Sep 15

@TheRealSonjaBlade – SEEN IT ALL FEAT. @FerrariTanna (REMIX)

Sonja Blade drops another dope freestlye to Jeezy’s “Seen It All.” She links up with her artist, Ferrari Tana and bring that Brooklyn heat to ya speakers

Check it out

Sep 13

Interview with up & coming artist Jim-E-O

JIM-E-O, born Enyinna Kalu Ogbaa on July 26, 1984 in Imo State, Nigeria,is the son of Kalu Ogbaa, and Clara Ogbaa. The name Enyinna means, ” father’s friend” in Igbo (a Nigerian language). JIM-E-O embraced his father’s best friends’ name Jimmy. The E-O in his stage name represents his intials.
At age 6 JIM-E-O and family moved to America from Nigeria in 1991. JIM-E-O spent most of his childhood in New Haven, Connecticut. Recognizing his musical talent in his teenage years, JIM-E-O began songwriting and music production. Life was not easy growing up in a household with 5 siblings and being raised by a single mother after a divorce. Music was his mental Escape.
WIth New York so close, JIM-E-O began to journey into the Hip-Hop culture.

1: What’s you name and where are you from?

Jim-E-O Born in Nigeria, Live in Austin by way of New Haven CT.

2: What is a typical day/week like for you? 

Grind. Running a car dealership and chasing music when the sun drops.

3: What do you like most/least? 

Family time and traveling different cities.

4: What skills/personal attributes are most important to being successful?

Hard work and being organized.

5: What personal advice would you give to someone wanting to pursue this career?

Perfect the business side as well as your craft.

6: What are typical mistakes people make when trying to pursue this career?

Overthink the creative process, and put their dreams in other peoples hands. It’s important to treat yourself as a brand and consistently invest in it.

7: When and how did you first become interested in music? How long have you been rapping music? 

I fell in love with music in the 90′s been rapping ever since.

8: What are your musical influences?

Soul music, any kind of live music and the Hip-Hop pioneers, such as Jay-Z, Nas, Biggie, Pac, Puff, Russel Simmons.
9: What are you currently working and what are your plans for the future?

Just released an album titled “The Getaway” available on iTunes and all digital retailers.

10: How can the fans find your music or keep update with you?

 www.Jim-E-O.com , @Jim_E_O on twitter, www.facebook.com/jimeomusic

11: Without music, I would be a full fledge entrepunuer in the auto industry as a dealer principal.
12: Music is _timeless.
13: My music makes me feel like a leader.
14: I write songs because I want to appeal to my fans and capture special moments in live.
15: Support music because ___the Jim-E-O train is moving.




Sep 10

New Music: Flayo (@Turfstarent) “Used To Be The Man”

Rapper Flayo has a message for all of those people who used to be on top. His new single “Used To Be The Man” is a hard hitting and aggressive message to people who used to be down for him and have been acting funny.

Flayo is bring a new energy to the the game with playful beats to combat intense and zealous lyrics.

Listen to “Used To Be The Man” here:

Follow Flayo on Twitter: @Turfstarent

Sep 09

New Video: @OneTakeTC “Buy You”

Training Camp Ent. Rapper One Take is ready to release the video for his single “Buy You.” Picking up where his last video “Verrazano” left off, the video directed by Brian Gregory, with One Take being interrogated by a sexy female cop and in true One Take fashion he is more concerned with taking her home than why he is at the precinct. “Buy You” is featured on One Take’s mixtape Coming For Everything hosted by Don Cannon.

Watch “Buy You” here:

Keep up with One Take on IG and Twitter: @OneTakeTC

Sep 08

New Video: @AttractiveAlec Feat. DELI FRESH & FORTUNE RFG “Bottom Line”

NYC native ATTRACTIVE ALEC better known as El Peso releases a visual for his latest record “BOTTOM LINE” from his ” SMOOTHCENTRAL ” mixtape CO- starring DELIFRESH & FORTUNE RFG . This video is sure to take the streets by storm, as it displays imagery in the gritty Hollis neighborhood. With the support of local listeners. Checkout out the video after the jump: