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Kid Cut has the energy and creativity that is needed to make your mark in a world that seems to embrace followers. Although Cut’s energy and cadence is reminiscent of Kanye West’s, the sound is much more upbeat and less angry child. “Roses” is a goodbye to wack ass rappers, and although it could be looked at as your average all you other rappers are lame type of anthems, this track doesn’t come across as corny to me. The beat knocks, and my favorite line out has to be I put the Pharaoh, in Ferocious…, it’s lines like that, that make me love hip hop. “100 Acres” is different, but in a good way, but I love the imagery, “But I need a hundred acres, with like a hundred waiters, all of my team is just dressed up in gold man we look like a hundred Lakers”, that paired beside the king type vibe I get throughout the whole project, and I love where it is going. “3 Shots” is the song for women that can appreciate a very direct approach, I think the ladies Sweat CEO and Redd Velvet, both held their own on this track with a very direct reaction. I love their aggressiveness and the way they complemented Kid Cut on this track. “Friendzone” was my favorite track well, because who can’t relate to being put in the friend zone no matter how hard we try? Kid Cut and Mr. Carmack both share stories from the dark underworld that we all know as the Friend Zone, and I felt that the beat on this one fit both of their styles. Overall I think we might end up seeing Kid Cut make the cover of XXL as a freshman. This project was pretty well rounded, and from the song selection down to the content in the songs, you can tell that Kid Cut is a genuine artist. Many people rap about things that they really know nothing about, but I don’t get that vibe here and I think that says a lot. I rate this project, an A, and not an A+, and my only reason behind that is, because sonically the mix of the music took away from the tracks a little but quality of the music still shined through.

About the Artist:Miles Mansel (born November 2, 1993) better known by his stage name Kid Cut is an American songwriter and rapper. Cut was raised in western Chicago, Illinois, and distracted himself from the troubles of life with music. Beautiful Nightmare is Cut’s first official mixtape and looks at his life in depth in his own creative way. For booking & feature inquires, contact bookingkidcut@gmail.com

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Zulu Prod & Face 2 Face Ent Present The All White Rock The Yacht Party & The New Charlotte Artist Showcase

Zulu Prod & Face 2 Face Ent present The All White Yacht Party & The New Charlotte Artist Showcase, that will begin on July 11th, 2015 at 8:00 p.m. and it will be hosted By D. RENEE of 103.3 & K.FOX of the Certified TV.

The All White Rock The Yacht party will also give artists a chance to perform at the yacht party and a chance to win a cash prize.

Tickets are $60, and can be purchased at the following link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-all-white-rock-the-yacht-party-and-the-new-charlotte-artist-showcase-tickets-16898039491?aff=eandprexshre&ref=eandprexshre.

This event brings the streets to the waves. If you want to step away from the city and step into an oasis of fun, where you are free to dance, enjoy drinks and people, then this is that experience that you are looking for. This experience will literally put people in a place where they can be themselves, away from the world”, says Luvleeh Poetiklocks, who is the co-owner of 2 T.E.A.M. Entertainment Agency & Management.

All the performances will be recorded by CHEZZY BOY.

Love and Hip Hop beauty Jhonni Blaze drops a joint that says hey I’m not just a pretty face. To be fair, I’ve never really followed her music seriously and so this particular joint is a refreshing taste of music for me…she and Fetty Wap blend quite well on this joint! Enjoy…and stay tuned for her upcoming mixtape hosted by DJ Drama.

Nate Jones (Publicity Photo)*Floyd Mayweather co-trainer Nate Jones takes the lead spot for Floyd Jr.’s “Lil Bro” Adrien Broner. Broner is prepping for his upcoming battle against Shawn Porter June 20 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. The fight airs on NBC.

Nate is also the subject of the new sports reality television series, “Undefeated” which will film at the Mayweather Boxing Gym in Las Vegas. Part of a champion creating group of boxing icons, Nate allows the cameras into his daily life and behind the scenes as he plies his trade. There is no group of masters of the “squared circle” more discussed in the annals of the sweet science than Nate Jones and his fellow trainers in the Mayweather camp.

A testament to Nate and his place in boxing, some of the sport’s most prolific former champions are scheduled to appear on the series. Currently on the slate is: retired champion and boxing analyst Roy Jones, Jr.; Mayweather protégé Adrien Broner; Former WBC Lightweight Champ, David Diaz; Former WBO Heavyweight Champ, Lamon Brewster; Former WBC/WBO Welterweight Champ, Feroz Fernando; Former Light Heavyweight Champ, Antonio Tarvor; Comedian Joe Torry; Former NBA player Kendal Gill; and up and coming TMT fighter Chris Pearson.

“Undefeated” is a 12-part, nationally syndicated, reality-based series airing in the fall of 2015; check your local listings. Music Director for the series is Grammy-nominated producer, Chris Flame, mostly known for his work with Jay Z’s critically acclaimed, American Gangster. “Undefeated” will be the first insider look at the magic making team. Bringing it all together is Unlock Media Group and Executive Producer Greg Davis.

Nate Jones is a huge part of boxing history. Not only is he one of the co-trainers for Floyd Mayweather, Jr., he stands as the only native Chicago boxer to ever take the podium in the history of the Olympic Games (Atlanta 1996). Jones captured the NABA Heavyweight Title in 2000 and fought for the WBO/NABO Heavyweight Title in 2002.

Subsequent to his WBO/NABO Championship bout with Lamon Brewster, medical doctors diagnosed Jones with diminished reflexes and speech, forcing him to retire as a boxer.

Currently, Jones serves as a co-trainer to Floyd Mayweather, Jr., his friend from the U.S. Olympic Games. He was recently seen in Showtime’s “Inside Mayweather vs Pacquiao” training Floyd and discussing their friendship and Olympic experiences together.

via EURWEB.com Mayweather Co-trainer Nate Jones the Subject of New Reality TV series ‘Undefeated’.

