ANTHONYJSENSEI 

  • What is your name and what city do you rep?

My name is AnthonyJsenseI and I rep the Birmingham area and reside In Hoover, AL.

  • What is unique about you and your music?

I've always acted different and thought different from other people which causes me to stand out from the crowd, I try to incorporate things and situations that people experience daily to make my music relatable but still add a flex vibe in the mix. Also, my music is very versatile, I believe versatility is the key to a long and fruitful career in the music industry.

  • What shaped your music?

I've been through my share of adversity and heartbreak, so I feel these situation shape my music and are part of the reason I make music as more of an outlet to express what's going on in my life, because I know I'm not the only one who goes through things I've been through, I make music for the people who start their own wave, and don't fit in with the crowd because normal is overrated and boring.

  • When did you realize you were going to make music professionally?

Music has always been a passion of mine ever since I was young, but I was always afraid to put out music because I thought people wouldn't like it and judge me, but as soon as I get put out my first song Tesla I got a lot of positive feedback, that's when I decided I just wanted to push and see how far I could go as an artist, then actually hearing myself on a track for the first time made me excited and I wanted to do more and create my own sound.

  • What type of music do you listen to?

My top genres of music are Rap, Pop, and R&B, I've recently been listening to more Alternative music because I want to branch out more. Blood Orange has become one of my favorites so far and recommend everyone should check him out.

  • Who, to you, is the most undervalued music artist?

I feel like 2 chainz is highly slept especially in today's rap scene, maybe because rap has changed so drastically in the last 10 years

  • How do you prepare for your performances?

I always practice for an hour each day of that week of the show to have everything solid especially if it has been a while since I've done a show, and right before every show I pray and ask god to help me relax and have a lit performance.

  • What ignites your (song) writing flow?

For me, inspiration can come from anything, I could go through a traumatic experience, I could hear a beat I really dig the vibe, someone could tell me to keep pushing, me listen to new music, etc. but I try not to force inspiration because it comes in its own time.

What do you do when you don't do music (creative or otherwise) and that you are passionate about?

I'm big into nature, animals and stuff like that, it is the inspiration for a lot of my videos that I put out, I am also a brand ambassador/model for LaFranke and recently just partnered up with another brand called TrapGolf. Modeling is something I just started pursuing recently and my plans are to create a business to make model videos for different brands to promote them. Video games, watching anime, running, and traveling are some other things I enjoy as well.

  • Success to you is...

Success to me is being able to live off what your passionate about and be happy while doing it. There are too many people that are rich and have everything they need material wise but still end up depressed. Fancy cars, jewelry, etc. don't mean success because majority of the time your favorite rapper is leasing it all or in debt if we are being completely honest.

  • What do you wish you were told when you first started rapping that you think would help anyone recently starting artists out?

I've only been making music for a year and some change now but through this journey I've gained some valuable knowledge and experience that I think every artist should know...

· DON'T OVERTHINK.

· DO YOU, it can be tempting to do what's popular but stay in your lane and people will eventually hop on your wave.

· FOCUS ON THE MUSIC NOT BEING FAMOUS, it can really stress you out and create a mental block for creativity.

· STAY CONSISTENT, I'm still trying to be better in this area myself.

  • Any upcoming projects?

I'm planning to release my first Project called "Way of the Sensei" Vol.1 this upcoming September, as for any other projects happening this year like maybe an EP, anything can happen, but I really wanna put all my energy into Way of the Sensei since it will be my first full length project.

  • Where do we find you music / music project?

I'm on every platform under the sun, Apple Music, Spotify, Tidal, I just named those since there the big 3. Just search AnthonyJsenseI and I should pop up, ill provide links for everyone to make it easier.

I'm AnthonyJsenseI and I hope all enjoyed getting to know me more and I gained a fan out of you, stay positive and stay tuned- SenseI

  • Music Links

· https://soundcloud.com/user-703318541

· https://itunes.apple.com/ca/artist/anthonyjsensei/1437566781

· https://tidal.com/browse/artist/10404683

· https://open.spotify.com/artist/3LW8LvcKrBjCDXeocvTSa6

  • Check out my Instagram and YouTube as well

· https://www.instagram.com/anthonyjsensei/

· https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkzE9dR1yKhv3zrX6pt71Bg

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SPLIFF 

  • What is your name and what city do you rep? SPLIFF, Birmingham, AL.
  • What is unique about you and your music? I don't have a certain style, I write to how I feel, so that what makes me uniquely different. My music is unique because I am more of an ol' school type of person..I like my music to have substance, not necessarily a message, but a subject you can follow opposed to a song that is all over the place.

