Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Song Of The Night



Lil' Mo ft. Fabolous - SuperWoman

Song of the Day



Money Goes, Honey Stay (When The Money Goes Remix) Fabolous ft. Jay-Z

Tatyanna Ali- The Come Back




 




Tatyana Ali was born Tatyana Marisol Ali January 24th in Brooklyn, New York, and her mother was nurse. She's not just a singer,actress, in addition to all her skills she's a scholar. This young woman has taken us all by storm and has come back with some major surprises. In 2002 she graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Government, and  African American studies at Harvard University. In 1985 she was a regular guest face on the hit children show 'Sesame Street'. She even took her place alongside Herbie Hancock in the music numbers on the show she was only six. Little know fact she appeared on 'Star Search' twice, before taking her place on "Fresh Prince of Bel-Air". Where she played Ashley Banks, we all watched her grow before her eyes. She starred in the hit sitcom with Will Smith, Alfonso Ribiero, James Avery we watched as little Ashley grew up into a beautiful young women. She debuted her musical talents on the show alongside her very well accomplished co-stars. However it was not until the ending of the show in 1996 that she took Will Smith on his offer to pursue her musical career. Her first album was titled "Kiss The Sky" which was pure gold in 1999 which produced such hits "DayDreamin" then "Boy You Knock Me Down" ft. Will Smith.  Both of these tracks took the charts by storm and climbed making it known that she was something serious in music. She evened made an appearance on Will Smith's album entitled "Willennium"  on the track "Who Am I" ft. Mc Lyte as well. Then taking on a serious role in the Movie "Glory Road" in 2006 after completing her role in that film she starred in a personal video for Nick Cannon in the song "Can I Live" ft. Anthony Hamilton where she played Nick Cannon's mother. However she appeared in the early version of "Yes We Can" the Will i.am project in the early 2008. However she fell in love with her co-star the late great Jonathan Brandis they dated from 1995-1998 they starred in the TV-Movie "Fall into Darkness" together. Unfortunate Jonathan is no longer with us he was a young actor who left us and his mark on movies too soon. She had countless movies and television roles with many more to come.
    You can now find her producing and starring in the web-series on BET "Buppies"  alongside the fact she is working on her highly expected second album entitled "The Light". Not to mention her reoccurring role on the hit Soap Opera drama "Young And the Restless" as 'Roxanne'. This young lady has been nominated for several awards, and she has taken us back with her come back I hope you, guys are ready, because she is not waiting on her turn.

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Stacey Dash - The Beauty On The Screens






 
 
 Stacey Lauretta Dash was born January 20th and she was a star from birth her beauty was the key, but her talent was the gateway for opportunities! She starred on the television screens but dazzled us on the movie screens taking on challenging roles as well comic roles.  Her start came when she was on 'Sesame Street' when she was a child. Then upgrading to another level on 'The Cosby Show', then taking on 'The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air'. However 1988 was when she was casted on the show TV 101 however the show was short lived with only 13 episodes. However for many the lights have been dimmed but it was the start to many movie castings. That same year in 1988 she starred in her major role playing the daughter of the late great comic Richard Pryor.In the classic film "Moving" which was the spark to her career that landed her in some of then most remembered movies. You might recall her in "Mo Money" where she played the leading lady alongside the Wayans brothers. This movie has been untouchable and will go down in history as the funniest movie ever made with an action base. Then taking on a serious role in the movie "Renaissance Man" starring Danny Devito, the late Gregory Hines,James Remar and many more.  This movie then lead to the role where she played a Fatal Femme in the movie "Illegal In Blue". However it was "Clueless" where she starred as Alicia Silverstones best friend, the movie was made into a series that ran from 1996-1999. Then she took many roles after that leading to many opportunities.

However she also took our breaths away with her beauty in many musics videos. She stunned us all in Carl Thomas single "Emotional" which was released in 2001. However it was her appearance in Kanye West 2004 video "When It All Falls Down" ft. Syleena Johnson, and 2004 "Favorite Girl" by Marques Houston where she gathered us and glued us to the screen. In 2008 she went as far to reality television series "Celebrity Circus" then in 2009 during the early seasons of "The Game" she guest starred on the hit television series.  Her newest project coming up in 2010 is called "House Arrest" she is playing the role of 'Chanel' she has been away for a while but now she is back! Her style and aging flawlessly has many women wanting the secrets she has to the fountain of youth. Looking at her would not believe her age, but she is stunning and a talented women who can play a wide range of roles!

