Meeting Up The German Based RnB/Hip-Hop & Soul Group ” AVENUE.7

On a new single Gaining the outpouring of love from fans across German…don’t miss this.

Avenue.7 is a very talented duo from Hamburg Germany. Mista BlaQ & Jemotion have been putting in work for the last 3 years putting together their album which will be released this year.
Last year Avenue.7 released , “G.F.O (grown folks only)” , “Bubble” , “Touch” , “Hands Up , “Why” , and their latest work “Fuck It”.
With a total of over half a million streams on radio-chart.com , and 12 weeks of radio airplay on 92.5fm MIXXBOSSES ,this combination of RnB/HipHop & Soul is really starting to make noise in Hamburg, Germany.
So 2021 will be full of new videos from Avenue.7 for our YouTube fans & an album release!! Also planning a Tour with DJ BOB MITCHELL after the pandemic is over. So stay tuned and become a fan.

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JAY STEEL “For Tha Love” In Combination

He married a compassionate special ed. teacher like the ones who helped him when he struggled so immensely early in life, and he made the music he wanted to hear in the world. After being diagnosed with a serious medical condition, he joined the ranks of the disabled musicians around the globe who didn’t let their disability stop them from bringing their art to life. After 20 years and 8 albums of having his music fueled in large part by disdain, anger, and disgust; this album is powered purely by love.
Eschewing celebrity, status, and ego, Jay Steele has expressed that his primary purpose now is making people happy with his music, which is especially epitomized in the lyrics of his song “Spreadin Joy.”
“I’ve seen the laughter, the smiles, the dancing, and the joy that my music has sparked in people,” Jay explains. “I feel like that’s worth more than any amount of money, and my goal now is to spread that joy to those who would appreciate it.”
The album’s positive vibes emanate resolutely right from the first two tracks. “Givin Thanks,” a “Juicy” by Biggie Smalls like autobiographical and jubilant tune, precedes the aforementioned song.
There is an unabashed emphasis on “For Tha Love” of taking the art of rhyme back to the foundation, which is evident in lyrics like, “Conscious raiser – orator – hip hop culture preservator – graffiti – breakin’ – rap – and DJ demonstrator,” which can be found on “Tha Rhyme Conductor.”
The project’s artwork resoundingly reflects this as well with graffiti on the front cover drawn by renowned graffiti artist “MindGem.” Then there is the graffiti on the back cover (of his name and album title) drawn by Jay himself, who is also a long time visual artist.
The beats on this album are very unique and diverse, or in the words of Abstrack Recording Studio engineer Jeff Mulligan, who worked on the project, “Nothin’ on here sounds the same.” Listeners will find a wide array of instrumentation ranging from mesmerizing keyboards, powerful orchestral notes, smooth electric piano, and mysterious and dramatic strings.
“Musical Family” may stand out the most, however, because it amounts to what may be the first mother and son collaboration in hip hop history. On this one, Jay raps over a violin played by his mom, who was Philadelphia All-City Orchestra in high school.
“We produced the beat together,” Jay says. “My mom came to the studio and played a violin rendition of a beat idea that I beatboxed for her.” Ultimately though, an alternative beat presented itself.
“My mom didn’t want to stop playing and kept improvising different sounds with her violin,” Jay recalls. Then, as his mom tells it, “This place kept inspiring me to make all these mystical beats!” She ended up playing one that really piqued Jay’s interest and imagination, and from over 30 minutes of music, Jay selected a spectacular 3 second segment and looped it, and the familial collaboration was conceived.
Another beat that stands out for its eclectic originality is the Silent NRG produced “Global NRG.” This beat was brewed in Hong Kong, and the sounds of the region, including the 2,500 year old zheng string instrument, are inextricable.
Steele’s style showcases a proliferation of alliteration and sublime, tightly intertwined, timed rhymes combined with a mountain of metaphors. His vocals transmit in a raspier fashion half of the time, which has drawn comparisons to Nas. In tandem with his standard tone, the resulting vocal variety makes for a sonically dynamic contrast.
Jay’s customary voice projects very deep, powerful, and smooth in a manner evoking iconic emcees like Big Daddy Kane, Parrish Smith (of EPMD), Doctor Dre, and The Fresh Prince. In fact, some may find “Givin Thanks” to be reminiscent of the timeless classic hit “Summertime,” with Jay espousing meaningful, grateful, and highly relatable lyrics with smooth flavor like that of Will Smith himself.
