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Showing posts with label Entertainment. Show all posts
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Saturday, August 1, 2020

El Local Collective In the CCT

361 Be prepared to rise



El Local Collective has brought a whole new vision to the South Texas Area. Owner, Samantha Chamberlain, after traveling across the States has had the grande opportunity of seeing different cultures and and events that has added to the value of entertainment, now being consolidated in Corpus and it's surrounding area. A place where creatives seem to grow out of the waves that splashes the beaches, Corpus Christi has generated talent that has blossomed and now it may be time for the second wave. 


So, tune in right here to hear how we can make the city Sprout again.,,



Thursday, June 4, 2020

Jourdin Pauline Live on B.O.S.S. Radio



Get Live With

Jourdin Pauline

Get to know her thru the eyes of a Boss as this up and coming princess dazzle you with not only her body, but her mind as well. We going to chop it up about everything, from her start in music to her insoirations, to her point of view on the world as it stands. Tune in Turn Up and Zone put with

Jourdin Pauline






Tuesday, April 28, 2020

(NEW MUSIC RELEASE) MRK SX- Good Life (ft, Royce Da 5'9)

MRK SX

Good Life 

ft. Royce Da 5'9


good life official cover copy



While Royce Da 5'9 Has been  working to get his latest album to music retailers worldwide, he has also been working on side projects. One his latest most notorious feature is with MRK SX- GOOD LIFE. You can  Check out the song on MRK SX's latest album below.


About the Song:
After working with West Coast legend Kxng Crooked I on a few of his latest projects, MRK SX developed a creative relationship with Royce Da 5'9, as Royce was preparing his latest album "The Allegory". While the work MRK SX did on that project did not see the light of day (yet), Royce blessed MRK SX with some work for himself. The first of which is the aforementioned "Good Life". The song is a call to all those that are listening in these tumultuous times to "get over yourself", and understand that we are all more alike than not at all. The cover art was inspired by Pete Rock and CL Smooths classic album The Main Ingredient, which MRK has always been a fan of.
Check out the song below.


The 40 Year Old Rapper Ep1

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About MRK SX:

In today’s music industry, it’s imperative to be more than just an artist or producer. It’s about how to be the “complete package” while being the most versatile individual in the room.
MRK SX is the complete package. Hailing from the deeply hip-hop ground of Detroit, and currently residing in Atlanta, MRK SX is one of the games’ best kept secrets. As an Air Force veteran, MRK SX knows about sacrifice, and the importance of education. He also holds a Bachelors degree in audio production, ensuring that it is his time to shine.
MRK SX has had his fair share of exposure, and has been co-signed by some of the most elite rap artists including Crooked I (KXNG Crooked), Royce Da 5’9”, Killer Mike, Obie Trice, Swifty McVay & Kuniva from D-12, Stevie Stone, Yukmouth, Bobby Creekwater, Speech from Arrested Development and more. Artist don’t just go around co-signing any unsigned artist, so what is it that makes MRK SX so special?
His clever word play, harmonic and melodic hooks easily satisfies the most underground hip hop head, and fans of mainstream hip hop music alike.
MRK SX is coming off a solid 2019, and his first national tour, The Shady Gang Tour that featured Crooked I, Obie Trice, and Swifty McVay.
Additionally, MRK SX has released 3 solo projects including “The Sockmonster EP”, “L Brick Road” and “Announcements are Overrated”. Look out for the new release "The 40 Year Old Rapper" available on all streaming platforms now, via MRK’s indie label DatFeelin.
Find more info on MRK SX here:


@mrksx | Linktree

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Thursday, May 30, 2019

J. Lee the Korean Sensation

J. Lee

"Dream"



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
their programs.
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


Wednesday, February 13, 2019

American Pharaoh: The Original This Is America

American Pharaoh

Jase Harley was robbed
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At First, when I heard some rapper named Jase Harley called my boy Donald "Childish Gambino" Glover a house slave, I thought and who is this cat think he is DJango. But, after doing a little more research on him, I only have one question: HOW DID WE LET CHILDISH GAMBINO STEAL THIS MAN SONG?




