Wednesday, October 20, 2021

HIP HOP RECORDING ARTIST 'GMB FLASH' STOPS BY AND TALKS ABOUT HIS NEW SINGLE "PUT UP OR SHUT UP" AND MORE!

GMB Flash gets in your face with aggressive new track ‘Put Up or Shut Up’


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NEW ORLEANS, LA – GMB Flash has witnessed a lot of messed up stuff in his life growing up in the Ninth Ward of New Orleans. The pain and suffering he’s endured is the core of the music he offers to the world – an inside look at the hard life through the lens of very good music. 


His most recent offering to the world is the hot new single “Put Up or Shut Up.” It’s a message to anyone out there who claims to be a baller or to have money to affect change, that if they don’t step up and put their money where their mouth is then they better shut up. 


“Prove to us that you have it,” GMB Flash said. “If not, be quiet. A lot of people talk the talk but don’t walk the walk. This is me letting you know you better put up or shut up. A friend of mine sent me the beat and he asked me to kill it. That’s my job, so that’s what I did – I killed it. We got it to put it up – there’s no shuttin’ up on my end. Ain’t no quiet mouths over here. The goal is to show the world we been doing this for a minute.”


GMB Flash is no stranger to aggressive and in-your-face lyrics. He’s made a career on it, in fact. For years he’s been performing at the top of the game, and his style is one that people recognize immediately for its authoritative and declarative nature. It’s the reason he was given the nickname Flash in the first place – because of his temper and the way he moves around in the streets. He’s never been one to wait on someone else to make a move, and when it comes to his career as a musician he’s been leading the way for a long time.


“Ain’t nobody else out there like me,” he said. “I’m not a mumble rapper or doing something just for clout. There’s an actual message in my lyrics that will definitely resonate with the streets. Anyone who is even close to this type of life will feel my music. Folks who went through the type of stuff that I went through – stuck in a poverty-stricken environment where you constantly had to battle – will connect with what I’m bringing. It’s music for anybody who’s trying to elevate out of that. I don’t ever want to open up a pack of Top Ramen again in my house.”


GMB Flash said “Put Up or Shut Up” is a single off a new EP called “Flashed Out,” which is currently available across all streaming platforms. It’s a project that shows off his style and brings the Get Money Boys name into the world. He plans to follow that with the mixtape “Reincarnated” later this year. 


To listen to GMB Flash’s music, or to follow him on social media, please visit the following links:

https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLmEokqH45t7RJBHROkkfEbuG2ahkk8Fci

https://youtu.be/YYJlg4JEngE

https://instagram.com/gmbflash?utm_medium=copy_link

https://www.facebook.com/nick.calhoun.370

https://www.snapchat.com/add/neworleansnikko

https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMechuUFJ/

 

Tuesday, October 19, 2021

TAPS GHOST HUNTERS SATORI HAWES AND CODY RAY DESBIENS TALK HAUNTED MUSEUM AND CURRENT PROJECTS!

(TAPS) Paranormal Investigators Satori Hawes and Cody Ray DesBiens talk about their haunted museum tour,  life being Jason Hawes dad (Satori) and how she's carving out her own path in the field.  They also talk about how it all got started for both of them in the field, and much more.

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Thursday, October 14, 2021

ENUFF Z NUFF CO - FOUNDER / ORIGINAL LEAD VOCALIST, DONNIE VIE STOPS BY AND TALKS ABOUT HIS LATEST PROJECTS AND MORE!!!!

 


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CO - FOUNDER / ORIGINAL VOCALIST OF 'ENUFF Z NUFF' DONNIE VIE PODCAST
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Donnie Vie stopped by the Brad Cooney Podcast and gave us a great update on what he's been up to as of late.  He's got an amazing flash-drive bundle box set of his music that's now available. Click the link above to learn more and to purchase.

Vie goes in depth with us about his journey from lead vocalist of one of the top rock bands of the early 90's, to his personal battle with anxiety, to his now sobriety, and his relationship with Chip Z Nuff. 

One thing is certain, Vie is a good man who happens to be an amazing songwriter and a terrific vocalist.  He's got a ton more to offer the world of music so stay tuned.

Check out Donnie's personal website  HERE



Follow Donnie Vie on Twitter  HERE
 

FORMER / ORIGINALL FRONT MAN OF "ENUFF Z NUFF" DONNIE VIE STOPS BY TONIGHT AT 8P CT.

