Justin Bieber

Justin Bieber full name is Justin Drew Bieber. He was born on 1st of March in 1994 in London, Ontario. He was raised in Stratford, Ontario. Bieber is a famous canadian singer and songwriter. He was famous from his best ever song "Baby"

Carly Rae Jepsen

Carly Rae Jepsen has been an established artist in Canada for several years — with a third-place finish on Canadian Idol, two gold singles, two albums, and two Juno Award nominations to her name — Jepsen was a virtual unknown in the U.S. when “Call Me Maybe” hit it big.

The Weeknd

Abel Tesfaye is a Toronto-based singer famous by named " The Weeknd " . He recorded his all songs under " The Weeknd " name , his first song leaked in late 2010, though the identity of the individual behind the project was initially unknown. " The Weeknd " released a nine-song mixtape, House of Balloons, on 21 March 2011

Addy C

Adelynn Cuevas, or Addy C as she is known, is an 8 year old Latina from metro Atlanta, Ga. Addy loves to sing, dance , and play piano...

Céline Schmink

Celine Schmink is a french singer and also writer, journalist and Associate songwriter of SACEM. She writes in french and english in a pop folk style. Her musical work is regularly praised by the regional and national press and broadcast in France, Greece, Australia and the USA, where she leads a bilingual performing career.

Saturday, 28 December 2019

Solo Tyree | Christmas Love

"I just wanna reach people heart with a warming Christmas song there’s are times that you wanna each that lovers heart and want that person to be close to you on holiday the joyful and family but it feels emphasizing when you don’t have that special lover by your side on Christmas Day"__Solo Tyree

Friday, 27 December 2019

Interview with Ras Au-t Amam MFA Indegenius

Love Music: Tell us a little bit about yourself. Your background, education, passion etc. ?? 

Greetings. I'm your old man Ras Au-t Amam MFA Indegenius. I'm an executive producer, performing artist and comedian. I'm from Washington DC nation's capital of the USA where I was educated in all private schools and Universities. During this time I recognized my fortune in the chance to have such a good education and I made the decision that it was important for me to make more of an achievement than my parents had before me. 

Now since both my parents had graduated High School and college and were both gainfully employed, I understood the greater impact for me and for slave descended people is to OWN something. So I decided that I would be an entrepreneur and turned my education toward that goal figuring I would perfect my production skills so that I would have the highest quality of product and be able to work independently, directly with my clients.  And I was again fortunate to be able to move for a short time to the Bay area California with my wife and son and pursue my Master's degree.

After completing my Master's degree in new media, I returned to DC and continued to struggle as an artist working to get my graphic, apparel, and media works out to the public as an independent creative professional. But this time it was different. My second son was already 4 years old, my student loans were coming due and my expensive t-shirt printing machine turned out to be a short lived investment.

I was thinking that maybe I should just go work at Walmart and call it all a failure. I needed answers and I desperately wanted to satisfy and provide for my loved ones and have the cars, houses, and fancy things that my employee friends had. So I started into buying internet marketing courses, watching webinars and offers and I continued to struggle for 6 years studying, trying and buying courses and, luckily for me, continuing to make product.

Through much time and effort I finally discovered a secret that allowed me to begin to grow and change and sell my art online! And that secret was that I needed to effectively advertise. But not all advertisements or ad platforms are the same... So I began to develop systems for bringing certain messages to certain markets of people and this has allowed me to better seen, heard, and supported. And now people are experiencing years of work that I already have created.

So it has galvanized in me the directive that I must help my fellow artists and entrepreneurs to free themselves through better business and I make music to motivate my listeners to that purpose.

Love Music: Can you please tell us more about your first single? 

Thank you for asking.  I have a song that I've been talking about a lot called “Break Out”.It's a song about how the colonial system wants you to stay poor.  I'm encouraging you to take life into your own hands and stand up for what you believe in.  If you have the chance to listen to my song by going to my website http://Indegenius.net you'll find that the song is a deep reggae groove but it's a new form of reggae sounding kind of similar to hip hop.  In the song, I tell you that you have all the opportunity in the world and if you need assistance you can call on me to help you get there.  

