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  • Silence - Summertime Feat. EMDUBAI

    Silence Releases A New Single Titled "Summertime" Featuring EMDUBAI
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  • Quianna Crute - Oh Adonai

     

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    Catch the Vibes With Quianna Crute With Her New Single “Oh Adonai” From Her Album “Created to Worship”

    In her debut album, “Created to Worship,” esteemed praise leader and choreographer Quianna Crute creates a yoke-breaking, deliverance-inducing musical worship experience. The first single, “My Love Letter” is just that… a powerful praise and worship composition that exposes Quianna’s heart for God in its rawest and most intimate state.

    Quianna states: “I want my concerts to be the place where people come to get a message through the music that brings life to the dying, hope to the hopeless, and renewed faith to people who are on the brink of giving up on God. I want my concerts to be like a reservoir where people can come, be filled and have an experience with God that will change their lives forever, all over the world. I want to see people on their knees, arms and hands lifted, purging, and crying out to him… everyone on one accord worshiping and praising the true star, Jesus Christ.”

    Contact

    Quianna Crute Music

    Atlanta, GA 30318​

    P: 404.484.1831

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/quiannamusic

    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ6nIE4IhsQ-xWwkbnIgf6g

    About Me

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    “I want to be used by God to create an atmosphere where people can come get healed, delivered and be filled” 

    -Quianna Crute-

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  • SINN - Put Ya Seat Belt On (Single)

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    Artist, producer and songwriter SINN announces the release of “Put Ya Seat Belt On” off his forthcoming album titled ‘Know the Name, Know the Difference.”

     

    The 25-year music veteran famed as “The Ryder King” switches up the game and introduces a new style for fans to embrace.  SINN reminds the world that he’ll do whatever it takes to succeed in life, music, and love. His captivating blend of bars and vocals exudes an infectious and invigorating vibe sure to have music enthusiasts head-nodding through the streets and into the clubs.

     

    SINN’s deliverance of motivating, and at times edgy lyrics will ring over and over in your ears, so strap up and “put ya seat belt on” to endure this momentous ride.  “I know what it takes I like to drive all gas no brakes, put ya seat belt on my heart’s racin girl you better buckle up it’s a fight, knuckle up.“

     

    Stream “Put Ya Seat Belt On” on preferred platforms

     

    Connect with SINN

    Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | Web

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  • Click to listen on all platforms: http://smarturl.com/latinoviking

     

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    On April 10, 2020 Good Friday American rapper Triple Play released his fourth studio album titled 'Latino Viking'. "This album was a reflection of a lot of personal demons I've struggled with over the years that I wanted to get rid of." says Triple Play. On this album you'll find everything from street bangers, slow/sad songs to new experimental type songs. Always one to keep pushing the sonic boundaries Triple Play promises to continue pushing out new original sounds.

     

    Triple Play is an American Rapper from Dallas, TX. He has collaborated with Houston’s legendary Lucky Luciano the self proclaimed Prince of Dope House Records, as well as Lil Ronnie a member of the legendary Dirty South Rydaz from Dallas, TX. Triple Play gained critical success in the late 2000’s as he toured throughout Texas performing on the car show circuit including the King Of Tha Streets and the Texas Summer Car Show. Triple Play has performed alongside major acts such Trai’d (Gutta Chick), Trae The Truth (Grand Hustle Records), Chingo Bling, MC Magic, and DJ Kane, and has established himself as a prominent member of the Texas hip hop scene.

     

    In October 2008, Triple Play released his fist mixtape, Heart of a Hustla, Vol. 1. His music he says is a message that you can overcome all obstacles and rise to the top through hard work, discipline, and persistence. Heart of a Hustla Mixtape Vol. 2 was released on Tuesday May 12th, 2009, he says he is trying to stay versatile with his music and keep it fresh and new. In February 2010 Triple Play released his third single “Arab Money” featuring Lucky Luciano (Steak N Shrimp Records) from Houston, TX.

     

    After a brief hiatus from the music scene Triple Play returned with his hit single ‘Smash That’ which was then followed up by ‘Everythang Good’ ft. Lil’ Ronnie from the legendary Dirty South Rydaz, and released his debut album Heart of a Hustla which can be found on all online digital music stores and streaming services.

     

    On May 5th, 2017 a day also known as Cinco De Mayo Triple Play released his second studio album titled The Awakening. Triple Play decided to release his new album on Cinco De Mayo to pay tribute to his Hispanic heritage. The Awakening was a highly awaited album that has eighteen tracks, and fifty one minutes of non-stop banging music consisting of previously recorded unreleased music as well as brand new recorded tracks.

     

    Triple Play released his third highly awaited studio album titled ‘The Prodigal Son’ on December 21, 2018. The album title signifies his rise from hitting rock bottom after having taken a hiatus for several years and returning to the rap scene. Triple Play has consistently been putting out a new album every year since returning in 2016, and his latest release is sure to garner rave reviews, as each track is musically and tonally different, yet stays true to his style of laid back southern flow delivery on each track. This album is packed with street bangers, club bangers, and even features a song especially for the ladies.

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    Chad "The Professor" Rico Drops Final Four Lessons with the Last Single Releases from "12 Weeks of Summer"

    3424736232?profile=RESIZE_710xRapping math professor Chad Rico is prepping for quarterly semester exams with the release of the final four singles from his "12 Weeks of Summer" hip hop music project on Gold & Gems Records.   The last assignments include "Still Wit It," August 9; "Success with the Shade" on August 17; "Wonder," on August 23 and "Sleep in the Phantom" on August 30. Rico's "12 Weeks of Summer" has really added up, bringing the total of this musical equation to a blast summation! 

    Richmond, CA - Rapping math professor Chad Rico is prepping for quarterly semester exams with the release of the final four singles from his "12 Weeks of Summer" hip hop music project on Gold & Gems Records.   The last assignments include "Still Wit It," August 9"Success with the Shade"on August 17"Wonder," on August 23 and "Sleep in the Phantom" on August 30. Rico's "12 Weeks of Summer" has really added up, bringing the sum total of this musical equation to a blast summation! 

     

    Altering the geometry of the rap game, Chad Rico enters the music classroom as an entrepreneur, financial analyst, clothing manufacturer/designer, filmmaker and world traveler. When he dropped his first EP "Myth" last year with the single and wildly popular video, "New Level," many expected the teacher to take his books and go home. Instead the academian displayed higher learning and dropped a new track every single week of this simmering vacation season.

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    A Belizean American, Chad's legend began at birth when he was born in Los Angeles, in the same hospital and at the same time as Grammy Award winning artist Kendrick Lamar. Currently repping for the Bay Area, Chad's family relocated to Northern California where he now resides. The esteemed University of California Berkeley alumni attended the University on an academic scholarship at the age of 16!

    With a B.A. in African American Studies and Applied Math, and a master's in mathematics from San Francisco State University, Chad also spent eight months in London in a Regents College Graduate Business Program. The intentional student turned professor has taught math at Contra Costa College, City College San Francisco, Berkeley City College and College of Alameda.

    The 32-year old has traveled to over 35 countries. In addition to his music company Gold & Gems, he owns and has operated his Gold & Gems clothing business for the past six years. Students can cram the past single assignments as research for the final exam at 

    https://www.goldandgemsrecords.com/12weeksofsummer.html

    Sign in for class at www.Chadrico.com and don't fall behind. Follow Chad "The Professor" Rico on Instagram at @internationchadrico . 

    Check out cheat notes for "Still Wit It" at  https://youtu.be/dHL55AFEYtc.

     

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  • Interview With Crunch





    1. Where are we talking from today? 


    A. Los Angeles.

    2. Where did you get your artist name from? 


    A. As kids at elementary school with a group of friends, we were picking names for ourselves. One friend said he was going to call his self Crunch but he changed his mind. I heard the name and said that's me and that's the name I chose.

    3. Music wise what are you working on right now? Are you currently promoting a single or album?


    A. I'm promoting a single right now titled "I'm Go'wd."

    4. Who or what were the most significant influences on your musical life and career? 


    A. Hearing artist like Common, 2Pac, 50Cent, Big Pun, and Eminem.

    5. Who are your favorite musicians? 


    A. Kendrick Lamar, J Cole, Jada Kiss, Jay Z, 2Pac, Common, 50Cent, Big Pun, Eminem.

    6. What have been the greatest challenges/frustrations of your career so far? 


    A. Getting to the next level, the level of being a professional artist, making money with my craft and being known by the public.

    7. As a musician, what is your definition of success? 


    A. Being publicly known and making a living with your talent.

    8. What is your idea of perfect happiness? 


    A. Success and good health.

    9. What is your present state of mind? 


    A. Determination, and focus.

    10. What is your most treasured possession? 


    A. My music.

    11. What do you enjoy doing most? 


    A. Writing songs, producing beats, performing live.

    12. Where would you like to be in 10 years’ time? 


    A. I would like to be rich and famous, traveling, and employing friends and family.

    13. Where you @ online? 


    Facebook.com/crunchwhite

    Instagram.com/crunch_infinite

    Twitter.com/crunchinfinite

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  • Check Out Dahshanae's New Single R.I.A





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  • 1. Where are we talking from today?

    A. I am from Chicago originally but Florida currently has my heart.

    2. Where did you get your artist name from?

    A. Well, I went through maybe 3-4 name ideas but I ultimately went with the name I was born with, Dahshanae. It felt the most right and really further pushed the motive of truly showing my audience who I am.

    3. Music wise what are you working on right now? Are you currently promoting a single or album?

    A. I just finished working on my first mixtape, "Relapse" and it is truly my most personal project yet. "Relapse" will be available on all platforms June 17th and the first single and visual from the project, "R.I.A" will be out April 19th followed by a few more really amazing releases so I'm very excited about it.  I found my sound while writing this project. I learned so much about myself and what is and isn't love through this project. More importantly, I learned how to accept my flaws and to take everything that I've learned to make better decisions in life and hopefully be a beacon for others that hear this project and relate to it in some way to help them understand that repeated behavior will have the repeated results. 

    4. Who or what were the most significant influences on your musical life and career?

    A. I would say who inspired me most was definitely Janet Jackson and Beyoncé. I was literally 4 years old staring at my TV studying Janet Jackson's music video choreography until I had it completely down packed. Same with Beyoncé as I got older. I've just always been obsessed with their confidence, their creativity, their drive. Everything they did was completely genius and legendary and I think myself as well as many girls growing up saw that as an example of true brilliance. When I got more so into my teens, I got into Erykah Badu and fell in love with her voice and her vision. I would say I definitely look up to so many strong women that inspire me to be the artist that I am today.

    5. Who are your favorite musicians?

    A. I love so many artists and I'm always finding new ones to add to the already long list of my favs but off the top of my head, I'd say Jessie Reyez, Mickey Shiloh, Chloe X Halle, Jhene Aiko, Erykah Badu, Nicki Minaj, and Ariana Grande.



    6. What have been the greatest challenges/frustrations of your career so far?

    A. My greatest challenges have definitely been feeling unsure of myself and allowing others to make me feel unsure of myself when I am confident in something. I'm a Libra so I'm already very indecisive by nature so getting to a point where I'm completely happy with something can be a long process and can become an even longer process when I have other people in my ear telling me they don't like something I do and that I should do this instead than someone coming behind them and saying they don't like that. I kind of had to come to the realization that not everyone is going to like everything I do and no matter how hard I try, you simply can not please everyone. I had to give myself a mini pep one day and tell myself that I got this and to just go with my gut and that has definitely helped me overcome some of my self-doubts.

    7. As a musician, what is your definition of success?

    A. Being a musician, many people would say success is selling out shows, getting a #1 on Billboard, and having millions of dollars. Don't get more wrong, I think those things can play a factor in the look of success but I'm more worried about the feel of success. Being able to connect with your audience through your music is huge to me because there are so many people around the world going through things and always have that feeling that it's just them feeling crappy or low key weird or whatever is it. With my music I want my audience to see that they are not alone so people messaging me or coming to my shows saying that one of my songs made them feel better about their situation or made them feel empowered then that means true success to me.

    8. What is your idea of perfect happiness?

    A. My idea of perfect happiness is being able to create art. Rather it's music, visuals, performances, paintings, etc. As long as I'm creating freely and being able to fully express myself through my art, that is the definition of a happy Dahshanae. Well...that and food.

    9. What is your present state of mind?

    A. My present state of mind is solely on making my mark. I remember seeing something Left Eye from TLC said in an interview and it really stuck with me. She said that if you can see something you want in your head clear as day, then it is possible. When you believe in it, It starts manifesting into reality. For me, always believing in myself and keeping the doubters far away from my creative thought process and execution is key.