 


TUNE IN TONIGHT AND HEAR AN IN DEPTH CONVERSATION WITH FORMER / ORIGINALL SINGER OF "ENUFF Z NUFF".  WE TALK ABOUT HIS NEW SINGLE AND BOX SET, HIS SOBRIETY, AND HIS LIFE SINCE LEAVNING ENUFF Z NUFF, AND MORE! 

Monday, October 11, 2021

HIP HOP RECORDING ARTIST "BADBOY VT" STOPS BY AND TALKS ABOUT HIS NEW TRACK 'NOT INNOCENT' AND MORE CURRENT PROJECTS.

Badboy VT turns pain into motivation and inspiration on new track ‘Not Innocent’


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CHICAGO, IL – Growing up, Davonte Watkins always looked up to his older cousin Ed “Badboy” Brown. He was a well-known boxer from the West Side of Chicago. But in 2016 Watkins’ cousin was gunned down and died. Watkins dealt with a lot of anger from the experience, and eventually got arrested on gun charges. It was during his time in prison that he started thinking about the impact Badboy had left on his life, and he made the decisions to follow in his cousin’s footsteps as a rapper. Once released from prison he started to take his music career seriously. He took on the stage name of his cousin, and today operates as Badboy VT with music that has hundreds of thousands of streams across multiple platforms. 


His latest offering to the world is the hit single “Not Innocent,” which was originally written while serving time in prison. It’s a song inspired by his late cousin and the challenges he has felt in the years since the original Badboy was killed. It’s a song that many people having come up through the struggle will be able to relate to as it explores the cultural and societal disadvantages many born to that way of life face every day.


“I’m an innocent child, but I’m not innocent due to the circumstances of where I’m from,” Badboy VT said. “The way I have lived is what I was born into. I’ve been trying to escape it, but it’s hard to escape without getting in trouble and doing certain things. My cousin Badboy inspired me, and when he was killed his death really impacted me. I’ve turned that pain into motivation and grind. The majority of what I get done I do because of the pain I go through.”


When it comes to musicality, listeners will immediately recognize that Badboy VT has a voice that’s different from anything else in the music industry today. He has a different way of talking about familiar topics, and his flow and sound are unique and original. He’s also extremely versatile. He can ride any beat – from jazz to rock to hip-hop and everything in between – and is one of the most naturally gifted freestyle artists in recent memory. Whatever he’s feeling in the moment just pours out of him on the mic, and the result is recording gold.


“I actually heal and touch people,” he said of his music. “I inspire people to do better and to do what they can to get through certain situations. Do what you can for yourself and don’t worry about what the next person thinks. Stay focused. Put family first. Keep your head down and push forward through the pain and don’t worry about what anyone else thinks.”


Badboy VT said he plans to follow up “Not Innocent” with another single called “So Amazing,” which should drop later this summer. To listen to his music, or to follow him on social media, please visit the following links:

https://youtu.be/UPMPFOqBGU8

https://youtu.be/HrIsD_rDkkQ

https://youtu.be/uUDsOngXYkU


Wednesday, October 06, 2021

FOKIE DOPE STOPS BY AND TALKS NEW SINGLE "MONEY,WOMEN, AND B.I." AND MUCH MORE!

Melodic, hypnotic track showcases Fokie Dope’s signature Boom Trap style


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CHARLOTTE, NC
– The King of Boom Trap has made yet another major splash on the entertainment industry with his latest hit single “Money, Women, and B.I.” Currently available across all streaming platforms, this single is a hybrid of a few styles, but with Fokie Dope’s signature sound that combines good flow with impressive lyricism and a bouncy, lively sound that’s sure to get people moving. 


“My music is a hybrid between boom-bap and trap music, with jazz overtones,” Fokie Dope said. “A lot of my music sounds jazzy and synth-heavy, and some of it has R&B elements in it with different kinds of instrumentation. But it always has an energy to it, and this song is no exception. It’s easy on the ears and easily accessible to a large audience. The core of the song is about residual trauma from growing up in bad places and the damage that does to your psyche. But it’s also about how anyone might have to hustle their way out of bad situations, no matter where they are in life. It’s melodic and hypnotic and anyone who listens to it will get entranced in the lyrics and pick up on the message I’m trying to send.”


