Jan 15

[Video] @itsVain ‘7th Chamber’ Freestyle

Vain is back with another smash freestyle! Vain became infamous for his Freestyles, when his series Monster Bars featured G Unit‘s own Tony Yayo and was showcased on Worldstar and Thisis50.

Vain has been invited to showcase his Freestyle ability on Funkmaster Flex‘s Franchise TV as well as on DJ Self’s Power 105 radio show.

The only way to be in the know is to make sure you following Vain on ALL social outlets!

Connect w/ V.A.I.N
Twitter: @itsVain
Instagram: @ItsVain
Facebook: ItisVain
Website: www.itsvainsworld.wordpress.com

Jan 07

[Mixtape] The Jae “Gee III”

“Gee III” is Tha Jae’s second mixtape, and it marks his attempt to find his sound and approach to the new wave. Tha Jae is a pianist out of Providence, Rhode Island, who explores Classical, Jazz, and Hip Hop. Improvisation and authenticity are his motivating forces, and he has respect for all of those who are doing their thing. Providence talent, Bars Brown, has taken Tha Jae under his wing with his company, Goodlordfamily. Sexual, Unrelenting, Socially Conscious, Ridiculous, and Angry are Tha Jae’s trademarks, and hopefully more will be heard from this strange new talent in the future.

[Mixtape] The Jae "Gee III"

Download the mixtape today on Datpiff HERE

Connect w/ The Jae
Instagram: TheJae401

Nov 23

[New Music] Birmingham J – Stop Sweatin Me (feat. Photo Slim)

Already a legend in his state, Birmingham J (Jamal Thomas) has already earned his place as southern rap royalty. Coming from a family full of vocalists, he wrote his first rhymes at the early age of 10. A young Birmingham J saw music as an outlet to vent and tell his story during a rough childhood. A few artists that influenced him to pursue music as a career include Rakim & Eric B, N.W.A, Geto Boys, and Tupac.

Fast forward years later and Birmingham J is featured in Ozone, The Source, Murder Dog, and XXL magazines. In 2005 his smash single “Move Back” was a regional hit and garnered the attention of Columbia and Jive records. His two albums ”Da Neighborhood Superstar” and ”Still a Star” enjoyed phenomenal independent sales, while he charted six times on Billboard top 100. His collaborations read like a list of ‘Who’s Who’ in southern hip-hop: Lil Jon, Young Bloodz, Bun B, T-Pain, and Rich Boy to name a few. He’s probably your favorite southern rapper’s favorite rapper. So why hasn’t success come as easily for him as it has for some other southern artists?

Some people think that the name ‘Birmingham J’ limited his ability to break nationally and condemned him to have only local success. His replay to those people is a quick ”You’ve heard of Memphis Bleek right?” Birmingham J makes it known that his name is who he is and that he won’t change it – although many A&R reps have asked him to do so. ”I’ll never change it.,”he says. ”I want people to know about Birmingham. They know enough about Atlanta, Memphis, and Houston. I want them to know this is where I’m from and that Birmingham is more than the civil rights struggle and segregation. No one loves this city more or reps it better than I do. I am Birmingham.” So if it’s not the name, what is it? Birmingham J knows that national success will happen when it’s supposed to and until then he doesn’t want any handouts. He readily admits that maybe the timing has been off in his career. Runarounds from labels, miscommunication, changing management teams and other disappointments have all played a part in delaying his introduction to the rest of the world. Ever the realist, he says that ”Things happen on God’s time, not yours. Regardless of what you do.”

That knowledge has kept him motivated as he’s watched other artists break nationally. In some ways, he feels the years he’s put in without the support of a major label has matured him as an artist and businessman and that maturity is a form of success in its own right. Learning how to build radio spins and sales, has given him insight in the industry that many other artists don’t have. It has also prepared him now that things are taking off.

[Single] Birmingham J - Stop Sweatin Me (feat. Photo Slim)

Birmingham J has teamed up with DJ TOMMY BROWNE, the President of Buck City Radio and the Executive Director of the Southeast reigion for the Heat 100, As an Executive Producer / ANR /Manager and Dj , With his new team Birmingham J will be in a position to garner the national attention that his industry peers and fans have always known that he deserves.

Available on Soundcloud, Find it on iTunes, Stream from Spotify and Tidal today!!!

Connect w/ Birmingham J

Twitter: @jay_i_am205
Instagram: @magiccity205_bham_jay
Facebook: Jay I’Am

TEAM BIRMINGHAM J
BOOKING AND CONTACT 904 554 2394

Nov 15

[Single] Jay Buck “Eat”

After dropping A sophomore Tape to show his bars, Miami’s Own “Jay Buck”… Is ready to represent the “Haitian Movement”.

[Single] Jay Buck "Eat"

 His New single is a bass line treat to show his “Bars” by Any Means Necessary, he and his team are here to “EAT”. Surprisingly stardom isn’t too far away as his link in with “Zoey Dollars” is now leading a path of its own. With landing a new co-star movie series role, from the Director of CBS “Celebrity Mamas” starring [Almost Christmas] DC Young Fly, Juice BigFellow, [Barber Shop3/ Biggie] Jamal Woolard scheduled for 2017 “The GRID” [Ep.2 “Savage”] JayBuck says, “Im giving new “Energy” to Miami, The Zoes, and to My family across the Globe”.

Follow: therealjaybuck [IG] Booking &features contact @itdoggz [IG]

[Single] Jay Buck "Eat"

Also don’t forget to download the mixtape ‘Miami Heat: Vol 2’ on Spinrilla HERE

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