Jackboy Marley Drops Pt. 2 Of The Jackal Series “Jackal Pt.2: The Ouroboros Effect”

Inspired by Bob Marley’s message of love and peace, Jackboy Marley is within the new wave of talented upcoming artists. Born in Fort Worth, Texas, Jackboy Marley hopes to be a legendary, trendsetting artist who makes music that “feeds the soul and liberates the mind.” The area he grew up in has garnered the nickname “Murda Worth” and wants to use his music to talk about things going on in the streets, social and political issues, and spirituality. When asked about his musical influences he said, “I have a wide variety of musical influences, and I like to creatively incorporate them into my music. I never want to be boxed in as a traditional rap artist when there is so much I want to explore.” 

Jackboy Marley started taking music seriously when he was in his early 20’s. “I started doing music when I was 20 and took it seriously at 22 as a member of a group named ‘New Era Jackboys’. I went solo at 26 and have been going since…further exploring, honing and developing my craft.” He has a daughter, and he wants her to know that “in this world of infinite probabilities, nothing is impossible.” 

Jackboy Marley believes that music is an outlet in order for one to express themselves. His song “What” off of his first ‘Jackal’ EP got recognition from rap icon, Busta Rhymes. His second EP ‘Jackal Pt. 2: The Ouroboro Effect’ will be released on April 29th, 2022. It will feature his newest singles, “Let Us Prey” and “How I’m Movin”. 

Shorty Corleone Releases New Video “Heartbreaker” Featuring Karlie Redd

Charles Garris, also known as Shorty Corleone is a hardworking, persistent artist. He was even ranked by the Washington, D.C. Go-Go band as the top punk vocalist and helps produce many of his bands’ songs including “Body Snatchers” which hit # 50 on Billboard Magazine’s Top 100 Chart. 

About Shorty Corleone:

Shorty Corleone was born and raised in Washington, D.C. He started his professional singing career at the age of just 14 by signing a recording contract with Warner Brothers Records. Shorty is a multi-talented artist. He has additionally earned fame as a songwriter, film and television producer, radio personality, as well as a composer.

Shorty Corleone is a talent who has made his mark in the entertainment industry due to his philanthropic work and dedication to improving the lives of disadvantaged people.

Music Career:

Since the beginning of his artistry – Shorty has released five solo albums and twenty-live album recordings with his Go-Go band, Rare Essence. Two of the singles that he released during his time with the band, “Body Snatchers” and “Overnight Scenario,”. Both singles earned him two Billboard hits. To this day they both remain popular tracks in the world of Go-Go music. Shorty has recorded over 300 singles with various recording artists, and released 15 music videos as well.

Shorty has also served as the music director for two big cable network projects “Angrily Ever After” and “Twas the Chaos Before Christmas” for BET Networks.

Filmmaking:

A 15-episode series, Crank, was the first project of Shorty into the film industry. The series is about the evolution of D.C.’s Go-Go music and its impact on the American urban culture. 

Another notable commitment made by Shorty is giving back to the community, forming a mentoring group for children called The Capitol KiddsShorty created a series titled Cooking With Capital Kidds, which documents their music, culinary, and fashion ventures that they manage under the watchful eye of their mentor.

Latest Music:

His latest music single accompanied with a visual is Heartbreaker which features VH1’s  Love & Hip Hop star Karlie Redd. The music video and single is available now on all music and streaming platforms. The combination of amazing lyrics and the expressions of Karlie Redd makes it both worth watching and listening to! 

Check out “Heartbreaker” here, follow Shorty Corleone on Instagram @realshortycorleone

and visit his website for more info https://www.shortycorleone.com/

“Heartbreaker” On Spotify:

“Heartbreaker” Music Video:

Dr.TrevThomas Single Is Shaking Up The Industry

“Road To Riches,” Dr.TrevThomas latest single, is gaining major attention. His career skyrocketed as a result of transition his career into music as he has already worked with some of the biggest names in the industry! Throughout the world, admirers of his music have taken notice.

A lifelong music fan, he was raised in a house-music-centric neighborhood. Over the years he has worked in the music industry, he has witnessed the flow of music change and evolve. In other words, music has a profound effect on him because he has a deep understanding of how it works. The best way to express this is through his music.

Only a few weeks ago, “Road To Riches” was released. The song surprised everyone and defied all expectations. Listening to it will give you a new lease on life. Restarting a project can have an enormous impact. 

Follow Dr.TrevThomas on Instagram: @dr.trevthomas

You may listen to Dr.TrevThomas new track here: 

M3LO Capone Speaks of Trials in New Track, ”Vindictive” 

For Chicago- based artist M3LO Capone, coming out the trenches of south Englewood has been story of his life. Growing up wasn’t easy for him – he’s experienced losing close friends to being a victim of police brutality. This year, Capone translates his pain and struggles in his latest mixtape, “All Gas, No Breaks”, a collection of tracks that share his story to those who can relate to living through tough, life- changing situations that have been brought upon them. 