  • What shaped your music? My surroundings and my life.
  • When did you realize you were going to make music professionally? Professionally, about 18 years old.
  • What type of music do you listen to? Rap/ Hip Hop, Blues, Jazz, RnB, Neo-soul, Rock (some), Bluegrass (some), Country (some).
  • Who, to you, is the most undervalued music artist? Myself (SPLIFF). The hoops we jump through for the Powers (DJs) that be in the city, we still yet to receive any air time. I am one of the artist that takes criticism; be it corrective or not and apply it to the next projects so that we may be able to receive air time and yet it still never happens.
  • How do you prepare for your performances? First off, I ALWAYS rehearse my songs repetitiously and everything else normally falls into place because thats the hardest part is actually knowing your music.
  • What ignites your (song) writing flow? Weed!! (Mary Jane is my biggest influence in writing music; she gets the juices flowing like the Nile River lol)
  • What do you do when you don't do music (creative or otherwise) and that you are passionate about? Well, first and foremost when I'm not doing music I'm taking care of my family and outside of that I love drawing and watching Anime. When I just wanna unwind I like playing my video games or listening to instrumentals for my next song.
  • Success to you is... Success to me is first setting realistic goals, coming up with a plan to actually complete the goals. You are never truly successful unless the people in your life are successful as well. If they are not successful they are going to always be asking you for help and that sometimes leads to cut offs. You feel me.
  • What do you wish you were told when you first started rapping that you think would help anyone recently starting artists out? Uh well. First thing I wish someone would've told me was to not waste unnecessary money on buying a lot of equipment trying to do everything myself as far as beats, recording and producing. Wish I would've been told that you have to have a team; like minded individuals.
  • Any upcoming projects? Yes. Currently working on an new album "Blazin" and a mix tape "Rollin Up"
  • Where do we find you music / music project? Music can be found on Facebook, Instagram, Youtube, Spotify, Pandora, Itunes, Apple Music, andCD Baby (SEARCH: MARY JANE SPLIFF).
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Facebook: https://p.facebook.com/therealspliff205/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/therealspliff205/

Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5F99sENsJg8

Pandora: https://www.pandora.com/artist/spliff/mary-jane-explicit/ALKdr9w6bxc3c2Z?part=ug&corr=41841349

Itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/mary-jane-ep/1380946050

Apple Music: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/mary-jane-ep/1380946050

CD Baby: https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/spliff32

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What is your name and what city do you rep? Billieon and Cleveland #216 #TheLand

What is unique about you and your music? I always been my own person always had my own lane. My style and my personality is dope.

What shaped your music? Watching female legends (Lil Kim,Eve,Foxy Brown) I always wanted to be this big star. The whole image is dope

When did you realize you were going to make music professionally? No lie,24,even though I was doing music in high school.

What type of music do you listen to? 90's Hip Hop and R&B and of course Trap music.

Who, to you, is the most undervalued music artist? Me 😂 But something is going to shake one day.

How do you prepare for your performances? In the bathroom mirror.

What ignites your (song) writing flow? My mood at the moment or the beat.

What do you do when you don't do music (creative or otherwise) and that you are passionate about? I'm into fashion and beauty. I work so,to be honest, I be at work a lot.

Success to you is...Peace of mind!! Wealth,having purpose and wanting to achieve something and getting it done.

What do you wish you were told when you first started rapping that you think would help anyone recently starting artists out? Be yourself. A lot of people sleep on themselves because of a non supporter. Do u. Don't hold back.

Any upcoming projects? Yes.I'm going to be dropping a new video in a few weeks off " Tha Trap Fairy Mixtape", then it's time for the new tape. 😊Stay tuned.

Where do we find you music / music project? As of right now I'm on YouTube ,Spinrilla, LiveMixtapes,SoundCloud And also Dat Piff.

www.Instagram.com/billieon_

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Casino Cain

  • What is your name and what city do you rep? My name is Casino Cain and I represent Marshall,Tx
  • What is unique about you and your music? I would say unique but my music is different from others.
  • What shaped your music? As a young kid I was in love with music and I used to try and write raps and the things that I had to go through. Growin up I felt like I was to mature for my age.
  • When did you realize you were going to make music professionally? When I got fired from my 9-5 job at Burger King I needed some kind of income,so why not make it doing something I love
  • What type of music do you listen to? All genres of music
  • Who, to you, is the most undervalued music artist? My two friends from Marshall Yg Mare and DatBoiiMajor
  • How do you prepare for your performances? I currently haven't had any performances but when I do I am going to  prepare myself by thinking of who I'm doing this for.
  • What ignites your (song) writing flow? Doesn't really take much of you give me a fire beat then we got something going.
  • Success to you is... having Notoriety
  • What do you wish you were told when you first started rapping that you think would help anyone recently starting artists out? That it's not an easy task to take after. You have to be dedicated to it
  • Any upcoming projects? Not gonna speak much on that. I want to surprise y'all.
  • Where do we find you music / music project? 
 www.Instagram.com/bdn_cain 

Snapchat @dlestet490 

YouTube channel (Davan Lester)

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EMONEY GETNMONEY -Drip feat Project Pat Out Now! 


EMONEY GETNMONEY

***What is your name and what city do you rep?

I go by Emoney GetnMoney. I'm from Birmingham,Al

***What is unique about you and your music?

I'm not your ordinary young artist. I'm very versatile. My music is unique cause I'm from Birmingham,Al,one the most talented overlooked places in the world. I pride my music on that and the struggle to come out of the Ham.I try to make my music relate to my my fans. I want them to  feel like they can just get away in my lyrics and be free.

***What shaped your music?

My life growing up shaped everything about my music.  I never really learned as a kid how to express myself until I picked up the pen and pad expressing myself through music,only then am I at one with myself. You can really find out who Emoney GetnMoney really is.

***When did you realize you were going to make music professionally?

When I turned down art college coming out of high school,because my desire for music had taken my love for drawing away totally.

What type of music do you listen to? Rap, Pop, R&B, I've always been told I have an old soul. I'm crazy about blues.

***Who, to you, is the most undervalued music artist?

I discuss this to my partners all the time, Ja Rule before 50 people just forgot how Ja, had the hip hop game on clamps. You wasn't turning a radio station and not hearing that man. And my boi Big Draco (Soula Boy) he paved the way for the wave we are riding today.

