The future of Hip-Hop is here; 8-year-old Lil Jeezy brings fresh sound to the table with hot new singleLAS VEGAS, NV – A fun track from a young new artist is lighting up the West Coast and causing quite a buzz among music industry insiders and fans alike. “I’m A Baller” is the debut single from 8-year-old rapper Lil Jeezy. The son of long-time songwriter and recording artist D’jon, Lil Jeezy has burst onto the scene with his own brand of hip-hop that showcases his fun, carefree style and entertaining performance. Written by his father, “I’m A Baller” is a fun, upbeat track that’s all about being good at basketball and football. Inspired by his love of sports, the song also features a short-film that showcases the young star chasing his dreams of being a professional athlete and putting in the work to achieve those dreams. “I love being active and competitive, and I love shooting the basketball,” Lil Jeezy said. “I like the same type of music as my dad, and I’ve grown up watching him record and produce music, so it’s fun for me being creative. I love telling a story with my lyrics.” Lil Jeezy’s father was an athlete and has been involved with music as a career for many years, but he’s never encouraged any of his children to follow in his footsteps. He’s been intentional about supporting them in whatever passion they choose to pursue, and for the most part those passions have been with athletics. But for his youngest son, the notion of making music is something that attracted him at a young age and when he was 6 years old he finally approached his father about creating a song together. “When he was 6 he just out of the blue was like, ‘Dad, I want to do a music video. Can we do it today?’” D’jon said. “I said, ‘Well, we need music first.’ So, we got some production from two-time Grammy-nominated
To listen to Lil Jeezy’s music, or to follow him on social media, please visit the following links:
I’m A Baller
Official “I’m A Baller” Music Video: https://youtu.be/
Follow Your Dreams: I’m A Baller (short film): https://www.youtube.
Lil Jeezy Live: https://www.
“I’m A Baller” on Spotify: http://open.spotify.
“I’m A Baller” on iTunes: http://itunes.apple.
Tik Tok: https://www.tiktok.
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NuKingdom Records Drops new single & video: “BFC” DoublePlatinum Songwriter, Producer & Artists, PHE, Lord King Kassanova VII & Harmony
MIAMI, March 21st. – Artist PHE, Lord King Kassanova VII & Harmony
NuKingdom Records announce the official release of single and video, “BFC” – a tour de force collaboration with some of the brightest rising stars in Afro Beat, R&B and Hip Hop. Fusing multiple genres of sounds with a rich, nuanced Afrobeat flavor, “BFC” is a chart-topper ready to happen having already built unstoppable
“BFC” is available on all streaming platforms
“BFC” Single and Video’s Creative Line-Up
Featuring the talents of:
• PHE: Artist, Platinum song writer & Producerhttps://open.spotify.
• JonFx: Multi-Platinum producer and musical pioneerhttps://music.apple.
• Harmony: Model and sensational vocal siren,
• Lord King Kassanova VII: Artist/
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“Do Em Wrong” Official Music Video Kaboom Holy ft. Julio Foolio & Money Man LootFor “Do Em Wrong”, Party Pack representer Kaboom Holy elicits the help of collaborators Julio Foolio and Money Man Loot. The song itself is aggressive and might make you want to put your guard up! With a grungy, homegrown visual to match - this offering is not about the theatrics as much as it’s made to get a point across. “Do Em Wrong” definitely makes a statement – one that says these three are not the ones to play with. Scattered graphics flit across the screen, and the camera captures unique, unexpected angles contributing to a feeling of controlled chaos brought out by Kaboom and friends. For fans of the floss, the ice does not disappoint – each rapper donning shimmering adornments and coordinating trademark grills as he spits his piece. As the visual opens up, Julio Foolio makes quick work of his lead position in the song’s lineup. He jumps right in with two feet, setting the tone with back-and-forth rhymes that lay the groundwork for a potent listening experience. Foolio delivers confrontational stanzas with flows that have the bounce to tie up his lyrics in a bow. Kaboom’s trademark voice, likely recognizable even from space, enters in behind Foolio urging, “I got that sh*t that gets you upset!” Freeform locs swinging, his spirited emergence brings about even more aggression, more gun bars, more reasons not to get too comfortable in your seat. His plays on words and sheer mastery of his vocal are what both shock and draw one in. The hook Kaboom offers hits hard and not only burrows like a vicious earworm; it also ties together his compadres’ verses. Enter: Money Man Loot – the rapper with the gravelly voice, high-energy and blonde/green silhouette. With a no-manners approach, Loot presents volatile lines that do the term “Grand Finale” justice. It’s also in this scene that viewers are magnetized with double-exposed images of all the money, jewels and fashion one would expect from a team such as this. All in all, “Do Em Wrong” captures the embodiment of a hood-rich rampage. The video was shot and directed by Charlotte-based company, The A.V.E. Productions, and just released in conjunction with the new single, produced by Loaf Boy Nick. Check out this, and all of Kaboom Holy’s content via his social handles and links.
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"I Like The Way That" is about someone who is in love with their best friend but is afraid to say it. They keep giving them signs or trying to show them that they are meant to be. The main questions are: There is some passion between us both, but is it something more than a simple attraction? Does the other person have feelings as well or is it all in my head? Should I give it a try or should I not ruin a perfect friendship?
Are they catching feelings too or are they simply being kind?
So many questions can remain unanswered between two people... Should we give it a try?