The Chicago native shares with us that going through tough situations for years as a young boy, he’s been able to find a way to translate his thoughts and motions to hardcore street tracks that are relatable to those who know what he’s talking about. His ultimate goal is to get others to relate to his story and be motivated to get out of the trenches and make a name for themselves. Capone tells us, “ I plan to connect with people everywhere and have longevity when it comes to this game, having a career that pays well and will open the doors for other lanes in life.”

In his latest track, “Vindictive” along with intense visuals, M3LO Capone expresses how it’s now his turn to get back what was taken from him and he’s pretty bold about it, too.

M3LO Capone: The Next Young Star Prodigy 

M3LO Capone has gone through many obstacles in his life but continues to learn from that pain and make a better life for his family and himself. Coming from the southside of Englewood area, he grew up on the southside of Chicago, beginning to make music at the age of 14 as a therapeutic way to speak his mind as well as to express how he feels inside before her became serious when he realized that his ability to make music could stem a career from it. 

The young artist got his name from the famous movie Scarface where Al Capone started off his journey with little to nothing resources but was still able to make it to the top by just using his connections and determination to be able to better his life. Because of this, M3LO Capone looked up to this mindset in order to achieve what he wanted in life. It was a motivation for him to never give up, work hard and meet the right people to help him win even though the odds looks like they are against you.

M3LO wishes to have an international impact with his wave and sound, planning to connect with people everywhere and have longevity when it comes to this game, he stated. Having a career that pays well and will open the doors for other lanes in life he states additionally. M3LO Capone wishes to impact the lives of people who need to free their mind and enjoy themselves; “. I want people who can’t go to areas that I’m from to understand what it is like to live there and the situations I’ve been through being in that environment. I also want the people who live in these conditions to relate and see that they can make it with persistence, perseverance, and dedication.”

Keep an eye out for M3LO Capone’s mixtape set to be released in the future titled, ‘All Gas No Breaks’. You can stream M3LO Capone’s songs on streaming platforms and follow him on social media to keep up to date with the young but very talented artist.

Instagram: M3locapone

Facebook: M3LO Capone

YouTube: ABS M3LO Capone 

TikTok: M3locapone

SnapChat: M3loBlessed

OriJinal Shotta Is Putting On For Omaha, Nebraska

New artist OriJinal Shotta is ready to showcase his hometown of Omaha, Nebraska in the name of hip-hop. Being born and raised in Omaha, Shotta knows firsthand the struggle of trying to branch out of his city. He affectionately refers to his city as “Atantis”, because of how often his hometown goes unnoticed, leading others to believe that the talent there doesn’t actually exist. Before his music journey began, Shotta was already a natural born hustler, having bred French Bulldogs as a career. Though he still commits to this career, he was also approached for an opportunity to make money and build a career using his artistic talents. Realizing this was a perfect opportunity not only to generate another stream of income, but to give his hometown a chance to showcase its undiscovered and overlooked talents and abilities, Shotta jumped at the offer and began to dive deeper into creating music.

Shotta has dubbed himself as the Trap Coach, using the power of music to inspire and teach his audience to go hard for their dreams and goals. It is important to him that his audience understands what it means to make it out of the mud and into the spaces they know they deserve to be in. OriJinal Shotta has recently released a 3-track EP by the title “I Got Plays.” The EP serves as a set of instructions which Shotta uses as his “hustle blueprint.” His message is clear: if generating money is the goal, there is always a way to get to it. Shotta explains to his audience that utilizing their talents and skills can be a useful tool into making money, but one needs to develop discipline, commitment, and consistency as a proper mindset into getting the work done. His plan is to use his music to teach not only those in his hometown, but to anyone who chooses to listen to his music, the art of hustling and how to go about making a name for themselves, essentially coaching them through the process. Shotta’s hope is that he can inspire his audience to change their lifestyles to become better and stronger people.

 With promoting his new EP, Shotta dons the responsibility of being the voice of his hometown. He wants to represent the overlooked talent his hometown possesses, so that more of his peers will be able to make their way out and into new spaces, ultimately putting Omaha, Nebraska on the map. Shotta expresses that even though he wants to show off his hometown, he still plans on keeping a low profile the way he is accustomed to, which is also something he enjoys and appreciates. He wants to take the hustlers route in focusing on the goal of generating income to live a better life. No matter what career path he decides to venture into, he will always remain a hustler at heart, doing everything he can to advance to the next level. OriJinal Shotta’s EP, “I Got Plays”, was released on December 31st, 2021. The EP has 8 accompanying videos so far, all of which are available to experience on Youtube. The EP is available for streaming on all platforms now.

Keep up with OriJinal Shotta on social media @orijinal_shotta 

Meet Bronx-Native HipHop Artist HULKSICKO!

