This new Southside Movement is looking to refresh the Music industry with new Southern Hip hop, Rap, Reggae and RnB. Coming straight from the underground, this compilation of artists have held it down for not only their respective cities, but also for their States. So we provide a platform that they otherwise would have to sacrifice everything for.
Producer of "I Want Your Love", winner of First place in the New York Regional mixed National Musical Trade Association, Dale Hicks of Effex Music joined Mr. E with Big Wood and hipped us to the plays they have been making these past 35 years. Giving us the key to success, which is of course patience, they exhibit knowledge of the different progressions of the industry and still continue to create amazing music that reaches to the root of rhythm and the cause of blues. The excitement of HipHop has been captured in the beats that comes out of the Effex Music Camp.
With Big Wood, the first cousin, working hard as publicist, was not afraid to challeng the hip hop moguls in finding a way to stop the violence, in wake of the senseless murder of Nipsey Hussle. Commenting on the necessity of artists to finally take responsibility for the actions of the paper that they write their lyrics on.
So Tune in below as we bring the essence of Effex Music to LIFE.
B.O.S.S. Radio is proud to announce our next up and coming interview will be with the very talented Buck of Lofton & Lofton Records this Thursday at 7pm CT/8 PM ET.
Mr. E Da Gutta Baby will chop it up with this sensational RnB/Blues and Soul artist about his hometown, inspirations, love, traveling and more (May even throw some Trump in there LOL). So tune in and discover real RnB all over again.
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SweetHeart shows some skin in Just Desserts Official Video
SweetHeart came with it in her new video promoting her newly released album "Bit." Must admit that I'm loving the Innuendo embedded in the video as she teases the audience with her just desserts, as the vocals makes you visualize more than what is shown.
Sweetheart is Executive Producer of 5 released albums: Namesake (06/28/2011), Score (04/13/2013) (billed as a ‘concept’ album), Jam (09/13/2015), Form (08/23/2016), & Bit (01/29/2019). Her debut record was an original single titled “Represent” (03/16/2011). Sweetheart released 9 mixtapes including (dates are approx.): Aim High, Don’t Look Down (03/20/2012); The RIP Monster (04/14/2012); Bale Money (April 24, 2013); Heart Note (12/20/2014), & Spread (03/28/2018). Sweetheart recorded multiple covers of note including: “Don’t Rain on My Parade” (Funny Girl), & “Defying Gravity” (Wicked) --- licensed to Sweetheart by Greydog for legal distribution. Sweetheart released cover album for Youtube: Mom’s Christmas Album. Sweetheart directs & creates music videos, & writes all her original lyrics. Sweetheart owns 100% of her brand: Heartz.
Check out her video here which has collected over 3,000 views in one week of it's release on Feb 14th, 2019:
Sweetheart --- "Just Desserts" Official Music Video - YouTube
At First, when I heard some rapper named Jase Harley called my boy Donald "Childish Gambino" Glover a house slave, I thought and who is this cat think he is DJango. But, after doing a little more research on him, I only have one question: HOW DID WE LET CHILDISH GAMBINO STEAL THIS MAN SONG?
Jase Harley - American Pharaoh - YouTube
The resemblance of the songs screams more than simple biting or inspiration. This Is America Is Straight Hijacked.
Childish Gambino - This Is America (Official Music Video) - YouTube
Now, we all know that artists are inspired by other artists, even to the point where back in the nineties, successful artists would not take a demo tape on fear of being accused of stealing songs. But, I haven't seen one article where Danny Glover is admitting he at least borrowed the New York rappers most Viral song American Pharaoh, to create This Is America. Which means the song is stolen.
One thing that Childish Gambino did do for the song is have an excellent choreographed video that encapsulated the entire Black essence in America. But, even that is tarnished by the mere fact that Jase was not even consulted for any type of production of the song nor video.
Just to elaborate, I've never spoken to @donaldglover, his team or any other producers..EVER. I made my song "American Pharaoh" entirely by myself. I've been a classically trained pianist… https://t.co/8JsMrADK2e
Which makes things worse, for it leaves a precedent for this to happen again. Next time, it can be your song. and you will have to live with the fact that you will never be recognized for your work. Jase has been quietly supporting Glover's success with the song but was not happy at the fact Donald did not show up to the Grammy's to put more context behind the song.
"I feel extremely humbled to be recognized and labeled as one or the original inspirations for one of the most important pieces of music and visual art of our time.
I appreciate all the love and support! But PLEASE DON’T let this controversy dilute the message me and @childishgambino are trying to convey. We are speaking about injustices we’ve encountered and he’s helped to provide a platform for all our voices to be heard. Let’s not discredit him for that! The focus should be on affecting change in our communities and building equality. This is bigger than me and him and bigger than music. Let’s not lose focus."