This song is about being somehow stuck in the scary so-called "friendzone". It isn't healthy for either side to remain friends with someone only in hope that they'll take us as their partner one day. We can't force love, it finds us.
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Jarvis Jeremy Gibbons, better known by his stage name JRealityG is an American rapper & songwriterBorn & raised in a small city with only 3 traffic lights & not very much entertaining to do besides playing sports, wildlife gaming & atv riding. JrealityG took a liking to hip hop at the very young age of 5 years old. Mimicking artists like LL Cool J, Bones Thugs n Harmony, the late great Tupac Shakur & also another legend The Notorious B.I.G. who he was introduced to through cassette tapes by his older teen cousins. Over the years that mimicking would actually turn into a second nature hobby. But instead of mimicking other artists, JrealityG had actually crafted his own style of rhyming & critiquing his wordplay in the form of writing & freestyling. As a teen, JRealityG enjoyed listening to Field Mob Kanye West & Andre 3000 of Outkast. but I could honestly say Shawn Jay of field actually was the 1st artist that made me challenge myself as a writer. His delivery, play on words & wittiness made me aware that it was different levels to being a rapper/songwriter. Not solely based on the number of album sales made, but more so in the art itself. Cyhi the Prynce & J Cole are by far two of J Reality G's favorite MC's as of today. Due to the fact that they haven't shied away from actually being craftsmen in this art Despite the trends that come & go they stay relevant & still prove to have two of the best pens in the industry. JRealityG is a simple form of an artist with legendary lyrical talents. Cultivated by the southern roots his grandfather instilled in him, he has harnessed the ability to engulf his listeners through a thoroughly considerate approach to conscious lyrical content. Influenced by some of the greats such as Jay Z, J. Cole, Rick Ross, Cyhi, and Shawn Jay, JRealityG will always be authentically grounded. The realism in his voice will take you on an expedition of culture, laughter, and a renewed desire for musical expressions.
His ability to craft a unique musical presence is pleasantly revealed in his upcoming release “No Congratulations”
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As woman we go through so many phases of our life. Many times finding that we've lost a part of ourselves along the way because we're so busy with everyday life. With this particular project I wanted to embrace the side of myself I hadn't seen in a very long time. That side of me that was fun, free, fearless, dangerous and sensual. Wow and it felt so good feeling free to be me. I challenge all women to embrace all of themselves again. The woman you used to be combined with the woman you've become is unstoppable.
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"Bend the Ear of the World'' by Mr MooQ is dropping now!
"Bend the Ear of the World" is a dance-pop tune that's entertaining, mysterious, and packs a good beat! What the heck does "Bend the Ear of the World" mean? Listen to the song and maybe you'll figure it out!
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With sonic surprises at every turn, Fayetteville artist “Kaboom Holy” is the embodiment of the unnamed space between what currently exists and what could be. With a dynamic, almost volcanic energy, at times it seems music and lyrics serve as mere canvases primed to showcase Holy’s warrior-like charisma and animated vocal takes. With youthful spirit, Kaboom delivers paced lines about street life over grungy Hip-Hop beats and couples them with chant-like hooks that sound heavy-metal adjacent.
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Meet Terrance Williams the Party Promoter Turned Entrepreneur | @itsjusttwill
Baton Rouge native Terrance Williams grew up in Louisiana as a single child. Growing up he was influenced by his mother who was also an entrepreneur. He was a student at Woodlawn High School and later attended Southern University but dropped out to support his family.
Williams started his career in New Orleans as an entrepreneur, promoting events for other promotional parties before starting his own. He founded his company “The Event Pros” an entertainment business platform that has featured celebrities clients such as Lil Baby, Young Dolph, City Girls, Blac Youngsta, YFN Lucci, and others, making him at the top tier in the promotional industry. Terrence rapidly rose to be one of top promoters of Baton Rouge, LA and the surrounding areas, bringing out over 700+ people every weekend.
Williams says "Coming out of Baton Rouge, Louisiana was hard. The entertainment game is rough due to the low tourist and celebrity traffic." He quotes "Success means a lot to me for my company. I have employees depending on me and my success to feed their family and that's what I'll continue to strive to do." Terrence has a lot of plans for his company in the future and plans to dedicate himself to the business to help others in need.
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New York City's Entrepreneur Boaz BagBag Contunies to Bring Hope to Where It's Neede
New York City based Entrepreneur and Philanthropist Boaz BagBag has established another new business. He’s been able to create funding for the business with the help of some investors from Wall Street. So far Boaz has been able to obtain a good amount of start-up funding for his latest business endeavor. Always a smart businessman, Boaz has clearly put together a solid
business plan for the company. And more importantly, others can also see his vision and are willing to support it. The first round of funding being issued out for the company will be in the amount of $50 million. This round of funding will only be used for the car rentals, the deliveries, and the fleet operations. As you can imagine, these are very crucial areas to the success of the company. Which of course means they will also require consistent and steady funding.
This new company endeavor will help bring in a substantial amount of high value jobs throughout the East Coast and Down South as well. Boaz is opening up the business’s first locations in the New York, Washington DC, Miami, and Atlanta areas. And of course they will be opening up other locations in different areas and states as they continue to expand. The company will offer a variety of programs allowing for numerous people to be able to get a job. But most of their programs will be catering to the minority communities in the areas where they open up locations. By creating these steady jobs, Boaz is looking to provide new opportunities and better features to minority communities such as the Spanish and Black communities. The company is also working with Non Profit Organizations and other agencies to help better the communities they’re in and the surrounding areas.