***How do you prepare for your performances?

I recite my music over n over all day I pray and ask the Lord for a great performance before I go on stage and go out n give it my all.

***What ignites your (song) writing flow?

Everything. I can be at work or the store,it don't matter. I make songs off hooks because I feel like a hook is the legs of the song without legs you ain't moving. A hook is repetitive so it's something the listener is gone keep hearing so it got to be a vibe. Whenever I think of a hook I write it down,wherever I'm at, I always can put a body to it a (verse).

***What do you do when you don't do music (creative or otherwise) and that you are passionate about?

I'm a gamer man, 2K! Whoever want it, holla at me! I'm a true drinker, other then that man spending time wit my lil ones.

***Success to you is...

Success to me is not living check to check and getting paid for something I love to do. My moms always told me,"Son,if you're doing what you love to do,you will never work a day in your life." That stuck with me,that's being successful.

***What do you wish you were told when you first started rapping that you think would help anyone recently starting artists out?

Be patient and understand hard work pays off.Practice makes perfect and open your mind think outside the box.  Try to replace curse words with other words to challenge your mind.

***Any upcoming projects?

Yea, I just dropped my Ep "LIFE ON 24" on all streaming platforms its a must have.

***Where do we find you music / music project?

Apple Music, Deezer, I heart radio, Spotify you name it i am there!

www.Instagram.com/emoneygetnmoney

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Shell Boog 

  • What is your name and what city do you rep?

Shell Boog I represent Phila Pa

  • What is unique about you and your music?

I try to disconnect myself from what everyone else is doing and focus on greatness so I can cultivate my originality

  • What shaped your music?

My experiences and my perception

  • When did you realize you were going to make music professionally?

When I fell in love with the art of creating and realized I wanted to make money from it

  • What type of music do you listen to?

I listen to all kinds of music I don't discriminate

  • Who, to you, is the most undervalued music artist?

Anyone that isn't getting acknowledgement for their hard work

  • How do you prepare for your performances?

I pray and meditate

  • What ignites your (song) writing flow?

A hot beat and a nice vibe gets me going

  • What do you do when you don't do music (creative or otherwise) and that you are passionate about?

I'm passionate about serving Christ

  • Success to you is...

A person that has fulfilled his purpose

  • What do you wish you were told when you first started rapping that you think would help anyone recently starting artists out?

That it wasn't going to be easy and you have to work extremely hard

  • Where do we find you music / music project?

Www.Soundcloud.com/shellboog

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Gwtoodope

  • What is your name and what city do you rep? I'm Gwtoodope from Birmingham Alabama.
  •  What is unique about you and your music? My music is unique because I strive to sound different and address social issues in our country.
  • What shaped your music? My music is shaped by my life and my experiences and places I've lived and traveled to.
  • When did you realize you were going to make music professionally? I realized I loved music and it was my passion when I was in the 8th grade I began using one phone to play a beat and another to take a audio recording
  • What type of music do you listen to? I listen to 90 rap and early 2000 hip hop with a lil country or r&b in-between
  • Who, to you, is the most undervalued music artist? I believe J cole is underrated because he talks about issues we should bring light to in America I prepare to do a performance with 
  • How do you prepare for your performances? A prayer to God and I listen to my mixtapes and smoke a backwood and try to release my mind
  • What ignites your (song) writing flow? 

     My song writing flow is set off by a good vibe a few drink or a smoke and I'm there
  • What do you do when you don't do music (creative or otherwise) and that you are passionate about? When I'm not making music u can find me working on cars I'm a mechanic and I love America muscle cars
  • What do you wish you were told when you first started rapping that you think would help anyone recently starting artists out? 

    I would say with the help and will of God anything is possible if u love what u do and it makes u happy how could u give up
  • Any upcoming projects?  I have a new album set to drop on iTunes it's titled a "red rose on the west side " this is my debut project all previous release have been features or mixtapes
  • Any upcoming projects?Where do we find you music / music project? You can find me on soundcloud.com/Gwtoodope reverbnation.com/Gwtoodope

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Hailey Livingston

  • What is your name and what city do you rep?

My name is Hailey Livingston and I am a 26 year old artist born and raised in Los Angeles. I grew up in North Hollywood where I still live and love my city. Growing up in LA has given me a lot of insight into the entertainment industry and having a parent actually in the business has taught me a lot. Growing up my parents always exposed me and my brother to art, films and lots of music. I always felt supported in my home to be creative and express myself. I went to Millikan Middle school where I took dance and acting classes every day, then attended C.H.A.M.P.S., a preforming arts high school in the San Fernando Valley where I was constantly exposed to the arts. After high school I went to one year of college at LA Valley College but found myself really only enjoying my dance and sculpture class. I love my city with a passion and am a true LA girl. I love traveling but I plan to live and die in LA!

  • What is unique about you and your music?

I think the thing that sets my music apart is my significant influence from poetry and the influences I take from many different genres. The thing that really changed the trajectory of my artistic life towards making music was my poetry. I have been writing poetry my whole life but never shared it with anyone. I have always used poetry as a form of personal therapy and a way to get my thoughts out of my head but I just did it for myself. In 2017 I started attending Da Poetry Lounge on Fairfax and performing my poems live. The audiences response was amazing and really gave me the confidence to share more of my work. I posted videos of my poetry on social media and got a lot of support and encouragement. Poetry was definitely the gateway for me to start writing songs and creating music. My producer Brendan Moore AKA Ferguson and I had a hard time deciding what genre my album is because it pulls from so many different types of music.

