Clone Lab

Clone Lab

 

 

 

Clone Lab

Clone Lab

 

 

 

Clone Lab Multi-instrumentalist James Wallin and Wade Johnson are former members of “Made In The Shade” whose solo release “From the Land of Maroons…” is a steady seller on Spotify, iTunes, etc. This is; in essence; the continuation of that project. With the addition of Bass extraordinaire Matthew Cristiano the project became “Clone Lab”. The suits at NulllluN Productions are so pleased with this release they have asked the boys to get back in the studio pronto and get to work on album number two. This is original music at its finest, so please….ENJOY!

 

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Descent

Descent – Taurée

Descent

Descent

 

 

 

 

 

Descent – Taurée

 

“Taurée is dope!” That’s the initial fan response after hearing him for the first time as a featured artist on 2017’s The Great Escape (John Van Ness/My Own Little World Records). Taurée, (born May 11th, 1994) is a singer/songwriter originally from Long Island, New York but now residing in New Jersey.  While technically considered a tenor, Taurée possesses a unique voice that has no boundaries – a vocal Swiss army knife.

 

 

Descent, Taurée’s first album with MOLWR, will be released in June of 2018. While he has recorded and released projects on his own, he considers Descent to be his official debut. “Descent is the first legitimate representation of my music,” explained Taurée.  “This project is a completely different approach for me. Working with a producer has been eye an opening experience.  Having a team makes the work far less stressful and more successful.  It’s great to have another person in the mix to bounce ideas off.”

 

 

Taurée describes Descent as being about “a boy maturing – losing innocence inevitably through life experiences and transforming into something far different than” said Taurée. “The songs are very personal and real so I think listeners will relate to my experiences and these songs.”

 

 

 

Inspired by the soulful stylings of artists like Prince, R. Kelly, Alicia Keys and Maxwell, Taurée discovered his musical talents at an early age.  “I realized I could sing in kindergarten when I Believe I can Fly came out.  It’s something I continue to work on though”

 

 

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Phatboy - My Letter

Phatboy

 

 

Phatboy - My Letter

Phatboy – My Letter

 

 

 

ARTIST NAME: Phat Boy Mr OG

 

 

SONG TITLE: My Letter

 

 

ALBUM TITLE: My letter

 

 

RELEASE DATE May 25th

 

 

 

 

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Phatboy – My Letter

 

Raymond Moore was born in Oakland, California, in 1974. I grew up playing sports like baseball, football, and boxing. I started rapping in 1996 with an artist that was signed with Atlanta records name Coz and my artist name is PhatBoy Mr. OG. During his record deal, Coz, and I did a nationwide tour with some other artists that were signed with the label from Los Angeles. We promoted the song called “Keep My Soul” produced by No Joe of Rap-a-lot records. We have done many shows, our first performance was in New York at a private showcase called the ‘ill style’ with many famous artists such as Ice T, Buster Rhymes, Old Dirty Bastard etc….We also performed at a showcase in Texas given by Source Magazine and there we performed with the Luniz when they were promoting 5 on it. After we did the tour I stopped rapping and I moved to Norway with my wife in 2000. In 2002 I got a sponsorship from a hip-hop clothes brand company from Denmark called Pyscho Cowboy Streetwear. I was performing in Denmark’s International fashion shows that they have 4 times a year. I performed, in front of some of the biggest known brand fashion liners, that the world has to offer, such as Hilfiger, Guess, Levis etc…The company went out of business so then I lost my deal and it was hard for me to bounce back into the game. It’s 2018 and I am signed with a label out of New York called Bentley Records and now I am ready to show the world what real music sounds like because I am confident with all of my experience and passion for the music this time around I will succeed and become what I was put on this Earth to be and that is a great musician.

 

 

State your reason for choosing music as a career.

I chose music as a career because I love it with a passion and I think I am pretty good at it.

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Tell us how you write the lyrics to your song.

Sometimes I just rap or sing songs in my telephone and then if I like what I made I will write it down and then record it in the studio.

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PHATBOY

 

 

Bentley Records would like to proudly introduce the latest release from our artist PhatBoy. A versatile musical act, PhatBoy has been releasing some great content with the label. His debut releases with the label were released recently. The releases are available for purchase and streaming in 280+ stores worldwide. Stay tuned for big waves from this fast growing act!

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Discuss your life outside the music world.

I been traveling all over the world and I love fishing and playing basketball.

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Discuss your music career.

From 2014 to 2018 I have left the music business and was only focused on my normal job. In January 2018 a friend of my asked me to write a song and I did it just for fun and it came out sounding great. So then I wrote another song and that one came out sounding great. I came to a conclusion that I’m gonna go all the way with my music and take it to the next level. So right now I am at the starting line but I will rise to the top.

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Elaborate on your artist’s name.

Phatboy Mr. OG means I am a super cool cat from the hood.

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List your five favourite music videos with reasons.

 

Michael Jackson – Thriller will also be one of my favorites because the zombie was just amazing and well put together.

 

 

Tupac – Dear Mama song was a video that I can most definitely see myself in that situation when I was a kid.

 

 

Spice One – Welcome to the Ghetto video was a video that looks like the place where I grew and his storyline was relevant about black on black crime; it was heartfelt.

 

 

E-40 – One Love was a very hyped up energetic tune that was filmed with a very nice party setting with a lot of action and class.

 

 

Snoop Dogg – Murder was the Case video was a masterpiece. The graphics, artwork and tricks were amazing;  I love that video.

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Tell us your source of inspiration

My source of inspiration comes from many areas; from something somebody said or done. I see what’s going on in the world from good to evil and that can set off a tune and suddenly melodies can appear in my mind.

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Tell us your impression on dealing with paparazzi.

I would just go about my business and I’m not interested in talking with them.

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Elaborate on the recording of this song

I and some friends got together and we started to make this tune. We were missing some elements so we asked some other guys to join us and one played the guitar and piano and we worked on the drums. It took us about a month or two to find the right tune we wanted our song to sound like. We recorded this song in my friend’s bedroom and then we sent it to New York for mastering, Bentley Records.

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Tell us your future projects.

I’m trying to get a video shoot for this song and I would like to get access to film this song in prison. I see this song being bigger and much captivating with a visual behind it showing exactly what I’m talking about…Picture that!!!

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List the names of those that have supported you so far.

Bentley Records

 

 

A.V.A Radio Development Team

 

 

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Tell us your thought on quality and quantity for the release of songs.

I would rather have less great sounding tracks than having a lot of tracks that don’t sound good at all.

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Tell us your viewpoint on comparing music career to non-music career.

A non-music career is just going to work, come home, eat dinner, go to bed and then repeat; that’s boring.

 

 

A music career is having to travel a lot; meeting new people and creating new songs and just living the life that you love to do. This is the life I wanna do and I think I have what it takes to do so.

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Tell us your opinion on categorizing music into genres and sub-genres.

It’s a good idea because it allows people to know what they are about to listen to

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State the genre you despise most with reason.

I don’t despise any genre.

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List your favourite movie with reasons.

Lord of the Rings is my all-time favorite, I love fantasy and action and suspense.

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State the title of the song and the meaning.

MY LETTER – The meaning is simple, it is about a person in jail that is writing a letter to his friends and family. He’s asking why he never got a visit or a letter and he wonders …

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State the reason for choosing this title.

MY LETTER

I chose this title because I feel it is time for someone to tell the truth about what’s going on in America. No one is really talking about it and I think we all should get together and try to stop this unjustly acts being done against innocent people.

 

Onism EV

Onism EV

 

 

 

 

 

Onism EV

Onism EV

 

 

 

Onism EV

 

Onism EV’s debut EP titled Reach, is likely to create some noteworthy buzz.

