Grand Groove Unlimited Records Releases New Album “Grand Groove Unleashed” @DTEasyTee

Grand Groove Unlimited Records announces the release of their latest project titled “Grand Groove Unleashed”. The album, which hosts a variety of skilled first-rate Artists including Boogie Black, Veteran Jeff Redd, B Smooth, Victor Daze, Petawane, John Jigg$, Spark Ezy, Relly Waterz, and Addictt is available now on all digital streaming platforms.

The album is a timeless and innovative collective that fans of all genres can revel in.  Listening to the album will transcend listeners onto a journey beginning with the euphoric sounds of the 70’s, composed jazz and funk mixtures, classic Hip Hop and R&B, and culminating through today’s modern animated sounds and beats.

“Get’ Em”, the paramount single off the album by Boogie Black and Jeff Redd, defines how electrifying music can be.  This single will metamorphose anything into a dance floor and all bodies into move and groove mode.  Boogie Black delivers another cut a rug record, “New York Party Sounds Like This” featuring Ron Browz.  This one is an ode to New York, the mecca capitol of the world. Boogie mentions the essential landmarks, deep rooted boroughs, and of course the gratifying rooftops. Both records are amplified by pulsations of Boogie Nights meets Fast and Furious.

Relly Waterz and Addictt contribute records for the newer generation; music to bounce to while sipping Cîroc at the club. “Oragami” and “Saucy” are fun tracks that relish in their come up, “from chicken to sushi”.  B. Smooth and Boogie Black also offer a turn up record titled “We Came to Get Down”, with more of a robotic and futuristic sound over a rhyming flow.  “Talk My Shit” by Spark Ezy takes the cake with an incredible mix of Clash of the Titans and club beats over Ezy going in on falsified rappers.

John Jigg$ is known for his mic drop punchlines and “Nights Like This” is no exception. Bar for bar he highlights a young Jigg$ who visions his name in bright lights, to current time of burning stage bulbs worldwide.

B Smooth, Victor Daze, and Peterwane take listeners back to that feel good, soul grabbing R&B.  “Game Over”, Waste of My Time”, “Cheated”, “I Apologize”, and “You’re the One” are genuine records about love and heartbreak.  Smooth, Daze, and Peterwane haven’t lost sight of granting listeners a taste of their smooth and passionate sides.

The album concludes with a party mix of “Get’Em”, which embodies every decade of the finest music.

Stream “Grand Groove Unleashed” below.

About Grand Groove Unlimited Records

Grand Groove is a record label which focuses on what is significant ; investing in music as well as the the talented artists that create it. The label believes in creating a collaborative and innovative environment where artists can thrive and reach their maximum potential  in a stress free atmosphere.

B2D Talks Bellavino Billionaires Music Group, New Music, & The Business Side Of The Industry

Originally from Colorado and now residing in Austin, Artist B2D credits the success of his music to the demons of society that haunt him. Fans tune in to this exclusive interview and get up and close with B2D.

MJ: Thank you for taking time away from the mic for this interview, your time is appreciated.  For those who aren’t familiar with you as an artist, tell us who you are.

B2D:   My Name is B2D which stands for Born 2 Die, and I’m an artist & CEO of my record Label Bellavino Billionaires Music Group, which I just established a little over a Year Ago.  I’m very versatile as an artist and feel like I shine most in my music when I share my pain. I love art in all forms, but I never been to good with a paint brush, so what I can paint with words is way above standard.

MJ:  When did music become a major part of your life? Was it teenage years or even younger?  Also tell us when you realized music was no longer a hobby or a passion.

B2D:  I was a fan of music and it played a major role in my life before I could even talk. As a I use to bob my head or dance to music all the time, the vibe was just there. I was always passionate about music and I would release music for free all the time.  I never took a look at it like a business.  But once I started to take my music seriously and wanted to make a living from it, best believe I made a lot of mistakes.  I work very closely with a childhood friend that’s very successful in the music industry who is guiding and managing my career.  A year from now life for me and my team will be very different on the positive end! Blood, sweat, and tears, we know we have to put everything we have into our dream or we won’t get anything out of it, or see any results.

MJ: You take pride in steering away from “fake rappers who rap about situations they never been through”.  Why do you think that has become so trendy lately? What specifically about your music separates you from those rappers?

