Campos – Party in my Room

Campos – Party in my Room

 

Campos – Party in my Room

Campos – Party in my Room

 

ARTIST NAME: Campos

 

SONG TITLE: Party in My Room

 

ALBUM TITLE: Campos

 

RELEASE DATE: 07/19/2019

 

GENRE: Hip-Hop, R&B, Reggaeton

 

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CAMPOS, born Sam Campos, resides in Brooklyn, New York where his music career began at the age of 13.

 

Like any Brooklyn resident, his influences in music, especially hip hop were far and wide. However, being Hispanic his understanding of music and delivery of style is different than most. Surprisingly, his vocal talent provides an equal match to his ability to spit bars.

 

Campos is one of the very few hip-hop artists that can sing, no auto-tune, with precision.

 

Campos applies a tough regime of structure and work ethic to his music, his military background provided his template for hard work and it shows.

 

The CAMPOS EP starts off with the epic R&B breakdown “Party in My Room” while sexual in nature it almost passes off as Campos welcoming his audience closer to his music.

 

Two words set off the song’s true message, intimate and chill, “you’re invited, I just wanted time with you…” welcome to Campos world of music.

 

Following his dramatic and emotional introduction, he comes back with the meaningful love-centered ballad “Hot Girl” which pays tribute to every woman in his life who’s support his talent as his Hot Girl, an homage to respect.

 

But don’t pass Campos off as a ‘softy’ just yet, he hits back hard with tracks “Where’s the Pain, Where’s the Drama,”  “Head Start” and “Reason”. To put it simply, CAMPOS MUSIC is a lyrical force to be reckoned with.

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Discuss your composition and melody.

I go through several beats online and when I find one I really like, I will purchase it. The ritual is to put on my headphones and walk through the streets of Brooklyn and let the city energy inspire me.

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State the name of your producer and elaborate on the song.

Beat Demons was the producer of the beat. I fell in love with the spirit of the beat and the melody came to me instantly intending to have people feel the rhythm and want to move to listen to it.

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Discuss the lyrics of the song.

The lyrics are explicit but in essence, describe the euphoric escape from life when we’re with the person we love. How it takes us away from where we are and puts us on an island away from life troubles.

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Elaborate on your music career.

My music career just started in February 2019 so it is exciting to see it grow, but I’ve been writing music rapping and singing since I was 13 years old.

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Brief us on how you are reaching fans with your music.

I’m reaching a growing fan base through shows locally in New York and New Jersey. Soon I will be going on tour. I post consistently on Instagram: Camposmusic.nyc…

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Discuss your motive behind making music.

My motive is to become an icon; I make music because I love the creative process. I want to be recognized as one of the greatest in this new Rap/Hip-Hop era. My goal is to rise to the top tier of the game!

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Discuss your songwriting.

My songwriting is usually in three phases. The first is feeling the beat out and getting the foundation of the track. The second is to revise and refine. The third is to write it out in the studio or close to a recording session to get the organic energy of the words.

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Elaborate on your work and achievement so far in your music career.

I’m really proud to say I finished my first EP in July 2019 but because I just started my music career, all my greatest achievements are ahead of me. I’m going to ensure I meet each one of my goals.

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Tell us your opinion on using rhymes dictionary or writing software to develop lyrics.

I don’t use rhyme dictionaries nor do I use writing software, but if it helps others that’s cool. I like to go off of feel and intuition.

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Discuss the music industry.

The music industry is like any other business; it has the opportunity, reward, and success if you have the talent. There is a formula for success a lot of it involves networking, resources, and exposure. Above all is hard work.

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Elaborate on how you prepare yourself for a recording session.

I fast the day before with little to no food. I exercise with high intensity to get the oxygen in my body. I drink tea and rehearse the song…

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Brief us on your preference in terms of tempo as in up-tempo, mid-tempo or slow tempo.

Part of my music’s charm is that it doesn’t have a preference for tempo or style. I prefer to listen to a beat and find alignment with it. I let it come to me rather than go to it.

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Discuss your shows or live performance.

My shows are very intimate. It’s usually about 100 – 400 people as of now and feeling the energy of the crowd is such an experience for me. I always bring high energy to every performance.

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Share the feedback you are getting from fans.

After just a few days of releasing My EP on Spotify, Apple Music, google play music, Tidal, and Amazon, I have received nothing but positive feedback – People messaging directly to tell me to please put out more music. It’s the vibes!

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Send a message across to your fans and supporters.

Find something that inspires you. Love your life so deeply that the energy becomes contagious to the people around you. Thank you for supporting my music, I commit to bringing you the very best of my sound for you to enjoy!

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Discuss the storyline of the song.

The storyline of the song is someone wanting desperately to escape reality by being intimate with someone he cares deeply for. It’s about rising and falling together. It’s an expression of desire.

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Tell us what makes this song unique from others.

The song is unique because it uses a fusion of dance, melody and Jamaican culture through a Mexican hip- hop/rap artist. It is feel-good vibes everyone can enjoy no matter what background.

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Tell us the themes of most of your compositions.

The theme of most of my songs is feeling comfortable with adversity, overcoming personal obstacles and staying true to your self-expression. I think my music embodies Brooklyn energy on my tracks where I’m rapping.

 

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Laylow-TNG – Next Level

Laylow-TNG – Next Level

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Laylow-TNG – Next Level

Laylow-TNG – Next Level

 

ARTIST NAME: Laylow-TNG

 

SONG TITLE: Next Level

 

ALBUM TITLE: Life Ain’t What It Seems

 

RELEASE DATE: 04/26/2019

 

GENRE: Rap/Hip-Hop

 

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Laylow is a Mexican American rapper, recording artist, and entrepreneur originated in the San Gabriel Valleys of California.

 

He is a co-founder and artist of Baldwin Park, California, USA hip-hop collective and label Trapped N the Game (TNG).

 

Laylow wrote his very first song at the age of 18; creating a passion that would later turn into his dream career.

 

In 2018 he found himself struggling and working from job to job; barely making ends meet. It was one summer day that he felt the urge to write which reignited the passion he had found years ago.

 

His lyrics and songs are reflective of his west coast roots, and now he is on the rise doing all it takes to take it to the next level.

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Tell us your name, country of birth and childhood experience.

My name is Edward Alcay, I was born in the U.S. I grew up in a city where Gangbanging/Tagging was a large part of our culture and was around that scenario a lot. I had to adapt to my environment in order to strive in my city.

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Tell us how you discover hip-hop.

The first time I ever heard hip-hop was when my older brother made music from across the hall; he put me up on the game with hip-hop. My older brother has been one of the most influential people when it comes to hip-hop for me because he’s the one that brought it into my life.

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Brief us your experience creating your first song.

The first song I ever created was at the age of 16 and I was excited because it had a chopper-style like Tech N9ne. It was a big accomplishment that’s when I knew I wanted to do music.

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List the name of the artists that have influenced you.

Tupac, Method Man, Nas, Biggie, Bone Thugs, Ice Cube, Dre, Xzibit – Prominently the West Coast.

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Discuss the difference between the old school songs and new school songs.

Old School hip hop was fun to listen to and you could paint the picture with their lyrics. Lyricism played a big part and I am here to bring it back.

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Tell us how you compose or write lyrics.

Before I write my lyrics I vibe with the beat for a while then I start getting the feel about what to write about. I go deep with explaining things that I have seen or things that I have done. It’s a way of expressing yourself through music and that’s what I love to do.

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Brief us your recording experience in the studio.

I live in my studio, so I’m constantly working and learning anything I can to be the best artist I can be. I have my morning sessions that are usually the times I have to myself in the studio. Then I have my night sessions, the studio is filled up at this point with TNG artists just vibing and creating our best work.

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Tell us your gain and loss as an artist.

My gain as an artist is all the knowledge and lessons I have learned throughout the experiences I’ve had in music.

Experiences also come with some losses. Whether the experience has been working with different artists or producers, finding my own sound, putting myself out there to reach a new audience, and performing live; there is always room to grow through each gain and loss.

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Tell us the piece of advice you will give to a new artist.

The most important piece of advice I can give a new artist is to believe in yourself; if you don’t believe in yourself nobody else will believe in you.

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Discuss the music industry.

