Many artists struggle to establish their musical identity, laboriously trying on different musical styles like a piece of clothing, looking to find what fits. But there are others that emerge fully formed, in full command of their craft, their identity and their music. Sachey fits firmly in a different category than most because he has the ability to touch people with his lyrics. A Tennessee boy who grew up in Columbia, near Nashville, Sachey was influenced by his uncle and stepfather band and various hip hop artist , but didn’t take music seriously until he was in his early teens. He started writting songs and later was featured on the Third Street Baller's hit song " We Be From Tennessee".As his name grew in and around the Tennessee area, the pieces began to fall into place for Sachey. He began to be booked for shows with at the time most known Tennessee Artist such as Kingpin Skinny Pimp(Memphis,Tn) Pistol aka P Gates,(Nashville,Tn) and Quannie Cash (Nashville,Tn). Also featuring a dvd with Young Buck(Nashville,Tn) and Project Pat (Memphis,Tn). Also featured on Dj Rpm Indie Top 50 Vol.80. Also featured on Thats Hip Hop.Com Dj Drama Third Infantry Division Part 2. He also rleased a mixtape titled Global Domination which is avalible on datpiff.com . Sachey's latest album Magic Wand is available wherever you buy your music.
Young Costa, is a 25 year old rapper from Houston, Texas. Consider him "New Hip-hop," a hybrid artist that can give you lyrical rap, conscious hiphop, and pop/R&B-like rap songs. A compared mixture of Eminem, Mac Miller, J. Cole, and Logic. With a clean/smooth dominate voice, catchy melodic hooks, picturesque bars, and the ability to tell a story/theme, his music naturally catches the ear.
After nearly a year and half break from dropping new music to focus on songwriting and the business side of being an independent artist, Young Costa released his latest single, "Where I Lay" and dropped a video for the song "Outro" off of his up-and-coming EP, Birth. Set to drop early February 2021, the tracklist is full of back to back bangers with catchy hooks and vivid lyrical verses. Costa, rightfully so named his EP, Birth, as a representation of the Birth of his music career. Though, he's early in his career you can hear the potential of a future legend in the making. Be sure to follow and subscribe to Young Costa on all platforms, to stay up-to-date on this talented rapper.
Traemayne Brown Born Alexander Marsalis Brady Is A 29 Year Old Musician/Producer/Manager Born In The Crown Heights Section Of Brooklyn New York...Musically Inclined Since Age 5 T.R.B (Known Then As Da Singa) Started Singing & Competing In Talent Shows & Was Primarily & R&B Artist & Songwriter Until Age 14 After The Death Of His Father He Learned How To Make Beats & Rap & Also Started Learning The Business Side Of The Music Industry & Ran His Own Collective/Label (Ghetto Rich Ent)
He's Opened For Major Artists Including Remy Ma, Papoose, Uncle Murda, Freeway, Ginuwine (Just To Name A Few)
He's Currently Working On An Instrumental EP & A Collab Mixtape With Artists All over His Native Brooklyn NYC
Rapping He Went Threw Name Changes Including Ace Bradley (A Play On His Birth Name) & DJ Brooklyn Kid...At Age 14 After The Death Of His Father Traemayne Decided To Take His Music Career Seriously & Really Started Buckling Down In School & Honing His Craft In Music & His Friends Asked Him Would he Change His Name Again And He Settled On Traemayne Rico Brown Combining His 2 Biggest Inspirations (Trey Songz & Chris Brown)...At Age 17 Trae Would Start His Own Collective Called Ghetto Rich Entertainment & Started Dabbling In Management & The Business Side Of The Music Industry Figuring If This Was Something He Was Going To Take Seriously He Wanted To Learn As Much As Possible..Fast Forward Currently & T.R.B HAS Opened Up For Artists Including Trina, Chinx, French Montana, Tank, Uncle Murda, Freeway, Fred The Godson, Mario, & G-Unit Just To Name A Few...What Started Out As Just A Dream And A Means Of Therapy And An Outlet To Stay Out Of Trouble Has Turned To A Pretty Sucessful And Still Developing Career For This Young Emcee And Is Bound To Show The World His Talents Thru His Various Aspects And Flows In This Game We Call Hip Hop
Traemayne Brown Is Also The
CEO/Founder Of Ghetto Rich Entertainment™
Back in December, The Black Soprano Family’s very own Heem linked up with DJ Green Lantern and dropped his Long Story Short project. The 11-track body of work boasted features from Boldy James, Benny The Butcher, Amber-Simone, and Rick Hyde. Heem made sure fans got a visual for one of its stand-out cuts “It Could Happen,” which is officially available today.
