Coming from the First state to become part of the USA, Wilmington rapper N.O. (Nlightened. One.) hails from one of the last places you would expect to find a dope emcee – Delaware. With a raw and gritty East Coast sound that’s garnering attention from the shores of Delaware to streets of Philly, this talented young rapper has an undeniable sound that makes his origins that much more enigmatic.

Part of his rise to notoriety in the Tri-State area came with his appearance on DJ Cosmik Kev’s Power 99 FM “The Come Up Show” and via J-Squad’s debut mixtape Welcome 2 Hellaware hosted by the Aphiliates.

“The Delaware Hip-Hop scene has a lot of hard workers, and people are starting to gravitate to certain artists. I think we do lack some unity and genuine support, just as far as artists working together and networking, but I mostly just stay in my own lane and started to get my buzz up in Philly,” N.O. explained.

Kicking things off on the blogs to build awareness outside of his home state and the Tri-State area, N.O. is releasing his new single featuring the production of Tone the Beat Bully, brother of Roc Nation Producer Jhalil Beats.

“On the current project Times Have Changed we got this record called Clocked In and thats what we’re going to push next. It’s produced by Tone the Beat Bully and my cousin/manager Zo linked with him after Zo had known him for a long time way before Jhalil blew up,” he said. “Jhalil is a real humble dude and he’s always had some heat back in the day. We went to his old house in Chester and he was giving us a lot of jewels and knowledge about how the game goes. He taught us a lot about the game and how to get your self on.”

When it came to the video for the song N.O. linked up with Josh Medina who came up with a raw concept and treatment for the visual that included “graffiti and lakes.”

“I knew that I wanted to do a video for the song and as far as the content goes, there were a lot of ideas I could have done so I linked up with a friend of mine named Josh Medina and he came up with the concept with graphitti backdrops and lakes. I just did my thing in front of the camera, I think we put something together pretty fast but it came out dope,” N.O. added.

In addition to the aforementioned Jhalil Beats and Tone the Beat Bully, the project also features producers and rapper Sap, Marchitect, PC Beats, MD Kye and Prince Ali. There are also features on the
project from J-Squad’s Dré and GK, as well as other names including Pittsburgh’s Owey, Renee Scott, Sap and BL.

“Not a lot of people have a project with top tier producers and legendary features and quality recording so I kind of want to shine light on the fact that I do feel I have that kind of project,” N.O. said speaking on the caliber of his recent body of work. I never slow down on music, still writing and visuals are coming and I”m doing some more shows and get back into that.”

Take the time to download the latest music release from this up and coming Newark, NJ based recording Artist Sal-O, The track is titled ‘Lust” and is available On iTunes Now. The record is produced by Clipsmoke and has a very good bounce to it.

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Nashville rapper Maneeyak teams up with Cashville Records’ Young Buck for the visuals to his latest street anthem “Anonymous.” Produced by Greedy Money and directed by Hy Def Imaging, “Anonymous” is featured on Maneeyak’s new project Street Love.

Cashville Records recording artist Maneeyak drops off a new video for his track “No Dealings.” Produced by Bandplay. Directed by Majacul.

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With over 1.5 Million Sound Cloud plays in his opening week, Shreveport, Louisiana rapper D-Money Duhh has suddenly taken the internet by storm with his latest single “Backpack Loaded Up”. His single has been featured multiple times in several indie to major blogs over the past 6 months and has finally risen to the top of the charts. The Shreveport rapper has seemingly accumulated over 300,000 plays in a 48 hour span in the Chicago area which soon lead to miraculously accumulating over 250,000 plays shortly afterwards hours later in the Southern California area sparking a huge Sound Cloud trend. The Louisiana artist can be followed on all social sites @DmoneyDuhh. This talented artist is definitely on the radar. With labels such as Atlantic , Def Jam, Sony and Universal Music Group keeping up with the young artist current emerging brand and image , we wouldn’t be surprised to see this young man rocking crowds and arenas soon! “Backpack Loaded Up” is now live on Spotifyand available for .99cents in all online retail stores , such as iTunes, CD Baby, Amazon, Tidal and even your google play store! This single can only be streamed unless purchased!

Up-and-coming Toronto rapper Fatman enlists Atlanta’s Hoodrich Pablo Juan for his latest single, a grind mode anthem called “Brown Hunnids”.

Produced by Shamgod Beatz, “Brown Hunnids” is a song about getting money and bossing up by any means necessary.

Fatman was recently featured on OVO radio and is currently in the studio working on a follow-up EP to Project FA hosted by HoodrichKeem.

Dupré “Doitall” Kelly is now an official candidate on the ballot  for the upcoming May 8, 2018 in Newark, NJ after turning in over 2,000 petitions.

Throughout his life, Dupré Kelly has always had a passion for the City of Newark and a drive to serve his community. In 1994, Mayor of Newark Sharpe James, honored his group with their very own Lords of The Underground Day making September 28th an annual holiday. Whether through his music, his fraternity Alpha Phi Alpha, business endeavors or his not for profit organization Dupré serves his community in many capacities. He is co-founder of 211 Community Impact a not-for-profit 501c3 company in Newark, NJ. 211 Community Impact helps through its grassroots programs addressing literacy, homelessness, mental health and wellness, education, gun violence and currently runs many youth activities. Furthermore, he is Co-CEO of 211 Media Group, a company that specializes in all aspects of media, television and film production as well as event planning and consulting. When elected Du-Kelly will make history as the first Platinum selling Hip-Hop artist to hold public office.

As Councilman at Large Dupré Kelly wants to address several issues:

  • Lack of funding for Youth Programming and Summer Jobs. In order to secure a better tomorrow for us all, we must make greater investments in our youth today. This year over 5,000 Newark youth applied to the Mayor’s summer youth program. Because of funding constraints the City was only able to roughly employ 2,500 students. By expanding private investment by $2 million for the Mayor’s Summer Youth Employment Program we can truly leave no child behind.
  • Initiate Greater Activities through Arts & Culture. It is through Dupré Kelly’s extensive artistic experience he believes that the arts drive creativity and creativity spurs jobs creation. The latest data from the Arts and Cultural Production Satellite Account ( A collaboration of the National Endowment for the Arts and the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA))  reveals that the arts and cultural sector contributed $729.6 billion or 4.2 percent to the U.S. economy that year. Between 1998 and 2014, the contribution of arts and culture to the nation’s gross domestic product grew by 35.1 percent. Locally, in 2016 Newark’s Arts and Culture Industry generated $178.3 million annually, providing residents income of $133.7M and supporting 4,963 jobs.
  • Lack of Civic Engagement (Neighborhood Inclusion).  We must begin to move the wards out of their individual cultural silos. Encourage a new philosophy on the City Council to move away with protectionist attitudes and work together to serve the interest of the entire city. Doitall will work with stakeholders to make sure the neighborhoods are included in our current economic renaissance. Doitall will create a massive ward by ward initiative encouraging our seniors to volunteer in mentoring and assisting our youth through our city programs.

Dupré Kelly intends to move beyond campaign lines to move the city forward through arts & culture. Newark needs new energy on the City Council.  For media please contact Cordelia Donovan at or call (646)678‑6048 and for campaign inquiries please contact campaign manager Monico Cruz at or call (973)536‑3729.

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