I grew up in the 90s-00s era, music has changed a lot. I’m definitely looking forward to giving the industry a new sound.

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State your future goal.

My future goal is to make an impact in the music industry.

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Discuss the process involved in making this song.

There is a special moment when an artist hears a beat that just makes you feel something, that is the moment is when you know it is meant to be. It’s just one of the times when writing to the song becomes effortless because you feel it in your soul.

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Tell us everything we need to know about the song.

“Next Level” has a very special meaning to me. It’s one of the songs that really made me see the potential I have as an artist. This song will always remind me of the drive I have and help me keep pushing to be better.

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Tell us how you come up with the title of the song and your artist name.

My artist name has always been easy for me because I just went with the name I’ve always been called pretty much all my life, Laylow.

TNG stands for Trapped N the Game; we are a group, collective, record label, and movement.

I usually know what to name a song once I get the idea or topic of the song, once the song is completed. I feel like a song name is very important because it’s the first thing that stands out to someone, maybe even the reason why someone listens to it.

 

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Giggs + Labrinth - Don't Go Hungry

Giggs + Labrinth – Don’t Go Hungry

 

Giggs + Labrinth - Don't Go Hungry

Giggs + Labrinth – Don’t Go Hungry

 

Giggs + Labrinth – Don’t Go Hungry

 

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Giggs is one of the finest rappers from the UK. His delivery of rap verses is amazing.

 

One of the MCs to receive Drake’s patronage during the Canadian’s 2017 🇬🇧 love-in, his fifth studio album has a cross-Atlantic guest list that hints at broader ambitions.

 

In less credible hands, this could feel like a calculated lurch, but it’s Giggs we’re dealing with: His US guests are in his house to play by his rules.

 

This means we get Jadakiss patrolling Peckham with menace on “MIC CHECK,” Lil Yachty battling the baleful, gothic production of “NOSTALGIA,” and, best of all, Swizz Beatz trying to wrest control of the glorious anarchy of “TERMINATOR.”

 

With that dexterous flow both thunderous and playful, Giggs himself has never sounded better, hungrier, or more relaxed. He’s put together a record that feels important—beyond the UK.

 

Myles Whittingham directed the official video for ‘Don’t Go Hungry’ taken from the new album ‘BIG BAD.’

 

Giggs is a British rapper who made his acclaimed solo album debut in 2008 with ‘Walk in da Park.’

 

Born Nathan Thompson in 1985 and hailing from Peckham, South London, he is affiliated with the group SN1 and is known as Hollowman.

 

His backstory includes a two-year prison sentence for gun charges.

 

Following many mixtape releases and a much-touted freestyle called “Talking the Hardest,” Giggs made his full-length solo debut in 2008 with the released album Walk in da Park.

 

Later in the year, he won the 2008 BET Award for Best U.K. Act, beating out popular favourites Dizzee Rascal and Chip.

 

He signed a recording contract with XL Recordings and made preparations to release his major-label album debut, Let Em Ave It, in 2010.

 

Returning three years later, Giggs released his follow-up, When Will It Stop, in 2013, which saw him working with the likes of Ed Sheeran, Anthony Hamilton, and Styles P.

 

Giggs returned in 2016 with his lauded third studio album Landlord, which reached number two on the U.K. Album Chart.

 

After appearing on a pair of Drake tracks in early 2017, Giggs followed up with the Wamp 2 Dem mixtape in October of that year.

~ Jason Birchmeier, Rovi

 

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MIST + Fredo - So High

MIST + Fredo – So High

 

 

 

 

 

 

MIST + Fredo - So High

MIST + Fredo – So High

 

 

 

 

 

MIST + Fredo – So High

 

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MIST teams up with Fredo to drop the tuneful song entitled ‘So High’ accompanied with a stunning video.

 

Birmingham’s finest, MIST, made history when he broke into the UK official charts Top 5 with his EP Diamond In The Dirt, which peaked at #4. In the wake of sharing his Lotto Ash-collaboration “Different Strokes”, and after an incredible performance at this year’s Merky Fest in Ibiza, Mist returns – this time with West London rapper and chart-topper Fredo.

