Snowflakes Releases Massive Album Titled “No Nation”

Snow Flakes’ style as an “afro pop/afro beat” artist from Nigeria and Togo is unique. His delivery is captivating. He dishes out smooth flow of organic songs and has released his long awaited album, “No Nation”. “No Nation” is a balance of emotive, upbeat love songs and the reawakening of the socially conscious ones. The songs on the album are an explicit cross-border African experience.

“Make You Know” is a cool afro beat “jam” in the album. It has all the elements that make up a great song. From the dazzling effect of the crystallizing drum play to the perfect arrangement of the sharp instrumentals. This song is definitely a cynosure of magisterial efforts. Snow Flakes sings about showing affection and doing everything within his power to please a love interest while also getting similar energy from same, in return.

“Wa” is another track that has all the ingredients to make it a hit. This song is a “bombshell” and can give any of the genre’s “A” list artist a run for his or her money. In this song, Snow Flakes sings about calling a girl with an amazing body, a body shape that inspires him to dance, for talks. With the chorus sung in Africa’s “Yoruba” language, this song will have all the ladies shake “what their mama gave them” and the guys lost in street afro dance steps.

Sometimes, when you fall in love with a wrong girl, it is capable of killing a man. This is what is depicted in “She Kill Man”, where Snow Flakes sings about desiring a girl, which could later spiral him into a dangerous loop. The music video begins with scenes of Snow Flakes and a video vixen who plays the role of his love interest, sleeping on the same bed in a house, after which Snow Flakes wakes up all of a sudden with an empty bottle of wine in his hand. He immediately recollects what happened the previous night with respect to the sensual intimate moments he shared with the girl. He also picks a spent cigarette that was dropped during his “hangover” or while he was asleep by a known intruder in who’s house Snow Flakes first set his eyes on his love interest, while also observing an empty picture frame, with the inscription “She kill man” which was written by the known intruder. The song begins with clips of events that happened prior, like Snow Flakes meeting the girl and the “would be” intruder to sign some paper works, alternating with scenes of Snow Flakes singing and some choreographers performing their acts.

The rest of his “No Nation” album consist of great songs like “Dangote”, Champion”, “Everyday”, “Criminal”, etc which are fantastic songs in their own rights. There is no doubt in my mind that Snow Flakes has what it takes, including the “stay power” to dominate the afro beats space for a long time, on the strength of his precocious talents and musical acumen. A great album indeed.

“CHLOE X HALLE” Of Musical Duo

Chloe and Halle are very much sisters, but they are not twins. Chloe Bailey was born July 1, 1998, and her younger sister Halle Bailey was born March 27, 2000. Considering they are less than two years apart, it’s no surprise that people might think they are twins. Not to mention, they play twins on grown-ish, Freeform’s spinoff of black-ish. In December, Halle opened up about what it’s like to play her older sister’s twin.

Me and Chloe, we feel like we’re twins all the time. Sometimes we forget that I’m the younger sister,” Halle told EW at the time. “We talk the same, we interrupt each other, and say the same thing when we’re watching shows all the time. It’s really trippy, but it’s a blast. She’s my best friend, and we just were really channeling ourselves for the characters, though it’s also our alter egos with their sassiness and attitude.”

In addition to the sisters’ joint foray into the acting world on grown-ish, Chloe and Halle are best known for their music career. The sisters first showed off their musical chops on YouTube as preteens. In March 2018, Chloe told TIME:

The very first YouTube cover we ever posted was to “Best Thing I Never Had” by Beyonce. I think I was 13 years old, and my sister was 11. We were in our basement; our older sister recorded it for us. We didn’t expect much; we were happy about the first 100 views.

Pretty quickly, their YouTube videos started going viral, and Chloe x Halle appeared on The Ellen Show, Chloe told TIME. Then, in 2012, they won Radio Disney’s Next BIG Thing Competition, Oh My Disney reported. Since then, they have continued making music, releasing an EP in 2013, another in 2016, and then their first full mixtape, The Two of Us, in 2017.

This past March, they finally released their first full studio album, The Kids Are Alright, Pitchfork reported. They made headlines for their hands-on approach, with Chloe producing most of the album, and with both young women working on all of the songs. Halle opened up about the importance of her and Chloe having autonomy over the album in a March interview. She told Vulture:

Our parents always taught us from a young age that we can do anything we put our minds to and not to be afraid to dive in to do something that may not be considered things for little girls to be doing. My sister is so inspiring to me when she produces. And we write all of our songs from our living room. It’s fun for us.