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Movies To Date:
1987
Enemy Territory
Toni Briggs

1988
Moving
Casey Pear

1989
Tennessee Nights
Minnie

1992
Mo' Money
Amber Evans

1994
Renaissance Man
Pvt. Miranda Myers

1995
Clueless
Dionne Davenport
Young Artist Award (nominated)
Illegal in Blue
Kari Truitt
Direct-to-video Release
1997
Cold Around the Heart
Bec Rosenberg

1997
Personals
Leah

2001
The Painting
Hallie Gilmore at 18

2002
Paper Soldiers
Tamika

2003
View from the Top
Angela Samona

Gang of Roses
Kim

Ride or Die
Real Venus

2005
Lethal Eviction
Amanda

Getting Played
Emily

2007
I Could Never Be Your Woman
Brianna Minx

Ghost Image
Alicia

2008
Christmas Break
Smokin' Woman
Short film
Nora's Hair Salon II
Simone

Fashion Victim
Cara Wheeler

American Primitive
Joy Crowley

Phantom Punch
Geraldine Liston

2009
Chrome Angels
Lady

Close Quarters
Kate
pre-production
2010
House Arrest



Monday, January 25, 2010

Lady Leshurr - Mixtape


 


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A MUST HAVE IS ALL THAT NEEDS TO BE SAID! 

Wyclef Jean - Hold On (Music Video)

BLACK FRIDAY RADIO PROTEST! part 2


Lil DEE
Q: What do you think is the hardest part about breaking into the industry?

A: Well, I feel like since everything is going digital you have to now switch up your plan on what you wanna do as far as marketing and everything that come with putting together a solid project.

Q: The protest that took place at the radio stations for equal play, do you think it had a impact?

A: Not yet i havent seen anything change, I think its goin to tke a couple more events like that to take place for anything to change in a major way, but I def. get much respect  to the artist that put together the first protest.

Q: Why do you think Local stations don't play a lot of local artist, but the same artist over and over?

A: Radio stations have became more politics that actually spinning good music,the major labels control everything
so unless you have a serious buzz the radio is hard to break threw but it can be done.

Q: Do you think if more artist in the industry stood behind the protest it would change things?

A: Of course, with that many artist fighting for one thing how could we lose? Radio stations wouldn't have no choice but to spin local artist because it would be in demand.

Q: Who do you think is more to blame the Dj's, Radio Stations Directors, or maybe the material artist want played?

A: I would def. blame the program directors its not the dj's fault the program director controls everything coming to the station.

Q: Listening to Snoop Dogg's comments he was passionate about playing local talent, Why do you think he's so passionate about this?

A: I think he's so passionate because he been in that position before , he's knows how hard it is for local to get airplay and he know how much good music out there that people haven't heard.

Q: Do you think that money is a factor or is image a factor behind the lack of playing local artist?

A: I would say money plays a good roll in alot of situations , but if a artist has a hottest enough song and this buzz is right on it the radio wont havent no choice but to play it  and thats my plan.

Q: Take me through a typical day of networking and doing business in the industry?

A: Everyday is pretty much the same thing for me trying to meet new people that could help my position , whether it going to showcase open mics etc. whatever has to be done i do it.

Q: Do think maybe the public isn't ready for all the new sounds in music? Do you think Perhaps maybe the new generation of music is too much for radio's?

A: Not really, I think theres two different waves of hiphop coming in we have "the hippsters" and we have the other artist just making dancing songs thats radio friendly.

Q: What is the other alternative if radio's won't play local artist?

A:There's a million different ways you just have to find your lane, the route im taking is goin hard with these mixtapes its a easy way for a local artist to showcase what type of music there doing.

Q: Do you think radio's have lost the bigger picture? What if the artist they are not playing get signed to a major label, or what if these artist are already signed but need the play?

A:Once you get signed to a major label they pretty much handle the radio so that shouldn't be a problem for a artist with a deal

Q: Do you think that radio stations should offer special slots for upcoming local artist to be played on air?

A: Ya there's already a segment on a New Orleans station Q93 , its called 504 radio every Sunday from 7-9 hosted by wild Wayne.

Q: Many local artist are claiming that's the money not the talent, so if it's all about the money does that mean it triumphs over talents?

A: It all depends on your situation money can only help a artist so far, if there's no good music at the end of the day it wont work.

Q: Do you think that because Radio stations aren't playing local talent they are missing out on a bigger market?

A: Yes, most def. when you count out local artist you automatically missing out on a lot.

Q: Being an upcoming artist on the Rise what advice would you give to other artists not in your shoe yet?

A: The only advice I give is stayed prayed up and work hard that's what got me here and it wont fail ya.

