Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Matthew Schultz Reggae Superstar Gyptian Drop Valentine Remix Of Promise For Keeps

Matthew Schultz is a multi-instrumentalist, producer, singer and performer who started out playing guitar in Chris Daughtry's first band.  He has already made a strong impact on the music industry with his previous releases. His first single, Money or Me, was produced by Armando Guarnera and earned him a nomination at the 2013 EOTM Awards, as well as one for best new male artist.

He followed this up with Crazy Heart (ft. Alessia Guarnera) in 2014, then in 2015 he released We Own The Night (feat. Jim Jones). Last year saw a house remix of this track by Follow The Moon gain considerable popularity. These releases were all widely acclaimed and he has accumulated a huge following on Facebook and Twitter in the process.

This remix features the Jamaican reggae singer Gyptian, who is very successful in his own right. He has been having hits in the Jamaican charts since 2005 and had crossover success in 2010 when his song Hold Yuh reached 91 in the Billboard Hot 100, followed by an album of the same name which reached number 2 in the Billboard Reggae charts. Hold Yuh went on to become a chart hit worldwide.

The track contains vocals from both Gyptian and Matthew Schultz, with the original song given a radical musical transformation. Keeping the essential melody, the music is given a dancehall, reggae-fusion vibe in the vein of Major Lazer, Tory Lanez and Partynextdoor. It has been produced to a very high standard by Schultz himself and Johnny Thomas Jr.

The laid back tropical, reggae-tinged rhythm gives the track a slinky, syncopated groove that is guaranteed to work well on the dancefloor. Gyptian gives a smooth-as-honey vocal performance that fits perfectly with the vibe of the music. He performs the majority of the vocals for this version, with Schultz interspersing at certain points  throughout, which helps add a little variety and his own stamp on the remix.

Overall, this is a highly enjoyable and inventive reinterpretation of the original Promise For Keeps rather than a standard remix, which surely seems destined to become a massive hit in the clubs.

Saturday, January 20, 2018

Northern California Rapper Chris Chip's is making noise!

Northern California Rapper Chris Chip's is making noise!

It’s not often you come across a person with such a broad scope of talent. A person so naturally endowed with every component necessary to be instantly thrust among the elite in his craft. Charisma he’s got it, stage presence he’s got it, lyrics he’s got it, hard work ethic he’s got it, that competitive killer instinct he’s got it!
This is what Chris Chips brings to his fans. Satisfying the ears of the most discriminating listeners. He has set the bar high for  his adversaries a verbal beat down with his words over hard hitting industry beats.

His current single "Swag"  has a dance-hall Caribbean feel with street credible lyrics, a definite club banger. You can expect to see a video dropping this month for "Swag" and it is available now on Soundcloud. This is the second single released from his upcoming album "Certified" scheduled to drop in February!

Dont miss a thing, stay up to date on Chris's movement:


Thursday, January 18, 2018

Arod Somebody Drops Hot New Track Ft. Moneybagg Yo

Arod Somebody Drops Hot New Track Ft. Moneybagg Yo

Although currently incarcerated, Arod Somebody will not be stopped. He is more focused on releasing quality music than ever! He dropped his last single  "Whatchu Know" featuring Shy Gizzy and produced by Don Gotti to awaiting fans and is following up with his latest hit ""Everybody"  Nothing can slow this icon in the making down! More music coming soon! Check out the single here:

Sunday, December 31, 2017

FEATURED SINGLE: "Game Night" by S.P.F. (Symphonic Pheenix Force)

Check out the new single from Nerdcore Super group SYMPHONIC PHEENIX FORCE (S.P.F.) titled "Game Night" at the direct link below.  S.P.F. is BACK with a brand new, fun, single about the gang getting up and having fun for a "Game Night"!  Check it out here at this direct link

Monday, December 18, 2017

Spotlight: Dennis Lucky Taylor

Dennis Lucky Taylor, originally from Memphis, TN, a soulful vocalist and writer that is changing the R&B music game as we speak. He has been the opening act for various artist, for such greats as MC Lyte, Al Green, Slave, and has done work with Monica and Arrested Development, just to name a few. Currently he is in the process of releasing his own new material for which many of his family, friends, fans and supporters have anticipated the release of his works. Dennis Lucky Taylor is also the lead male vocalist for the 1st Generation Band out of Atlanta, GA, traveling and performing live for various venues in and around the Southeast Region.

