Zacchaeus tha Great

Zacchaeus tha Great

 

 

 

 

 

Zacchaeus tha Great

Zacchaeus tha Great

 

 

 

 

Zacchaeus tha Great

 

 

Zacchaeus Darnell Tabron, known as Zacchaeus tha’ Great in the hip-hop world, is an American artist who was born in Virginia Beach, VA at the Bayside General Hospital on December 8, 1990 to parents Zandra Arlean Tabron & Steven Darnell Eure. He lived in the Twin Carnal Village until the age of 11 when his mother decided to move to Lynbrook Landing where he completed his schooling, graduating from the Bayside High School in 2009.

 

 

 

Even though his interest in hip-hop and rap music developed during his childhood, he viewed it as more of a hobby than a career aspiration, which is why he didn’t actively pursue a career in music until he reached his teenage years, which is when he actively began to record music.

 

 

 

However, he always displayed a hidden talent for rapping when he was a child, but did not let his parents or peers let in on it, until later, when he decided he wanted to venture into the world of music. As time passed, his hobby turned into his passion and he developed an interest in becoming a musician with the year 2008 becoming his first foray into the world of hip-hop and rap music.

 

 

 

It started with an Indie label founded by Alonzo Shaw. He went on to release his first debut single, “Go Get Em” in 2016. His debut single garnered more than 10,000 streams on Spotify.

 

 

 

What sets him apart from other independent artists in the hip-hop and rap industry is his ability to use enticing word play and aggressive delivery of lyrics. He credits the 90s and early 2000s hip-hop, R&B, and reggae for influencing his sound.

 

 

 

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Mycheal - Urge

Mycheal – Urge

 

Mycheal - Urge

Mycheal – Urge

 

 

 

Mycheal – Urge

 

This rising crooner was born and raised in Atlanta and at an early age discovered his gifted voice and niche for songwriting. Making his official debut, the singer/songwriter has released his very first single with the sultry “Urge.”

 

 

Mycheal blends his church styled vocals and infectious melodies over lush production by Myke Myth. The grown and sexy sounds will lift you up and ‘urge’ you to get close with your bae, while Mycheal croons about an undeniably hot intimacy between himself and his lady.

 

 

“Said the fever in me will melt these sheets / My temperature’s 110,” he sings. “And the burning in you will melt this room / It’s a hunger that we both can’t tame.”

 

 

“Urge” guarantees to not only heat up the bedroom but also the dance floor.

 

 

 

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Brenda Best

Brenda Best

 

Brenda Best: Nashville TN USA. – Nashville award-winning singer/songwriter with ASCAP (American Society of Composers Authors & Publishers 2011 & 2012 ASCAP+ Award. She’s a four-time Nashville Independent Music Award winner (NIMA 2012, 2013); in 2015, she was inducted into the Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame in New Brunswick Canada (NBCMHOF). Winner of a 2017 Josie Music Award. Brenda Best is a voting member of The Recording Academy (The Grammys); Member of CMA, GMA, and NSAI.
SEE BRENDA BEST “LIVE” in Concert/SHOWS 2017.

 

Throughout the year, she entertains at The Nashville Nightlife Theatre with over 250 shows per year ! See Brenda Best in Blake Shelton’s Music Video “HOME” playing the mother of two girls in the Airport scene. Also, in Brad Paisley’s “MUD ON THE TIRES”. Brenda also played “Kitty Wells” in Sony music video “UPSIDE OF BEING DOWN” by Catherine Britt. Brief appearances in TV Drama”NASHVILLE” in seasons 2 & 3. BRENDA BEST was recently honored as one of her hometown heroes at the 50th Salmon Festival Celebration 2017.

 

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Smooth Talkin Perverts

Smooth Talkin Perverts

 

Smooth Talkin Perverts are 3 brothers from South St. Louis. Graham Zempel – oldest bro – guitar, lead vocals. Jack Zempel – middle bro – bass guitar, vocals. Joe Zempel – little bro – drums, vocals. Raised in a family of small-time (yet accomplished) stage and studio musicians, they came together after doing time with different music scenes: from hard-core punk to progressive jazz, to writing and producing beats for hip-hop artists in LA. Their sound has evolved into a hard rock “jive-punk” mutation that draws from metal, blues, jazz, funk, roots, and hip-hop. Their lyrics run from brutally honest to sardonic and sexy.