Live Review: Prince at Montreal’s Bell Centre (5/23)

Posted: May 27, 2015 by realjdobypr in News

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Nothing about Prince is normal, and that’s why we love him. While other pop stars promote their tours months in advance, Prince needed only three days to pack the Bell Centre for a surprise show on his fantastically spontaneous HITnRUN tour. Montreal is well known for its exhilarating Saturday nights, and Prince lived up to the city’s high standards.

Starting the show behind a massive purple curtain, Prince opened with the rock-heavy “Wow” and “Funknroll”, giving reason to revisit last year’s largely dismissed Plectrumelectrum. 3RDEYEGIRL, Prince’s all-female backing band, added a new level of muscle to Prince’s best known hits, with guitarist Donna Grantis standing particularly tall on this night because of a hometown connection: she lived in Montreal while studying jazz performance at McGill University. The adoration in the air was overwhelming after a singalong of “Let’s Go Crazy”, with Prince noting, “Look…

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Just Because It’s Rap Doesn’t Mean It’s Hip-Hop!

Posted: May 26, 2015 by realjdobypr in News

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The genre of Rap music comes  in many different forms but there is a huge misconception that it all falls under the term “Hip-Hop” which couldn’t  be further from the truth. Hip-Hop in itself goes way beyond just being music and speaks the voices of those who have been embedded  in its culture from its beginnings.

From the Dj to the MC to the B-Boy to the Graffiti artist, hip-hop speaks from the soul to the soul of the urban communities it was born in. Since its inception it has influenced many other areas of society who have have taken it and created their own variation of the original but those variations can no longer be called the same name as the original because they do not represent the same thing that true hip-hop represents.

Hip-Hop was created to speak the truth of the urban situations and struggles as a…

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New video from rising star Gmack The Bandman “Stop Snitchin'” Ft. Kevin Gates

Joint is #fiyah!

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Money Gang Militia CEO, Money Bagz releases his new anticipated hip-hop single entitled “I Aint Perfect” produced by Jethale Beats. Money Bagz brings back the 90’s feel of hip-hop, with a mix of retrospective lyrics over a dope soulful beat and tells you about the mistakes in life he’s made which doesn’t make him perfect! Check it out & share with others!

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instagram: @BakerManBagz

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The Hype Magazine after a blazing hot first year on newsstands nationally and internationally, received the SCM Awards “Magazine Publication of the Year” honors. In its seventh year, the SCM Awards is considered industry wide, as one of the most important non-televised awards ceremonies in urban entertainment. The Hype Magazine’s award was presented by Core DJ CEO Tony Neal, this years SCM Awards “Lifetime Achievement” winner.

The Hype Magazine vied with nine other magazine finalists, emerging the undisputed winner amongst a strong roster of entertainment magazines from various regions of the country. The Hype Magazine took the podium along with other major industry personalities including: Lifetime Achievement Award winner, Tony Neal, CEO of the world famous Core DJs‘ Hot Boy Turk, Comeback Artist of the Year; DJ Scream, Best Mixtape DJ; Bigga Rankin, Best All Around DJ; Fleet DJs, DJ Crew of the Year, Hot 107.1 (Memphis), Best Radio Station; Lil Wyte, Album/Mixtape of the Year (Major) for “No Sick Days”; Snootie Wild, The Pimp C. Rap Artist of the Year; D. Nelson, The Bobby Womack R&B Artist of the Year and more.

The Hype Magazine takes top honors at 2015 SCM Awards in Memphis

The Hype Magazine takes top honors at 2015 SCM Awards in Memphis

Emerging in 2002 as a digital only platform and having captured the number one digital magazine mantle, The Hype Magazine added newsstands to its list of accomplishments in December of 2013. Within 12 months, CEO/Publisher Jameelah “Just Jay” Wilkerson positioned the outlet into an internationally distributed publication, rapidly expanding from domestic only distribution channels.

Currently, The Hype Magazine is available in major retail outlets such as Walgreen’s, Barnes and Noble, Target, K-Mart, 7-11, Books A Million, airports and other retailers. The magazine’s print issues are distributed in the Continental United States and outlying territories, Asia and Europe.

This year’s “Magazine Publication of the Year” recognition from the SCM Awards, represents a lot says our Publisher, Jameelah “Just Jay” Wilkerson, “For people to recognize your hard work and dedication means a lot.” CEO/Publisher Jameelah Wilkerson received a proclamation from the City of Atlanta recognizing her business acumen and leadership of the emerging publication. Editor-in-Chief, Jerry Doby, an internationally published journalist, earned three “Hot 500” awards during his tenure with the Yahoo Contributor Network and was nominated in 2014 for “Journalist of the Year” by the SEA Awards along with The Hype Magazine’s nomination for “Magazine Publication of the Year”.

Along with its award winning publication, The Hype Magazine is parent to THM Media Group, Inc., a boutique marketing and public relations firm. Currently, THM is representing elite personalities such as Nate Jones, co-trainer to world champion boxer Floyd Mayweather, Jr. and KAG Sports and Entertainment Management. The firm also represents emerging musical artists including singer/songwriter/rapper Daja Marie and three-time Grammy Award winner Mil Tickit, a successful artist and CEO of Track Kingz.

For more information on The Hype Magazine visit their official website www.thehypemagazine.com and follow them on Twitter @TheHypeMagazine

Video: @akaLBugatti “illuminati”

Posted: May 16, 2015 by micbully in Music Videos

L Bugatti

Check out the latest Music Video release from up and coming Artist L Bugatti “illuminati” Directed by Tiny Ellis. Also make sure you take the time to check out his official website Click Here