Arizona artist JC The Triple Threat returns with Don't Stop,produced by LnD, This is the second release from the upcoming project titled "The Crossover". Creating a blend of R&B, Rap,and Urban Pop music the project is set to show everyone why they call him "Triple Threat". Influenced by created forces like Linkn Park, Childish Gambino, Kanye West, Tupac, U2, Earth wind and Fire this project is a must have. Getting prepared for SXSW Nerve Djs Event in Austin, Texas and a listening party in his hometown of Phoenix,AZ JC is preparing for the video of "Don't Stop' and says "Im excited to be working with John Diaz on the video for "Don't Stop" this week. We will have my great performance dancers along with "Phenomonal Dancers", youth dance group. So keep an eye out. It'll be coming your way soon." Visit the site: www.jcakatriplethreat.com
(Los Angeles, CA) - Paloma Ford is shining with her new video for "That Sh*t Ain't Cool." The very personal video depicts Ford going through a very public and emotional breakup with Lakers guard Nick Young. "'That Sh*t Ain't Cool' is my favorite song on the project because I think every woman can relate at one or another in a relationship." Ford said about the song and video. She's not lying either, as she gives fans a very real look at her music. She's rollin with Master P and No Limit the sky is the limit for this R&B superstar. With a new project on the way, Ford is looking ahead and the music is backing it up.
What's up good people. Dabeeside crew is finally back for the new year with some brand new shows. Just because we were gone doesn't mean the crew wasn't working. We've all been working on different projects since the new year but we are back together with TWO new podcasts for your enjoyment. We're back in form and we're talking about NBA All-Star snubs, other happenings around the league and all our Superbowl predictions. Y'all know we had to talk politics and our favorite topic ~ hip-hop. We debated about rappers using Donald Trump in bars and how many hip-hop figures have been seen with Donald. The inauguration came up and how the new changes will affect all our lives moving forward, as well as, how hip-hop can help our hurt it all moving forward. As promised we have an extra special podcast for you all - The Key To Life. On this show, we talked about what's going on in the R&B world. We even had a classic New Edition story from DJ O'sharp
The 2016 Toyz Nation Gaming League (TNGL) hackathon weekend was a tremendous success! It was our most diverse event yet, with various elements encompassing Electrical and Computer Engineering, Virtual Reality and Game Development, Music Production, Wearable technology, and career development. Thanks to the support of Jelena Kovacevic, head of the ECE department, Drew Davidson, Tom Corbett, from I.D.E.A.T.E, Jesse from the Music department, Oculus, Jecolia from the Sensors team at Google, my dad who brought his music producers Zack, and Miguel, along with his colleague Quincy Taylor from DefJam records, and most of all the students who came from far and wide we were able to boast a unique blend of art and technology. Students were able to learn about music production, create beats, and develop virtual reality games for Oculus using VR capable rigs transported from the DC Area. Many students also got to experience the Android Studio environment for the first time using the Andr
Studies have shown that most consumers who use certian small cigars,"freak" the cigar in order to have a smooth draw during the smoking process. "Freaking" the cigar is the process of removing the inner binder paper that inhibits a light smooth draw. The paper is glued into the cigar and is often stuck. Thus causing the consumer to become irritated and spend more money for a new cigar or try countless make shift ideas to attempt to remove this inner paper. The idea of making this patent pending product came from running into the problem of a stuck paper inside the cigar. There were many suggestions from other consumers. For example, people have tried using straws, pens, and basically any object that will fit inside the cigar paper itself. Even though these objects in fact fit into the cigar, they are not always successful in the removal of the paper glued and stuck to the inside. All of these products were proven to in fact tear the cigar paper leaving it unusab
Power 107.5 DJ lilD Shares her Journey From Tragedy to Triumph By: Eartha Terrell When Columbus Power 107.5 evening “Word Eye Heard” radio host Dee “lilD” Porter steps on the scene, one thing is for sure; her listeners are guaranteed to be entertained. Porter’s DJ style is in-your-face, comedic and flamboyant. She laughs, as she explains that if she isn’t absolutely exhausted from giving her fans her all every time she steps on the mic, then she’s done something wrong. Her dedication to her audience is a reflection of her commitment to her craft, driven by her desire to one day be on a syndicated show. The Louisiana State University alumna lives by a strenuous work ethic. Before working at Power 107.5, Porter pounded the pavement of Cleveland, Ohio’s streets where she worked tirelessly, determined to make her mark. “I hustled so hard in Cleveland. I lived in a little apartment, but my bills were paid. I took that $11.00 an hour and flipped it to $45,000, and on the days where I