Steel

Steel

 

Based in the US, Steel’s story is one of glory & triumph. Born during the American crack wars, after the Disco era, Steel was raised in the hoods of Maryland, in the Washington DC Metro Area: the DMV, from the most talent laden county in the U.S., Gorgeous Prince George. The son of a Stone Mason, an Evangelical singer. Growing up, Steel sang in Gospel groups, played piano, trombone while working in construction during the hot southern summers on the Piedmont Plateau. His hard work ethic allowed Steel to attend George Washington University on scholarship, which began his legacy in music; Urban music to be specific “for the people” says Steel, while serving military tours through various global exercises as a decorated Naval officer. Upon his release from military duty, Steel, CEO & Entertainer, returned home and formed his entertainment company, Ellorenz Records, home of the internally acclaimed groups, Steel, Chickahominy Vibe, DJ Cisco Castille, and Cousins Steel & Cortez. #1 record label in the Washington DC/DMV area: creating ‘slick’ releases and collabs, with the greatest talents, like Nina Sol and DJ K-LA, the American capital city can provide. Modern classics, “for the people, by the people”, embracing the blueprints of Motown, Bad Boy, Def Jam, and No Limit. His goal “create music magic that moves the masses” says Steel. A voting member of the Grammy’s, winner of a few international independent film festival awards for best soundtrack(s) and screenplay(s), and brand ambassador for MJD Productions/WMIFF, G005E, Ellorenz World and Rock Paper Denim fashion house! Steel has nothing else to prove, but continues to do all of this from love. Proof that whatever life throws at you, when you have a vision, a hard work ethic, a genuine love for humanity, beautiful things can happen. Stay tuned for more… Good Vibes

 

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Jairus Daigle

Jairus Daigle

Jairus Daigle

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JAIRUS DAIGLE aspires to walk in his dad’s footsteps toward great musicianship, being business-minded, and community service oriented.  His goals are to inspire other young people to get involved in the Arts and to enhance the awareness of Jazz Music throughout the world.   Well on his way to fulfilling his goals, Jairus is a 2014 Professional Music graduate of Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts.

 

 

 

Just like his dad, Jairus began his journey as a musician at a very young age.  Jairus studied classical violin through private instructions with Mrs. Lisa Hoffpauir of Lake Charles, Louisiana and Mr. Paul Redding of Lake Charles, Louisiana by way of Shreveport, Louisiana and at New Orleans Center for Creative Arts-NOCCA, New Orleans, Louisiana (June 2008, June 2009).

 

 

Jairus originality takes the jazz lovers across the board with a touch of smooth jazz, rock jazz, jazz standards, and contemporary jazz.  His recordings include “It’s My Time” released March 2009, remastered in August 2013 and, “Roam Around The City” released September 2014.  He is presently working on his 3rd CD to be released Summer 2018.  His latest project included recording the video to his CD title track “Roam Around The City” in Cannes, France.

 

 

Jairus is a member of the Lake Charles Symphony Orchestra, City Heat R & B Band, and the leader of his own fusion jazz band, The Jairus Daigle Network, Berklee College of Music Alumni, and Horatio Alger Foundation Alumni.  He serves as an active staff member of the Jazz In The Arts Foundation in Lake Charles as mentor, educator, and performer.  He is co-owner of Cold Armor Productions, Lake Charles, Louisiana, and the Assistant Coordinator for the Jazz In The Arts Internship Program-Lake Charles.

 

 

 

Jairus has received the following mentionable honors:  the Mayor’s Key To The City, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority “Entertainment Award”, and the Black Heritage Foundation of Lake Charles “Entertainment Hall of Fame”.

 

 

 

While at Berklee College of Music, Jairus worked with the Berklee Stage Crew as a stagehand with live sound and light engineering and as a violinist with the Berklee Film Scoring Orchestra.  Jairus was also a part of Berklee’s Global Project, tutoring students in Cape Town, Africa via Skype on American jazz violin.  As a Horatio Alger Scholarship Recipient, Jairus has had the opportunity to perform for the organization during their awards ceremonies in Philadelphia and Washington, D. C., performing along with artists such as Sy Smith.  He was chosen among 3,000 artists to be highlighted at the Cutting-Edge NOLA Music Business Conference in August 2014 where he performed at Sweet Lorraine’s Jazz Club and at the conference and SXSW Music Festival in Austin, Texas.

 

 

 

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