Fokie Dope is an American rapper, songwriter, musician, record producer and entrepreneur who originally hails from Detroit, Michigan. Bred on the streets and brought up in the rugged neighborhoods of that violent city, Fokie Dope developed the hustle mentality and relentless grit that places his abilities and talent at the forefront of everything he crates. Combining syncing elements of sounds for more than 15 years, Fokie Dope has created a distinctive bassline he’s named Boom Trap. 


That signature sound accompanies a signature style that is hard to ignore. Even in the midst of a crowded entertainment industry, Fokie Dope stands out. With such a love for fashion, Fokie Dope’s style is what he jokingly considers “good to be a big dude, love for wrestling, rolled blunts, beautiful women in underwear, and philanthropic efforts.”


“I want my music and my persona to be motivational,” he said. “I want my music to be a hustler’s soundtrack – not just illegal hustlers, but anyone who’s trying to find their way out through shit. I want to inspire them to use what they’ve learned along the way to be creative. And I want to speak for those who don’t have a voice. I know I can use what I have learned to influence other people.”


To listen to Fokie Dope’s music, or to follow him on social media, please visit the following links:

“Money, Women, and B.I.”

https://open.spotify.com/track/0FjHphlfCgRJqODN3s4a7A

https://youtu.be/XGgwEAxzkpY

 

Tuesday, October 05, 2021

Q&A PODCAST WITH WENDY MOTEN - SEASON 21 "THE VOICE" SINGING SENSATION 4 CHAIR TURN!

 


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The Brad Cooney Podcast Show caught up with NBC's "The Voice" season 21 singing sensation Wendy Moten and talked to her about her amazing blind audition.  Her rendition of "We Can Work it Out" got her a 4 chair turn, AND a block by Blake Shelton who used it on John Legend. 

Wendy shocked The Voice world by selecting Blake to be her coach. That said, it was a smart move to go after the most winningest coach in "The Voice" history.  Blake has taken multi genre's across the finish line in the past. 

Check out what Wendy had to say about her experience on the show thus far.

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Monday, October 04, 2021

THE VOICE SEASON 21's WENDY MOTEN JOINS ME TOMORROW (TUESDAY) 8P CT!

 


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I'LL BE JOINED BY SEASON 21'S WENDY MOTEN. SHE HAD A 4 CHAIR TURN AND SELECTED COUNTRY MUSIC STAR BLAKE SHELTON TO BE HER COACH AND MENTOR. WE WILL TALK ABOUT HER AMAZING BLIND AUDITION AND HER MUSIC CAREER PRIOR TO "THE VOICE" AND MUCH MORE! 

Friday, October 01, 2021

PRODUCER / SONGWRITER "ALLEN B" TALKS NEW ALBUM 'GYPSY KING' AND MORE!

Allen B serves up impressive mix of sounds and styles on mysterious new album ‘Gypsy King’


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SAN DIEGO, CA – When most people think about gypsies, there’s an element of mystery often involved. They’re nomads with a culture deeply rooted in spirituality and often wander the world seeking new adventures and experiences. They’re eclectic, and present an outward appearance that’s influenced by many different people groups from around the world. 


That’s a great way to describe the new EP from West Coast artist Allen B. “Gypsy King” is a six-song project that gives listeners a little taste of everything he has to offer as an entertainer. From Hip-hop to R&B to Dancehall to EDM to Jazz to Funk … and everything in between … this is an EP that is sure to please any music lover out there. It’s a project that pulls from his many different life experiences and influences – from growing up in New Orleans to traveling the world through his years of service with the U.S. Navy. The West Coast funk and hip-hop flavor contributed to the jazzy taste he developed as a kid in New Orleans, and blends together with the affinity he developed for keys and synth sounds while stations overseas. All of these things come together into his music for a truly original sound.


The first track on the project is “AI Technology.” It’s a song that both addresses what’s going on in the world today with the over-saturation of technology, and what this could lead to in the future. “AI Technology” is interconnected through all aspects of life and business, Allen B said.


“If you look back 20 or 30 years ago, the cell phone was the biggest thing popping, and they were huge,” Allen B said. “Now everything is inter-connected – from Siri to street lights to Amber Alerts and all the ways everything is interconnected through finances. This song explores the benefits and potential dangers of living in that kind of a technology-driven world.”