Of course, when it comes to lyricism, “Tha Rhyme Conductor” again must be discussed. With its crazy combination of crafty puns and metaphors, combined with a myriad of creatively placed, high voltage, cinematic sound effects, this concoction could certainly be described as electrifying. Listening to the lyrics, it’s clear that this type of effect is the intent. “I feel like I was able to summon up all of my creativity, and energy, and to unleash it on this one,” Jay recounts.
Steele’s writing has been catapulted by love, which is abundantly apparent in “No Better Present,” a romantic love song capable of conjuring memories of classic raps like “The Lover in You” by Big Daddy Kane and Method Man’s “You’re All I Need.” The continuity ensues with “Rap Appreciation,” which is a nostalgic love letter to hip-hop itself. It could be construed as a happier version of Common’s “I Used to Love H.E.R.”
“What I Can Do” is yet another very personally revealing and meaningful collection of lyrics. This composition is dedicated to those contending with cases of severe fibromyalgia, as he is. The lyrics depict a bit of what it’s like to experience this disease while offering hope in the form of ideas to help manage it. It ends by revealing that Steele has been a leader of a New Jersey support group for fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome, and he concludes by providing his email address for those who would be interested in receiving a comprehensive list of resources that could be helpful for managing the disabilities/symptoms.
“Peace Not War” features a rare portrait of a rapper acknowledging his own specific character flaws in an effort toward personal growth. This aim imbues ideas in lines like, “Trying to change everybody – everybody but me – what I need is less me – and more humility.” Jay actually intended to put this track on his album “Solid Steele,” which is comprised of material he made between the years 2001-2006. (It should be noted that from 2006-2013 he released 5 albums, including “Music for a Better World,” under the name “Tha Truth,” which have had a global impact in their promotion of human rights.)
“I didn’t think I was physically capable of recording much ever again when I wrote Peace Not War,” Jay acknowledges. “I was just going to put it on “Solid Steele,” but my wife said she thought I should make a whole new album. She said that’s what she wanted, and that’s when I decided to try and do it.”
An additional aspect of note about this album is the exuberant exhibition of echoes. When Jay first began recording at Mulligan’s studio in Deptford, NJ, the engineer was left awestruck. After amassing decades of studio experience he reflected, “I’ve seen a lot of people try to do that [with echoes], but I’ve never heard anyone do it so well.” Subsequently, when Jay asked him to use his equipment to provide an echo, Jeff responded, “I like it better when you do it.” Alas, from that point on Mulligan began referring to Jay as both “The Echo Messiah” and “The Human Echo Machine.” The latter became the title of an interlude that encapsulates their amusement at the fact that Jay ended up performing virtually the entirety of echoes heard on the project without the aid of studio generated echo effects.
Overall, “For Tha Love” harkens back to the days when hip hop was more innovative, fun, and positive, and artists like De La Soul, Pete Rock & CL Smooth, Tribe Called Quest, Run DMC, Beastie Boys, Heavy D, and Kid ‘n Play ruled the day. “Rap Appreciation” is a quintessential ode paying tribute to artists like this that really gets to the heart of the idea of keeping these types of vibes alive (and flowing and growing).
Steele began rhyming while residing in Echelon, NJ, not far from his birthplace of Philadelphia. Jay has come a long way since his early days of raps racked with anger and vengeance (assembled after a tumultuous childhood).
Simply put, “For Tha Love” is the culmination of Jay’s trials and tribulations. It exudes the totality of his musical passion, dedication, and versatility.
It is a return to the vibes of yesteryear and a trip back to raps packed with fun, positive, mature, meaningful, and creative content. In the end, it’s music made by and “For Tha Love.”
Quick Description
For Tha Love sounds like The Fresh Prince’s “Summertime” combined with rhymes like Tribe, Rakim, and Nas, that move smooth like Kane, Pete Rock and CL, with fun and positive presence like De La, KRS, Heavy D, and Kid ‘N Play
 
