Tuesday, May 31, 2016

50 Cent rocks with new artist King Mook!

G-Unit and 50 Cent rocks with current Southeast Hip Hop Magazine featured artist King Mook!  Check out King Mook's current EP titled Black P.O.E.T. here at this direct link

King Mook - BLACK P.O.E.T. (EP)


Check out the latest EP from Southeast Hip Hop Magazine featured artist King Mook titled Black P.O.E.T. here at this direct link on AudioMack 

Monday, May 30, 2016

Video Of the Week: General Grown "Smoking You" (Smoke Anthem of 2016 OFFICIAL VIDEO)

The long-awaited, most anticipated music video for the Smoke Anthem of 2016, "Smoking You" by General Grown is officially here! Check out the Southeast Hip Hop Video Pick of the Week above and post your feedback! This is also the lead single from General Grown's mixtape All Gas No Brakes which was released earlier this year.

Friday, May 27, 2016

Red Cafe shows love to Southeast Hip Hop Mag

Red Cafe shows some love to Some Guy Named Jay and Southeast Hip Hop Magazine.  Check out the Red Cafe drop to Southeast Hip Hop here at this embedded youtube link below.


Mr. Boom Boom Bang "I'm Winning" (Dirty Version)
Mr. Boom Boom Bang "I'm Winning"
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King Mook "Concrete Rose" Ft. Tess Jay (Prd. Pyrex Apollo)
King Mook "Concrete Rose"
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Rhyme Scheme "Enough" ft. Keith Murray & Revolver COMING JUNE 24th

Rhyme Scheme's highly anticipated next single "Enough" featuring Keith Murray of the legendary Def Squad and rising Detroit indie artist Revolver will officially drop June 24th!  Keep checking back for more updates!

Photos from General Grown's performance at Iridium 77 for Hip Hop & Shop

Southeast Hip Hop featured artist General Grown recently ripped the mic at the Hip Hop & Shop event held at Iridium 77 in Atlanta, Georgia!  Check out some of the photos from the event.

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

King Mook's BLACK P.O.E.T. EP coming May 30th!


King Mook presents Black P.O.E.T. the EP coming May 30th!
Keep checking back for more updates!

Vote for Hemingway on Jazze Pha's FAN PAGE on FB

Hemingway (current Southeast Hip Hop Magazine featured artist) is one of the finalist for the official Jazze Pha "I'll Listen" Contest!  Voting starts on May 30th!  All you have to do is find Jazze Pha's Facebook fan page "jazzephafanpage", hit the like button and vote for your favorite up and coming artist (which in this case should be Hemingway)!  Check it out.  

Get more updates on Hemingway at http://www.hemingwayiii.com

Sunday, May 22, 2016

Southeast Hip Hop Models: Tenai Staley Interview

Check out our Southeast Hip Hop Models Exclusive interview with Tenai Staley!  Tenai Staley is much more than just a pretty face / model... she is a journalist, prominent business woman, T.V. show personality, event hostess, promoter and more and she talks about all of the many different hats she wears in this quick but in-depth interview with Southeast Hip Hop Magazine!  

Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  Hey Tenai, how are you?
Tenai Staley:  I am awesome, always great to see another day. 

Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  How long have you been modeling?
Tenai Staley:  I have been modeling for some years now.  I did some when I was younger, took about a 7 year break and within the last year I have picked everything back up.

Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  You do a lot more than just model, could you tell the readers a little more about some of the other things you do? 
Tenai Staley:  Yes!  I do a lot, I always tell people I'll tell you what I don't do (laughs) but no, I created a website called Illfamedmag.com back in 2010 and 6 years later it has turned into a brand.  I have interviewed everyone from Trina, Meagan Good, Avant, Tank, Yo Gotti, Lloyd Banks and more!  I also work with some artist doing some PR and have marketing opportunities for some indie artist looking to get their name out there.  I host events as well, and on top of that I am a T.V. personality.  I had my own show coming on local paid T.V. and recently have took it off to start a podcast that I think is going to do amazing things. 

