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New Music: : Marquiese McClendon – Baby

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Marquiese brings a new sound of himself by using urban, r&b, and pop. Marquiese (age 28) has been writing his own music since age 12. Raised on melodies and word play, he created his versatile style. Marquiese is a rapper, singer, songwriter, producer and engineer from Indiana.

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Detroit hip hop artists shine on “Heart 2 Heart” relationship Talkshow

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It’s dope when you see our Detroit artist on other platforms that allow us to get to know them and their personalities. Heart 2 Heart Relationship Talk Show is a live interactive talk show that provides the audience/viewers a platform to ask and discuss questions that are normally considered taboo in today’s society; as well as special themed topics. Hip hop artist like Sada Baby, Neisha Neshae, and T Villa have served on the panel for some exciting episodes in the past. Found on https://pharcydetv.com/new-heart-to-heart/ https://pharcydetv.com/ check the show out and others dealing with the culture.

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“Uncle Shooter” New Project from Shooter McShootem

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Can somebody please tell me where the hell is “Shooterville”?

   I mean plenty cities step up to the claim of being murder capitol but Shooterville? If you got an idea where this is, what state help a brother out please.
   Allow me to introduce you to Shooter Mcshootem, Shootervilles finest and his new project “Uncle Shooter”
   Now I’m going to assume due to the flow, beat selection and content that this artist is from the west side. West coast to be clear but hey I’ve been wrong in the past so it is what it is. But i think this description will help give the listener a idea of what’s in store.
   I’m not sure if the young folks can vibe with this because it’s not the rhythmic sing songs music that’s running the industry today. That said if your a fan of some hard hitting classic samples with a easy to digest flow that you can relate to the content this is the perfect joint to turn on and listen from back to front.
   One of the things I get nervous about is when artist use samples, 8 times out of 10 the production placed around the sample just doesn’t cut it, doesn’t knock my speakers. (yea I still bang shit thru my technics pre Amp and huge house speakers) Let me tell you the tracks hit hard, sound complete and feels good.
  The delivery of the lyrics feels like im just chillin with “Cuh” in a personal setting. Perfect riding music and if your not careful you can find yourself catching a ticket on the e-way.
 Shooter asked me, “what’s your favorite joint cuh”?  It was hard to answer cause it changes based off what I’m doing. When I hop in the whip on the way to do something productive I start Uncle Shooter with “Big Dummy” The production was executed perfectly. The bars were entertaining and straight facts.
From there i usually move to Wanna be Saved. Make sure you peep the intro. I get a good laugh every time, you would be lying if you said you didn’t know anyone like that. From there I take it to the top and let it ride. Need something to bump at the summer gathering, something to show off your knocking car system this will be your go to.
 I was in the barber shop down in Atlanta where all that was being played was lil baby, Gucci, ect. I was giving my barber a sneak peek of the project and the owner said “yo shat shit sound good” Bluetooth on to the big speaker. Shop was loving it. It was time for me to go and he said shoot me that link fam. Hated to tell him he had to wait for the release in 2 weeks cause “I aint trying to have Shooter Mcshootem looking for me cuh, ya feel me”

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80 Empire Anthems & Icons (New Album)

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Just got a email with the new Anthems & Icons from the 80 Empire. I thought to myself, ok i know the crew is from across the bridge over in Canada. Go ahead and follow the link and got beat over the Head with the opening record from KRS ONE “WE RUN SHIT” feat DJ Eclipse on the cuts! Ok im sold as i look at the credits and notice a couple Michigan Goats on the project Swifty Mcvay and Jon Connor. So im like bet lets run this project.

Then the second song comes on with a hypnotizing track and the voice of MC Eiht with some guest work from Kurupt and we are sold already. To find your favorite Detroit artist on the project make sure you tap in with the joint “BRAVO” feat DJ Spice and NEMS along with Swifty. Stand For Something feat Jon Connor needs to be the title track for a future oscar nominated film. This song is produced and written to inspire emotion and thought. Check out the entire project at a streaming service near you!

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