What’s the official line on ‘DJ’ Deejay Rupp?Dillon Rupp, better known as Deejay Rupp, is a 19-year old DJ, rapper, and producer from Evansville, Indiana. He developed an early interest in hip hop music while he was a junior in high school, experimenting with different music programs and production equipment in his grandfather’s spare bedroom.In 2014, Rupp moved to Los Angeles in pursuit of a larger career in music, after already hitting a #1 on iTunes with his debut track “Buckwild”. Since then, he’s released multiple tracks featuring collaborations alongside Tha Joker, Kyle Massey, Skate, Jack & Jack, and others. He has performed over 200 shows and festivals all over the world, with artists like JLO, Demi Lovato, Rae Sremmurd, Kid Ink, Tyga, Travis Scott, and more.While a focused musician, Rupp also considers himself to be an incredibly business-minded person, constantly exploring ventures and projects outside of the music space. He reflects his way of thinking and humor across his social media channels, which has built up the brand he currently holds. With his massive following, he’s opened the door to multiple opportunities for brand collaborations, red carpet events, and other partnerships.

Source: Who Is: Deejay Rupp? – TheHypeMagazine

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Posted: May 14, 2017 by realjdobypr in News

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Four Things All New Artists Should Avoid

If you’re on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat…ANY social media platform I’m pretty sure you’ve seen or fallen victim to one of these scenrios! This video was informative and hilarious, especially coming from someone who works in media.

Someone just starting their music career is faced with a lot of choices. And time and time again, we’ve seen new artists make the same mistakes. Whether it’s Twitter spamming, not preparing for a live show, or remixing a pop hit, here are some common pitfalls every new artist should avoid.

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Check out this new music video from Manchester Rain self titled “Manchester Rain”. The video has a cinematic feel to it with big sound attached. Give it a view and let us know what you think.

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More Info On MANCHESTER RAIN: Artist and producer, MANCHESTER RAIN, releases his self-titled, self produced, debut single and music video. The ex-rapper has evolved and now produces his own music; a true melting pot of genres. RAIN finds himself working alone, in his sky-lab, deep inside the belly of the ‘beats’; Manchester, UK – where studio microphones invite the stray sirens and wicked weather to be a part of the music. Working between Manchester, UK – and a small hidden studio deep inside the French Alps mountain range, MANCHESTER RAIN absorbs the two opposing environments; the cityscape and the vast mountain ranges – and allows them to find their way into the music… ‘environment is everything’. A mix of UK urban / hiphop / with touches of live saxophone, guitar and analogue synths.

Taking his name from his city’s infamous reputation for grey skies, dark days and constant rain; MANCHESTER RAIN produces and writes all of his own material and also works on the aesthetics of all related film / video and artwork. MANCHESTER RAIN is an independent artist.

Here is your first look at a early leak. Today we bring you the latest project from West Coast Solidified Artist Gonzoe, The project is titled “Happy Birthday” and it features 15 tracks. Enjoy

Tune Tank Entertainment presents the latest music release from up and coming mc G.A.R. The title of this new release is Leatherband. Give it a listen, G.A.R is has a very solid bounce to his music.

The Heartland Wichita Black Chamber of Commerce will hold its second annual Black & White Ball Hall of Fame and Awards event on Saturday.The event will be 6 p.m. at the Corporate Hills Marriott, 9100 E. Corporate Hills Drive.The keynote speaker will be Karen Carter, vice president of Dow Chemical.Black Business Hall of Fame Honorees for 2017 are Juanita Hayes-Hill, Ed Givens Sr. and James Arbertha. Other awards are going Wichita school superintendent Alicia Morris-Thompson, Wal-Mart and Cox Business.

Source: Heartland Wichita Black Chamber of Commerce to hold ball | The Wichita Eagle

 

Florida State Senator, Spoken Word Artist and Songwriter Randolph Bracy pka Pres (@Pres47th) covers the latest Digital Issue of The Hype Magazine after his historic appointment as the Florida State Senate Criminal Justice Chairman during this last election. The cover story delves into the makings of the politician as well as exploring his experience in the entertainment industry.As an artist, Bracy as Pres, released his debut single “You Can Do It” which impacts national radio April 26, 2017.  The song is already available via digital retailers and streaming services and premiered via The Hype MagazineSenator Bracy made Florida Senate history when the freshman Democrat was appointed by the Senate President, a Republican, to the Chairmanship of the Criminal Justice Committee (https://www.flsenate.gov/Committees/Show/CJ). Bracy is the first Black to hold the post and perhaps the youngest in the history of the body. It’s also in the air that he may run for US Senate in Florida. He has put his decision on hold until after the current Senate session ends in May.

Source: Florida State Senator Randolph Bracy covers The Hype Magazine April Digital Issue — The Hype Magazine | PRLog

The decision by Orlando-area prosecutor Aramis D. Ayala to no longer seek the death penalty in murder cases has injected a racial discussion about death row into the Florida legislative session.Ayala, a Democrat elected as state attorney in 2016, announced her decision while handling the case of Markeith Loyd, who is accused of killing his ex-girlfriend and an Orlando police officer. Scott removed Ayala from the Loyd case as well as 21 additional first-degree murder cases and reassigned them to Brad King, a Republican state attorney.Sen. Randolph Bracy, an Orange County Democrat and chairman of the Florida Senate Criminal Justice Committee, defended Ayala’s right to make that call and criticized Gov. Rick Scott’s reaction in an op-ed in the New York Times.”As a black man, I see the death penalty as a powerful symbol of injustice in which race often determines who lives and who dies, especially in Florida,” Bracy wrote. “The state has the second-largest number of death row inmates in the country, after California, and African-Americans are grossly overrepresented on Florida’s death row.”Related: Did the U.S. Supreme Court ban all state laws that make executions mandatory for murderers?

Source: Florida lawmaker says ‘African-Americans are grossly overrepresented on Florida’s death row’ | PolitiFact Florida

 

There is no doubt who the reigning champs in music are right now, Migos (@Migos) have raised the bar in music as full-scope entertainers. When Andre 3000 uttered these famous words after being good in 1995 during the Source Awards, ‘I’m gon’ tell ya’ll something, the South got something to say,‘  the gauntlet was dropped and the music world put on notice. Afterwards the southern region changed the face of the music game in short but long lasting order.New global superstar trio Migos, is a shining manifestation of those eternal words by Dre, and their feature story with GQ magazine is proof that not only do they make great music, their sense of style is respected!

Source: Global megastars Migos featured in GQ fashion spread – TheHypeMagazine

Read the full interview on GQ.com

 

Of all the hidden places throughout Hip-Hop’s motherland, the state of Utah has been keeping a precious jewel all to its self. James The Mormon, a sonically empowered artist has been dominating the 4 corners of the United States (Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, and Arizona) while sneaking onto the Hip-Hop scene like a thief in the night

Accomplishing something most Billboard Top 40 artists dream of but, very rarely ever achieve, James debuted his freshman album ‘I’m Not A Rapper’ at #1 according to the iTunes Hip-Hop/Rap charts, where he remained for 3 days until Drake released Views From The 6 on April 29th of 2016. I know it sounds like a miracle for an artist the industry is not talking about, but for James, it’s all a part of the plan. Stealthily, he has taken over an entire untapped market of Hip-Hop consumers in United States.

Premiering his 1st national single ‘Holiday’ featuring XXL 2017 Freshman Class prospect Taylor Bennett, (also famously known as Chance The Rapper’s younger brother) on Complex Hustle the new comer has composed a beautiful ballad accompanied by moving visuals made to inspire. Holiday was shot on location in Chicago, paying homage to Taylor’s home town as an act of gratitude for the dope collaboration.