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Dee Ross Rapping the Facts

Dee Ross has been rapping since elementary school. He grew up in Shreveport, Louisiana.
In his neighborhood, he’s always had a passion for rap. He grew up in the Allendale neighborhood on Webster Street. Allendale was a ghetto and a place filled with poverty and surrounded by violence. All of this gave Dee Ross his inspiration in music.
He began writing down his experiences in the form of poems, which seemed to stick well. The more he performed, the more he got more inspiration and confidence in telling the world about his experiences.

A few more years down the line, Dee Ross began to take his music seriously. He felt that he had a lot to share out there. And Dee Ross was willing not to be selfish with his experiences. When he discovered this, he dropped his first ep titled “ForeverReal,” in 2019 on all digital streaming platforms. That same year, Dee Ross dropped another ep titled “ForeverReal 2”. In 2020, he came with another ep titled “Forever Dangerous,” in which another single is attached to it called “I wonder why;” the both of them got radio play, and were top-charts for the time being. The ep itself got 50,000 streams on Spotify. Fans of his music flocked to the page, leaving comments and recommendations galore! And just last month, he dropped another ep called “Forever Dangerous 2.” Fully thrilling his audience every time.

In Houston, he decided to link up with the big labels in the city and make many collaborations with them. He’d done a couple of shows in local clubs in Louisiana and Texas. He’d also launched his own clothing line, 4everReal.com, to cater to his fans’ desires.
Furthermore, knowing how he’s fast becoming popular in the United States. Many music labels decided to chip in and make him part of their establishment. But Dee Ross knows his worth and agreed to be independent for the time being unless he’s got better deals.
With an entrepreneurial mindset, he came up with his record label called “ForeverReal,” with various artists joining him to be part of the movement. These artists can be found on Instagram codenamed @ForeverReal [The artist’s name].
Subsequently, before music, Dee Ross loved playing basketball. He’d won various trophies back in grade school. But music had always been his skill or passion. According to him, “Music was the only hobby which made me express myself without directly telling others the stuff I was going through.”
His most popular artists are Master P, Boosie, and Lil Wayne.

Instagram handle:  https://www.instagram.com/deeross318/
Apple Music: https://music.apple.com/us/artist/dee-ross/1441277797


ATLANTA, Ga. — When he needs to have a strong message, he’ll belt it out loud, but artist and singer/song-writer Real Rell likes to entertain as well, and that’s what he does with his latest single, “Graduated.”

Rell’s latest track is melodic in tone at times and has a smooth sound to it that shows off the artist’s versatility and style.

The music video for “Graduated” has been seen more than 35,000 times on YouTube and tells a tale about Rell’s journey from high school to the “real” world. It’s a story teens and adults can relate to.

“I was just doing the things in my environment, the things I was used to doing and the music I was used to hearing,” Rell said. “I was trying to be creative and trying to give a good visual. I elevated when I was working on that project so I kind of felt like I graduated to another level so it’s a metaphor.”

Rell grew up in New Orleans and his family relocated to Atlanta after Hurricane Katrina devastated the city, and he learned from his father to care about the issues affecting his community.

At the age of 12 he was listening to Tupac, Biggie and Jay-Z, who all inspired him to get into hip hop and pursue it as a career. 

Much of his previous music spoke to the street life and his experiences growing up.

His 13-track mixtape called “Answer the Call,” also released last month, shows his evolution as a musician and rapper.

“People will really see that I’m not just a rapper; I’m something different,” Rell said. “I rapped about what I was going through, ya know, and how it was in these streets. It was about everyday life for me. ‘Answer the Call’ is a project that covers a lot of experiences. I really went there on many topics. Instead of me telling you about the mixtape, I want the people to tell me what they think. I believe my mixtape will speak for itself.”

Rell said the single “Graduated” is meant to be more of a light-hearted and commercial track than some of his previous music.

“I wanted it to come with a theme for ceremonies, even if it’s just a few bars from it,” Rell said. “I wanted it to be something down the line so it’s meant to have a little melodic tone to it.”