Love Music: Nice, Any upcoming project? 

This year I'm going to be embarking on some new projects for sure.  I'm continuing to work with the band, The Angelic Relic, we have a regular gig at a bar called Sandovan's here in Washington, DC.  In addition to that I did learn some things over the past few years that I think I'll help out a few of my musicians or entrepreneurs by saying here.

The saying that you are made stronger by making many products or creating many pieces yourself, on your own, is not necessarily true.  What I have found is that it is better to make collaborative works and therefore share market share with your would be competitors.

If you're a musician, hopefully that makes sense.  For my musician friends what I'm simply saying is make a song with somebody collaboratively.  OK?  So that's what I'm planning to get into this year and I am going to be instructing the artists that I work with at my studio, Au-t House, to do the same.

Love Music: Okay, what motivates you to do your best work as Executive producer? 

I have a burning desire for billions of people to see my work and experience it. But as I've spent many years crafting art, I've come to understand that my best opportunity to impact billions is to support the hundreds of entrepreneurs that are bringing their ideas to life.  So at this stage in my journey I'm using my script writing, networking, and technical ability to assist supporters of my DEEPFANEXPERIENCE with their businesses in the expectation that collectively we will reach billions.

Love Music: Great, What has been one of the most exciting achievements of your career so far as a Comedian ? 

Coming to the understanding that “Funny is as Funny does” has been the greatest lesson for my entrepreneurship through my comedy.  What I'm saying is that if you're not funny, that's fine... because nobody knows until you admit it!

Working toward perfection is a good idea but it's better to take even a skeleton of your product to market and start to generate feedback and response from the concept.

That's what my form of comedy is all about; juggling concepts. .By giving a voice to unheard issues I'm allowing you to free your mind and emotions and get your business straight

Love Music: Did you choose this industry, as a career, or as a hobby? 

Interestingly enough I chose this industry but it took me a long time to ACT on my decision.  See where I grew up, the plan to be a professional entertainer was generally taboo. My people are all corporate professionals and the thought of the insecurity of working for oneself and being among “unholy” people to earn a living was generally looked at as a poor choice even if the talent to do so was there.

It was not until after years of personal tribulation did those around me begin to accept that I was only made to create the art that I do.  By this time is was much older and a family man so the decision became even harder to carry out.  But in the end I say to myself and to you my friend, be the truth of who you are and go into business for yourself.  You've only one life to live and being true to yourself fully is the greatest reward. So I make reggae to make people feel good and come to a higher form of themselves.

Love Music: Your favorite music Artist? 

Honestly I'm a lover of music in general but I'm not a follower of people. I'll tend to give any song a chance but the writer will take some time for me to remember. On the other hand I do pay much attention to the activities and movements of other entertainers. Right now I'm particularly enamored of the type of artists who take their art as an introduction to other entrepreneurial opportunities.
I teach the artists that I work with that your music is an attention grabber, an advertisement... It's your job as an artist in the new music industry to figure out how to be beneficial to your listeners in a way that impacts their lives. What I personally do is work closely with my listeners on their entrepreneurship. I'm doing my best through my songs to wake people up to being self-determined and carving out their own destiny by starting a business right now.
I honestly believe that by taking control of your own financial destiny you are taking back your mind and heart to accomplish the things we need to solve in these times.

Love Music: What’s your goal in life you want to achieve next as a performing artist? 

In my next phase of performance I am going to be collaborating with other bands and talents much more. I'm going to continue to write and produce the musical arrangements and hope that musicians that want to connect with me find me on LinkedIn... Ras Au-t Amam.

Love Music: Awesome, Everybody needs time out. What do you do in your free time? 

