Troy Wimbley is one of the most sought-after, innovative and creative songwriters/artist in the twenty first century. It all started when he was just a kid growing up on the west side of Chicago, Illinois when he discovered his dynamic gift and love of music and songwriting. He was inspired by Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, Sam Cooke and The Temptations. Troy first started writing for local groups all around the Windy City of Chicago. To expand his career and take it to the next level, Troy left Chicago, Illinois and moved to Los Angeles. This move proved to be one of the greatest moves for of his career because once in Los Angeles Troy began writing for Death Row Records and many more opportunities to work with celebrity artists open up. Here is where he worked with artist like Danny Boy, Michelle`, The Dogg Pound, TuPac, Mary J. Blige and Jodeci. After working at Death Row Records for a few years, he later formed a group called Emoja and was introduced to American Idol Musician Randy Jackson.
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Jacksonville, FL – Grind Labs Inc. is excited to announce the release of their flagship artist Camo and his new single “Just Fine” available for streaming on all major streaming platforms.
“Just Fine” has that classic southern hip hop sound with its lyrical tempo, heavy bass, and horns. You’ll be singing along ready to hit replay before the hook comes in for the last time. “Just Fine” is more than just another single for Camo. It’s a milestone in his career; one that symbolizes the moment when he got the privilege and the joy to work with Swordz and Epik Tha Dawn two of whom he’s always admired and looked to for inspiration and motivation along his musical journey. Camo stated that “Just Fine is “definitely something new for your ears. Dope sound, no mumbling”.
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BozzLay'Dee, born April Poree, is an independent female artist coming straight out of Chicago, IL! She is no stranger to the music industry.
Be on the lookout for the BozzLay'Dee and her BozzTribe as they "Do what they Want" while climbing the charts. This is definitely not the last you will hear from BozzLayâDee, as she is well rounded and wants it ALL.
Teno Songwriter is a platinum-selling songwriter that has to his credit one of the most influential and successful records of our culture; “Freak Me” performed by multi-platinum R&B recording artists SILK, penned by Teno Songwriter and Keith Sweat.
A MASTER at writing HOOKS, Teno encourages artists to write by allowing them room to pen their own verses on his songs. Teno Songwriter resides in a suburb of Atlanta with his wife and two children where he continues to write some of the most beautiful songs of his career.
Boss Chick is a commemorative song honoring the 30-year anniversary of the platinum hit “Freak Me” penned by Teno Songwriter and Keith Sweat, for the multi-platinum singing group SILK. Boss Chick is a sexy, base-heavy R&B/HipHop masterpiece that places women on the pedestal they deserve to stand on. Women are taking care of their families, leading our country and major corporations as well as running their own businesses, yet there’s no music saying to them, “great job, thank you and I appreciate you”. Boss Chick pays homage to women while demanding they be recognized and treated as a Boss Chick. More than just a song, Boss Chick is a movement dedicated to all women, regardless of creed, color, or race.
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Prolific Singer/Songwriters James Worthy & Robin S Come Together With Powerful New Single “See It My Way” For BLACK HISTORY MONTH
“See It My Way” is a song by American Singer-Songwriter, and Producer James Worthy which features House Dance singer Robin S best known for her classic "Show Me Love" released on February 25, 2022 through Humble Sound Music Group as a lead collaboration from his upcoming debut studio album Once A Fairytale (2022). The song was written, and produced by James Worthy, Ronell Sessoms and Robin S.
A dark Psychedelic Disco, and Synth-Pop Track within the production. “See It My Way” was met with widespread positive acclaim for James’s new style, and sound alongside the music production delivering an upbeat anthem about manifestation, self confidence, and passion for the greater things in life. The song will be available on all streaming platforms, and digital stores for purchase, and download.
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D.H.S is putting Philly on the map with a hot new EP titled “In Hustling We Trust Vol. 1” (Hosted By Jadakiss) that just dropped!! The new EP features the hit single "Hilltop Stylez" ft. Jadakiss & QBall.
