Tuesday, April 29, 2014

C Class Feat Fred The Godson: G'd Up (Remix)







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Touch Me Tease Me Tuesdays @ Alex Steakhouse- NYC (Afterwork Mixer)





This evening's after-work hours will be taken to another level with the kick off of Touch Me Tease Me Tuesdays @ Alex Steakhouse in Manhattan.  Featuring a 5-8PM Happy Hour as well as 50 Cent wings until 9PM and 1/2 off drafts and $5 well drinks. There is no other place to be to catch the NBA Playoffs and party with classy professionals in NYC.

 
For More info
 
@rozas_dozens

Thursday, April 24, 2014

Sensationally Talented Artist George Tandy - Performing March "Live" [ video inside]


This is a REAL Soul Artist right here and you know that's a rare find these days. His name is George Tandy Jr. and I know you've probably already heard his single titled "March". I fell in love with it the first time I heard it. This brotha is original, talented, he writes, he plays music and to top it off he's real easy on the eyes!

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Miss Irie: Pages In My Book (EP) available April 26th via iTunes

 


With tracks like the crowd favorite, female anthem, Still Crazy as well as Madusa (Remix) which she recently dropped a visual for Hated On, and Your Touch The BX own Miss Irie plans to take over New York City's throne as far as female R&B is concerned.  The songbird will be making a major splash with her debut project, Pages In My Book, a 10-track EP sponsored by Hand 2 Hand Entertainment which will be available April 26th via iTunes. Check out the cover-art and Track-Listing:



1. Introduction interview by StudioBug
2. Still Crazy Music (Produced by @argutuerrez7)
3. Shitted On Ft. Miracle D'Rellz (Produced by Ry Love)
4. Forbidden Fruit Ft. Johnny Tsunami (Produced by Tony 2wice)
5. Wonderful World Ft. St-Ray Music (Produced by Tony 2wice)
6. A lil more info
7. Hated On Ft. Jay Jemz The Don (Produced by Gwop Sullivan)
8. Entourage Ft. Niz Cash (Produced by Chuck Platinum)
9. Your Touch Ft. Domo (Produced by Chuck Platinum)
10. Married To My Hustle Part Duex Ft. Miss Irie (Produced by Tree On The Beat)
 
 
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Sponsored by Hand 2 Hand Entertainment

 
 
 
Check out her latest visuals:
 

Monday, April 21, 2014

Francheyez : I'm Lighting It 420 (Official Video)









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Twitter: Franch33zeworld

'FASHION ON BROADWAY' SOARS ABOVE NYC WITH BOBBY STONE & THE NEW OLD SCHOOL



 
 
 
 
NEW YORK CITY, NY--It was an opulent, extravagant affair high above Midtown Manhattan, with the city skyline as a glittering backdrop, as Fashion On Broadway lit up the night over Herald Square.  Presented by Bobby Stone, leader of The New Old School (TNOS), this gala event featured the exciting new looks of designers from Khozi (Ricky Letteen, Priscilla Johnson, and Richard Johnson), Nayburhood Kool Kat (Ricky Letteen, Shalishia, and Buju), Blanche Will of B. Pretty Inc., Uniquely Crocheted Art of Sharon, Smoking Chronicles' T'Lea Styles, Jeff from IconiCreation, Fashion Whorehouse's Kim, and Basic Classics' Anbessa and Deb So Fancy, all of whom showcased their Spring collections.

The stars were out in full force, too, with the first lady of French Montana's Coke Boyz camp, Ana Baby, Multi-Platinum Record Producer Amadeus, R&B Sensation Tiffany Mynon, Hip Hop artist E-Reign (#MoneyCalling4Real), Celebrity Fitness Instructor Charity Lynette of Curvy Chick Fitness, Fyar Everything Clothing, Plus Model/Celebrity Caterer Belizean Flame, Monet Solomon of Phenox Jewels and Celebrity Blogger Jason Bourne all joining the festivities.  The Red Carpet lent the show a real hip-hop flavor, and Cynthia Horner, Editor-In-Chief of Hip Hop Weekly Magazine, Shamika Sanders of thisis50.com/jackthriller.com, Neenee Donaldson of Maybach Magazine, Nicole Flores of Full Blossom Magazine/Xponential Curve,  Fiona Brown of loveandfashion.org, Nicole Ferrell of DivaGalsDaily.com, Bryan of mediaHD and Official Sponsor FGM Magazine were among the many media organizations present.