Q: What do you think is the biggest hurtle for those breaking into the music industry? 

A: For me it was finding my lane, meaning what marketing did I wanna appeal to mostly but I have everything in order and lined up now.

Q: If you could make three major changes to the music game what would they be and why?

A: I would let local artist get more airplay, I wouldn't let majors control the whole hip-hop scene, and I would make it easier for locals to get notice in there city.


ATT:
ANY OTHER ARTIST WHO WOULD LIKE TO BE INTERVIEWED PLEASE COMMENT & LET ME KNOW HOW TO CONTACT YOU!

BLACK FRIDAY RADIO PROTEST!






Protest for  Radio Play and Equal Broadcast
By: Geneva Relf
Over the decades music has changed and has taken on many new faces. However it’s the faces of music we do not see that are now wanting answers for why! Many radio stations are only playing those of big names, and not putting local talent in rotation for play. Many new upcoming artist with the numbers to support there play aren’t being played either. Many rallied in protest in front of Power106 in Los Angeles and wanted those very answers for why? The questions that are heavy on many artist minds are who’s at fault for not playing their songs? Is it the lack of payment that seems to push so many other artist? Or maybe just maybe it’s the stations fault and not the air DJ’s? These are just a few questions that have been brought to the radio stations that do not broadcast local talent.

One of the biggest artist known to the game Snoop Dogg joined in the protest on his on-air interview. He understands what it’s like to be an upcoming artist and not get the air time you need. He also knows the importance industry wise in getting these young upcoming artist air time. He is not new to the game and he says that there are several stations that do not play upcoming artist. Many questions the theory behind the radio’s constant play of the same artist. One would have to question what would the stations do if they were boycotted? What if the protesters took it to the level of extreme until we are played? Imagine how much these radio stations would loose if we just simple stopped listening to them? Forcing them to play the upcoming local talent that is making major waves in music. Besides that money is always a factor loosing or gaining the question of is it because they aren’t are huge as the constant replay artist they aren’t heard? However the problem will not be solved over night in anyway there has to be middle ground for both the stations and the artists that want play.

BJIZZLE 

Interview Questions:

Q: What do you think is the hardest part about breaking into the industry?

A: Honestly, the hardest part for me being an up and coming from Memphis, TN is actually being heard. And I don't mean heard in the sense of getting your music out there, I mean being heard by the right people.  Its a lot of musical talent in my city from all genres, but 90% will never be heard  by the right people. Just as I realized with sports, talent will only take you so far and the people that need to help.... don't. Its all about who u know and what they'll do for you.


Q: The protest that took place at the radio stations for equal play, do you think it had a impact?

A: Here NO! I actually don't see it working in a lot of cities Ive lived in, one being Birmingham where I went to college. But Atlanta, YES. I spent a lot of time in Atlanta while I was in school and they do take chances on artist, and for the most part the artist support one another.  More cities, radio stations, and artist need to take not of what they have done and is currently doing.


Q: Why do you think Local stations don't play a lot of local artist, but the same artist over and over?

A: One thing is money.....  They would rather charge for a couple of spins instead of giving an underground artist a chance.They would rather play an industry artists music over and over again because its what the listener is supposed to like.  Even if you don't like the song, you'll hear it so much they make you like it.

Q: Do you think if more artist in the industry stood behind the protest it would change things?

A: It would have a better chance. If you see this big time industry artist standing behind a lot of local artist, it would give the radio stations more of a reason.


Q: Who do you think is more to blame the Dj's, Radio Stations Directors, or maybe the material artist want played?

A: Everyone!  Djs and radio station director are money hungry and music is how they make money, just like an artist.  But Djs and the radio stations are the ones that get the music to the people. Yeah there is the internet but if your not known whose going to listen to you?

Q: Listening to Snoop Dogg's comments he was passionate about playing local talent, Why do you think he's so passionate about this?

A: I think hes so passionate because hes been there. Yeah he was blessed to have known Warren G and had the help of Dr. Dre, but he knows how starving underground artists feel.  Everyone doesn't grow up in the game like a lot of these artist do now and doesn't have the chance to get close to big named artist.  So its harder to be heard.


Q: Do you think that money is a factor or is image a factor behind the lack of playing local artist?

A: Both image is very important. If you don't have an image you don't have an identity for you or your music, kind of like not knowing who you are.  And everyone in music makes money off of music, But I think there's times chances can be taken to play local artist.

Q: Take me through a typical day of networking and doing business in the industry?

