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Monday, September 23, 2013

Interview with Jayce Verse





South East Hip Hop Magazine recently sat down with Georgia based recording artist Jayce Verse to discuss his history, his future, his latest single "The Twerk Song" and more in this in-depth interview!


South East Hip Hop:  How are you doing right now Jayce Verse? 
JV: Things are going very well for hip hop as a whole right now so I'm good.



South East Hip Hop:  Why do you call yourself Jayce Verse?
JV: It's a play on words that my nephew came up with and it stuck. 



South East Hip Hop:  What inspired you to want to become an artist?
JV:  I had something to say. I wanted the world to know MY viewpoint, and maybe make some money doing it, but these days its hard.



South East Hip Hop:  How would you describe yourself as an artist?
JV: I'm a sponge, I soak up as much as I can, and then I release it to a tablet. I write by emotion therefore im an emotional artist



South East Hip Hop:  For those that don't know, where are you located?
JV: Ga kin folk! Augusta, Atlanta, Savannah an all points in between



South East Hip Hop:  How would you describe the music scene where you are?
JV: Sink or Swim. Its hard to get independent shows here.So at home we PUSH hard usually its not until  I'm way away from home that I get any real recognition



South East Hip Hop:   What type of beats bring out the best in what you do?
JV: Gangsta, Dungeon bass and hood beats.



South East Hip Hop:  What beatmakers/ producers have you worked with? 
JV: The Track Officialz, Cash Jordan (of the track officialz) Mr. Kooman, All Arounda Beats, Mr Mikeyz, like im always looking to freshen my sound and work with new producers



South East Hip Hop:   Do you buy beats as well?
JV: Yes 90% of beats from my projects have been bought or bartered for



South East Hip Hop:   What other artists have you worked with so far?
JV: RAY MONEE, DREGO THA GREAT, Dru Deadly,Phantom Music Group



South East Hip Hop:   Who would you like to collaborate with in the future?
JV: 8BALL & MJG, M&M, RICKY RO$$, PASTOR TROY, KELLY ROWLAND, CIARA, BRIAN ANGEL, PETEY PABLO



South East Hip Hop:   Are you familiar with a rapper/ beatmaker by the name of Mr. Boom Boom Bang?  He's located in Atlanta.  I think you would sound real good over one of his beats based on what I've heard from you.  Would you ever consider working with him?
JV: No I've never heard of buddy, but I'll research him now, and hell yes I'll work with him!  If you are on ya real grind and you are about finishing a project an pushing it I'm down to do it shawty real talk.



South East Hip Hop:  You have a hot single out right now called "The Twerk Song", for those that have yet to hear it, how would you describe this song? 
JV: Its a party song girls like to shake they ass. Guys like to watch ass shake. I feel I'm doing everyone a public service! GONE TWERK IT GURL!!



South East Hip Hop: Who did you work with for this single? 
JV: The beat came from Cash Jordan, it was engineered and mastered by Richie Ray of Phantom Music 



South East Hip Hop: Speaking of "twerking", what do you have to say about Miley Cyrus and her "twerking" at the MTV VMAs? 
JV: Apparently she has been hanging with the Mandingos, but she needs more ass than that jiggling for me to pay her some attention... We got PAWGS down here. 2 more Whopper burgers Miley then you'll be right babe. 


South East Hip Hop: What has been 3 major highlights in your career as an artist so far?
JV: Being in the top 5 in my city on reverb nation for 6 weeks, performing in Starkville MS with my hommie Stunna Mane, Covering Magazines from other countries.



South East Hip Hop:  What was one of the worst experiences you've faced as an artist and how did you bounce back or learn from it?
JV: I almost died my best friend locked me in a refrigerator an ran home. I was young it was scary. I stayed calm and my grand father found me. So I learned that even if it is your best friend u cant trust anyone, an some people disappear when the heat is on.  In the end you only have you.



South East Hip Hop:  Where do you see yourself as an artist in the next 5 years?
JV: Running the company doing my Birdman 5 star and acting in movies becoming a major force in entertainment



South East Hip Hop:  What plans do you have for the rest of 2013?
JV:  Videos videos videos...did I mention I'ma do some videos?!



South East Hip Hop:  Is there anything else you would like to plug?  Any shout outs?
JV: S/O Nikita soambitious Middleton an the team behind me that makes Jayce Verse a hot artist. To my Social Media followers and fans I love ya'll man for real u make me go hard, and I appreciate it a lot. World MOB Ent. we here at the table eating an we wont leave until we get FULL!!
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: MODERN DAY BATTLE OF DAVID AND GOLIATH - ACADEMY OF COUNTRY MUSIC VS. ACM RECORDS

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
PRESS CONTACT: Michael C. Luckman  (212) 995-0384
MODERN DAY BATTLE  OF DAVID AND GOLIATH: ACADEMY OF COUNTRY MUSIC VS. ACM RECORDS


ACM Records is fighting for it's name in a modern day
Battle of David and Goliath currently being played out
between the small independent record label based in New
Jersey and the Academy of Country Music, which allegedly
wants to use the title ACM Records to expand it's thriving
record business.


Despite the fact that the Academy of Country Music had
it's trademark application for the title "ACM Fan Jam"
rejected because of alleged copyright confusion
with ACM Records' existing trademark, the organization,
which is known for it's annual awards show televised on
CBS, has filed a lawsuit against ACM Records
in the Federal Count in Los Angeles, California seeking
to prevent the well respected indie music label from
continuing to do business under it's longtime corporate
name.


Founded 20 years ago by Al Cohen and Eve Adams, ACM
incorporated in 1991 and registered the company's
name in 2008.  On February 21, 2011 the United States
Patent Office rejected an application by the Academy
of Country Music for use of the title, "ACM Fan Jam,"
ruling that the name could easily be confused with
the ACM Records trademark.  Nonetheless, the Academy
of Country Music has continued to use the title,
"ACM Fan Jam," to promote live music events and in
2011 began to distribute compact discs under the name
"ACM ZinePak."


"We don't have a problem with the Academy of
Country Music using ACM as their abbreviation," said
the co-owners of ACM Records, "but we will not allow
them to infringe on our musical territory.  If
necessary we may seek an injunction to prevent the
Academy of Country Music from distributing products
that confuse the public as to their source.  The
Academy needs to practice what many of their artists
preach:  America is all about fairness for the little
guy."

ACM Records represents hundreds of recording artists
from all types of musical genres including rock, folk,
country as well as hip hop artists such as MCBEE-X,
Shif-T, Warchild, Seven, Minister Kane, and the
legendary Grandmaster Melle Mel among many others. The
label also represents songwriters, composers, and
producers that have had tunes placed on major
television network stations ranging from NBC, CBS, E!,
MTV, Discovery to FX on programs such as "Smash",
"justified", "Law and Order", "Nikitia" and
"Saturday Night Live" just to name a few, in addition
to their artists songs placed in numerous feature
films including the smash country hit, "Brokeback
Mountain: and the hip hop classic, "Paid in Full"."

Friday, September 20, 2013

So Much More Than A Recording Artist, Covan Magee Vows To Bring You Truth!

Recording Artist Covan chooses to use his talents for a greater purpose than himself. As a motivational speaker he chooses to educate and uplift people in a positive way based on his own enlightenment and experience.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

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Get The Word Out by Recording Artist Covan
Get The Word Out by Recording Artist Covan
PRLog (Press Release) - Sep. 17, 2013 - TAMPA, Fla. -- "I'm currently engaged in many activities revolving around today's most critical issues in America. As a recording artist I choose to use my talents for a greater purpose than myself. As a motivational speaker I educate and uplift people in a positive way based on my own enlightenment and experience. I have many values all which are positive, I understand that I'm NOT perfect and never will have all the answers. Like many I have a hard knock life back story to tell, but it's not a matter of what I been through it's a matter of how I overcame it. I say 'Never forget the past, for it is a reminder for the future.'; meaning you have to fail to succeed, but should learn from mistakes to not repeat them. I hold Jesus and God close and closer each day to my heart, with truth fueling my soul." ~ Covan Magee

Covan
 is looking forward to the launch of his new radio show "What do you stand for?" This show will be designed to expose the disinformation and lies fed to us every day. "What do you stand for?" will explain how the Bible and Revelations ties into the world today both culturally and politically. It will give listeners an opportunity and platform to discuss their concerns and ask questions. The show will be a perfect blend of discussions, conscious truth music and prayer. Unlike any other show Covan is not afraid to give a healthy dose of the Lord in his political discussions.

