Artists, Submit your music for a chance to win an all-expenses paid trip to perform at the VJC Reunion October 6-8 in Atlanta during A3C
Global music platform WorldArts presents the VJC Reunion, a two-day music celebration October 6-8 in Atlanta, during this year’s A3C Festival. The VJC is a nationwide collective of artists, DJs and industry professionals. Thursday October 6 will be a showcase at official A3C venue 529 featuring performances from various members of the VJC including Atlanta psycho-hop group The Difference Machine, LA future-funk band The Milky Way, Atlanta emcee/producer Yamin Semali,
Welcome to another edition of Po Politickin. In this episode, we politick with Darryel Woodson aka “The Original White Folks”. White Folks is a old school player with more 40 years in the game. In this interview, Darryel shares his wisdom and insight to the next generations of players.
Guwop is Home!! After being released from prison on May 26, 2016. Gucci recorded Everybody Looking in less than six days. In 2008, I remember a co-worker telling me that Gucci Mane was his favorite rapper. He was telling me how Gucci was supertight and then start doing all Gucci’s ad libs. I remember thinking he was crazy for naming Gucci was his favorite rapper. Well, eight years later and I am know a believer in Gucci. I really been sleeping on Gucci but better late than never right?
Welcome to another edition of Po Politickin. In this episode, we politick with life coach, activist, and former pimp Andre Taylor aka Gorgeous Dre.
Phillip Buchanon is an entrepreneur, board game developer,writer, and former American football cornerback that played in the National Football League (NFL). Phillip discusses his book, New Money: Staying Rich. New Money: Staying Rich dispenses valuable advice, taken from first-hand experiences, to aspiring professional athletes, entrepreneurs, and anyone fortunate enough to be the beneficiary of rapid wealth.
Welcome to another edition of Po Politickin. In this episode, we politick with Mississippi emcee Tito Lopez. In this 8 year followup interview, Tito discusses freestyling for Dr. Dre, his Capitol Records deal, Mississippi hip hop, upcoming projects, and more..
Dr. Jim is an award winning clinical psychologist, teacher and author.
He’s a longtime innovator in the areas of deep therapy, personal growth, well-being, mindfulness and “inner fitness”. “Dr. Jim” is also an experienced meditation practitioner and teacher.
In this episode, we politick with Dave Daley The Monster Motivator. Dave is the President of Dave Daley Enterprises, helping executives and their companies, entrepreneurs, salespeople, and motivated individuals looking to take their professional career to the next level! Dave’s unique combination of real life applicable content backed up by 20 years of proven real life entrepreneurial experience
Welcome another edition of Po Politickin. In this episode, we politick with Schahrzad Morgan. Schahrzad is the author the book, The F-ck List – A Sex Memoir. After 25 years of marriage, Schahrzad, mother of three, files for divorce and decides to embark on a powerful journey of sexual discovery,
If you’ve been paying attention, you might have started to realize Portland, Oregon has one of the hottest up and coming underground hip hop scenes in the country. For those that are familiar with the scene, not only is there an abundance of talent in the region, but also tensions have been high lately with resistance from the Portland Police Department and Oregon Liquor Control Commission. Director Seena Haddad recently recognized this and tapped some of the region’s best artists including, Vinnie Dewayne, Stewart Villain, Blossom, Mic Capes, Rasheed Jamal, and more for the soundtrack to his new Web Series, “X-Ray” reflecting what’s been happening and happening now in Portland’s bubbling hip hop scene.
Babs speaks on female battle rap and “Queen of the Ring”, her company that showcases female battle rappers and up-and-coming female artists.
DJ Paul and emerging Memphis lyricist Weirdo Westwood King team up for “Ain’t Gone Love It” from the K.O.M’s upcoming Vol. 17 – For Da Summer 17 project, which will appropriately drop this Summer.
Blacc Zacc rolls with fellow Columbia, SC lyricist Blacko to celebrate their independent mindset on “No Deal”, produced by Lil Memphis. This song appears on Blacc Zacc’s latest project Dirty Summer
There is no denying the unmatched talent of rapper Eddy Fish. Also known by his respected street name Eddy Fishscale, this up and coming Boston-born-and-raised rapper has remained a concrete piece of the very city from which his lyrical catalog derives.