 

The new single “So High” is the third offering of the year from MIST and sees a lavish visual. Filmed in Costa Rica, the official video finds MIST and Fredo on the run, complete with car chases, private planes, and a lavish villa.

 

It’s been a wild climb for Fredo – his collaborative effort with Dave “Funky Friday” became the first-ever UK Rap track to reach number one and only last weekend he performed during Stormzy’s legendary and awe-inspiring Glastonbury 2019 headline set.

 

MIST’s 2018 Diamond In The Dirt EP contained several incredible guest features, including the likes of Nines, Mr. Eazi, Fekky, MoStack, and more.

 

The project took us on a journey of the unique MIST sound and flow; with lyrical content of a heartfelt emotional nature – something that MIST has become known for. Talking on uncommon topics in rap, (the death of his mother, and his love for his daughter), MIST has carved a name for himself as a rapper with substance and credibility.

 

After returning in 2018 with his single “Game Changer”, complete with a trademark cinematic visual (Directed by The Rite Brothers), filmed in Kenya, Mist rocketed into the UK Top 40 and landed himself on both the Radio 1 and 1XTRA playlist.

 

MIST has accumulated over 110 million views on YouTube. He won a MOBO Award for ‘Best Video’ in 2017 and is ready to floor fans and critics this year even more with his new material, which has so far garnered support from the likes of GQ, The Fader, Noisey, Complex, Clash, Crack Magazine, Notion Magazine and more.

 

Having sold out his first UK tour, MIST trebled the tour dates on his second sold-out tour, to accommodate for the level of demand from his fans. MIST played his third tour, including a spectacular sold-out show at 02 Kentish Town Forum.

 

An inevitable talent, MIST is putting Birmingham on the map.

 

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Big Spook - These Summer Daze

Big Spook – These Summer Daze

 

Big Spook - These Summer Daze

Big Spook – These Summer Daze

 

ARTIST NAME:  Big Spook

SONG TITLE: These Summer Daze

 

ALBUM TITLE: Cant Hold Back Never Give Up

 

RELEASE DATE: 06/18/2019

 

GENRE: Hip Hop

 

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Big Spook, coming from the street of South Central LA, an artist that began his journey in the music business at an early age and has now arrived with his EP, “Cant Hold Back Never Give Up” projects out now.

 

“I’ve been rapping since I was a young…” says Big Spook, “while my homies were gang banging, I was rap slanging.

 

Rapping is my way of expressing myself and letting people know how I feel. So welcome, to the hardest street of South Central LA.”

 

Big Spook has worked with a lot of artist such as J Sicc of Chruch E.N.T., Young Gee of Chruch E.N.T., Hack formally of D.C.P., Microphone Criminal of Mic Supremacy Records, Wood Stock of Hospistol Records, Deeko of Flyzone Records, Reel Spitt of Kick Rocks Productions, Eyetel of Eyetel Productions, and Lady Victorious of Triple MZ on numerous songs.

 

He is also working with Big Havikk of South Central Cartel, O Y G RedRum781 of Banging on Waxs and Phuj Doose

 

Big Spook is featured on a mixtape that was released by Rep Recordz in 2007. The name of the mixtape was “Mi Casa Su Casa Volume 1.”

 

He was also featured on the “Rep to the Fullest” compilation in 2007.

 

He is also featured on the S.O.A.Z mixtape called “Sluggerville and the Extended Family Volume 1.2.”

 

Big Spook was also featured on Microphone Criminal mixtape “MicSupremacy” in 2007.

In 2009 Big spook was featured on the mixtape “Changing The Game.”

 

In 2010, Big Spook shot his first video titled “FlyGuyz Big Spook.”

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Tell us your name, country of birth and childhood experience.

Darrick Barner known as Big Spook from the U.S.A., I had a good childhood and I grew up listening to Fat Boys, LL Cool J, Run DMC…

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Tell us how you discover hip-hop.

Listening To Fat Boys, LL Cool J, and Run DMC.

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Brief us your experience creating your first song.

In order for me to record my first song I had to stand on a corner in Fresno California and promote for a label; that is how I got to record my first song.

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List the name of the artists that have influenced you.

