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Kansas pop singer Broderick Jones released his 2014 debut, Cuddle, and began gaining popularity fast in his local city. Soon after that more catchy acoustic tunes like, “Hold You” came to help launch him through the clutter of other musicians in the Kansas music scene. In early 2016 Broderick was featured on @It's Different Pokemon ü remix that went viral over night hitting 1 million views.
Success continued in early 2017 with the release of “Its Time” with @Triste Noir that was later picked up by Trap Nations “Lowly Palace”. From there Broderick took notice of @AfroJack and was asked to collab. The track eventually never released and is still waiting on a release date. Soon after Broderick teamed up with @Fareoh on the “MoonLighting” track that hit 100k overnight.
All of this traction helped pave the way for Broderick's first EP late august 2017 entitled ME. Broderick’s “ME” EP caught buzz in his city by being played on local radio station. He gets volumes of invitations to perform acoustically at events. Broderick has been working hard to perfect his live singing and stage presence as he prepares to hit the summer hard, doing as many festivals as he can book!
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Savannah, Georgia rapper Clay James partners with Empire to release 100 song catalog to all digital streaming platforms.
Today, Clay James and Empire Distribution flooded the digital streaming sites with a 100+ song catalog of music featuring production from FKi, M-16, 30 Roc, Stroud, Mazo, & more. Not to mention these songs feature an array of dope artists: Young Dro, Sir Michael Rocks, Big Gipp, Sy Ari, & A Pimp Named Sweet Tooth to name a few. Head over to Apple Music, Spotify, & Tidal to catch up on the newly accessible tunes.
Spotify Link: https://open.spotify.com/artist/3yxAMeWrIDhvTNKyPyXdOs
Born Airel Culver , better known as Young street nigga Juvy or “ YSN Juvy “ . I was born & raised in fort pierce fl , where the crime rate is high . Mostly unsolved murders & and robbing goes on , my dad was never around , leaving my mama to struggle every moment of my childhood which made me leave home and get in the streets . I was arrested numerous times as a juvenile in and out of trouble couldn’t stay in school , it was nobody to support me I had to get money . I started rappin at the age of 8 , found out I could sing at 12 but I never took music serious I would play around but I never took it serious , until I made a diss song about this nigga who was suppose to be my homeboy but he stole from me . I named it “fuck it” , the song started pickin up so much heat and everybody was fuckin with it so I kept going to by this time I was still in the streets but working too . I know it might sound crazy but I got a job at the Jail doing food service . I ended up running into my current manager ( Sean of absolute ent) brother “Tom Tom” and I was rapping for him one day then he linked me with Sean immediately. I’ll never forget he told me “ all you gotta do is stay out of trouble and rap , i got you” & We’ve been rocking ever since , I know for a fact we’re going to go far with this company and be very successful. I plan to come back to my city and change life’s , give these jits the opportunity Sean gave me . And with that being said , I feel there is nothing that can hold us back.
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Video: AC Smitty "Bad Habits"
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Roc Nation artist AC Smitty delivers his new music video for the single "Bad Habits". On the laid back track, the Broward County, FL native runs off a list of bad habits that can serve as distractions in the streets and ultimately lead to getting "got". The song is featured on AC Smitty's new EP, Better Late Than Never that was released earlier this month.
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