  • What shaped your music?

After dealing with a complicated romantic relationship I felt very upset and was writing tons of poetry to vent my feelings on the situation. One day I felt compelled to make a beat and try songwriting and wrote the 9th song on my album "WINDOWS". I just couldn't stop and ended up making a whole album. "CLAP BACK" is an edgy female anthem that touches on love, relationships, disappointment, and power dynamics. It's a R&B/Pop vibe and features the very talented rapper Alexander Watson who gives the male perspective. I have always loved hip hop and rap and took a lot of inspiration for beats and rhyme schemes for my lyrics. My music also has a lot of influences from R&B and Pop music. One of the albums that really touched and inspired me was Ctrl by SZA. I had never heard an artist that I related to so much and I listened to that album on repeat dissecting every little part. I remember thinking to myself if I ever made an album I would want it to sound like that. I also take a lot of poetic inspiration from Bob Dylan and his edgy, witty lyrics. Despite the many artist that have influenced me in my life the most significant influence is definitely Beyoncé. I am completely obsessed with Beyoncé! She is not only my idol as a musical artist but also as a woman and human being. Her work over the years has made an impact on me unlike any other artist. From her amazing vocals and performing ability to her beautiful films and music videos, no one compares to her in my opinion. Also her strong focus on women's empowerment makes me so proud to be a woman and use my art to stand up for other women. If I ever get to meet her or work with her I could die a happy girl. I am so proud my album debut "CLAP BACK" and feel like it truly captured who I am as an artist.

  • When did you realize you were going to make music professionally?

The moment I decided to pursue music professionally was the night I decided to create my album "CLAP BACK". Meeting Brendan Moore AKA Ferguson, the producer of my album was the key to this project and inspired me immensely. We really understand each other musically and have similar taste which made it so easy to create together. Every time I went to the studio he always had a new song or artist to share with me and we would email each other inspiring things all the time. When we first started meeting up we would just make random songs but had no intension of making an album. After about 4 songs we had talked a lot about my struggles getting over my romantic relationship and he suggested I write about that. I went home and was hooked to my computer all night making music and brainstorming. From that point forward the album had a solid concept and took on a life of it's own. I also knew I wanted to make as many music videos as possible to release simultaneously with the album and ended up creating 5 that are now on YouTube. When I decide to do something I always finish and never half ass it. I put my all into it and never give up. Nobody is going to work harder for me than me and I have so much more I am excited to create and share in the future!

  • What type of music do you listen to?

I love so many different genres of music but for the most part I listen to hip hop and rap. As a poet I love rhyming and rap music always inspires me. I also love R&B and Oldies music when I'm in a more mellow or romantic mood. When I meet someone new I usually express how much I love music but they are usually surprised by how much. I literally listen to music from the moment I wake up in the morning until I go to sleep unless I am busy making my own music. I have my speaker in my house bumping music no matter what I am doing and probably drive my neighbors crazy. There is something about music that really moves me and there is nothing that compares to the feeling you get from a great song. I am open to listening to anything and have been to hundreds of concerts from Modest Mouse to Wu-Tang Clan. To me good music is just good music period.

  • Who, to you, is the most undervalued music artist?

It might be cocky to say this but me haha. I am currently an independent artist so all of the funding for creating the album and music videos came out of my own pocket. I feel like it was an investment in myself and I love the creative control that being an independent artist gives me. Of course at some point it would be awesome to have a labels support and a bigger budget to make my vision come to life but either way I am not going to let anything get in my way of creating until the day I die. I don't think anyone who chooses the path of an artist ever experiences a completely smooth road. There have been a lot of no's and rejection but I have never let that stop me. I think that is the key to success. Never giving up. If someone says no to you then you are just talking to the wrong person. Since releasing my album it has been so interesting to hear people's opinions. Some people will love it and some people will hate it and that's just the way it is. As long as I love what I create that is all that truly matters to me. I hope to be able to do this as long as possible as a career and reach as many people as possible with my art.

  • How do you prepare for your performances?

It is only natural to feel nerves before any performance but I actually really like that feeling. The adrenalin rush you get after completing a performance is a high that is unlike anything else. There is a certain freedom I feel on stage or in front of the camera and I tap into a different part of myself. When I would perform my poetry live at Da Poetry Lounge the best part was the audiences reactions. The energy you get from the audience really plays a role in your performance and can fire you up to do better work. Being in the studio is such a different feeling that performing in front of a live audience and I look forward to doing bigger and better shows.

  • What ignites your (song) writing flow?

I definitely feel inspired to write when I am sad or angry. Getting out difficult emotions to deal with through music is so therapeutic for me. The only song on my album that is really a happy positive vibe is the last song on the album "MORNING GLORY". The whole album explores my struggles with a relationship and men but I wanted to end it on a positive note with a song that represents a silver lining. When things don't work out I usually get way more inspired to talk about it than when everything is going good. I am also a night owl and pretty much only create music at night. I stay up sometimes until the sunrise writing and creating beats. I like to create music alone at home and then go into the studio once I am prepared to record.

  • What do you do when you don't do music (creative or otherwise) and that you are passionate about?

