April Showers – I Try

 

April Showers – I Try

 

April Showers – I Try

 

ARTIST NAME: April Showers

 

SONG TITLE: I Try

 

GENRE: Rap/Hip-Hop

 

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Discuss how you develop your melody.

I really just feel the beat out… whatever vibe I get and whatever melody I hear, it usually just comes to me.

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Tell us your source of inspiration.

My struggle – I’ve had such a hard life, all I can think about is making it and doing everything I can to create a better life for my son.

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Tell us the most memorable experience in your music career.

It’s hard to answer that because I’m still so fresh but it would just have to be all the love and positive feedback that I’m getting. Meeting my team and learning from the best and also, getting to work with such amazing producers.

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Discuss how you build your song.

I always try to do the hook first based off the vibe I get off the beat. Even with collaboration, we try to do the hook first and then attack the verses.

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Tell us how you ensure your music inspires others.

The way that I inspire others is to speak from past experiences and the heart.

 

I am a normal everyday person that is working a regular job going through regular experiences so I speak on the things that I go through because I know that others are going through the same thing.

 

So many artists today rap about materialistic things which is fine for them but for me, I don’t have those things so I have to speak on what pertains to me and my life.

 

I put messages in my music as well so if you really listen you will see that I have a lot to say.

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Discuss the relevance of promotion to the music business.

Promotion is extremely important because you can make good music all day but if you are not promoting yourself then you’re selling yourself short.

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Tell us what you will do apart from music.

I work in retail and I’m a single mother. I don’t only write music. I’m writing a few books and a screenplay for my brother.

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List the names of the instruments you can play.

Clarinet and trumpet.

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Tell us if you have any music background.

No professional music background but I was in band all my life.

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Tell us the piece of advice you will give to a new artist on entering the music chart.

I would say my biggest advice is to network with like people. And by like people, I mean people who are on the come-up like you.

 

You would be surprised by how many producers/engineers and videographers are willing to work with you because they are trying to get heard just like you are.

 

Find people who believe in you and stay positive. Also, utilize social media; it is amazing when it comes to networking and promotion.

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Elaborate on melody and rhythm.

Melody is the part of the song that you will get stuck in your head and sing over and over again. Rhythm is a part of the song that makes you move.

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State your future goals.

I would like to become an accomplished recording artist/ songwriter. I will also like to get my books published and maybe even create a few movies as well.

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Share your recording experience with us.

I am always very nervous initially but once I get comfortable, I try to have a strong delivery. We also like to make the studio environment a fun one too.

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Tell us the most difficult part of the recording.

Just having the right vibe and making sure you are translating what you want to say how you want to say it.

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Discuss the greatest mistake you have ever made in your music career.

I’m still early on in my career but I would say not staying focused. It’s hard when you are trying to live everyday life and also pursue your dream.

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Tell us how you build up your composition.

Once I start writing, it usually starts flowing. I just stay focused until I am done.

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Discuss the relevance of music.

Music is everywhere. It’s also evolving and changing constantly.

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Elaborate on your song entitled ‘Hungry.’

The song is about just being hungry for success. The message is I’m going to keep going until I get to where I want to be.

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Elaborate on your artist name and the title of the album.

April Showers is a name I went by for fun given to me by a co-worker. ‘High I’m April’ is my first album and it’s basically just an introduction of who I am.

 

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Matthew James Hemmer

 

Matthew James Hemmer – Broke My Phone

 

ARTIST NAME: Matthew James Hemmer

 

SONG TITLE: Broke My Phone

 

ALBUM TITLE: Broke My Phone

 

RELEASE DATE: May 10th, 2019

 

GENRE: Electropop/Hip-Hop

 

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Artist/producer Matthew James Hemmer blends fresh electronic production, intense vocal distortion, dedicated lyricism, and pop sensibility with hip-hop/R&B influences.

 

Inspired by other electropop/indie acts like Jeremy Zucker, Blackbear, and EDEN, he made his debut in June 2018 with the release of his first album, “Break Me Down.”

 

After several singles, May of 2019 brought a second album, “Broke My Phone”, and Matthew continues to cross genres and experiment, quickly establishing a signature sound that brings a wide range of unpredictable elements together seamlessly…

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Tell us your history

I started out as a classically trained violist/pianist, but after years of instruction, I decided to move away towards more contemporary production/study.

 

I then began making tracks on Logic Pro, and after being accepted at Berklee College of Music, I started really grinding to perfect my craft.

 

After about a year of study, I locked down my signature style of bass-heavy electropop.

 

I’ve been collaborating with many other artists and am in the process of promoting my second album currently.

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Describe yourself as an artist.

My songwriting and production focus heavily on prosody. I like to make sure the lyrical elements are being backed up by the production and vice versa.

 

Since I produce, mix and master all my own music, I have many opportunities when writing the song to ensure the piece is working together thematically and as a whole.

 

My songs are also inspired by psychedelic influence, so I like to add glitches/unexpected vocal modulations/harmonic dissonance to keep listeners guessing.

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Tell us the genre of your music.

My music combines a lot of different genres. I’m a huge hip-hop head, so a lot of my lyricism has nods to rap lyricists like Eminem and J. Cole.

 

I like fast-paced lyrical lines, but since I’m also a singer, I normally write to high range moving melodies for my voice to follow.

 

Some tracks have me branch out into more R&B/pop singing/crooning, and much of my production takes inspiration from experimental electronic producers like Sophie and EDEN.

 

So my stuff is basically fast flowing pop lines over trappy electronic beats.

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Tell us the story behind your song.

“Broke My Phone” is a journey of growth. The start of the album represents a chaotic excessive lifestyle, full of stress and trauma.

 

Throughout the album, the focus shifts from toxicity to moving on and maturing.

 

By the end of the project, the narrator is ready to start a new phase of life.

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Tell us the problems you are facing as an artist.

