steve DiCecco (Reebok), Kameron Dabney (Dailymotion), Fab 5 Freddy, Bassel Naaman (DASH RADIO), Demont Callender (AM Only) Vanessa Satten (XXL Magazine), Organized Noize, Maurice Garland (Hip Hop Wired), Ernie Talbert (Under Armour), Jeff Sledge (Atlantic Records), Brian Young (The Shade Room), Reggie “Combat Jack” Osse, Keinon Johnson (Interscope Records) and Joshua “Hip-Hop” Kyambo and DOZENS MORE STILL TO BE ANNOUNCED.

New Artist: OTB Fastlane “Mess Up The Hood” @OTB_fastlane @otb_fastlane via @virdiko #promovatican #lavishways #offthebloc #1waymarketingandpromotions #hiphop #rap #teambiggarankin #coredjs #coolrunningdjs #coast2coastdjs


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OFF THE BLOC & 1 WAY OUT Marketing & Promotions presents OTB Fastlane “Fu*k Up The Hood” produced by Rocmo A Check powered by lavish Ways ENT and The Promo Vatican.

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A3C Festival [Schedule & Line-Up]
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A3C Conference [Schedule & Line-Up]
Speakers Include: Anthony Saleh (Freebandz), Brandon Hixon (De La Soul), Justin Boland (Pandora), YesJulz (YesJulz Agency), James Andrews (SMASHD Group), James Cuthbert (Sprite), Ryan Leslie (Artist/Entrepreneur), Too $hort, Mike McGarry (Fitzgerald & Co.), Aaron Reid (Epic Records), Shanti Das, Corey Smith (MLB), Jonathan Mannion (Photographer), William Warren Jr. (Mitchell & Ness), Steve DiCecco (Reebok), Kameron Dabney (Dailymotion), Fab 5 Freddy, Bassel Naaman (DASH RADIO), Demont Callender (AM Only) Vanessa Satten (XXL Magazine), Organized Noize, Maurice Garland (Hip Hop Wired), Ernie Talbert (Under Armour), Jeff Sledge (Atlantic Records), Brian Young (The Shade Room), Reggie “Combat Jack” Osse, Keinon Johnson (Interscope Records) and Joshua “Hip-Hop” Kyambo and DOZENS MORE STILL TO BE ANNOUNCED.

New Artist: 1Hunnud- If I Ever @1hunnud via @ellisparkllc @virdiko #teambiggarankin


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1Hunnud “If I Ever” produced by Fresh Money , via Wildlyfe Ent.. With a heavy bass line and a familiar sound, Feesh Money samples “Shai” to give 1Hunnud what is sure to be a street classic and Bedroom favorite.

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A3C Festival [Schedule & Line-Up]
Performers Include: Rick Ross, Bone Thugs N’ Harmony, Redman and Def Squad’s Erick Sermon & Keith Murray, Bun B, Cam’ron, Too $hort, Austin Millz, Bryan-Michael Cox, Chase N. Cashe, Cormega, DJ Nabs, DJ Jelly, DJ Toomp, K.A.A.N., Kelechi, Kid Capri, Lowkey, Mr. DJ, OJ Da Juiceman, Planet Asia, Rapper Big Pooh, Bahamadia, Scotty ATL, Sosamann, Starlito, Smokepurpp, Sy Ari Da Kid, Kweku Collins, J.I.D, Tall Black Guy, Zoey Dollaz and HUNDREDS MORE STILL TO BE ANNOUNCED.
A3C Conference [Schedule & Line-Up]
Speakers Include: Anthony Saleh (Freebandz), Brandon Hixon (De La Soul), Justin Boland (Pandora), YesJulz (YesJulz Agency), James Andrews (SMASHD Group), James Cuthbert (Sprite), Ryan Leslie (Artist/Entrepreneur), Too $hort, Mike McGarry (Fitzgerald & Co.), Aaron Reid (Epic Records), Shanti Das, Corey Smith (MLB), Jonathan Mannion (Photographer), William Warren Jr. (Mitchell & Ness), Steve DiCecco (Reebok), Kameron Dabney (Dailymotion), Fab 5 Freddy, Bassel Naaman (DASH RADIO), Demont Callender (AM Only) Vanessa Satten (XXL Magazine), Organized Noize, Maurice Garland (Hip Hop Wired), Ernie Talbert (Under Armour), Jeff Sledge (Atlantic Records), Brian Young (The Shade Room), Reggie “Combat Jack” Osse, Keinon Johnson (Interscope Records) and Joshua “Hip-Hop” Kyambo and DOZENS MORE STILL TO BE ANNOUNCED.

