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Tuesday, September 4, 2018

@XayCapisce - Harder Than Most


'Bama rapper, Xay Capisce, New Single  "Harder than Most" produced by Cano Cain'

Making appearances at: A3C, Miami-BET HipHop/Revolt MC Weekend, HBCU football classic New Orleans

(Atlanta, Georgia). September 1, 2018. After dropping his first mixtape, early summer 2018 with DJ Scream, Alabama bred rapper Xay Capisce captured major buzz and headlines with his debut single "Money Way" ft. Hoodrich Pablo Juan; a song which caught love of every dancer in the clubs. Having making Spring Tour appearances in Miami, Floria; Charlotte, North Carolina; Austin, Texas; and Birmingham, Alabama, Capisce, born, Xavier Gipson, has been receiving major love in his home state of Alabama and in the streets of Atlanta, Georgia. 

Capisce is releasing his new single "Harder than Most" over Labor Day Weekend and which will premiere on WORLDSTAR. "Harder than Most", produced by Alabama producer Cano Cain, can be downloaded on all music download sites. 

Wednesday, April 28, 2021

J.Adams - Paris

Smooth vocals from R&B artist J Adams take center stage on new single ‘Paris’ 

PRATTVILLE, AL – A new slow jam featuring the smooth falsetto stylings of Southern R&B artist Jacolby Adams has hit the airwaves and is gaining major buzz from fans all over the world. “Paris” is a groovy R&B classic set against swinging 808s that perfectly features the sultry vocals of this fast-rising artist from Alabama. His voice is hypnotic and the rhythm lulls the listener in and takes them on a sexy journey that is undeniable.  

Saturday, November 18, 2017

Rapper Found Dead In Alabama

The mysterious disappearance of 29-year-old rapper Edward Reeves, known as Bambino Gold, and his promoter cousin, 30-year-old Kendrick Stokes, known as Skooly Wit Da Tooly, may have reached a tragic ending.

Say Cheese Digital reports that Bambino's body was found in a wooded area in Macon County, Alabama on Friday, November 17.

WFSA report is consistent with this story. Macon County Sheriff Andre Brunson confirmed that two bodies were discovered in a wooded area. The first on Friday off of County Road 13. The second was found about four miles away on Saturday morning in the woods off Highway 80.

Both Bambino and Skooly were born in Alabama, but moved to Atlanta to further their careers. They traveled to Montgomery to host a party at Sky Bar on Saturday, November 4. The two were reported missing on November 7, after family lost contact with them late Sunday night.

Sunday, August 30, 2020

DotCom: One of the best unknown recording/mixing engineers in Atlanta

DotCom: One of the best unknown recording/mixing engineers in Atlanta

Stephen Farrow, who goes by the musician name “DotCom,” is a GRAMMY-nominated recording and mix engineer, music industry veteran. Originally from Montgomery, Alabama, he has since become a part of the Atlanta music scene, getting his start within the hip-hop genre in the early 2000’s.

His original interest in the music world began at a young age. Having grown up surrounded by music, and with a gospel musician uncle who would let him experiment on mixers and sound-boards, he first began creating his music with friends in high school. Around this time, an experience in a Birmingham, Alabama studio left him hooked and determined to pursue music for a living. From that first taste, he fell in love with the different knobs, buttons, and faders, and all of the effects that they could achieve. He began a deep-dive into music creation, learning about beats, vocals, mixing, and everything in-between. From there he went on to go to Omnitech for digital media, and in 2014 became a recording engineer for Quality Control Studios. He has since worked with artists such as Cardi BNick CannonLil YachtyMigos, and more.

Thursday, May 7, 2020

CEO Chino Marley (@CeoChinoMarley) - "Dripology Vol. 1"

Birmingham, Alabama's Ceo Chino Marley released his new project "Dripology Vol. 1". Entirely produced by collaborator SspikeTrap, the project is complete with features from Z Money, SlimeLife Shawty, Sonta and chicago newcomer, King Ace. The project comes fresh off the release of Chino's “Make Em Believe” video directed by Diesel Films and "Big Smoke" featuring Slimelife Shawty, premiered via HOTNEWHIPHOP.

"Dripology Vol. 1" is available everywhere now. Raised by a single mother in the trenches of Birmingham, Alabama, Marley was exposed to life’s harsh realities from an early age. His music speaks to the experiences of both falling prey and rising above these circumstances. In 2016, Marley dropped his first independent release, “Count it Up.” Shortly after, he met Canadian producer, SspikeTrap via social media.