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PHIL JOSEPH-Platinum Awards Winning Singer/Songwriter & Performer

Phil Joseph, born in Birmingham, England has had a lifelong deep interest in music and over 25 years experience in the music industry.

Having released an album in 1995, entitled ‘Heartbreaker’, Phil has proved popular in Europe gaining regular airplay in Belgium, Spain, France and Germany.  One track from the album, a cover of the Nat King Cole classic ‘Unforgettable’, and a personal favourite of Phil’s, has been reworked and remixed in 1999 and is currently generating plenty of interest and positive feedback from radio stations and local press in Germany and Spain.

Over the past few years, he has worked with artists including Pato Banton, Steel Pulse and Bashara.

This follows an already popular release of Phil’s version of Patsy Cline’s ‘He’s Got You (She’s Got You)’, which was a real ground breaker for Phil in the European market.

To further illustrate his extensive involvement in music, Phil is currently performing in Clubs throughout the UK and also abroad.

Phil Joseph’s music styles are soul, motown, hip hop, and reggae. 

Phil Joseph:- singer, songwriter and performer from a very early age. I started my recording career in the late 70’s with Tony Owens, who was at that time managing Musical Youth. I love soul, reggae, and dance music of most types and of course my hero Nat King Cole.

You can find my five solo albums and countless singles available for sale or download here within my website. I am presently recording a new album. It includes some of my favourite songs of all time. I left some previews for you to listen to. I average around 120 shows a year and would love to see you there. I am always available for gigs and would be interested in working with artists in any genre.

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My name is Jordan Ramble and I’m from Trenton, NJ. I’m a Man of God, Dad, and an Artist; in that order lol.

I didn’t grow up in Christian home. I was raised by my dad, at a young age he took me from my mother. Til this day she tells me that my dad told her he was taking me to get pampers, and he just never came back.

I was blessed to be reconciled to her when I got saved, which was around 2014 and we are still building. My dad wasn’t into church, I know his family was, but he just kept me isolated from that life. He was born in Liberia and they were heavy in ministry but when he came to the states I guess he just did his own thing.

I had ZERO knowledge of Christ.

I mean, I had heard about him but I had no interest in getting to know him.

Senior year of high school I transferred schools twice and then I eventually dropped out and during that time period I was so depressed. My dad was always sending me motivational sermons and he would always say, “Son you could be whatever you want to be if you just put your mind to it.” It was around that time I got into Hip-Hop. I heard it tons of times but I just never got in to it. I was a huge Big Sean fan! And as crazy as it may sound, God used Big Sean to stir something up in me and I thought to myself, “I could rap too”, lol.

At that time, the talk about the illuminati and secret societies were heavy and I was one of those curious guys, I’d stay up and look in to it. My Dad was working crazy labor jobs so I rarely saw him but we were always on the phone and he would give me money to spend, so I was good. I remember one day he called me and said he had befriended this guy and the guy had some literature he wanted him to check out that would help him become successful, and sure enough

it was an invitation to a secret society.

My dad had no real interest in it but when he told me about it I pressed him to pursue and they sent a book to our home and I studied it!

From that moment I became an atheist. I truly believed that I was God. I kept it for a while before sharing it with anybody. It was my secret. Before I knew it my life was surrounded by darkness. I had a close friend I shared it with when I moved in with him and his mom, she kicked us both out! Before moving, the book just disappeared. After that, I couldn’t get ahead in life after going in circles a few times. I cried to God and begged him to show up in my life if he was real. I remember that night too. I was sitting in my 1987 Caprice box Chevy (it was so clean) I was crying out to God, smoking a cigarette and asking for forgiveness. At that time I was living with a girlfriend and her mom, my baby mama at the time, who’s my wife now, was in a shelter with my sons. I had just got my GED but I still felt empty. From that day I cried, God started proving His existence. I had no intentions on being a rapper for Jesus or anything like that. I just needed to know if he was real.

It was more so curiosity that compelled me to Christ and I know now that it was grace. 

The best advice I would give to anyone that’s struggling is to seek God, not for things, not for position, or for what He can do for you. Seek Him to know Him for who He truly is and you will find Him. – Deuteronomy 4:29

Since I got saved, I’ve stayed saved and I don’t miss anything behind me. I wish I would have been saved in high school. The focus now is completely different lol but I thank God for the process. He’s constantly building, perfecting, and pushing me to be a better Man, Dad, and Artist! 