You know... It's interesting... Since I've been in business for myself, I've come to recognize that there is no such thing as free time!  Either I'm working on my business or thinking and philosophisizing about my business at every waking moment. And it's the most wonderful and freeing feeling!  My life isn't compartmentalized when I can have fun and dream and when I have to do what I do for my boss' orders.  I just dream and grow and dream some more.
I can't recommend entrepreneurship more highly if you have a talent or skill. And if you don't, there's so much information on the internet I bet you can develop one skill quickly. Then you'll be like me. :)
When I go to Jamaica next month to record and go to the beach, I'll be dreaming of my next big move and checking my totals from my Paypal accounts at the same time. Life and business are one and so much fun.

Love Music: How can people find you and follow you online? 

Thanks so much for letting me into your space today. If you want to understand why starting a business for yourself is the right idea, see my special message at-->>  http://indegenius.net

Monday, 23 December 2019

Daniel Windsor Harman aka dantheharman talks about sneeze song, Blu. (prod. flowers in narnia) , in candid interview

Love Music: Tell us a little bit about yourself. Your background, education, music passion etc. ??

I am A collaborator mostly. I was in an orchestra where I had won a trophy for second place to busch gardens. I won trophies in karate. I snowboarded, skateboarded, and then went to join the army. I came down with a mental disability in the army and had discharged however I am recovering. slowly but surely. just a few more years to go. This song I am promoting is with an upcoming artist who can rap very well named sneeze. He is great at it

Love Music: Can you please tell us more about your first single ?

My first single Was back when I was 17. I had wrote the best song i have ever done and I didn't even realize it until years later. At 17 years old. It was monumental and I didn't even realize it.

Love Music: Nice, Any upcoming project?

I have other Projects with talent agencies coming up with Big celebrities. They are coming out soon. Wonder Woman 2. Harriett just came out. I was in that. Shadows of history. I am in CBN streaming app as well. those are all coming out next year.

Love Music: Okay, what motivates you to do your best work as a rapper artist ?

I really like the truth and just honesty of the lyrics that rapping gives. It is just talking. I love how it is talking but in a rhythm.

Love Music: Great, What has been one of the most exciting achievements of your career so far ?

One of the most exciting achievements of my career so far is my Skateboarding. I will admit that my skateboarding is what saved my life. Without skateboarding life would be over for me.

Love Music: Did you choose this industry, as a career, or as a hobby?

Career. I love it, but I want it to be my job and get paid for it.

Love Music: Regrets of your life?

I have regrets of past relationships that didn't work out. I still regret them to this day. Family issues that just didn't resolve.

Love Music: Your favorite music Artist?

My favorite music Artist would have to be Me. I love my music and what i make.

Love Music: Awesome, Everybody needs time out. What do you do in your free time?

I usually skateboard. Get out energy that i have to relieve stress. I love ASMR especially

Love Music: How can people find you and follow you online?

I'm top 5 on reverbnation in Richmond Virginia. Google my full name Daniel Windsor Harman aka dantheharman. I am right there. Up top

Sunday, 22 December 2019

Still Have You by Drake lufkin

A lot of people everyday go through heart break and heartache and this is my version of it. Just a young boy living in a dream with is high school sweet heart. What could go wrong?

Listen this beautiful sound track.. I hope you enjoy a lots and just forget about your heart break and heartache.. 

You can leave your feedback and give your love here:

Wednesday, 11 December 2019

Singer Eye’z Does A Meet n’ Greet in Berkeley, CA

Pop singer Eye'z finishes off her Meet n' Greet Tour in Berkeley Ca

Singer Channel Wilson opened VIP's were all treated to a red carpet experience with swag bags food & two intimate performances by Eye’z –

Eye’z plans to deliver new music in the near future as she continues to write, compose and produce new tracks.

Booking – GRM presents at 510-612-7868
IG: @mseyez  Tiktok: @itseyez

http://www.itseyez.com – “a Diamond In The Rough, A Diamond In The Eye, Its The Crazy One And I’m Not Left Eye”!

