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|Sun, March 4, 2018 at 12:30 PM|Send Blog · Share on Facebook · Bookmark on Delicious
NoxBond is an American rapper who creates Next Level Music based off of his Real Life. NoxBond has been concentrating on punchlines, metaphors, and structure of mainstream rap for some years and has been able to create a unique and dynamic sound that stands out from the typical underground music of hand written cds and closet microphone booths! NoxBond is a perfectionist and only works with industry standard producers, djs, artists, graphic artists, directors, and equipment! He has lived in 23 states. His parents divorced at the age of 9, and he left home at the age of 14. This has lead to a completely one of a kind accent and a very powerful and enunciated delivery. NoxBond dropped out in the 8th grade, and scored in the top 1 percentile on a GED pre-test. He turned down an offer for a scholarship at Virginia Tech in order to pursue a career in the music industry. NoxBond has sold over 10,000 cds hand to hand, and his music has been in rotation in clubs in several cities, as well as on college radio, and on BDS registered radio-stations. NoxBond has been on over 30 internationally syndicated mixtapes, and has performed all over the country. He has opened for Durrough Music, Lil Boosie, Trinidad James, Kirko Bangs, and Webbie, and has been featured on Paul Wall's CD "I'm Throwed". He was also on a song co-written by Jamie Foxx and Miraj The RNB Beast called "Don't Hate Me (Official Remix)". NoxBond is currently in the process of promoting and marketing his 100 song album "Best of NoxBond" , 7 hours of uninterrupted and authentic music. He is also running a campaign for his single "Heartbreaker" featuring XXL Freshman Alumni Mickey Factz. Google "NoxBond" and buy the album directly from the search results!
|Sun, December 17, 2017 at 12:19 AM|Send Blog · Share on Facebook · Bookmark on Delicious
SweetXO is an Urban-pop girl group from New Jersey. Who not only writes and arranges their own music, but are best friends since high school. Their sound is a unique fusion of R&B and pop with a rock edge. Since the three girls have such different backgrounds in music, it allows SweetXO to be versatile with songs ranging from ballads to upbeat dance music. This has lead them to create their new single "We Good" witch was written and tailored to incorporate each girls style. They have each mastered their styles enabling them to seamlessly blend their sounds to create music appealing to many audiences.Kariselle Snow grew up in a small town in New Jersey called East Hanover. She started singing before she even said her first word. Her whole life she's known that music was what she was meant to do. She grew up listening to Nirvana, AC/DC, Aerosmith, and Queen which developed her passion for rock music. At only 12 years old she joined her first band as lead singer and had been performing with a band up until she started college. After 2 years she dropped out of school once she came to terms that following her passion was much more important than taking the safe route. She then evolved from her punk rock roots into a brand new genre after leaving that world behind,.Kelly Roche, originally from Mamaroneck, NY had always been drawn to music and the performing arts. From throwing shows for her classmates to making music videos with her siblings. She showed at a very early age that she had a passion to entertain. Although she never took dance classes, she spent a lot of her free time looking up dance music videos and dancing in her mirror. Kelly even formed girl groups and dance teams in elementary school, mimicking some of her biggest inspirations: Beyonce, destiny's child, TLC, Ciara, missy elliot and Aaliyah. As time went on it became very apparent to her that music is something she'd seriously want to pursue as a career. Against her family & friends wishes, she dropped out of college to devote all her time & energy into her passion: music ??Singer Nani Wells has been singing from a young age. At 5 she was enrolled in all of her church's choirs and musicals.She used music to cope with any struggles she went through. Playing the piano, singing, and rehearsing for the next schools musical was all part of her daily routine. Nani has a love for pop music. She was heavily inspired by Britney Spears and even dressed up as her for Halloween! Nani is fun loving, and bursting with energy, much like her music. Nani loves to spread positivity and get people up and dancing!
|Tue, December 12, 2017 at 12:06 AM|Send Blog · Share on Facebook · Bookmark on Delicious
Attacking the industry with uplifting musical content, A#keem intends to effect a permanent and positive change with his music. Born June 14th 1989, Akeem David Abraham, also known as A#keem, is an Urban Reggae artist residing in the Spice Isle, formally named Grenada. Before making his way to the national radio waves with his debut mixtape, entitled "Feel Good Music" released April 14th 2015, A#keem spent his days experiencing life. Soulful, nature enthusiast, music lover, can all be used to describe A#keem's outgoing and cheerful personality. After approximately 5+ years after discovering his talent as a singer/ songwriter, A#keem, more locally known as "Smallz", began to work on a project that would be his very first mixtape. "'Feel Good Music' is a project that is geared to change your entire day from frown to smile, I just want to make the world smile and dance", he said. Consisting of 8 tracks, his mixtape featured Deva, a well-known Grenadian artist, along with producers Morgan Matthews and "Lion Riddims", and was mixed and mastered by Dwayne "Adigun" Celestine and Jessil Moore. Prior to the shift to Urban Reggae Music, A#keem spent a great deal of his musical journey as a Pop and RnB artist. Then after years of searching and self-discovery, he finally found his comfort zone which was fusing Pop, R&B, and Reggae together. 'Feel Good Music' was well received by the local community. The response was both surprising and exciting as he was called in to do interviews on local broadcasts such as Chit Chat and local radio stations such as Boss FM Hott FM and City Vybz. At the birth of 2016 A#keem continued to excel in his career, blazing the national radio airwaves, acquiring spots on some of the largest national events held in Grenada, sharing stages with names like, Ashanti, Ja Rule, Kes, Sizzla Kalonji, and more, also earning collaborations with artistes and producers from Jamaica, London, Antigua, Germany, Trinidad and more. 2016 also saw his performance at the first and inaugural Pure Grenada Music Festival alongside his then band, Nature Claim, to much delight of his fans. 2017 brought great fortune for A#keem's career and mission as he not only continued to excel in the local music market, but earned his first spot on an international stage, and simultaneously his acting debut as "Andy" in KHONA- The Musical by Dr. Carl Spencer, in Trinidad & Tobago. "Working with Akeem "A#keem" Abraham has truly been quite an outstanding experience. A#keem is dedicated to the craft and his energy continues to be exceptional from day one to final show... He is easy to work with and willing to learn which is the most important part of being a great actor." - Dr. Carl Spencer It was also the year in which he made a second appearance at the 2nd Pure Grenada Music Festival on the night that headlined Cody Chesnutt and Tarrus Riley.
By the end of 2017 A#keem would have released his second Mixtape entitled "Revolution". On his mission to affect permanent and positive change with his music and more, A#keem is headed for eminent success. Social Media :
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo7wePldMFXXfj7JEIbTSFA/videos?disable_polymer=1 Instagram: https://instagram.com/ahkeemmusic/ Twitter: @ahkeemmusic Website: www.ahkeemmusic.com YouTube VEVO: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo7wePldMFXXfj7JEIbTSFA Additional Links: Grenada Cultural Foundation: http://culture.gd/index.php/music2/12-music/278-a-keem SoundCloud: http://www.soundcloud.com/ahkeemmusic MixCloud: http://www.mixcloud.com/ahkeemmusic Reverbnation: http://www.reverbnation.com/akeem96 BandCamp: http://ahkeemmusic.bandcamp.com/releases Show:
|Mon, November 20, 2017 at 10:01 PM|Send Blog · Share on Facebook · Bookmark on Delicious
JO JAX - SHE WORKIN' (Radio Edit) Bio - Iowa native JoJax has left the cornfields and small-town life behind for a new beginning in 'The City of Angels.' It's a move that's changed his life forever. LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA-JoJax is raising the bar of the hip hop game, rapping about social issues rarely touched upon by other artists. It's what truly sets him apart from the other hip hop artists-both mainstream and underground.
"I've seen the other side of nothing. I've been to nothing. When I moved to California, I was sleeping in my car, and I didn't have no place to stay. I've seen so many different levels of life," explained JoJax. "What would you do if your husband or wife had cancer? You don't hear anyone rap about stuff like that. I look around me and I just see the things that's going on. These issues need to be addressed-school shootings, bullying."