 

 

From the, Cali native now New Yorker, Eline Chavez, this new project comes on the heels of her successful solo album titled, The Epic and Reckless. What started off as a follow up to that album, quickly took a detour when she met idea man, fellow songwriter, and guitarist, Christian Votion. ​Native Texan and relative unknown to the music scene, Christian quickly fell into an easy writing groove with Eline that came alive with this debut EP. The combination of her alt rock style and his moody and often dark melodies have helped create a powerful writing duo that gets your attention from the first note. ​

 

 

With a new video and tour on the way, one has to keep tabs on this duo because they plan on making themselves known.

 

 

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Traces of Dawn

Traces of Dawn

 

 

 

Traces of Dawn

Traces of Dawn

 

 

 

Traces of Dawn

 

Formed in 2017 from Southern California, Traces of Dawn combines powerful distinctive raspy haunting vocals, harmonies, and musicianship that has been creating quite a stir rock music scene.

 

 

With such influences ranging from Nirvana to Stevie Nicks, Traces of Dawn has gone on to receive wide spread radio play and win selections of music nominations and awards.

 

 

Described as being, mesmerizing, original and at times just down right raw, Trace of Dawn have now released their new single Creeps.

 

 

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Garth Adam

Garth Adam – I Remember Everything

Garth Adam

Garth Adam

 

Garth Adam – I Remember Everything

 

 

Garth Adam’s new 4 track EP “I Remember Everything” has just been released as a CD and on digital platforms.

 

 

Garth’s music is a mixture of his influences and life. Born in the UK, he spent his early childhood in Africa and Fiji before his family settled in Australia, where he eventually worked his way as a songwriting bass player through a variety of Australian bands.

 

 

The songs were recorded in a studio where 90% of the equipment was made pre 1975. Producer Melvin Tree loves this studio because it can give you the sound of those landmark seventies albums like Born to Run and Goodbye Yellow Brick Road. It’s all tube amps and overhead mikes in a great sounding room.

 

 

“I Remember Everything” was recorded at Linear Recording in Sydney and Bondi Beach Studios, Sydney and produced by Melvin Tree. Mastering was by Kathy Naunton at Db Mastering Camperdown Sydney.

 

 

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WorkSender Radio Playlist

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Joey.G.

Joey.G

Joey.G.

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Joey.G

 

 

Born on 29/4/73 in London, Joey.G grew up in Nigeria, came to England to study and did his A’ levels in London. He then took a year out working in a bank and then enrolled in the University of Wales, Bangor to study Banking, Insurance and Finance. After he finished University, he started working for the church as a student worker. He then decided to enter into the music industry to make a CD as a one-off to raise money for missions, but God later told him to make it a business.

 

 

Joey.G still dedicates a considerable percentage of his earnings to Christian missions. Joey.G grew up listening to Michael Jackson, Lionel Richie, Stevie Wonder, Kurtis Blow, M.C.Hammer, L.L.Cool J, Shalamar, New Edition, Bobby Brown, Cameo to name a few. On becoming a Christian, he has been influenced by D.C.Talk, Grits, Cross-Movement, Priesthood, T-bone, Tunnel Rats, New Breed, GreenJade and more recently by the Clique 116 Crew.

 

Joey.G started writing songs as a hobby following being inspired mainly by DC talk. He has just released his fourth E.P “Super-Hero” and has two albums under his belt called “Time for Revival” and “Breakthru – The Next Level” (Available on CD Baby and other digital platforms).

 

Joey.G uses the gift of music to communicate the gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ in pubs, clubs, schools, assemblies, workshops, festivals, churches, fun-days, evangelistic outreaches, missions, T.V and radio. He has had the opportunity to perform in four different continents; namely – Europe, Africa, Asia and Latin-America. His previous album “Breakthru – The Next Level” has circled the globe and still doing so. Joey.G’s now based in Abergele, North Wales, and United Kingdom. He is married to his lovely wife, Sian and they have 2 children – Alaw and Caleb.

 

 

 

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Alan Baxter

BROADTUBE JULY CONTESTANT – 2018

 

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Song writer: Alan Baxter

 

 

Contracted Vocalist: Michael Lusk

 

Alan Baxter

 

State your reason for choosing music as a career.

Actually music is my second career. I’ve just finished a 30 year career in law enforcement. I’ve always been able to write poems. So I started writing songs in January 2018. I guess you could say I’m an old song writer, but at the same time a rookie!