Allen B follows that up with “Road Rage,” and aggressive song with a catchy hook and a lot of energy that was inspired from a moment he had on the freeway in Southern California – a place notorious for it’s bumper-to-bumper traffic and high rates of road rage-induced violence. 


The third track is “Do You Believe?” which Allen B said is the standout single from the project and has been getting some major attention from fans all over the world, especially throughout Europe. He calls it an old-school funk song that channels his inner Ray Charles. It was born from a moment of introspection when he began to wonder just how much he could believe the things people around him were telling him – even including friends and family.


“Do you believe what you see?” he asks in the song. “The truth is not what it seems to be when people tell you. There are always two sides to every story. Are people doing the research to find out the truth of what people are telling them – whether that’s through the media or even what friends say as fact? The truth can be skewed.”


Allen B said “Do You Believe?” has been especially popular among younger demographics, and he’s excited to see how it introduces a whole new generation of music-lovers to his unique brand of music.


He follows this up with “Zena’s Moon” and “Dance Hall King.” The first is a catchy song about different strands of marijuana, while the latter is an EDM/Dancehall mix that has a great vibe and could easily be heard in clubs all around the world. 


He finishes the project with “Bitcoin,” which is an exploration and quasi-indictment of people’s ignorance when it comes to the future currency of the world. It’s a song that demonstrates Allen B’s desire to use music to initiate dialogue around key issues, while also entertaining the masses with groovy sounds.


“I’m trying to leave behind a message,” Allen B said. “You can make good sounds and rhythms and sometimes words aren’t needed. But sometimes words really are needed to make good songs. My slogan is ‘Music with no limits.’ I don’t have to make music the way people tell you that you should do it. That’s why I try to incorporate different elements with different styles, and I know people will understand what I’m trying to accomplish. And through it all I intend to show them that I’m leaving a message behind in a variety of different ways. You can dance and have a good time, but you also get little nuggets of what it takes to get through life in this world today.”


To listen to Allen B’s music, or to follow him on social media, please visit the following links:

https://open.spotify.com/artist/5vu6wd2DHT38siNBbZ1s25?si=0zeCz4btTleaJc8_6stYoQ&dl_branch=1

https://music.apple.com/us/artist/allen-b/1537833869

https://twitter.com/aemusiqllc

https://music.youtube.com/channel/UClhjgQvZC1sCkC82bheoCOQ

https://soundcloud.com/aemusiq

https://unitedmasters.com/allen-b

Instagram: @allenbmusic504

TikTok: @allenbmusic

www.allenbmusic.com


Thursday, September 23, 2021

HIP HOP RECORDING ARTIST "PIVE" TALKS NEW ALBUM 'I WILL FOREVER BE' AND MUCH MORE!

Debut artist PIVE is in search of immortality with new album I Will Forever Be


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SPOKANE, WA - Independent artist Ryan Mullane, better known as PIVE, is a musician who is starting his career in a big way. Having written music for much of his life, he is finally taking the plunge with the release of his first ever album. I Will Forever Be is a collection of tracks with a conscious Hip Hop sound and the goal of lasting through the generations. It is also a call to all kinds of people looking to follow their dreams, telling them that it is never too late. 


“I called the album I Will Forever Be essentially with the intention of telling people that I am forever going to be this artist and this person.” His style leans into the older and more culturally relevant styles of Hip Hop, mixing the modern with the memorable to create something truly unique. “I’m trying to bring back the kind of lyrics that hit the most. You don’t hear very many songs anymore that are timeless and actually hit hard.” He is doing an amazing job of achieving this goal with the emotion and lyricism that go into each track. 


Within the album there is an overlying theme of taking over. “Throughout the album, you’ll hear me refer to a circus. It is my way of saying that while it is cool that the genre has condensed into this singular sound, there is a new kind of uniqueness in the rap game now. It’s my circus and I’m taking over.” Mullane is truly taking the scene by storm with this album and the many amazing tracks that can be found on it. 


Mullane has been writing music since he was only 10 years old. With more than 20 years of experience under his belt, his lyricism is truly a honed craft. Now that he has experienced life and found himself in a comfortable position, he decided it was time to finally put his hard work and writing to good use. The two singles that have already been released from the album “Music Lives” and “Girlfriends Dreams” have already received a great deal of attention and appreciation from those who have had the chance to hear them. The tracks showcase an advanced style of lyricism that is truly impressive.