Artists Jay Sounds Like: Nice & Smooth, Rakim, Big Daddy Kane, The Fresh Prince, A Tribe Called Quest, De La Soul, Kid ‘N Play, Pete Rock & CL Smooth

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TU PHAM-Doctor & Conscious Rapper

Tu Pham is a doctor working in family and mental health, a rapper and songwriter, a public speaker and a second generation Vietnamese Australian. His music videos examine politics and health issues in a biopsychosocial framework, performed in an entertaining and accessible format. He has performed shows in Brisbane, Sydney, London and New York. He has graced the covers of mX and GP Journey Magazine, headlined for the event “Rhyme, Rhythm and Reason” and has been a panel member at the Pho’nomenal BrisAsia Festival and Inter-Asia Pop Studies conference at Monash University. He was a plenary speaker for the “Creative Careers in Medicine conference” at the Gold Coast. He has reached number 1 on the Reverbnation Brisbane hip hop charts a number of times, and has been featured on 4ZZZ radio. His album “Made of Jade” can be found on iTunes and Spotify. His music video “Save Our Seas” reached 1.6 million Facebook views and has featured on Inquirer.net. On 30th October 2020 he releases his sophomore album “Agenda”.

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The last four years, especially 2020, have been particularly challenging for everybody. Rapper and Doctor Tu Pham has been documenting these crises in detail via the medium of hip-hop music. After the viral success of the pan-ASEAN track “Save Our Seas”, Tu P follows up with the 20 track album ‘Agenda’. The topics covered include: Climate Change, Child Protection, Terrorism, Policing, Freedom of Speech, Asian Geopolitics, Coronavirus, Healthcare and The Arts. Tu P realises these issues are bigger than him and bigger than music. Drawing on personal experience and astute observation, he uses his platform to deliver a message with clarity and conviction.

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Jordan Ramble-THE ATHEIST WHO TURNED TO CHRISTIAN ARTIST

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! 

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JaVaughn Nawleans-My Music Is About Motivation And Grinding Hard

JAVAUGHN NAWLEANS AKA J.N. BORN JAVAUGHN WILLIAMS STARTING WRITING AFTER HURRICANE KATRINA. JAVAUGHN NAWLEANS GREW UP IN NEW ORLEANS LOUISIANA BUT LISTENED TO EAST COAST HIP HOP. JAVAUGHN GREW  UP IN ONE OF THE MOST NOTORIOUS HOODS IN NEW ORLEANS TO WHERE AT ONE TIME IT WAS NOT SAFE TO BE OUT AT A CERTAIN TIME. JAVAUGHN NAWLEANS FELLOW PEERS WAS DRUG DEALERS AND SOME IN AND OUT OF PRISON WHICH WAS TURNING OUT BAD FOR J.N. BECAUSE BY DEALING WITH THESE GUYS HE GREW UP WITH HE WAS GETTING CAUGHT UP IN A BUNCH OF B.S. JAVAUGHN NEVER THOUGHT HE WAS GOING TO BE A RAPPER HIS DREAM WAS TO PLAY FOOTBALL BUT ONCE HURRICANE KATRINA HIT HIS LOVE FOR PLAYING WENT AWAY. JAVAUGHN BATTLED DEPRESSION FOR A FEW YEARS AND QUICKLY STARTED WRITING LYRICS TO EXPRESS HISSELF. AFTER BEING TOLD HE HAD A TALENT HE STARTED WRITING MORE AND MORE. AFTER GOING BACK TO NEW ORLEANS JAVAUGHN LOOKED FOR A STUDIO TO RECORD BUT COULD”NT FIND ONE SO HE DECIDED TO GO GET HIS G.E.D. AND LATER THEN ENROLLED IN A COMMUNITY COLLEGE. JAVAUGHN THEN RAN INTO A OLD HOMIE THAT BOOKED HIS FIRST STUDIO TIMETHEN THERE HE MET CAS MAJOR A LOCAL PRODUCER AND HAVE”NT LOOKED BACK. JAVAUGHN RELEASED A COPY OF LOCAL MIXTAPES IN THE CITY BUT COULD NEVER GET RADIO PLAY AND A PUSH. HE LATER SIGNED TO A LOCAL LABLE BUT COULD NEVER RELEASE A SOLO PROJECT BECAUSE THE LABLE WANTED HIM IN A GROUP. AFTER GETTING OUT OF THAT DEAL J.N. DECIDED THAT HE WAS GOING TO MAKE THE MUSIC HE WANT AND DO IT HIS WAY. JAVAUGHN NAWLEANS FAVORITE RAPPERS ARE T.I.,THE GAME,JAY-Z,JADAKISS,STYLES-P,FABOLOUS ANDN NAS. ONCE THE RAP GAME CHANGED TO WHERE EVERYONE SOUNDS LIKE FUTURE OR YOUNG THUG JAVAUGHN NAWLEANS FEEL LIKE HIS DYNAMIC STYLES IS NEEDED

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JAY 1-music video hit a million views on streaming

Flying the flag for Coventry’s rap scene with a self-assured swagger, JAY1 had a meteoric rise after the single “Your Mrs” made its way to the 18th spot on the U.K. charts.

Originally rapping as Young Jay, JAY1 started making music seriously after moving from North London to the historically student-based city of Coventry in 2016. Bold, self-assured vocals and candid lyrics gave the U.K. MC a fundamental versatility: despite often letting his lyrics speak for themselves on minimalist trap beats, he demonstrated his ability to adapt to everything from drill to dancehall. After delivering freestyles on two popular U.K. video series, Bl@ckbox and Hardest Out, JAY1 saw his first major success with “That’s My Bae,” which blew up through online video channels before inspiring its own freestyle challenge.

A series of 2018 singles helped to boost the rapper’s fan base and expand his sound, leading to him trying his hand at summer dancehall on “Good Vibes” and blunt braggadocio on “Becky.” It wasn’t until “Your Mrs” that the Coventry MC found his breakout hit — after a snippet of its chorus received social media buzz, the song’s music video hit a million views on streaming services just three days after its release. Building on this success, he quickly landed a spot on the remix of Russ and Tion Wayne‘s “Keisha & Becky” and then appeared on Charlie Sloth‘s Fire in the Booth radio show in April 2019. His debut EP, One Wave, was released in July of the same year.

Review by David Crone(United Kingdom)

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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

Career
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.

Controversies
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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“KYLE LITTLE” Michigan Finest Rapper-Now Rolling on Deal with Bungalo Records through Universal Music Group

EXSECCARY

Exseccary has gained popularity for his popular songs “So Sic” and “Have You Seen Enough” and, has also appeared in the video “Who Wild Like Us” with Bizarre from d-12. “So Sic” has appeared on the national website www.Yoraps.com/exseccary

receiving more than four million hits within the past several months. A native of Flint, Michigan, EXSECCARY, sounds like accessory aka Kyle Little, has been rapping since he was 15 years old. A tragic accident nearly took his life when he was working for a steel company that builds steel trusses and frames. When nine huge beams weighing 18,500 lbs. the weight of nine diesels trucks accidentally fell off a loading vehicle trapping Little against a wall of steel his fellow workers thought he was killed instantly. Emergency medical technicians rushed him to the hospital where he was diagnosed with a crushed pelvis and other internal injuries. Little was hospitalized for two weeks, and recovered miraculously with the help of rehabilitation and later working out with martial arts trainers. Within the past few years, Exseccary has performed in New York City, Chicago, Phoenix Flint and Detroit Michigan and many others building a remarkable fan base. After being chosen to enter a pop competition where his song aired on top-rated Flint radio station 105.5, Exseccary advanced to the finals to perform at Flint’s Clio Amphitheater for a screaming house of around 3,000 fans. Followed by the competition EXSECCARY went on to do an interview at Shade 45 Radio station in New York City and “So Sic” receiving national attention on the website “Yoraps.com”.

Exseccary won a Battle of the Bands contest in Grand Rapids, and won studio time with Black Rose Productions in New York City. Exseccary is currently prepping the release of his new CD after signing a production deal with III Worlds Entertainment & Music Group, and Death By Lipstick. who have done sounds tracks on a variety of movies, and production on many of celebrities tracks. EXSECCARY is now working on releasing some of thee most intense story line songs the industry will have layer eyes on. He has worked on a reality show with bungle records and now t.v. called little by little taking over hollywood staring him and his twin brother lyle little. EXSECCARY has a distribution deal with Bungalo Records through Universal Music Group. Be sure to check out his new songs ID Take A Bullet For You remix with Dick Wagner The Maestro of rock.He was Alice Coopers Leads guitarist and appeared on over 35 platinum records. The video is coming very soon in short film style it is amazing.Also be on the look out for his track Tears over flowers it packs a punch that you may not recover from. You can find him at Exseccary or exseccary | Hip Hop from Flint, MI Exseccary (exseccary) | Twitter his http://www.facebook.com/exseccarymusic or new www.exseccary.com website is in progress. thank you and enjoy music with meaning.


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Otis Fonde Next Hip Hop Artist To Blow

 

Although he says he would like to someday perform with the likes of Jay z and J Cole, Otis is steady working hard to rightfully take his place as the next big thing in the Hip hop scene.

While living in Las Vegas, Otis dropped the Album entitled “Decatur Blvd”. This album also has two music videos on youtube – Season and Congratulations.

Otis started making music when he was 13 yrs old and gets his musical inspiration from his brother Dwayne.

When we asked me what inspired him to write the Album, He replied saying ” Sin City; The light, The Parties, The Feeling”.
Watch out for this Virginia native cos not only does he know how to write his own music but he sure knows how to razzle and dazzle you.

 

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The Inspired Talent Of BabyBoi-J-

Babyboi J. (born September 1, 1991) is an German-English singer, songwriter and rapper.Inspired by different kind of music like “Soul”,”RnB”and”Hip-Hop”, started Jay at the age of 10 to sing and to write his own songs. A few years later by the age of 14 he recorded his first songs and tried to learn as much as he can about the music. His ambition as an artist is to touch other people with his music and to show his passion for the art. In collaboration with different artists from all over the world, he wants to show how many-sided the music can be and how easy it is to connect with people thru the music even if they don’t speak the same language.Babyboi J. dropped street singles like “Bend Over”, “Believe It”, “Keep The Hustle“ and “Shotgun“. His debut EP “Straight Up“ came out in January 2017 and is available on Spotify, I-Tunes Amazon etc. After he dropped more singles and is working on new projects.



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