Mollie Ralph “A Young Lady With A Huge Voice”

A voice to silence the liveliest of crowds, Mollie Ralph mesmerises and draws in her audience at every gig with her soulful tone, dynamic range & subtle guitar work. The phrase “One to watch” gets thrown around quite often, yet this is undoubtedly apt when it comes to Mollie and her rapidly growing hype in the local music scene.

​Mollie’s biggest performances to date include supporting the Gipsy Kings at The Royal Concert Hall Nottingham in July 2018, along with playing at Splendour festival 2018. Other stand out performances at venues such as Rock City, Rescue Rooms, The Bodega, to playing Dot To Dot festival & Hockey Hustle numerous times has put Mollie on every musicians and music lover’s radar, building a very strong following in the local area. Inspired by such classic performers as Etta James & Norah Jones, Mollie has managed to reinvigorate this soul sound with her own style and introduces it to a new audience.

Mollie released her debut EP Old Café to the world on the 11th of February 2019, and held her sold out EP Launch on the 15th of February at Rough Trade Nottingham. Her track ‘Give It Up’ was made Track of the Week by Dean Jackson on BBC Introducing in the East Midlands in May 2019, who described the track as “simply sensational’. This lead to an Interview with BBC Radio Nottingham on Summaya Mughal’s evening show. Additionally the track has been played on Tim Robinsons BBC Radio 6 show.

​After entering Nusic’s Future Sound of Nottingham 2019 with her track ‘Give It Up’, Mollie was fast tracked into the event held at Rock City Nottingham after receiving the highest number of votes from the panel of industry professionals.

Mollie is set to release her first music video for Give It Up on the 8th of August 2019.


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Joey Bada$$-One Of The Founding Members Of The Hip-Hop Collective.

Joey Badass is the stage name of Jo-Vaughn Virginie Scott, the American rapper, Hip-hop record artist and actor. He is one of the founding members of the Hip-hop collective, Pro Era. Joey is credited for dissolving the fine line between the old school Hip-hop and the contemporary rap. He made a name for himself in the hip-hop scenario by releasing his mixtape, ‘1999’. To date, he has a total of 19 singles, three mixtapes and an extended play (EP) to his credit. Some of his notable works are ‘Summer Knights’, ‘All-Amerikkkan Bada$$’, ‘1999’ and ‘Rejex’. Joey has a unique style which is raw and quirky. He loves experimenting with his lyrics which in turn helps him to come up with unique compositions. Joey always wanted to become an actor and he did exactly that by bagging a prominent role in the TV series ‘Mr. Robot’.

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Joey was born Jo-Vaughn Virginie Scott on January 20, 1995 in East Flatbush, a neighbourhood in Brooklyn, New York City. His mother is from St. Lucia, Caribbean Island, while his father is a native of Jamaica. Joey became the first member from his family to be born in the United States of America.
Joey developed an interest towards literature and English language when he was young and started writing poetry and songs at the age of eleven. Since he always wanted to become an actor, he joined the Edward R. Murrow High School as the school had a reputation of encouraging budding actors. He took part in many school plays just to get noticed as an actor. Joey also did a major role in one of his school plays titled ‘John Cusack is Not a Famous Actor.’
By the time he turned 15, he was absolutely sure of making acting his profession. But destiny had other plans for him. When he saw a few rappers exhibiting their skills in his school, he walked up to them and asked if he could join them as he was intrigued by their artistry.
He soon found himself hanging around with a bunch of rappers. This shifted his focus from acting to music. However, acting was never out of his mind and he only thought that music could introduce him to the field of acting.
Capital Steez, one of the members of their group, gave the idea of forming a rap collective. Together they formed a rap group and named it ‘Pro Era’ which is a short form of ‘Professional Era’. Joey became the co-founder of the collective, along with another rapper, Powers Pleasant.
He started rapping under the pseudonym JayOhVee but later changed it to his current stage name. ‘Pro Era’ soon made a video that displayed the group’s rapping skills and posted it on YouTube. In no time the video was all over the internet and it eventually caught the attention of Jonny Shipes, the founder of Cinematic Music Group.
Jonny then approached Joey and asked him to compose raps and songs that he wanted to release under his label. Joey agreed to his proposal but requested him to sign all his fellow ‘Pro Era’ members. Jonny agreed to it and the rest is history.
Joey also started lending his ears to a lot of contemporary rap artists and incorporated some of their techniques into his music. Jonny Shipes is now Joey’s manager