My biggest issues these days come from promotion. I’ve spent a lot of time focusing on my sound, and now I just want people to hear it. I plan on pushing my original music as my sole goal for the next few years.

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Discuss the recording and production of the song.

I like to lay all my vocals down on an AKG 214, and then comp my vocals in Logic. I recorded, mixed, and mastered in my home studio.

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List the names of blogs, radio or television stations that have supported you so far.

Only a few local blogs and YouTube channels have supported, like @bens_bops, and the YouTube channels Sea Pride, Gang Society, BangersOnly, Eternality, and Bass Boost Nation. Plus, of course, Broadtube Music Network!

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Elaborate on your music career, experience, and future goals.

I’ve played a few shows at the Bethesda Blues & Jazz Supper Club, and the Red Room @cafe939 Boston, and plan to play more this summer. I’m currently working on my upcoming EP, and then the album that will follow it.

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Brief us what inspires you to write, compose and sing.

Life inspires me. It’s full of songs, which I still find amazing. No matter how many songs have been written about a classic topic, there’s always a way for an innovative creative songwriter to flip it in a new way. I love being the person to flip those topics and write a new fresh love song, or a hate song, or a sad banger anthem.

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Brief us the top-secret behind making a hit song.

Hooks: Keep as many melodic hooks as possible – people need to remember the song or it’ll never be a hit.

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Tell the piece of advice you will give to an upcoming artist.

Remember to think about what kind of audience you want to attract, and keep a solid brand, but never stop making music that you’re proud of.

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Discuss at length your music careers, albums, songs, tours, recognition or awards you might have received.

I’ve dropped two albums, and I’ve been a two-time finalist in the Bernard Ebb Songwriters Competition in the Maryland/DC/Virginia area.

 

I’m currently enrolled at the Berklee College of Music and have over two million total views/streams across my various artist platforms.

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Tell us how you write your lyrics, compose, sing and record in the studio.

Normally, when I’m starting a new track, unless I’m working off a lyric idea or melody that’s come to me, I’ll start with chords and the beat. I then often write lyrics and melody while completing the track. After a few days of planning the arrangement and vocal layering, I’ll record all the parts, and then spend another couple of weeks mixing and mastering.

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Name your favourite artists for collaboration.

My main two inspirations are EDEN and Blackbear, so it would be a dream to work with either of them. I also feel like it could be amazing to get in a room with Juice Wrld or Brendon Urie and just write – they seem like incredible creatives.

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Tell us how you will spend a million dollars.

First I’d update all my gear, set myself up with some land so I don’t have to worry about rent, set aside some food money, and give what I can to environmental charities.

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Discuss music promotion and how you are boosting your fan base.

I’m mostly relying on playlist campaigns and word of mouth to get the word out. People telling people have been great so far, and I’m hoping for more.

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Tell us how you manage other activities with your music career.

I compartmentalize. Currently, I manage all of my own songwriting and production; on top of that, I’m in charge of promotion, marketing, management, and branding. Not even counting social life and schoolwork, it can get incredibly draining.

 

To manage, I like to split up the work in sections of the day, where another persona will take over and specialize. That way I can get everything done that I need to without getting overwhelmed.

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State your artist’s name and elaborate on it.

Matthew James Hemmer is my full legal name, and also my artist name. I’ve played around with the idea of “mayhem” as a producer name and artist name, but decided against it.

 

My persona is that “Matthew James Hemmer” is an entity that exists in the songs and universes that I create.

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State the title of the song and the meaning.

“Broke My Phone” the name of the titular track off the album, takes inspiration from a couple of things.

 

One of the meanings comes from how people sometimes use breaking their phone as an excuse to not talk to others, another meaning is in how a broken phone can result in being cut-off from social interaction, but can also help you be more interactive face to face (without the distraction).

 

My phone actually broke on release night, and is still not replaced yet – it’s been a pain. But I guess it must be a sign or just bad luck.

 

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DaBeatfreakz + Dappy + Swarmz + Deno – Motorola

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DaBeatfreakz + Dappy + Swarmz + Deno – Motorola

DaBeatfreakz + Dappy + Swarmz + Deno – Motorola

 

 

 

 

 

Da Beatfreakz team up with Swarmz, Deno and Dappy on a new song entitled ‘Motorola’ with an amazing music video.

 

Following on from a string of Top 40 hits, the powerhouse production duo returns with another punchy line up on this banger.

 

Having worked with a plethora of UK and global talent over the past decade, Da Beatfreakz commenced on their own careers at the end of last year with singles Swingin In Da Whip featuring Giggs and Pumpy featuring AJ x Deno, Swamz and Cadet.

 

With Pumpy now garnering a huge 20 million streams and having been featured across Boohoo, Da Beatfreakz recreate their dynamic sound on ‘Motorola.’

 

South Londoners Obi and Uche created their own exceptional sound from being influenced the early sounds of Fela Kuti and Shina Peters to teenage years listening to So Solid Crew and trips to the United States working with the likes of Cool & Dre and The Trak Starz.

 

Da Beatfreakz have since garnered over three hundred and fifty million YouTube views, lots of platinum-selling singles and an envious array of credits from the likes of Usher, Mr. Eazi and Sean Paul and Jacquees.

 

The previous period saw continuous milestones for Da Beatfreakz with production credits across chart-topping hits including Top 20 single Advice with Deno and Cadet, Bally by Swarmz, and London by AJ x Deno and EO.

 

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ClipKingz – Hell on Earth

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ClipKingz – Hell on Earth

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ClipKingz – Hell on Earth

 

ARTIST NAME: ClipKingz

 

SONG TITLE: Hell on Earth

 

ALBUM TITLE: Legacy Of Kingz

 

GENRE: Hip-Hop

 

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The ClipKingz are a group of five individuals, Jermiside (lessondary), L-Marr the Starr, Giovonni Pratt(GGO), DJ Grain, and Producer Mike Jay.

