Thursday, June 30, 2016

Celebrity Publicist Michelle Magee cosigns Syn'Zere's "FDYK" Single

Celebrity publicist Michelle Magee (who's resume includes Waka Flocka, Ludacris, Mr. Cheeks of the Lost Boyz and more) has a lot of great things to say about Blacktopia featured artist Syn'Zere.  This is what she had to say.....



Listen to Syn'Zere's "FDYK" here at this direct link

"Code Names" by Rock Ransom & Young Dro

"Code Names", the hot new track from South Carolina rapper Rock Ransom featuring Young Dro is garnering major attention from radio stations nationwide. From witty wordplay to multi-syllable flows this charismatic artist has what it takes to rock the mic! Rock has been pursuing music for about 10 years learning the business side of it and perfecting his craft  Some of Rocks influences include Jay-Z, Biggie, UGK and Nas to name a few.
When fans listen to his music he wants them to walk away feeling excited, refreshed and rejuvenated. Rock has a magnetic appeal, his style is timely and progressive with unforgettable hooks and radio-ready beats. His music is hypnotic to the ears to say the least. Rock feels the biggest problem in the industry these days is too many artists are afraid to be themselves. They feel the need to copy mainstream artists. He feels each artist needs to be unique and create their own lane. When asked what he would be doing if he was not in the music industry, Rock said most likely motivational speaking and or helping the youth. Rock will be dropping his mixtape Ransom Note and the video for Code Names in August as fans are anxiously awaiting the releases.


Sunday, June 26, 2016

Artist Spotlight: Jay Arre

Check out Southeast Hip Hop Magazine artist spotlight on Jay Arre!  

          Jay Arre was born in Wurzburg, Germany and spent his childhood in the early 90's growing up in rural Kernersville N.C., where he found his voice.  He began, at an early age, to express himself through poetry, music, modeling, acting, and any other platform his talents would allow.  Dedicating his young adulthood to the arts and his love for music, he quickly realized his passion and built no walls when it came to impacting lives.  Having recently performed at SXSW 2016 (South By South West) and previously shared the stage opening for acts such as Dizzy Wright, Nappy Roots and Wale Folarin of Maybach Music Group amongst others.  After releasing his senior mixtape "State Of The Mind", Jay has begun to dig deeper, covering and expressing layers beyond todays "turn up" theme.  Working relentlessly day and night to reach the world through his creative expression in its originality, #CakeInYaFace (#CiYF) is the stamp; JAY ARRE the name. Connect with the brand & follow the movement on Instagram Or Twitter: @JRCakes336.

Get more updates on Jay Arre at these direct links



Check out Jay Arre's Mixtape Series at the direct links below.

Latest MIXTAPE: [State Of Mind] - 

Saturday, June 25, 2016

Interview with Lil' Ronny MothaF (Talks about Worst Rappers, Top Celebrities he Would F*ck and MORE!)

Some Guy Named Jay of Southeast Hip Hop conducts a video interview with Texas based recording artist Lil' Ronny MothaF.  In the video he talks about his new EP, single "Up In The Air", top celebrity females he would smash if given the opportunity and more!  The interview is funny and very entertaining.... check it out below.  

Full Interview

Video Drop from Lil' Ronny


Artists, if you would like to have your music featured in more blogs and websites such as this one, The Media Blast, Hip Hop Connections, CW Music, and more.... then e-mail for more information.  

Lil' Hines "A Few" 
Listen Here:

DJ K10 West is rocking with Lil' Hines and his single "A Few"

Producer and DJ, DJ K10 West is rocking with Lil' Hines and his single "A Few"!  This is what he had to say after getting his hands on the single.....

"The song is cool, not bad at all....

I want to work with him!!" - DJ K10 West


Listen to the song for yourself and let us know if you can relate by posting your comments below....

Tenai Staley can certainly relate to the single "A Few" by Lil' Hines


Media Proprietor and Prominent businesswoman (and host of the rising blogtalk radio show "Getting Nosy with Tenai and Some Guy Named Jay"), has great things to say about Lil' Hines' single "A Few".

She says she can certainly relate to the lyrics because she says she keeps her circle of friends very small and only "fucks with a few".  

Listen to the song for yourself and let us know if you can relate by posting your comments below....

Saturday, June 18, 2016

Artist Spotlight: Lil' Ronny

Take a look at our new ARTIST SPOTLIGHT on rapper Lil' Ronny!  You remember Lil' Ronny from the 2015 hit "Throw That Ass In A Circle", well he's back with all new music and he's rocking with Southeast Hip Hop Magazine!  Check out the audio drop below.

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Thursday, June 9, 2016

Southeast Hip Hop Models: Haute Mama of 5 Darci Carpenter (Interview)

Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  How are you doing Haute Ma of 5?
Darci Carpenter (Haute Mama of 5):  I am doing good.  I have had a crazy start to my year but getting things poppin and have lots of projects going on and new and exciting things coming up in the near future for all my lovely fans out there.

Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  So you have 5 children huh?  How is it like balancing your family and career?
Darci Carpenter (Haute Mama of 5):  Yes I am a proud mother of five wonderful children.  It is always a new adventure each and every day, and it certainly keeps me on my toes. I joke that cleaning up after them is how I stay in such good shape.  I dance while I clean!!! ;)

Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  How long have you been modeling?
Darci Carpenter (Haute Mama of 5):  I started my first fan page just for fun about four years ago and it just kind of took off.  After getting up to 270,000 fans on my first fan page I started really thinking about doing it more as a career and started promoting myself. Unfortunately facebook unpublished my page but I am working on building my fan base back up and am opening my own website in the near future.

Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  What inspired you to want to model?
Darci Carpenter (Haute Mama of 5):  As a young girl growing up I would watch all the beautiful models on the runway shows, and in magazines and I would play dress up and pretend I was on the runway or posing up for some high end clothing company. I wanted to be those models, but having kids at a young age; followed by health issues; I was forced to put my dreams on hold. Now that I have regained my health and my children are little older, and with their full support I am pursuing my dreams.

Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  How would you define your beauty? 
Darci Carpenter (Haute Mama of 5):  I would define myself as others have described me unique and exotic. 

Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  Modeling is not the only thing you do, you are also an entertainer, promoter and you do graphics as well, could you tell the readers a little about that too?
Darci Carpenter (Haute Mama of 5):  I am a dancer, promoter, host, model, and I also take all my own pictures; well so far anyways I have been my own photographer.  I don't do graphics however I have a very talented associate by the name Paolo Poracchia of Wolf Graphix that does the majority of my graphic work and does an outstanding job.

Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  How can people get in touch with you if they want to do business with you?
Darci Carpenter (Haute Mama of 5):  They can hit me up in email or message me on any or all of my social media sites.

Southeast Hip Hop Magazine:  Is there anything else you would like to plug?  Any shout outs?
Darci Carpenter (Haute Mama of 5):  Yeah I would like to take a second to talk about my website that is going to be up and running here in the near future. The site is being designed by Keith Crear of 56GrizzlyMedia and PowerHits281 He is hooking me up with a dope website that will have a store front to sale autographed posters, prints, and other artwork as well as all types of HauteMamaOf5 merchandise. I am collaborating with graphic artists such as Paolo Poracchia of Wolf Graphix and Marco Casti of Weevil Graphics for sick graphic art posters and prints etc... I also have an artist by the name of Julian Hernandez of Jules' Visions painting original art pieces of me to be sold alongside original autographed 8x10 prints. I am also collaborating with Tony Hasbun of the Tony Hasbun Company on my clothing line HM5M Clothing and Accessories which we hope to launch this fall. My line will also be for sale on my store front. I will also have a pay site section that will unlock my artistic nude gallery and my sexy pay per view hip hop, burlesque, and strip tease dance videos. So when I say I got lots of fun things coming your way I mean it. 

I would also like to give a shout out to Myers Bangers just did a mix tape cover for him and his new project Wassup Foe Vol 2

I would also like to give a shout out to Andy Gonzales aka DJ Flipcyide. I just did a cover for him for his first track off the Wu Files 2 Mixtape with Tahmell Featuring Bars and Produced by Concious
I am also working on another single cover for DJ Flipcyide and a new group about to hit the scene hard called The Purge Produced by Alchemist so you know it's gonna be hella dope!

and last but not least I would like to give a special shout out to all my fans that have shown continued love and support since I started this journey and to my FAM!!! #AINTNOBUSINESSLIKEROWDOGGSBUSINESS #GrindMode 25/8


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

Purchase the new EP from Nikia titled SHE IS ME available everywhere music is being sold digitally.

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Video Spotlight: Mr. Boom Boom Bang "I Get High"

Check out today's video spotlight from Mr. Boom Boom Bang for the single "I Get High". Listen to it and post your feedback below.

Video Pick Of The Week: Blakk North "Freedom"

Check out the official Southeast Hip Hop video pick of the week, the music video for the single "Freedom" by Blakk North! Watch the video and post your feedback below. Blakk North always presents powerful messages in his songs. Get more information on Blakk North's music at his official website or his official promo blog at

Artist Spotlight: Blakk North

Southeast Hip Hop Magazine is proud to introduce an Ohio stationed emcee that's "on that next level" for sure, the artist known as Blakk North the Lyrical "Truthologist".  Blakk North is a hip hop recording artist that has something to say, and each of the songs on his recent album Creation has a meaningful message woven throughout his lyrics.  Check out his official website at http://www.BlakkNorth.Us and his official promo blog at

Saturday, June 4, 2016

Rhyme Scheme's "Enough" Video Shoot June 5th

"Enough" Video shoot. June 5th at 9am in Los Angeles. Location TBA. Dancers, actors, and extras contact us at to participate. #Streetnotesrecords

Friday, June 3, 2016

VOTE Lil' Hines "A Few" on Jazze Pha's I'll Listen Competition

Support and Vote for Southeast Hip Hop Magazine featured artist Lil' Hines' single "A Few" on the Jazze Pha I'll Listen Facebook Competition by going to this direct link below and scrolling down to slot 18 and voting!"from"%3A"user_wall"%7D

(Additional information and rules are on Jazze Pha's official Facebook Fan page)

Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Mr. Boom Boom Bang Re-Release Popular Weed Smoking Song

Southeast Hip Hop Magazine featured artist Mr. Boom Boom Bang recently re-released his popular Weed Smoking Song from years ago titled "I Get High, I Smoke Weed".  Check out the single below.