Meanwhile, Fam Rothstein of Donald Glover’s management team Wolf + Rothstein denied the speculation in a since-deleted tweet, stating that “This Is America” is three years old.
Seeing how it's deleted I guess someone Fact Checked him Huh.
Well, "Black" Instagram is letting him have it. Comment after comment, people shooting slugs at the Boston rapper, asking Pusha T how can he be seen with "THIS RACIST PIECE OF GARBAGE." You can check the Instagram thread HERE
Three of the biggest names in hiphop have turned down Grammy show producer Ken Ehrlich invites to perform at this years Grammy's. With their respective reps not answering any questions yet about there appearances at the grammy's, it leaves one to wonder if this is a social stand for something.
Ariana Grande also declined to perform when when producers asked her to not perform her newest single "7 Rings." She came after the producer, Stating that he was lying about her in an interview Ken had, where he stated the artist "felt it was to late to pull something together." Stating on Social Media, "I've kept my mouth shut but now you're lying on me."
In his interview, Ehrlich victimizes the Hip hop community. "The fact of the matter is, we continue to have a problem in the hip hop world," he told the Times. "When they don't take home the big prize, the regard of the academy, and what the Grammy's represent, continues to be less meaningful to the hip hop community which is sad."
One thing I must say is that it doesn't get less meaningful to the hip hop community. If anything, it brings to light the meaning of the Grammy's, in the same way we know the Police were not created here to protect Blacks. Maybe, we are seeing that the Grammy's added the rap categories in the same light that they built the slave quarters, to keep those of us pacified while you all divide up the true fortune of worldwide acceptance. Well, one thing you must now accept is that the hip hop has now become the #1 genre listened worldwide. The first time since it's creation. So, you will be getting more votes for Rap categories, if the Grammy's live that long.
Klymaxx is back with the Original Guitarists Cheryl Cooley. For all you that are to young to know and those of you that were to stuck in the house and never heard of the 1984 platinum album Meeting in the Ladies Room,
Klymaxx - Meeting In The Ladies Room - YouTube
Klymaxx was one of the first All Female Band. Playing live instruments, each of these ladies had a talent to be reckoned with. Formed in 1979 by producer/drummer Bernadette Cooper, guitarist Cheryl Cooley and keyboard player Lynn Malsby. The original lead vocalists were Lorena Porter Shelby and Joyce "Fenderella" Irby, who later left for a solo career. In 1990, the group became a trio, with Shelby, guitarist Cheryl Cooley, and keyboardist Robbin Grider. "I Miss You" was a major hit for the band in 1985.
Now, Back with a whole new crew for the millennials, they are bringing the funky Pop style back and mixing it with new age recording, has made this a must have looking at the current state of the music industry.
Cheryl chops it up with Mr. E reminiscing, talking music industry practices (a must hear for up and coming artists), juggling her church life with her secular life and being an overall good person who people want to see make it. So tune in below and catch up, if you arent meeting her for the first time, With Klymaxx's original Guitarist Cheryl Cooley
Short Bio: Sweetheart was born to Michael & Susan Barros on October 29, 1995. Rapper & hiphop artist, Sweetheart packed houses & sold out performances in American theatre for over 14 years. At 16, Sweetheart debuted in National Film Rekon 7 Down with Dirk Benedict. She performed with SCAD Performance Ensemble, directed by Kevin Wallace. Andrew Lloyd Webber & Kevin Wallace produced with the RUG “No Matter What” which sold over 1 million copies. With Kevin Wallace, she recorded “Whistle Down the Wind” by Andrew Lloyd Webber, & an original Kevin Wallace composition of “Closer to Heaven,” (Jonathan Harvey & Pet Shop Boys). She danced for Vincent Brosseau who studied with Paul Taylor’s Dance School, Jose Limon, & Anna Sokolow. Sweetheart performed in two conservatories: Lucky Stiff (Dominique DuMonaco) by Steve Flaherty & Lynn Ahrens; & The Secret Garden (Rose). As Performer, Dance Captain, Theatre Technician, Costume Intern & Director, Sweetheart can & would still be as mesmerizing as the young star who performed the character Gertrude McFuzz when she was just 14. Sweetheart as Gertrude can be remembered by the way her very large belt over-powered the uncomfortable feeling that she felt. Sweetheart received 7 Summer Theatre School Awards. Accrediting her at the Grandstreet Theatre that & 8 years with the GST Summer Theater School in which she Performed, Assisted, Stage