(Meagan Good with Tenai Staley)

(Tenai Staley with R&B singer Avant)

Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  How would you describe yourself as a brand?
Tenai Staley:  Sassy, classy and professional.  My brand is professional but yet I am able to add "Me" in it and make it classy and sassy. 

Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  How would you describe "your beauty"?
Tenai Staley:  My beauty is within and on the outside. I am stuck on beauty but rather what's on the inside of someone. I feel that I have a natural radiance about myself and that's why people gravitate to me so easily and quickly. 

Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  How would you describe yourself as an event hostess?  
Tenai Staley:  I'm pretty fun. I like to engage people and be personable. I think that it's just a natural thing because I like to have fun and meet people, so I enjoy doing it.

Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  Speaking of events, you also organize events in the city of Charlotte, NC with Some Guy Named Jay.  What can party-goers expect from an event by T & J Events and Promotions?
Tenai Staley:  Our events will be someone where you can also come network whether it's a party or a actual event. Yes we work together to try and bring events that everyone is not already doing. 

(Tenai at the CIAA Week Networking Party held in NoDa 
presented by T & J Events and Promotions)

Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  How did you link up with Some Guy Named Jay,  and what influenced your decision to want to work with him on some of your projects?
Tenai Staley:  He is a go-getter and that's what made me inquire to want to work with him. We have similar attitudes, we work hard and we know where we want to be.

(Tenai Staley and Some Guy Named Jay at New Years Eve Bash at Red at 28th 
in Charlotte, NC)

Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  We touched on this earlier, but could you tell the readers a little more about Ill Famed Magazine.
Tenai Staley:  Illfamedmag.com is a entertainment, sports, music and health site where you can go and get informed as well as get a couple laughs and get your daily intake of news. I also have interviews that I am constantly doing, so you can check me out on there doing my thing as well.

Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  Who are some of the other celebs you had ?
Tenai Staley:  David Mann AKA Mr. Brown, Kris Kelli first lady of MMG digital and Block Ent, Stevie J, Zoey Dollaz, Boosie, Former panthers Josh Norman and many more! 

Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  What plans do you have for the rest of 2016?
Tenai Staley:  To take over ! I am working so hard right now on a couple of projects and things that I think will put me over the top. Stay tuned for a major event in August I am putting together. 

Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  Is there anything else you would like to plug?
Tenai Staley:  Yes please follow me on social media, my IG is @yourgirlt and @illfamedmag, twitter is @illfamedmag1 and please visit my website at illfamedmag.com

Advertise your product, brand and services with Southeast Hip Hop!  E-mail us at SoutheastHipHopMag@yahoo.com for more information.  You too can reach this fine, prime demographic!  

If you would like Tenai Staley to get behind your 
brand then e-mail ContactTenai@gmail.com 
for more information on that.

Thursday, May 19, 2016

Southeast Hip Hop featured artist General Grown performing at Iridium 77 for Hip Hop & Shop Event

Friday May 20th 2016 come out!

Southeast Hip Hop Magazine featured artist General Grown will perform at Iridium 77 for Hip Hop & Shop on May 20th Friday.  The show starts at 6 PM

The event is being hosted by Ms. Alle Wims!

329 Nelson St. SW
Atlanta, GA 30313


General Grown's "Smoking You" (The Smoke Anthem for 2016)

Friday, May 13, 2016

Interview with K.W. the Artisan (King Wondaboi)

Southeast Hip Hop Magazine recently sat down and talked with rising hip hop recording artist, illustrator and graphic designer K.W. the Artisan about his current mixtape Paradise Phone Home, his background as an artist, plans for the future and more!  Read all about what this young, brilliant and talented artist had to say.

Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  How are you doing K.W. the Artisan?
K.W. the Artisan:  I can't complain.  Too blessed to stress. Too great to hate.

Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  Could you tell the readers how you got the name K.W. the Artisan?
K.W. the Artisan:  The K.W. stands for King Wundaboi.  Malik (Maleek) means King in Arabic.  Wundaboi has always been my rap name since like middle school.  The Artisan is the line name I earned from my fraternity, Pi Sigma Epsilon.

Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  How would you describe yourself as an artist?
K.W. the Artisan:  I'd say I'm a jack of all trades.  I rap, draw, photo edit, and create videos.  There isn't much that I can't do and I am currently in the process of learning the stuff that I don't know. 

Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  You are a young artist that's influenced by a lot of 90s, golden era, boom bap hip hop.  Who are some of the artists from that era that influenced you?  
K.W. the Artisan:  2Pac is definitely my biggest influence. Some others are J. Cole, N.W.A., Jay-Z, Bob Marley, and Jimi Hendrix to name a few in no particular order.

Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  You have a mixtape out now, Paradise Phone Home... how would you describe the overall feel of the mixtape?
K.W. the Artisan:  Trippy, in one word. It's music for late nights and smoke sessions.  If you listen to it all the way through, it'll definitely take you on a trip.

Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  Who did you work with for this project?
K.W. the Artisan:  The features I have are Deak the Digger, Phenom, and Cairo Starr.  Mike Blayz helped executive produce and let me use his studio.

Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  Although I'm sure you are proud of the entire project, what are some highlights on this mixtape?  What are some of your favorite songs?
K.W. the Artisan:  "Pride" was the 1st song I recorded in a real studio.  It was also the 1st song I wrote after I took a break from writing for a few months.  "Paradise" was a song I had fun with. I wrote each verse differently and it just feels good.

Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  What types of topics and subjects do you normally rhyme about?
K.W. the Artisan:  I usually just write about what I'm going through or feeling at the time.  People relate more when it's real.

Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  What type of beats bring out the best in what you do?
K.W. the Artisan:  Hmm I guess I would have to say beats that sound old school.  Stuff that Outkast started out on for example. 

Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  Who are some of the artists you are feeling right now?  What's in your iPod?
K.W. the Artisan: I'm listening to Bas right now.  I keep Logic in rotation.  A$AP Ferg just dropped a dope album.

Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  What are your plans for the rest of this year musically?
K.W. the Artisan:  I plan on performing some and hopefully do a few collaborations.  Just work on getting my name out really.

Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  Where do you see yourself in the next 5 years?
K.W. the Artisan:  Alive hopefully.  Just making more music and art and being better at it.

Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  Is there anything you would like the readers to know about you that we haven't mentioned so far?  
K.W. the Artisan:  The 1st time I went to Lenox Mall in Atlanta, I saw Gunplay in the Apple store.  I didn't say nothing to him or anything because he was trying to make a purchase and the girl he had with him was bad.

Check out more of K.W. the Artisan on these sites and links below.

I.G. = K.W. the Artisan

Listen to the Entire K.W. the Artisan PARADISE PHONE HOME Mixtape at this link.  
K.W. The Artisan

Sunday, May 8, 2016

Def Squad's Keith Murray featured on upcoming Rhyme Scheme Single

The single "Enough" by Rhyme Scheme featuring Hip Hop veteran and Def Squad member Keith Murray and rising indie Detroit based recording artist Revolver is COMING SOON!  Keep checking back for more updates.  

Jayo Felony and Rhyme Scheme performing LIVE at KUSH LOUNGE June 10th


Check out Jayo Felony and Rhyme Scheme


Syn'Zere's Mixtape featured in Hip Hop Connections

Hip Hop Connections


Rising artist Syn'Zere is being featured everywhere!  Check him out in Hip Hop Connections here at this direct link

Saturday, May 7, 2016

The DJ behind breaking Kevin Gates, the late Lil' Snupe and more is working with NEW Artist

The popular DJ, DJ YaBoyEarl known for breaking major records and helping put major acts such as Kevin Gates, the late Lil' Snupe and more on the map is now working with current Southeast Hip Hop Magazine featured artist Syn'Zere!  


DJ YaBoyEarl certainly has an incredible ear for great music, talent and believes that the rising indie artist Syn'Zere is sure to become a household brand name in the foreseeable future!

DJ YaBoyEarl also recently hosted Syn'Zere's recent mixtape Reflections!  Check it out here on Audio Mack at this direct link.