At this point I don't have any other job other than being an artist and hope to be able to maintain that for the rest of my life. For the album I also produced, directed and edited all the music videos myself so this project is a true piece of my heart and soul that I have invested so much into. Creating all the music video concepts and making them come to life was such an amazing experience. I would have dreams and wake up to sketch down the visuals in my head and while listening to the songs I always saw images to match. I felt it was very necessary to make as many music videos as possible to release with my album to complete my vision for the project. I would love to make music videos for other artists and actually started a company LA Music Video Productions and plan to do that for LA artists who need music videos. I also love being in nature. I feel most at peace at the beach, camping or going on a hike. My mom and grandma have been gardening my whole life and now that I have my own spot I enjoy gardening in my spare time. Another passion of mine is food! I am really adventurous with food and will try just about anything. I love going to try new restaurants with my friends or cooking a delicious meal at home.

  • Success to you is...

Success to me is being able to be an artist and support myself solely on that. Of course it would be awesome to be financially rewarded for my work but as long as I am able to create and survive comfortably I am happy. I also think that happiness and health in itself is success. I am more interested in being truly happy than I am in being successful. I would rather wear flowers in my hair than diamonds around my neck. Not to say that I am not extremely motivated. I am relentless when I have a goal and work my butt off to make my dreams become a reality. If I have an idea I am going to make it happen no matter what.

What do you wish you were told when you first started rapping that you think would help anyone recently starting artists out?

I don't know if I would consider myself a rapper even though a lot of my lyrics are influenced by rap. As a writer the best piece of advice I could give someone is that there are no rules. Don't fall for the idea that there has to be a certain structure or formula to make a good song. Do what inspires you. I think it is better to be unique and misunderstood than to conform to be like anyone else.

  • Any upcoming projects?

My producer and I are currently making more music and will definitely be releasing it within the next year. My initial idea for my album "CLAP BACK" was to create a full visual album with a music video for all 11 songs, however being an independent artist I overestimated what I was financially capable of doing and could only complete 5 music videos. I hope for my next project to be able to make a full visual album. I have always loved film and have created many short film over the years. In 2017 I made a short film involving poetry called "TICK TOCK" that was featured in a few LA film festivals. I am also excited to collaborate with more artist and evolve my sound. I don't want to repeat myself so I am always looking for ways to grow as an artist. I have been working hard on promoting my album and have many exciting opportunities coming up for the rest of 2019.

  • Where do we find you music / music project?

My album "CLAP BACK" is out now and available to download everywhere! It is on all music streaming service including iTune, Spotify, Apple Music, Tidal, Pandora and more. You can check out the 5 official music videos and some behind the scenes footage on my YouTube channel under my name Hailey Livingston. Hope you enjoy!



Here are the links to download my album and the links to my social media. Thank you again for supporting my music! I really appreciate it.


-Hailey Livingston

OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEOS ON YOUTUBE:

https://www.youtube.com/c/HaileyLivingston

INSTAGRAM:

https://www.instagram.com/haileyliv/

SPOTIFY:

https://open.spotify.com/album/40qb4eqNPToGTiVgF9ddcz?si=-Kyrb6SlSXWG7gfpVd8Hvg

APPLE MUSIC:

https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/hailey-livingston/1448695725

SOUNDCLOUD:

https://soundcloud.com/haileylivingston

FACEBOOK:

https://www.facebook.com/hlivingston1

TWITTER:

https://twitter.com/haileyliv 

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SLEE

  • What is your name and what city do you rep? My name is Sutton Steele but everyone knows me by my artist name Slee! Mobile,AL
  • What is unique about you and your music? What makes me Unique is I'm me NOBODY else is Slee! Period I have a gift from God that he gave me Specifically to share with all of you <3
  • What shaped your music? My grandma used to play records daily & I'm so thankful for that because It deff shaped my sound into what it is! & to this day I still wake up & listen to Classic Timeless artist!
  • When did you realize you were going to make music professionally? I've been singing since 3 & free styling since 5 but as far as professionally I stepped into my first STUDIO at 13
  • What type of music do you listen to? I listen to all kinds! Majority tho the artist working hard in ALABAMA!! & MY OWN lol
  • Who, to you, is the most undervalued music artist? Undervalued I would definitely say MYSELF & EVERY OTHER ARTIST WORKING HARD IN ALABAMA WITH 0 RECOGNITION FOR THERE HARD WORK!
  • How do you prepare for your performances? I just always listen to my music 24/7 always stay prayed up & LOTS & LOTS of practice!
  • What ignites your (song) writing flow?It's all about the beat for me! Music is a FEELING so if i vibe with the beat then the words are just gonna come rushing to my head! Thank God!
  • What do you do when you don't do music (creative or otherwise) and that you are passionate about? When I'm not creating my own music I'm helping other artist create there hits! As a engineer for TBG in Birmingham,AL / other than that I LOVE movies & nature
  • Success to you is...Success to me is being able to take care of EVERYONE I know financially, Put Alabama on the map like never before, & ALL 7.2 billion ppl in this world knowing my music & healing thru it!
  • What do you wish you were told when you first started rapping that you think would help anyone recently starting artists out? I wish they would have told me that I CAN DO IT anything I put my mind to I can do! & also NEVER spend to long on one song,just make the next one better than the last!
  • Any upcoming projects? Upcoming Projects I've been working on THE LINK UP (volume 2) / RARE SLEE/ & a untitled project
  • Where do we find you music / music project? To find my music simply Google Slee! & whatever song name or album you would like to hear with it! I am on ALL major platforms! Stream Buy & Listen!