Thursday, April 23, 2020

CEO Chino Marley (@CeoChinoMarley) - "Make Em Believe"

Birmingham Alabama's Ceo Chino Marley released his new single “Make Em Believe” with accompanying visuals today. Co-produced by trusted collaborator SspikeTrap and WockBoy, the song’s melodic soundscape perfectly complements Marley's infectious vocals. “Make Em Believe" is available everywhere now, watch the video HERE. The release of the “Make Em Believe” video directed by Diesel Films, comes fresh off the release of "Big Smoke" ft. Slimelife Shawty, premiered via HOTNEWHIPHOP. "Make Em Believe," "Big Smoke" ft. Slimelife Shawty, and Chino's Z-Money-assisted hit "New Wave" will all be on Chino's upcoming project. Dripology Vol. 1, coming May 1st. Raised by a single mother in the trenches of Birmingham, Alabama, Marley was exposed to life’s harsh realities from an early age. His music speaks to the experiences of both falling prey and rising above these circumstances. In 2016, Marley dropped his first independent release, “Count it Up.” Shortly after, he met Canadian producer, SspikeTrap via social media. Together they began to hone in on a unique, identifiable sound. The duo’s bond is so strong, Marley likens it to that of Zaytoven & Gucci Mane. Currently cooking up a joint release with Toronto producer SspikeTrap, Marley and Sspike are poised for a burgeoning 2020.

Monday, February 17, 2020

#NewMusic J.P. Tha Pompafillian - "Need To Know" @JoshuaClemmons8


Phenix City, Alabama artist J.P. Pompafillian releases new music titled 'Need To Know.' This is a song about how stupid the games we play with each other are and how when you want something.

Joshua "J.P." Clemmons, born and raised in Pompano Beach Florida and now residing in Alabama with his family.   He's been making music since 98' and had the deepest passion for the art.

Thursday, May 3, 2018

Snypa - Woes (Official Video) Ft D-Aye @iSnypa88 @HitmakerDaye @HoodrichWest


Atlanta's own Snypa and Alabama artist D-Aye get together for their new collaborative mixtape titled Hit Rich. The project consists of ten songs and contains a feature from Alabama native Jabo. Stream and download "Hit Rich" now!

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Drug Bust Raid In Alabama


This is an video clip coming from Birmingham, Alabama one of the most wild drug bust moments where you see the US feds making a drug bust with an suppressor loaded up with their pistols.

Friday, March 17, 2017

Woman Escapes Kidnapping

An Alabama woman saved herself from being kidnapped during a harrowing incident in Birmingham on Tuesday.

According to police, the woman was walking home when a man approached her with a gun and demanded money. After telling the suspect she didn't have any, the man forced her into the trunk of a car.

After the suspect drove to a gas station, the courageous woman was able to force open the trunk of the car and jump out just as it was starting to pull away. She then ran inside and called 911 for help, while a store worker hid her in a back room until police arrived. Authorities are still searching for the suspect.

Sunday, September 11, 2016

Prison Inmates Protest Modern Day Slavery

On September 9, 1971, nearly half of the 2,200 prisoners in New York's Attica Correctional Facility staged a revolt to demand better living conditions. Exactly 45 years to the date, inmates from 40 prisons across 24 states, were unified in taking a stand of their own, which is comprised of many of the principles the prisoner's of Attica '71 stood for. Organizers who dubbed the event a call to end "modern-day slavery," are hoping that the strike their action boils down to, will speak loudly enough to force a change of living conditions, forced labor, and some fundamental pillars of the criminal justice system which they say sustains the oppression of the prison population.

Back in May, an Alabama prison strike followed one that took place in Texas the month prior, thus, the act is not necessarily anything new per-se. But it is one of the first times in modern history that inmates across state borders have attempted to coordinate a nationwide demonstration. Plans for the national protest were born out of The Free Alabama Movement, whose members began circulating fliers inviting prisoners to come up with demands they would recommend for improving conditions.

Some of the typical jobs inmates hold include landscaping, kitchen work, and general cleaning. While wages in some prisons very from state to state, inmates in federal penitentiaries earn between 12 and 40 cents an hour. In Texas, Arkansas, and Georgia, prisoners do not get compensated at all for their labor. Even more disconcerting to activists is the fact that prisoners really have no choice but to accept the work they are given, or face repercussions. "Typically prisoners are required to work, and if they refuse to work, they can be punished by having their sentences lengthened and being placed in solitary confinement," Wright said Editor of Prison Legal News.

"We're realistic. We know that all our demands aren't going to be given to us," says organizer Phillip Ruiz of the Incarcerated Workers Organizing Committee. "The hope is that some concrete things develop as far as changing the conditions." He hopes the protest will send the message to prison authorities that "You guys aren't going to get away with what you're doing to prisoners anymore."