Mr. Mosberg Banga out of West Philadelphia is an entrepreneur and the founder and owner of the record label Hilltop Coalition Entertainment. Determined to put out good music as a solo artist he also took the initiative to keep his close friends/family alongside him along the way.
Mr. Banga has been one fourth of the group Dark Hustlaz Society for the past decade and a half. The group composed of Mr. Banga, L Crock, Loc, Sam G, and the late J Curtis who was called home from his savior 7 years ago. Ever the multi-taskers, DHS (Dark Hustlaz Society) is on a mission to affect change to bring the sound back to the hilltop the mecca of Philadelphia hip-hop where it started.
Artists like Steady B, Cool C, DJ Tat Money, man Called Lux, E Marbles and JoJo, Da Youngstas, and many more The Great LG the Teacher has inspired. Gold and Platinum hits consistently is a destination DHS will have to keep alive with the help The Great LG the Teacher son Quaran Goodman (QBALL). Look out for “In Hustling We Trust Vol. 1” (Hosted By Jadakiss) dropping real soon!!
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“Do Em Wrong” Official Music Video Kaboom Holy ft. Julio Foolio & Money Man LootFor “Do Em Wrong”, Party Pack representer Kaboom Holy elicits the help of collaborators Julio Foolio and Money Man Loot. The song itself is aggressive and might make you want to put your guard up! With a grungy, homegrown visual to match - this offering is not about the theatrics as much as it’s made to get a point across. “Do Em Wrong” definitely makes a statement – one that says these three are not the ones to play with. Scattered graphics flit across the screen, and the camera captures unique, unexpected angles contributing to a feeling of controlled chaos brought out by Kaboom and friends. For fans of the floss, the ice does not disappoint – each rapper donning shimmering adornments and coordinating trademark grills as he spits his piece. As the visual opens up, Julio Foolio makes quick work of his lead position in the song’s lineup. He jumps right in with two feet, setting the tone with back-and-forth rhymes that lay the groundwork for a potent listening experience. Foolio delivers confrontational stanzas with flows that have the bounce to tie up his lyrics in a bow. Kaboom’s trademark voice, likely recognizable even from space, enters in behind Foolio urging, “I got that sh*t that gets you upset!” Freeform locs swinging, his spirited emergence brings about even more aggression, more gun bars, more reasons not to get too comfortable in your seat. His plays on words and sheer mastery of his vocal are what both shock and draw one in. The hook Kaboom offers hits hard and not only burrows like a vicious earworm; it also ties together his compadres’ verses. Enter: Money Man Loot – the rapper with the gravelly voice, high-energy and blonde/green silhouette. With a no-manners approach, Loot presents volatile lines that do the term “Grand Finale” justice. It’s also in this scene that viewers are magnetized with double-exposed images of all the money, jewels and fashion one would expect from a team such as this. All in all, “Do Em Wrong” captures the embodiment of a hood-rich rampage. The video was shot and directed by Charlotte-based company, The A.V.E. Productions, and just released in conjunction with the new single, produced by Loaf Boy Nick. Check out this, and all of Kaboom Holy’s content via his social handles and links.
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As woman we go through so many phases of our life. Many times finding that we've lost a part of ourselves along the way because we're so busy with everyday life. With this particular project I wanted to embrace the side of myself I hadn't seen in a very long time. That side of me that was fun, free, fearless, dangerous and sensual. Wow and it felt so good feeling free to be me. I challenge all women to embrace all of themselves again. The woman you used to be combined with the woman you've become is unstoppable.
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With sonic surprises at every turn, Fayetteville artist “Kaboom Holy” is the embodiment of the unnamed space between what currently exists and what could be. With a dynamic, almost volcanic energy, at times it seems music and lyrics serve as mere canvases primed to showcase Holy’s warrior-like charisma and animated vocal takes. With youthful spirit, Kaboom delivers paced lines about street life over grungy Hip-Hop beats and couples them with chant-like hooks that sound heavy-metal adjacent.
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