[Single] @eskimoeazy_49 ‘Fill it Up’

Eskimoeazy(stage name) was born an raised in Atlanta ga, 29 years of age West side made south side raised,Ive been recording over 13 years music was jus a hobby to me then My music made a big impact on all da communities ova Atlanta ga,I’ve inspired an motivated them to make music them self’s by expressing my emotions even wen I didn’t kno good I really was at making music,Wit my powerful an unique voice I tend to gains everyone attention an give to da ones that come from were im from,from hard core to gangster to love songs I make all types of music jus listen to my story single out now on my mixtape fill it up

[Single] @eskimoeazy_49 'Fill it Up'

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 @eskimoeazy_49

[Mixtape] PluggangTrap ‘TrappinOuttheMazi3 – Trap Lessons’

PluggangTrap is back with another mixtape ‘TrappinOuttheMazi3 – Trap Lessons’ find it on MyMixtapez App today!!
 [Mixtape] PluggangTrap 'TrappinOuttheMazi3 - Trap Lessons'
TRACK LIST
1.intro tom3
2.different route
3.skit2
4.money counter
5.weak bag busta
6.paranoid
7.ballin habit
8.skit1
9.gucci
10.nothin like us
11. no patience
12.frienemies
13.countin $
14.skit3
15.380

Connect w/ PluggangTrap

Instagram – pluggangtrap
Booking info-  (216)375-1774

[Video] @capicu_7 ‘Gwalla’

Rising rapper Capi Cu makes a massive impact with a new trap anthem named “Gwalla”, released via indie label AMG. The up-n-coming rhymespitter is ahead of his competition with his dynamic and unique sound and style. He perfectly proves that with his new single “Gwalla”. The song is available for download on all digital platforms including iTunes, Amazon Music and Spotify and the blazing music video can be watched on YouTube.

When talking about “Gwalla”, the Puerto Rican American explains: “My single ‘Gwalla’ is a Latin trap/hip-hop song about getting to the money. It’s a song about survival in these streets, drugs, and hustling from the perspective of a Puerto Rican American… Capi Cu also known as Papi Da Connect.” With a style and delivery all his own, Capi Cu continues to craft complex, rewind-worthy rhymes that reveal increasingly clever wordplay upon repeat listens. He has the style, production and stage presence to captivate mainstream and radio audiences without sacrificing intelligence. Despite his present success, this ever-improving artist is hungry for more, spending hours on end in the studio up to seven days a week. He is constantly striving for harder-hitting punch lines and further development of his unique flow while keeping his eyes set firmly on Grammy heights. Fame, in fact, is a dream that Capi Cu said he dreams about nearly every day. It’s a lifestyle that he says chose him, and he’s getting closer and closer to realizing it as each day passes. In fact, his brand new single “Gwalla” is getting a lot of attention through Atlanta and the southern hemisphere so make no mistake to overlook this rising rapper!

Connect w/ Capi Cu
Twitter: www.twitter.com/capicu_7
Facebook: www.facebook.com/darealcapicu
Instagram: www.instagram.com/amg_capicu
Booking Info: capicuthe1@gmail.com

[Single] Capi Cu ‘Gwalla’

Rising rapper Capi Cu makes a massive impact with a new trap anthem named “Gwalla”, released via indie label AMG. The up-n-coming rhymespitter is ahead of his competition with his dynamic and unique sound and style. He perfectly proves that with his new single “Gwalla”. The song is available for download on all digital platforms including iTunes, Amazon Music and Spotify and the blazing music video can be watched on YouTube.