Friday, December 15, 2017

FEATURED SINGLE: "Bop" by Jane Doh

Check out the Southeast Hip Hop Magazine featured single by rising Florida based hip hop recording artist JANE DOH titled "Bop" here at this direct link 

Wednesday, December 6, 2017

R and B Artist Spotlight: Cameron Haileyy

Check out our artist spotlight on singer CAMERON HAILEYY!

Follow the talented young singer on social media at these direct links 

Instagram - @cameronhaileyy 
Facebook - cameron hailey lockhart 
Twitter - @DaRealCameronH.

Friday, November 24, 2017

Artist Spotlight: Sunny Leigh

Get familiar with rising artist Sunny Leigh.



" Success Is The Best Revenge " The Mixtape Coming Soon ... Sunny Leigh ... Dirty Muzik Ent.

Youtube Videos

INSTAGRAM @sunnyleigh813

Get familiar with FAUNT

Get familiar with rising hip hop recording artist FAUNT by visiting his official promo blog at this direct link

Faunt is a true school lyricist, spoken word artist and he has lots of new music and big plans for the upcoming 2018 year!

Keep checking back on Southeast Hip Hop or more updates on Faunt as well as his official promo blog.

Thursday, November 23, 2017

Artist Spotlight: Jay Pill

This week's Southeast Hip Hop Magazine artist spotlight is on hip hop recording artist Jay Pill!  

Keep checking back to Southeast Hip Hop Magazine for more updates on JAY PILL!

Thursday, November 9, 2017

BIRDY would like his FANS to help build the WEST COAST THANG Music Video

Rising WEST COAST, Utah based hip hop recording act BIRDY has been getting a lot of attention for his recent viral smash single "West Coast Thang", and the song has been buzzing so hard that the fans are now asking for a video to accompany the song!

Well, now BIRDY is giving his fans the opportunity to help him build the music video for the song "West Coast Thang" by having them make small donations to his official PATREON PAGE!  The link for his patreon is here at the link below

When fans make a kind donation towards Birdy's upcoming "West Coast Thang" video Birdy will reward those fans with something special!  Check out the page for more information.  Keep checking back here for more updates as well.  

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

BIRDY was recently a guest on BIG WOO RADIO!

Birdy was recently a guest on the BIG WOO RADIO show to promote his single "West Coast Thang" and recent shows!  Listen to the show at the link below

Artist Spotlight: Saratoga Starkz

Saratoga Starkz is a hip-hop artist based in the Charlotte, NC area. His musical content shows his fans the ability of his lyrical skill while also being melodic in his focus on the importance of ownership. However, this does not stop him from providing a voice for the people that are caught between the reality of work and play.

Links To Music:

Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Artist Spotlight: T Money

Follow rising Florida based rap recording artist T Money on social media at the links below.

Facebook: Tim Hendrix
Instagram: tmoney863
Soundcloud: $$ T-Money $$
YouTube: T-Money
Datpiff: $$ T-Money $$ mixtape name Bringin Back Real

Keep checking back for more updates on T Money!

Monday, November 6, 2017

Artists should consider Writing Books to Expand their Brand

If you are a recording artist, looking for many more different ways to monetize your brand, talents and abilities, one great way to do that is by publishing a book!  Rather it be a book of lyrics, a fiction book based on characters centered around the music, or an autobiography, a book is certainly another great avenue for artists to express themselves and create more awareness for their brand and image.  If you would like to get started on piecing together your literary works, then look into Sunshine Blackrose Publications.  Read all about it below. 