The Black Soprano Family (BSF) consists of Rick Hyde, Heem, LoveBoat Luciano, Jonesy, FlexxBabyy, Young World, and the late DJ Shay. With a solid team by his side, Heem feels his confidence at its highest its ever been. “I feel like I’m at my best, in my prime right now, and Long Story Short is my gift from God” Heem declares via press release. “He put me here to a voice. It’s always a pleasure working beside my big bro Benny; he gave me all the game I need to be great.”
In 2020, Benny unleashed Burden of Proof. The project saw 12 cuts and additional assists from names like Rick Ross, Freddie Gibbs, Dom Kennedy, Big Sean, Lil’ Wayne, Queen Naija, and of course, his fellow Griselda brothers Conway The Machine and Westside Gunn. Considered the most commercially successful body of work out of the Griselda camp, Burden of Proof landed within the top 30 of the Billboard 200 thanks to 19,000 album equivalent units sold during its first week of release. A few months prior to Burden of Proof’s release, Benny teamed up with his Black Soprano Family for the imprint’s first release, Benny The Butcher & DJ Drama Presents: Gangsta Grillz X BSF Da Respected Sopranos, which debuted in the top 10 on all major DSP’s.
My name is Jeromy Paige A.K.A JWORTHY. I'm 23 years old from Lawrenceville GA and happily married with 3 kids. I've always had a love for music and recorded my voice for the first time at the age of 12 and haven't looked back since. I really became serious about my music December 24th 2017 because that was the day I was baptised in Jesus name. I decided to dedicate my gifts and talents to my Lord and Savior because I know I could've been dead and gone a long time ago while I was walking in darkness, but He saw so fit to be patient with me and I'm grateful that He gives me another opportunity to get it right with him everyday. My goal as an artist is help encourage others in their faith and share my testimony on what's it's like for me to walk with God but most importantly I want to spread the love of Christ to all who hear my music and let people know that he is REAL.
To put it simple I'm just a messenger with a message. (The Good News)Go check out my latest album
"God on My Side" available on Spotify, Apple Music, Tidal, and more!
Pretti Emage, pronounced Pretty Image, is an American Hip Hop and R&B duo originating from Tampa, Florida formed by two sisters, Jaleesah “Mizz Attitude” Riley and Zayah “Baby Girl” Riley. Their music, which is a blend of Hip Hop, Pop and R&B first entered the music scene back in 2016. Since then their music has soared their career and even won them a plethora of accolades for their musical accomplishments. Their hard driven beats and energy fueled lyrics has catapulted them into a lane of their own. Growing up in a musical family it was destined for these young ladies to choose the music industry as their purpose and calling. While aiming for success and still at the precipice of their career they continue to reach higher heights as their music continue to evolve. As independent artists these sisters have even graced some of the biggest stages alongside mainstream performers such as 95 South, Ying Yang Twins, Dru Hill, Lloyd, Jagged Edge and K Michelle, As their musical journey continues to unfold the best is yet to come.
Breezy BRG, real name Briana Gallon, is an extremely talented and acclaimed artist with critics and fans alike. Calling Orlando, Florida home, the hip hop artist career of Breezy BRG started in 2014, when she was hit the studio for the first time as a 12 year old. Over the next couple of years, she would record hits like “Flaming”, “Sicko”, “Successful”, “Bree Style”, and “Back and Better.” If you like mind blowing lyrics and a flow that will leave you captivated and grooving, Breezy BRG is up next. Her cadence is well beyond her teenage years is what critics are saying.