Tcoppoe - Don't Know

Tcoppoe born and bless with the name of Travone Dunn formed into a artists and now its Tcoppoe...Meaning Growth to New Connections...He is 26 years old and has 7 brothers 1 Sister pretty Much laid Back and lowkey Cum from proverty in the suburds Started naturally doing music about 7 mouths ago from this Date 12/13/2018 Lots of spirital moments And Motivation now Tcoppoe get a urge to create and do it 🎶🎶 For The Love Of Music And The Pain And suffering that Come with it#Tcoppoe#Motivated 💯💯

The Song DON'T KNOW basicly in Simple Form Mean...From The bottom were the Dark is At to The Top were the Light is At#TCOPPOE#MOTIVATED :100::100:

Sunday, 8 December 2019

"Key of Us" Sami Grisafe Feat. Linsea Waugh

Sami Grisafe's new single "Key of Us" will be featured on Showtime's new series, Work In Progress, on December 15, 2019. "Key of Us" is a modern day love duet. Not since Rent's "Take Me or Leave Me" has there been a duet between two women this catchy.

Key of Us is produced by Koil PreAmple and Eren Cannata and features Chicago-based musician Linsea Waugh. 
Record label: Vanguard Muse.


Website & Social Media:


Monday, 2 December 2019

Interview with Luverboy

Love Music: Tell us a little bit about yourself. Your background, education etc. ??

I grew up in Southwest Atlanta, I spent most of my time listening to 70's and 80's rock and pop music. I never felt as though a lot of artist from my generation spoke to me musically. I went to North Atlanta High School, and after that moved to San Diego and got my bachelors from the University of San Diego. It didn't do much for me creatively, but I felt as though the experience of leaving home and going somewhere at 18 where you literally don't know anyone makes you mature much quicker. And makes you think a little harder about what you want out of life. My freshman year I was in an alternative rock band called "The Renaissance". It was my first time playing guitar and singing in a band, and I'm so grateful for the experience because it let me know who I was, and who I wanted to be.My family is very "do it by the book" and I'm just a creative mess haha.

Love Music: We been hearing a lot about you, so we notice your starting to gain a lot of attention how does it feel?

It's nice when people actually take the time to listen and engage with your art. I feel as though now it's so hard to get heard, and when you tell people you're an artist they look at you like you have three heads. So I'm grateful to each and every person who actually cares to listen and engage with me.

Love Music: Any upcoming project?

2 singles and an album. I like to take my time.

Love Music: What has been one of the most exciting achievements of your career so far ?

Doing everything by myself. No Label, no manager, nothing

Love Music: What’s your goal in life you want to achieve next?

Get a record deal that doesn't completely screw me, and tour.

Love Music: What motivates you to do your best work ?

Life, and knowing my work is going to outlive me by possibly hundreds of years.

Love Music: Did you choose this industry, as a career, or as a hobby?

Both, they're one in the same for me.

Love Music: Which song you liked most and why?

In terms of songs released, I'd have to say "Valley of the Rasta" believe it or not it actually started as a heartbreak ballad but turned into a 420 reggae rock song. I guess there's elements within the song where you can tell I was just trying to get over someone, but it was my first attempt at trying to create an original sound that is true to who I am as an artist.

Love Music: Everybody needs time out. What do you do in your free time?

Believe it or not, I write music in my free time, when I'm not creating music, I'm usually drawing, painting, or working out. I always need to keep my mind and or body stimulated. I try to write at least 2-3 songs a week. I've got this weird thing where if I'm not creating, I feel like I'm dying.

Love Music: How can people find you and follow you online?

I'm on Spotify, Apple Music, Deezer, Tidal, Amazon, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, and Facebook. Just search "Luverboy".

Saturday, 30 November 2019

Interview with Bobby Felani

Q : Tell us a little bit about yourself. Your background, education, music passion etc. ??

My name is Bobby Felani. I am a rapper,singer ,songwriter . I graduated from college in 2014 with a BA in History, I have two elder sisters. My dad was a mechanic and a farmer, while my mother was a nurse. Am not from a rich family. But my parents did all they could to make sure I get a good education. My passion for music started while I was in secondary school and since then the fire just seems to increase as the years go by.

Q : Can you please tell us more about your first single "Vanité" ?

