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Monday, February 29, 2016

Upcoming Rhyme Scheme Show Dates for March and May 2016

Check out all these upcoming Rhyme Scheme show dates!
Also appearing with the legendary Spice 1.


















Sunday, February 28, 2016

DJ Supreme of CKUW 95.9 FM is rocking with Ms. Ke's "Party Time" Single



DJ Supreme of CKUW 95.9 FM is rocking with Ms. Ke's new single "Party Time" so much that he's certainly going to get behind the record and give it some love on the station!  This is what he had to say....

"The single Party Time by Ms. Ke, is most definitely a HOT ONE. I'm definitely going to push the record and spin it on CKUW 95.9 FM "We Build Hits Show" 4Sho. Keep up the hotness the industry needs this new hot sound."

Dj Supreme Aka Mr.GetItIn Aka TheThrowBack King


INDEED INDEED


Listen to Ms. Ke's "Party Time" here
Ms. Ke "Party Time" featuring K Bizzle
http://www.spreaker.com/user/southeasthiphop/ms-ke-party-time-featuring-k-bizzle




Ms. Ke opens up for Mikey Jay (March 26th 2016)

Ms. Ke is scheduled to open up for Def Jam Recording artist Mikey Jay on March 26th 2016 
at The Vanity Room 8014 Pulaski CHWY, Rosedale, MD!   
BE THERE

Lady Viper Promotions

Saturday, February 27, 2016

Rhyme Scheme performing tonight in Vegas (Feb. 27th)


Southeast Hip Hop Model Tyshay hosts The Benefit of Laff'n


Southeast Hip Hop Magazine featured model Tyshay will host the The Benefit of Laff'n CLEAN COMEDY SHOW on March 14th (Monday) 2016 7:30 PM at Scooter's Grill and Bar 1911 Sego Ct. Raleigh, NC.  $15 to enter!

Featuring Leroy Seabrook and Joe Perrow, along with Mike Mello, Brent Blakeney, John Boni, and Sam Mazany!

Presented by HASS Entertainment!

A portion of all proceeds will go to the Torchlight Academy!

Purchase Tickets and Get More Information at this Link
http://hassmusic.tunestub.com/event.cfm?cart&id=232815

Southeast Hip Hop Models: Interview with Tyshay




Southeast Hip Hop Magazine sits down with rising talented actress / model Tyshay to talk about her modeling career, her future plans, definition of beauty and more!  Read all about what she has to say in this nice, well thought out interview with the rising, shining beauty.



Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  Hey Tyshay! How are you doing today?
Tyshay:  I am doing great!  How are you?



Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  That's good to hear, I'm doing well myself.  Thanks for asking.  So, What inspired you to want to become a model?
Tyshay:  Tyra Banks and her show “America’Next Top Model”.





Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  How long have you been modeling?
Tyshay:  I have been modeling since I was 5 years old.



Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  How did you get started modeling?
Tyshay:  My mom started putting me in pageants and fashion shows.





Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  What has been one of your biggest accomplishments in your modeling career?
Tyshay:  My biggest accomplishment in modeling is where I am currently in my career. If not for Mon Trell’s Gems modeling agency I wouldn’t be right here right now.



Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  How would you define beauty?
Tyshay:  Beauty is what is within you. You don’t need make-up to make you beautiful.




Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  What makes you so beautiful?
Tyhsay:   Positive energy, personality and my smile.



Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  Not only do you model, but you are also an entertainer?
Tyshay: I host events, model and an actor.  I am currently rehearsing for a play. I am the main character of the play which will be debuting in late March.





Southeast Hip Hop Magazine: How would you describe yourself as a performer?
Tyshay: Shy, energetic and a great attitude



Southeast Hip Hop Magazine: Where do you see yourself in the next 5 years?
Tyshay: On the front cover of magazines, in videos, plays and maybe the big screen.  Definitely in my own home raising my daughter.







Southeast Hip Hop Magazine: In the future, what plans do you have for 2016? 
Tyshay: You can find me featured here on Southeast Hip Hop Magazine; other magazines features and in plays and videos.  At the same time I am pursuing a degree in Medical Assisting.