 

A collective of members hailing from all regions of the United States of America – Multi-talented in the arts of beats, rhymes, and visuals, these individuals bring old school values with contemporary sounds.

 

The group was formed in 2015 with the idea of keeping all projects in the house while providing and inspiring artists with an affordable way to create professional visuals.

 

In 2016, at the urging of Hell Razah (Sunz of Man/Wu Tang), the Clip Kingz joined forces to create a project he would back under his Label, Hell Razah Music Group, (HRMG).

 

In a full year’s time, Giovonni Pratt started to lay the groundwork for an E.P titled “Legacy of Kingz”, a seven track project featuring Tragedy Khadafi, Tiona D (Griselda) among others.

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Discuss the story behind your music video.

The story behind the video is based upon three men caught in the middle of nuclear fallout.

 

We wanted to tell a story using specific key visuals and items to paint the picture.

 

For example, there is a newspaper clip in the video that speaks about the approval of nuclear testing.

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State the name of the locations in your music video.

All of the locations were shot in College Park Georgia. The abandoned road to me was the eeriest and had that horror film feel to it, spooky, especially when you hear things moving through the trees.

 

The second scene was an abandoned house we found on the side of the road. We took a chance and trespassed to get the shot we needed.

 

We shot Tiona D’s part in front of an abandoned church, and Jermiside’s part was in front of a graveyard.

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List the members of the crew that produced this video and use this opportunity to thank them.  

The members that shot this video were Jermiside and Giovonni Pratt… yeah, we are not only the composers of the music we shoot our own videos as well.

 

We came up with the concept, got together, we directed it, and Jerm edited. Jerm is a hell of an editor.

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Explain your emotional state while shooting the music video.

My emotional state at the time was nervous because I wasn’t sure we had enough visuals to tell a story.

 

Jermiside and I went back and forth trying to gather key items to bring out a story. Every time we felt there wasn’t enough we would push the video back.

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Share your press release and reviews with us.

We decided to go in a different direction at this time. We wanted to release the track on YouTube for a few weeks, see how it responds then create a press release. You know, just want to try something different. Reviews haven’t come in yet.

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Discuss your music career so far.

Our music career has been blessings. We aren’t on a major platform or signed to a major label, but we have been blessed with having major signed artists believing in us. Tragedy Khadafi, Hellrazah (Wu Tang) has given us some of the most amazing support.

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Tell us if you aspire to go into acting.

I used to be an actor in high school (Giovonni Pratt) but never stuck to it. I honestly couldn’t see the talent in me to be an actor so I abandoned the idea altogether. I am thinking of getting back into it, so in the next few videos, you’ll see my thespian energies at work.

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Tell us your gains and losses in the music business.

My gains have been knowledge. I have my own publishing company, I’ve produced an E.P. and worked with BMI and SESAC, and I have grown into an executive artist type of person.

 

As far as my losses, I’ve taken a lot of “L’s” lost money, time with family, so-called friends, even made a few enemies, but those losses made me a better man today.

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List the media that have supported you so far with this song. Some of the media supporting us right now are Sonic-bids, AnR Factory, Broadtube (that’s you 😀), and a few others. We are grateful and appreciate the love.

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Tell us how you manage your time.

I manage my time one day, one hour at a time. With a family I have to “get in where the time fits in” for example, I’ll run my children down and once they go to sleep, I work on music.

 

Others times I’m at an appointment, that’s never on time, so I used that spare time to jot down ideas.

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Tell us how you are able to actualize success in your music career.

To actualize success, you have to first define ‘what’s success in your music career.’ Be honest with yourself, set a realistic goal, write down steps, and follow that blueprint, and don’t give up till it’s complete. That’s how I was able to actualize my success.

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Tell us if you an independent artist or you are a signed artist and tell us how you run your music career.

We are independent artists and we fund everything on our own. So we are totally free to drop music as we see fit. We don’t have the same reach as a major, but we are totally comfortable with that.

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List the individuals responsible for writing, production, recording, directing, promotion and marketing of this project. The Clipkingz are responsible for writing the track (Giovonni Pratt, Jermiside, Lmarr The Starr Reality Check), the ClipKingz directed it, and Anno Domini produced it.

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Tell us your experience recording in the studio and shooting the music video.

My experience is like a job. You come in, come on time, and be prepared to work. Make sure your work is ready. Some people want to “be cute.” Come hours late, come looking all fancy… not us we come in their off the streets prepared to work. The same goes for our video work.

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Tell us the advice you will give to a new artist planning to shoot a music video.

The advice I would give is: Don’t be afraid to do it. Grab a camera and create. Master editing, trust us it will save you a lot of money. Also understand that you shouldn’t be paying someone thousands of dollars for a video, especially an unsigned independent artist. Be wise with your money!

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Tell us the estimate of a commercial music video based on your experience.

The estimate for a commercial video can be in the thousands depending on the amount of work and editing.

 

Understand that there is a slim chance of seeing any financial returns. This is why it’s important to invest your money wisely!

 

I recall my first video was 2 thousand dollars I paid out of my pocket. I saw no financial return. I wised up, and brought a professional camera, built a team, and started shooting videos ourselves.

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Tell us the reason you shot a video for this song.

Well, we shot a video for this song because it was a strong single. To keep the momentum going we decided to create a visual that told a story to match the mood of the track. To also be honest, this was supposed to be the first video from the E.P., but we didn’t have the vision for it yet.

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State your artist’s name and elaborate on it.

My name is Giovonni Pratt one-fifth of the ClipKingz, my first name means “The blessed” while the last is used to signify a rebel’s roots (Geronimo Pratt).

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State the title of the song and the meaning.

The name of the track is “Hell on Earth” it means physical and mental hardships in an environment that’s poisoned, and not made for me or you to succeed.

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State the title of the album and the reason for choosing the title.