Fashion On Broadway began with a Sip N Shop that included  complementary wine with hors d'oeuvres from 3:30 PM to 5 PM. The Pop Up Shop participants "Sweet Treats" by Richel, Kayonne Natalie Co. (Accessories) and "Sweet V" Clothing, began the day by wowing the audience on hand with amazing products.  The event was exquisitely catered by Joe Carter, whose culinary delights included shrimp balls, quiche, chicken enchiladas and mini beef wellingtons, complemented by chocolate strawberries Hennessy shooters, Moet, and other top shelf brands of champagne.  DJ Thunder kept the crowd entertained with a perfect combination of Old School and New School.  The  show was also made possible through the efforts of Edo Genius, Juicy Stone, and Druttz.  MNS Media PR, co-CEO Ernest Jackson brought it all together on the red carpet to add to a fashion-forward evening that was unparalleled in style and class.










The New Old School would like to also thank our models: Shawna, Darvell, Enasha, Leanne, Stormy, Shauna, Melissa, Misti, Taisha, Darvell, Rene, Whitney, Camiera, Kenny, Denisha, Tavaura Smith, Zhamedra Thom, Ingrid Gray Rose, Claudia P, Theresa Powell, Annoula Dritsas, C.J., Ashley, Juicy Stone, Sabrina, Marjorie, Belizean Flame, Kenia, Gregory Miles, Nigel Walters, Asher Franklin, Alex, Deanna, Catherine, Destiny, Tinisha, Josh, Jean, EJ, Kenny, Jerome, Ali and all the other models.   Special Thanks to our photographers/videographers: Grasp It All, Scripz Carrenton 10 and Infmega Media, for their time and hard work, it truly helped make this event a great success.
 
 
 



 

 

Fashion On Broadway shone a bright new light on the Great White Way, and its pomp and theatricality added extra glitter to the shining stars of the garment industry!


Photo Credits: Grasp It All, Scripz Carrenton 10 and Infmega Media
Follow Bobby Stone on Instagram & Twitter @bobbystonemusic
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Videos to all of Bobby Stone songs:
http://www.youtube.com/user/bobbystone7?feature=watch

For media inquires please contact MNS Media @ mnsmedia@gmail.com

Rainger: No Pain, No Gain (Mixtape)







 

Real Rainger: Broken Sky




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Thursday, April 10, 2014

Urban Arts Showcase to set sail on Jewel Yacht with DJ Ron G Memorial Day Weekend



The NYC Urban Arts Showcase is taking a giant leap forward and moving the event series on board the Jewel Yacht. The Yacht will take set sail from East 23rd st and FDR drive and travel under the Brooklyn & Manhattan bridges while making a stop at the Statue of Liberty. After five fantastic showcases of unparalleled success at Gallery 69, UAS decided to take advantage of new opportunities. On Board the Jewel Yacht, you will still see your favorite elements of a Urban Arts Showcase: a world class DJ (Legendary Ron G), the hottest up-and-coming recording artist performing live, break-dancing competition, street art exhibits and an exclusive slice of New York city’s fashionable elite with a fashion show and pop up shops from some of the top lifestyle brands the city has to offer. The UAS mission of multicultural arts promotion, ethnic diversity, and positive image remain strong, and we are proud to continue our popular event series on board the Jewel Yacht

Check out the Promo Video:







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Eventbrite - NYC Urban Arts Showcase Yacht Party & Street Wear Fashion Show

For All Inquiries:
Elevated Scott
O: 646-801-3143
C: 347-986-4894
Portfolio: ItsMyUrls
Executive Producer: Urban Arts Showcase
Program Director: X101Jamz
Founder: International-HipHop.com & MixtapeSeries.com
Twitter & Instagram:@Elv8Scott
Facebook: Elevated Scott

UGC sits down with Tahiti Niti

 
 
It's rare in todays times to meet an artist with even a realistic goal when it comes to their musical pursuits let alone a direction. More rappers than there is an audience, is what can be described as today's culture. One person striving to leave their footprint in the sand musically and in general is the Westside of Harlem resident, Niti Tahiti; with his The Garden Mixtape currently available, and plans to make more noise in the coming months and years, Niti Tahiti is on the right path. Check out our exclusive interview with the upstart, and get to know his goals, his motivation, and his brand
 
 
UGC: How does being from Harlem impact your style and sound ?

Niti: Harlem has always had a reputation for being flashy and fly. That was always the image growing up, so that's what motivates me to talk what I talk. I'm not trying sound like nobody; in fact, I don't know how to sound like nobody. My sound is original and pure but I try to be as versatile as possible.

UGC: I've heard you mention that you have dreams of being on the big screen, some ppl may say that you need to be realistic. For those who doubt, can you put it into perspective for us what your goals are industry wise

Niti: I wanna leave a mark. I want every song to be a hit or damn near if I'm lucky. I'm thinking longevity so that I can be in a position of power and become my own boss. I wanna be mentioned even when it's not about music. I wanna be relevant. Most of all I want to be a leader for my generation.


 
UGC: Where did the name Tahiti come from, that’s unique- does it have anything to do with the island?

Niti: It sort of does . The name was a product of me being creative at the time. Some of my friends laughed, and to be honest I laughed with them but eventually they got the idea of where I was heading with it. I'm cool like Tahitian weather. I'd like to visit the island one day; that's another one of my goals on a personal note.

UGC: What are your earliest memories of falling in love with Hip Hop?

Niti; My parents and family were big fans of the legendary 2PAC. They played his songs throughout the house; I remember that vividly from my childhood. My first cassette was his greatest hits. I knew his lyrics by the age of 7. Besides his lyrics being explicit  I guess it was alright because he was more than an artist and from that day, the motivation was planted in me.

 
 
 

UGC: When did you begin to write rhymes, and what was the motivation? 

Niti: I started writing rhymes in junior high school. I loved writing in school but sometimes I was bored. So instead of doing the assignment on the board I would be trying to write a song in the back pages of my notebook.  From there it turned from a hobby, to a passion on mine.

UGC: What was the first project you put out ?  How long did it take you to finish it? What was the most insightful song or personal song on the project?

Niti: My first project as a solo artist was The Garden. I started recording it March 2013 and Release it June 2013. The track FAMOUS (Prod. By Money Makaz) got a lot of great feedback. I've always heard there is a lot of  potential on that song and I feel everyone can relate; when I first heard the beat, I felt like my soul left my body and I went to another place. Sometimes it's hard to believe that's me on them verses. Another song is Love for you (Prod. By Track Officialz).  I'm talking bout music and artist, how much it affects me.

UGC: Any visuals coming soon ? Who are some of the artists and producers you worked with on the project? 

Niti: Yes! Visuals will be released real soon. I worked with Oun P on the track "Keep It Hood" (Prod. By The Cratez) I also worked with close friend Al Negro formerly known as Budda Bless and fellow friend, singer Rell Cox.

 
 

UGC: How do you feel about the landscape in Hip Hop right now and the influence that social media has on how we get new music, as well as the pressure placed on artists to be an open book?

Niti: I honestly feel it's not fair to artist. I'm not just speaking as an artist but as a fan of Hip Hop. Too many rappers and not enough talent. Every body raps now this is the new game of basketball. What are the odds of becoming the next big superstar in Hip Hop ? The chances are slim to none. Who doesn't have a music link on their social network. The game is so twisted that people who never did music are coming out of no where. I can't take that from them. Everybody complaining but no one is taking responsibility. Everybody's judging and pointing fingers especially in New York. It's difficult.

UGC: Where can the fans and supporters get updates on your music, and forthcoming shows? 