Covan Magee was born in Kings County, Brooklyn, NY and hails from Staten Island, NY. He has music in his blood, being the cousin of the legendary R & B group the Force Md's. He was formerly known as"Recording Artist Phantom" and "Phantom The Rapper." Covan had an epiphany and decided it was time for the "Rebirth" of Covan Magee and goodbye to Recording Artist Phantom. Covan is now focusing on getting serious messages to the fans in these turbulent times.

Covan is a jack of all trades but most call him a “messenger”. Covan is making a statement in the music industry, through his love of 90's music by keeping the sophisticated lyrical technique and flowing syncopations of jazz-hip hop alive in an era when commercial gangsta rap and auto tune is threatening to obliterate everything in its path. His literate, intelligent, nimbly performed rhymes and political consciousness certainly doesn't fit the fashions of the "moment," but he is determined to win a devoted audience.

Covan was discovered and currently managed by Michelle “Chella" Magee (wife) a former Warner brothers/Atlantic/Elektra records employee, currently Chairman & Publicist of Bullz Eye Entertainment Inc. Covan is also a partner and Vice President of Bullz Eye Entertainment Inc.

Releasing his 2011 single "FREEDOM" Feat. Kenya Hunter-Placido with Oscar Sanchez (Affluent Records), former Def Jam A&R rep; Rawkus Records A&R.
In 2010 backed behind two powerhouse producers “Lawrence Worrell aka L.A.W and Toma Meert aka “Toma Beats,” Covan emerged as a rising star in the digital world with “Just Another Day” produced by L.A.W. (Planet 12 Productions) & “Just Consider” produced by Toma Beats, both landing him on the critically acclaimed CBS “Studio 10 Morning Show” and the late night television show “ The Motown Maurice Show”,as well as a live performance at “The Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center (The Straz Center).”

In 2009, Covan's “Rookie of the Year” had been featured on popular mixtapes such as DJ Gemstarr’s “Inglorious Bastards” and DJ Whyking’s “Ghetto Muzik Vol. 2.”

In 2007 Covan's collaboration with Universal/50/50 Konvict Muzik artist “Qwes" single “Million Wayz" landed on Konvict Muzik Mixtape “On The Loose Vol. 2.”

2006, Mr. Magee decided to join the United States Army (Florida National Guard) in response to becoming a father, inspired him to write a song for the troops called "I'll Be Home One Day."

His latest single "Get The Word Out" is receiving rave reviews from top industry professionals and has landed him a spot on Warner Brothers A&R rep Lisa Castillo's roster. See what industry heavy hitters are saying about the single below:

LISA CASTILLO A&R REP WARNER BROTHERS MUSIC

Wowsers!!!!!!!!!! I'm HIGHLY IMPRESSED!!! The song was IMMACULATE  Covan really formulated his self to communicate with the beat. The rhythm was OUTSTANDING, lyrics we're GREAT. "I will fight all the way to the end, I bring you the real that's the fact." This song has quality in the sound. Overall, I would grade this a A+++++++++!!!!!!! GREAT JOB COVAN!!!!! This song is a banger one of the best I've heard out of your work so far, keep up the good work. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED!!!

K MICHAEL /PRESIDENT FOREVER K MICHAEL DESIGNER EYEWEAR (FKM LLC)

"Refreshing and creative. A new sound for the summer. Something everyone should check out, a lot more innovate than what's out on radio now. Keep up the good work."

TEVAN SAVAGE CEO/EDITOR OF HIP-HOP VIBE

"This is the independent song of the summer"

RICHARD HAASE (ART DIRECTOR. PRODUCTION DESIGNER) - KNOWN FOR "THE WOOD"; ENTOURAGE

It seems very ood very catchy; quality work,I am not an expert in rap singles,but I think its really good!!!!!!