The title of the E.P. is Legacy of Kingz. We chose that name to symbolize our blood, sweat, and tears. Each track was created from our experiences in life, or legacies, our way of life.

 

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Brotherman - Cloud Clears

Brotherman – Cloud Clears

 

Brotherman - Cloud Clears

Brotherman – Cloud Clears

 

Artist Name – Brotherman

 

Song Title – Cloud Clears

 

Genre – Hip –Hop/Rap

 

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“Brotherman has always stood out for me. His voice is original, his flows are sick and I like his diction. Uniqueness in this rap game is paramount and he has it by the bucketload. On this EP he blends seamlessly with some sick crisp production from GG Peney. Fiercely refreshing and a breath of fresh air from the usual mind-numbing copycat rap music. This project is distinctively dope.”

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“Insightful bars, subtle cadence, heartfelt songwriting. This brother really is the man!”

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“Huckleberry dropping you a dose of that dope socially woke hip-hop that you need for your mental health. Go get your fix.”

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

My name is Thomas Boord-James and I was born in London England.

 

At the age of five, my family moved to the Caribbean island of Montserrat where we lived until I was 11.

 

Island life was amazing and a great way to grow up. It was warm and happy but all that would change when we moved back to London. We came back to a life with very little money and to a city where the crime had begun to fill the streets. Life was not as easy as it had been on the island.

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State your academic qualifications.

I did okay in school even though I felt like it wasn’t really for me, I studied English language and literature at A-Level and went on to complete a degree in film. It was through this degree that I was signed to my first label and chose music as a career.

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

Before being signed I would write all day and would look for stages to perform on almost every night.

 

I began getting good at making a big impression on the microphone and built up a large catalog of lyrics.

 

I was heard by the guys at a small indie label called Silent Soundz who offered me a contract.

 

This was when I really became the rapper known as Brotherman and was able to begin recording my first record ‘The Dark and The Light’.

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

My genre would be Hip Hop but many would say my sound is more varied and ranges from Lo-Fi or Chill-Hop right through to a more Jazz-like sound.

 

The idea behind Cloud Clears as a track was always to blend storytelling and music to create a cautionary tale that is easy to listen to and take in.

 

For the video, we used stock footage that we had shot several years before to give the listener a feel for the streets and the time talked about in the lyrics.

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

My experience as an artist shows me that in order to run a successful record label you need to really appreciate, nurture and support your artists so you can get the best from them.

 

If you have talented musicians then let them play with the aim to break down barriers and push the limits to create something new.

 

The labels that are only in the business of making money are essentially killing the music industry in my opinion.

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Tell us how you are promoting your music.

For an artist like me who does not have a large label backing me, the correct use of social media platforms and relationships with blogs has been key to promoting my music.  I’m still working to build my name and get my music out there.

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Explain the story behind the song.

Cloud Clears is an emotional song that was written in the wake of a yearlong stay in prison.

 

It comments on conviction and trying to keep out of the street violence happening in London as well as a more objective view gained from incarceration.

 

Inspired by true wordsmiths like Talib Kweli and Mos Def; Cloud Clears tries to act as a warning as much as it tells a tale.

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

This track was produced by GG Peney and written by Brotherman.

 

The video was produced and directed by Johnny Griffith, who is my right-hand man. He has done a great job in really capturing the essence of the song.

 

Also much love to the editor Dom Brancaleone for getting the video to its crisp and clean final look.

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Elaborate on the song and music video.

The song Cloud Clears contains more than a few references to London streets and the life that I lived… It was only right that the video gave some more insight into the world that is spoken about in the track and so we used footage of me that had been shot back in the times that the song speaks of.

 

The lyrics are more like thoughts than statements and so we wanted a visual that sort of internalized the struggle I was going through which is why I never talk to the camera during the video.

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

My mother says I have been rapping and singing since I was around eight years old. I wrote a number of tracks before I ever performed on stage which meant once I did, I hit the ground running.

 

I entered open mics and rap battles and began winning and gaining attention and notoriety.

 

Once I was signed, I appeared on mixtapes alongside Cormega from Wu-Tang and a whole host of rappers from the UK.

 

I recorded my first album which allowed me to tour and perform to thousands at festivals as well as to millions more live on national radio stations.

 

My first label folded which left me unsigned just as my first release dropped so it didn’t have the full impact it should have had.  Since then I have warmed up stages for Hip Hop royalty such as Mos Def (Yasiin Bey) and Talib Kweli and have continued to build the Brotherman brand and make newer fresher music.

 

Since my first album, I have had several small releases online but Huckleberry is my first proper release in quite some time.

 

I am currently working on two new projects which should take the form of a mixtape and an album, both dropping later this year or early next year.

 

We also have another video from Huckleberry which will be released in a few months.

 

As for the future well, I would like to see my music reaching more people and would also like to see my style changing to become slightly more musical.

 

I have plans to work with more musicians and have better and bigger features as well.

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Tell us what makes you unique from others.

Put simply, I think I stand out as an artist because I have such a wide range of influences in both my music and my writing.

 

Musically my influences range from 1920’s Blues right through to Drum and Bass.

 

Meanwhile, lyrically I am a child of Shakespeare with a want to write like James Baldwin.

My aim is to pretty much write poetry that moves the listener and speaks of the problems we face as a society while creating gorgeous music that is well made and lasts forever.

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Tell us your weakness and strength pertaining to music.

My weakness when it comes to music would have to be an ability to play instruments or make beats. I chose lyricism a long time ago so while I play a little guitar, I am more words than music.

 

Luckily I have a great team who are as good at the music as I am with letters.

My strengths are writing and performing. I find that when performed in the right atmosphere my writing comes alive and I am never happier than I am when on stage.

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List your five favourite songs including the artists. 