New Philly Artist: Skully Fully Loaded ft. N.O.R.E.- Fully Loaded @IamSkullyVegaz @noreaga


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http://www.GIGMusicgroup.com

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A3C Festival [Schedule & Line-Up]
Performers Include: Rick Ross, Bone Thugs N’ Harmony, Redman and Def Squad’s Erick Sermon & Keith Murray, Bun B, Cam’ron, Too $hort, Austin Millz, Bryan-Michael Cox, Chase N. Cashe, Cormega, DJ Nabs, DJ Jelly, DJ Toomp, K.A.A.N., Kelechi, Kid Capri, Lowkey, Mr. DJ, OJ Da Juiceman, Planet Asia, Rapper Big Pooh, Bahamadia, Scotty ATL, Sosamann, Starlito, Smokepurpp, Sy Ari Da Kid, Kweku Collins, J.I.D, Tall Black Guy, Zoey Dollaz and HUNDREDS MORE STILL TO BE ANNOUNCED.
A3C Conference [Schedule & Line-Up]
Speakers Include: Anthony Saleh (Freebandz), Brandon Hixon (De La Soul), Justin Boland (Pandora), YesJulz (YesJulz Agency), James Andrews (SMASHD Group), James Cuthbert (Sprite), Ryan Leslie (Artist/Entrepreneur), Too $hort, Mike McGarry (Fitzgerald & Co.), Aaron Reid (Epic Records), Shanti Das, Corey Smith (MLB), Jonathan Mannion (Photographer), William Warren Jr. (Mitchell & Ness), Steve DiCecco (Reebok), Kameron Dabney (Dailymotion), Fab 5 Freddy, Bassel Naaman (DASH RADIO), Demont Callender (AM Only) Vanessa Satten (XXL Magazine), Organized Noize, Maurice Garland (Hip Hop Wired), Ernie Talbert (Under Armour), Jeff Sledge (Atlantic Records), Brian Young (The Shade Room), Reggie “Combat Jack” Osse, Keinon Johnson (Interscope Records) and Joshua “Hip-Hop” Kyambo and DOZENS MORE STILL TO BE ANNOUNCED.

New Artist: Poppa – Fall Off ft Scrill White @boss6security #teambiggarankin #coredjs #coolrunningdjs #coast2coastdjs #thatboypoppa #duval #jacksonville #florida


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Team Bigga Rankin & BOSS Security proudly present Jacksonville Florida’s very own “Poppa”. With his Bigga Rankin Hosted mixtape “That Boy Poppa” Est. 2000 on the horizon the time has come to give the people the 1st single, “Fall Off” produced by and featuring Scrill White.

TL Hip-Hop, Cultural Community Unites to Promote Powerful Video:Kelly Kalosa- Smiling @kellykalosa #KidsLivesMatter #blacklivesmatter


Smiling PSA Stars 16 Yr.-Old Singer Kelly Kalosa, Painter Patcasso

Shot at Old “King of Crunk” Studio After Recent Deaths in Orlando, Baton Rouge, St Louis, Dallas and Nice, ‎France

Lil Jon, Vince Phillips, Grand Hustle, Shanti Das, Lil’ Scrappy, Freco, RHOA’s Tammy McCall Browning, Mama Dee Help Promote PSA Via Social Media

Atlanta, Georgia – Lil Jon, Grand Hustle, Shanti Das, Mama Dee, Lil’ Scrappy and several figures in the ATL hip-hop and artistic community are supporting a new PSA featuring 16 year-old singer Kelly Kalosa and performance painter, Patcasso. The effort is designed to speak out against injustice and violence and to promote healing with priority given to our children and the world they are witness to.

Recorded after being inspired by all the negative occurrences in recent times, the “Smiling” video was directed by William “Putt” Holmes and shot at the old Lil Jon “King of Crunk” studio after the recent deaths in Orlando, Baton Rouge, St Louis, Dallas and Nice ‎France. It was produced by J-Kits.

