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Name: Lee Adrian Industry: Music City: Houston Genre: Rap Favorite Artist: Tupac Describe who Lee Adrian is in five words. Driven, unapologetic, God-fearing, hungry and patient. Being an artist from the heart of Houston, who now lives in Atlanta, describe your sound.  [My sound] is something that I feel all ears can adapt to. It has authenticity, and…

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Name: Squallè (Squah-LAY) City: Athens, Georgia Genre: Hip-hop Favorite artists: J. Cole and Meek Mill What does your artist name mean to you? Everything. My “artist name” reflects who I am as an artist and a person. The translation alone is a direct definition that sums up how others view me and my experiences. I learned a…

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Name: Maurice Moore Industry: Music and sports City: Ottawa and Los Angeles Genre: R&B, pop and hip-hop Favorite artist: Shania Twain Who is the “Melodic Novelist”?  The “Melodic Novelist” is me, Maurice Moore. [I’ve had a love for writing] ever since my early childhood — but it wasn’t until I was introduced to artists like Shania Twain and Usher [that]…

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iSwear Cartier recently joined Romeo International on Remixx, to share his newest project release, Stupid Crazy. He shared the artistic process he goes through to create his music. Name: iSwear Cartier (De’Andre Smith) Industry: Rapper Hometown: Birmingham, Alabama Genre: Hip-hop Favorite Artists: Three 6 Mafia, Nas, Gucci Mane As an indie rapper in the Atlanta area, describe who iSwear is…

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Name: Samoht Industry: Music City: New York City Style/Genre: R&B Describe who Samoht is in three words.  Clear, smooth and genuine. How would you describe your sound? When I’m creating music, I don’t have any walls up. I open up to whatever sounds, melodies and lyrics come to me. I could box myself in, but that would…

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Akon and DJ Holiday‘s new secret weapon, Al Coe, from Bronx, N.Y., has the streets asking about him, and now it’s time to get familiar.  His recent project, COE STYLES, the mixtape, is available now and was inspired by both Lil’ Wayne’s The Dedication and 50 Cent’s Jackin’ for Beats mixtapes. On COE STYLES, Al…

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The SoulStress, Sonya McGuire, knew at an early age she appreciated music. This PK (preacher’s kid) was surrounded by music and learned to sing, act, and play a host of instruments. The SoulStress emphasized, “With music playing such a dominant role in the home, I felt that there was no other path to follow other than…

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Sonyaé Elise, a former Broadway performer and Bravo TV “Platinum Hit” competitor is a singer/songwriter with a long roster of collaborations and features, including; Migos, Frank Ocean, Jill Scott, Lil Yachty, Kendrick Lamar, Jeremih, and more. In an attempt to broaden her horizons, she has released a new single that embodies her strength and individuality.…

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  Who knew switching schools could land artist and Rome, GA native DAYWLK into our “Artist to Watch” category. At 12 years old, DAYWLK fell in love with music and hip hop. “I changed schools from the county to the city. Before then, I never saw people tap out beats on lunch tables and rap…

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To understand how Seandrea Sledge became Dreezy, most would recognize April 8, 2014, as the day her life changed forever. It was a day that followed the release of Nicki Minaj’s ode to urban Chicago, “Chiraq.” Inspired by Minaj’s take on Chicago, Dreezy recorded a remix and offered a more textured version of what it…

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Tiffany Evans released a visual for her new song “On Sight” featuring hip-hop heavyweight Fetty Wap. The song portrays a flirty love in which Tiffany is waiting for a special someone to make a move. The video displays Tiffany Evans‘ bold new look. The video highlights her fun personality and remarkable dance moves and was directed by her…

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DeJ Loaf generated a ton of buzz after dropping “Try Me” and landed a deal with Columbia earlier this year. She recently talked about her posse cut “Detroit Vs. Everybody,” a track that features a small platoom of Motor City rhyme animals; including Royce Da 5’9 and superstar Eminem. She explained that she didn’t know Slim Shady would even be on the song until he was

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