Managed, & when old enough to study “Directing Scenes” with Erin Ortman of NYU Tisch, Sweetheart was also Directing Alice in Wonderland while Assistant Teaching the camp. She trained with Craig Anton, (known for his role as Ricky Ullman’s Dad in Disney’s Phil of the Future,) studying Meisner’s approach & Stanislavski’s. Sweetheart has been awarded many Vocal Scholarships for vocal coaching. Directed by “Dr. Mike,” Sweetheart recorded alongside award-winning Ambiance tour choir (MENC Northwest Division Convention pick, & MENC National Convention pick, plus 3 ACDA Northwest Division Convention invitations); releasing 3 mixtapes from this group. Sweetheart joined the Blowing Rock Stage Company Acting Interns, performing the role of Kim MacAfee in Bye Bye Birdie which received red line profits & was the “Best Selling Production in the History of the Blowing Rock Stage Company”. A performing member of the Broadway Artist Alliance in New York City, Sweetheart studied with famous stars of Broadway today, including: Seth Rudetsky, former Radio Host on Serius Satellite Radio, also known for his “Deconstructs” Vlogs; & Kyle Dean Massey of 2010 Pulitzer Prize for Drama Award-Winning musical Next to Normal. Sweetheart is All-State Music Champion, achieving the highest score in the 7 categories of adjudication for her Count’s page, Cherubino, performance of a solo aria for a Castrati, “Voi Che Sapete” from the Marriage of Figaro by Johannes Mozart. Sweetheart began her career as a professional singer when she was in third grade performing with tour group The Helena Youth Choir. Sweetheart is Montana’s Junior Miss 2008; the program is now titled Distinguished Young Women, a scholarship program for girls in high school that encourages through leadership & the platform “Be Your Best Self”. Sweetheart is Executive Producer of 5 released albums: Namesake (06/28/2011), Score (04/13/2013) (billed as a ‘concept’ album), Jam (09/13/2015), Form (08/23/2016), & Bit (01/29/2019). Her debut record was an original single titled “Represent” (03/16/2011). Sweetheart released 9 mixtapes including (dates are approx.): Aim High, Don’t Look Down (03/20/2012); The RIP Monster (04/14/2012); Bale Money (April 24, 2013); Heart Note (12/20/2014), & Spread (03/28/2018). Sweetheart recorded multiple covers of note including: “Don’t Rain on My Parade” (Funny Girl), & “Defying Gravity” (Wicked) --- licensed to Sweetheart by Greydog for legal distribution. Sweetheart released cover album for Youtube: Mom’s Christmas Album. Sweetheart directs & creates music videos, & writes all her original lyrics. Sweetheart owns 100% of her brand: Heartz. She starred in 2 vlog Youtube series. She has modeled commercially. She licensed a song to Billy Stull (Universal EMI) in 2011. She was managed for a time by Dominic Gutierrez of Avermara Music who did some stuff for Lil Wayne. With Dom, she was commissioned to write 2 songs for Carly Rae Jepsen. Sweetheart will sign contracts on 3 songs in 2019 for Billy Stull's Four Carrot Publishing Label, to be used by major artists like Cardi B & Snoop Dogg. Sweetheart is published illustrator on Captain Derek’s Dolphin Magic Boat, “a story Jana has lived firsthand as the firstmate..." available in Amazon or Barnes & Noble. She's award winning poet for the Stars in Our Hearts competition sponsored by Stephen Colbert. Sweetheart is twice awarded by the National Endowment for the Arts as a poet orator.
I am a big advocate of great music. But I also defend our children with a fierceness of a lion. It seems music has affected the morals of the black community (or is it just the fame). Now, we believe that our entertainment celebs of this generation must be protected at all cost, EVEN IF THEY ARE HORRIFICALLY WRONG.
R. Kelly was not only accused of sexual misconduct with a minor, but he also filmed his self committing this atrocious act on camera, FOR THE WHOLE WORLD TO SEE. But, as we know Blacks can be fickle and swayed in any direction that needs to be taken at the time, let him go. And, still fight for him today.
Join Mr. E Da Gutta Baby and Ebonny Starr as they cover his whole career starting with his claim of being the Pied Piper, after the story of the man who led children out of a village with a flute to teach the parents a lesson. To him marrying a 15 yr old Aaliyah (May her soul rest in Peace); to him urinating on a minor on camera, to Surviving R. Kelly. Tune In Below
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CIty Girls teamed up with Cardi B to find the hottest Twerker in the world... and they've found her. Then, by turning their competition into a music video, they are poised to break the internet with almost 5 million views in 18 hrs of its debut release. You need to check this out now....
City Girls - Twerk ft. Cardi B (Official Music Video) - YouTube