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Tell us how you write the lyrics to your song.

Cigarettes and Beer, was one of the first songs I have written. A friend mentioned they just sat on the couch smoking cigarettes and drinking beer. As soon as I heard it, the song popped into my head.

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Tell us about you.

Alan Baxter aged 65, born and raised in Nashville, Tennessee; attended school at Lipscomb University, Santa Fe Community College in Gainesville, Fla. Served with the Starke Police Department in Starke, Fla., Alachua County Sheriff’s office in Gainesville, Fla., for 19 years, and the Madison County Sheriff’s office in Jackson, TN for 8 years. Lives in Ashland City, Tennessee currently. Has been writing songs since January 2018, currently has written 58 songs, with four songs, Darkness, David’s Army, Cigarettes and Beer, and Mamas Toddy, currently published. Alan is currently looking for a vocalist or record label to contract his songs.

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Discuss your life outside the music world.

I live and write in Ashland City, Tennessee. I am married to Darlene H. Baxter, who is an exec sec and office manager with one of the major labels here in Nashville, Tennessee. I enjoy working on our small farm, hunting and fishing. I’m also a history nut. I love history and the stories about early settlers here in our country. I maintain a 150 year old cemetery on our farm. I’m a Christian and am a member of the Ashland City Church of Christ. I love meeting people, and listening to their life’s stories. Music is about life, so if you are tuned into life, you will never be a good song writer or artist.

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Discuss your music career.

As I said before, I may be an older song writer, but I’m a rookie in the business. I started writing in January 2018. I try to write each day. Writing is like anything else you want to make a career. If you don’t do it every day, you will never be very good at it. Currently I have 58 songs written. I only have four published, mainly because it’s expensive to have your songs produced. I was blessed to find Stacey at AWritersPardise when I first started out. They did a fantastic job on my four songs. As soon as I can find a producer for my songs, hopefully I can get other songs I’ve written out there for my fans and future fans to enjoy.

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Elaborate on your songwriting project.

As I said, I was blessed to have been able to contract Michael Lusk and Amber Rose to do the vocals for my four songs. Darkness, David’s Army, Cigarettes and Beer and Mamas Toddy. Although I have not met them personally, I feel like I know them. When two people put such feelings into your songs – words suddenly become life; the listeners can see and hear a story. They actually become a part of that story, because they can put their life, into that song. I know there will be other artists in my life, but these two are what really made me realize I could write.

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List your five favourite music videos with reasons.

 

Adele-Hello – funny, grabs you from the start, then you realize it’s a commercial.

 

 

Blank Space – riding bikes through a castle, wow!

 

 

Roar – beautiful color and imaging, loved it!

 

 

Shake it Off – crawling between dancers’ legs, looking up, that will get your attention!

 

 

Shape of You – every man dream, boxing…then getting stomped by a wrestler, not every man’s dream!

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Tell us your source of inspiration.

It would have to begin with my father. I was adopted at age 2. He taught me about life. He preached for 37 years, locally and on worldwide television. He always had time for his three boys. I learned many lessons from him. One would be, believe in God. Hard work always pays off. Never ever give up. You can always overcome, always. His words and example have followed me throughout my life. Another person would be Betty Gillette, my sixth grade teacher at Lipscomb. At the time, I was having extreme problems grasping the things that you had to learn in the 6th grade; she spent many hours after school with me, helping me learn. Failure at something isn’t the end. Many times it’s the beginning. We learn from our failures. The great artists, sport figures, even our political leaders that have had failures, but lifted themselves back up and tried again. That is why they became great.

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Tell us your impression on dealing with paparazzi.

Well I haven’t dealt with paparazzi. Maybe one day, I will have to. They have a job to do. If you have them following you, you’re famous for something! Treat them as needed.

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Elaborate on the recording of this song.

As I said before, I wrote this song, awritersparadise.com produced it. Stacey worked with me on it, giving advice where needed. In the end, they gave me a song, which has touched many people’s lives, and is growing in popularity more and more each day.

