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Live Look at DJ DDT x Nametag

Artist: DJ DDT x Nametag
Genre: Hip Hop, Rap
Location: Detroit, MI
EP: "Lead And Be Legendary: The MixtaEP"
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Twitter: @itsnametag @djddt @lablmusic @IStillLoveHER


About the EP:

Lead And Be Legendary (LABL), is a new, indie music company based in Detroit and the creative spawn of hip-hop artist Nametag and hometown turntable legend DJ DDT. LABL is a platform for artists who are willing to push the borders of artistry without having to answer to the whims of a corporate interest. To demonstrate this principle, Nametag completed a 5 part freestyle series titled "W.I.T.H.I.N" (Who In The Hell Is Nametag). W.I.T.H.I.N. featured Nametag repurposing some of his favorite industry tracks (both new and dated) into a calling card for his signature style of aggressive lyricism and inventive flow. Over the course of the freestyle series, DJ DDT was inspired to build original production around a select few of the stand out freestyles and also the lead original track, "Relentless" featuring Detroit MC, Travis Slang. While in the recording process of his own debut, R&B Singer-Songwriter, King DeAngelus had the idea to present a body of work with a mixtape feel, at the length of an EP, giving equal recognition to both the DJ and recording artist. This spawned the term, "mixtaEP", and "Lead And Be Legendary: The MixtaEP" will be the first of many. "Lead And Be Legendary: The MixtaEP" is available now to download via the "name your price" option on the Lead And Be Legendary Bandcamp page. A silver cover edition, with complete original tracks including "Go" feat. MAHD, "Good Shot", and "500" is available online for streaming + download in spots such as Spotify, ITUNES, and more.


About Nametag

With a sound rooted in the melodic grit of his hometown of Detroit, and making his own stamps on international classics like Black Milk’s Popular Demand and Slum Village’s Dirty District Vol. 1 & 2, Nametag has earned the respect of indie rap heavyweights and publications such as XXL, 2DopeBoyz, Detroit Free Press and more.

About DJ DDT

Desmond "DJ DDT" Travis is a DJ, Producer, and Audio Engineer from Detroit, MI who has worked in major market radio for 15 years majority at Detroit's WJLB station. He's worked with some of the best in music, including Eminem, Snoop Dogg, Denaun Porter and many more. He is currently backing up Detroit emcee, Nametag as his DJ, while playing part in running the Lead And Be Legendary imprint.

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CMG's Snootie Wild at SXSW @SnootieWild

Snootie Wild will be available for interviews at SXSW

Memphis will be in effect at SXSW Music this week as CMG's Snootie Wild performs at some of the most fun shows in Austin!
Epic Records will be out and about with the young star as he hits the official Sony House Showcases, and several key events hosted by the likes of WSHH, Digiwaxx, Drumma Boy, Beer & Tacos, ICM and more.

Here is a list of where you can find Snootie, so be sure to stop through and witness his high-energy show for yourself!
Wednesday 3/18
Midnight - Welcome to the South Showcase - Palm Door on Six (508 E 6th St) w/ K Camp, Killa Kyleon, Scotty ATL & more. Doors 8pm

Thursday 3/19 

3:00pm - Sony House Showcase  @ Trulucks (319 Colorado St)

9:30pm - Digiwaxx Presents: The Blast Live 2015 @ Speakeasy Kabaret  (412 N Congress Ave) w/ Rico Love, Kevin Ross, Charles Hamilton, Uncle Murda & more - Doors 7pm
10:20pm - WorldStarHipHop Freshmen Class & Trendsetters  @ Club Vongos (6700 Middle Fiskville Rd) w/ Rae Sremmurd, Kevin Gates, Riff Raff, Rich Homie Quan, K Camp, Young Dolph & more Doors 4pm - 
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11:10pm - ICM Official SXSW Showcase hosted by Peter Rosenberg @ Austin Music Hall (208 Nueces St) w/ Rae Sremmurd, Kevin Gates, Casey Veggies, Freddie Gibbs  & more

12:05am - Southern Hospitality @ Roosevelt Room (307 W. 5th St. Suite B) w/ Speakerfoxxx, Bobby Brackins & more - Doors 8pm