Instagram: @jordanramble

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J MATIC-The Bimusical Artist

J-Matic” an aspiring Bimusical Artist (Hip Hop/Afro Beats/Reggae). His love for rap music, poetry, fueled him to make music and entertain through different musical systems, and making expressive sense of all.

currently gearing up to release his first EP ” Bimusical Experiment”, a mix of hip hop, AfroBeats, and Dancehall. The EP is a feel good type of vibe that touches on current relationship scenarios. 

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Check Out Creative Mike’s New Track entitled “Popping”

“Poppin” by Creative Mike The Rapper is a rap track that is socially conscious. This song elucidates the societal ills that are ravaging the communities, especially the black communities. It brings to fore, sensitive subjects like gun violence, emancipation or racial freedom, equity, justice and fairness, religious extremism and political bigotry, alcoholism, excessive sexual perverseness among men and women and every ill “poppin” up.

Talking about this through his song, probably might change the way his society thinks. In the song, he also expresses the disappointment of his father being locked up and not being able to secure his freedom despite his prayers and his hope for a better world for his daughter. He equally lamented on some of the personal issues he is faced with as a black man.

His beats are nicely and uniquely crafted and effectively backs up the organ or other instruments of the pipe division and the electric bass. They reverberate in the minds as you ponder on the same issues opined in his lyrics. He was able to execute rhyming schemes at stretched intervals in simplistic approach while passing his message across. This preserves the essence of his lyrical content. He is also creative in his delivery, realizing when to take in a deep breathe, when to pause and when to augment his flow. His transitions are suave while maintaining a regular vocal key. This is a very nice work and a disc Jockey’s delight. Creative Mike the rapper deserves all the accolade that come his way.

Click on this link below to listen to Creative Mikes Creativeness

The “KING B STAR” Is Back Again!..Do You Know?

We had exclusive interview with King B Star, and he’s expression contain definition. Please read:

Q: Can you please tell our readers your real name as well as your stage name?

A: Eone Jean alias King b star 

Q: How old are you?

A: born 06.01.1974

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

A:  from Cameroon born in Cameroon 

Q: At What age did you start making music?

A: at the age of 6 year Gospel Choral 

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

A: All good Music 

Q: Who is your favourite artist and why?

A: me, myself and I because because Music is my life 

Q: What are your hobbies?

A: Song writing, Music jam sessions, Football, Karate, Judo 

Q: Do you play any musical instrument?

A: yes guitare 

Q: Where do you get your musical inspiration? 

A: Africa deep cultural & Tradition 

Q: Who is your hero?

A: All great Artists are my Heros 

Q: Do you write your own music?

A: yes 

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

A: all talented Artits example Mado style from Cameroon 

Q: What would you like our readers to know about you?

A: One is born another died there is no reason to cry is a reason to change this is the truth we have to believe it’s gonna be alright for you and me the World belongs to anybody the World belongs to All of us

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……

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Grammy Song-Winning Writer Jackie’s Boy Releases Powerful New Single “Do It Again” ft Boyz II Men’s Shawn Stockman

Carlos Battey artistically known by his stage name Jackie’s Boy is a singer, songwriter, producer, multi-platinum, Grammy Song-Winning Writer/ 4 Time Grammy Nominated Songwriter and ASCAP Rhythm & Soul Winner (2010 Best Remixed Recording Madonna “Revolver”) who has written hits for Madonna, Justin Bieber, Lil Wayne, Charlie Wilson, Johnny Gil, Jay Sean, Becky G, Jake Miller, Bruno Mars, Flo-rida and Chris Brown.

Carlos Battey  began his career with his brother Steven, they use to spend their days performing original songs and covers on the River Street Pier in Savannah Georgia to adoring crowds of locals. They enjoyed the small town fame but it wasn’t until the untimely death of their father in 2003 followed by their mother  Jackie, the very next year, that the brothers decided to leave town and head to the world’s most notorious music metropolis, LA. (The name ‘Jackie’s Boy’ comes from his mother, Jackie. She was always his true inspiration and his driving force.  She inspired him to be who he is and to stay to true to who he is.)