[Single] Capi Cu 'Gwalla'

When talking about “Gwalla”, the Puerto Rican American explains: “My single ‘Gwalla’ is a Latin trap/hip-hop song about getting to the money. It’s a song about survival in these streets, drugs, and hustling from the perspective of a Puerto Rican American… Capi Cu also known as Papi Da Connect.” With a style and delivery all his own, Capi Cu continues to craft complex, rewind-worthy rhymes that reveal increasingly clever wordplay upon repeat listens. He has the style, production and stage presence to captivate mainstream and radio audiences without sacrificing intelligence. Despite his present success, this ever-improving artist is hungry for more, spending hours on end in the studio up to seven days a week. He is constantly striving for harder-hitting punch lines and further development of his unique flow while keeping his eyes set firmly on Grammy heights. Fame, in fact, is a dream that Capi Cu said he dreams about nearly every day. It’s a lifestyle that he says chose him, and he’s getting closer and closer to realizing it as each day passes. In fact, his brand new single “Gwalla” is getting a lot of attention through Atlanta and the southern hemisphere so make no mistake to overlook this rising rapper!

Check out the single on iTunes & Apple Music HERE

Connect w/ Capi Cu
Twitter: www.twitter.com/capicu_7
Facebook: www.facebook.com/darealcapicu
Instagram: www.instagram.com/amg_capicu
Booking Info: capicuthe1@gmail.com

[Interview] Introducing Schelli Smith

Recently Aidem Media Group hung out with with a new artist in the game, Schelli Smith, and WE have the exclusive interview!!
[Interview] Introducing Schelli Smith
Favorite color?
My favorite color is her black.
Favorite food?
I love eating salads.
Favorite artist and why?
My favorite artist is 50 Cent, I’m my eyes he is the quintessential, rags to riches success story. He inspires me to keep striving to reach my own goals.
What age was you when you got bit by the bug the music bug that is? 
I believe I was most likely born with it, but my first taste of entertaining was when I was in eight grade chorus. I sang fame and then and there I knew I’d realized my calling.
Who was some of your role while coming up in the music industry? 
The most influential artist for me, while coming up, was Prince. But I also idolized Stephanie Mills and George Benson and the like..
What made you decide to get in your genre of music?
Again I would have to accredit my choice of music genre to Mr Curtis Jackson
What’s the name of your first single? 
My first official single is title Sailing
How did you come up with the name?
The title Sailing us a,metaphor for release the song is about one very young girls desperate desire to be delivered from A most horrendous situation in her home life.
What is your feed back on the direction of hip hop?
I think that hip hop has just as much power and influence on society as its ever had, and that’s inspire of these surgence of mumble rap
Who is your favorite artist and why?
Again Curtis Jackson, he’s achieved unbelievable heights in his multifaceted career thus far.
If you could do a collabo with any artist who would it be and why?
Besides Curtis Jackson? Maybe Jamie Foxx or even Jack Black.
So how does it  feel to get your music out to the masses?
It is an absolute honor and a privilege to be able to share my work on such a magnanimous platform and I like to personally thank Mr Michael Neely, for this wonderful opportunity to do so.
Tell us a little bit about yourself?
There’s really not much to say, other than the fact, that coming into the music industry has been a lifelong dream and I hope that masses listen to, and are positively influenced and even educated and enlightened, by the messages I’m striving to convey through my music.
[Interview] Introducing Schelli Smith

Connect w/ Schelli Smith:

Facebook: http://facebook.com/schellin.smith

Instagram: http://instagram.com/schelliwatts

Twitter: http://twitter.com/schellischell

Tidal: https://listen.tidal.com/track/84267333

Amazon: http://a.co/3cELBj6

[Interview] Introducing @margo_simmons

Recently Aidem Media Group hung out with with a new artist in the game, Margo, and WE have the exclusive interview!!
[Interview] Introducing @margo_simmonsTell us a little bit about your self?

I live in my own world and learning to be responsible for whatever I create. I’m a truth seeker and a risk taker. I’ve learned to take my power back.  I was born a story teller and I have many. I’ve been the living dead for so long not doing what was born to do letting religion principles rule my life. It is indeed death and it hurts like hell.

Favorite color?

Blue in all variations

Favorite food?

Don’t have favorite but I like baked chicken wings.

Favorite artist and why?

This is a difficult questions there are certain songs I like from artist but not necessarily the artist itself. I have an eclectic taste. From Billy Ocean to Stevie Nicks to Steven Tyler, Cyndi Lauper, Sade, MaDonna and of course Young Thug and Future. I can go on forever.