Friday 3/20                                                                                                    

2:30pm - 102.3 The Beat's Red Carpet Rollout  @ Maggie Mae's (323 E. 6th St) w/ Big Sean, B.o.B., Tove Lo, Wyclef, Dej Loaf & more (no badge necessary)
10:30pm - Beer & Tacos Quality Control Showcase @ Vulcan Gas Co (418 E 6th St) w/ DJ Drama, Trae Tha Truth, Snow Tha Product & more - Doors 7:30pm

Set Time TBD - Drumma Boy's #INA Showcase @ Lit Lounge (215 E. 6th St) - Doors 10pm

Set time TBD: Daily Freshness @ 405 Club (405 E 7th St) w/ Raekwon, K-Camp, Tuki Carter, Wave Chappelle, Fetty Wap and more - Doors 7pm
12:00am - Sony House Showcase @ Tap Room (319 Colorado St)

Live Look at Jelly Roll Interview

@Playboy Rocks with @JellyRoll615 at Playboy Sessions


Nashville Hip Hop / rock songwriter/performer Jelly Roll is working like crazy these days, and his recent escapades led him to perform at the famed Playboy Bar in Beverly Hills for the exclusive Playboy Sessions! Producer "Jingle" Jared Gudstadt and the Jingle Punks joined in for a rousing show, all enjoyed by a bevvy of beautiful ladies, of course!

These incredible live performances of the rap/southern rock mashup "Sunday Morning" and "Somethin' About That Woman" are featured with embeddable videos here:

Jelly Roll also recently rocked new theme song for TLC network's Welcome to Myrtle Manor, complete with campfire vixens, beer and crazy fun!

Also take a look/listen to Jelly Roll's "Can't You See" below, and be sure to get Jelly Roll's Whiskey Sessions acoustic EP on iTunes and Spotify!

Follow Jelly Roll on Twitter and Instagram @JellyRoll615

Jelly Roll is available for interviews and appearances!

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Jelly Roll - Can't You See (Marshall Tucker Band cover)

Live Look at Rahiem Supreme

Artist: Rahiem Supreme
Genre: Hip Hop, Rap
Location: Washington, DC
Mixtape: "Lost Gemz"
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Twitter: @RahiemSupreme @IStillLoveHER


About the Mixtape:

"Rahiem, with Lost Gemz, provides a balanced variety between street stories, love stories, and anthem-type cuts, as well as a balance between boom bap and trap soundscapes. Over the course of forty-eight minutes, Supreme finds a way to quench whatever thirst any listener may have, all without stretching beyond his own voice.
This voice, whether it be through Supreme’s vocal, the tune’s atmosphere, or the production, is what ultimately provides Lost Gemz with it’s cohesive backbone. There is a duality between the cold, the damp, the dirty and the warm, the sunny, and the beautiful throughout Lost Gemz, even though the dark and cold appear most. This challenges the listener to appreciate each song with the same amount of attention. Even if it’s a sound or style you’re not familiar with, or a normal fan of, Rahiem Supreme finds a way to bridge the gap." - garrett of BRAIN BANDITS

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About Rahiem Supreme

Rahiem Supreme is a Visual Director/Hip Hop artist from Washington, DC. He strives to be an artist who fights for the art, by capturing his story vividly both visually and through his sound. Delivering a new perspective, in an almost nostalgic manner, Rahiem is carrying the torch.

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Live Look at Daja Marie's Bankrolls Like Monopoly

 Daja Marie Releases Debut Single "Bankrolls Like Monopoly"


MP3: Daja Marie - Bankrolls Like Monopoly
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Hip-Hop & RnB lovers, who have an idea of the recent music discoveries in the Hip-Hop & RnB arena, will be amused and excited to know that Daja Marie, one of the most promising singer/rappers and song writers is coming up to release her entirely new music and songs written by herself. With major singers and artists performing songs written by her, Daja Marie's album is going to be a unique concoction of great music and interesting lyrics. No wonder people have been anticipating this for such a long time.

Fashion Editor for the popular “The Hype Magazine,” published by Jameelah ‘Just Jay’ Wilkerson, Daja Marie uses her middle name after the famous, great, late Tina Marie. The one word that clearly describes Daja is unique. Although she can be seen regularly at red carpet events of fashion shows, including famous Fashion Weeks among other high profile fashion events across the US, her teenage passion has been song writing, singing, and rapping.

Collaborating with Jameelah ‘Just Jay’ Wilkerson, CEO of The Hype Magazine, who has the same interest in the field of music, Daja plans to release the best of the songs written by herself.

Apart from being a fashionista with a unique sense of fashion, she is equally good in music. When she was asked, "what is the best compliment she's received from her audience," she said the most important ones are "When you Rap, you sound like Snoop Dogg" and "When you sing you sound unique.”

Although she was keen about singing from childhood, interestingly, her career in singing was started in church, where she got a standing ovation for a solo performance at age 8. Since then, after loosing her grandmother that she once called mom, from the age of 19, she has been gearing up for this move. This was the time when she understood that this is what she really wanted to do. Those who have watched her perform, describe her as random and humble, yet outspoken. If there is a modern day "Left Eye," then it is essentially Daja Marie.

Hailing from Marion, Indiana, Daja had a very painful childhood. With her mother being young and na├»ve, she started using drugs and abandoned her motherly duties which were picked up by Daja’s grandmother. Daja’s father committed suicide and she had to go through tremendous shock and loneliness at a very young and tender age. All these are expressed through her music and the songs that she writes which have a cathartic effect for her.

However, despite all odds and obstacles, she is now ready with the best of music that is going to be released this fall/winter of 2014. Her single "Bank Rolls Like Monopoly" is the most awaited of her songs, releasing this season. Her confidence in her talent is that which makes her stand apart from the rest of the crowd.

Bonus Track
MP3: Daja Marie - Daja's Cold
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Live Look at ZiaSun16Bars

Artist: ZiaSun16Bars
Genre: Hip Hop, Rap
Location: Albuquerque, New Mexico
Video: "Central Ave. (old US 66)":

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Twitter: @kayo505 @dilesmusic @IStillLoveHER



Kayohes and Diles have released their first single "Central Ave." from their upcoming full album entitled "Zia Sun 16 Bars."

Kayohes describes Central Avenue, the main street in Albuquerque, New Mexico which used to be part of the old Route 66, over a Diles production.

"Route 66 used to be bright lit and tourists couldn't wait to stop and check out the scenery. Route 66 helped many cities economically as it helped businesses flourish. Here in Albuquerque, we see businesses close shop on a regular basis and police shoot people where happy families used to walk. While I still find the area beautiful, it's no question that times have changed."

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Live Look at AMIN

Artist: AMIN
Genre: Hip Hop, Rap
Location: Crown Heights , NY
Video: "Man Up":

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Twitter: @AminMuzik @IStillLoveHER



AMIN releases the first single "Man Up" along with visuals off of his upcoming #CondemNation project.

Check out the video below and grab your copy.

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About AMIN

Amin hails from the Crown Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn, NY. His early years were defined by a stepmother addicted to crack-cocaine, and a father, who spent most of his time working odd jobs to support the family. Amin often acted as the man of the house, which at the time was an abandoned building. It was there that he learned at an early age that nothing would be given to him. His origins were like many urban environments of the era, ripe with the crack infestation and resulting violence found in nearly every major city during the 1980’s.

Fortunately, avoiding the trappings of his less than ideal living conditions and surroundings, Amin gravitated to hip-hop at an early age via the classic album: “Midnight Marauders” by A Tribe Called Quest. The passion and artistry throughout the album and specifically on such songs as “Award Tour” and “Oh My God,” left an everlasting impression on the budding M.C. Amin would go on to be heavily influenced by the likes of Nas, Notorious BIG, Jay-Z and DMX; whose music provided him with a personal connection, which is the same connection he aims to afford his audience.

Ultimately however, it’s the pains, joys, turmoil and triumphs which are often associated with ghetto living that serve as the main source of inspiration in much of Amin’s music. And while the origins of his music surface from a very distinct history, his lyrical and musical versatility have drawn the likes of diverse crowds with one common interest, the love of hip hop!

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