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Friday, May 31, 2019
Thursday, May 30, 2019
Keun Woo J. Lee Will be joining B.O.S.S. Radio for a live interview to discuss the release of his video releasing May 31st, DREAM. This Korean talent has a whole career ahead of him and his motivational pop song
(이근우) was born in Seoul, South Korea and
raised in California.
J. Lee started his musical journey with the piano at three years
old. By the time he was five, he was actively learning to sing and
taking piano lessons. J picked up other instruments — like the
guitar and drums — as he grew older.
J found much of his passion for music early on from both
the Korean and American cultures. His influences come from
Korean ballad and R&B artists like Kim Bum-soo (김범수), Yoon
Min-soo (윤민수), Jay Park (박재범), and Shin Yong-jae (신용재).
Artists like Brian McKnight, Boyz II Men, Justin Bieber, and
Bruno Mars also inspire J. Lee’s music.
The young singer is an audio engineer and producer. He built a
replica of Neumann’s U87 microphone when he was 19 years old
and his self-produced album, “Love Sonata,” has been licensed
to series on Netflix, PBS, MTV, and NASCAR. The Discovery
Channel and all of its partners (Oprah Winfrey Network, Animal
Planet, and others) have also signed a perpetual body license to
use J’s music throughout their programs.
Today, J. Lee continues to produce music and develop his
artistry in his own unique styles. He is receiving a bachelor’s
degree in audio production and communication strategies
alongside a master’s degree in audio technology. The artist is
most commonly found working on his productions with the SSL
Duality δelta console or songwriting.
The next hit sensation is here...
Korean-American singer-songwriter, producer, and audio engineer
J. Lee reinvents pop with his hottest and latest single, “Dream.”
Energetic and catchy, you will quickly feel the explosive power
in this unforgettable masterpiece. The smooth guitar, intense
rapping, and J. Lee’s incredibly unique voice will keep you hooked
throughout the song.
Listeners will find “Dream” to be contagious not only from
its original and fiery sound, but also from its positive and
inspirational lyrics. The song tells a sincere and familiar story that
resonates with many people — that there will always be struggles
and people standing in the way of your goals. J’s message
encourages people to fight these obstacles and follow their
dreams — a touching narrative that is often needed in the world.
J. Lee may be celebrating his recent release, but his journey is far
from over. Born in Seoul and raised in California, the young singer
is on a mission to connect his cultural upbringings and bring
people together through his artistry. His style is amazingly original,
fresh, and charismatic — made clear by his meaningful lyrics,
extraordinary voice, memorable beats, and international sound.
The world is starting to take notice. The artist’s self-produced EP
album, “Love Sonata,” has been licensed to series on Netflix, PBS,
MTV, and NASCAR. The Discovery Channel and all of its partners
(Oprah Winfrey Network, Animal Planet, and others) have also
signed a perpetual body license to use J’s music throughout
Everything points to J. Lee as the “next big thing,” a refreshing
talent that is ready to share his artistry with everyone.
To find out more about J, visit jleerecords.com
To listen to “Dream”, visit bit.ly/jleedream
Saturday, December 1, 2018
If you thought that Jay z was shooting shots at Kanye West and his verse on Meek millz albumI championships, then your comprehension is very lack. In his verse he alludes to Kanye's actions and his maga hat. But it was far from a shot at the producer that Jay-Z helped create.
The line clearly meant don’t pit me against my brothers no matter what our differences are (red hat) now go pick up Meek album . Drake and Meek on there together .— Mr. Carter (@S_C_) November 30, 2018
Jay-Z proved himself to be a real stand-up guy with this one while the rest of you niggas prove you would rather controversy over unification.
Thursday, November 15, 2018
Hottest Battle Rappers
The Underground Has Ever Seen
In 2018, its still the same as battle leagues have sprung up not only across the country, but now all over the world. Even Japan has the culture embedded into their commercial living. But, better than that the Hood has grown this lyrical past time into a genre of its own and SBC TV wants to bring the toughest battles the game has ever seen. And with names like FYE, TH3 SAGA, Loaded Lux, and more from all across the country. So, tune back here every week as we add rap battles that'll make your jaw drop. Rank your favorite rappers in the comment section and we will find more from the top performers.
Sunday, January 14, 2018
One of Alabamas finest, Gadi La Muud, joined us for a magnificent telephone conversation, as we discussed music, growing up in Mobile, Alabama, and and dreams of the future. Talking of his Tribal Society, talks of the community rebuilding surfaced and must admit was very impressed by the mind on this young man and can see alot of potential in his efforts to bring more to the hiphop and rap industry.
Listen below as we talk and get to know
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Thursday, June 27, 2013
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