Southeast Hip Hop Magazine: Is there anything that you would like the readers to know about you that hasn’t been covered so far in this interview.
Tyshay: I mentioned that I am in a play called “The Motherless Child.”  I am a very hard working single mother just looking to see where life takes me…


Follow me on social media for information and updates on Tyshay.  https://facebook.com/Tyshay

You can also come meet me and other members of the HASS Entertainment family at   The Benefit of Laff’n Clean Comedy Show. The event is March 14, 2016 @ Scooter’s Grill and Bar 1911 Sego Ct. Raleigh, NC. 

I will be hosting this spectacular event, a portion of the proceeds go to Torchlight Academy of Raleigh, NC. Torchlight is a charter school that although the struggle with funding provide a highly stimulating learning environment for its students. HASS Entertainment is proud to host this benefit for such a wonderful organization.








Friday, February 26, 2016

Interview with Queen Peezy (talks about her music, past and being an Openly Homosexual female Rap Artist)



Southeast Hip Hop Magazine recently spoke to Queen Peezy about her music, her past, influences, artists she would like to work with and getting her to talk about her experience as an openly homosexual female rap artist.  Read all about what she has to say in this in-depth, one on one interview with Queen Peezy and Southeast Hip Hop!



Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  How are you doing Queen Peezy?
Queen Peezy:  Hi im doing good, maintaining, grinding working on my first mixtape "Queen Pin " the introduction planing to drop early March.



Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  Why do you call yourself Queen Peezy?
Queen Peezy:  I call my self "Queen Peezy" because my father always called me QUEEN growing up and I never thought nothing less of my self.  Peanut is my nickname from birth, but PEEZY came from the gang/family "Porchlife" AKAthe "Turnt Up Porch On The MURDA" (Enfield St) Bros said they couldn't call me Peanut so peanut turned into Peezy meaning cool, laid back, stay FLEE, love to turn up, little and still get it poppin & snatch all the "Breezies" (laughs) as they say "Peezie Make Look Easy" so I put both of them together Queen Peezy. My Ego (laughs).



Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  How would you describe yourself as an artist?
Queen Peezy:  Different, fun, flashy, real and confident and I don't care what people saying I keep doing me and fans still love it.


Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  What are some of the things you rap about as an artist?
Queen Peezy:  Some things that I rap about as an artist are real life, turning up, family, the streets, pain, sex, love and money.



Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  What makes you stand out and different from all the other artists in the game right now?
Queen Peezy:  Me being "gay" already is different.  My style as of dressing, dancing my swag...those on tracks.  I also bring a certain type of energy coming from some of my fans now .



Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  How has your experience been as an artist being an openly gay female rapper?
Queen Peezy:  I wake up every morning.  My family alive, I'm blessed and I thank god everyday.  I'm no different from any other REGULAR rapper.


Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  Right now you are an independent / underground rapper, do you believe that hip hop is ready for a mainstream rapper that's openly homosexual? 
Queen Peezy:  Why wouldn't they be its already out there most just not openly.


Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  I believe it may be harder for a male rapper that's openly gay to become successful than it would be for a female who is a lesbian to gain success in hip hop on a larger scale, do you agree or disagree with that, and if so why is that in your own words?
Queen Peezy:  Look at Empire ..ok I know you are familiar with Jamal is right?  He is gay.  It took him a min to come out but he became successful.  People like his music, people should not care about nobody sexuality if the artist is speaking truth why criticize?


Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  Getting back to your music, who are some of the people you've worked with?
Queen Peezy:  I've worked with mostly all local artists like Ace Streets, Dour, Ziggy The Grate, Nuski, Ray Traplife, Kompton, Rell.  I'm also working on a track with Bill Blacks and another track with Young V.  I've dealt with some producers like Malik Mulis Aka Lord Nobal, Ty Nitty Gwop , Beanz and Blazed Up Records.



Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  Who would you like to work with in the future?
Queen Peezy:  Anybody from the hood long as they ain't no fuck niggas & they wavey.  Or if we got good history.  Industry artists like 50 Cent , Cassiday, The Lox, Mob Deep, Nas, Free Max B. if he was still out ill be on it (laughs). Kendrick Lamar, Eryka Badu, Mary J., Chris French & Dej.


Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  How did you hook up with Abiss and sign under Blazed Up Records?
Queen Peezy:  I've know Abiss since middle school.  She was a "Staff" for and after school program called Comapas.  She was always real cool and was like one of my mentors she made sure I was on track and if i needed something if she could she would help, but we linked up recently through facebook.  I was looking for more studios & we have been working with each other every since.  She cool peope & she mean business.


Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  What are your plans for the rest of this year?
Queen Peezy:  Just to keep aiming for my goals making music and keep living life.


Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
Queen Peezy:  Being on top in underground rap and if I do make it to the industry god bless me!



Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  Is there anything else you would like to plug or mention?
Queen Peezy:  Thank you to all my supporters, family, fans, and haters.  I love ya'll I'mma keep working.  S/O MurdaGang, Homicide Hartford,  Blazed Up Records , M1 Queen Pin.



Check out Queen Peezy's Music at this direct link

Saturday, February 20, 2016

Rhyme Scheme cosigns Ms. Ke's "Party Time" single!


Rhyme Scheme (West Coast stationed artist that's worked with Spice 1, Kurupt, Yukmouth of The Luniz and more) recently cosigned Ms. Ke's single "Party Time"!  Check out what he had to say about her and the record.....

"Party Time" is a hot track. The beat is banging and Ms. Ke is spitting bars.


K Bizzle also came in with Hella swag. #Salute - Rhyme Scheme

INDEED

Check out Rhyme Scheme at http://www.rhymeschememusic.com



Check out Ms. Ke's single "Party Time" here on Youtube
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eeolm-IBr5Q

Get Rhyme Scheme with Kurupt & Spice 1 tour dates on The Giant Blast Mobile App.

  

You can check out upcoming tour dates starring 
Rhyme Scheme along with Kurupt and Spice 1 on 
Southeast Hip Hop Magazine and The Giant Blast Mobile App!

Keep checking back for more updates!



Southeast Hip Hop Model Sidney Ware is a Winner!!


Sidney Ware, a model recently featured in the Southeast Hip Hop Models section gave her opinion on Mr. Boom Boom Bang's current single "I'm Winning"!  This is what she had to say.  

"The song is fire!..... Mr. Boom Boom Bang stays consistent!"  - Sidney Ware


Indeed he does!


Sidney Ware is a winner and she is certainly a winner for checking out the track!  Everybody is a winner when they hear the new single from Mr. Boom Boom Bang!  Check it out here at this direct link and keep coming back for more updates.


Mr. Boom Boom Bang "I'm Winning":
http://www.spreaker.com/user/southeasthiphop/mr-boom-boom-bang-im-winning-clean




Thursday, February 18, 2016

The Blast Blog does a write up on Lil' Hines' "A Few"!





















The Blast Blog does an excellect write up on Lil' Hines' single "A Few" which was produced by K.E. on The Track!  

Read all about it here at this direct link
http://theblastblog.blogspot.com/2016/02/ke-on-track-who-has-worked-with-rick.html

Single Of The Week: Mr. Boom Boom Bang "I'm Winning"


Check out the latest single from Mr. Boom Boom Bang titled "I'm Winning"!  Mr. Boom Boom Bang is certainly Winning with all the new types of music he's been working on and releasing for 2016!  Check out the single below at this direct link
http://www.spreaker.com/user/southeasthiphop/mr-boom-boom-bang-im-winning-clean

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Model / Entertainer Spotlight: Tyshay






This week's spotlight is on Model / Entertainer Tyshay!  Keep checking back to Southeast Hip Hop for more updates, photos and an exclusive interview with Tyshay.  

Tyshay is an inspiring model that is expanding her career in many different areas of modeling. 

For booking information, email montrellmag@gmail.com

Get more information at this direct link as well
http://montrellmag.wix.com/montrellsgems

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Artist Spotlight: Marcus Sincere


Check out our latest Southeast Hip Hop Magazine featured artist Marcus Sincere!