    10. What is your most treasured possession?

    A. My most treasured possession is hands down my laptop. I feel like my entire life is on it so I'm super protective over it. You can take away my entire studio but as long as I got my laptop, I'm good.

    11. What do you enjoy doing most?

    A. I enjoy being in my studio from sun up to sun down just writing. For my "Relapse" project, in particular, I really freestyle many of the songs and now it is probably one of my favorite ways to create. You never really know what you're going say so sometimes the melody is everything but I have to go in a switch a few words around and sometimes the melody and the lyrics just fit so perfectly that I leave it alone so it's a pretty interesting process for me.

    12. Where would you like to be in 10 years’ time?

    A. In 10 years, my only real goal is to be happy and to continue to make music that makes people feel human and inspire them to be unapologetic.

    13. Where you @ online?

    A. You can find me on all social media platforms @IamDahshanae


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  • Interview With Dooley KP



    1. Where are we talking from today? 

    Phoenix, AZ.

    2. Where did you get your artist name from? 

    My grandmother gave me the nickname Dooley and I added KP being I am from the country and my label is Kountrysyde Records. The C in country was replaced by the K by a group member. The P stands for P.I.M.P which mean Practice Intelligence Mind and Prayer, put reversed Putting Money In Pockets

    3. Music wise what are you working on right now? Are you currently promoting a single or album? 

    I have just released a new single entitled “Ignant” but also working on other material to be released in the future.

    4. Who or what were the most significant influences on your musical life and career? 

    My brothers started me to do so, so I would say they influenced me. But my first performance was in the first grade and music has been in me ever since. So I would say all music has influenced me to some degree.

    5. Who are your favorite musicians? 

    2Pac, Luke, 8ball & MJG, Outkast, UGK, TI, Eazy-E.

    6. What have been the greatest challenges/frustrations of your career so far? 

    Trying to get to the next level. Just trying to create that buzz to get music known. Trying to book shows and tours.

    7. As a musician, what is your definition of success? 

    Just doing what you love, being happy and living the life from it. Constant growth.

    8. What is your idea of perfect happiness? 

    Being able to do what you love.

    9. What is your present state of mind? 

    Anxious and excited about the direction I am going and the new single.

    10. What is your most treasured possession? 

    Don’t have anything as of yet.

    11. What do you enjoy doing most?

    Performing.

    12. Where would you like to be in 10 years’ time? 

    Being a successful mogul helping others to achieve what I have.

    13. Where you @ online?

    https://open.spotify.com/artist/2LlCevUlPymeEnYNcwr992

    https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/dooley-k-p/270424501

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwfJtleZj77R9K5soH509EA

    https://www.facebook.com/dooleykp/


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  • Jesus would Be GAY For Me: Happy Puppy Denim

    Jesus Would Be GAY For Me

    ..is the new single off the up and coming "This is Happy LP" by London sample pop/hop artist: HAPPY PUPPY DENIM

     

     

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  • Kampgroundz Ent. Presents: "Dfyance"

    We would like to formally introduce the band, "Dfyance." This band is made up of 2 drummers, Aaron "Amock" Smock & Danielle "Dae Dae" Turner; our guitarist and captain, Zachary Hall; and Michael "Prolifik" Ellis on lead vocals. Together, they mix a variety of sounds, such as: Hip Hop, Rock, Jazz, and Blues. Take a look at Prolifik's "November" off the upcoming EP "Places" shot by Xavier Smoot

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TMVYqOwEFwo

    SoundCloud Link https://soundcloud.com/dfyance-dfyance/prolifik-novemberdirty

    ReverbNation https://www.reverbnation.com/dfyance7/song/28566442-prolifik-novemb...

    More band info www.kampgroundzent.com/dfyance

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  • Artist Spotlight: Check out #NewMusic from "DON" Reppin NAWF Side of Atlanta
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  • Papi (@Papi155)

    My Niggaz (Dj Mil Ticket Exclusive)

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    Papi (@Papi155)- My Niggaz (Dj Mil Ticket Exclusive) via #StackOrStarve

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    New Music From Harvey World's Own "Papi" off his upcoming "Still Here" project. Get in tune with the movement and Follow @Papi155 On Twitter & Instagram

    Booking: 15517@Gmail.com

    Get your next project distributed at @Raphenom.

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