In 2019, Breezy BRG dropped her first official album, “What They Not,” on Black Friday. The album turned heads in the hip hop music industry. She was featured on several popular hip hop blogs, including ANR Factory, Illustrious Music Group, and Dope Cause We Said. Breezy BRG’s has sold in 9 different countries. Her latest singles, “I Win, You Lose,” “Facade,” and “Packs on Me,” were all released a the end of 2019, and into 2020. Breezy is due to release her Sophomore album in the Spring of 2020. Be on the look out and make sure to purchase album. It will definitely be her best work yet. She will get the key to the music industry for this one.
Breezy BRG, like she titled her debut album, is definitely “What They Not.” Breezy BRG will releaese sophomore album in the Spring/Summer of 2020. “I Did It” will be a feature song on the album.
What’s up world it’s ya boy Lucho! I’m from Nashville, Tn and currently releasing music in the Midwest. I came from a wild and rough place as you’ll tell in my later music. Music has been a passion since birth and I’ve always had music in my life. I grew up in a somewhat musically inclined family, but learned how to harness the real vibe of being in the streets and gutter to give my music something to relate to. My movement is FTF means Fu** The Fame and was created for my brothers who passed before they got to sign their record deal so I say fu** the fame because fame is what took my brothers from me. I developed my talent through taking from my favorite artist and mixing theirs styles as well as mine to create a masterpiece every time I release a track. Major influencers are artist like 2pac, BIG, Starlito, Don Trip and Young Dolph just to name a few. Currently I’m working on the,”In Traffic Mixtape”, which drops in June 2021 and the new single,”Eviction Notice”, will be released on Spotify and Apple Music Jan. 30th.
My name is Ryan D. Neely and I am a former rapper turned beatmaker and music producer from Louisville, KY. The reason why I mention both being a beat maker and a music producer is because the two titles are not the same thing. Not everyone who can make beats can produce music and not everyone who can produce music can make beats. Beat making is something a person can pick up pretty quickly if they understand sequencing or get ahold of a nifty beat creation app. However, music production takes time, study, and craftiness to get the sounds right. By God's grace, I am able to do both as I started out buying equipment as a teenager and became a one-stop shop.
What Genres I Like
I mostly enjoy producing pop and hip hop beats. As a 1980s born 1990s teen generation African American male, I was very much into New Edition and Michael Jackson. As rap music took its prominence, I eventually became fascinated with hip hop culture, but my first love is still pop. Honestly, I think a lot of African Americans do not realize just how much they have a craving for pop music, until you bring up Michael or Janet Jackson.
My Favorite Sounds
I really like the drum sounds of the 808, 909, and 606 drum machines. They are my main go to. This comes from the hip hop culture influences which I was introduced to by Ken Eversely, better known as DJ K-Razor. Our fathers were Soldiers together in the US Army and stationed in Nuremberg, Germany. I would go to K-Razor's house and watch BeatStreet with him and his brother and later try to copy the breaking moves.
Stint As a DJ
When I became a teenager, I put my younger sister (Erin Neely) on to the BeatStreet film and we watched it repeatedly. While watching the movie one day in those years, I took notice of the creativity displayed by the character known as DJ Double K as he used whatever sounds he could sample in his mixes. My interest in him led me into a 10 year stint as a DJ as well.
Music Producer Beginnings
I was 17 when I started producing. I purchased a six-track sequencer Radio Shack keyboard with my second paycheck from a fast food job. I already had a knack for stringing together Melodies as I received a keyboard for Christmas when I was 6 years old. It was one of the first Casio half-size keyboards that came out back in 1987 if I am not mistaken. Therefore, when I got my hands on the full-size keyboard from Radio Shack, I immediately was on another level with the new possibilities.