Marcus Sincere's New Single 
"That Hoe Over There"
http://www.spreaker.com/user/southeasthiphop/marcus-sincere-that-hoe-over-there


Marcus Sincere Bio

The MerriamWebster
Dictionary defines the term “Sincere” as: 1. having or showing true
feelings that are expressed in an honest way and/or genuine 2. real: not false, fake, or
pretended. This is a suiting description of this rising young superstar quickly emerging from
United States. His unorthodox style, the uncanny lyrical arrangement and the unmatched
intensity through which he delivers his message, fuse together perfectly to create the Phenom
known as Sincere.

The product of NorthColumbus Mississippi’s Morningside projects to Kenosha Wisconsin, Marcus Sincere; or as he is more commonly known by close family and friends, Damarcus Pratt, was molded by the harsh realities of life very early. Raised in a single parent household, along with his two sisters, Sincere used his intrigue for music as a means to channel his anger, frustration and pain – a natural consequence of growing up in a motherless home. “Music later became more of a constructive outlet for the pressures of day to day life, but it initially started as just an appreciation for good music and the moments it creates,” Sincere expresses when asked to recall his early days in music.


Taking this approach, using music as a therapeutic means to express himself, ultimately ignited a passion; and what was once considered nothing more than mere therapy sessions started turning into very real studio sessions.  With his hit single, “Turn up,” set to make its debut, Sincere has taken
the accelerated pace of his career in stride. “It’s all about humility...I mean, let’s be honest, to
do this for a living is a privilege, and one not afforded to the many. Artists need to understand
that we [artists] are servants of and for the people.” This mentality has allowed Sincere to
instantly become a fan favorite, not only amongst those in the streets from which he was raised
and represents with every lyric he spits, but also in and throughout many of the urban
communities across the southeast. Sincere believes there has been yet another momentum
shift in the current state of HipHop, one that is taking us back to its origins. One can sense the
excitement in his voice as he describes what he projects to be a blindinglybright
future for HipHop, “Substantive lyrics, inspiring performances and respectable competition are all now back on the table. The bar has been reset, the people won’t be fooled anymore.” When asked
specifically about his artistry, Sincere alluded to his “team” and references not only his artistic
message but that of his entire movement, from the label to management and explains how his
artistry is encompassed in everything it does. “When we initially set out and made a decision
to pursue this thing professionally, we all agreed that it would be with and for a purpose. That
purpose, we later discovered was/is to assist in the collective efforts to ensure the evolution of
HipHop,hence the label’s name, Transcendence”.


With strong musical influences from the old school greats like Al Green and Michael Jackson
and some of HipHop’s legends like Nas, 2pac and Mobb deep along with fundamentally core
values rooted in church and family (and a father who continues to water his creative seeds),
this young man is primed for success. “I’m making music for any and everyone who appreciates
real talent, creative minds and meaningful discussion, now let’s just see where that takes us...”
and one can’t help but think that where it will take him is straight to the top. His music is
thought-provoking,
his demeanor – mysterious and his motives are very clear – transcendence











Saturday, February 13, 2016

The Newest Singles added to the WGIV Charlotte Playlist




Take a look at all the new songs that will be played during the WGIV Charlotte Prime slot / Ill-Famed Radio with your hosts Tenai Staley and Some Guy Named Jay!

Flyy Drexler "Came From Nothing"
Rhyme Scheme "Progression" featuring Armageddon & Revolver
Ms. Ke "Party Time"
Mr. Boom Boom Bang "I'm Winning"
Lil' Hines "A Few"

Expect to hear these songs in rotation for at least the next 6 to 8 weeks!  

For more information on getting music featured on the prime slot just e-mail JonathanGColeman@WGIV.net for more information.



Check out Ill Famed Mag Radio with your host Tenai Staley (along with Some Guy Named Jay) Tuesday at 7:30 PM EST on WGIV Charlotte by listening in on the Tune-In App. or http://www.wgivcharlotte.com



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E-mail us at SoutheastHipHopMag@yahoo.com for more information.  