Niti: They can get updates on my all social media feeds, which I would like everyone to follow and engage with me through. These are:
 
Instagram @Tniti_  
Twitter: @coolteerap 
Facebook: Niti Tee 
 
I update daily regarding my new music , shows and other aspects of my adventures as a rising artist.

UGC: Where can they find your music currently?
 
Niti: Currently my music is on sound-cloud via my page:  Niti Uptown. Also my mixtape is on
DatPiff : The Garden - Tahiti Niti
 
 
 

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Jay Citee: I Got It ( Music Video)

Jay Citee is a Brooklyn, NY born MC raised in the Bedford Stuyvesant area, bringing originality and a distinctive sound to his brand of music. Influenced by the likes of Jay Z, Nas, and Bow Wow, in addition to present day stars such as Meek Mill, Jay Citee has been doing his diligence with very good showings throughout the tri-state smashing stages at showcases and more. Check out the visual for his I Got It, single off of the Rise of The Fallen Citee Mixtape available via Hot New Hip Hop







 
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Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Lite 16 Media Presents: Live Concert @ Sabana Lounge



A Live Concert / Open Mic opportunity for artists is going down at the spacious Sabana Lounge taking place this Friday April 11th. Sabana Lounge is located 1460 Westchester Ave, Bronx 10472

To perform or RSVP, contact:
Lite16media@gmail.com.


As an ode to support and Hip Hop's essence, Guests are FREE BEFORE 7:30 and there is a $10 cover charge afterwards ($15 after 9pm). Come to Sabana Lounge ready to party and partake in a night of stellar performances and great networking opportunitites. Bottles, VIP and Hookah services are available.

For more updates follow @Lite16media (IG, Twitter, Facebook)


*****Open Mic Rules*****


A $50 fee is to be paid before 8pm on the day of the event.

Stage-Time: 7-8 mins (Slots are limited and on a First come-First perform basis)

Doors open 6pm, sound checks are conducted from 6:15-7:30 to ensure the mic and sound quality are up to par.

The show starts 8:15pm sharp.
Bring music on CD, Flash Drive or email to Lite16media@gmail.com

Salese: Shake Da Club (Official Music Video)


The Last Supper is coming; BX MC and veteran Hip Hop recording artist Salese plans to drop his street album by that exact title in the very near future. As a warm up he has released this certified night life banger, Shake Da Club featuring J30 , with appearance by Specialyst Ent / MMG comedian Marcus Banks. Check it out :








 
 
 
FOR MORE ON SALESE, GO TO:
WWW.SALESENYC.COM
 

Mz Hollywood AKA Holly LaRue: BBQ Seeds & Green Tea (Mixtape)



Check out BX representative Mz Hollywood, better known as Holly Larue mixtape BBQ Seeds and Green Tea


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For more info:

Moetentertainment2014@gmail.com
 

Friday, April 4, 2014

The Yung Marvin Gaye of Rap: T Parris




“Rappers rap, MCs put on shows.” T. Parris

 
Born Terry Parris, T. Parris began his life in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, NY. At the young age of 3, he moved to Harlem where he was raised by a remarkable combination of his grandmother (his greatest inspiration), the mean streets of Harlem, and his dad, when time and circumstances permitted. His other influences include such diverse minds as Marvin Gaye, Nas, Magic Johnson, Malcolm X, Dr. King and Tupac Shakur.

T. Parris has lived a difficult life. It was through the writing down of his tribulations and hardships that he realized his gift as a writer. It was through the ensuing noteworthy street buzz created by his writing that his talent as an MC was realized. While T. Parris was busy writing classic lines he was simultaneously setting the stage for his future, clearly demonstrating his drive to succeed.

In an effort to make the most of his obvious abilities, T. Parris has been focused on writing and rhyming for over 10 years. While many would be content to let someone else hold the reigns of their budding career in order to focus on writing, T. Parris has performed in places from  S.O.Bs in New York to Atrium in Atlanta, he has also performed on Rikers Island for the youth – with his energy and hunger playing an integral role in every opportunity he has created for himself.



T. Parris started out with a group from Harlem called M.E.N., who made a huge name for themselves independently. This lead to the birth of T. Parris “the Artist”, stepping out of the norm and displaying that he has the talent to rise to the top, going from being part of an all-star line up to a solo MVP in this hip hop game.