Waiting in Vain – Bob Marley

 

Sky’s the Limit – Notorious BIG

 

Everything Man – Talib Kweli

The Queen and the Soldier – Suzanne Vega

 

Liquid Love – Essa (formerly known as Yungun)

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

Signing to a major label is always seen as the best way to ‘make it’ as an artist in today’s industry. This is mainly to do with the big signing bonus and the network of marketing and promotion that they supply.

 

Nowadays there are more than enough outlets for the ‘do it yourself’ artist to have their music seen and heard. This allows the artist creative freedoms that they might not have had as a signed artist on a major label.

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Tell us other activities you are pursuing apart from music.

Outside of music, I am a writer and so I am working on several Novels as well as children’s books and poetry. We have just welcomed our daughter into the world, which takes up a fair amount of my time. Anything left is music really.

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State your artist’s name and elaborate on it.

My artist name is Brotherman, it was a name that the Rastafarian men used to call me as a child. I guess the name stuck and now it pretty much means a brother to man.

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State the title of the song and the meaning.

Cloud Clears refers to that moment when the sun is finally visible through the thickest grey clouds and tells of a brighter day ahead.

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State the title of the album and the reason for choosing the title.

Huckleberry is the name of the album because it was written and produced on a street called Huckleberry close. I liked it because of the reference to Mark Twain as I felt like this was a twist on a modern-day Huckleberry Finn type tale of adventure and self-exploration.

 

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Superstar – Change Gon Come

Superstar – Change Gon Come

 

Superstar – Change Gon Come

Superstar – Change Gon Come

 

ARTIST NAME: Superstar

 

SONG TITLE: Change Gon Come

 

ALBUM TITLE: CM2: Between The Church & The Streets

 

GENRE: Hip Hop

 

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SuperStar was born Justice Demetrius Richardson on July 24, 1987, to Eugene Richardson and Lilly Pardlow.

 

He is the second oldest of four children. He was raised in a strict Christian home until his mother and father got a divorce. That’s when he learns he has to decipher life from religion.

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Tell us your names and country of birth.

Justice Richardson – United States.

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State your academic qualification.

High Diploma.

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

I have been in music my entire life but rapping for just over ten years.

 

My music is based on my life. I understand hip-hop has changed a lot in the past ten years.

 

My goal is not to be considered one of the GOATS of hip hop but to be more like the Martin Luther King/ Malcolm X of hip-hop.

 

I’ve been through a lot in my life and I intend to share my pains and triumphs through my music with the world.

 

My main influences in hip hop are Jay-Z and Lecrae, but also include T.I., Jeezy and Kanye West.

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Tell us your genre and idea behind your song.

Hip-Hop is the genre of my music. When I wrote Change Gon Come a close friend of mine lost her son to street violence & another close friend of mine was battling cancer. I was also going through a tough time in my personal life so I wanted to write a song that would inspire people to keep believing.

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Tell us how you are promoting your music.

Right now I am submitting my music to as many radio stations and blogs as I can just to get my music out and my sound out there. I am also trying to gain more followers on my social media pages.

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Explain the story behind the song.

This song is the story of a street guy that is trying to walk the straight and narrow by working a 9 to 5 but he is struggling to make ends meet. He is also chasing his dreams in music and trying to stay out of the street life but it seems that everything that can go wrong does until he remembers trouble doesn’t last always.

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

My music is produced by Aaron “Kidd” Donaldson for Kidd K Production.

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

I’ve been in the music business for just over ten years. I’ve had my ups and downs but the love of music has always kept me coming back. My end goal is to use my music to build my independent label to help independent artists get a head start in their careers.

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Tell us what makes you unique from others.

I’m myself and no one else can beat that better than me. I don’t move to the latest trends just because that’s what everyone else does. I know who I am as a person and an artist and that’s what I stick to no matter what.

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Tell us your weakness and strength pertaining to music.

I’m not big on metaphors when I rap but my honest lyrics make up for that.

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List your five favourite songs including the artists.

Lupe Fiasco – The Show Goes On

 

Jay-Z – Moment Of Clarity

 

Jay-Z – The Story Of OJ

 

Kanye West – Jesus Walks

 

Jay-Z – Say Hello

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

I prefer to stay signed to my independent label; I want to own all my own music. I can appreciate the resources a major label can provide but I don’t mind working hard for myself to get to where I want to be.

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Tell us other activities you are pursuing apart from music.

I have my own clothing line I’m launching.

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List your various works.

CM2: Between The Church & The Streets Album

 

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State your artist’s name and elaborate on it.

SuperStar – I got my stage name from my aunt. She was there for me when I was going through a depressing time in my life and she said: “I’m going to start calling you SuperStar.” People are going to be drawn to you and you’re going to help them overcome various life issues.

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State the title of the song and the meaning.

Change Gon Come, the meaning is as simple as the title of the song. As long as you believe it, it can happen. Change Gon Come.

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State the title of the album and the reason for choosing the title.

CM2: Between The Church & The Streets, this album name came from my internal struggle of trying to be a good Christian but struggling with the street mentality I developed during my adolescent years.

 

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Hip-Hop-TV Distribution is a subsidiary of Broadtube Music Distribution created to promote hip-hop artists across the globe.

 

Hip-Hop-TV Distribution delivers ‘Make It Out’ by Naughty G to digital stores so you can check the EP out!

 

 

Naughty G

Javnault Griffin known as Naughty G of Illinois is a stellar rapper with a gritty urban beat and deft ability to switch styles.

 

The video of his song entitled ‘Swim’ is captivating and the song is beyond appealing.

 

Naughty G started rapping at age eight and took it seriously at age 20.

 

With five years under his belt as a recording artist, look for Naughty G to continue his rise as a multi-media artist!

 

Javnault “Naughty G” Griffin is one of the finest rappers from Rockford, Illinois, United States of America… His ability to switch styles makes him one of the greatest lyricists. The video of the song entitled ‘Swim’ is captivating while the song is appealing. Javnault “Naughty G” Griffin was born April 27, 1993, in Rockford, Illinois, USA. He started rapping at age 8 but took it seriously at age twenty. He has a solid online presence. Naughty G has a five-year experience as a Recording Artist.