Snoop Dogg, Tupac, Dr. Dre, Ice Cube, Eazy E…

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Discuss the difference between the old school songs and new school songs.

Old school songs have a lot of meaning as new school songs talk about their shoes and killing; I will rather be old school.

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Discuss the evolution in the sound of hip-hop.

The evolution of hip hop has made everybody to do hip hop now.

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List the name of your favourite hip-hop artists and state your reason.

Snoop Dogg; the reason is that he talks about where he came from and how he would rather give a dude a mic instead of a gun so that is the reason he is my favourite rapper.

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Explain what you understand by hip-hop culture to the best of your knowledge.

I understand that hip hop has grown since I started doing music and there are a lot of people from different backgrounds embracing the hip hop world.

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Discuss hip-hop in details.

Hip hop is a way of expressing yourself either music break or dancing art.

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List the name of hip-hop greatest producers and state your reason.

Dr. Dre; the way he makes his beats is fire.

 

DJ Quik; the way he makes his beats is fire.

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List the name of hip hop greatest songwriters and state your reason.

Tupac; he was a good writer and his songs were poems.

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List the name of hip hop greatest artists and state your reason.

Tupac; he was the greatest and he changed a lot of rappers today.

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Discuss the changes in hip-hop.

I don’t like the changes in hip hop; I don’t like rappers rapping off beat and mumble rappers that don’t write their own lyrics.

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Tell us how you compose or write lyrics.

I write lyrics late at night when everybody is asleep. I think better in the hours of the night.

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Brief us your recording experience in the studio.

I have my own studio.

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Tell us how you get involved in hip-hop.

I listen to rappers like Ice Cube, N.W.A, Snoop Dogg, Tupac…

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Tell us your gain and loss as an artist.

I gain how to mix and master my own music and I lost respect for some rappers.

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Tell us the piece of advice you will give to a new artist.

Own your own music.

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Discuss the music industry.

Pimps.

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State your future goal.

My future goal is to own my own studio and take an independent artist to the top.

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Discuss the process involved in making a song.

I got to feel the beat once I feel the beat I just go in on whatever I am feeling.

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Tell us everything we need to know about the song.

Summer Daze is about having fun in the sun.

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Tell us how you come up with the title of the song and your artist name. 

My name Big Spook is a childhood name.  I came up with Summer Daze because I am From California so it speaks for itself.

 

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Nicki Minaj - MEGATRON

Nicki Minaj – MEGATRON

 

Nicki Minaj - MEGATRON

Nicki Minaj – MEGATRON

 

Nicki Minaj – MEGATRON

 

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Nicki Minaj emerges with her new sweetheart in the music video for the song entitled ‘MEGATRON.’

 

The song is spinning while the performance is dramatic.

 

The lighting of the video is outstanding, and it adds to the value of the video.

 

MEGATRON is well-produced.

 

Nicki Minaj

With a distinct style and glamour, Nicki Minaj skyrocketed into superstardom with a skill that brought to mind past legends but wasn’t like anything before it.

 

Coming from early days that included shaky attempts at an acting career and being fired from Red Lobster for not being polite to customers, Minaj progressed from MySpace demos to adored Mixtapes to household-name status, working with Drake, Lil Wayne, Kanye West, and every upper-echelon rapper and pop star before moving up to stardom that had her selling lots of albums and performing in the Super Bowl halftime show.

 

As a rapper, Minaj was known for her unique flow that shifted on a dime from sugary to snarling, with razor-sharp wordplay and blunt lyricism.

 

Her crossover into pop territory later yielded some of her most successful work.

 

2010 album, Pink Friday, saw the rapper branching out into radio-friendly melodicism and was the first of her albums to sell in the multi-platinum reaches and top chart positions.

Establishing herself as more of an iconic presence than an album artist, Minaj released well over 70 singles under her own name in her first decade of recording and stole the show in guest appearances on countless hits for other artists. Minaj’s fame was canonized by stand-alone singles like “Superbass,” “Starships,” and “Anaconda,” all of which were chart-topping smash hits with stream counts in the hundreds of millions.

 

As one of the most successful rappers and crossover pop stars of her age, Minaj stands in a lineage that includes Jay-Z, Missy Elliot, Drake, Beyoncé, and others who made impressions the world over.