He said he’s looking forward to getting out and performing live in the coming year. Right now we’re really trying to take the streets, I want to, with in a year, go on tour. We really want to hit the streets and hit the clubs and see what’s going on. Here in Atlanta we really want to try and be a part of it.”

Rell stays true to his roots, but he refuses to be put himself into a box, “I do what I do because I love writing, rapping, and getting the people to vibe with me. It’s a beautiful thing.”

Make sure to stay connected to Real Rell on all platforms for new music, videos, and social posts.

Amazon Music: https://music.amazon.com/artists/B0767NY64L/real-rell 

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/6ljbqGtwZo00H1QhI6L766 

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCahfXWjD8oa9QtHSS-_URXw 

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/moneyman.venny 

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/realrellvinny/ 

Twitter: https://twitter.com/realrellvinny 

Website: https://www.realrellmusic.com 

Retro2000’s Debut Single “‘Till The Wheels Fall Off” Brings The Message Of Perseverance While Melding Multiple Eras Of Hip-hop

ATLANTA, GA – A caricature captures three people standing in an alleyway–one character, in green, stares ahead and sitting languidly on the rooftop of a garage; the other stands to the right, smoking, as the third person’s bike tires leave smoke speeding past–the back wheels left behind. This is Retro2000’s cover art, showing off members Krypto, Ice, and MaDukes, and represents the hip-hop group’s melding of time within their mult-era influenced sound on debut single “‘Till the Wheels Fall Off.”

Retro2000’s Madukes has been rapping most of her life, living up in Gary, IN before relocating to Atlanta. Her rapping style generates a sonorous movement—slick bars turn listeners on to a significant message that is stylistically reminiscent of ‘90s hip-hop. Ice says he naturally gravitated towards rapping, describing his style as a rugged street vibe. Krypto’s interests are similar, but says he likes to mix both elements of the hip-hip that Ice and MaDuke’s work with, adding in an interest in early to mid-2000s rap music citing Young Thug and 21 Savage as influences.

Era blending is a massive element of Retro2000’s vibe, even its name representing all three members’ goal to take on all sides of the coin—the 90s hip-hop style that brings a message, the rhymes of modern rap’s levites, and the word play of hip-hop precursors such as Gil Scott Heron or the style of groups A Tribe Called Quest or Digable Planets. But Retro2000’s style is all their own–creating the term “Thug Inspirational” to describe it, yet providing a similar representation. 

“Thug Inspirational means we want to talk about trying to persevere and do the right thing but at the same time,” explains MaDukes. “We’re not saying our shit don’t stink, but we’re just trying to be more thought-provoking and making people think about the repercussions that come behind some of those pleasures.”

“‘Till the Wheels Fall Off” plugs into the Thug Inspiration mantra. Originally titled “Gladiator” Madukes had written the single with no intention of releasing it,at a time when she felt like she wouldn’t rap anymore and it was never supposed to be put out. It was MaDuke’s manager that encouraged its release and teamed up with Ice and Krypto to put it all together, and mixed by Grammy-award-winning engineer Mike Wilson. 

“Out of the blue we just collectively came together and got this song and put the song out there,” says MaDukes. “The fact that Mike backed it gave us the validation we needed to say okay, we might be some good. Let’s go out here and do it.”

MaDuke’s experience growing up in a gang-related environment inspires the words to “‘Till the Wheels Fall Off” as does all three Retro2000 members’ current lifestyle–bringing in persistence, faith, and hard work into their lives and their music, hence MaDuke’s line “I’mma rock it till the wheels fall off.” A rhythmic wordplay paints the rest of the anthem alongside a beat that reflects ATL hip-hop of the past and present, and presents exactly what Retro2000 wants the world to hear, also using the hashtag #r2kATL to show what they’ve got. 

We’ve always tried to formulate a sentence and be like, maybe I can make this sound good,” says Krypto. “ But we have to really start taking the experience seriously. So the last couple months we put a couple of songs together and had a couple ideas formulating.” 