 

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French Montana + Blueface + Lil Tjay – Slide

French Montana – Slide

 

French Montana + Blueface + Lil Tjay – Slide

French Montana + Blueface + Lil Tjay – Slide

 

Artist Name – French Montana + Blueface + Lil Tjay

 

Song Title – Slide

 

Video Director – French Montana & Spiff TV

 

Video Producer – Sway Mendez

 

Production Company – AJR Films

 

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The video of the song entitled ‘Slide’ by French Montana featuring Blueface and Lil Tjay is a lively visual which emphasizes wanting someone to move away from you with an electric slide-esque dance.

 

Grammy Award-nominated multi-platinum artist, rapper, producer, influencer, and philanthropist French Montana returns with the brand new single.

 

Once again, he drops an event-level blockbuster, joining forces with two of the game’s hottest young geniuses.

 

French taps into a high-energy cadence, sliding into the pocket with style.

 

Meanwhile, 17-year-old Bronx phenomenon Lil TJay turns up with fresh East Coast fire.

 

Southern California star and West Coast viral disruptor BLUEFACE shows up for a scene-stealing and meme-able cameo with no shortage of personality. It has all the ingredients of a summer smash…

 

“Slide” featuring Blueface and Lil Tjay was Zane Lowe’s World Record on Apple Music’s Beats 1.

 

A movie-style music video shot on location in South Central makes its debut on VEVO/YouTube.

 

With style and pops of color inspired by Mexico’s Day of the Dead and Dick Tracy in equal measure, the visual unfurls as a psychedelic O.G. odyssey complete with shiny skull heads and monochromatic Al Capone-era suits.

 

It sets the scene for these three stars to drop into the “slide” dance, which will transform into a phenomenon of its own.

 

Speaking of “No Stylist,” it just received a platinum certification from the RIAA. The Drake-assisted hit also crossed 200 million streams on Spotify…

 

Get ready to “Slide” with French Montana this summer as he readies his new album for release soon.

 

Some artists blur genres, but French Montana blurs borders. His inimitable fusion of classic East Coast rhymes, wavy pop swagger, and international ambition elevated him to the forefront of the game on a global scale.

 

2017 saw him ascend to superstar status with the blockbuster smash “UNFORGETTABLE” featuring Swae Lee, which cemented him in the “Billion Club” for streaming and earned a quintuple-platinum certification from the RIAA.

 

Meanwhile, his sophomore effort, JUNGLE RULES, went gold and dominated the charts.

 

He has left an indelible mark on communities around the globe.

 

Besides becoming the first rap ambassador of Global Citizen, he supported humanitarian efforts, spanning DACA, the viral Mama Hope #UNFORGETTABLE Dance Challenge, which raised over $500,000-plus, and his Pan-African health and education movement into Morocco with Care Morocco.

 

2018 also saw him become a U.S. Citizen after immigrating to the South Bronx from Morocco at the age of thirteen.

 

If anyone can not only change music but the world at large, it’s French Montana.

 

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Zonouzi - Succa Phree

Zonouzi – Succa Phree

 

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Zonouzi – Succa Phree

 

Artist name: Zonouzi + Donny 6ravo + K.I.D.

 

Song Title: Succa Phree.

 

Album Title: Therapy

 

Release Date: February 28th, 2019

 

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

 

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

My name is Ardalan Zonouzi (Zonouzi), I was born in Tehran, Iran, and I had sometimes difficult sometimes a fun childhood growing up. I lived with people that made me happy while under the pressure and influence of the government.

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State your academic qualification.

I’m 17 and a junior in high school.

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

I started rapping in 2016 when I was 14. I started writing music because of Eminem he made me feel better. Then I started listening to J Cole and Kendrick and Mac Miller and many more.

 

My goal with music became to inspire and to heal, to promote balance and facts with evidence about reality and the real world.

 

I knew Jared (K.I.D.) from high school and he introduced me to Donny, who I knew from the videos he made on Instagram.

 

We made a couple of songs together. The first time, Donny was featured on a collaborative tape, I and KID did (Cypherality from Cloud 9) and the new version became “Succa Phree.”

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

My goal in music is to help people. Whether it’s making a party song people can dance to or whether it’s a song people want to be alone listening to. My genre has no limits. From rock to jazz to Middle Eastern instruments and even EDM, I’m very open-minded to good music of all forms.

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

I am making my own record label called 1122 Records which will launch soon.

 

My label is a label where freedom is given to the artist while helping them understand the advice that can help them and in what way.

 

The profit made from the music will go towards the promotion of the music until the song reaches the intended goal agreed upon both by the artist and label. After the goal is reached and we have finished promoting the music, the artist gets 70% royalty.

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Tell us how you are promoting your music.

I’m promoting my music through self-made playlists, promotional playlists, social media, videos, in person, CD’s, music video, and sharing every person’s music in the label while they will share mine so we expand together. Everyone is in it together but everyone is their own independent individual.

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Born in Tehran, Iran on December 18th, 2001, Zonouzi had a difficult life growing up.

 

He moved to Atlanta, Georgia at the age of twelve in 2014. Inspired to write by Eminem and Persian rapper Hichkas in 2015, Zonouzi’s main concepts are inspired by happiness, balance in life and reality.

 

Idolizing artists such as Mac Miller, The Weeknd, A$AP Rocky, Kendrick Lamar, Lil Wayne, and more, the seventeen-year-old infuses different types of music to create his own style.

 

Capable of speaking and understanding Farsi, English, and Spanish, Zonouzi also draws inspiration from Persian artists and bands such as Zedbazi, Behzad Leito, Erfan, and other foreign music.