‎Artists such as Lil Jon, Mama D, Young Jeezy, Lil’ Scrappy are helping to promote it via Twitter, Facebook and other their personal social media platforms.

Kalosa’s father, prominent ATL music attorney Vince Phillips, said:

I’m proud of her. She wrote a song about humanity – in Atlanta, and across the nation we have seen our share of injustice and senseless killing. Instead of smiling, kids see on the news and sometimes right down their street, innocent people being shot and harmed. The bottom line is we need to come together as a human race – to remember that everything should be about our kids. It should always be about the kids. What are we teaching them?

Dallas based artist, Patcasso, is known for taking his fans on a journey while performance painting to inspired music. When he heard 16-year old Kelly Kalosa’s song, “Smiling” he felt it was perfect. He couldn’t believe such a young artist made the song.

Keliy has a great ability at 16 years old to reflect today’s life and times with her art in a way that captures it’s intense pain and yet is inspiring with hope. Her song provides me the soundtrack to express my hope and concerns for the world that my 2-year-old daughter is growing up in.

Along with her song, Kalosa is launching a movement of her own. #KidsLivesMatter. With the phrase Evolution Over Injustice (E.O.I.) she has introduced a new movement that the Atlanta Music community is embracing.

When I wrote this song, I really didn’t understand the importance people find in such simple words.

About Patcasso
Patrick “Patcasso” Hunter is a nationally recognized performance painter. He has performed at the Sundance, Essence and Bentonville Festivals and opened for personalities such as Snoop Dog, Ben Stein and Hank Aaron raising support for charitable causes around the country

About Kelly Kalosa
Now 16 years old. Singer songwriter Kelly Kalosa has been writing and singing her own music for 3 years. Her music inspires and is the essence of hope and positivity that speaks for a generation.

New Artist: Straight Piracy Productions Presents… Young Balli “Oh Please” @young_balli @virdiko #teambiggarankin #promovatican


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Interview: Shawn Archer says SKE Records is next on Ignant Truth @iamshawnarcher


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On this episode of the IT podcast, Ms. E.D. Free caught up with SKE Recording artist S

Shawn Archer days before the release of his new EP “Swag & 808’s” We find out WHO is Shawn Archer and get to hear some of his music as we featured two songs “No Lames Allowed” and “In God We Trust”.

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A3C Festival [Schedule & Line-Up]
Performers Include: Rick Ross, Bone Thugs N’ Harmony, Redman and Def Squad’s Erick Sermon & Keith Murray, Bun B, Cam’ron, Too $hort, Austin Millz, Bryan-Michael Cox, Chase N. Cashe, Cormega, DJ Nabs, DJ Jelly, DJ Toomp, K.A.A.N., Kelechi, Kid Capri, Lowkey, Mr. DJ, OJ Da Juiceman, Planet Asia, Rapper Big Pooh, Bahamadia, Scotty ATL, Sosamann, Starlito, Smokepurpp, Sy Ari Da Kid, Kweku Collins, J.I.D, Tall Black Guy, Zoey Dollaz and HUNDREDS MORE STILL TO BE ANNOUNCED.
A3C Conference [Schedule & Line-Up]
Speakers Include: Anthony Saleh (Freebandz), Brandon Hixon (De La Soul), Justin Boland (Pandora), YesJulz (YesJulz Agency), James Andrews (SMASHD Group), James Cuthbert (Sprite), Ryan Leslie (Artist/Entrepreneur), Too $hort, Mike McGarry (Fitzgerald & Co.), Aaron Reid (Epic Records), Shanti Das, Corey Smith (MLB), Jonathan Mannion (Photographer), William Warren Jr. (Mitchell & Ness), Steve DiCecco (Reebok), Kameron Dabney (Dailymotion), Fab 5 Freddy, Bassel Naaman (DASH RADIO), Demont Callender (AM Only) Vanessa Satten (XXL Magazine), Organized Noize, Maurice Garland (Hip Hop Wired), Ernie Talbert (Under Armour), Jeff Sledge (Atlantic Records), Brian Young (The Shade Room), Reggie “Combat Jack” Osse, Keinon Johnson (Interscope Records) and Joshua “Hip-Hop” Kyambo and DOZENS MORE STILL TO BE ANNOUNCED.