The resemblance of the songs screams more than simple biting or inspiration. This Is America Is Straight Hijacked.




Now, we all know that artists are inspired by other artists, even to the point where back in the nineties, successful artists would not take a demo tape on fear of being accused of stealing songs. But, I haven't seen one article where Danny Glover is admitting he at least borrowed the New York rappers most Viral song American Pharaoh, to create This Is America. Which means the song is stolen. 

One thing that Childish Gambino did do for the song is have an excellent choreographed video that encapsulated the entire Black essence in America. But, even that is tarnished by the mere fact that Jase was not even consulted for any type of production of the song nor video.

Which makes things worse, for it leaves a precedent for this to happen again. Next time, it can be your song. and you will have to live with the fact that you will never be recognized for your work. Jase has been quietly supporting Glover's success with the song but was not happy at the fact Donald did not show up to the Grammy's to put more context behind the song. 

"I feel extremely humbled to be recognized and labeled as one or the original inspirations for one of the most important pieces of music and visual art of our time.

I appreciate all the love and support! But PLEASE DON’T let this controversy dilute the message me and @childishgambino are trying to convey. We are speaking about injustices we’ve encountered and he’s helped to provide a platform for all our voices to be heard. Let’s not discredit him for that! The focus should be on affecting change in our communities and building equality. This is bigger than me and him and bigger than music. Let’s not lose focus."


Meanwhile, Fam Rothstein of Donald Glover’s management team Wolf + Rothstein denied the speculation in a since-deleted tweet, stating that “This Is America” is three years old.


Seeing how it's deleted I guess someone Fact Checked him Huh.

Friday, February 1, 2019

[NEW ALBUM] Sweetheart

Sweetheart!

Cover 2 Sweetheart headshot
https://www.reverbnation.com/5031822/album/220510 Bit album released 1/29/2019