 

Nicki Minaj was born Onika Tanya Maraj in 1982. Born in Saint James, Trinidad and Tobago to parents who were both gospel singers, she lived with her grandmother in Saint James until the age of five, when she joined her mother, who had moved to Queens, New York.

In high school, she discovered the performing arts, setting her sights on acting as her main pursuit.

She transitioned more into music, working as part of a group called the Hood$tars in the early 2000s before branching off solo.

In 2007, Dirty Money Entertainment CEO Big Fendi discovered her demos on MySpace and signed her to the label.

At Fendi’s suggestion, Maraj took on the stage name Nicki Minaj, jumbling her last name to reflect a more ruthless persona.

Dirty Money Entertainment released both her 2007 debut Mixtape Playtime Is Over, and its 2008 follow-up, Sucka Free.

Industry buzz was already surrounding Minaj on her earliest releases, and these Mixtapes already featured guest appearances from stars like Lil Wayne, Gucci Mane, Jadakiss, and Lil’ Kim.

 

2009 Mixtape Beam Me Up Scotty was a favourite among a growing fan base and also included her first songs to hit the Billboard charts.

 

In August 2009 Minaj signed to Lil Wayne’s Young Money Entertainment, becoming the label’s first female artist.

 

The floodgates opened from there, as Minaj made cameo appearances on tracks from Gucci Mane, Kanye West, Pusha T, and others and offering verses to hits like “Bedrock” and “Roger That” from the 2009 Young Money collaborative album We Are Young Money.

The official debut album came in the form of Pink Friday, released in November 2010 but preceded by the hit singles “Your Love” and “Check It Out.”

The album saw her leaning more into a pop style than the hard-edged rap of her Mixtapes, but the hybrid of the two proved successful, and the album debuted at number two on the Billboard 200 and went platinum, selling upwards of 375,000 copies during its first week alone.

 

She earned a handful of 2011 Grammy nominations, including Best New Artist, Best Rap Album, and Best Rap Performance.

An all-out media blitz followed between albums, with extravagant performances at award shows across the globe, an appearance as a musical guest on Saturday Night Live, and joining Madonna alongside M.I.A. for her Super Bowl XLVI halftime show.

 

In early 2012, the Euro-dance-influenced single “Starships” signaled the coming of her official sophomore effort, Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded, an album built around her devil-may-care alter ego “Roman Zolanski.” Guest artists included Nas, Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, Chris Brown, and Beenie Man, while production came from the likes of RedOne and Ke’Noe.

 

The album hit number one on the U.S. album charts, driven by a Top Ten showing for “Starships,” and “Va Va Voom” also reached the Top 40. By the end of 2012, American Idol assigned Minaj as a judge for the 12th season, although she left at the end of the season.

 

It hardly affected her success, as she set two career records during 2013: the most-charted female rapper in the history of Billboard’s singles chart, and the first person to win Best Female Hip-Hop Artist at the BET Awards four times in a row.

She then announced her third studio album, The Pinkprint, which appeared at the end of 2014.  Young Money compilation Rise of an Empire released in March of that year included the first single “Looking Ass” while follow-up “Anaconda” was in nomination for Best Rap Song at the 2015 Grammy Awards.

 

Filled with songs about regret and failed relationships, critics received the album well and it debuted at number two on the U.S. Billboard 200 chart.

 

Throughout 2016, Minaj guested on many singles, including DJ Khaled’s “Do You Mind” and Ariana Grande’s “Side to Side,” and she also released her own “Black Barbies.”

In 2017, Minaj issued a trio of stand-alone singles: “Regret in Your Tears,” “Changed It” with Lil Wayne, and “No Frauds” with Lil Wayne and Drake.

The latter song went gold and broke into the Top 20 of the Hot 100 and Top Ten of the R&B and rap charts.

That year, she also appeared on the Migos track “MotorSport” with Cardi B and on Jason Derulo’s “Swalla” with Ty Dolla $ign.

She returned with the singles “Chun-Li” and “Barbie Tingz” in spring 2018, paving the way for her fourth studio album, Queen, slated for an August release that year.