B2D:  Music is music.  I really dislike rappers who talk like their Tony Montana flipping kilos and killing whoever they have beef with or make it big from false stories in their raps. The twist to all of this nonsense is real street cats, the young ones more so feel like they really have to prove that they are real to the world and they will go rob somebody or lay somebody down then get on a track and brag about! It’s not smart and doesn’t make any sense business or music wise.  The trend right now is a catchy hook and an auto tune verse.  People use to steal the Migos delivery but now rappers will go with whatever single is hot at the moment and steal that delivery whether it’s Drake or 69 Kat, or whoever.  What separates me or my music from other artists is simply me!  I’m not trying to be anybody else. When it’s time to record music I put all of me on the records and I give fans the real me and my real life.  I don’t front or lie on my tracks to look cook or gain fans.

MJ: It takes a real emcee to share their personal life, mistakes, encounters with the law, running the streets, etc. with the world and fans!  In the world we live in today the media and press tend to shy away from artists who speak upon “their past of hard knocks”.   How do you feel about that?

B2D:  I don’t agree with that I feel like they always bring up the past and they never talk about the positive changes they have made in their life.

MJ: Besides being an Artist you are also in the process of building your own Record Label. Gives us some insight on the label, and the new compilation out now under that label.

 

B2D:  Building a label is a lot of hard work.  I’m constantly grinding and making sure that both myself and artists are getting the most effective exposure. The hardest part is dealing with some artists. Some artists think they deserve a lot of money once their album or single drops.  Or they think they know everything when they haven’t been signed in the past. A lot of artists lack the knowledge of the business side of music and that is one my goals with the label. I work diligently to educate artists… I will say this though, the new compilation has me and a few of my artists on going hard from beginning to end. Since the release we have been receiving a tremendous amount of positive feedback.  We are polishing up on another compilation that will be released in a couple of months.

MJ: You have collaborated with some major artists. Do you have a top 3 of other artists you would like to share the stage or studio with?

B2D:  The top three artists I would like to collaborate with in the studio is NbA Young Boy, Icewear Vezzo, and Moneybagg Yo.

MJ: B2D wears many hats! Tell us about the clothing line and the winery.

B2D:  I started making wine nine years ago.  I was taught by a retired cook on a cruise ship. I titled the wine Bellavino and I distribute it through events, fashion shows, and online at www.BellavinoBillionaires.com.  Bellavino Billionaire Apparel is also available at shows and events. Right now no other hats are getting put on until the Label Bellavino Billionaires Music Group has a level of skyrocket success!

MJ: With so much on your plate as a true entrepreneur has, what is your secret to balance, especially with family?

B2D:  Balance comes from making a schedule and making sure you make time for what’s important every week.

MJ: Who are some people who have an influence on your life and career?

B2D: 2pac inspired me to rap and Adrain Swish inspired me to turn my passion of music into a business. Seeing someone else come up doing what I love to do inspires me, haters and non-believers inspire me, and most importantly my daughter inspires me!

MJ:  What’s up next for B2D?

B2D:  More music and acting.

MJ: As we wrap up is there anything else you want the world to know about yourself and your label?

B2D:  Roll up some weed or whatever it is you might do and prepare yourself for the show Bellavino Billionaires Music Group is about to give you!

Stream “Bellavino Billionaires Squad Compilation” below 

https://www.datpiff.com/Adrian-Swish-Bellavino-Billionaires-Squad-Compilation-mixtape.900523.html

https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/bellavino-billionaires-squad-compilation/1399669987

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Emacc, CEO of Emacculent Entertainment Talks Music, Business, & Hollywood @Emacculent_Ent

Eric D. Harris, known in the music and entertainment industry as Emacc, announces the launch of his record label Emacculent Entertainment. Since a child Emacc had aspirations to become a successful business man in Hollywood.

“There was something about the whole lifestyle, the places, the personalities, and even down to the Hollywood scandals”

He got his first taste of the scene when an agent picked him up for modeling and acting, that led to national commercials with major brands like Nike and Reebok. Growing up in the rough surroundings of Long Beach, California, Emacc developed a plan to show off and bring to the forefront the talent of so many of other brothers and sisters in the same environment.

With years of gained knowledge from mentors, major artists and actors, and other entrepreneurs in the music and entertainment industry Emacc declared his new status as CEO of Emacculent Entertainment.

To date Emacc will be starring in a film called 7th & Westlake with major Hollywood Actor Rick Hard, co-stars Micah Fitzgerald, Omar Gooding, Rick Ross, Samuel Monroe Jr., and more. Be on the lookout for his first compilation album “Emacculent Compilation Volume 1” which features major artists such as Snoop Dog, AD, Chris Brown, OG Suicide, and Micah Fitzgerald who is Hollywood’s leading actor! The compilation also includes first signed rapper on Emacculent Entertainment, K.TWO.