Recently, JoJax released a new mixed tape titled Stick To The Script. Although the album touches on social issues, this talented rapper also has a few party songs, love songs, etc. to give his latest project variety. "I have a song called Triple XL. It's a song for the ladies," explained JoJax. "I'm not going to go into the details because it's sexually explicit, you know, but I think the title of the track says it all." In a recent interview, JoJax explained how he came up with the mixed tape's title.
"When I was younger or would go through things in life, I felt like people were always trying to knock me off of my path of success. People always say 'stay focused,'" explained JoJax. "I always say 'stick to the script' because once you do that and stick to your goals, nobody can knock you off your path."
Perhaps, one of the artist's most profound tracks is Excel, a song about a 7-year-old girl named Alexis Goggins who was shot six times while trying to protect her mother from her ex-boyfriend. The story attracted the attention of the national media. "This was an amazing story. President Obama evened recognized Alexis at the White House. I saw the story on the news and it inspired me to write a song," stated JoJax. "Miraculously, the little girl survived."
Jo Jax is currently in the studio working on his latest album. The title is still a work in progress, but the artist promises that the album will be unlike any of his previous songs.
"I'm still in the studio working on songs. It's going to be crazy. I can't wait to see how the fans respond to it," stated JoJax. "It's probably going to come out at the end of the summer. It's going to be bananas." Prior to moving to Los Angeles, JoJax grew up in a small town called Waterloo, Iowa. He first started performing at a young age at his mother's church.
"Being a minority in Iowa was kind of hard. It was hard for opportunities to come along. A lot of kids shoot, kill each other. There, you're either going to swim or drown," stated JoJax. "I hear a lot of people tell me, 'Yo, I didn't even know there were black people in Iowa.' What is not so funny is that some of the black people don't have any hope."
For a period of time, JoJax also became "lost." His father used and abused drugs and was in and out of his life. It wasn't long before JoJax began a journey on the same path until he had a life decision to make.
"I was at a fork in the road where I was headed toward self-destruction," explained JoJax. "What happened was I had to make a choice in my life. Either I'm going to stay there and get caught up in prison or dead, or I can go out and live my dream and be in the music and do something that was in my heart."
With little money in his pocket, that's when JoJax made the move to Los Angeles for a fresh, new start on life. At 26-years-old, he started attending LA Recording School where he learned how to become an engineer in the recording industry.
"I ended up looking for an internship and got one at The Boom Boom Room studio," stated JoJax. "They reached out to me. I went there for an interview. I just worked hard, paid my dues. All the artists that would come in, I'd watch how they did things. I was just learning big time, and it changed my life. If I had stayed in Iowa, I would have been shot dead or I would have been in prison."
|Fri, October 6, 2017 at 9:50 AM|Send Blog · Share on Facebook · Bookmark on Delicious
Usually, if you ask a person where they're from, it's one clear answer. Even if they've moved from one city to another once or twice. They'll pick their favorite place, and represent. But ask Yadda Man. He'll get that grin on his face, and you know the answer is not a simple one. In fact Yadda has probably lived in more cities at age  than some 35 year olds have visited. Yeah, his immediate fam moved around... a lot. He says "That's the best thing that ever happened to me." In an industry where reppin your city is kind of played out. Yadda reps everywhere he's resided in his flow. With a cadence so diverse. You can't really tell if he's from the South, Georgia, Kentucky or from the Midwest CHi-Town, Toledo or Cleveland. Or is he from the Northwestern hemisphere Omaha, Nebraska or Rapid City, SD. Bottom line is the dude is nice. He's versatile by nature. He understands that music is about style. And he wants and needs his style to be as fresh as possible every time he touches the pen. He honed his skill hanging with his uncles Julian Thomas, and manager Chalie Numbas, Producer Symon Phoenix and stablemates Ms Fortune and Devin Styxx Gilbert [Red Rose Panic]. This small crew really played a huge part in his song writing ability. "My Crew was.. well still is brutally honest. You spit some bullSh**t, they will let you know! Quick!" But when you hear the bragodocious lyrics and at times sarcastic lines and bold subject matter. You wouldn't expect him to be so polite, down-to-earth. and super humble. He likes to remind himself and other up and coming musicians..."We are all nobody, just trying to be somebody. Why else would you do this?" To sum it up... Yadda Man is a 22 year old songwriter from everywhere with a story to tell everybody that will listen. "I don't know what kind of rapper I am. I never know how to answer that question. I just hear a beat, it makes me feel a certain way, then I tell some of my story to that beat... But in a different way every time."
|Wed, September 13, 2017 at 7:44 PM|Send Blog · Share on Facebook · Bookmark on Delicious
Street Pound Productions core consists of three-BADazz LUCK, Stan "TRONIK" Washington, & Lo$ta. Each bring their own unique talents to anchor a production team like no other. Their backgrounds include history making concert/event planning and promotions for such artists as Ashanti, 50 cent, Jermaine Dupri, Floetry, Yin Yang Twins, YoungBloodz, and more. Executive and production credits for nationally known artists such as Webbie, Lil Boosie, Hurricane Chris, Fabo, Diamond, Young Buck, Cashvilles Ace, ect. Combined they bring over 15 years of experience and relationships to the game. You could go on about their past accolades...but let's move on. BADazz LUCK and Stan "TRONIK" Washington...hails from the poverty striken streets of East Nashville TN. And Lo$ta the grimy West side of Nashville. LUCK and Lo$ta are songwriters/artists who also form the rap duo..."Interest'n Muthafukkaz" (IMF'z). TRONIK is a multi-talented Producer/Engineer. With credits, knowledge, and experience so vast that he even builds high-end studios (as well as careers) from the ground up. [Our mission is to provide High Quality sound and music, with our own unique flair that we prefer to call our..."STREET POUND BEATDOWN"! We have the capacity to function in multiple realms of the Entertainment industry (Record Label, Music Production, even Film, Movie, and Advertising sound production). We are also an advocate for a host of other artist and producers. K-slicc, Kocapelli, DaHomie, and Harmon to name a few.] After the chart-topping success of their first two singles TIP'N 2 SLOW ft. DIAMOND (Crime Mob) and 20 TWERKS ft. SHOTTA G...STREET POUND PRODUCTIONS is back with their current single GO LIVE! ft. M.A.C. GO LIVE! is the hype and trendy banger that has taken Radio by storm. It quickly rose this summer to #2 on the DRT INDEPENDENT NATIONAL AIRPLAY CHART. And #13 on the DRT HIP-HOP/R&B NATIONAL AIRPLAY CHART. AND IT IS STILL CHARTING...3 MONTHS AND COUNTING!! This company is on the rise, and is poised to explode in every facet of the Music, Movie/Film, and Business industry. Lo$ta, BADazz LUCK, and Stan "TRONIK" Washington. When you desire MORE than SOUND...THEY DELIVER WITH THAT "STREET POUND BEATDOWN"! CONTACT EMAIL:
|Fri, August 18, 2017 at 10:32 PM|Send Blog · Share on Facebook · Bookmark on Delicious
Hello Cruel World my name is Big Smooth Da General of HMG Global a newly acquired talent I bring a lot to the table not only for my squad but the brand of music I love so much I am a native Washingtonian goal and career orientated man an also a father I'm a Rapper / HipHop Artists and song write plus a certified chef but always a man first in addition to my HMG Global partnership I run my own Indie Label GoonSquad Inc. LLC where I do Artist development, release my own brand of music. We work with rappers, comedians and vocalist, all lead by me one of the most talented rappers / HipHop entertainers you have yet to hear of. Big Smooth is a throwback to rap's purest form. A pure Titian in the evolution of the music, Smooth fell in love with, Big Smooth is a truthful poetic, aware articulate, edgy, grimy, Gutta, unapologetic soulfully street and political all at the same damn time! A true Soulja for me my own and the plight of my people No Folks can't put me in a box so check me out on any of my sites and plenty of websites to come (FB Instagram Reverbnation, Soundcloud under Jason N Steward ) straight forward so please don't bring me no BS I'm always traveling doing my thing and soon hopefully I'll be in a city near you Salute......Smooth RISE OF A GENERAL!p.p1 margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 11.0px Helvetica; -webkit-text-stroke: #000000span.s1 font-kerning: none