Joey first collaborated with Capital Steez, the founder of ‘Pro Era’, in 2012 and released a song video titled ‘Survival Tactics’ on their official YouTube Channel. Produced by Cinematic Music Group, the tape was recorded at Relentless Records and was distributed by RED Distribution. ‘Survival Tactics’ was partly inspired by ‘2000 Fold’, the first studio album of the Hip-hop collective, ‘Styles of Beyond’.
In July 2012, Joey made his debut as an independent artist by coming up with the mixtape, ‘1999’. The tape instantly became popular and was soon featured in the list of ‘top 40 albums of the year’ by Complex magazine.
Joey released another mixtape in which the remaining tracks of the album were included. It was titled as ‘Rejex’ and was released on September 6, 2012. One of the reasons behind his instant success was that he experimented with his music and also fused many genres of music. Although it was a dicey thing to do, it turned out to be a recipe for good music.
In 2013, Joey’s career scaled greater heights when he released his second mixtape, ‘Summer Knights’. ‘Unorthodox’, a single from the tape, which was released earlier that year, was already a hit.
‘Summer Knights’ was first intended to be released as an extended play, but for some reason, it was released as a mixtape. Joey did release the EP version on October 29, 2013. The EP was at the 48th position on the ‘Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart of US Billboard’. Joey secured his first nomination in 2013 under the category, ‘Best New Artist’ at BET Awards.
Joey’s dream of being an actor materialized in 2014 when he was cast in a short film titled ‘No Regrets’. The story of the film was loosely based on his real life. In August, he released the first track from his next album, ‘Big Dusty’.
The full-length studio album was released on 12 August 2014. In the beginning of the year 2015, he gave a live performance in the famous talk show, ‘The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon’. He then went on to share the stage with some eminent Hip-hop artists like BJ The Chicago Kid, The Roots and Statik Selektah.

He released his next album ‘B4.DA.$$’ on January 20, 2017, which also marked his 20th birthday. The title of the album is the representation of the phrase, ‘Before the Money’. Joey made his debut television appearance with the thriller series, ‘Mr. Robot’. He played the role of Leon, the best friend of the lead character.
Joey had to turn down the offer to play Barack Obama in a biography because of this series. Joey then released the single ‘Devastated’ on March 4, 2016, which was the first release from his then upcoming album, ‘All-Amerikkkan Bada$$’.
The song grabbed the 25th position on the ‘Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles’ chart. The single was certified as a gold copy by the RIAA as it made record-breaking sales.
On January 20, 2017, he released the second single ‘Land of the Free’ from the album and finally on April 7, 2017, the album hit the shelves.
A month later, Joey’s representatives announced the concert tour, ‘Everybody’s Tour’. During the tour, he was accompanied by rap and Hip-hop artists like Logic and Big Lenbo.

Capital Steez, the founder of ‘Pro Era’, committed suicide on December 24, 2012. The investigation reports suggested it to be a case of murder. The report also suggested that Joey could be involved in the murder.
Another controversy involving Joey cropped up when he broke the nose of a security guard during Falls Festival in Byron Bay, Australia. The incident took place in the year 2015.


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PRECIOUS-How I Determined To Top The Gospel Pop Chart

Every time she thinks positive and work hard towards it
Her achievements always result in positive.
We had exclusive interview with Precious, and her expression contain definition.