 

On February 28th of 2019, he released his first independent studio album “Therapy”, with a goal to help through his music.

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Explain the story behind the song.

This was originally supposed to be Donny’s song because he had the hook and verse but he didn’t like his second verse. KID freestyles the second verse and while he does that, I write my verse and just go in after him. We were just having fun and it turned out pretty fine.

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List the radio stations, television stations, and blogs that have aired or featured your new song.

I have not been on any radio or TV stations yet, but the time is coming. I’ve been featured on many different playlists however and I plan on releasing music through Spotify playlists soon.

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

1122 Records is made of many different people. Our main artists are Zonouzi, K.I.D., Donny 6ravo, RMF, and Coffman. We work with many different producers such as AliSD, A Wil, StudioGangsta Label, etc…

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Elaborate on the song.

The song is about being your own person. Stop listening to the trends, stop being a sucker for what people like and stop chasing things that you don’t like or won’t be influenced by positively.

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

I’ve been in the business for 3 years now, this is just the start, however, and the past 3 years were just practice and trash songs. 2019 was the real launch of my career in my opinion.

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Tell us what makes you unique from others.

A lot of people think my accent makes me different and I understand that.

 

I personally think I’ve been influenced by so many different styles from all different kinds of genres that many Americans haven’t been exposed to which gives me one advantage.

 

I study the game more than I have ever studied for homework. I study promotions, labels, artists, lyrics, everything.

 

My lyrics are not basic, they can be lyrics that are intended towards being popular which means I’m concentrating on a certain audience when I say some basic stuff, but in most scenarios, my lyrics and flow are real and meaningful, bars and wordplay with a combination of unique flows and melodies.

 

My subjects are different. My beats are different. My perspective is different. Everyone in my school knows I’m different even as a person, it’s just the personality. My mom always told me I was. I found out for myself when I was 7.

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Tell us your weakness and strength pertaining to music.

My weakness and strength is my accent. My main weakness I think I have is pronunciation and breathe even though everything can always improve.

 

My pros my mentality, my outside of box thinking, my unique flow, my vision, and purpose…

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List your five favourite songs including the artists.

It’s very hard to say but Alright by Kendrick Lamar, Dang! by Mac Miller, No Role Modelz by J Cole, Cigare Soorati by Zedbazi, Open Letter by Lil Wayne, Live from the Gutter by Drake and Future.

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

I’m always open to signing to a major label but I didn’t start this to get signed, I started this for myself and if I don’t get signed, I’m going to become the major label myself and keep all the money to myself and those who actually believed in me.

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Tell us other activities you are pursuing apart from music.

Music is all I do. I do school and work three jobs but it’s only to pay for this music…

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List your various works.

I put out my first tape in 2016 called the Movie which I recorded on my phone and let the beat play in the back through my iPad.

 

Then I made another tape but with only 5 tracks called “Reflect” where I first started learning to mix.

 

After that, I put out “1122: The Happy House”, then I released a collaborative tape with K.I.D. titled “Cloud 9” with 6 songs.

 

After that, I worked nonstop on my album for 6 months and dropped 7 tracks independently as an album titled “Therapy.”

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State your artist’s name and elaborate on it.

My artist name is “Zonouzi” pronounced “ZO-NOO-ZEE”, it’s my last name, helps me stay in touch with my origin and reminds me of why I started this but I also have a goofy SoundCloud character called “Lil Zoot” which I mention in some songs who basically just doesn’t give a fuck.

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State the title of the song and the meaning.

Succa Phree. Means sucker free. Away from the bullshit. Independent. Free from drama and minding your own business and being successful with those who actually care and aren’t making a fool out of you while you keep yourself in check and make sure you’re not making a fool of yourself.

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State the title of the album and the reason for choosing the title.

The album is called “Therapy”, I wanted it to help heal people. It has hype songs in the beginning, a couple mellow/deep songs to show life has balance. Like yes; there’s a bad thing but there’s also good. The word good or bad is just a bunch of vowels, you decide what’s good and what’s bad, not law, not society, you choose how you want to perceive life.

 

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DJ Romestallion - #BornDay

DJ Romestallion – #BornDay

 

DJ Romestallion - #BornDay

DJ Romestallion – #BornDay

 

ARTIST NAME – DJ Romestallion

 

FEATURED ARTISTS: AB of YH, Mr. Jet Black & Just L

 

SONG TITLE – #BornDay

 

ALBUM TITLE – #AOTP [All Over The Place]

 

GENRE – Hip-Hop/Rap

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A San Francisco native, DJ Romestallion’s passion for music began at the age of 12 when playing the clarinet and vibraphone at Aptos Middle School.

 

During his late teens as a club promoter, he saw another aspect of music and entertaining.

 

After graduating from Terra Nova High School and attending San Francisco City College where he obtained the 2003 Junior College Football National Championship with the Rams, his athletic career as a centerfielder granted him a full athletic baseball scholarship to Mississippi Valley State University.

 

After a year at Mississippi Valley State University, he continued his education at San Francisco State University with a degree in Journalism, all throughout this his love for music by his side.

 

During his college years, his teammates and classmates became very familiar with his playlist “Butt Slaps.”

 

After graduating from SFSU and interning at CBS 5 and ABC 7, he ventured back to his love of music and began learning the art of DJing.

 

With a residency at Blackthorn Tavern and Rockit Room, now known as Neck of the Woods, his career in the industry began.

 

In 2016 he became a resident DJ at Big Box Radio in Chicago and began executing producing and releasing his first single #DropItLow featuring Just L and releasing two more singles #DOTB (Dance on the Beach) featuring Just L & Alma Rosae and #LiftOFF featuring AB of YH & Kurtanz later that year.

 

He then went on his first promotional tour in New York where he did many radio station interviews and a short film about his life.

 

Also, he attended the A3C festival and conference in Atlanta, where he interviewed multiple artists and networked with upcoming artists. There he decided he would start working on an album and release it the next year.