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Tell us the theme of your songs.

With nearly 58 songs written, I can see a majority of them are deeply religious. Telling of life’s struggle but life’s victory too. I have several country songs, writing about such subjects as our mamas, dads, and other subjects that deal with everyday life. My music tells of life’s personal situations of love, joy, heartache, death, but life’s victories too. My current work, Mamas Sparkling Eyes, brings the listener back to those great moment with mama that we will never forget.

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List the names of those that have supported you so far.

My wife – she spends hours going over my songs, editing, spell checking and making suggestions. Ray Walker, a Country Music Hall of Fame member. He has guided me and made suggestions, and cautioned me about the spit falls of the song writing industry. The late Sonny James – as a young man growing up, I was always impressed with the dignity and personal appearance he always showed.

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Tell us your point of view on vocal tuning.

Our voices are what we were given at birth. Yes, our voices as far as singing can sometimes be improved. In the end, it is what it is. Many artists tend to try in the beginning to sound like someone else. Just be you. Your soul and heart will make the vocal impression for you.

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Tell us your thought on quality and quantity for the release of songs.

As I first started out writing; most of the advice I received said, keep the song short, people won’t stay tuned in; if the song is too long. I tried that at first, and nothing seemed to come together. I agree, keep your songs telling a story, but tell the story, as quickly as possible. If you heart is really telling you, the song needs to be longer, or for that matter, shorter. Listen. We know there are some classic songs out there over five minutes long. Yet they tell a story.

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Tell us your viewpoint on comparing music career to non-music career.

I’ve done both. 30 years in law enforcement, wow. People would give anything to do what I’ve done over the years. Yet song writing for me, is relaxing, it soothes my soul. I love creating something that, hopefully will still be giving people pleasure long after I’m gone from this earth.

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Tell us your opinion on categorizing music into genres and sub-genres.

All music is different. It’s generated from different paths of life and different cultures. Do I agree with all genres, of course not. But the human race is different; we’ve had music from the beginning of time. Just like food, we all have favorites.

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State the genre you despise most with reason.

Acid rock – I’m not sure there’s much meaning there. Yet as I said previously, part of our human race is drawn to it. They have their right to listen to it. I don’t like it, so I don’t listen to it.

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List your favourite movies with reasons.

 

Braveheart – A true love story; a movie about the human nature to be free, to love who we want, be what we were destined to be.

 

 

The Longest Day and Saving Private Ryan – Stories about man’s overall character. Good over evil fight, with maximum sacrifice to gain what is best for mankind, even if it means giving all for it.

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State the title of the song and the meaning.

Cigarettes and Beer: The life of a man who had it all. He loved being who he was, with the love of his life. She made him feel young and free. She left him. Life has crashed in on him. He knows he was at fault for her leaving. She is not coming back. So his life now is just smoking cigarettes and drinking beer, listening to music he doesn’t really hear, and talking with people that aren’t a part of his life.

Phatboy - My Letter

Phatboy – My Letter

 

 

 

 Phatboy - My Letter

Phatboy – My Letter

 

 

ARTIST NAME: Phat Boy Mr OG

 

 

SONG TITLE: My Letter

 

 

ALBUM TITLE: My letter

 

 

RELEASE DATE May 25th

 

 

 

 

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Phatboy – My Letter

 

Raymond Moore was born in Oakland, California, in 1974. I grew up playing sports like baseball, football, and boxing. I started rapping in 1996 with an artist that was signed with Atlanta records name Coz and my artist name is PhatBoy Mr. OG. During his record deal, Coz, and I did a nationwide tour with some other artists that were signed with the label from Los Angeles. We promoted the song called “Keep My Soul” produced by No Joe of Rap-a-lot records. We have done many shows, our first performance was in New York at a private showcase called the ‘ill style’ with many famous artists such as Ice T, Buster Rhymes, Old Dirty Bastard etc….We also performed at a showcase in Texas given by Source Magazine and there we performed with the Luniz when they were promoting 5 on it. After we did the tour I stopped rapping and I moved to Norway with my wife in 2000. In 2002 I got a sponsorship from a hip-hop clothes brand company from Denmark called Pyscho Cowboy Streetwear. I was performing in Denmark’s International fashion shows that they have 4 times a year. I performed, in front of some of the biggest known brand fashion liners, that the world has to offer, such as Hilfiger, Guess, Levis etc…The company went out of business so then I lost my deal and it was hard for me to bounce back into the game. It’s 2018 and I am signed with a label out of New York called Bentley Records and now I am ready to show the world what real music sounds like because I am confident with all of my experience and passion for the music this time around I will succeed and become what I was put on this Earth to be and that is a great musician.