Sunshine BlackRose Publications LLC is a publishing company established in 2015 and made for the independent writer.  We have reasonable prices and offer exceptional quality work.  We have a wide range of services from publishing, editing, book cover designs, self-publishing consultations to marketing.  

If you are a writer that wants to maintain all rights to your work, and have it stand out in the sea of self-published and independent authors then SBR Publications is certainly for you.

Sunday, October 29, 2017

Artist Spotlight: ODD BALL

Get familiar with rising indie hip hop artist ODD BALL by following him on social media!  ODD BALL is certainly one of the next artists to blow!  Check out his official promo blog for more updates as well as his IG and FB!

Official Promo Blog



The Nations Ent.
Management / Booking
Natalie Long
Call:  309 588 8589

Artist Spotlight: Richie B. Unruly

Bio: Retracing Steps. A term not many think of but use without realizing it. Rumeale, also known by monikers Richie B Unruly and Gyn Rummy brings a sound enveloping listeners with a nostalgic feeling meant to help anyone look at how far they've come on their journey into manhood, understanding the mentality of what it's like to feel alone and grow, learning how to show and receive love and finding who you are.

The journey continues on #TheRoadToCOA  

Below are the standard music outlets for your pc and phone.

Retracing Steps: The Prologue

Retracing Steps: The Transition

Retracing Steps: The Heart 

Retracing Steps: The Finale 

Artist Spotlight: N.O.V.V.A.

Today's Southeast Hip Hop Mag feature is on rising artist N.O.V.V.A.

"Just like any kid with a dream. I wanted to make my dreams my reality. I started off singing in the church choir and began to write poetry as life got a bit harder as I got older. With the hardships I fought as I got older. I turned my poetry into rap. Recorded a couple songs but nothing close to a hit. I ended up falling off the music road, this was about age 14-15. Things going on at home weren't the greatest like every family we had our problems. A lot of things changed between these ages. And writing just wasn't my biggest goal at the time and music sure wasn't on my mind. At age 16-17 it was the hardest part of my life ,was losing my sister. I had done music with my younger sister when I was younger and she always told me I was going to be a star. And it reminded me of my only way to reach her beyond the grave ,Which is what got me back into writing and music. I always had the talent inside me so I decided to pick up back where I left off. Only problem was I hadn't touched music in forever so trying to know who I was and where I wanted to go with it took a while but I found myself. Now recently I've had the pleasure of working with some of the greatest artist in the  industry. Such as Yungg Fattz Grammy nominated and also I've worked with Nfamous (The God Flow). Just elevating each other up. Colorado is known f= or many things but music is not one of them. Soon Colorado will be on the map known for some of the greatest artist. Stay humble and stay grinding.
"Talent is God= given. Be Thankful.
Fame is Man given. = Be Humble. " - N.O.V.V.A.

Listen to his latest single "Red Light, Green Light" here at this direct link

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Boonie Tha Kid signs endorsement deal with Blue Diamond Vodka

The essence of his soul is about conveying great music with powerful lyrics is a great way to describe National Recording Artist, Boonie The Kid. Returning to the scene after a short hiatus from Penalty Records and landing an endorsement deal with Vodka Brand Corps for their Blue Diamond Vodka presented by Top Dollar Entertainment, he is focused and destined to become a hip hop icon! In addition to his endorsement, he has launched his own company Steelhouse Entertainment. Boonie made a power move enlisting the talents of Diggin In The Crates Super Producer, Buckwild and Kurrup Money Entertainment and up and coming songstress Jahna Rachelle to create, Blue Diamond Girl. The single will be released October 24th ahead of his forthcoming project, Blue Diamond.