Move Dat Dance Craze Sets Internet Ablaze By: Eartha Terrell What do you get when you combine energetic dance moves, young and talented artists and social media? A recipe for one of the hottest dance hits, that’s what. Cleveland, Ohio natives Nisiah “Nahzzy” Sanders and DJ Legend have successfully galvanized a social media movement, and are making some major noise with the release of their Hip Hop dance song Move Dat. If you follow the hashtag, #Movedatchallenge, you’re sure to see a slew of fans showing off their best rendition of dances like the Milly Rock, the Shamoney and Lean With it Rock, Rock With It on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Since its debut in October 2016, the fun and energetic song is 3 minutes and 40 seconds of fast tempo beats that combine sounds from hits like Soulja Boy’s Superman and D4L’s Laffy Taffy, while encapsulating some of today’s most popular dances. The duo strategically capitalized on the dance/song trend by keeping their song short, simple
Song Description: Armed with a new single dubbed "Forecast," rapper Korleon and producer LoStarr return with a Young Dolph feature that's sure to get added to your next playlist. The sample is smooth, the vocals are crisp and the beat is on point. Press play and enjoy, About C.U.B.: Hip-Hop has a great history of rappers teaming up with DJs and producers for epic collaborative projects. Sometimes these rare combinations have created some of the best tracks of all time. Eric B & Rakim, Guru and Premier as Gang Starr, Gnarls Barkley, Talib Kweli and DJ Hi-Tek as Reflection Eternal. Without the producer/DJ there is no music and without the rapper there is no message. Enter a Mississippi duo C.U.B. with a buzzing grassroots movement in Atlanta, Georgia. C.U.B. is an acronym for "Counting Up Blessings" a phrase that both rapper Korleon and producer LoStarr are living out in real life. The two have found success online via various acclaimed Hip-Hop sites a
D.Y. Entertainment & ArtistAuditions Presents Recording Artist Tha Hot$hot. Raised on the beautiful, yet small island of St. Maarten, Shane “Tha Hot$hot” Kelly became influenced by Hip-Hop music at a young age. “I'm one of the most confident and determined people that you'll ever meet.” Shane says. “I use the positive aspects of my life as motivation to get what I want and need, in order to succeed in the things that I want to accomplish in life.” Tha Hot$hot is currently signed to independent record label D.Y. Entertainment and works alongside Artist Auditions which has helped to propel his career. After gaining nationwide attention from his country opening for Young Money's Lil Wayne, Tha Hot$hot is back in the studio preparing for his debut mixcd entitled "Tha $hot". Be Sure to catch Tha Hot$hot touring the Midwest with Big Heff on the Streets Most Wanted Tour Starting Feb 24th in Green Bay, WI. Tha Hot$hot will also be in Austin,TX for the Nerve Djs Mid
Jc The Triple Threat releases a new single "Light Switch" from the upcoming self titled project releasing in March 2017. Coming from the southwest region of Phoenix, AZ JC combines all of his skills singing, rapping, and acting to fully be a triple threat. With upcoming songs from Grammy nominated producers Young Yonni and Big Duke the future looks bright. Be sure to Check JC The Triple Threat on Big Heff's 14 City Midwest Industry Tour starting Feb 24th, 2017.
Quincy "Big Heff" Taylor and Brian "Essince" Collins are two self-made music and media figures who have come together to share their experiences working with multi-platinum musicians, major record labels, and booking international tours to educate readers on how to Make It in the Midwest. Learn the basics of copyrights and royalties to advanced strategies on booking tours and generating income in the music industry from the Midwest all over the world and back. Quincy Taylor got his start promoting major artists in the early 2000's and has since promoted some of the industry's best with the iconic Def Jam Records. His street team, event and promotion acumen pair perfectly with Collins' understanding of international tour booking and media facets of the music industry for a fun and knowledgeable look into the urban music industry. Website - http://www.makingitinthemidwest.com Kindle - https://www.amazon.com/Making-Midwest-Guide-Successful-Music-ebo
(Pittsburgh, PA) - Over the years this cold Mid-West steel town in the heart of the Pennsylvania mountains has been churning out rappers left and right. Maybe its in the water, but from Mac Miller to Wiz Khalifa, this Midwest city has been known to produce talent that sells. Now street hustler and up and coming Pittsburgh rapper Lua Proc returns with a new music video in hopes of continuing that greatness. After releasing his debut album Fish Tailin, Lua Proc looks to show the world what the streets of Pittsburgh are really about. With features from Kevin Gates, Young Buck and Owey, this project rounds out a campaign thats included giving out water to Flint, MI residents and shows with the likes of Twista, Joe Budden, Bone Thugs & Harmony, Lil Reese, and Kirko Bangz. This time through gritty production from Stevie B, Lua Proc returns with a visual for "Flexxin," that's already generating some attention from television networks after the song made its debut on