My Latest music video titled "Drunk Driving" make sure you check it out, leave a comment, & subscribe!

https://youtu.be/y5PsBQa_1Ro

www.Instagram.com/Slee94_

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BBYGYRL 


  • What is your name and what city do you rep? My name is BBYGYRL I REP BRANDON, Mississippi
  • What is unique about you and your music?The unique thing about my music is that it has this different sounds. I can sing different sounds and rap. 
  • What shaped your music?Having a daughter is what shaped my music and just tired of being broke finally finding something I can finally do that I love doing. I don't want to have to struggle.
  • When did you realize you were going to make music professionally? I decided to take my music career professional once I got into the studio for the first time in September 23,2018 and over night I had 3k views so I decided to keep pushing it.
  • What type of music do you listen to?I listen to all music long as it sound good an make sense.
  • Who, to you, is the most undervalued music artist ? I think undervalued artist is Jazmine Sullivan. She is a dope artist.
  • How do you prepare for your performances? I prepare for my performance drinking my hot tea and just staying really focused!!
  • What ignites your (song) writing flow? My song writing flow just really comes from my heart what the beat makes me feel. If I'm doing a collab with someone I can tell a female side of the story.
  • What do you do when you don't do music (creative or otherwise) and that you are passionate about? When I'm not doing music I just be working , dancing and spending my time with my daughter.
  • Success to you is...Success to me is when I have done all that I can to get myself to the top. When people have recognized how much work I put into this vision of mines.
  • What do you wish you were told when you first started rapping that you think would help anyone recently starting artists out? What I think I should have been told was to get the business side done before stepping out with music.
  • Any upcoming projects?Getting ready to drop a single soon
  • Where do we find you music / music project?You can find my music right now on YouTube.

    https://youtu.be/8wWP0yjm5GY

www.instagram.com/iambbygrl

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Willie Bee

  • What is your name and what city do you rep? My name is Willie Bee, The westside of Atlanta
  • What is unique about you and your music? I really done what I rap about and I dont sound like anyone else. I,m a mixture of the 90s and new school.
  • What shaped your music?  No limit Cash Money and Outkast mainly... The 90s then 2000 era TIP Jeezy now Nipsey
  • What type of music do you listen to? Mainly Rap certain R&B
  • Who, to you, is the most undervalued music artist? Me
  • How do you prepare for your performances? I smoke some blunts and take some shots.
  • What ignites your (song) writing flow?  Nothing. The natural love for good beats
  • What do you do when you don't do music (creative or otherwise) and that you are passionate about? I get money make sure my people are str8.
  • What do you wish you were told when you first started rapping that you think would help anyone recently starting artists out?Y eah. Stay out the club throwing money,trying to make a club image..Do business with the DJs 1st  and get a publicist sooner than later.
  • Where do we find you music / music project? I just dropped a single called Willie Bee - Bounce


www.instagram.com/mr.westside_certified

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 334YUNGMOOK


  • What is your name and what city do you rep? 334YUNGMOOK & Greensboro, Al
  • What is unique about you and your music? My energy
  • What shaped your music? My day to day life dedicated to becoming successful for myself & family.
  • When did you realize you were going to make music professionally?After the 1st time I performed and I saw that I could make a career out of something I love to do.
  • What type of music do you listen to? Rap & Hip-Hop
  • Who, to you, is the most undervalued music artist? Rocko
  • How do you prepare for your performances? Meditation
  • What ignites your (song) writing flow? The vibe from the beat
  • What do you do when you don't do music (creative or otherwise) and that you are passionate about? Be a father, husband, an business man and read books.
  • What do you wish you were told when you first started rapping that you think would help anyone recently starting artists out? Keep a positive mindset and study the economics about the industry.
  • Any upcoming projects? Pirate Ambition 3
  • Where do we find you music / music project? Datpiff, Mymixtapes, Spinrilla, and Youtube.
www.Instagram.com/334yungmook

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TRAVIUS KEANDRIC

  • What is your name and what city do you rep? Travius Keandric – Marion, Alabama
  • What is unique about you and your music? 

    I view life from a bird's eye perspective. Ex. I don't see drug dealers as the problem, I view their backgrounds and what led to them engaging in such actions. I also view the net effect it has on the youth their serving to. We all came into this world pure. The world provoked change.
  • What shaped your music? 

    God & Life. God & life must be the two major factors into shaping my music. I speak on what I see, hear and sense. Thank God for all senses.
  • When did you realize you were going to make music professionally? I realized I was going to make music professionally when it touched my soul as an adolescent due to watching my grandfather and his band practice routinely. Instantly built a love for instruments, just had to soul search for the proper words.
  • What type of music do you listen to? I listen to all music, but mainly Hip-Hop. And Hip-Hop can be listened to, but also seen (choreography, fashion and etc).
  • Who, to you, is the most undervalued music artist? The most undervalued music artist is Travius Keandric (myself).
  • How do you prepare for your performances? I prepare for my performances by getting away from anything music related the day of the performance. I mostly think about the supporters in attendance and how I can make them follow me for the long run.
  • What ignites your (song) writing flow? What ignites my writing flow is always wanting to stick to the mold of the current instrumental I'm writing to while always making it a priority to outdo my last verse.
  • What do you do when you don't do music (creative or otherwise) and that you are passionate about? When I don't do music I love to think of concepts that'll allow me to generate different streams of income to work towards financial freedom for my future generations to come. That's my daily motivation.
  • Success to you is... Success to me is always keeping GOD, true family and loved ones in your circle of positive energy. Making great memories while we have the chance. Building bonds/connections with positive people that'll last a lifetime and never giving up on whatever passion God has placed in your heart.
  • What do you wish you were told when you first started rapping that you think would help anyone recently starting artists out? I wish I was told to never pay attention to what others are doing and to stick to the goals you have in front of you. It'll all add up one day. Don't follow trends. Always be your own man. Be that stand-up guy that the world is missing. Remain independent. Understand the importance of READING!
  • Any upcoming projects? I have an upcoming album. No specific name just yet, but it's releasing sometime this year around the summer. 
  • Where do we find you music / music project? Follow all of my social media handles @TraviusKeandric for updates.
Social Media