As a solo artist T. Parris has released 1 LP CD, 3 solo mix-tapes, 1 collaborative CD, his own DVD and is currently working on an album project. While on his mission to secure his status in the mainstream, T. Parris has made it abundantly clear that any and every microphone is fair game!

When listening to his rhymes and the thought-provoking wordplay therein,

"…3 mc's 2 Degrees 1 Felony / the end of the road, the only thing ahead of me...” T. Parris

 
It becomes clear that T. Parris is definitely among the top lyricist in the game.

Lyrics like these lead one to believe that Parris is not only a writer but also a revolutionary and a trailblazer - a pioneer. However, it is his actions that solidify him as an activist, constantly giving back to the community. Who was the last MC you know  to graduate with a Master’s degree, encounter a felony, and still find the passion to deliver countless inspirational songs?


To some he is the Rakim of his era, to others he is the Langston Hughes of his genre - either comparison leads one to believe that T. Parris is a great look for hip-hop music and definitely a breath of fresh air.






Learn more about T. Parris and his music at:


 

Available Now on iTunes “A Note On Your Dresser”:




Check out the video for Living Off Experience



 





 
 
 
Homicide Harlem Available Now, click here

Thursday, April 3, 2014

Empire State of Grind Entertainment's Headliner KONY BROOKS

 



Empire State of Grind Entertainment own Kony Brooks  is a well rounded individual; Music Artist, Ghost Writer, Musical Mentor, Lyrical Teacher, Basketball Coach and Rap Game Entrepreneur are some of the hats that this Bronx native wears.

Born in the 90's in Southern Blvd section of the Boogie Down Bronx, the multi-talented indie artist is on a journey to take over the music industry. Starting at the tender age of 7, wrote his first rhyme for a school project. At that time, the potential was there, but maturation was needed; At age 11 he revisited the subject of composition, feeling that he was better equipped and with that he as well as others noticed that if taken, serious, music was in his future. At the behest of lifelong friend & classmate Zay Rhymes,  the pursuit began.

In High School, KONY became more active in his craft and embraced the culture of Hip Hop as a whole,  joining a program that directly associated him with three other rappers that became "Tha Works Records." As the story of so many artists goes, over the next few years the group flip flopped from name to name, finally settling on  "The Almighty Renegades." However great the time was, the group effort was short lived and KONY knew that in order for him to reach his goals, going at it solo was a must.


 



With the support of his Manager, Walter L. Morris aka Hustle Mo, CEO of EmpireStateofGrind Entertainment as well as family and friends,  KONY has gone on to release 2 Solo mixtapes, release countless visuals and a debut album,  Divine Right (March  2012) and sophomore effort Kony Island (March 2013)

The King Of NY has appeared and been featured on various Internet Radio outlets with the Steph Lova on DTF Radio, Dj Dynasty (Niteline), Ivy SoMajor (So Major Radio), Dj ShownTell (Sunday Night Cook Up), MeloDream/IMG Radio, CoCo (Just Gimmie The Mic), AllCityRadio, Teknologist Radio, Underground Express (Connecticut), QSJ Radio, Xtreme 104FM and Eddie Kayne (420 Radio) and many more. Learning from his biggest influences who he names as Zay Rhymes, the late Biggie Smalls, Eminem, and Lloyd Banks, Eats, Sleeps, and Breathes Music.







Follow (IG & Twitter)
 
@KONYBROOKS
 
 
@TEAMKONYNYC
 
 
 FOR BOOKINGS CONTACT HUSTLE MO' AT
WLM239@GMAIL.COM
 


They Got Skills Presents: Bringing Radio Back

They Got Skills and Hot 97's DJ Spynfo teamed up to spread love and motivate the grind of some of NYC's brightest up and coming stars via their Bringing Radio Back initiative which took place at Clubhouse Sports Bar, in Brooklyn.  The perks for the night included a cash prize, as well as a promo run which will include radio play via Hot 97. Check out the highlights of the night: