Wednesday, July 1, 2020

Interview with GeniusTee

Where are you from? 
My name is GeniusTee, I am from Louisville Kentucky 

How long have you been doing what you’re doing and how did you get started in the first place? 
At the age of 4 I got a lot of exposure to music around my older siblings and my father. They all influenced music from the concepts of Tu Pac and alternative rap. I got started at 5 when I recorded a song about things I liked. I rapped about Sonic the Hedgehog and that’s when my family said I may have potential. I am self-taught so I don’t like to hype myself. I decided I wanted to tell people that I know what losing a friend and breaking your favorite toy was like, or how fun it is to skateboard on hills. 
Who were the first influences on your music and style? 
My biggest influences in my childhood were Bon Jovi, Motley Crue, Madonna, Whitney Houston, Michael Jackson, Lil John, Lil Wayne, John Legend, Papa Roach, Limp Bizkit, Avril Lavigne, Owl City and Taylor Swift. Other influences include Ice Cube and Mc EihtHowever, the ones who helped me figure out what I was going for were The Weekend, Post Malone, Lil Peep, and Juice Wrld and Baby Metal. 
In your opinion who is the most influential and successful artist in your genre today and why? 
Most successful and influential to my genre of music has to be between Juice Wrld  Peep and Pouya. Although in success to making it reality it all goes to Juice Wrld, the influence is all crashed to Peep as he lived the stereotype that I avoided being as a kid. I could say as a kid of my background and life, I have some scary similarities to Peep that I didn’t truly realize until someone told me to listen to him before he died. I ignored him and eventually caught on to them. I never knew Peep as a man so I will just pick up what I thought he dropped and carry it on. But this time it's my message. I guess Im the next Avatar. 
What aspect of the music making process excites you most, and what aspect discourages you the most? 
The aspect that encourages me the most is that I have the ability to win and fail. Ill be satisfied with the idea of challenge while producing something unique and different. I know that learning life through production may have some questions I needed answers to 15 years ago. I love the idea of creating and explaining something that makes someone dance. But sometimes failing to learn could channel negative energy and cause me to be discouraged, like more questions I have to ask. It could be my voice can be damaged, I could forget how to rap. I lose my thoughts when I don’t see progression. 
Which ingredient do you think is most essential in making your sound and style the way it is? 
The word ingredient is really hard to swallow because I change my music style to be similar to sounds, I’m hearing while I maintain my emotion toward the track of music. I have slow songs and fast ones. Trap beats and Guitars can define my ingredients as they define me. Trap beats usually associate with EDM, Hip Hop, and everything else surrounding AA culture. I can relate because I heard hip hop everywhere that I stayed as a little kid. It became a norm and defined our taste at home. Guitars are the biggest side of me, I loved listening to hard rock on the radio as a child and when I was about 7 I started my love for metal. I played guitar hero constantly as a kid and stayed updated to every new band up until I was 15. I always wanted to keep mixing hip hop and rock together and then specialize them with emotion. 
What single are you currently pushing and what will you be dropping next? 
 I am currently pushing My entire soul into pieces of music that reflect my moods, and reality. I am dropping my next new song called “High and Dyin” It’s a song about a part of myself that I thought would never make. The purpose of the song is to let people know, Yeah everyone knows someone on drugs but do you know how they feel? Im hoping that people who don’t talk about their feelings listen to this and realize that its real and you’re not alone, you can hear the damage in the air. I was only 14. 
What can fans expect from you in the future and where can they stay up to date on your movement? 
 I want fans who listen to all the cool alternative artists to expect me to push both emotional content and rap rock content. I want my fans to know I came from house jumping to, garbage can life, to being a walking jukebox. I love music and I want to make many different song types to share my experiences with everybody. Follow my Personal IG page, and Spam Collection Page 
@offiicial.Genius_tee and @Tokage_tee 

Thursday, June 11, 2020

DonDiva AlleySwag presents IN DA ZONE

The latest release from DonDiva Alleyswag titled In Da Zone is diversity personified. Her lyrics express the importance of unifying and not being a puppet to society. This track embraces the definition of Hip-Hop!

Holding her own in the male dominated world of rap music DonDiva AlleySwag of City Boy Music Group spends time perfecting her craft creating music and redefining the rap game.

Hailing from Boston, Ma. she has stayed true to her roots writing about life experiences and everyday struggles which has gained her street credibility with other artists and fans. 

Her style constantly changes and versatility is one of her strong points. Her flow is rapid-fire, rhythmic and charismatic with countless pitch shifts and ad-libs.  Using her music as a diary gives her the ability to connect with fans who have experienced similar situations in their life. DonDiva Alleyswag raps with the kind of confidence that a self-made talent is forced to cultivate.

Check out  her latest single and follow her movement on social media:


Wednesday, June 3, 2020

3Dee is giving away a IPhone 11, $1000 in cash or a chance to be in The winning song video!

Southernbred Ent evolved in Jacksonville, FL through a collaborative decision among 3 friends Tabbo  Gandy, Emari Wilcher and Damien Hadley that were fed up with greedy record labels to create an organization that encourages creativity, community, and an environment where artists can work on their music freely without distraction or concern. They focus on what is important, investing in the music and the talented artists that create it while maintaining their street credibility.

Southernbred Ent embraces the art and values of hip hop, unlike most of the cookie cutter rappers and labels of today. In a lane of their own the label's first and foremost priority is an initiative of good-will. They are focused and determined on maintaining their uncompromising 
core values of providing the resources and services needed so their artists can focus on their music. 

These guys have truly built a movement where great music, great minds, and great energy meet. Their first artist 3Dee is excited to drop his first single "Heart Broken" to anxious listeners. Be sure and follow their movement as you can expect big things for years to come from this camp. 

Southernbred Entertainment

IG: @3Dee_Music

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Sunday, May 17, 2020

Flowez Mr. Billups

Setting the bar high for other rappers in the Kentucky music scene Flowez Mr. Billups has been building his solo career for quite some time now. Influenced by the community, culture, and life experiences he aspires to perform music that speaks to fans across the musical spectrum. Recognizing Hip Hop is an art, he works hard to perfect his craft.
His signature style has become synonymous with a diverse collection of melodies and compositions.
There are many ways to describe Flowez Mr. Billups, but unique, talented, and charismatic just seem to scratch the surface. He has gotten this far by being honest in his music, not hesitating to share both the pain and triumph of growing up in a rough neighborhood and hustling to survive. Being real takes you far.
Currently on DefBoyProductions LLC roster he has descended upon the Hip Hop world  with rapid, spittin', tongue-twistin' skillz setting the bar high for other performers. 
Follow his movement:

SPOTLIGHT: Brooklyn Perry

Hip Hop is a culture and art movement that began in the Bronx in New York City and female MC “Brooklyn Perry” from the Marcy Projects is working hard to keep it alive. She spends her time perfecting her craft creating music and redefining the often male dominated world if rap music.

Her current single “Y U Mad Tho” has garnered attention from some of Hip Hop's most discerning fans. The single is generating quite a buzz significantly raising her street cred!


Social media

Instagram: BrooklynPerryofficial

Facebook: Brooklyn perry

Twitter: BrooklynPerry20

SnapChat: msperrybabyy


YouTube: Brooklyn perry