Sunday, September 25, 2016
The Infamous DJ Killher Kev is certainly rocking with Lil' Hines' new single and video "A Few"! This is what he had to say after checking out the single for himself.
Its a dope record and nice clean video the hook is
very catchy and easy to remember, the times
of this new age music ... #DjkillherKev #stapmed #Tgci #Approved
- DJ Killher Kev
Check out the official music video for the single by Lil' Hines titled "A Few" here at this direct link
Recently Lil' Hines' single "A Few" was played on Power 104.4 FM's Sunday Prime Spot titled "Getting Nosy" hosted by Tenai and Some Guy Named Jay! Listen to the single and watch the video here at this direct link
DJ BME can certainly trust Mr. Boom Boom Bang's new single "Can't Trust Nobody"! This is what the popular mixtape DJ had to say about the song after receiving it from "Some Guy Named Jay".
Deep track..very relatable in certain areas of song..
Sounds more real when music deal with
real life experiences! #DjBME #BMELLC
- DJ BME
Listen to Mr. Boom Boom Bang's "Can't Trust Nobody" here at this direct link
Mr. Boom Boom Bang's latest single "Can't Trust Nobody" was recently featured on Power 104.4 FM's Sunday prime spot titled "Getting Nosy" hosted by Tenai & Some Guy Named Jay. You can catch "Getting Nosy" every Sunday from 4:00 to 6:00 PM EST.
Listen to "Can't Trust Nobody" here at this direct link
If you are a DJ that needs drops or a copy of Mr. Boom Boom Bang's single, just e-mail "Jay" at SoutheastHipHopMag@yahoo.com
Friday, September 23, 2016
(Olatunji Mason pictured in the center of legendary Hip Hop group Nice & Smooth)
Prominent urban music producer / songwriter, Olatunji Mason best known for working with Shabba Ranks, Krumb Snatcha and many more is certainly rocking with Georgia based recording artist Lil' Hines' new single "A Few". This is what he had to say.....
That's a real southern anthem there!
I was getting into the message of the lyrics!
- Olatunji Mason
Listen to the single and watch the video to "A Few" from Lil' Hines here at this direct link
Thursday, September 22, 2016
Monday, September 19, 2016
Southeast Hip Hop Magazine featured artist General Grown's
single "All Gas, No Brakes" is getting spins on Power 104.4 FM's
Sunday Prime Slot "Getting Nosy" hosted by Tenai & Some Guy Named Jay
from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM EST!
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Friday, September 9, 2016
Southeast Hip Hop Magazine featured artist General Grown is nominated this year again for an ATL's HOTTEST Award! Keep checking back for more updates!
Thursday, September 8, 2016
Check out new Southeast Hip Hop Magazine featured artist Skully! Skully currently has a hot new single out featuring N.O.R.E. titled "Fully Loaded"! Listen to the single here at this direct link
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Monday, September 5, 2016
Check out the Southeast Hip Hop Magazine featured album of the week but Marcus Sincere titled Sincerely Yours!
Preview the album and purchase it from iTunes at this direct link below (and the album is also available anywhere music is being sold digitally).
Thursday, September 1, 2016
Celebrity Publicist Michelle Magee (best known for working with artists such as Waka Flocka, Ludacris, Mr. Cheeks of the Lost Boyz and more) gives LeeLee and her single / music video "No Money" a great review! This is what she had to say after checking out the single for herself.
LeeLee has the ability to go far in the industry.
Nice melodic flow, would love to hear her step
outside the box however with some conscious hip hop.
Her talent and ability to spit are appealing and I think
this is the start of a lasting career as she continues to
work hard and perfect her craft.
- Michelle Magee of Bullz Eye Entertainment
Listen to LeeLee's new single "No Money" here at this direct link https://youtu.be/xIRLnuXtBBU
Tuesday, August 30, 2016
13th Floor Boys are back! They won fans over with their single last year ‘Dab” and had the most discerning listeners dancing. These young guys got the recipe for success they are focused, driven and talented! Their much anticipated mixtape. "Back To School" is now available on Live Mix Tapes..
@13thFloorBoys3 – School Daze :: #GetItLIVE! @IndyTapes @DJSwampIzzo
Thursday, August 25, 2016
Southeast Hip Hop Magazine recently sat down with rising poet, songwriter and Blacktopian poet Darrell Herbert to discuss his poetic masterpieces, humanitarian work, and more in this in depth exclusive interview! Step into the mind of this superb writer, poet and master of the English language.
Southeast Hip Hop Magazine: Hey Darrell Herbert, how are you? You ready for this interview?
Darrell Herbert: I am fine. I am ready for my interview.
Southeast Hip Hop Magazine: You call yourself an "Artivist", for those that may not know, what exactly is an "Artivist"?
Darrell Herbert: For those that may not know, what exactly is an Artivist is, it is an artist who combines their artistic expression with acts of activism.
Southeast Hip Hop Magazine: What are some of the causes that you take up and believe in fighting for?
Darrell Herbert: Some of the causes that I take up and believe in fighting for are gender roles, diseases, and homelessness. These causes, among many others, have really made me more of an aggressive writer, especially when I read about it, or hear about it through multiple media outlets.
Southeast Hip Hop Magazine: Do you also take part in volunteering your time and services to charity or participate in humanitarian work?
Darrell Herbert: I actually do take part in volunteering my time and services to charity, and participate in humanitarian work. I have volunteered my time by reading my poetry special needs children, or the ill. I volunteered at the Presbyterian Nursing Home by hosting bingo night. I volunteered at the Sauquoit School District by helping move boxes of food for families in need. I volunteered at NY Mills Elementary school by handing out Valentines Day cards and candy to a kindergarten class. I have also volunteered in an artist collective called Live from Underground by volunteering at community events including food drives, fundraising, and children activities. I donated money to a charity that ensures more educational opportunities for unprivileged youths. My participation in humanitarian work include Making Strides against Breast Cancer Walk, Kidney Walk, Heart & Run Walk, Relay For Life, March for Babies Walk, Walk To End Alzheimer's, and The Revolutionary Challenge Summer Project.
Southeast Hip Hop Magazine: What are some of the changes you would like to see in America, or in the world?
Darrell Herbert: Some of the changes I would like to see in America have to deal with censorship, and this crazy unrealistic body image. I hate that someone is excluded from a certain group just because they do not look the part. Nobody should feel isolated from another group of people just for the simple fact that they are too skinny, or are overweight.
Southeast Hip Hop Magazine: Now, getting on to the subject of your poetry, how does writing poetry make you feel?
Darrell Herbert: Well, that all depends on what I am feeling at that particular moment. Writing when I am at my most vulnerable state of mind gives me more of an inspiration to piss people off with what I write about. Making people uncomfortable is how I want them to feel. I say this because so many subjects are translated in music videos and the media, and we are so used to it. I have to be the one to break that cycle. Pushing buttons also pushes the envelope.
Southeast Hip Hop Magazine: What are some of the topics and subjects you usually write about?
Darrell Herbert: The topics and subjects that I usually write about deal with relationships, isolation, depression, suicide, addiction, bullying, self-harm, racism, resentment, feelings of indifference to others, insecurities, among many others.
Southeast Hip Hop Magazine: Where can the readers find some of your material?
Darrell Herbert: Readers can find my material in "Best Teen Writing of 2014," by Hannah Jones, Writers- Black Artists Connected Blog, Yellow Chair Review, Poetic Treasures Magazine, Section 8 Magazine, Blacktopia: Black Utopia Society Blog, Woman of P.O.W.E.R. blog, Media Blast Press, as well as in HangTime Magazine and The Lemonade Stand Magazine.
Southeast Hip Hop Magazine: Have you considered writing a book of poetry, or some type of project showcasing your true talents and gifts?
Darrell Herbert: I actually have considered writing a book of poetry, or some type of project showcasing my true talents and gifts. This was actually brought to my attention when a friend of mine suggested that I write a book about my life. There's a lot that I can go into, but, you be the judge of that.
Southeast Hip Hop Magazine: You also write songs too, who are some of the artists that you've worked with so far?
Darrell Herbert: I have worked with artists such as B.R.E, James Brown, SIRR, and there are others.
Southeast Hip Hop Magazine: How would you describe yourself as a songwriter?
Darrell Herbert: I would have to describe myself as a person with zero filter, and I understand the beauty in simplicity.
Southeast Hip Hop Magazine: What's the difference between writing poems and writing lyrics?
Darrell Herbert: For me, writing poetry is about being more blunt and in your face. Whereas writing song lyrics allows me to release more of my vulnerable side.
Southeast Hip Hop Magazine: Who are some of your favorite recording artists from any genre of music?
Darrell Herbert: Some of my favorite recording artists are Rosangelica Lopez, Wombman, The Tree Lady, Angeline Sol, Last Dinosaurs, Animal Collective, Panda Bear, Sol Stones, Darrell Herbert, Bob Marley, Janis Joplin, Bonnie "Prince" Billy, Michael Jackson, Jim Morrison, Alexisonfire, Paramore, Egypt Central, From Autumn To Ashes, My Chemical Romance, Nonpoint, and Kurt Cobain, just to name a few.
Southeast Hip Hop Magazine: Is there anything else in this interview that you would like to plug or mention?
Darrell Herbert: I can by found on Facebook at Darrell Herbert. My Facebook page is Darrell Herbert. I can be found on Instagram at tales_life. My Tumblr is darrellherbert, and my Vimeo is Darrell Herbert.
Friday, August 19, 2016
Check out the newest Southeast Hip Hop Music Video Spotlight on Southeast Hip Hop featured artist Lil' Hines titled "A Few"! Watch the video and post your feedback and opinion below.
Check out the new Southeast Hip Hop video spotlight of the week on rising Atlanta, GA based recording artist / performer Mr. Boom Boom Bang titled "Can't Trust Nobody". Watch the video above and post your feedback on the song and video below. Keep checking back for more updates on Mr. Boom Boom Bang here on Southeast Hip Hop.
Tuesday, August 16, 2016
This Southeast Hip Hop Artist spotlight is dedicated to the poet Darrell Herbert. Not only is he a poet, but he's also a self described "Artivist" as well (an artist that is also an activist).
Here is a little more information on Darrell Herbert the Artivist, in his own words.....
I am a recipient of a National Silver Medal and Gold Key, presented by the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards of 2014 for his poem “Racism in America.” U was selected as a final inclusion for the “The Best Teen Writing Of 2014,” by Hannah Jones. My nationally recognized poem also earned me a performance at the prestigious Carnegie Hall, a performance at Pratt Institute’s Pratt Manhattan Gallery, a congratulatory letter written by Senator Charles E. Schumer, and a participating member of the Art.Write.Now 2014 Tour. In addition to this, my nationally recognized poem was even taught inside of West Chester East High School. My poetry has also been featured in the likes of Writers- Black Artists Connected Blog, Yellow Chair Review, Poetic Treasures Magazine, Media Blast Press, as well as in HangTime Magazine and The Lemonade Stand Magazine three consecutive times respectively.
Keep checking back for more updates on Darrell Herbert.
Get Connected with Darrell Herbert on Social Media
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Vimeo: Darrell Herbert
Monday, August 15, 2016
Check out this week's Southeast Hip Hop video spotlight on new female drill music artist hailing from the Queen City, Charlotte, NC. The video is "No Money" by the artist LeeLee! Check out the single for yourself and post your comments and feedback. Keep checking back with Southeast Hip Hop for more information on LeeLee and her music!
Saturday, August 13, 2016
Music and Entertainment industry professional Candice Norwood recently checked out the official music video for General Grown's "All Gas, No Brakes" and this is what she had to say after listening and watching.....
General Grown has amazing
flow along with his great choice
of beat and accelerating video to
his new song All Gas No Brakes.
A GREAT song and video !!
I like it really liked the start of
video when car took off like drag race
- Candice Norwood
Watch the official General Grown music video for "All Gas, No Brakes" here at this direct link https://youtu.be/u90jx9MUIVw
Check out our Southeast Hip Hop music video pick of the week by SEHH featured artist General Grown titled "All Gas, No Brakes" the latest single and music video from his current mixtape of the same name. Watch it, check it out, listen and post your feedback below. Keep checking back with Southeast Hip Hop for more updates on General Grown.
Monday, August 8, 2016
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