Short Bio: Sweetheart was born to Michael & Susan Barros on October 29, 1995.
Rapper & hiphop artist, Sweetheart packed houses & sold out performances in American theatre for over 14 years. At 16, Sweetheart debuted in National Film Rekon 7 Down with Dirk Benedict.
She performed with SCAD Performance Ensemble, directed by Kevin Wallace. Andrew Lloyd Webber & Kevin Wallace produced with the RUG “No Matter What” which sold over 1 million copies. With Kevin Wallace, she recorded “Whistle Down the Wind” by Andrew Lloyd Webber, & an original Kevin Wallace composition of “Closer to Heaven,” (Jonathan Harvey & Pet Shop Boys). She danced for Vincent Brosseau who studied with Paul Taylor’s Dance School, Jose Limon, & Anna Sokolow.
Sweetheart performed in two conservatories: Lucky Stiff (Dominique DuMonaco) by Steve Flaherty & Lynn Ahrens; & The Secret Garden (Rose). As Performer, Dance Captain, Theatre Technician, Costume Intern & Director, Sweetheart can & would still be as mesmerizing as the young star who performed the character Gertrude McFuzz when she was just 14. Sweetheart as Gertrude can be remembered by the way her very large belt over-powered the uncomfortable feeling that she felt. Sweetheart received 7 Summer Theatre School Awards. Accrediting her at the Grandstreet Theatre that & 8 years with the GST Summer Theater School in which she Performed, Assisted, Stage Managed, & when old enough to study “Directing Scenes” with Erin Ortman of NYU Tisch, Sweetheart was also Directing Alice in Wonderland while Assistant Teaching the camp. She trained with Craig Anton, (known for his role as Ricky Ullman’s Dad in Disney’s Phil of the Future,) studying Meisner’s approach & Stanislavski’s. Sweetheart has been awarded many Vocal Scholarships for vocal coaching. Directed by “Dr. Mike,” Sweetheart recorded alongside award-winning Ambiance tour choir (MENC Northwest Division Convention pick, & MENC National Convention pick, plus 3 ACDA Northwest Division Convention invitations); releasing 3 mixtapes from this group.
Sweetheart joined the Blowing Rock Stage Company Acting Interns, performing the role of Kim MacAfee in Bye Bye Birdie which received red line profits & was the “Best Selling Production in the History of the Blowing Rock Stage Company”.
A performing member of the Broadway Artist Alliance in New York City, Sweetheart studied with famous stars of Broadway today, including: Seth Rudetsky, former Radio Host on Serius Satellite Radio, also known for his “Deconstructs” Vlogs; & Kyle Dean Massey of 2010 Pulitzer Prize for Drama Award-Winning musical Next to Normal.
Sweetheart is All-State Music Champion, achieving the highest score in the 7 categories of adjudication for her Count’s page, Cherubino, performance of a solo aria for a Castrati, “Voi Che Sapete” from the Marriage of Figaro by Johannes Mozart.
Sweetheart began her career as a professional singer when she was in third grade performing with tour group The Helena Youth Choir.
Sweetheart is Montana’s Junior Miss 2008; the program is now titled Distinguished Young Women, a scholarship program for girls in high school that encourages through leadership & the platform “Be Your Best Self”.
Sweetheart is Executive Producer of 5 released albums: Namesake (06/28/2011), Score (04/13/2013) (billed as a ‘concept’ album), Jam (09/13/2015), Form (08/23/2016), & Bit (01/29/2019). Her debut record was an original single titled “Represent” (03/16/2011). Sweetheart released 9 mixtapes including (dates are approx.): Aim High, Don’t Look Down (03/20/2012); The RIP Monster (04/14/2012); Bale Money (April 24, 2013); Heart Note (12/20/2014), & Spread (03/28/2018). Sweetheart recorded multiple covers of note including: “Don’t Rain on My Parade” (Funny Girl), & “Defying Gravity” (Wicked) --- licensed to Sweetheart by Greydog for legal distribution. Sweetheart released cover album for Youtube: Mom’s Christmas Album.
Sweetheart directs & creates music videos, & writes all her original lyrics. Sweetheart owns 100% of her brand: Heartz.
She starred in 2 vlog Youtube series. She has modeled commercially. She licensed a song to Billy Stull (Universal EMI) in 2011. She was  managed for a time by Dominic Gutierrez of Avermara Music who did some stuff for Lil Wayne. With Dom, she was commissioned to write 2 songs for Carly Rae Jepsen.
Sweetheart will sign contracts on 3 songs in 2019 for Billy Stull's Four Carrot Publishing Label, to be used by major artists like Cardi B & Snoop Dogg.
Sweetheart is published illustrator on Captain Derek’s Dolphin Magic Boat, “a story Jana has lived firsthand as the firstmate..."  available in Amazon or Barnes & Noble. She's award winning poet for the Stars in Our Hearts competition sponsored by Stephen Colbert. Sweetheart is twice awarded by the National Endowment for the Arts as a poet orator.


Download link: https://we.tl/t-5aZbuIPPCs

(Sweetheart Media Package/Kit 2019)
Checkout B.O.S.S. Radio Live Review of Sweethearts album This Monday February  4th 9 pm on B.O.S.S. Radio
SweetheartOfficial.com

Sweetheartz.us
@sweethearttherapper IG
@emceesweetheart Twitter
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Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Fenty Name Used By Rhianna'a father, AND SHE'S LIVID


Fenty Name Under Attack

Written by Ebonny Robinson


Image result for Rihanna Dads Images
Shocking news in the entertainment world again! Monday morning TMZ released that, Pop Star, Rihanna is currently suing her own father!nj Although we are not brand new to "Ri-Ri" making headlines, this legal matter is a little more serious than her usual shenanigans. Sources say that Rihanna's father, Ronald Fenty, and a business partner used the very popular "Fenty" name to start up his own business. Ronald has made millions using the trademark and has even scheduled multiple appearances for Rihanna without her knowledge, estimating a payout of $15 million. Rihanna will be suing for damages and has asked that the judge place an injunction on her father using the "Fenty" brand.
Trademarking is the easiest way to protect your trade name. Your trade name is your name and it carries weight, as it represents your company and the most important aspect when it comes to your image.This is why it must be protected or you will be in the media all the time apologizing for actions taken in your name, but not with your permission. So make sure you swing by the USPTO website to trademark your name and Logo.