The brothers found themselves playing regularly for local crowds and it was at one of these gigs that a talent scout from Atlantic records spotted them and offered them a record deal. His first big break was with Flo-rida and his first Grammy came with working with Madonna.

When asked what inspired him to become an artist, he said it was his near-death experience that made him realize how short life could be, he stated, “I had started to get a lot of headaches – they were bad. I initially thought it was my wisdom teeth but it wasn’t. After having an X-Ray a large tumor was found, growing on the inside of my jaw. It turns out that the cancer was an unusual kind known as Ameloblaseoma (it’s so rare, in fact, that it accounts for less than one percent of the worlds tumors – Ed.) I decided to go to Miami after finding a great surgeon and I had a 3 month recovery instead of the one year recovery being quoted in LA. I believe that experience led me to understand the true meaning of having just one life, just one voice and I realized that, whilst writing for others is great financially it was time to create music as an artist.  I actually made a pact with God that I would never take those gifts for granted again.”

Jackie’s Boy recently released his sensual, powerful new single “Do It Again” ft Boyz II Men’s Shawn Stockman. “Do It Again” showcases his lyrical prowess as well as his originality and creativity. When asked asked about the inspiration for the record he stated,  “I wanted to make something unique and progressive for R&B lovers. I emailed a rough version of  the song to Shawn to check out. He came to the studio and said “Where’s that song you sent me?” I knew exactly what he was talking about. He recorded his verse in 10 minutes! I was extremely impressed and blown away I was working with a true legend. I think this record feels different than others because it speaks to both new R&B lovers and classic R&B lovers alike.”

Jackie’s Boy has been featured on Billboard’s New People to Watch.

Jackie’s Boy is brilliant, gifted, with stellar talent and accolades to match.  His artistry is a breath of fresh air to the industry; he doesn’t compromise himself to follow the popular trend. He is destined to reach super star status and become a household name.ProjectsFlo Rida “Sugar”- Billboard HOT 100: 5
• Madonna FT David Guetta “Revolver (Remix)”- Grammy Award for Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical.
• Chris Brown “Graffiti” * Mann “Buzzin”- Billboard HEATSEEKERS SONGS: 1
• Sean Kingston featuring Justin Bieber “Eenie Meenie”- Billboard HOT 100: 15
• Johnny Gill ft New Edition “This ones for me and you” #1 R&B Billboard Charts (2016)
• Charlie Wilson “Im Blessed” #1 R&B Billboard Charts (2017)Social media links:

BAHA MEN- High Energy Pop Music With A Caribbean Flair And Latin Flavors.

Recognized by Rolling Stone as “Bahamian junkanoo pioneers,” the Baha Men are best known for their Grammy Award-winning, triple-Platinum single, ‘Who Let the Dogs Out’. Featured in major motion pictures and chanted throughout sports stadiums around the world, the band unleashed a revolutionary form of Caribbean pop that permeated American pop culture. Nearing 100 million cumulative streams worldwide, the band continues to prove its longevity and ability to craft high energy pop hooks. Their latest single, “Take A Chance (Motion Repeat)”, produced by Patrick Romantik (Enrique Iglesias, Prince Royce), Dim Crux, and Cool & Dre, explores Latin stylings fused with the bands signature, Grammy Award-winning Caribbean sound.

“Your World”, a single by Kinesus

“Your World”, a single by Kinesus, from the album “Retrogram”, is a pretty great track. This electronic pop tune is wondrous to listen to. The first catchy thing you that is noticed after you hit the play button is the striking cool intro tune. The astounding and outstanding beats then begin to gradually filter in to a copious level.

It is pure and organic. The energy is great and awesome. Obviously Kinesus is the nexus that links “Your World” together even without vocals (a descent vocals wouldn’t have been a bad idea too) and it still comes off well. The transition is crystal and resonates in the mind. It feels like a sound track that can match a happy ending scene of any movie due to the nice feeling you get from it. Another “wow moment” for me is the closing stage of the track, as the sounds simultaneously begin to slow down while the beats abruptly stops and the piano sound is substituted for a more serenading and prominent organ sound  in the background that gives a feel of a woodwind and reed instrumentals.

A regular key is also maintained throughout. I particularly like the delivery and style of the track. The synth sound is faultless, the keyboard and acoustic guitar sounds are in sync. This shows that Kinesus is up to date in his theory of music. Kinesus has shown that he is also precocious, little wonder his talents are evident in this tune. Verily, this tune would give you a good listening experience