Vanité is a song which talks about the greed of man and his materialistic nature, and how a people can do anything to get wealth and property, of which at the end of the day, when you die you will not carry a single furniture into your grave. The inspiration of Vanité came from my real life story. My dad was killed and after his death, his step brother came to claim his landed property. How coincidental is that

Q : Nice, "Ici Au Kamer" was the start of your professional Career?

Yes, you can say that. Ici Au Kamer can actually be considered to be the spark to my professional career as an artist. But for me, my new single Vanite is where I officially become a professional artist.

Q : Okay, what motivates you to do your best work as an afrobeat songwriter / artist ?

First of all, I don’t just do afrobeats. I am also a pop singer and a rapper at the same time. Hope has always been my push factor. I am also motivated a lot by my producer, Sessua Judy the CEO of Sessua Entertainment, because he does all he can to put my music to the world. This is something I will always be grateful for.

Q : Great, What has been one of the most exciting achievements of your career so far ?

So far, I will say releasing the video of Vanité has been a great feeling. And the positive feedback from the song is overwhelming. I wish we can get more exposure on international platforms. My greatest desire is for my music to be played and appreciated by people from all over the world

Q : Did you choose this industry, as a career, or as a hobby?

Music is my job, it’s my office. It’s where I hope to provide for my family. I have no two things I do. It’s music and music only. That’s one of the major reasons why it cannot fail

Q : Regrets of your life?

I regret not spending enough time with my father while he was still alive. He died when I was 22. Also, I trained so hard in my teenage years to play football professionally because I am that good on the pitch. But unfortunately my parents could not afford the money to send me to football school.

Q : Your favorite music Artist?

There are many of I love. Charly Puth, Kizz Daniel, Maitre Gims, Anne Marie , Shawn Mendez. I can’t pick a particular one

Q : Awesome, Everybody needs time out. What do you do in your free time?

Well, I love football a lot. So I play when I see the opportunity to. Otherwise i watch Drama series and play video games

Q : How can people find you and follow you online?

You can follow me on Facebook @Bobbyfelani , on Twitter @bobby_felani , and on Instagram @Official_felani

And our website is www.sessuaentertainment.com

Wednesday, 27 November 2019

The 6ix is next up

TODAY’s interview is with Elijah sommerz an upcoming Rapper and modern day Talent Manager from Toronto who has built a reputation for being noted to be an young sharp organized manager that has versatility to collaborate with other brands globally.

We believe that Elijah sommerz has the fuel needed to grow the upcoming management imprint label coming from Toronto, ca he’s has been growing underground low-key within the Toronto region for some time now.
Elijah sommerz is a passionate talent manger that has a unique ear to newer urban trends of music as he express’s to us that he’s feels his purpose is to help elevate the evolving hip - hop scene out of north America particularly Toronto ,United Kingdom and other urban cities across North America .

Career Aspirations
Elijah sommerz overall is networking guru and Technology guru who is Employed as a Full Time Entrepreneur and is also an active talent manager he’s also an aspiring rapper form Toronto Ontario Canada .
Elijah sommerz has been working with a few acts from his home town of Toronto, ont such as Rokstarr Hollywood who has been featured on numb ours soundtracks with other local artists to date.

Other Entrepreneurial Ventures
ROBERT Vernon also known as Elijah sommerz is the head Talent Director of J stone management group & co since 2016 –present he is also the co-founder of Discovered1st.com.

The platform is founded to be a music distribution platform that is scheduled to be launched late Fall 2020 to such is, an umbrella company to his portfolio of businesses owned independently by MR Robert Vernon - Elijah sommerz .
Vernon - Elijah sommerz is currently the vice chair-man of an online streaming corporation Called Worldwide Entertainment TV ( WWETV – is a global media platform that works with major and underground artists in North America to help them further elevate there promotion and marketing for their personal brands , to such it Has recently been reformed to a streaming platform that is currently endorsed by Apple TV Since 2017 .

We hope to hear more form Elijah sommerz and his team over at jsmg the label In the near future.

