The Black Market Organ Harvesting is a rampant trade in human organs, involving collusion between organised criminals and corrupt doctors, police and medical administration staff. We dive into the body trade and see the ways it operates and the risks involved for the desperate people at both ends of the deal, in what is an […]
In honor of the 15th Anniversary of Amy Winehouse’s ‘Back to Black,’ Zane Lowe connects with Mark Ronson and Salaam Remi to discuss her continuing impact on their lives and the lives of millions. Salaam Remi, close friend and collaborator of Amy’s, explains that Amy had a humor that she carried with her throughout her […]
High is the third release off Curren$y’s Still Stoned on Ocean. Still Stoned on Ocean was produced by Smitty Beats and 808-Ray. All records were mixed by “Cool” of the famous “Cool and Dre” production team.
Wale sits down with Ebro in the Morning to discuss various topics including the Nigerian influence in today’s music, being considered the biggest artist to come out of Washington DC, his relationship w/ J. Cole and the story behind their single ‘Poke It Out’, his growth as an artist and as a person, making music […]
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.
My name is Calvin Tyrone Andrews Jr. I go by the stage name YGB. I’m the founder of Junyor Boy Entertainment. I was Born in Naples, Italy; grew up in Jacksonville, Florida and raise all over the city; if u was to ask me I will say I’m from the neighborhood Ken Knight Dr. Which I did grow up for a big portion of my life; Because of family issues I had to move around a lot once I got up in to age; So with this fact I really have roots all threw Jacksonville hoods, Caravan, Sweat Water, East Side and all over the North side of town. I first took an interest in rapping as a little boy around third grade but football being my main passion and biggest dream I never really chase that dream of being a famous artist one day in till I got older about the age of 18 and was attending college when I felt I really could make an impact in the music industry. In m y opinion the radio was playing a lot of weak music and people with half the talent as me is getting paid millions to put out music that was sub par so I decided to chase after my dream and try my luck. Some of my musical influences are JT Money, 2pac, those are the two guys I use to listen to all day and all night I have every one of there albums and still to this day listen to there work. My goals in the music industry is to have my company become an successful independent record company, tap in to the multimedia area by making films and producing videos. I’m working on a clothing and shoe line that will be name after my company Junyor boy. A women accessories product line will also be introduce in the near future. I plan to use all of my musical talents to make this happen writing, producing and rapping.
Check out my L.p. releases Lay It Down and Street Lessons in stores and online now!! available at any major music website…Rhapsody, Itunes, Aol.com, Target.com ,Yahoo.com Mp3.com, Amazon.com and many more. Also check out my DVD releases The Report Card 1st and 2nd Semester; available for download on Tivo or online at any of theses fine websites video.tvguide.com, Vod.com , Amazon.com Hometheatershack.com
One of the fastest rising recording artists has to be none other than Jacksonville, North Carolina‘s own Chox-Mak. He has been making his rounds in the media for a while now and is now starting to get the attention he well deserves. With his mixtape “Cross Colours And Starter Jackets” in the works he has decided to give the people something else that isn’t featured on the project to visualize. “No Weapons” is a track that promotes positivity and tries to bring down all the negative things that are happening out in the world. The meaning behind “No Weapons” is to use your mind as a weapon and no one can stop you from reaching your goals. Chox-Mak looks to inspire his generation rather than feed into the negativity. This visual is definitely something to watch it also shows the struggles of everyday life and how you need to keep pushing to become something great in life. The production behind this track is brought to you by Coaste Beats and was shot by Rock Royal Armani Films.