What age was you when you got bit by the bug the music bug that is?

When I start realizing what makes me happy. I was about 18.

Who was some of your role while coming up in the music industry?

My Role Models: Barry Gordy, Quincy Jones, Lionel Richy, Baby Face and Master P.

I love Moguls and Great Songwriters.

 

[Interview] Introducing @margo_simmonsWhat made you decide to get in your genre of music?

I just needed something popping in this era.

What’s the name of your first single? 

Love-Slave and Let Me In Your Heart

How did you come up with the name?

My Government Name lol

What is your feed back on the direction of hip hop?

The majority have been positive and then you have that percentage that doesn’t approve.

If you could do a collabo with any artist who would it be and why?

Steven Taylor. I love his song, Dream On, his style, his stage presence his lips, his vocals and most of all his drive.

So how does it  feel to get your music out to the masses?

I don’t feel anymore. I’ve became numb because I’ve been at this for a lifetime.

Connect with Margo:

https://www.instagram.com/margo.simmons.1

https://twitter.com/margo_simmons

https://www.facebook.com/margosimmons

[Interview] Introducing MVP (@malikstudios)

Recently Aidem Media Group hung out with with a new artist in the game, MVP and WE have the exclusive interview!!
[Interview] Introducing MVP (@malikstudios)
Tell us a little bit about your self?
I’m Half Italian and Black and I’m from Harlem born in Buffalo raised in Harlem NYC so I’m definitely a New Yorker, and like any New Yorker I’ve been all over the US but I have offspring living in the south and I have lived there on different occasions and I’m currently in NY now.. I’ve been running a music studio in NYC since about 2013 and the seriousness of the music increased now I’m on my 7th created album looking to get airplay and reach millions.. So I titled it Rags to Riches..
Favorite color? 
Red
Favorite food?
Spaghetti
Favorite artist and why?
Nas because he was mad deep and had rhythm..
What age was you when you got bit by the bug the music bug that is?
11 Years old
Who was some of your role model while coming up in the music industry?
Mostly like Nas, Jay, Biggie, and then 50 later on.. But definitely Tupac to top of the list..
What made you decide to get in your genre of music?
Well since I was little I use to be into run dmc, slick rick, and mostly I grew up in it. It was the 80’s it was what was happening back then.
What’s the name of your first single? 
wow well the first actual recorded track I can say I was on was with my two cousins we had a group called Logic and the song was called I Hop a TurnStyle and then it changed to Harlem Style that was like 91-92..
How did you come up with the name?
Well we chose Hop a Turn Style because we never used to have money to pay to get on the train so we used to hop the turn style to get on the train and that was like cool to us.. We changed it to Harlem Style later I think my manager was behind that but who knows.
What is your feed back on the direction of hip hop?
Well I think Hip Hop is like a spider web and each of us fit somewhere on it but we all have our place but the fans remain the same to me they still fans. Artist just gotta make something worth supporting. A lot of people say “it’s too this or that” but I just pay attention to the Billboard charts.. I feel like you should be able to make it on there to actually have something to say about where hip hop is as a culture or where it’s going. The numbers don’t lie you know..
Who is your favorite artist and why?
My favorite artist of all time is Biggie Smalls there no one testing that mans microphone ever..
If you could do a collabo with any artist who would it be and why?
I would collab with Kodak Black, Nipsey Hustle, Migos, Drake, Future and many of our talented hip hop artist who are topping the charts right now.. I listen to many styles..
So how does it  feel to get your music out to the masses?
It feels great because now I can have a chance to collect revenue for my work and that’s a huge blessing..
 [Interview] Introducing MVP (@malikstudios)
Connect w/ MVP
Intagram: www.Instagram.com/mvp.mcmalik

Mixtape: @MonsterGuild Presents “Year Of The Monster 2”

American Monster Guild is no stranger to success and notoriety within the independent sectors of the music industry. After a record breaking and chart topping 2016, American Monster Guild comes back with another classic with “Year Of The Monster 2”. After the introduction of Year Of The Monster series did so well. CEO Devon “Ghost” Brabham comes back and executive produced Year Of The Monster 2, on July 31st and brings along sme indepdndet and major label heavy hitters. The world will get a chance to hear music from Prynce Akeem,Neechie,Bob Whyte,Jaysmoove,Turk,Ran Blacc,Ec2rx,Aviator Keyz,Nj Threat,Dave East,Black Diamond, Rhyme Scheme,Trap Beckham,Slate Stone,Sah Babi,Topsyde,Uncle Murda,Yung Gruv,Luie Juice, with drops from celebrities such as Cardi B, Cash Money’s Turk and many more. Currently at an mouth dropping 11,000 spins and 500+ downloads, the project doesn’t show any signs of slowin down with only a month out . If the artist names weren’t enough American Monster Guild was fortunate enough to secure Nerve DJ powerhouse DJ Pyrex to host this monster. As quoted from American Monster Guild boss himself, “We are just a multi-faceted company putting out good music from both independent and major artists. There is no lane where we can’t enter into and produce results that make the majors take notice”. As he has often quoted “Every year is the Year Of The Monster!

(link below)
https://www.nervedjsmixtapes.com/mixtapes/YearOfTheMonster2-22205.htm

Exclusive Interview: @monsterguild Speaks With Rap Music Promo

1. Introduce yourself and how you got started in the entertainment business.

My name is Devon Brabham, but often referred to as the Ghost. I started in the industry, ironically as a “Ghost Writer” when I was 12 years old. Being from Las Vegas, there were few opportunities for aspiring writers and artists when I was growing up. I wrote my first rhyme for a lot of the world’s favorite artists’ both in the hip hop genre, R&B, and even in the gospel sector. I met a lot of A&R’s and music executives at an early age, who helped strengthen and increase my music IQ before I went to college.

2. What was your first job like when you finally got your start?

My first job in the industry was filing contracts. I didn’t know anything about the percentages and or what the words meant, but I was determined to learn. I wrote down every word I didn’t know and went home and looked it up in the dictionary. I became addicted to learning how the entire process came about. Basically, I was hungry to learn.

3. What’s been your favorite project or task thus far?

My favorite project I have done, is the Year of The Monster 2, which I executive produced. It’s a great collective of some of my favorite independent artists and some of my major artist friends. I really dug deep inside myself to put out a collective mixtape that all fans from any genre will enjoy. My favorite task that I have had the joy to be a part of has been the recruiting when I was with an A&R with Indie Music Factory/Ingrooves/Universal Music Group. I really enjoyed the entire process, and it helped increase my industry IQ and carve out my credentials as an industry professional.

4. Give us the most challenging part of your role and the easiest.

The most challenging part of being a manager of artists is finding a way to get the artists to listen and provide content. Artists sometime get the conception that a manager must invest in his or her artists and do everything but record the famous track. This is the hardest fallacy to overcome. The easiest part of the job is building the brand for the artist. A lot of people may think that this is the hardest, but it is the easiest part of the artist-manager relationship.

5. What are some of the biggest differences in the industry now from when you started?

One of the biggest differences is the industry is primarily digital. The industry has changed so much because it has so many shortcuts to get artists exposure. The internet has provided an advantage and a disadvantage. The artists are given so many shortcuts to get them to where they want to be. The artists are causing themselves a disadvantage because the fan engagement is lost. When I started the artists were made to work the streets, vendors, barbershops, shopping malls, and many more avenues to build their fanbase of new listeners.

6. Why can having a great team benefit a new or established artist?

There are so many nuisances that go into the daily success of an artist, having a developed and knowledgeable team can catapult the new artist, and sustain the established artist for many years to come. A team can protect an artist from the pitfalls of the industry.

7. For those dreaming of making a living from this industry, what advice could you provide?

Be humble, be prepared, and above all be mindful of your character. Your character must remain even through your growth within the industry. Finding a mentor, a PR, a publicist, a social media marketing team, a booking agent, and a road manager are among all the necessary things that is needed for an artist to be successful. More than anything else, these things are not free, and that fact is one of the major reasons some young artists fail.

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