Before the arrival of the album, the single “Bed” featuring Ariana Grande came out to further entice fans.

~ David Jeffries & Fred Thomas, Rovi

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Blkraw – Just Like That

Blkraw – Just Like That

 

Blkraw – Just Like That

Blkraw – Just Like That

 

ARTIST NAME: Blkraw

 

SONG TITLE: Just Like That

 

RELEASE DATE: 2018-19

 

GENRE: Hip-Hop/Rap

 

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Blkraw is an artist born in Oakland, California. Raised in Tampa, Florida. Who debuted in 2014 with his single “She so Ratchet” premiered by Thizzler.com.

 

He had the privilege of working with 3-time Platinum Recording Artist and Songwriter Mistah Fab on “She’s so Ratchet” the song racked up over 250,000 streams on all platforms.

 

In 2015 Blkraw found himself in the studio with The Legion Beats, their credits consist of 2 Chainz, E-40, Kendrick Lamar and Snoop Dogg.

 

In 2016 The Legion Beats produced #IWAMF (Independent With a Major Flow) which featured songs “Freak” featuring Jamillions, with over 85,000 streams and “Friends & Foes” featuring Vidal Garcia with over 70,000 streams across all platforms.

 

His latest release, “Just Like That”, which dropped earlier, has had a ton of great activity surrounding it (2k+ streams per day across platforms). “I want to make that kind of music that is on the same level as Will Smith – Summertime, Nas – If I Ruled the World or Ruff Ryders by DMX”.

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Tell us your opinion on creativity and originality.

Being creative and original in my opinion is being yourself and doing things that are 100 percent you.

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Tell us the beginning of your passion for music.

I have always been around music my whole life, but when my older brother Sean passed away in a car accident shortly after is when my passion began.

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Elaborate on how you make sure the quality of your sound is high.

I listen to it over and over and over, in the car, headphones, upload to streaming site listen there to make sure that I like the mix down and master of the record. Once I like everything I’ll do my final mastering with eMastered for that quality sound.

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Tell us how you get ideas to develop your songs.

My ideas coming from every day struggles that I have been through or going through…

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Discuss your music background.

Music was a big part of my household growing up. My mom and dad used to always play music from motion artists and more. Once my older brother Sean started singing and doing shows I really took notice, but it was not until his death that I really started to take it seriously.

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Discuss your music process.

For me it’s all about my mood and vibe at that time I hear the record, but I always start with the beat and if I like the vibe I will start rapping some words and if I like them and they stick, I’ll write them out and continue until I have a verse down and then repeat, then it’s time to get in the studio and record it.

 

But if I am in the studio and the song comes on and I am feeling it, I will record it right there.

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State five hit songs and name the artists.

Will Smith – Summer Time

 

DMX – Ruff Ryder’s

 

Nas – If I would the world

 

BIG – Juicy

 

Flipp Dinero – Leave me alone

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Tell us how you entertain the audience during a live performance.

I do a little crowd participation and give my all on the stage before I walk off…

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List the name of artists that have a similar sound to yours.

YG

 

The Game

 

Baeza

 

E-40

 

Iamsu

 

J Creek

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Discuss how you think your music is impacting your fans.

I would say when my fans listen to the music, they can relate/connect to my music when I make music I like to paint a picture so the listener can feel my words and see them.

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Tell us what inspires you to sing.

My brother’s death has given me the inspiration to pursue music because this was once his dream to make it. I gave up my dream of being a football star to make this come true.

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Discuss this song.

‘Just Like That’ is a fun record, it expresses the love you have for your lady. Just letting her know she is your rock.

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Tell us how you master your songs after production.

I use eMastered to master my songs after production.

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Discuss how you get your songs to digital stores.

I use Distrokid to get my songs out to all digital platforms.

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Discuss how to generate income through music.

It is very hard to generate income through music. But there are multiple ways to generate income with music, streams, merch at shows, reinvesting in your brand and so on.

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Tell us your piece of advice to a new artist.

Just be yourself, and never quit. There will be 1000 no’s before you hear a few yes’s.

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State your favourite radio station.

KMEL 106, San Diego’s 95.7… these stations give up and coming artists a chance to be played on a big FM radio station platform.