When life starts to get difficult, sometimes the light reveals a path toward a better outcome. HULKSICKO! was well on his way to playing Division 1 basketball but a major hip injury and a tough surgery forced him to reconsider. He slowly transitioned from an athlete to an artist. At first, the Bronx native used music as a means of coping.  “When I was young and angry, I would listen to music to help get me out of certain moods. It didn’t always work and sometimes the lyrics in the songs made it worse but that’s how I knew music was impactful.” His official career in music didn’t become clear until he received a DM (Direct Message) on Instagram from someone in Germany saying they cried to his song on the night of their mother’s funeral. He realized that if he could provide an emotional experience from a random overseas fan, there’s no telling where his music could take him. 

HULKSICKO! recorded his first song in the summer of 2017. He recalls watching videos on how to use auto-tune for an hour and by the end of the night he had created a very rudimentary track. He chuckles stating, “It was trash.”  The independent artist stayed the course and persisted to create for 3 more years before finally feeling like he found his sound.“Most of my music is melodic and uptempo, which I think is dictated by the beats I choose. In terms of lyrics they can go right or left depending on how I’m feeling, and where I’m at. I like to tell people about parts of my life even if they can’t relate to it, because the real fans are going to relate. Those are the types of fans I want around my music.”

One thing that sets HULKSICKO! apart is his keen interest in international collaboration, particularly in China. He’s nearly fluent in Chinese, having already spent a month there, traveling to at least 10 cities to study the culture/language and enhance his musical reach. He mentions, “ I feel like the fact that I speak Chinese influences some of the harmonies that I think of while making music.” Once the Pandemic restrictions become less burdensome, HULKSICKO! hopes to return to China to continue expanding his brand. 

HULKSICKO!’s music conjures deep and enduring emotions in his listeners’ minds. When asked what inspires his musical sound, HULKSICKO! references his mother, brothers and his hometown along with all the experiences he’s been through there. His mother immigrated to America from Liberia. Like the plight of any first generation child, HULKSICKO! was determined to take care of her mother and reciprocate her love and give them a brighter future. His brothers have also encouraged him to continue reaching new heights in his career.

Currently, HULKSICKO! lives in Los Angeles, where he claims to be a better fit for him than New York. “There’s a lot of temptation and distraction in New York.” The move was critical in allowing HULKSICKO! to advance his career. He’s been working on a lot of video content and adjusting to my life on a different coast. “Before I put out any major project I want to have that one record that everybody knows. Although, I do have a lot of unreleased music that I could push out a project with. I just want my first established project to be one of those albums with no skips. I’ve been through a lot in the past couple years so I have a lot to talk about. I don’t want anything to go over nobody’s head.”

You can check out HULKSICKO!’s music on Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube and all the major platforms!

June Poole Has A Music Video On The Way!

Independent artist June Poole is hyped to announce the music video for his latest single ‘Red Flags’ is on the way! Originally from Hayward, California he now lives in Los Angeles to be closer to more opportunities and networking/connections. He also is taking dance lessons, vocal lessons and perfecting his stage performance while in LA. Although he’s new to the game, he’s already managed to land an opening act for the Migos and worked with Clayton William from Empire records as well as growing a decent following in that short time. However, he stated ‘this is just the tip of the iceberg for me and my career.’

During an interview, he mentioned that his biggest motivators and support system are his parents and sisters. It encourages him to work hard everyday and make it happen for them. We then asked him what got him into music in the first place, he said that ‘music has always been an essential part of my life – a way to escape certain things.’ Which is why he wants to make an everlasting impact with his music for his audience and fans. 

June has been playing around with music for a few years but it wasn’t until the pandemic hit back in March 2020, when he decided that life is short, so why not spend it doing and going after something you love. Ever since that day he’s been working on his craft full time between all of the classes he takes and making over 20 songs in the last year, it’s safe to say that 2022 will have a lot of greatness in store for him. 

When asked about his inspiration for his music he mentioned he looks up to Drake, Chris Brown and Partynextdoor. He’s also been compared to Chris Brown before, as well as Jeremiah. He talked about his ability to change his sound by going back and forth from rapping and singing. He’s positive that 2022 will be a great year for him and career now that he’s living in Los Angeles. So be on the lookout for the music video for ‘Red Flags’ and whatever else the new year will bring by following June Poole on his social media platforms. 

Make sure to stay connected with him on all social media @junepooole

Lil Rottie Shows Fans What it Feels Like To Chase A Dream In New Music Video For “Destiny”

Lil Rottie finally gives fans his perception of what it feels like to drop it all and chase after his dream of becoming a global star. 

In the new video for his latest track, Destiny”, Rottie shares a story of what it felt like as he walked into this industry with nothing but a dream and hope, and has now transitioned into a star in his new hometown in Las Vegas. 

In a recent interview with him, Lil Rottie explains how it was just a year ago when he decided he was going to drop it all to pursue his music career. “I was tired of working for another person  and clocking in to a 9-5 to make minimum wage. One day while I was drenching in sweat from walking all day for work, I came to my senses that I couldn’t do it anymore. It was at the moment where I had to realize my worth and prepare for what my next journey would be. November 2020 was the last month I worked. After that, I went and chased my dreams. I’m still not where I want to be but I’m on the way. It took a lot of blood sweat and tears to get where I am today.”

Watch the new video now on!

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