MJ: Your resume and accolades speak for themselves!  Looking back on that little boy who had big dreams to make it in Hollywood, what would you say to him now?

EMACC: I would say, God gave everyone a special gift, and it’s up to us to use those gifts to our advantage. Have confidence and believe in yourself, never give up until the race is over.

MJ: Giving back is key when we mention Hip Hop and the culture. However, we also know how the business can be. Why was is so important for you to showcase the talent of up and coming artists?

EMACC: It’s simply the right thing to do. I wanted to give artists the opportunity to live out their dreams and to open the door to our broken society, and in time fix the problems. What someone else has attempted to destroy I’m here to rebuild.

MJ: Your first signed rapper is K.TWO. Tell everyone a little bit about him, why he was chosen to represent Emacculent Entertainment, and what projects he has going on.

EMACC: K.TWO is actually an artist I help raise. I wrote his first rap for him when he was 7-years old. That’s when I discovered he had skills. I know he will be able to shine in the music industry. It’s his time to secure the bag. We have a few new projects we are working on. We have some big features ready to bless his new album and he’s also working on a new mix tape with the help of some mega producers in the industry. I must say it’s a blessing to be where we are, and I’m eager to see where we go with the guidance of God!

MJ: Talk about the label. Will Emacculent Entertainment be limited to artists only?

EMACC: Absolutely not!  I want to be involved with anything under the umbrella of entertainment. I want to display talent and also give the people what they want and demand especially when it comes to down to music or putting on a dynamic show. I am working everyday around the clock to create artist’s opportunities to show off their talents and shine.

MJ: Without giving too much away, what can listeners expect from volume 1 of the “Emacculent Compilation”?

EMACC: A universal sound with a mixture of Hip-Hop, Rap, R&B, Pop, Trap, Rock, and Latin.  We display a collaboration of sound’s and cultures. I will make history with this album and my label.

MJ: To make it in Hollywood you have to wear many different hats, entrepreneur being the biggest! Do you have a preference over acting, business man, modeling, and talent scouting?

EMACC: I was told I am the “Moses” of my family.  I’m here to lead and help artists grow, so my preference is I like helping people I realize I am here to help other individuals. I believe we are all King’s and Queens.

MJ: As we wrap up, is there anything else you would like Hollywood and the world to know about yourself and Emacculent Entertainment?

EMACC:  Be on the lookout for Emacculent Ent. Because we are coming to claim our stake!

Follow Emacc on Social Media:

Twitter @Emacculent_Ent

Instagram @Emacculent.Ent

Tuff Kong Records Signs Long Island’s Renowned Rapper John Jigg$ @JiggsTheGreat @TuffKongRecords

Tuff Kong Records has just announced an album deal with Long Island’s well-known and famed artist John Jigg$.  Tuff Kong Records is an Indie Hip Hop Label based out of Rome, Italy with a catalog of music from major artists such as Termanology, Conway, Daniel Son, Benny, and now John Jigg$.

With his latest solo album “Twin Cannons”, Jigg$ induced Boom Bap into a 70’s time machine with a delivery of his famous and hardcore New York style lyrics. A few months after the album release Tuff Kong Records took wind to the mass sweep of success Jigg$ received from radio, media, world-wide arenas, fans, an international following, and recognized homage from legendary artists Eric Sermon, Parish Smith, Granddaddy IU, Mr. Cheeks, and Keith Murray.

Jigg$ is actively working with Tuff Kong Records in-house producers Cuns and Sine-One to create a monumental Hip Hop masterpiece set for release in 2018.  Follow John Jigg$ and Tuff Kong Records for all updates.

 

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Event: @H3Entertainment Presents “Get Signed Or Die Trying Tour”

The good people over at Chicago’s premier artists development and marketing brand (H3 Ent.) & GoSityEnt.com are providing up-and-coming indie artists with a dope opportunity to tour different markets this summer (July 29th-August 12th). While most acts stand still or just capitalize off their home market this tour is designed to give serious artists not just the ability to travel and perform but to do so with seasoned music executives that specialize in networking with a purpose. The Tour kickoffs in Illinois while ending in the Big Apple, “New York” where artists get 1 on 1 time with Major Record Label A&R’s & Management.

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Cities Include
*Chicago (Twice)
*Springfield
*East St. Louis
*Cincinnati
*Atlanta
*New York