CYRUS WEBB HOST OF CONVERSATIONS LIVE RADIO SHOW

With "Changing Tides" recording artist Covan is showing that a different sound is coming to Hip Hop. It's a return to the meaning behind the songs and a message that is clear and ready to be received. If you are looking for something that will have you feeling good and ready for the world then this is it.

GINNY SCALES-MEDEIROS, AUTHOR  (What is Normal?)

The implicit message of this new rap song by Covan, showcases his raw talent and sharp instincts. It has already been embraced by plenty of people, Covan's lyrics are relevant for our current state of world affairs.

PURCHASE "GET THE WORD OUT" HERE:
http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/recordingartistcovan

Stay up to date on Recording Artist Covan:

http://www.bullzeyeent.com/recording-artist-covan-magee.html

http://www.facebook.com/recordingartistcovan

https://soundcloud.com/recording-artist-covan

http://www.twitter.com/bullzeyeent.com

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Break Dancing at Snug Harbor in Charlotte, NC

 
A quick video of b-boys breaking and hip hop dancing at Snug Harbor in Charlotte, NC at a weekly hip hop event called Nocturnal. SUBSCRIBE athttp://www.youtube.com/TheCarolinaInquirer 

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Listen to the NEW Mixtape The Rebuild from 
Mr. Boom Boom Bang here at this link

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Marvel Super Villain Also Raps! Check it out here!


Youtube has announced the week of Aug. 4th - Aug. 10th as "Geek Week", promoting videos that have comic book, video game, anime and sci-fi themes, and to ride the current wave of Geek Week, Just Some Guy Named "Jay" has made a video review of MCBEE-X's "I'm the King Pin" single that plays off of the ACM Recording artists striking resemblance to Marvel's King Pin.  Listeners can click the embedded youtube link above to hear the review.




To listen to the single just click on this link.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LY7JwefKul0

Monday, September 16, 2013

Mr. Boom Boom Bang featured on SouthPromo.Com's E Newsletter

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New Mixtape from Mr Boom Boom Bang
TRACK LIST
01. Justify
02. Eyes On Me
03. Feel Good
04. Listen
05. Hello Money ft Ray J
06. Shotta ft Bebee BMF
07. Good Ones
08. Rebuild
09. No Where To Go
10. Trust Nobody
11. Underdog
12. Focus
13. Territorial Ft Young Hott
14. Whatever ft Young Hott
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Sunday, September 15, 2013

The Rebuild Mixtape featured in the Brand New Hip Hop Blog!

Brand New Hip Hop

The Rebuild Mixtape by Mr. Boom Boom Bang is now being featured in the Brand New Hip Hop Blog!  Check it out here at this direct link
http://www.brandnewhiphopblog.blogspot.com/2013/08/brand-new-hip-hop-mixtape-rebuild-by-mr.html


GET MORE UPDATES ON MR BOOM BOOM BANG AT
http://www.boomboombangblog.blogspot.com

Grandmaster Melle Mel is BACK!!

Boom Bap Universe

The premier site that salutes true hip hop, and underground rap dedicated a recent post to rap pioneer and ACM Records featured artist Grandmaster Melle Mel!  

Check out the post at this direct link here
http://boombapuniverse.blogspot.com/2013/07/hip-hop-pioneer-grandmaster-melle-mel.html


Melle Mel


Check out ACM Records at http://www.acmrecordsblog.blogspot.com

Saturday, September 14, 2013

DJ Colossal has great things to say about Mr. Boom Boom Bang's Rebuild Mixtape!



Popular club DJ and member of The Giant Blast Digital DJ Pool, DJ Colossal had a lot of great things to say about Mr. Boom Boom Bang's latest anthology titled The Rebuild on the iPod pick section of The Blast Blog!  DJ Colossal also mentions his favorite tracks from the project as well.  Read all about it here at this link
http://theblastblog.blogspot.com/2013/08/dj-colossals-ipod-pick-mr-boom-boom.html


Get more updates on Mr. Boom Boom Bang at http://www.boomboombangblog.blogspot.com


Mixtape Spotlight: Arlis Michaels DONT WATCH ME, WATCH YOUR MOTHERF****** KIDS! (FREE DOWNLOAD INSIDE)

Check out the latest mixtape from Arlis Michaels titled 
Don't Watch Me, Watch Your Motherf****** Kids!