A year later I got a Zoom sampler for Christmas. As hip hop culture had become very prominent in the late 90s, I quickly learned how to sample cama remix, and make drum patterns with it. I even became familiar with bending pitches which would soon become extremely popular by a producer from Texas by the name of DJ Screw. Eventually, having to sequence up drum loops was a tedious thing even though it was fun. Therefore, the final piece to my setup was an Alesis SR16 drum machine. From there I began building a studio in my parents basement.
In less than a year I released my first independent rap album called "Wakem' Up." The best salesman for the album was actually my mom. She would take the cassette tapes to work and sell them to her teacher friends. Four years later in 2004 I released a Christian rap album called "Look Into My Heart." That was the album that open up the door for me to do shows. Throughout the creation of both albums, the process that I liked the most was the beat making process. Therefore, after years of contemplating whether I should rap or not, I released most of my unreleased songs at the end of 2020 on my final rap album called "Rapper Turned Producer." Three weeks later I released my first full album of beats and self-titled it "Ryan D Neely."
My goal in producing music is to build relationships that turn into friendships while having fun. I could honestly care less about being famous as sometimes fame may open the door to loneliness. But, if my notoriety increases because of the people I have touched, then I am good with that. With that in mind, I would be lying if I did not say that I would like to have a following of some type or a number of fans who appreciate my music. It feels good to know when people are listening to your tracks and even better when they are listening consistently.
Things I Want Others to Know
I want the readers of this post to know that I do this (making beats) as a hobby. Even if the money were to never come in, I would not lose my appreciation for creating beats. It is truly quality over quantity for me and pleasure before business. By keeping a mindset like this, I have a better chance at being happy while serving others. It also helps me to ensure that I am putting out solid caliber compositions. Even if I lose money on an offer, I do not have a problem with making somebody wait for a beat if the beat does not sound right.
The biggest thing I would like any dreamer, visionary, or hopeful person to know is that they are going to need others in order to be successful. I know a lot of musicians like to call themselves self-made but that is very far from the truth. Somebody else had to be on the other side of the studio booth, behind the instruments, in front of the computer, on the radio giving them publicity, building their website, showing them love on social media, writing about them on blogs and magazines, and more. If I had to go deeper, somebody had to build all of the equipment to make the things I mentioned possible.
We all need each other in this industry and overall in this life. I have seen over people in the business eventually have to make truce with people they were in disagreements with in order to continue their progression. I am not saying that we are not entitled to our feelings, but we have to learn to forgive each other in order to thrive. I totally believe that if Tupac Shakur I and Biggie Smalls were alive today they would not be beefing in these times.
I hope to be an inspiration to all of the people that come across my work and maybe one day make a beat or produce for somebody on a larger scale. Finally, to whoever is reading this, do not give up on your vision. It took me over 20 years before I ever had something sold, moved, or has something streamed over 1,000 times.
Jae Skeese is a hip-hop artist from Buffalo, NY, born on May 13th, 1989. His solo debut mixtape, “W.A.C.K. (Women, Alcohol, Cash, and Kicks)” debuted in September 2009, followed by other works such as “Negative Nothing”, “The Light Grey Tape”, “I.S.O.S. (In Search of Symmetry)”, and “Frank Reich”. He has shared the stage with multiple nationally recognized artists including Schoolboy Q, Ab-Soul, Cory Gunz, Westside Gunn, Conway, and Wale. Following a two-year hiatus, his latest project, “Subjective Humility” released on January 23rd, 2019 and was produced entirely by producer Mitch Arizona. Jae Skeese is an independent artist, but aspires to sign with a label that believes in his vision of creating music to inspire and uplift people who come from the same background as himself. Jae Skeese is also the creator of Brown Not Black - Live Your Creed, a hand-painted fashion brand created to empower people by wearing art.
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Grizzly Beatz is an American Hip Hop Producer from Los Angeles, CA. He has produced for Curren$y, Dizzy Wright, Hopsin, Gatorade, Chief Kamachi, Nike, Activision and more.
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