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We will have the legendary( Def Jam Exec Wise McGriff) (5:30pm til 6:30pm Eastern) on Dagrahynd music radio talking about what it takes to make it in the music industry.And what labels are looking for when it comes to the music Business call in (646)595-3287 or listen live at www.dagrahyndmusic.co or www.blogtalkradio.com/dagrahyndmusic2104 .#Dagrahyndmusic #radio #weBworking
DaGrahynd Music Interviews Ozara. Who is a firm believer in the power of music and thinks it can be an antidote for a lot of the ills that we face. Instead of complaining about what some say is not in the music today (soul, respect, etc.), She is striving to do her part to put more love back into the music. You can purchase her single, It's Time, by downloading it on ITunes and cdBaby tune in (5:30pm til 6:30pm eastern)listen live www.blogtalkradio.com/dagrahyndmusic2104 or www.dagrahyndmusic.com call in number is (646)595-3287
llinois-bred, urban rock/ hip hop crooner, producer and writer Deshon Bullock a.k.a. Shonlock canvasses a form of artistry which resonates into a discerning lesion in the art of translation
The former dance and choreographer for Arrest Development and R and B princes Aaliyah is a multi-instrumentalist, serving up the type of production, lyricism, and performance stamina that leaves fans yearning for more. Lock’s genius has garnered him an eclectic space in the arena of emerging spiritually-conscious artists; however the Atlanta based lyricist resume rivals that of the most veteran artists.
Shon started his career in the clubs of Chicago, during a time when hip hop soul was establishing a platform. He studied they type of artists that made good music. His evolution from a dancer to a lyricist/performer came from years of hard work with the ultimate goal of becoming the all around performer.
After his spiritual transformation and short sting with Aaliyah, Lock began to choreograph shows for some of the Christian industries most noted talent. He added the electrifying spark to shows for the Grammy nominated duo Grits, Word recording artist Nicole C Mullen and The Katinas. It was during this transition period that Lock was picked up by industry veteran Toby Mac as a touring artist and choreographer, a position he still holds today.
In 2009 Shonlock signed a major label deal with Arrow/Universal Records and began work on his highly anticipated C.D. WHERE NEVER BEGINS which released on 11.9.10. Being the first to graduate Toby’s Diverse UniverCity he has begun to spread his wings with his band The Monsta, touring around the country and walking in his destiny.
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We will have the lovely Kiesha Babi formerly of Xscape live on Dagrahyndmusic speaking about her music career and her new reality show called Pregnantt & Dating on the WE network...
Georgia rap legend Sonny Spoon is an extremely diverse artist with many talents. Born and raised in the city of Macon, Sonny Spoon has worked diligently to make a name for himself and put his city on the map. His career began at the tender age of 14 when he started performing at local talent shows and gaining the confidence of his peers and elders as a creative story teller through music. His lyrics reflect the pain of young black males being raised in the deep south and the trials they endure while seeking to maintain a positive perspective and become successful. No stranger to the streets, Sonny’s music truly imitates the life he lives.
As an independent artist Sonny has recorded a total of nine albums and has collaborated with hip hop heavy weights such as T.I., Cee-lo Green, Field Mob, 8-Ball & MJG, Bun-B and Young Jeezy. He is also globally known for his hit single "The Dirty Bird," written for the Atlanta Falcons during their Super Bowl run in 1998. His new album Back to Work was released in 2011.
Sonny Spoon was well on his way to stardom when his career was suddenly derailed because of his incarceration for narcotics and weapons possession in 2003. Upon his release from the federal prison system, Sonny Spoon has been on a mission to ensure that other young people are aware of the consequences of bad decision making. He has worked diligently with public schools, non-profit organizations and many independent agencies that would allow him to share his testimony as a deterrent for at risk youth.
The eldest son of Dr. Dre, Curtis Young is an aspiring rapper, following his father’s footsteps to become a legendary rapper. Born in Paramount, California, Curtis started his career in the 2000’s by founding an independent label “Hood Records” to search for the several talented newcomers, but later he dropped it to become a more mature singer and personality. Curtis focused all his dedication and determination to the music industry and generated a heavy buzz through his mixtapes. Curtis’s first single “The Delivery” has taken the college radio stations by storm, climbing up the charts to number one spot.
The nickname "Freeway" came from Ross' ownership of several properties along the Los Angeles-area Harbor Freeway as well as the existence of a freeway near his childhood home. According to an Esquire magazine October 2013 article titled "Say Hello to Rick Ross," "Between 1982 and 1989, federal prosecutors estimated, Ross bought and resold several metric tons of cocaine. In 1980 dollars, his gross earnings were said to be in excess of $900 million – with a profit of nearly $300 million. Converted roughly to present-day dollars: 2.5 billion gross, and $850 million in profit, respectively.” During the height of his drug dealing, Ross claims to have sold "$3 million in one day."
Eric Wright Jr. (born April 23, 1984 in Compton, California), better known by his stage name Lil Eazy-E, is an American rapper and the oldest son of gangsta rap pioneer Eazy-E. Signed to Universal Motown Records, he became a Kelly Park Compton Crip at a young age and was only ten years old when his father died due to AIDS. His debut album, The Prince of Compton, has been continually pushed back since 2006 but is set to hopefully be released before the end of 2010. Lil Eazy-E was also once involved in a feud with rapper The Game, because he thought Game was overusing his father’s name. He is also good friends with Dr. Dre’s son Curtis Young aka Hood Surgeon.
Lil Eazy did a remix of his father’s hit single “Eazy-Er Said Than Dunn” in 2003 as a tribute to Eazy-E. The song was called “Lil Eazy-Er Said” and it appeared on Eternal E - Gangsta Memorial Edition w/ DVD.
Lil Eazy had a cameo in the music video Certified Gangstas with Jim Jones, Cam’Ron and fellow Compton native The Game. Lil E’ also did a song for True Crime: Streets of L.A. named “Get Cracking”.
Lil Eazy will release his first album titled Prince of Compton, in 2009. He is said to be collaborating with artists like DJ Yella, Bone Thugs N Harmony, Ice Cube and a few other artists. He hopes to reunite the living members of N.W.A on a track. The album’s first single will be “This Ain’t a Game” featuring Bone Thugs-N-Harmony members Layzie Bone, Krayzie Bone & Wish Bone. There is a separate version featuring Bizzy Bone.
Lil Eazy-E, released a documentary about his father entitled The Life and Times of Eric Wright. The Impact of a Legend pack came with its own documentary of the same name, produced separately.
Chris Rivers that is, the 19 year old unparalleled minded Lyrical Catastrophe that will knock you out in one verse, like he’s Tyson in the ring. He’s heavy on the mic, like the crown he bears. Oh you didn’t know? This River flows from Royalty. His Father is the late great Puerto Rican Rapper Big Pun aka Christopher Rios who hailed from the Bronx and was ranked one of the Greatest MCs of all time. But don’t get it twisted, this Puerto Rican Prince, Chris Rios Jr, who goes by the Rap name Chris Rivers, is his own Fire Breathing Dragon, giving fans something heroic to believe in once again. He’s a prodigy, astonishing to say the least, and his rivers run deep as he shatters all hypocrisy on whether his name or his talent is what makes him one of the most watched new artists to come up in the last decade.
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Nancy "Mama" Jones is a mother, businesswoman, youth advocate and mentor. Anyone who meets Nancy "Mama" Jones immediately recognizes that she is an unapologetic optimist and a woman whose passion for her family and success is stamped on every page of her life. Born and raised in Manhattan this inspiring, "real" woman has faced many challenges as a mother of 6 girls and mother of Rap Star Jim Jones.
Nancy Jones was inspired by the world of fashion. She attended and graduated from Fashion Institute of Technology in NY with dreams of starting her own clothing line some day. With the help and instant success of celebrity son, Jim Jones, Mama Jones was very instrumental in securing and financing her first national clothing line, Nostic, which became an instant success in retail department stores across America. The clothing line appeared in music videos, print ads, and magazines such as Complex, The Source, Spanglish, and XXL just to name a few. She was involved with promotion and marketing for Jim Jones' sizzling liquor Sizzurp, which captured global attention in the Hip Hop and liquor industry.
She is a committed community activist and youth advocacy leader, seeking to further educate the inner city youth with continuous efforts raising money to open a teen center in Englewood NJ. Her Sally Family Day Care Center in the Bronx was a huge success for underprivileged children in the NYC area. She also has a nonprofit organization which provides support for people with or affected by cancer, menopause, and heart disease. she will launch her brand new clothing line, vodka, her own fragrance Pumkash, and latex condoms
L.A.Jackson Currently residing in Atlanta, GA, Jackson is developing a line of music-related books and multimedia products. The first in a four (4) part series is MUSICOLOGY 2101 and is scheduled for a fall 2011 release. Musicology 2101 leaves no stones unturned, as they give readers accurate historic, cultural and geographical insight into the original purpose of music: which was to tell stories, celebrate events and acknowledge rites of passage. Jackson and Williams delve into transparent views of how the music industry evolved, “pay to play” with radio DJ’s, and the major record labels’ market domination. With a Foreword written by the former President of Quincy Jones’ Qwest Entertainment Group, MUSICOLOGY 2101 lands readers right at the doorstep of today’s independent and digital music movement. Using interviews, research and over thirty-five years of personal experiences in and around the music industry, Jackson and Williams demonstrate contributions varying cultures have made to the evolution of both ancient and contemporary music. The chapters of MUSICOLOGY provide thorough insight into Africa, Latin and Caribbean music and styles such as Blues, Country, Jazz, R&B, Rock, Funk and more surprises.
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