S.P.F. "Game Night" (CLEAN)
Friday, September 21, 2018
Check out this week's SEHH Artist spotlight on singer Riah Michelle!
Watch the official music video for her single "It Don't Really Matter" (produced by Mr. Boom Boom Bang)
Contact Moses Dailey for more information at MosesDailey@gmail.com
From a small town called Cayce, SC on the Westside of Columbia, a recording artist named Bigg Cee is on the rise. Also a Writer and Performer of Hip-Hop/Rap music, he is well known in the city for his hood anthem “Cayce” and hard work.
Influenced by Kool G Rap and Bun B among others, Bigg Cee has been writing music since a teenager. Obstacles like almost losing parents and run-ins with the law put a hold on music for a while. He jumped right back in dropping several mixtapes as well as a group album with longtime friend and producer that lead to his latest project, “ChefBoyarcee”.
Constantly in the studio working and perfecting the God given talent he was born to share with the world. Shows outside and in the surrounding city’s keep his music consistently in the face of the people. Bars like the old days make him stand out from today’s artist. “If you’re going to do anything in life, do everythang big. Its never too late.”.
Wednesday, September 19, 2018
One of the most versatile and energetic recording artists in the music industry Jonathon Bell, known by his stage name "Jonny Bell" dropped his latest video "Bad Ass Jawn". Jonny has captivated the ears of some of the most discerning listeners! Growing up in Exton, Pennsylvania, a suburb located 30 minutes outside the city of Philadelphia making his hometown proud. He discovered his love of music at a young age playing the electric guitar. Legendary guitarists like Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughn, and Eric Clapton were all inspirations.
"Hip hop started for me in the back of a ford escort, rhyming to classic instrumentals and repeatedly listening to albums by Talib Kweli, Common, and Kanye West", Jonny explains. It only took a couple years in college pursuing a civil engineering degree to realize his true destiny was to be the next influential voice in Hop-Hop culture.
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