To learn more about their upcoming projects please feel free to visit their website and also pay them a visit on social media this concludes our segment today.

Edited by Mauricio dasilva
For more information visit www.jstonemgmtgroup.com or on social media @jsmg the label

Interview with John Eduardo

Love Music: Tell us a little bit about yourself. Your background, education, music passion, etc. ??

My name is John Eduardo, and I was always a hopeless romantic poet and composer. I grew up in Puerto Rico with my Hispanic mother and my American father. The Missing 43 in Mexico got me thinking about injustice in society around the world that's how I got inspired to create music related to those moments.

Love Music: How many songs do you have on the platforms at this moment?

I have 5 songs out. Un gran Muro, En Este Lugar, Cielo Lleno de Estrellas, Pueblo Acorralado and Las Cruzadas and more coming next year.

Love Music: We been hearing a lot about you so we notice you're starting to gain a lot of attention how does it feel?

I think that the most important thing about all of this is not how much attention I can get as an artist, but how the message can be received by the audience.

Love Music: Can you please tell us more about your song " Las Cruzadas "?

Las Cruzadas is a song that discusses the difficult time's many people in the military face when they return home.

Love Music: Nice, which of your songs you liked most and why?

I can not say that every each of them was my way to express my thoughts and feelings about human rights violations in today's world and the Latin American community through music.

Love Music: How can people find you and follow you online?

I am always active on Instagram @Joneduardo_ you also can find me on Facebook or Twitter.

Love Music: Can we expect new music or projects in the future?

Sure, there's more music and music projects that I am working at this moment.

A Pressure Freestyles during Radio Interview

Born and raised in Paterson New Jersey, Jayshawn “A Pressure” McDowell grew up on 185 Jackson Street on the South Side of Paterson, NJ. With music everywhere, at 13 A Pressure began rap battling and focused to master his craft. After experiencing a lot of trials and tribulations, A Pressure was incarcerated and sentenced to eight years in prison for shootings and robberies at 17 years old. Upon his release from prison, he dropped a single entitled “I Got the Drip” which was then streamed onto Hot 97 by Jersey’s own DJ Drewski of the MVMT Show and later spun by the legendary Funk Master Flex. Since then he has opened up for rap artist Tee Grizzley and sold out independent concerts. 

He recently dropped his EP entitled “Machine Money: Pain in Glory”, which details his struggle and breaking free from the system. Shortly after his EP release he dropped his second single “Rumors” which has reached over 45,000 views in a matter of two weeks with no label deal or backing. His latest releases "The Resurrection, January 2nd" "The Re Up" "Half Time" have been in high in demand in the streets and clubs. He is an independent artist who is completely funding himself and he is coming in strong. There are no signs of him stopping. He has a story to tell and this is just the beginning. 

Be on the LOOKOUT for A Pressure! Make sure you go to APressure.Net for merchandise, more videos, content, and sign up for give always!"

Tuesday, 19 November 2019

Interview with NFL Moneybaggz

Love Music: Tell us a little bit about yourself. Your background, education, music passion etc. ??* 

Well, I'm NFL Moneybaggz. And no! It’s not football lol NFL stand for no friends left and Moneybaggz is a childhood nickname given to me by my grand mom.  I come from the rough streets of Philadelphia and that’s how I lost most of my friends from either gun violence, incarceration, or drugs. My passion for music grew from isolation. Just being introverted, Not having no one to talk to, no friends. You know it just seemed like a really good way to get out the depression. The microphone actually saved my life. It did a job no doctor or no pill could ya’dig.

Love Music: We been hearing a lot about you so we notice your starting to gain a lot of attention how does it feel? 

Honestly, I’m feeling like “ITS MY TIME”!! Im the number one “non-industry plant” independent artist in the Industry and you kno’ recognizing is just something the real gonna do so , I feel em’

Plus it’s not like I’m new to making good music! I work so hard, and I give the people quality music. 

I’m feeling somewhat... accomplished.   With more in store.

Love Music: Can you please tell us more about your new song? 