In all of his tracks, Mullane focuses on showing his audience that anything is possible. “For everyone that listens to my music, I say anyone can go after their dreams if they try hard enough. It’s going to be a bitch to get through it and there will be tons of ups and downs, but if you keep pushing and believing in yourself, you’ll make something happen. 


As a musician who is determined to make things happen, Mullane is already hard at work putting together Act II of the I Will Forever Be album. He is excited to release more new music and cannot wait to share his next project with the world. 


Be sure to check out Ryan Mullane as PIVE on social media and stream his music. Links to all of this can be found below. 

https://open.spotify.com/artist/60bU699VK5YlJsKMzMKPrB

https://soundcloud.com/piveiwillforeverbe2021

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkknbvY0WjeyOTbAih6C85g

https://music.apple.com/us/artist/pive/1572525584

www.piveiwillforeverbe.com

www.instagram.com/piveiwillforeverbe

www.facebook.com/piveiwillforeverbe

https://twitter.com/PIVE32313836


Wednesday, September 22, 2021

POP ALTERNATIVE RECORDING ARTIST SPYNDYCYT TALKS NEW SINGLE "I DON'T WANT TO DO THIS ANYMORE" AND MORE!



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DENVER, CO – If the B-52s and Depeche Mode met Future Pop and Synth Wave sounds, you’d have the signature sound and style of Denver-based artist Spyndycyt (pronounced Spin-Da-kit). His latest single “I Don’t Want To Do This Anymore” is an upbeat, dance-ready track that’s simultaneously trippy and catchy. It’s intriguing in the best of ways and makes you want to move with its frenetic energy and upbeat vibe. And from the moment you hear the first verse come out of his mouth you’ll immediately be taken back to lead singers like Fred Schneider or Dave Gahan. 


The video that accompanies the single is equally intriguing. Nothing more than a point of view camera angle stumbling down a stairwell, the dizzying effect of the video is a perfect accompanying visual for this delightfully meandering track. Anyone who is a fan of Synth Pop, Dance Pop, or Alternative Pop will love this song. 


“Ultimately it’s a song about the drudgery of life and escaping that mundane reality that we all try to avoid,” Spyndycyt said. “You go to school, you get a job, you get a life, and then you’re stuck. That’s kind of what music is about for me – escaping the routine all of us find ourselves in. Ultimately I’d like to be known as someone who is creative and a little bit different.” 

That sentence could very well be the driving force behind a lot of the decisions this artist makes. His stage name, in fact, was created out of an intentional mindset to stand out from the crowd. It’s certainly not something you’d find with a lot of competition when doing an online search of the name, and more than that it’s a name that makes you think a little deeper and wonder about what kind of art comes from a guy with that name. 


The answer is – good art. The best kind of art – creative and original and experimental, but pleasing to the ear and catchy in ways that makes you want to hit repeat over and over again. In fact, Spyndycyt said the only thing he’s ever really wanted to do with his music is create something that people can tap their feet to or feel an emotional connection with.  

“When you turn on the radio today a lot of the stuff sounds the same,” he said. “That gets old to me. When I first started making music it would devastate me that I didn’t sound like anyone else. I’d beat myself up and think it was horrible. But now I enjoy that and appreciate that aspect of it. There are a thousand artists out there actively trying to sound like someone else. Now I embrace the challenge of trying to reproduce what I hear in my head. 


When words pop into my head, they’re often already attached to a melody or cadence, and it can be fun to play around with that starting point. And when people ask me to describe it, I have trouble coming up with a genre. It’s eclectic. It’s whatever I hear in the privacy of my mind – whether it’s something to keep or something so bad it embarrasses me. And it’s a lot like what other people think about – dreams, hopes, crippling fears, reservations about life, and a generalized angst.” 


Spyndycyt said he has other songs he’s working on that will likely be released later this year, and that he could combine all of them into an EP before the year is over. Until then, “I Don’t Want To Do This Anymore” is available across all streaming platforms.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IowaXEl0pYM

https://soundcloud.com/user-106151194


Sunday, September 19, 2021

YO FAM, I'M BACK FOR MY 12TH SEASON PODCASTING WITH NBC "THE VOICE" CONTESTANTS - SEASON 20 STARTS TOMORROW 9/20

 


I got the email from NBC Universal confirming that they want me to podcast another season of  "The Voice" which premiers it's 21st season tomorrow, Sept 20th. Look for more podcast's with the shows singers starting late next week!  STAY TUNED 


Wednesday, September 01, 2021

HIP HOP RECORDING ATIST "ESLY JUAREZ" TALKS NEW ALBUM AND SINGLE 'DAZED AWAKE' AND MORE!

Heavy hitter of hip-hop Esly Juarez drops hot new single ‘Dazed Awake’


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SAN FRANCISCO, CA – Esly Juarez is a fresh-faced 21-year-old Bay Area rapper whose new single “Dazed Awake” is the perfect introduction to a unique sound and style that is turning heads in and out of the music industry all up and down the West Coast. The funky-sounding track has a spunky energy reminiscent of Redman, with a flow that takes over as you float on the rhythm. At some point the words just fall in sync with the beat and you just start bopping your head. You find yourself being caught by the wave of words, and next thing you know you’re swept away on a ride of such impressive music that you don’t want it to stop.


The single is the first off a forthcoming album of the same name, which is slated to release on Aug. 15. It’s an album that will continue to introduce the world to this budding young artist. Across the project he talks about his life and invites listeners into a “righteous kind of mindset.” It’s a project that perfectly walks the line between funny and aggressive, with a mix of rhythmic vibes and clever choruses that are equal parts intriguing and entertaining. 


“It’s about self-determination and the conscious outlook of what you want in life and what you want to strive for,” he said. “It captures that vertigo feeling that you’re current present and you want to inspire pleasure from rhythm. It’s a vibe that’s coming to you, and then all the sudden you’re dropped right in the middle of it.”


Esly said he first got into music as a child as he watched his father work as a program engineer for different radio stations. At a very young age he realized he could maintain himself as a rapper on the track, and he started getting the itch to be better and better – perfecting 16 lines, then 20 lines, then 20 lines on a different beat, ultimately working toward perfecting his flow and crafting an original sound that stands out from anyone else in the game right now.


“I want to be respected in the world of hip-hop and seen as an artist who never gave up on his integrity,” Esly said. “This album is a lot more in the building stage of my career, but it’s also something that can be added upon. I’m trying different flows and seeing what people respond to. And along the way I feel like I’m falling into a nice little spot, even as I keep evolving. More than anything I’m trying to give listeners the person of who I am in the midst of exploring different sounds and styles.”


Esly said “Dazed Awake” will be followed later this summer by a second single from the album called “Home Ugh-lone.” He also has videos planned for the single, which he hopes to drop before the official release of the album on Aug. 15. To listen to his music, or to follow him on social media, please visit the following links:

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/4Thz1r04e9FfUKHOATcT51?si=aOtklUwNR8W6UwurdX9k_g

Instagram: https://instagram.com/eslyjuarezxv?utm_medium=copy_link

YouTube: https://youtube.com/channel/UCfscEAEYm3DUKJJqGVCOong

Twitter https://twitter.com/eslyjuarez?lang=en

Soundcloud:  https://soundcloud.app.goo.gl/RQfTuKVt5ndoD68YA


Monday, August 30, 2021

HIP HOP RECORDING ARTIST "PNPMAR" TALKS NEW ALBUM 'FOR THE CULTURE' AND MORE!

Pnpmar serves up notice to the world that he has arrived with new album ‘For The Culture’


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If you came from the gutter, then you know that the gutter is the hell most people want to escape, with hopes of a brighter future. Much of hip-hop over the years has been born from that struggle, and the sounds and styles being brought to the table from new artist Pnpmar is right in line with that rich musical history. He brings what he calls Gutter Flow Entertainment, and under that label he has released a hot new album called “For The Culture” that has been creating waves throughout the industry over the past month. 


It’s his second album to date, and was made completely by him from start-to-finish. He said he has been trying to get recognized in music circles for years and finally got tired of waiting for something to happen, so he decided to take destiny in his own hands and make his dreams come true.


“I got tired of not being heard or fully having my sound together,” he said. “So I figured that I would perfect my sound and brand and then force my way into the music culture. Thus I came up with the album name ‘For The Culture’ as my best attempt to get noticed by the world and other hot artists out there right now.”


The debut single from the project is a song called “Said It.” Right from the get-go the song drops listeners into this fun groove that has hints of early work from legendary artist Nelly. The song has an off-beat rhythm with a fun, almost-Island kind of melody. This sets the stage for the freaky flow from Pnpmar, who serves up notice to the world that he’s an artist to be reckoned with. Overall it’s just a fun song that will have people bopping their heads and moving their feet.


