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Mr Loc Fo Real doesn't consider himself to be following a single genre. He likes to think of himself as a well rounded "hybrid rapper". Whether it be club, gangster, or whatever comes to mind, he's not afraid to incorporate an eclectic blend of original beats, mainstream yet intricate elements, coupled with commanding heartfelt powerful vocals, all delivered and described with a smooth but big voice and sound. His stage presence, showmanship, and style of hip hop music are creating quite a buzz, landing Mr Loc Fo Real opening spots for artists such as Too $hort, WestSide Connection, E 40, B Legit, Knoc Turnal, Trina, Baby Bash, Ashanti and others.
Master of the stage, performer for the soul, Eric “EQ” Young is known for his ability to fire up concert crowds with his high-energy passionate vocals and funky bass beats. This consummate musician has a long history of opening for, playing with, and being signed by established names in the business. Today, EQ confirms his place among the constellation of great Bay Area funk stars with the early release of 8 songs from his upcoming CD, “Just 4 You.”
Getting his hands on his first guitar at the age of 8—a gift from his grandfather, that had only three strings, Eric Young taught himself to play by ear. Imitating Sly Stone’s mixture of sound and tight arrangements on that misfit instrument ended up opening a life path to world stages.
Other radio stars of the period had a strong influence on his style, including Larry Graham, leading Young to switch to learning bass and studying music composition. Growing up in the Northern California Bay Area gave Young easy access to live performances of Tower of Power, Sly Stone, Frankie Beverly and Maze, Whispers, The Escovedos, Santana, Pointer Sisters. Their example put pressure on the aspiring star to master his instrument and showmanship, solidifying his vision of becoming a complete entertainer. While bands he auditioned for continued to turn him down, their rejections only fueled his ambition. So deep was his desire to be a performer, only at the request—and belt—of his mother did he finish high school.
Cincinnati's Adrien Broner won a world title in his fourth weight division with an impressive 12-round technical knockout over Khabib Allakhverdiev in front of 5,932 hometown fans at the U.S. Bank Arena live on SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING®. Broner (30-2, 22 KOs) put his fast hands, thudding power and love of showmanship on display in an exciting performance.
Allakhverdiev (19-2, 9 KOs) took Broner's best shots without going down, but with an in-shape Broner upping the punishment in the last round, referee Harvey Dock decided to mercifully wave the fight over at 2:23.
Broner looked sharp in his return to the super lightweight division. He landed 50 percent of his power punches with the right uppercut being his most effective tool.
Viktor Postol (28-0, 12KOs) stunned a frantic crowd at the StubHub Center in Carson, California when he knocked out the Argentinian knockout artist Lucas Matthysse in the feature bout on HBO.
Postol was a live underdog, to say the least, but if someone was going to score a knockout in the fight we thought it’d be the man with 34 of them in 37 wins. Instead, Matthysse received his 4th professional loss.
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Dion Price brings you more than just vocals, he also performs with electric energy which en-captures all who has bear witness; he is NOT your average artist. Born in Chicago, IL and now residing in Detroit, MI, the infusion of R&B and Pop music is Dion Price's signature. Signed to Grand Slamm Records, Dion Price is now making his dream come true; Dion has gained fans and has brought the joy of music to people hearts from all over the country. By gracing various stages in Michigan, Florida, Tennessee and Texas, Mr. Price has created quite a platform, and those are just a few states that has embraced his talents!
His musical talents emerged at an young age giving him a clear path in his soulful journey. Music is his only love! Be it his charismatic style or his captivating voice, Dion captures the audience attention immediately, earning him standing ovations on a host of stages,no matter the demographic. Dion Price definitely has what it takes to set the world ablaze!
Penning a majority of his own music scores, Price also incorporates choreographed dance moves and an exciting show to keep you engaged. Creativity and a positive attitude is what sets the tone for Dion’s music. His ambition, showmanship, and vocal ability has and will inspire his audience long after the curtains have close
Join Host, Ms. Tracy L. Bell here on Blog Talk Radio as she welcomes her special guest "The Seal Breakers". A talented band which combines diverse personalities and different backgrounds to offer a unified sound and showmanship with the soul-stirring sonics of brass, gospel, R&B, and Hip Hop.
Broadening their audiences worldwide, with their music played as far as France; the band has also performed and/or recorded with many notable soul, jazz, and gospel artists nationally and internationally.
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Mind of Mansion Podcast Episode 112: Matt Kelley @fantasy_mansion regrets the anticlimactic ending of the previous show.
Atlanta drafting Phillip Dorsett would be a boon for Matt Ryan and Roddy White and Julio Jones.
Despite already having Kenny Stills playing split end, Mel Kiper still thinks the Miami Dolphins need a field stretcher.
Contrived-pensive headshots are still a thing on LinkedIn.
Devin Smith has showmanship bias, recency bias, and exposure bias built into both his NFL Draft and fantasy football valuation.
Matt Kelley's wife needed to overhear his named mentioned at a cocktail party before conceding he is the real deal.
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Grammy winning, Platinum selling music producer Rey Reel, nominated for 3 Grammys this recent award season for his work on Beyonce's latest self-titled effort, has raised the bar for any and all artists as he's produced singles such as Beyonce's "Flawless," along with the remix featuring Nicki Minaj, Mariah Carey's "Thirsty," Drake's "Trophies" and Will.i.am and Britney Spears' "Scream & Shout" remix- to name a few.
1st Quarter 2015 marks the new beginning THE RETURN OF TEF KALUMINOTI, his new single “THE LOOT” will be the first single from his upcoming BLUE MAGIC EP, TEF returns with a new focus an a new drive for music. And whats make this new music different from his past releases? This time around he’s less worry about pleasing the record labels the music industry standards he’s more diverse and more concerned about pleasing himself & his fanbase.