Queen Peezy's Mixtape COMING SOON!

 

Queen Peezy's Mixtape 
Queen Pin Coming Soon!

Friday, February 12, 2016

SupaMann's Music and Links now featured in CW Music




   

The word on MMA Fighter / Rapper SupaMann is spreading all over the world wide web!  Now the artist / fighter's music is being featured in CW Music!  Check it out here at this direct link
http://www.ceezworld.com/2016/02/introducing-rapper-mma-fighter-supamann.html

The Behind the Scenes video of Rhyme Scheme's "Progression" single featured in CW Music





The behind the scenes, in the studio video of Rhyme Scheme's "Progression" single is now being featured in CW Music!  Check it out here at this direct link.
http://www.ceezworld.com/2016/02/rhyme-scheme-in-studio-working-on.html

The single features Armageddon of the late Big Pun's Terror Squad and Detroit emcee Revolver.

Thursday, February 11, 2016

Producer that's worked with Rick Ross, Nicki Minaj and more produces single for SEHH featured artist!

Lil Hines - A Few (Produced By K.E On The Track) - Download and Stream ... 

K.E. on the Track, the producer that's produced the hit singles "Swag Surfin'" by Fast Life Yungstaz, "All The Way Turnt Up" by Roscoe Dash featuring Soulja Boy, "Girlfriend" by Nicki Minaj "You the Boss" by Rick Ross & Nicki Minaj "Magic" by Future featuring T.I., "The Devil Is A Lie" by Rick Ross featuring Jay-Z and so much more, also blessed Southeast Hip Hop Magazine featured artist Lil' Hines with his most recent single "A Few"!  Check out the single here at this direct link
https://soundcloud.com/smtracks/lil-hines-lilhines-a-few-prod-by-sm-tracks-ke

Saturday, February 6, 2016

Just Another Day: Giacana (by Renee Batson)



Just Another Day....
Just another day in the neighborhood just another day around the way I found and other incredible artist who reps Harlem to the fullest. 

I have known Giacana for quite some time now and have had the opportunity to watch his music and sound evolve.  In addition to his growth, I have also had the pleasure of watching him perform live and let me tell you, this man can rock a crowd; no matter if it's a small intimate group or a crowd full of people this man can deliver. So without any further or due let me introduce you to Giacana.






Giacana (33) born in East Harlem raised in the Fordham Heights section of the Bronx is one of New York borns most promising up and coming hip hop artist and actor delivering an action pack performance in the New York based Web-series #one2four http://youtu.be/D21mdKXvaM4 
Giacana's "CANA" role in #One2fourwebseries can be compared to the likes of other hood villains such as Tupac Shakur's "Bishops" role in Ernest R. Dickersons 1991 blockbuster (JUICE) , Oshe "Ice Cube" Jacksons "DoeBoy" role in John Singletons (Boyz in da hood) or more recent Camrons (Rico) role in (PAID IN FULL). To top it all off Giacana is an interesting and gripping artist to watch and not to mention his "TOO COOL 4 SCHOOL" single off the #One2foursoundtrack (currently available for listen via https://soundcloud.com/giacana/too-cool-for-school-produced-by-rob-dinero has a beet/flow combination that fulfills the listeners appetite for substance as well as new age today energy! On verse 2 Giacana displays a detailed description story about his self proclaimed opinion on the death of his respected birthplace Harlem and the downfall of the rappers from there in-which he proceeded I.e Mase, Camron, Pdiddy, Dame Dash ect just to name a few concluding with the fact that and insinuating that Jay-Z may have perpetuated the wreckage of a Then dominating Harlem empire!
If you want to learn more about G you can also check him out on Facebook as well as Instagram.  Imma have to get on my game and arrange interview number two on CKUW 95.9 FM so that my audience can hear the change I have been referring to. There are so many talented artists in New York and Cana is another artist out there that is slept on. Check out his material and comment on what u think!!!!HARLEM stand up, Cana's in the building!!!!



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Flyy Drexler "Came From Nothing" (Clean)

Check out the single from Flyy Drexler titled "I Came From Nothing" here at this direct link