Thursday, July 8, 2021

Kenn2x (@OfficialKenn2X) - "No Finesse"

Mobile, Alabama artist Kenn2x drops off his continuing buzzing single entitled "No Finesse", out now on Apple Music and Spotify. Be on the lookout for more music and videos from the new hottest artist out of Mobile. 

Tuesday, May 11, 2021

Gas Prices Set To Go Up

 


Following the shutdown of a major U.S. fuel pipeline in the wake of a cyber attack, gas prices in parts of the country could see a rise of up to seven cents as early as this week, according to the AAA.

Friday, May 7, 2021

Breadwinner Kane – Shooters (Feat. Boosie Badazz)


Do you understand the true meaning of the word “boss?” If the term is based off of coming up the hard way in the streets, it is defined as “one who motivates his team; someone who a team looks up to and follows because he helps them to grow and ensures that everyone eats.” 

These words are the law of rapper, entrepreneur, and CEO Breadwinner Kane of Artillery South.

Friday, March 26, 2021

Bad Neighbors (@itsBadNeighbors) - "Flowers She Burned" EP

Last October, Bad Neighbors broke out with their rap-punk “Blacked Out” banger. The Alabama-bred duo has returned to deliver their eight-track Flowers She Burned EP. Building on the wild and brash sound of singles such as “Crash And Burn” the Flowers She Burned EP houses an array of crossover hits. 

Sunday, January 31, 2021

[Video] Breadwinner Kane X Fredo Bang 'Bodies'


Artillery South/All Gutz No Glory/Platinum Camp/Blingnot Media Present Breadwinner Kane X Fredo Bang “Bodies"

Breadwinner Kane is from Alabama living in Atlanta is known for being associated with Kevin Gates' Bread Winners Association. Featured artist, Fredo Bang, from Baton Rouge Louisiana is signed to Def Jam and best known for his single “Oouuh” and his 2020 mixtape “Most Hated”. Produced by grammy award winner Zaytoven, German American producer/keyboardist, Usher “Papers”, Future, Gucci Mane, Chief Keef, Lacrae, & Boosie Badazz just to name a few.


Download/Stream Link -- https://soulspazm.ffm.to/bodies

IG. @Kanebwa
Twitter @BWAKane
www.breadwinnerkane.com
@fredobang
www.fredobang.com
@zaytoven
Zaytovenbeatz
@digitaldope
@KEVONGLICKMAN
@BLINGNOTMEDIA
Zaytovenbeatz.com
Zaytovenglobal.com


Sunday, November 29, 2020

Elboe (@djelboe) - "Warrior"

Alabama artist and producer Elboe releases the music video for his hot new single "Warrior." It's currently available on all digital platforms. Make sure to follow @djelboe on Instagram and Twitter to get the latest music and updates.

Friday, July 31, 2020

Bobby Brown Talks Michael Jackson And The Moonwalk


Brown hit Instagram live to talk with Fat Joe aka Joeprah and revealed that he was the true creator of the Michael Jackson's moonwalk, reflecting on his entrance to the music industry.

“When we first started out I had just came from Alabama learning how to do the Moonwalk, the real Moonwalk, where you put the sand on the ground and do it from the sand on the ground and it was like soft shoed,” Bobby Brown shared. “And Michael asked me to show him how to Moonwalk.

“This is a true story you could ask Michael Bivins, you can ask Ronnie Devoe, Ricky Bell, I showed Michael Jackson how to Moonwalk. I’m not insinuating, I’m letting you know that this is what happened. This is how the Moonwalk was formed,” he added.

Monday, May 18, 2020

Elboe (@djelboe) - "Drumline"

Hip Hop artist and producer Elboe drops fire new single "Drumline". Drumline showcases the style of the Alabama native highlighting hard and street conscious raps with self produced HBCU style banging horns and drums. Download and stream on all digital platforms!

Thursday, April 9, 2020

Fat Yunginn (@fatYunginn) F/ Rylo Rodriguez (@RyloRodriguez) - "No Choice"

Recently Cash Money Records released Dallas, Texas rapper Fat Yunginn's newest music featuring Rylo Rodriguez titled, "No Choice." Filmed in Rylo's hometown the video shows the two rappers interacting and flashing their jewelry as the two rap about their lack of options coming from the streets. "We linked up when he had a show at Dallas at V Live.

I think one of his managers hit me back and he knocked out his verse in like 30-45 minutes," Fat Yunginn said. "It's a song about how a nigga had to do music because I had No Choice or I'd be dead or in jail. I had No Choice but to make it happen or I could be dead or in jail. We shot some of the scenes in Atlanta and we shot some scenes in Mobile, Alabama where Rylo is from."

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