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Respected entertainment journalist and blogger Maxx Hassell has come a long way since he was the ferocious teen who turned the Chicago industry business model upside down. Willing to take advantage of most every opportunity that came his way, the artist turned industry every man got away from the music that made him a Chicago legend as Em Dot. But like all cycles, Maxx Hassell has come full circle and is preparing his new EP Suite, The Wood Grain Diaries for an SS14 release. The Wood Grain Diaries was birthed in content by the state of today’s social media. An R&B re-working of Nas classic “One Mic” that Maxx titled “One Night” was created solely to engage his online family for Throwback Thursday. But the response has been overwhelming. UK publication Niji Magazine posted the SoundCloud link to the song along with an accompanying article and that was met with over 200 Facebook “likes” and “shares”, moving the “Introduction” feature past the traffic of all of the sites front page stories. This is attributed to Maxx’s small yet loyal fan base who have enjoyed his writing and celebrity interviews, but have been eager for him to find his way back to the studio. Though Maxx had been making a small buzz as the new kid in Atlanta, performing his last single “Take A Lil Back” with his dancers Serita and Pytron, he wanted this new song to fit within a proper context and before long, the concept for The Wood Grain Diaries came to fruition. The Wood Grain Diaries will be available to the public by late May/early June; just in time to be the soundtrack for the summer. If all goes well, The Wood Grain Diaries will re-establish Maxx Hassell’s presence on the music scene, and showcase a more mature and still willing artist ready to win.
Spoken word artist, vocalist, actress, and educator. This one woman show swept through most of the east coast between 2000-and 2008 with her lyrical ability, claiming the much deserved title “Slam Queen”. Prior to her 2008 debut on Russell Simmon’s Peabody Award Winning HBO Def Poetry Jam, she has performed with such notable artists as Mos Def (Yassin Bey), KRS One, Lauryn Hill, Wise Intelligent of Poor Righteous Teachers, and Styles P, just to name a few. Narubi released her debut album “IAM LivingMath in 2010, and her sophomore album The Architect in 2012.
Representing the Bellair section of Clearwater, Florida Peze (pronounced Peezy) is as raw as they come with a level of passion is rarely seen. Since the age of 8 the young rapper was determined to share his story with the world. As a by-product of the streets Peze was born to drug-addict parents. He never had the opportunity to meet his mother, whose life succumbed to drugs before he reached his 1st birthday. Writing was his expression the music; his language. Because he has been doing it for so long, it is no wonder that people connected to his pain, his experience, his struggles as well as his blessings. Today Peze is recognized as many things, talented being at the top of the list. Hot off the presses is his highly anticipated mixtape, “Pain For Glory”. His single “John Doe” has gotten love from many radio stations around the country. This collaborative project is hosted by DJ Smallz, one of the hottest DJs in the Florida. Finally, a culmination his passions, struggles, lessons, mistakes…his life! Told like no other, Peze’s project is sure to give us all an inside glimpse of what makes his story so intriguing, his struggle so relatable, his music so addictive and why he is the one to watch.
Now more than ever independent artists thirst for an opportunity to be heard. Indie Review Radio is the catalyst to do just that. Each week the show will feature the best and greatest in the world of independent musicians artists and seasoned industry professionals. The show will include new music by indies, the latest in industry trends by seasoned industry professionals and a wealth of information for independent artists that are looking for what's next in their careers.
Jaz-O is an emcee and record producer active in the late 1980s through the 1990s, best known for being the mentor of Jay-Z. Jaz is also known as the Originator and had a song called "The Originators" that featured a young Jay-Z in 1990. As The Jaz, he had success with his 1989 single "Hawaiian Sophie" from his debut album Word to the Jaz. He has been featured on some of Jay-Z's songs, (such as "Bring it On" from Reasonable Doubt), "Ain't No Ni**a"
Melanie Durrant is a seasoned veteran who embodies real artistry through her very unique, edgy and soulful music style. Born and raised in Toronto, Melanie attended the Earl Haig School of the Arts. She trained at the Royal Conservatory of Music and worked on an eclectic array of projects before she became an “alternative hip-hop soul” artist. Citing influences that range from the soulful swoon of Minne Ripperton to the hard-knock of Aerosmith to the “mercy me” melodies
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In 2001, Johnny Popcorn was at its early stages, and for the members it was a place to be creative. Considered as a project outside of the regular music careers, Johnny Popcorn would be the outlet when things got too stressful. Fittingly enough, recording Johnny Popcorn jams seemed to hit the spot. Fast forward to 2011 when Johnny Popcorn offered a unique musical formula—a concoction of highly fueled croons layered with its own views on topics ranging from teenage growing pains, self-grat
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2013 was a stellar year for some independence as a whole. On the Indie Review show we've spotlighted and highlighted those areas all year long. Be it: musicians, business people, writers, socialpreneurs, entrepreneurs, philanthropists we have covered them. Join us as we take a brief look back and reflect on 2013. A year of transition. Now more than ever independent artists thirst for an opportunity to be heard. Indie Review Radio is the catalyst to do just that. Each week the show wi
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