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Q: Can you please tell our readers your real name as well as your stage name?
A: My real name is Precious Etteh
Q: How old are you?
A: 34 years old

Q: Where are you from and Where were you born?
A: I am from Crossrivers state and born in Calabar

Q: At What age did you start making music?
A: I started making music at the age of 16

Q: What genre of music do you particularly love? Jazz – Hip Hop-RnB ?
A: I love gospel music

Q: Who is your favourite artist and why?
A: My favourite artist is Tasha Cobbs Leonard

Q: What are your hobbies?
A: My hobbies are singing and dancing

Q: Do you play any musical instrument?
A: Not for now

Q: Where do you get your musical inspiration?
A: From God

Q: Who is your hero?
A: God is my hero he has always been there for me

Q: Do you write your own music?
A: Yes I write and create my own music

Q: If you were given a chance, which Artist would you love to perform with?
A: I would love to perform with Tasha cobbs

Q: What would you like our readers to know about you?
A: I am a cheerful loving person and chosen gospel singer.





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Exclusive 0ne on 0ne With “SINGING GOLD”


Singing Gold looks back on a musical work of more than two decades.
Even as a teenager he began writing his own lyrics and composing music in his homeland Jamaica after he
discovered his talent in the church choir @ his birthplace. He experimented with different styles of music, won
talent shows and made his name with sound system parties.
It brought him with creative new ideas of dancehall to Europe/Germany.
In 2010 an explosive collaboration with Symbiz Sound came. Together they started sound experiments in a
grand colour.
The „Soundboy Flee Dubplate“ hammered with its unmistakable sound the birth of the Future Dancehall in the
pit of the night clubs in Germany.
2012 released Singing Gold and Symbiz sound the Single „Warrior“, whose predecessor „Marchin On“ 2011
had already conquered the party floors of the electrical and dancehall scene from the booming speakers their
colourful creative workshop.
Singing gold can burn anything. 2012 he took more artists on board, the creative input came from around the
world and paid off.
„Cold“ from Stunnah and Singing Gold is an instant hit, „Stress Free“ feat. Yah Meek is a party evergreen.
In 2015 Singing Gold team up with the Producer Raphael Fedupfaction where they started experimenting
on new styles like bass music mixed with Dancehall/Reggae and keep on pushing the boundaries.
The project „Warning Shot“ was born.
The Warningshot album is dropped in 2017 on the Boomrush Productions label with songs like „When were
down“, „Trodding on“ and the title track „Warningshot“.
In Germany, Austria and the Netherlands, Singing Gold performs regularly in nightclubs and festivals in order
to bring the audience to a frenzy.
Anyone who has been on a well-attended concert from Singing Gold comes back as a happy person.
With his strong stage presence, social criticism astute lyrics and a distinctive voice it´s a child´s playfor him to
create a unique party atmosphere.
2019 he published „Dangerously“ the real good mood party song, dancehall/ crossover, about the ladies and
the way they move in elegant, beguiling fashion. „Dangerously“ can be played in the commercial radio or in
cool clubs.
For soundsystems it´s a mixing pleasure.
It should bet in your playlist.

Golden fresh & fruity tracks are @ ITunes, Spotify, Amazon & Beatport… to buy.

***We had an exclusive interview with him and his expressions where unique. Below are the reviews:

Q: Can You please tell our readers your real name as well as your stage name?
A:Du-wayne Dixon/ Singing Gold
Q: How old are you?
A: 44

Q: Where are you from and Where were you born?
A: Jamaica

Q: At What age did you start making music?
A: 11

Q: What genre of music do you particularly love? Jazz? Hip-Hop? RnB?
A: Dancehall, Reggae, RnB, Hip Hop

Q: Who is your favourite artist and why?
A: Bob Marley What he Stands for, and the Message in his Music

Q: What are your hobbies?
A: Reading, Writing, Traveling, cooking

Q: Do you play any musical instrument?
A: yes

Q: Where do you get your musical inspiration?
A: Mother and Father

Q: Who is your hero?
A: Bob Marley, Usain Bolt

Q: Do you write your own music?
A: Yes and compose

Q: If you were given a chance, which Artist would you love to perform with?
A: Buju Banton

Q: What would you like our readers to know about you?
A: I am a funny Person, always good for a joke

Feel free to tell our readers more about yourself and your music. Things like your goals in life, and what your current projects are?. And also let them know where they can get your music or where you will be performing soon or regularly……I am a believer an Optimist and Encourager I Hope to use my music to reach and uplift people around the world.
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