Boonie The Kid online at 
Twitter: @booniethekid
IG: @booniethekid

Friday, September 29, 2017

Interview with C.U.J.O. the HellHusky

Southeast Hip Hop Magazine sits down with rising Blazed Up Records artist C.U.J.O. the HellHusky for a closer look, in depth interview to discuss his past, present and future.  Get into the mind of this versatile talented lyricist and well rounded recording artist!

Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  Hey C.U.J.O., how are you today?
C.U.J.O.:  Well you already know the funk don't quit.

How did you get the name C.U.J.O. the HellHusky?
LMFAO my name is an acronym. My cousin Stephanie gave me that name because we were at one cookout and she saw me eat. Then we went to a cookout at her house and she offered me a plate of food and I took it so the name stands for Cuz U Just Offered. C.U.J.O.

How would you describe yourself as an artist?
I would describe myself as (in the words of Tech n9ne) "a  clusterf**k" because there is so much that goes on with me. So much to the point sometimes I can't sleep. There is Portrait art, 3d graphic animation, voice-over acting and also music.

Who were some of your influences coming up?
That is  a very loaded question. You have Jackie Wilson, James Brown, Michael Jackson, Busta Rhymes AKA The Godfather of Hip Hop and of course Tech N9ne!!

How would you describe the current state of hip hop?
It sucks.  I came up during the time of Biggie, Tupac, Wu-Tang, groups and artists like that. Where music had substance there was a story behind what they were doing you can almost feel, see and taste what they are doing by just listening to their music. You listen to the music today you can feel what they're doing, as long as you're doing the same drugs that they're telling you to do. It's almost like it's cool to be a junkie now. I can't get with that. That's why I'm trying to bring the new state of hip-hop and merge it with the old state of hip-hop and still make great music.

If you could change anything in the world right now, what would it be?
I would change the need and want of power also racism, I will take them both out. You know that power that humans feel and want to exert over other humans. I want everyone to feel the same in the only reason why we don't and there are people who are racist is because they feel that they have more power than someone else.

Who are some of the artists you've worked with, and who would you like to work with in the future?
I worked with multiple artists. One huge artist like General P. We have two songs called "Fuck the police" and "Vicious".  I've also worked with producers such as bendin Beatz and Trapp Beatz and my homie Panama  the engineer. I had a team back in the day but we all grew in separate directions. Right now I got a new song with my homie Younga B and it's called "Battlefield." For the future I want to be able to work with anybody who wants to 
work with me, but a real good look would be to do a song with Busta Rhymes then to do a song with Tech N9ne.

Aside from yourself as an artist, how would you describe yourself as a man?  Who is the person behind the music?
This brother has a lot of soul just like James Brown. I'm a man of integrity and I'm allergic to incompetence. I know things can go right if everyone including myself pays attention. Straightforward is what I am there's no sugar-coating with me.

What has been two of your biggest accomplishments as an artist right now?
I'm still working there's more accomplishments that I'm looking forward to but one big one is being signed to BLAZED UP RECORDS!!

What were two of the biggest challenges you've faced being an indie artist and how did you learn from it or bounce back?
Two biggest challenges are being able to manage yourself and promote yourself, but if you have determination and you don't let anybody tell you no. Even though I have not came across too many people that will tell me no, I always bounce back with those two characteristics.

How did you hook up with Blazed Up Records?
Through my big homie General p. We did a song called Fuck the Police and he and I went to the Thirsty Goat in Waterbury Connecticut and perform that song at an open mic. For anyone that doesn't know about open mics you have a certain time and then you get off to let the next artist go. We rock that so hard the audience asked us for an encore and he got signed that night. I told him I wanted in as well and he hooked me up.

Is there anything else you would like to plug, any shout outs?
I'M LETTING ALL REAL HIP HOP HEADS KNOW!!  Blazed up records is coming through the smash on this hip hop game!! Shout out to my squad shout out to my family shout out to my wife and my son and y'all stay funky and keep watching the Stars cuz we finna kill it!!

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