King Mas, known to some as The Musical OBEAH Man or MasSicker, is a talented singer, songwriter, composer, and guitarist. This Boston, Massachusetts native has proven to be more than just an American or Islander with his newest hit Walk Like a Champion; A Buju Banton original Walk like a Champion mix. This is another one for the top of the charts. King Mas and has been deeply influenced by … Continue reading KING MAS- Walk like a Champion
Music has become the breaking ground for accusations of breeding criminal activities. There are those that say that music promotes criminal activities and are the cause of criminal behavior. On the flip side are those who are producing the music. They say that they aren’t producing what they want to see in the streets but are merely talking about things they have seen and experienced … Continue reading Music and criminality: a thin line between love and hate
ThisGuy, an Illinois native, is no newcomer to the Indie hustle yet he’s very refreshing. What he thought would be a hobby quickly became his refuge and eventually the start of his career. From the moment he could write he began to write poems. His skills were proven to be majestic when he was presented with an Editors Choice Award in an online poetry contest. … Continue reading ThisGuy–Big Ham
Newly emerged artist Pediko, is taking over by storm with his latest EP New Strains, as well as his mixtape, Live from the Pound House. Pediko, a native of the U.S. Virgin Islands, is no new comer to hard work and tenacity. His multifaceted style and flows would lead you to believe that you are listening to someone much older than 22. His delivery is … Continue reading Pediko: Ambitious Music
Now a days everybody wants to be in the music industry and they somehow think they can do it all by themselves–WRONG! This industry has so many avenues and everyone doesn’t do the same things. Someone wants to be the artist, the public relations hustler, the management, the producer, the stylist, the promoter and all the other things you can be. In order for any … Continue reading Why Indie artists should build a team: You can’t do it all
There’s a saying in the music industry especially, “You have to fake it until you make it,” and in some instances sure, fake it, but in the music industry you will be EATEN ALIVE! First you’ll be eaten by the industry and then the fans who have not filters and spare no feelings. It’s not about faking anything but bringing your rawest self and letting … Continue reading Fake it until you make it, for what???
In the music era that we are currently in, it seems like all the music is the same. Same sound, same lyrics, same style, same genre–Nobody wants to be original, fresh and cutting edged! Considering that we are in a digital age and one of the highest points of creative thinking, you would think that someone would change the game by flipping the norm. Instead … Continue reading THE WORLD NEEDS INDIE HUSTLERS:Tired of hearing the same shit
Picture provided by sbpdl.net The word nigga has been embeded and embraced in and through the music industry. There have been major civil shifts in the consciousness of music and this powerful word is trespassing upon and reprogramming the minds of those who frequently use it. Firstly, let me be very clear when I say this is not a word of tolerance but one of … Continue reading Nigga: Musically invasive or endearment?
Everyone has heard some musical lyrics that were contrary to the life lived by the artists. Lately this has become the normal Indie formality, the fake funk trend that many haven’t picked up on, mainly the unconscious. Those who have consciously sniffed out the lying dogs have just let them get back to their regularly scheduled lies. Yes, people have grown up in rich and … Continue reading Lyrical Imposters: Bullshit at its finest
Over thinking & Procrastination are the two most effective ways of doing nothing: You put everything off until you don’t feel like it anymore, or you think so hard about how to do it that you rip your chances of doing something exciting right out of your head. I’m sure you have some long-term goals on your heart that you just haven’t come around to … Continue reading Life’s Real Serial Killers: Overthinking & Procrastination