Indeed, I got my debut single “Ratchet” that jawn Go! It’s green light from the time you press play. But no, I just wanted to make a song about something I haven’t rapped about before. It’s catchy, it blends with society. and it’s perfect turn up music for the ladies. Though the fellas be vibing to it too!  Like in the clubs in the city I slide thru and sometimes it be more guys gettin groovy than girls. I understand tho cause the BARS. I slaughtered it lyrically AND kept it catchy. Ratchet. 

Love Music: Nice, which one song all the time you liked most and why?* 

My songs? I don’t have one. It’s NFL baby lol we got a arsenal. Now that we picking up steam getting the ball rolling we ain’t bouta slow down so I got hella most liked songs lol

Love Music: Great, what motivates you to do your best work? 

uhh, Ultimately, my top goal is to provide and maintain stability for myself and the people depending on me. Just being able to live better and afford the many great things life can offer. I’m super self motivated too so I would say I motivate me to go harder. My team keep my head in the game and pushes me to WIN. Its like I’m obligated to win, all I know is win.

Love Music: What has been one of the most exciting achievements of your career so far ?* 

I mean I’m just getting started I’m at the grand opening lol but sky’s the limit so we’ll see.

Love Music: Did you choose this industry, as a career, or as a hobby? 

Making music came organically. I started writing music as a boy; I carried it throughout my youth and into adulthood. Battle rap is popular in my city and that’s where I really realized my own potential & started to take rap serious. So for me, rapping is a hobby because it’s something I’ve always loved to do.  

Love Music: Your favorite music Artist? 

Beside’s me, Who’s has a hot song out right now? THAT’S my favorite artist! I go with the flow, so if at the time, I really like your song or an artist is putting out dope music consistently, they may be my favorite. 
I got my classics, I got my new era. Ya’mean. I try to show love I don’t hate so if you got a banger ima be the one to be like yea play that. 

Love Music: Awesome, Everybody needs time out. What do you do in your free time? 

My spare time goes to my family. They’re honestly my sole motivation to be successful. So when I get a moment to just be dad, son, bro or friend, I like to relax, go to a Eagles game with my sons, or maybe catch a movie with Moms.. take a break from the world.  Read a book. Check on my investments. Really I’m never “free” 

I try to use my time strategically.

Love Music: How can people find you and follow you online? 

Wherever there’s a platform, there’s Money.

Music Platforms
Apple Music, YouTube, Soundcloud, Spotify: NFL Moneybaggz

Social Platforms 
Twitter: @NFLmoneybaggz
Instagram: @nflmoneybaggz

Sunday, 17 November 2019

Interview with Monica Ortiz

Love Music: Tell us a little bit about yourself. Your background, education, music passion etc. ??

I worked in the corporate world for a long time and then decided to work in the entertainment business making movies, television, and music videos. I knew from a young age that I love singing and performing and while I have been singing in choirs and at events since I was very young, I didn’t have the opportunity to write and sing my original songs. I get to make my music now and sing my songs and it feels great.

Love Music: We been hearing a lot about you so we notice your starting to gain a lot of attention how does it feel?

I am happy that people are enjoying my music and I hope that as they listen, they are connecting to it, and feeling it.

Love Music: Can you please tell us more about your new album Journey Home?

I love this album, I got to work with so many talented people. It was written in both Los Angeles and Nashville, and was tracked at Gray Matters Studios and Toy Box Studios, both in Nashville, TN. I wrote four of the songs on the album, three with Charlie Lowell (Jars of Clay), and one with David Dattner. Matt Odmark (Jars of Clay) and Heather Bond (Jukebox the Ghost) wrote two of the songs. Michael Gigante (Tay Coliee) wrote two of the songs. Vocally, the record features contributions from Matthew Koziol, legendary gospel group The McCrary Sisters, Joshua Olds (Family Force 5) and his wife AmiBeth Olds, and Jonathon Jircitano (The Tide). From beginning to end, Journey Home is a just that, a journey of acknowledgement, freedom, encouragement, happiness, love, acceptance, and loss.