​a.Facebook: Travius Keandric

b.Instagram: @traviuskeandric

c.YouTube: Travius Keandric

d.Twitter: @traviuskeandric

e.Snapchat: traviuskeandric

https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/greatness/1454432853?i=1454432858

https://youtu.be/8gAFG6iQaco

https://www.facebook.com/traviuskeandric/videos/517178105377019?sfns=mo










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MIKE THEORY 

  • What is your name and what city do you rep?

-My name is Mike Theory and I Rep East Los Angeles.

  • What is unique about you and your music?

-My Music is unique to my life. How i grew up and how i interacted with my surroundings.

  • What shaped your music?

-My City and the people around me.

  • When did you realize you were going to make music professionally?

-I was in Jordan sitting in the sand looking at the stars talking with one of my homies and we were just reflecting on life and counting the days til were back home.

  • What type of music do you listen to?

-It all depends on the time of day and vibe i am in at the moment. I acn go from Brenton Wood to Master P.

  • Who, to you, is the most undervalued music artist?

-Hmmm, i would have to say DMX! I feel like his value to the game has gotten lost over the years.

  • How do you prepare for your performances?

-I just relax and save my Energy for the stage.

  • What ignites your (song) writing flow?

-I write most of my songs in the car. I like to drive and the let views of the city inspire me.

What do you do when you don't do music (creative or otherwise) and that you are passionate about?

-I am always doing Music, it is always on my mind. I do have other business ventures like my clothing line i am dropping this year called "LiQ" and opening up a food truck.

  • Success to you is... Being happy with myself and taking care of my family.
  • What do you wish you were told when you first started rapping that you think would help anyone recently starting artists out?

-To always be consistent

  • Any upcoming projects?

-I got a Album dropping in May called "No Guarantees"

  • Where do we find you music / music project?

-I have all my music on every streaming platform!


www.instagram.com/MikeTheoryca

www.twitter.com/MikeTheoryca

www.Facebook.com/MikeTheoryca

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JONRYAN

  • What is your name and what city do you rep?

JonRyan, Jonathan Ryan Hill. Born in Birmingham, I grew up in Irondale but when my parents split I moved to Morris which is north of Birmingham and I also spent a lot of time in Gulf Port and Biloxi, Mississippi as a kid. I consider myself a Birmingham artist.

  • What is unique about you and your music?

Well, when you work with me, I will always exceed your expectations, I am very versatile and I pull inspiration from a lot of great works. On my own my own wave. You just gotta hear me.

  • What shaped your music?

Life, death, love, heartbreak..

  • When did you realize you were going to make music professionally?

When I pictured myself 20 years from now, throwing away the opportunity. I am music. I can’t hide that from the world.

  • What type of music do you listen to?

Literally everythin​g, but never too much of the same thing.

  • Who, to you, is the most undervalued music artist?

Young Thug, he changed the landscape, he is misunderstood as well as an under appreciated mind.

  • How do you prepare for your performances?

I spend a lot of time with my music, I don’t even bring notes or a phone out in the studio. I repeat and repeat until I embed it into my memory. After I finish a song I rehearse and rehearse, I drive myself crazy. Very passionate about what I do.

  • What ignites your (song) writing flow?

Aggression and love. Frustration and relief, there is more than just one me.

  • What do you do when you don't do music (creative or otherwise) and that you are passionate about?

I’m a family man, I love what I have, and I’m about my money. I work to provide and I work to invest in myself.

  • Success to you is...

Putting my heart and my soul into what I love, putting the spotlight on my city, and sharing my blessings with my people. I am a man of my people.

  • What do you wish you were told when you first started rapping that you think would help anyone recently starting artists out?

Invest in yourself, cliché quote: “It takes money to make money.” That applies whole heartedly to this industry.

  • Any upcoming projects?

Stay tuned for the rest of my album, Sucker, BlackandWhite, Singles, and great collaborations on the way!

  • Where do we find you music / music project?

Sucker as a whole is on its way to all platforms very soon, stay tuned.


https://soundcloud.com/jonryanhill

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YO

  • What is your name and what city do you rep? YO, Southwest Atlanta "Oakland City"
  • What is unique about you and your music? My passion and sound
  • What shaped your music? My life experiences shape my music
  • When did you realize you were going to make music professionally? 2006
  • Who, to you, is the most undervalued music artist? Nipsey Hussle
  • How do you prepare for your performances? Like a professional boxer fighting for his family
  • What ignites your (song) writing flow? The beat (I love the Musical part)
  • Success to you is...Happiness on different levels in one's life
  • Any upcoming projects? Yes EP dropping spring 2019

INSTAGRAM: www.instagram.com/yo_gotflow









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DECARLO P

  • What is your name and what city do you rep? My name is Decarlo P from Cleveland,Ohio.
  • What is unique about you and your music? I think it's my voice and rap style. You can tell I studied the greats. 
  • What shaped your music?  As of today, the loss of my daughter is what drives me. I know that's what she would of wanted.
  • When did you realize you were going to make music professionally? I decided at the age of 12, that this is what I wanted for my life.
  • What type of music do you listen to? I'm a hiphop baby. I also like R&B, Soul, some Classic Rock.
  • Who, to you, is the most undervalued music artist? I think Rick Ross is pretty underrated. He makes some great music but doesn't get

    his credit honestly in my opinion.