 

In 2017 he started working on his first studio album entitled, #AOTP [ All Over The Place ] featuring artists from California, North Carolina, Georgia, New York, and Florida.

 

The album is also produced by leading experts from California, Amsterdam, France, New York, Ohio, and Nevada.

 

He premiered two singles #BornDay featuring AB of YH, Mr. Jet Black & Just L in which, he filmed and released his first music video and #TheChampMVP featuring Mr. Jet Black, AB of YH & Johnny Caine before the release of the album in July.

 

He then went on another promotional tour in New York where he did five radio station interviews and filmed the music video for the song #HellaSalty featuring Mista HookCiti off the album all in a three-day span.

 

He is the 2017 Allstar Mixtape Awards Grinding DJ of the Year Winner.

 

Moving into 2018, he released the music video and joined The Program DJ crew as a resident DJ doing shows at various clubs around the Bay Area.

 

Staying focused he began honing his craft as a songwriter and artist working on his next four solo singles #Lottery, #BlowinChecks, #Ratchetta, and #Legacy.

 

He is currently working on his next project #TheeFriscoanMixtape and is looking to release in 2019.

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Go on at length on what it takes to write a song from the start to the end.

I usually start by just listening to the beat first. If I’m feeling it, then it’s on repeat for a few hours.

 

I always start with the hook first and build the song concept around that. After the hook is done, then I start to work on the verses.

 

If I can hear other people on the song inside my head, then I’ll reach out to those artists and ask them what they think and if they would like to be featured.

 

After the writing process is done, I set up a studio session with my engineer and then we lay down the vocals for the song and it’s a wrap!

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Elaborate on the gain and loss of being an artist.

The gain of being an artist is the excitement of having endless possibilities once you make it and making money doing something you absolutely love doing. Plus, having the power to touch so many people with your music is extremely humbling and rewarding.

 

The loss side of things is being broke while chasing this dream and not having many people believe in your talent(s).

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Tell us how you connect people with your music.

I connect people with my music by making party music and music that people can relate to. I like to bring my personal experiences to the music, so people can hear the issues that I battle with on a daily basis. I like to tell my stories from the past and present.

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Mention your greatest song up to date.

My greatest song to date in my humble opinion is #Legacy from my latest project #TheeFriscoanMixtape in which I released in March 2019.

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Tell us what you hate most about the music business.

What I hate most about the music industry, is the huge lack of professionalism and cocky people.

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Discuss how you monitor your digital distribution and streaming.

I’m able to monitor my distribution and streaming data through ASCAP, Sound Exchange, and SoundCloud analytics.

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State the obstacles that a new artist can face as a starter.

I think the obstacles you face starting out are mostly financial. Having the start-up money to invest in yourself takes a lot of time and a lot of research. Studio costs, beat costs, video costs, PRO costs, website costs, performance costs, legal costs, social media costs, etc. All of these things can add up and can overwhelm a beginner artist easily.

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Tell us how you will tutor a new artist in the music business.

If I could tutor someone in the music industry I would go-slow with them to make sure a lot of things were covered. So much information to obtain these days, it can definitely be an intimidating factor.

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Explain how you record songs.

I like to go into the studio with my songs already done; meaning I finished writing them, so I can just focus on laying my vocals down. I also like to have water, tequila, and food on hand as well. My sessions are usually 5+ hours long because I like to complete 2-4 song within that time period.

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Discuss digital and analog recording.

My engineer uses Pro Tools to record my sessions digitally. I’ve never recorded through analog in my career.

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Tell us your opinion on adding effects to vocals.

I think adding effects to vocals is a dope thing! As an artist, you have to have an open mind and see how the industry is evolving. If you sound great with the effects on your vocals, why not do it? I encourage anybody to play with some effects on your vocals and give it a try.

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Tell us how you eradicate noise in your recording.

My engineer does a great job at eradicating noise during my recording. I record at a professional studio.

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Describe the theme of your lyrics.

The theme to my song #BornDay is to have fun and live life to the fullest on your special day and/or all year!

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Tell us if you consider rapping about politics or injustice rather than love stories.

I usually just rap about whatever I feel in that particular moment.

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Discuss the registration of your songs with your Performing Rights Organization.

I’m registered with ASCAP and the process is really easy. I just type in all required information about the song and they register the song on their end and it ends up in my catalog to view anytime.

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Discuss how you distribute your music.

I distribute my music using Tunecore. Tunecore places my music on platforms such as Pandora, iTunes, Apple Music, Tidal, Amazon Music, Spotify, and various other platforms around the world. If I didn’t have Tunecore, I wouldn’t know how to place my music on these platforms.

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Discuss how you cope with the crowd on the stage.

I cope with the crowd onstage by just being myself and bringing tons of energy. I like to ask them how they’re feeling in that moment and to take a spiritual trip with me during my set…

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Elaborate on the song.

My song #BornDay is a celebratory song about one’s birthday. It’s a straight party song/anthem that everyone should play when their special day comes around.

 

I was able to grab my guys AB of YH, Mr. Jet Black and Just L for this track to give it that party energy.

 

When you watch the video you can see we had fun that night and a lot of people came out to party with us as well.

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Elaborate on your artist name and the title of the album.

My name Romestallion was born from my close group of friends.

 

There are two Jerome’s amongst my friends and I got hit with the name Romestallion to differentiate between the two of us.

 

Plus, I am kind of a wild outgoing guy, so the name is a perfect fit for my personality.

 

When I started DJing I knew it would be a name that would standout out the most, so I just put the D and the J in front of it and the rest is history.

 

The title of my album #AOTP [All Over The Place] comes from just my journey growing up and just being all over the place spiritually and emotionally.

 

Also, the different sounds, artists, and producers are from all around the world, so all over the place was the perfect concept of how I wanted my album portrayed.

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