A: The internet is a HUGE networking tool, you can reach people through the internet that you would normally not have the pleasure of meeting or reaching, but it shouldn't be abused.  The more people u meet in the business the more your contacts increase, the better chances you have to be heard by the correct people.

Q: Do think maybe the public isn't ready for all the new sounds in music? Do you think Perhaps maybe the new generation of music is too much for radio's?

A: People are afraid of change, but I think a lot of people want to hear something different.


Q: What is the other alternative if radio's won't play local artist?

A: Internet! You can reach a lot more people and of course as an artist u still have to interact with your fans..... i.e. hitting the streets and handing out cds.


Q: Do you think radio's have lost the bigger picture? What if the artist they are not playing get signed to a major label, or what if these artist are already signed but need the play?

A: Its a lot of artist signed and not signed that need and deserve radio play.  As an example, one of the best rappers in Memphis is just now getting radio play and hes been on the scene locally for over 10 years. Most say hes the best rapper in Memphis, but hell never go national because radio station refused to play his material early in his career.


Q: Do you think that radio stations should offer special slots for upcoming local artist to be played on air?

A: Yes I do! Or at least have a upcoming artist segment or night or something.


Q: Many local artist are claiming that's the money not the talent, so if it's all about the money does that mean it triumphs over talents?

A: Talent only takes you so far. If you don't  have the money or money backing you, you'll never get anything done.  It takes money to make money.

Q: Being an upcoming artist on the Rise what advice would you give to other artists not in your shoe yet?

A: Not to get discouraged.... Never let anyone stop you from doing something you want to do. And as an artist BE YOURSELF! Music you an art form and this is your art, so don't try to be something your not or gimmick someone because their hot. Just do you!


Q: What do you think is the biggest hurtle for those breaking into the music industry? 

A:  Being heard by the correct people


Q: If you could make three major changes to the music game what would they be and why?

A: 1. Stop labels from being so controlling: I don't want to be made into something or tell someone I have to make a certain "type" or music, I just want to be me. This is one reason you see more independent artist and artist with their own labels now. 2. Stop radio stations from being region haters: If the musics good then play it.3. Stop all the copy cat artists.  Its a copy cat industry, whatever is hot every artist wants to do it or be it

JAYY STARR 
Q: What do you think is the hardest part about breaking into the industry?

A: The politics. It's more so about business and not talent so it doesn't matter how dope you are at music making, it's all about how marketable you appear to be. If the label isn't confident in your work then they won't back you. Now on the other hand if you have a really booming commercial single then they're all for it.


Q: The protest that took place at the radio stations for equal play, do you think it had a impact?

A: Honestly, not really. It opened peoples eyes a bit, but as far as stations listening and changing what they play I think it'll take a little more than that.


Q: Why do you think Local stations don't play a lot of local artist, but the same artist over and over?

A: Chance. They don't want to take a chance on a new local artist unless they already have a substantial buzz or someone big backing them. They're so used to the same artist so whether or not the song is really as hot as they make it seem they'll spin it a million times.


Q: Do you think if more artist in the industry stood behind the protest it would change things?

A: I think it would definitely change things.


Q: Who do you think is more to blame the Dj's, Radio Stations Directors, or maybe the material artist want played?

A: DJ's have the power to break anybody. At parties, on air since they do give a couple hours for hot new songs no ones ever heard, and by word of mouth. The stations directors could easily give anyone the chance to shine, but that's where the politics come in again. Also, some of the artist demanding play aren't putting out radio friendly music. No one wants to hear about drugs or guns or how much money you claim to have all the time.


Q: Listening to Snoop Dogg's comments he was passionate about playing local talent, Why do you think he's so passionate about this?

A: He was where we are now at some point in time and knows what we're going through to possibly get where he is.


Q: Do you think that money is a factor or is image a factor behind the lack of playing local artist?

A: Money rules everything, sadly. So most artists that have the talent but lack the capital can't afford to fully push their music like they wish to.


Q: Take me through a typical day of networking and doing business in the industry?

A: When I'm networking I'm careful about who I let in because some people aren't in it for the artists best interest. Good talkers, but don't deliver. Nonetheless, I network with other artists with good music, collaborate, get to know DJs since they are the ones who really break artists, Indie and online radio stations also, they show tons of love. I just don't stick to the local stuff, I venture out to diff states and even countries cause sometimes you may get more love from those places.


Q: Do think maybe the public isn't ready for all the new sounds in music? Do you think Perhaps maybe the new generation of music is too much for radio's?

A: The new generation of music is raw & uncut. It's the truth, in some cases. It's what we can relate to. Old ears aren't used to that new sound just yet, but they have to adapt in order for us all to progress into something greater than we can imagine.