New Mixtape!! 

ARLIS MICHAELS 

DONT WATCH ME, WATCH YOUR 

MOTHERF****** KIDS 

(hosted by: DJ J Boogie)


Download It Here:


NEW MIXTAPE FROM 
ARLIS MICHAELSDONT WATCH ME WATCH YOUR MOTHER F****** KIDS




1. B.A.D. prod by: BeatRyda
2. OKC  prod by: Butla Beats
3. Ain't no Tellin prod by: Arkatech beatz
4. Me and Your BM Feat. Young Pretty prod by: Cardiak
5. Christopher Walken Feat. Prince Shamel Prod By: Mugga Mancini
6. B**** Go Get A Job
7. Back Like a Neva Left feat. Spade O prod by: Mugga Mancini & Maestro
8. Alright feat. Prince Shamel prod by: Mugga Mancini & Maestro
9. F*** Yall prod by: Mugga Mancini
10. Hoes Keep Callin prod by: Butla Beats
11. How the Game Go feat. Prince shamel prod by: Butla Beats
12. Christopher Walken Remix feat. Prince shamel prod by: Mugga Mancini & Maestro
13. Me, Myself, And I Prod by: Beatryda




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New Video: Arlis Michaels "Ain't No Tellin'"


Check out the new music video starring Arlis Michaels titled "Ain't No Tellin'"! Get more updates on Arlis Michaels at his official promo blog at http://www.arlismichaelsblog.blogspot.com


The History of Mr. Boom Boom Bang (Bio)


Mr. Boom Boom Bang, born Nigel Amaker in Philadelphia, PA. was destined to become
a rap sensation.  The triple threat known for rapping, producing and songwriting had 
aspirations of being apart of the growing music industry at a very young age.  When a young 
Nigel and his family moved to Atlanta, GA AK Black Hollywood in the 90s, the artist already  
had a plan and vision to take his talents to the next level!  


         While attending high school in Georgia, Nigel formed a group known as the Flystarz with a close friend of his.  The two entered a V-103 FM talent showcase produced by 
Dee Jay Greg Street in which the group Flystarz won by performing one of their earlier songs titled "Icing On My Cake".    Winning the V-103 Talent show opened many doors for the artists, creating plenty of opportunities such as catching the attention of Moses Dailey of Hearsay Records.  Moses saw the potential in Nigel, and put the rising talent in the studio to work with Alabama stationed singer Stacey Reign (now known for performing on songs with super star rap artist Flo-Rida). 


After working with Stacey, Moses helped Nigel develop his sound, and improve on his song
writing skills in which Nigel used his new and improved polished talents to construct the 
career changing song called "I Hit Your Girl" which lead to everyone in the studio giving him
the title of Mr. Boom Boom Bang (for "Boom Boom Banging" the ladies of course).  




With Mr. Boom Boom Bang's new image, tighter flow, polished songwriting skills, and 
more crisp and improved production skills, Mr. Boom Boom Bang released his first single 
and music video "Fasure" which generated such a huge buzz in the streets of Atlanta that
the fans demanded more!  Mr. Boom Boom Bang supplied the fans  with what they wanted 
by putting out his first mixtape The Big Bang!  The success of The Big Bang lead to his follow 
up project, The Big Bang 2 hosted by popular southern mixtape, DJ and on air personality DJ Scrill.




The cosign from DJ Scrill and buzz from the mixtapes lead to more doors opening for Mr. Boom Boom Bang such as drop requests from famous DJs, a feature in Hype Magazine, performing at various venues across the south east, being featured on Coast2Coast Mixtapes and more!



After the big explosion caused by Mr. Boom Boom Bang's music and buzz, it was time to rebuild and that's exactly what the GA stationed artist did by releasing The Rebuild Mixtape in the summer of 2013!  Mr. Boom Boom Bang's 2013 anthology featured bangers such as "Listen", "Don't Trust Nobody" and "Good Ones"! 


          Mr. Boom Boom Bang is a multi talented recording artist that continues to create powerful music in this new generation of hip hop!  

For more information, booking, drops and other requests contact Moses Dailey at 404 239 8062