Pnpmar said anyone who listens to the album will recognize that his style incorporates hip-hop from all ages, while also melding elements of R&B and alternative music. His voice is different than anyone else in the game, and the album is a perfect showcase for how he can adjust to any beat to create unique and original vibes.


“I’m like a musical library with different flows and singing patterns,” he said. “I never really like to sound the same on every song, like most of the artists that are marketed today. I personally find my inspiration from my emotions and experiences, and my imagination. Anything I come across on a daily basis – whether it’s a movie or just a random fight in a mall – I will find a way to use that in a song with no hesitation. The world is my inspiration, when it really comes down to it. I’m always going to create and get better. It’s like chasing a high, but the difference is that the music is my drug and it’ll never do harm to me.”


Pnpmar’s album is currently available across all streaming platforms. To listen to his music, or to follow him on social media, please visit the following links:

https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/pnpmar/for-the-culture

Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/pnpmar/?hl=en

Twitter - https://twitter.com/pnpmar?lang=en

"Said it" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EtiOGcGX8C0&list=OLAK5uy_n9sA5vVe5gLHzJPjyzXfmWNZtKjVoGX_I&index=14


Friday, August 13, 2021

HEALER / SPIRITUALIST / RECORDING ARTIST 'AKASHA RAH" TALKS NEW SINGLE "RIP STALKER" AND MANY MORE CURRENT PROJECTS

Healer and spiritualist offers emotional release through new single ‘RIP Stalker’


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LOS ANGELES, CA – Akasha Rah is not just a musician or even just an artist – she’s a healer and spiritualist who uses multiple forms of artistic expression to offer soothing salves for the soul. She’s been described as a multi-dimensional lyricist, rapper, hypno-therapist, filmmaker, spiritualist, fashion designer, actor and entrepreneur, and her latest project “RIP Stalker” is yet another offering of health-laced entertainment that she said is sure to help anyone who has ever been a victim of unwanted overtures. 


“I had a personal life experience with a stalker and had to get a restraining order,” Akasha said. “I don’t know if she found on me on social media, but she kept harassing me. All of my music a little different, but this one captures my anger and emotions from that experience. I wanted to put it out there because everyone who listens to it can relate to it on a variety of levels. All my life experiences I turn into healing processes or teaching processes for other people. I never thought something like this happened in the world, let alone that it would happen to me. But a lot of people have reached out to me since hearing this song and said that they’ve had similar experiences. It was traumatizing and difficult, and as an artist I knew I had to express myself in some way or form to help others who have been through similar things.”


Originally from South Russia, Akasha has lived in China and New York before settling in Los Angeles. Pulling from various artistic, cultural and life experiences, Akasha has developed her music style with a unique, hypnotic voice, flow and lyrics. More than that, she’s a conscious entrepreneur who owns several companies, including her trans-dimensional entertainment platform #NOBASICS. It’s a movement that aims to provide a non-basic approach to the world’s social and economic issues through various media outlets. She also has a nonprofit organization called “Temple of Akasha” that she formed for “the evolutions of human consciousness to empower the divine feminine, fight injustice and violence in the world, as well as to provide crisis relief.”


“Once I found my voice, I started using it to speak up for those who couldn’t speak up for themselves,” she said. “It’s hard to express yourself when you go through traumatic experiences. Many people don’t realize how painful those experiences are, and they don’t know what it takes to overcome those situations. I just want to get my messages out. I don’t make music to be known for music. I make it to reach out to other people. I inspire people. I want to be known for inspiring people to make changes in their lives and for empowering people, especially other women.”


In addition to her new single, Akasha also has a documentary coming out later this year that will chronicle her journey and showcase some of the healing techniques she offers. To listen to Akasha Rah’s music, or to follow her on social media, please visit the following links:

https://youtu.be/em-7qAWIAlU

http://www.instagram.com/akashaausetrah

https://youtube.com/c/AkashaAusetRah

https://open.spotify.com/artist/0bAjN3j2scv7IGUMdA3phR

https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMd25RwCf/

https://m.facebook.com/akashaausetrah/

https://mobile.twitter.com/akashaishere

https://music.apple.com/us/artist/akasha-auset-rah/1521863877


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