Q: What is the other alternative if radio's won't play local artist?

A: We cut them out. Right now radios are the middleman. It's the artist > radio > labels. They can either make or break us. If they don't comply soon we can always go to the online or satellite radio stations. It's too easy. They show tons of love.


Q: Do you think radio's have lost the bigger picture? What if the artist they are not playing get signed to a major label, or what if these artist are already signed but need the play?

A: They don't really care honestly. I think there's certain artists that come in and depending on how big their debut was determines how much love they'll get from radio.


Q: Do you think that radio stations should offer special slots for upcoming local artist to be played on air?

A: They absolutely should.


Q: Many local artist are claiming that's the money not the talent, so if it's all about the money does that mean it triumphs over talents?

A:  In this case it does. The industry is 80% business and 20% talent.



Q: Do you think that because Radio stations aren't playing local talent they are missing out on a bigger market?

A:  They are. It's so much good music out there that people worldwide may never hear because radio stations won't take a chance and spin it. One spin could change a lot of lives. What do they honestly have to lose?


Q: Being an upcoming artist on the Rise what advice would you give to other artists not in your shoe yet?

A: Just keep at it. Network, do shows, build a buzz then find a team of people that sincerely believe in what you have and are willing to work countless hours to take it to the next level. Prayer also helps (lol).


Q: What do you think is the biggest hurtle for those breaking into the music industry? 

A: Being lovable. If people aren't feeling your music, persona whatever they won't support you. You need to get a strong backing.


Q: If you could make three major changes to the music game what would they be and why?

A: I would make it less political. Music used to be about the love for the art. Now it's about money, rank, women, men, liquor. All stuff that has nothing to do with good music. I'd take it back to the times when you heard a good song you fell in love at first listen. I'd give artists on the come up a chance to at least be heard once, then if they're liked or not it is what it is, the people have spoken. I'd also have a "please make sense" clause (lol).




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Saturday, January 23, 2010

KHLEO THOMAS - NEWEST SONG



He took us all by storm with his mixtape "The World Is A Cartoon" the mostly anticipated mixtape. Many questions his ability and wondered what exactly he would produce! Khleo not only proved that he was ready for the music game, but that he was changing it for the better! Giving music fans everywhere there beloved music with feeling again.Now for those who already knew he had skills it was only time before they could say "I Told You So". He has even been called the remix KING and from the sound of it proves them wrong! This young man did all this on his own, and he puts the connections together and pretty much did it alone. I will not ever tell him something cannot be done. This young man has changed the way music is expressed and given us all back the love for music! So enjoy and if you do not have the mixtape you're beyond missing out!We knew he could act, even knew he had the musical talent but for the first time the numbers back up the facts!

MACH FIVE- THAT NIGHT

Friday, January 22, 2010

New Music Videos What do you think?



Ludacris- How Low
The new video and song that have ladies dancing everywhere. This new song hit the charts high and hard with high expectations. Not to mention the video is high energy and it's totally Ludacris you can tell that all that creative is back in motion. I can't wait to see what he produces next and the videos to follow so enjoy feel free to comment.

Jagged Edge Behind the Scene - Tip Of My Tongue

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BUILT ON HATE VOL. II MIXTAPE


  1. DJ Slick & Dream Team - Intro
  2. 9Gotti Ft. DJ Nelly Nell - iget money
  3. B. Palma Ft. D. Ricardo & Vybe - Danger
  4. Big Sence - Raybanz
  5. Block Boyz - Down ass
  6. Castro - I go off (Freestyle)
  7. Risse Cakes - Pink Lemonade
  8. D Dave - Get like me
  9. D League Ft. Oh Ginelle - What you thinking
  10. Double Barrel - U A jerk(Remix)
  11. G Ni & Maxx Calzz Ft. Chillous Da Champ - So fresh
  12. Heemer Heem - Let me talk to ya(Freestyle)
  13. J. Trigga - She likes me
  14. Lady Duet - Break it down
  15. Loch - Thang, Thang
  16. Lou E. Millz - In the air
  17. Maade men - Trap star
  18. MaryLiz & Boondock Syndicate - Satisfied
  19. Nervzeen - Look @ yo face
  20. Uncle O Ft. Gille & DJ Khaled - On my grind
  21. Sadon - Breathe in, Breath out
  22. Sincere Reason - What I said
  23. Tarvoria - Trendsetta
  24. Dirty Game - Too hood
  25. The Authentic - All the haters say
  26. Uncut - Wasted(Remix)
  27. PetieRico - Preserve
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