 

 

 

 

Name the artists that have influenced you so far.

Bob Marley and Tupac.

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Mention the name of the artist you can regard as the “Greatest Of All Time” and state your reason.

 

Bob Marley.

Bob Marley has a very special way with words. He speaks about peace, equal rights and liberation for all people of the world. Bob Marley makes great melodies and songs we all can learn from and enjoy.

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“MY LETTER”

 

The one and only Phatboy Mr. OG  from the Bay Area has just released his new smashing hit “My Letter” is a phenomenon. Phatboy wrote this in support of all the prison inmates that have been wrongfully accused of crimes that they did not commit. This style of rap he has created is a Tupac inspired type of artwork. He has own style of dressing up tunes with melodies that are just unforgettable and undeniable to the ears. The rap industry is going to have to give this man his respect, for his courageous outspoken verbal intellect on matters that need to be addressed. Cathrine Hovland, the singer in the song has a perfect voice for the melodies that he creates “Fantastic” those two together on tracks are unstoppable they are a force to be reckoned with in the industry.

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Elaborate on this song.

This story is about a man that has been accused of a murder that he did not do. The Police are responsible for the unjust death. The accused has been sitting in jail for many years and none of his friends or family members has ever come to visit him and he’s begging and pleading for them to come and see him before he died.

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Rate the social media and tell us the platform that works best for you in promoting your music.

 

I love using social media, It’s a good way to network and connect with all kinds of people from around the world…I will have to rate it a BIG 10.

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State the areas that need improvement in the music industry.

The Music Industry needs to be more open to giving people chances. They need to work on better communication, show more interest in Indie artists and last but not least they need to be more loyal and honest.

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Explain how you are getting your songs to stores and getting it to fans.

I am signed with a Record Label from New York called Bentley Records so they market, distribute and publish my music.

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Tell us how you prepare yourself for a live performance or show.

I make sure I drink enough water before I perform and my head is clear. I make sure my system is up and running, all mics are working, and I am motivated and ready to put on a good show.

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Tell us your opinion on your song.

My latest release has a nice buzz going on right now. Many people are requesting to play it on the Radio and it seems to be growing fast.

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Mention the name of the artist you will be glad to see the live performance.

Steel Pulse.

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Tell us the theme of most of your songs.

Well, I make all kinds of songs; I have a serious side and a humoristic side of me. Mainly I’m representing OG music meaning the matters that I touch on are serious and of Adult nature, but it’s also for the youth so they can learn something from me.

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Discuss your recording.

When I record I like to have fun but in a serious way. Most of the time when I record it takes me 20 minutes to record a song. I master the lyrics to perfection so that allows me to save time and money.

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Tell us how boring or exciting the music career can be.

When things are not moving along as you would like; it can be a bit boring because you are not seeing good results.

 

 

On the other hand, if things are going well it can be very exciting. From doing shows, interviews, touring etc….

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State your artist’s name and elaborate on it.

PhatBoy Mr. OG is a cool guy that has lived a hard life in the streets of California. The name means super cool original gangster that likes to tell real-life stories. My friends gave me this name because of my cool swag and kindness but they know I don’t take any crap when it comes to ignorance.

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State the title of the song and the meaning.

“My Letter” – I’m trying to be a spokesperson for all the innocent people that have been locked up for no reason and because they don’t have a voice. I call this song my letter because it seems fit for this case and matter that I should be writing a letter to my family.