Artist NAME is Deemo and The Movement is HYH…Kadeem Scott grew up in Mt Vernon before moving to the suburban town of Dobbs Ferry. In his high school days, he flourished in sports winning a state title. Soon after leaving the gridiron, Kadeem began to focus on his rap skills and chose to use the name he was given while tearing up football fields all over the state ‘DEEMO’.
WITH LIBERTY AND JUSTICE FOR ALL, REMEMBER 9/11On September 11, 2001, the nation witnessed unparalleled destruction. Weeks, months, and years after the feeling of dread and loss loomed in the air. 12 years later, the U.S. is still recovering from the emotional and physical trauma and loss. The paranoia of vulnerability of American citizens continues, but 9/11 should be a reminder of just how vital world peace is and how far we as a nation have to work to achieve it.
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DRAYA TAKES OVER 106&PARK!
Draya Michele from Basketball Wives LA has paved an even wider and more powerful path for herself in the last couple of years. She has her own bathing suit line, “Mint Swim” which is doing quite well. It’s popping amongst celebrities like Lala Anthony and Cassie who were both seen flexing and looking great in their Mint Swim bikinis. Draya has taken a lot of heat over allegations regarding her family but she is well equipped to handle it all and is moving forward with ease. She recently hosted BET’s 106 & Park with Bow Wow and check out what she had to say during their #AskDraya segment as reported by Bossip.com: Learn More:
I n the late 2000’s she took a interest in modeling when she was stopped walking through her neighborhood Target store by a photographer who told her she had “The Face”. She began to research the fashion and modeling industry where she grew to be influenced by Tyra Banks and her show America’s Next Top Model. She states her biggest influence was Eva Pigford who won cycle 3 because she could relate to her so much.
Gerald then teamed up with Upcoming Entertainment Group and began doing promotional modeling on the side. Once she realized how popular she had gotten in her area she then moved to Albany, New York to jump start her new career as a model. She linked up with EsClass Enterprises and MB Productions for her first video debut, lead role in “They Ain’t Gotta Know” starring rapper Self Made Vega which can be viewed on YouTube. Just as her career was shooting off like a rocket she was faced with reality, her mother had sclerosis of the liver and kidney failure and was soon facing major surgery; which sent her packing back to Flint, MI to be by her mother’s side. But she didn’t let that stop her career or drive.
Since she has returned to the Flint area she has done some promotional modeling, you may have seen her on a few flyers such as hair, nails and toes and a few upcoming designer fashion & hair shows. She recently collabed with Team 810 for a photo-shoot with Harley Davidson and a short role in their upcoming movie Goon 810 to drop summer of 2013. Gerald says look forward to her 2014 calendar and many more projects in the near future because she is not stopping until she puts her city on the map … “New York Born but Flint Raised” Leggo. You can follow her on twitter @KissMyPink_ or add her on Facebook
Love and Hip Hop Atlanta
These Georgia peaches know how to spice up the screen. They knuckle up when necessary and still keep the weaves and make-up tight!
Previously this season on Love and Hip Hop ATL, Erica and Scrappy started off as an engaged couple, K.Michele was one of Mimi’s best friends as of last week and Rasheeda and hubby Kirk reinforced their bond after renewing wedding vows … all of the above situations are now null and void!
Last night’s episode had attention grabbing moments, like when Momma Dee actually apologized to her son for being a bit over-bearing in his relationships. It’s easy for Momma Dee to be nice now, after she had a hand in breaking up Scrappy and Erica. Erica and Shay came face to face at Tracey’s fashion show. That was an intense moment, but it cooled down when they both chose to be ladies and kept it moving respectfully.
Drew and Tracey’s business deal is a done deal! Drew, Tracey’s business partner and baby daddy, practically begged Tracey for $25,000 to start a sneaker store and after finally getting it- he handed the dough over to a third “business partner,” with no contract. Where they do that at??
The money and the business partner disappeared into thin air.
Stevie J has actually been on his best behavior. He was determined to be honest with Joseline and let her know that he wants to work with Shay Mac. Joseline felt some type of way (threatened) and was completely disrespectful when Stevie tried to bring them together. His good efforts ended in Joseline attempting to snuff Shay Mac while on her way out. Close, but no cigar.
The highlight, hands down, was when Mimi confronted K.Michele about a recent radio interview in which K.Michele called Mimi’s new man gay, “in her opinion.” Words were exchanged and as usual, K.Michele acted out her emotions physically and hit Mimi over the head with flowers, retrieved to her dressing room and started to sing over Mimi’s rants.
Next week is sure to be another banger and we’ve got you covered!(by: Dina)
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He comes from the state of Illinois, city of Peoria and now lives in California. He has been in the rap game for several years and has been steadily perfecting his craft. Originally known to the music industry as DIZZY D, in the beginning, he mentions that he was in it for all the wrong reasons. He said that he lavished in the fame, women, and money and was content with his status at the time.