MC Eiht “Which Way Iz West” available for pre-order now
Queens, NY lyricist Mr. Complex presents the music video for “Then Was Then”, a single from Forever New, his new album featuring O.C., Sadat X, Georgia Anne Muldrow, Prince Po, Maya Azucena, Nadine Michel, General DV, Tiye Phoenix, Brianna Nadeau, Caitlyn Riedel and Respect The Go
Louisiana-born lyricist Ivan Keith chronicles near a near-death experience, and issues a call-out to responsibility for the youth and more in this emotional Marty McFly-directed visual for “Get It Together” featuring producer/songwriter Dre Butterz.
It’s all about diamonds and success as M Riich aka M R$CH presents the official visual “Everywhere” produced by Kush2x, directed by Sal Thousands.
The bars continue with week 24 of Gardena emcee, Kahlee and Southgate director, Muds One’s rap video series #BarsWeekly.
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Not many female artists have rocked the male-dominated DIY hip hop touring trenches the way Bay Area-bred, Brooklyn-based singer Corina Corina has. Her latest offering, “My Baaad” offers a peek behind the curtain of the not-often-discussed lifestyle of a single woman on her grind. Not one to deprive herself of a good time and a chance to connect, Corina Corina is unapologetic about her intentions and desire to resist being tied down by romance.
Mo B. Dick is a founding member of the production team The Medicine Men (formerly Beats by the Pound), which produced most of No Limit Records’ releases from 1995 to 1999. During his stint at No Limit Records, He not only produced tracks, but was also a featured artist on over a dozen songs.
As Founder/CEO of Dirty Money Entertainmet (DME), Blacc Zacc is an entrepreneur on the rise, with plans to make his label a household name. Born Zachary Chapman in Columbia, South Carolina, Blacc Zacc grew up in Columbia Gardens where he began rapping at the age of 13. “I was inspired to be successful in life by my older brother Tony,” he remembers. “I looked up to my big brother’s lifestyle as a child.”
017’s new DMV artist J. Brytni is known for her soothing 90’s style of music. Mixing her song writing abilities along with very trendy vocals and her many styles of beautiful harmonies.
Welcome to another fly edition of PoPolitickin. In this episode, we politick with DMV rapper Interstate Snake. Snakes discusses his football background, current projects, the importance of branding, and more.
Welcome to another exciting edition of PoPolitickin. In this episode, we are joined by San Diego, California author and entrepreneur Dainnese Jackson.
Dainnese discusses Epilepsy Awareness and her latest novel “Killa & Heaven”.
Welcome to another dope episode of PoPolitickin. In this edition, we politick with Baton Rouge, Louisiana hip hop artist Young Bleed.
Bleed discusses his time with No Limit Records, his connection to rappers Kevin Gates, Boosie BadAzz, and more.
Welcome to another fly edition of PoPolitickin. In this episode, we politick with Houston, Texas music artist DOC STRANGE.
Shanell is the R&B voice of Young Money, plus a very talented writer having penned Lil Wayne‘s hit single “Prom Queen“. SnL has received a lot of praise from her boss Weezy on several occasions, even appearing on 4 separate tracks of his Gold certified Rebirth album.
Rapper Nes Bandit presents the Ken Floyd-directed music video for “Paper’s Legit”, the new Mo Reese-produced single from Black Nobility, his new album featuring Murs, Alexis Garrett and Mizzori. The son of a retired preacher, Nes was raised in the Philadelphia suburb of Mount Laurel, NJ before moving to Indianapolis to further his career in pharmaceutical sales, becoming one of the only three African American male reps in the entire state.
BIANCA has been working intensely on, writing, crafting her sound and today releases her first official single: “Eyes On Me”. Born and raised in Los Angeles, the smile on her face is like the weather, always shining. Being sensual, funny yet edgy and raw, unafraid to be who she is, the whole essence of being your true self, is what her music is about. She aspires to transform all this warmth and lust for life despite the ups and downs, into extraordinary songs she’s putting together for her upcoming mixtape: Cool Kids Travel.