National Recording Artists, “George Dyer”. is an acclaimed by many as one of the finest tenors in the world. George Dyer adds a polished showmanship and audience connection that will make you feel as if you were on Broadway, in Las Vegas, or at the Met! He gives all honor above for being blessed to share his talents.
Ernie Smith (born Glenroy Anthony Michael Archangelo Smith, May 1945, Kingston, Jamaica) is a reggae singer, with a deep baritone voice, who had his greatest success in the late 1960s and 1970s.
Fab 5, formed in 1970, is Jamaica's pre eminent popular band, whether measured by record sales at home, hits on the charts, frequency of engagements or major awards won over the years.Their first recording, "Come Back And Stay", was number one in Jamaica, and in their first year on the road, and for the following two years, they won the only available awards, the Swing Awards for best band of 1971-72, 1972-73 and 1973-74. They also took the El Suzie Award as Joint Top Road and Dance Band for 1975-76 and the RJR Listeners' Award for Best Band in 1980.They backed Johnny Nash on all the reggae cuts comprising most of his platinum album "I Can See Clearly Now". Two singles from that album, "Guava Jelly" and "Stir It Up", established Bob Marley as a major songwriter on the international scene.Fab 5 have enjoyed an endless succession of hits in Jamaica and the "ethnic" markets of North America.In their early years such songs as "Chirpy Cheep", "Shaving Cream", "Oh, Dad" and "Love Me For A Reason", and their musicality and showmanship made Fab 5 the rage on the dance and show circuits.More recently, they have been kept on top by the likes of "Yu Safe", "Ring Road Jam", "Feeling Horny", "Computer Mad", "What The Police High Command Can Do", "Jamaican Woman", "Psalms", "All Night Party", "Mini", "Sweat", "Don't Wear None", "Freeze", "Good Buddy", "Mango" and their "Live" series.
Fantasy Football Episode 78: host Matt Kelley @fantasy_mansion explains that while Andy Dalton can't win a real championship, he can still help win you a fantasy championship.
Odell Beckham Jr.'s flair for the dramatic will help fill the NFL's wide receiver showmanship void.
Russell Wilson is the only quarterback to rush for 825+ yards with a 95.0 passer rating and would be the top fantasy quarterback if he played on the Philadelphia Eagles.
Nick Foles has an above-replacement ceiling, Mark Sanchez does not.
No wide receiver could possibly be as overrated as Cordarrelle Patterson was in 2014.
Comparing the dynasty league stock of Jordan Matthews vs. Donte Moncrief.
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Allen grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area, and first started playing guitar at age 15. As a teen, Allen was greatly influenced by his musically talented family, which includes his uncle, Grammy winner, Gold album recipient and West Coast Blues Hall of Fame inductee (Guitarist) David "Dynamite" Vega of Graham Central Station fame. Soon Allen developed a powerful blues guitar style, and began appearing at Bay Area jam nights.
At age eighteen Allen joined his first professional band, Jack Rudy and The Blues Voodoo's playing throughout Northern California. They won the west coast "Best Unsigned Band" contest at JJ's Blues in Mountain View. Allen began making a name for himself within the local blues scene while with the Blues Voodoo's
In 1987 Allen formed Smokin' Gun, a powerful blues trio. Smokin' Gun went on to win BAM (Bay Area Music) Magazine's Battle of the Bands, being chosen over 50 other bands. This win led them to opening for such acts as Elvin Bishop, Joe Louis Walker, Edgar Winter, Leon Russell, Lowell Fulson, Lenny Williams, J.J. Malone, Cool Papa, and many others.
In 1993 Allen joined with Frankie Lee (a.k.a. Little Frankie Lee), a noted San Francisco Bay Area soul and blues artist on the road. As bandleader and music director for the Frankie Lee Band, he showed his capacity as he played his way criss-crossing the United States and Canada for five years. He not only showcased his powerful lead work, but he showed his sensitivity while backing a singer and provided leadership while maintaining a high standard of musicianship. Allen's powerful show openers and endless energy-packed finales caught the attention of many. His showmanship, stage presence, and his playing ability reflect the influences of Albert Collins, Albert King and Freddie King.
Showmanship is the best description of jazz drummer Paula Hampton. The Middletown, Ohio native arrived in New York in the late 1960s and what was meant as a short visit turned into the rest of her life. Pianist Jill McManus’ Jazz Sisters hired her quickly, and Paula remained with them through the mid-1970s. She joined Sandra Reeves-Phillips on The Late Great Ladies of Jazz & Blues Europe and Africa tour. When the band returned to the U.S., Paula and pianist Lillette Jenkins stayed behind to perform in Bern, Switzerland for three weeks. Stateside, Paula joined the great Dakota Staton for 5 years. She performed from with The Hampton Family Orchestra, lead by her mother, Aletra Hampton, featuring her uncle, Slide Hampton and aunt, Dawn Hampton. With jazz pianist Bertha Hope, Paula formed Jazzberry Jam! with vocalist Pat Spann and bassist, Carline Ray. Jazzberry Jam! performed internationally for 15 years. They performed at the 1998 Child of the Sun Festival in Lakeland, Florida. The documentary film, Les Femmes du Jazz, featured Jazzberry Jam! and won the Best Documentary Award at France’s Bairritz Film Festival (FIPA) in 2000. Bertha, Paula, and Carline received the Mary Lou Williams Women In Jazz Award at Washington, D.C.’s Kennedy Center in 2005. In 2006, Jazzberry Jam! provided the live music for the well-received documentary, Been Rich All My Life, which chronicled the historically rich lives of Harlem’s famed former showgirls, The Silver Belles. The Jazz Foundation of America keeps Paula fairly busy performing and she works with other musicians as well.
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