He took a few years off to study the tape; like an NBA player or boxer studying his opponent, soon made a comeback. Now with a new vision and new name. He was known as the infamous, INFERNO JACKSON action packed with rhymes galore. A fiery rapper with skills, but soon realized that the name was common.
As he recalls, he was lounging with a friend and approached by a fan, which had asked if he had a show that weekend. He asked, “why?” The person explained, that there was another guy with the same name performing. Right then, he knew he had to distinguish himself from others, and become more unique to the world.
Inferno Jackson was making waves in the rap industry, but felt as though he had to appeal to his Christian mother to listen to his music. Listen to his music was something that she would not do, with obscene language and the “n” word spewed throughout his lyrics. So, it was time that he restructured his game plan and became the man that we now know as, NOJACK.
Nojack has had some credible projects in the past that can be researched. Some of them are: DECEPTION, CRITICAL DAMAGE, LYRICALLY BOUND vol.1, WELCOME TO, NOJACK CITY, and SHADES OF GRAY to name a few.
Nojack is quick to refer to himself as the man “ Bo Jackson” of action packed music, and listening to his catalog; he is not selling wolf tickets. He also has a style that may sound somewhat familiar to the hip-hop world. As he states he has acquired it from the legendary Krayzie Bone, of BONE THUGS and HARMONY. He further mentions that his style is creative with dimensions, and style that is not done by anyone else.
Nojack says that he gets inspiration for his music from his past struggles of hard times, and states that he keeps a 9-5. He says that he makes music according to his mood and keeps in tune with what is going on in the world today, but is sure to continue to build himself up mentally and physically.
He states that, “Picasso was an artist, and was just bringing his art to the world and that’s what I do. I just do me.”
As far as gripes are concerned, he has a few. Nojack is adamant about phony engineers as he sates. And how they are quick to push artists in and out like a conveyer belt. He states that he has had issues in this area at a point and time, and had felt like a certain engineer was pushing artists as if they were on a cookie sheet cookie cut and put out. He states that Eddie Ruxspin (the engineer of his current projects) has been very instrumental in helping him fine tune his craft, and he holds him in high regards.
Contact info: Facebook.com/nojackcity
Drake Speaks On Grafh during a interview: http://youtu.be/OARIKBg6XhY
Shia LaBeouf says Grafh is “Really, really, really good on the Carson Daly Show: http://youtu.be/AELrQnmAp6c
Grafh ft. Waka Flocka “Knock Em Down”: http://youtu.be/-9CVaaEJeaU
Behind the Scene Grafh It’s Just Music ft. Joe Budden & Shalone: http://vimeo.com/27610106 …Video comin soon…
Grafh ft Busta Rhymes “Like Ohh”: http://youtu.be/uok3DHyt3jg
Grafh ft. Sheek Louch “Bring the Goons Out”: http://youtu.be/5Hk5lHxzSvw
Grafh ft. Jim Jones “Bout Dat”: http://youtu.be/S7N9gr847Yo
The feedback was so strong for this one that we decided to shoot a video. Shout out to Nicki and Eminem Roman’s Revenge Freestyle Video: http://youtu.be/0rEJe1P88_k
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As for the pressure of filling the shoes of his musical family, Sean Black doesn’t stress and takes it all in stride. “I feel pressure, but I also understand we wouldn’t have a lot of the great people we have today without it, so I embrace the pressure,” says Sean Black.
His EP “The Blackout” set for release in summer 2013 will have music everyone from 4 to 94 will enjoy. Sean Black is young and fearless, but has a charming maturity in an age when youth is the sole focus of music. The harmonic tone of “Stole My Heart”, written by Sean Black, captures his maturity as he sings the sorrow of a man’s heartbreak.
Then there’s the catchy cadence and clever wordplay in “I Killed Her,” a song about how the cocky male ego can murder and destroy a relationship beyond repair.
The mature and murderous extremes are balanced out with “Be On”, a youthful song about that awe struck feeling of seeing the girl of your dreams for the first time and preparing for that second chance encounter
Writing from the heart is a necessity for Sean Black. “I’m better at writing what I feel rather than talking out my feelings,” says Sean Black. “Writing is how I express my feelings and most of my songs will be real experiences that occurred in my heart, mind, and life,” Sean Black continues.
With Sean Black, it’s all about making a true connection through his music. “I want everyone to see that I’m not just an artist, but I’m also a person,” says Sean Black. “A person that feels and goes through the same daily problems you go through,” he says.
Sean Black takes the music business just as seriously as the art. He currently attends Berkeley College in New York City and plans to major in Business and Marketing. “Music brings life to everything around it. It makes life itself better day to day. Music is my everything,” says Sean Black.