  • How do you prepare for your performances? Rehearsal is key for me. I record myself and go over the game tapes.
  • What ignites your (song) writing flow? The right beat usually motivates me. I also listen to my favorite artist.
  • What do you do when you don't do music (creative or otherwise) and that you are passionate about? I like to workout, playing basketball, reading, writing, and audio books.
  • Success to you is...Success is reaching any goal you set for yourself. It could be walking a mile a day

    or reaching number 1 on the billboard. Whatever you go for and accomplish

    is success to me.

  • What do you wish you were told when you first started rapping that you think would help anyone recently starting artists out?Be aware because everyone doesn't have your best interest at heart.

    I would shut down everyone but don't sip from every cup handed to you.

    If you know what I mean. Listen, store it, and use it when necessary.

  • Any upcoming projects? My newest project coming is titled "31 Summers" Dropping in the Summer.

  • Where do we find you music / music project? As of now Im preparing to push my new single titled "Frankie Avalon".

    In the meantime checkout my Previous projects "Sleepless Nights" and

  • "The NewPrint Vol.!".

Youtube Playlist  : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMtjephOk62r_gS3JL9Cmyw/playlists?view=50&sort=dd&shelf_id=3579731707244514300
Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/preyor-dcrl

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Rising Star I​nterview : Young King Jai

  • What is your name and what city do you rep?

My name is Young King Jai and I am repping for Newport News, VA

  • What is unique about you and your music?

My music is clean and fun! I talk about helping kids and helping the world. I make music to stop violence, stop bullying, stop kids from doing drugs, and see kids do good in school. I make my music without talking about bad things

  • What shaped your music?

My music shaped by the other music I listen to. I like that music, but I don't always agree with the words. So I wanted to make fun music for kids and families without the bad language and drug talk.

  • When did you realize you were going to make music professionally?

I sent my dad a song while he was in Ohio on a business trip last year. He shocked me when he said it was good lol. He said work on it some more and then we went to studio when he got back. That song was called Drip Got Splash it's on my SoundCloud, it did really good so I released Playground Status August last year and my EP Crown Me September last year. S/O to Kirb Minder for recording, mixing and mastering and Octane Beats for producing my first EP. It was cool seeing people that been in music a long time helping me and wanting to see me win! I also wanted to do it professionally because my mom and dad really support and my brothers look up to me so I wanna change my family's life

  • What type of music do you listen to?

I listen to myself, B La B, Lil Baby, Kollision and everybody else from Quality Control

  • Who, to you, is the most undervalued music artist?

I would say B La Bis the most undervalued artist. He is super talented and the world really needs to hear him and support him. He is also a really nice person, I met him at the Harder Than Ever Tour. He told me that he wanted to do a song with me and HE DID! The song is called It's My Time, big s/o to B La B

  • How do you prepare for your performances?

I just breath, I zone out until it's time to hit the stage and then it's showtime. I transform and kill the stage.

  • What ignites your (song) writing flow?

Life as a kid ignited my writing flow along with a really dope beat. I get crazy beats from MixedByDotCom, Octane Beats, Heavy, N.E.S. and Str8bangaz Productions. Their beats always have me lit lol

  • What do you do when you don't do music (creative or otherwise) and that you are passionate about?

I always want to do music but not just rap. I want to learn to sing, play instruments and make beats. Outside of music I want to act, model and be a motivational speaker. I'm starting my path as a speaker with my upcoming "No Bully Zone School Tour"

Success to you is...

  • Success to me is seeing people smile when they listen to my music or my music helping people with their life. That's success to me
  • What do you wish you were told when you first started rapping that you think would help anyone recently starting artists out?

I had and have some great people in my corner that help me a lot with information and how to be great. For any up and coming artists I would say work hard, don't quit and promote promote promote but not just online you have to get out and reach the people

Any upcoming projects?

The Drug Free Tape is out now, my single "Sticks And Stones" Produced By: MixedByDotCom out now, my music videos are on my YouTube Channel. My first two schools on my "No Bully Zone School Tour" February 28 in Newport News, VA

  • Where do we find you music / music project?

My music is available on all digital platforms (Spotify, Tidal, iTunes, Apple Music, Google Play, Deezer, etc) and my music videos are on YouTube. All you have to do is search Young King Jai and you will find me! Thanks in advance for the support.

FOLLOW:

Instagram/Facebook/Twitter @youngkingjai

Download And Stream:

Sticks And Stones: https://ffm.to/bd919nmpkd

Gimme Da Bag: https://ffm.to/b374wgpgef

No Bully Zone: https://ffm.to/ykzifyswev

The Drug Free Tape (11 fire tracks): https://open.spotify.com/album/1lyeaVnweLhnkSWwU0Pmb8?si=tQ9VHiVnS8uCaLtfocZupA

Videos:

YKJ Vibes: https://youtu.be/aO2Axlqq104

Playground Status: https://youtu.be/fLSxJNrYhyo

I Have A Dream (Dedicated To Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.): https://youtu.be/rZNciyfcqPw

Drug Free (From The D to the A freestyle): https://youtu.be/kavtPW-ijPY