Retro2000 are continuing to formulate building momentum with “‘Till the Wheels Fall Off” but be sure to hear more news from the group on all social media and streaming platforms.

Amazon Music: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09VFH2W2W?tag=fndcmpgns-20

Apple Music: https://music.apple.com/us/album/til-the-wheels-fall-off-single/1613988105

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/0qvIwcRLvbEOQop23IbAMd

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m9sOonib7n8 

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/r2kATL/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/atlretro2k/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/R2KATL

Deezer: https://www.deezer.com/us/album/302529867

Get Familiar With The Name Alex Zarbo!

Alex Zarbo, also known as Zarbo, is an artist and producer who has recently focused on creating catchy electronic dance music. He draws from a wealth of experience and influences to bring the public his latest, which has hit the charts at #1 for several weeks on the European Indie Music Charts (EIMC), World Indie Music Charts (WIMC), and the iTunes charts at #1 position in Electronic Canada charts. Zarbo’s new and modern sound continues with the release of his early single “THEY LIE” from the upcoming Hindsight it’s 2022.

It’s based on the true story, “THEY LIE”. A song that will live on in the annals of time. Taking the number one spot on the European Independent Music Charts (EIMC) for the second week in 2022 and remaining in the top ten for the entire month of January. This comes hot on the heels of its two big brothers, Get Up and Dance and Correction in Direction, both of which spent several months at the top of the charts.

How ironic, a song written specifically to depict the lies and deceit of a small town in Canada known as Aurora Ontario, whose politicians for many years wreaked havoc on the local citizens surrounding the Town Park. Day by day, they were causing nuisances and loud unneighborly interruptions simply by granting themselves the privilege authority to dictate what the park should be. A perfect song for another concept Zarbo album due out this year. With that, much can and will be said in this album. Bringing the obvious, logical, and true to light once more.

Zarbo stated, “Because they deceived you! And when I say they, I’m referring to your politicians all over the world. We were repeatedly misled about every scientific aspect of a virus that should never have crippled our economy. It was mismanaged, mistakes were made, and no one will take any further responsibility. Again, this is self-granted authority in a world that desperately needs love, understanding, and intelligent thinkers. This has occurred numerous times in our society, both in the past and, sadly, still occurs today.”

Zarbo made reference to the English colonialist who came to North America to conquer and take what they believed was theirs, but was not. The motive was God, Gold, and Glory, but the native North Americans suffered and continue to suffer as a result. Also considering the white man, who asserted his supremacy by granting himself the privilege-authority to own another human being, thereby dictating to the world that the black race was inferior. Everything else that happened after that is well known, including the inhumane and degrading concept of slavery. All because of self-assigned authority and privilege.

Furthermore, during the conversation with Zarbo, he stated that there is much to be discussed and much to be learned. The general public must open their minds, thoughts, hearts, and actions in order to change the course of what has occurred and continues to occur. Even though the general public is aware that “They Lie,” they are doing nothing about it. Perhaps when it reaches an individual’s hometown, they will realize that it will not go away until each and every person’s convoluted thoughts are enlightened by the good, and by the goodness in their souls.

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Denver’s very own “Rated R Rockstar” KG Prince 

KG Prince is an electrifying artist/creative hailing from Denver Colorado where he was born and raised in . His initial success and drive has been demonstrated numerous times throughout the city of Aurora by taking matters into his own hands creating new vibes and teaming up with some of his current peers in music such as “J Truth” and “LMG” . Most recently KG has shown his capability for showmanship by a performance he did opening up for “autumn” on his “A Qwick Tour” at the Roxy Theater . Some of the fans in the crowd would even say “it was a night to remember”. Prince really set the bar high after ending his set with one of his most promising records titled “ZON3”. This song brings the grunge feeling to the listeners ear seconds into the song as KG gives a plethora of great bars and catchy lyrics throughout the whole song.

There’s a part in the end of the song where the verse ends and it goes into an ending hook chanting “MOSHPIT”. This song translated very well at autumns show meaning the listeners shared some of the same interest and felt some sort of connection preparing for autumn to arrive. KG then completes his set by stage diving in the crowd , something he has never experienced before, he states “Jumping in that crowd was one of the most exhilarating experiences I have ever experienced” . Prince has easily shown why he is one of the most versatile artist coming out of Denver experimenting with a plethora of different genres flows and production. For example, songs like “Ithinkimightdietonight” and “RRR” are good depictions of his art as a whole . In a nutshell, KG Prince is an astonishing artist to keep an eye on , supplying fans with great performances and prominent records .


Broshé Delivers New Music Fueled by Passion and a Cocktail of Contemporary Sounds

Brozshé Mclean—otherwise known as Broshé —is taking on the urban contemporary scene with a fresh sound uniquely his own.

Born on St. Vincent and raised in Miami, Broshé began his musical journey at a young age, listening to his mother singing around the house. Inspired by popular modern artists—including Michael Jackson, The Weeknd, Drake, Prince, Jay Z, Kanye West, Sade, Frank Ocean, Miguel, Jhene Aiko, and Calvin Harris— Broshé has since developed his personal sound—a blend of pop, r&b, and overtones of his own making. Blending his hopes and dreams with experiences, Broshé delivers a musical experience that is both true to his deepest self and resonates with listeners.

Another source of Broshé’s versatile musicality is the energetic club scene of Miami. Created in this vein, “The Party,” his seven-track album, gained momentum quickly following its release. As Broshé’s music gathersed steam, his music video for “One for Me” quickly amassed more than 11,000 views in a few days. 

A mastermind at songwriting, it only takes the artist about five minutes to conceptualize a song. Then he’ll head to the studio, where sometimes he’ll improvise a song without lyrics and take the best portions of the session home to further develop. Every now and then, Broshé partners with a friend who pitches concepts and helps the artist approach his own ideas from a different lens. His beats—which come mostly from YouTube inspirations—take lengthy research to choose. Out of 300 beats, the artist may pick only 2-3 favorites to work on.

When it comes to creating music, Broshé finds that a clear mind helps him develop higher-quality work. Whether it’s hitting the gym or keeping his house organized, Broshé creates the best environment for his creativity daily. The rest of his day is filled will the business side of his musical career—discovering new events to perform at and developing connections.

On the rare occasion that writer’s block hits, Broshé isn’t fazed. “You’ve got to sit back. You can’t look for it—let it look for you,” says the artist of combatting lackluster moments. After all, his goal is to create music that is inspired and unique—“I don’t want my music to sound repetitive.”

After a few years on the scene—seeing the ups and downs of a career in music—the artist recognizes the determination and hard work that has taken him this far. “I didn’t give up. I haven’t stopped or thought it’s not for me. People are starting to recognize that I’m a great artist and I want the whole world to know that. That’s my motivation.”

Fueled by grand dreams and the determination to achieve them, Broshé is eyeing the next level of success. “I want people to know I’m going to be here for a long, long time. Whether it’s a song from this year going on the radio next year—I want my music to go far.” As for this year’s immediate goals, the artist is looking to release two more projects while focusing on quality over quantity. “After the Party” will follow “The Party” and deliver a story throughout the album to give listeners a robust musical experience. After all, the best part of the party is the afterparty.

For more on Broshé’s latest music and news, be sure to check out the links below:

Amazon Music: https://music.amazon.com/artists/B08ZJVVZLH/broshė 

Apple Music: https://music.apple.com/us/artist/broshė/1504848200 

Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/user-250262800 

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/5XhcfdHaqoYcmPKIENCOWu 

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1Uj3xJPgcrkpFIeEuNKrlQ 

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

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brozshe/ 

Twitter: https://twitter.com/theDonBrozshe 

Pop Artist StaJe signs with Sony

Photo Credit by S. Joaquin Ancona

StaJe, originally from South Carolina, flew out to LA 4 years ago to pursue his dream of becoming a major star.

One of the most interested things about StaJe is that he first lived on skid row when he got to LA all those many years ago. He lived on skid row for 6 months before his friend Nickolas Reynolds saw him living on the rough streets of skid row and decided to move him into his place.

4 years later he has accomplished so many feats. From breaking onto the billboard charts in 2020 to going on tours and performing for Los Angeles running mayor Karen Bass as recently as this past week.

I was able to have a chat with the rising super star as he “spilled the beans” on his decision to go with Sony. I asked him what made him decide to go with Sony. He gave me a priceless response; “I work with those that can appreciate my art and who I am as a artist”.

You can catch him on tour this Summer with Roll & Roll Hall of Famer Buster Akrey.

Congrats StaJe ! We will continue to follow along his journey to stardom.

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Sandy T makes us all fall for her as she sings “Fall 4 You”, a new hit single we all adore!,

Sandy T has never shied away from an artistic challenge, whether it’s incorporating contrasting elements into the same arrangement or pushing the creative limits of a pop hook as far to the left of expected as she can without veering into avant-garde territory, it’s certainly the most melodic ever heard out of the handful of true indie listens that has been tested out this year.

Sandy T, new single “Fall 4 You” begins with a deceiving secretive tone that quicicly grows into something lot more forceful and forward-focused than the opening few lines. There’s a dark pessimism underlying the anxiety in this groove, but it’s no match for the enticing Sandy T, whose singing is the clear star of the show even in its infancy. She’s the genuine catharsis facilitator in “Fall 4 You,” with the beat and the harmony that has been arranged, composed and mixed by an amazing team Rob Manzoli and Sue Brooks, P-Funk UK, along with her contributing engineer in the states, Dani Sinatra aka (Elleinad) she, very cautious about where she allows for a release in this arrangement. Tension is the rule of the day here, and she’s dishing it out like there’s no tomorrow.

Soul in a song is more than just a terrific vocal performance. It’s about developing a close relationship with the words and the music, appreciating the depth of a harmony as it moves from one verse slits next, and emphasizing the pace of the music to elicit as much emotion from the background as possible. Simply said, unless you have the type of talent that Sandy T does in her new single “Fall 4 You,” it may be better to avoid using the term soul to describe your music, since the intelligence behind the songcraft commands slot more respect than the current quo in pop requires.

Sandy T’s rhythm is obvious from the start, and I like that she isn’t pursuing a massive percussive force to form the chorus in this tune. Nothing is worse than an uneven arrangement th this type of song, and to her credit, I don’t get the idea we’re listening to an artist who would provide us with anything as predictable and incomplete as all of that. She knows what she’s doing behind the board and behind the microphone, and she doesn’t mind giving us a little flex in “Fall 4 You” if only to remind us of how talented she is.

Michael Rand made a comment about the new single, “I was already feeling the vibe from the music that this player has released in the past ten years plus, but with the arrival of “Fall 4 You” I feel all the more excited about hearing whatever Sandy T is going to produce in and outside of the studio next.”

Troy Johnstone stated, “Equally as melodic as it is enticing and sensuously constructed to immerse us in passion from beginning to end, I think Sandy T’s “Fall 4 You” does her brand is lot of good and only further elevates her status above that of her contemporaries in the American underground today. This is a premier exhibition of her technique and chosen aesthetical

direction, and while it lacks some of the grandiosity that her previous cuts. have been steeped in, I don’t know that this isn’t one of her most efficient examples of brilliance thus far.”

The music of Sandy T has been heard all over the world in partnership with the radio plugging services offered by Musik and Film Radio Promotions Division. Learn more hups://musikandfilm.corn

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When you get the ball rolling as hard as skinsNbones does in their new single “Is There Meaning,” it’s a decent likelihood you play alternative rock the right way. The frills, the fluff, the flat out fatty tones that we used to get away with some ten years ago have no place in the genre now; instead, the tightness and efficiency of first-gen punk rock are here to stay, and this band has no problem living up to that standard. “Is There Meaning” plays and sounds like something out of the late ‘70s/early ‘80s rock n’ roll handbook in the sense that it’s comprised of as little as possible, and yet packing so much intensity it could put the competition out of business.

URL: https://skinsnbones.com/

This chorus is arguably too heavy on the beat to sound light and poppy to audiences, but its structure is absolutely something ripped from the classic American songbook. Again, efficiency is the name of the game in “Is There Meaning,” and I don’t think that skinsNbones would have been able to make this song happen without rejecting the conventionality of indulgence so common among their peers. The guitar parts get a little excessive towards the climax of the song, but all in all the instrumental framing is almost as straightforward and unremarkable as the lyrics and vocal delivery are, which is far more a compliment than anything else. This band makes recording look like a real passion project instead of something all of the well-to-do are engaging with these days.
Production quality can’t save a bad song from itself, but it can certainly bolster the details of a good one in the best-case scenario, and the latter is true of “Is There Meaning.” Though polished like a pop single, this is a song that doesn’t have the natural shine a lot of mainstream content does, thus making its dirtier elements some of the well-spotlighted of any in this mix. There’s no denying that skinsNbones take every step of the recording process seriously, and if they didn’t, they wouldn’t have put the work into this single that they did, especially given the way the market has been treating most of the puritan rock music to have emerged from the underground in recent times.

You don’t have to be a rocker to appreciate “Is There Meaning” and the heavy musicality it’s offering anyone who gives it a spin this spring, but those of us who have been listening to punk and alternative music for ages can enjoy a real gem in this single for sure. skinsNbones are playing a style that has literally become the epitome of its title once more, and while indie rock is never going to fade from public interest completely, this is a band definitely living on the outside of the mainstream bubble and killing it every step of the way. Rock needs this fringe element to stay dangerous, and without the likes of skinsNbones keeping the torch lit, I can’t say the future of this genre would look as bright as it does right now.

Mark Druery

The music of skinsNbones has been heard all over the world in partnership with the radio plugging services offered by Musik and Film Radio Promotions Division. Learn more https://musikandfilm.com

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Congratulations are in order for Westcoast Female Rapper “SKG” ( Helecia Choyce ) for receiving her Gold and 4X Platinum Plaques for her work on the Great rapper Tupac Shakur “Until The End Of Time” album, writing and performing on the # 4 single “Let Em Have It”

Los Angeles-based female rapper, songwriter, and film producer Helecia Choyce, better known as SKG has started the year 2022 with something different. After receiving her plaques this month for previous work at the Legendary “Death Row Records” Now releasing a new project with a new album called “Unfinished Business” followed by her latest single “Bad Azz Bitch”, featuring Boosie BadAzz and Juvenile available on all digital streaming platforms, it’s safe to say fans are very happy about that. “Unfinished Business”, is a dedicated cover to her late brother “Trayveon Choyce” who introduced her to music at a young age.

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Her album consists of 16 solid tracks with features from Boosie BadAzz, Paul Wall, Juvenile, Mistah F.A.B and Beenie Man, Mr. Capone-E, AD, Compton AV just to name a few. Her energetic, diverse, and raw sound give people something to relate to as her music and performing have shaped her into who she is today.

“I’m happy I was able to get my executive producer to produce my album. I worked very hard to make sure I was able to make an Album that reflect my diversity and who I have evolved into as an artist. I hope everyone enjoys my album and I’m grateful for the opportunities that I created for myself” She said.

SKG has overcome many challenges in order to attain a reputed place in the music industry. She has worked exceptionally hard since she dived into the world of music at a young age and has attracted a lot of attention from many in the music industry. Being discovered by Suge Knight and signing a deal with Death Row Records at a young age. Featuring on Albums such as Tupac Shakur “Until The End Of Time and The Doggpound Pound 2002. With years in the game and contributing new content be sure to stay on the lookout for SKG’s name as it is bound to be everywhere in the coming years.

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