Love Music: Nice, which song of this album do you like most and why?

The Woman I Became because it is my ode to my Grandfather and to God. It is the acknowledgment of listening to guidance and trying to do my best in my own life. And while I was asking them if they were proud of me, there is a line that says “I am proud of the woman I became.” I let them know that there were many times that life tried to get the best of me but I didn’t let it tear me apart.

Love Music: Great, what motivates you to do your best work as singer songwriter?

I motivate myself. I have a huge responsibility chip in me and have been called a work-a-holic, so I will work endlessly to give my best effort and am tough on myself when something is completed and I watch it, read it, or listen to it, and find flaws. I have come to understand that music is a deep passion of mine so while I want it to be perfect, sometimes I have to understand that it has a life of its own and be happy with that.

Love Music: What has been one of the most exciting achievements of your career so far ?

In my music career, the fact that I am getting to make music. It is incredible that I am here in this moment right now.

Love Music: Did you choose this industry, as a career, or as a hobby?

I chose making music as a career so now I am giving it my time and my love.

Love Music: Your favorite music Artist?

I don’t have favorites. There is a long list of incredibly talented people in many genres, that I able to hear the passion in their music, and it makes me want to listen to them over and over again.

Love Music: Awesome, Everybody needs time out. What do you do in your free time?

I love watching movies, reading, going to live shows, being out in nature, and traveling.

Love Music: How can people find you and follow you online?

My Instagram is: monicaortizmusic Facebook: Monica Ortiz Music, Twitter: mortizsmusic and my website is: www.monicaortizmusic.com

Thursday, 14 November 2019

Interview with Remus Tucker

Love Music: Tell us a little bit about yourself. Your background, education, your passion etc. ??

I've been singing and playing for most of my natural, and unnatural, life. I'm just some fella that has a love of music and a passion of performing for amazing people. So I do not have any formal musical education, but I am a scholar of the road, which lends itself to my style and music that I write.

Love Music: We been hearing a lot about you so we notice your starting to gain a lot of attention how does it feel?

It feels amazing. I am humbled and honored that so many people are listening and enjoying my music. When ever I meet people at a show that tell me they like what I do, my heart soars and it drives home why I do what I do.. The people and the experience of bringing something to other's lives.

Love Music: Can you please tell us more about your new single “Come On”?

Come on is a great mover. I wanted to do something a bit faster with an homage to some old time rock and roll. It describes, a bit, the fun we sometimes have on the road. The Road being the theme for our upcoming EP. Life of a musician and what we experience.

Love Music: Nice, how's you get response from your fans about your last single, “Lonely Mile”?

Lonely Mile was torn from my soul and pushed out to the world. Opposite of Come On, it shows the not so fun side of the musician's life. It can be hard, lonely, and painful. But I wouldn't trade it for anything in the world.

Love Music: Great, what motivates you to do your best work?

The fans. They fuel us and make this all worthwhile. When I see people dancing or just plain moving to the music, I can't think of anything else I would rather be doing. Yeah.. They are the life blood of all I do.

Love Music: What has been one of the most exciting achievements of your career so far ?

World wide distribution of the music has been incredibly exciting. To know that somewhere in Australia, Germany, Russian, New Zealand, the UK, and everywhere else, someone is enjoying the fruits of our labor. It is pretty damn incredible.

Love Music: Did you choose this industry, as a career, or as a hobby?

The industry sort of chose me and I agreed to ride along. I was in a car riding along singing to a song on the radio with some friends and they all stopped singing and looked at me. I thought I must have sounded horrible, but they all were impressed with my voice and encouraged me to do that as a living. Being a silly kid, I figured why not? And so performed with a band in my home town and that was it. I was hooked.

Love Music: Your favorite music Artist?

I have so many that it would take a book to list. But, I have to say Freddie Mercury and David Bowie are probably 2 of my most favorite artists. They epitomize what creativity is in this industry and, sadly, we do not see their like anymore. I hope to be a shadow of their greatness someday.

Love Music: Awesome, