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Dej Loaf (@dejloaf) is a hot, new female lyricist, that’s making her way into the hip hop scene with her new single entitled, “Try Me”. From the Eastside of Detroit, she dropped her first mixtape in 2012 entitled “Just Do It” that featured songs “Ay Yah” and College”. She linked up with Finally Famous’ SAYITAINTTONE and Adubb da Gawd, along with Oba Rowland to drop IBGM in late 2013 which featured songs “Where the Love At” and “Bad Teacher”. Be on the lookout for her next mixtape entitled “Sell Sole” coming soon.
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"Not Yo Momma's Radio Show" returns TONIGHT at 8pm EST/ 7pm CST /5pm PST hosted by former WWE Superstars of the groundbreaking tag team Men on a Mission, Oscar and Mo with Dreami Mimi... Independent Wrestling Month continues as Oscar and Sir Mo break it down along with help from their friends in the wrestling business. One thing is for sure, when Oscar and Mo are on together... the cannons will be set to fire and opinions will soar as "Not Yo Momma's Radio Show" takes over the Pipebomb Radio Network!
Natalie Christine Johnson is one of Hollywood South’s most in-demand makeup artists. With a background in Psychology and a degree in fine arts from the University of New Orleans, Johnson began her career with M.A.C. because a fellow makeup artist happened to like the way she did her makeup when she happened upon her while working in a mall. Natalie used any kind of canvas she could get her hands on and realized that a face was just another medium. She quickly made the move into film and television. With almost 50 productions under her belt in the past 3 years, Johnson has worked on everything from big budget feature films such as the widely popular Left Behind series with Nicolas Cage, to music videos, network and reality TV, and the Sundance darling Sex, Guaranteed where she met and worked with Stephen Dorff. After working together on that project he later asked her to be his personal makeup artist for their next project together, The American Hero. Her commercial work ranges from local universities to clients like McDonald’s, Wal-Mart, Visa and the NFL. Expanding from beauty to special effects makeup, Johnson has worked for the last three years as a makeup department head and creative consultant for the independent and festival award winning production company, Little to N.O. Budget Films. Working closely with the director and writers, her vision helped develop worlds of zombies, ghosts, and surreal carnivals. She recently worked on the projects Abattoir and Cold Moon. You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on Twitter @123Film
Who is Michie Meechgotti Mobboss?
So, I'm on Soundcloud just checking out various artists, Rappers, Hip Hop Artist, bottom line Musicians! I come across this young brotha out of Ohio and listened to his tracks and was impressed with some of the lyrics. Even though I'm from several decades of generation from him, the messages in his lyrics are super powerful! Resources are needed to help develop so many artists out here! I asked Michie about his music is and what compels him to write. He said "I write because I am music no matter what type music it moves through me I write my struggle my pain my up bringing my down falls I give my life in my music simply because music is my life!"
Tune in, call in and Lets Chat with Michie Meechgotti Mobboss. (Warning some of his tracks have some strong language in them.)
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Our guest on Metalsmith Benchtalk on Thursday May 21st, 2015 at 3:00 pm PST is jewelry artist Julia Lowther.
We invite you to listen to this LIVE interview and participate in this live interview by logging onto the chatroom on Blogtalkradio.com or by sending a message to Whaley Studios via Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.
"I was born in rural Virginia. At 8, I moved with my family to the remote Quaker community of Monteverde in the tropical mountains of Costa Rica. If things broke, you fixed them, if you needed something you didn’t have, you created it out of what you did have or did without it. From this up bringing I inherited a delight in the engineering puzzles of inventing and building, and an easy patience with the general processes of making things.
Growing up, my hands were always busy with embroidery, crocheting, weaving, and other fiber arts. I received professional instruction in painting and drawing as well, but only discovered metal work and jewelry when I moved to Seattle, Washington in 1996. Early in my experiments with metal I gravitated to chains. The manual dexterity gained from decades of handwork and needlework served me well, and translated nicely to linking and knitting with wire.
Today I still live in Seattle, now writing articles and teaching classes on chain making, with work showcased in numerous books & magazines."
Tune in tonight with Underground Station with special guests AJ FELTON . We will be disscussing his music and what rap means to him. How hardships have molded his talent and drive. Also we dropping tracks for artists.If you wanna be featured on the show make sure you check us out on Twitter @SpadeAce318 @rodgeracc also on Facebook at SpadeAce or Da'wayne Prince Allen and Rodger Accoo. Hit us up for interviews and music releases.