 

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Lil Primo – Ignorant

Lil Primo – Ignorant

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lil Primo – Ignorant

Lil Primo – Ignorant

 

 

 

 

 

ARTIST NAME: Lil Primo

 

SONG TITLE: Ignorant

 

RELEASE DATE: June 14, 2019

 

GENRE: Hip Hop/Rap

 

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An MC who broke out of Los Angeles, California, Lil Primo is a new & hot rapper from the West Coast who has attracted listeners with his Lil’ Wayne-influenced metaphorical lyrics and sexy, slinky hooks.

 

The West Coast rapper first developed a following on SoundCloud and has surprised audiences with his violent, dark lyrics that illustrate inner-city life.

 

His impeccable flow can be heard over new instrumentals and beats; type beats with inspirations from Eminem, Russ, Travis Scott, Drake, YNW Melly, Lil Pump, and 6ix9ine.

 

Lil Primo has deservedly outdone his social media rap peers by scoring many reposts, likes, plays, and follows that make his rap music stand out.

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Tell us your names, country of birth and childhood experience.

My artist name is Lil Primo and I am from Mexican descent. I was born in the United States in Long Beach California. I grew up with a struggling single mother who struggled to put food on the table. I was expelled from multiple schools and somehow was able to graduate. I first began writing music in 2018.

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State your academic qualification.

I graduated from high school and pursued college.

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Elaborate on your music career, band name, experience, and skills.

I began writing music in early 2018 and first made noise with my single “Bodied.” I represent the West Coast stoners through my brand “Greenleaf Stoners.” I have collaborated with many producers and SoundCloud artists.

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Tell us your genre and idea behind your music video or song.

My genre is Hip Hop. I tend to talk about the fake rap community in my music about how some artists claim to be GANG material but they are just faking.

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Tell us how to run a record label based on your experience as an artist.

First is music. You need to be able to have good quality music and that all begins with the artist roster. In terms of business, there needs to be a whole organized team behind the execution and development of the label.

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Tell us how you are promoting your music.

I tend to do self-promotion by reaching out to other artists or paying promotion services such as artist union.

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Explain the story behind the song.

‘Ignorant’ is a track that attempts to capture an image of gang life and ruthless behaviour. The talk is around “ignorant” behaviour.

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State the names of other members of your band, music producer, crew or music video director.

The other artist that I would say is a member goes by the name yDeeps and I collaborate with him a lot.

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Elaborate on the song and music video.

‘Ignorant’ is a track that attempts to capture an image of gang life and ruthless behaviour. The talk is around “ignorant” behaviour. There are many punchlines in this song that aims to capture audience attention.

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Tell us how long you have been in the music business, your experience, and your future goal.

I began making music in 2018 and I hope to one day make a big name for myself and feature beside mainstream artists.

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Tell us what makes you unique from others.

Besides my lyrics and style, my background, image, and story I portray really differentiates me from every other artist. I am of Mexican descent and hope to be an active voice of my community in the future.

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Tell us your weakness and strength pertaining to music.

My one weakness with music is composing a chorus. My strength would be delivering punchlines and really delivering a message.

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List your five favourite songs including the artists.

Money in the Grave by Drake, Baby on Baby by DaBaby, Pull Up by Lil Keed, Pure Water by Migos, Drop the World by Lil Wayne.

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Tell us your position on “Do It Yourself” and signing to a major label.

I prefer to do it myself. A label will help you with networking and planning but the control they have on you really limits your creativity.

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Tell us other activities you are pursuing apart from music.

I am an active member of my community with the hopes of spreading a positive message that will help the future generation achieve their goals.

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List your various works.  

Bodied, Dotty, Wided featuring yDeeps, Brazen, Set-Up produced by DJ Pain 1.

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State the official date of release.

19 06/14/2018

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State your artist’s name and elaborate on it.

My artist name is Lil Primo. Primo in Spanish is Cousin and I try to reach out to the Hispanic community (and others) and show we can all live as one and we are all family. Thus I am Primo.

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State the title of the song and the meaning.

The song title is “Ignorant”. The theme of the song is about ignorant behaviour that occurs in gang life.

 

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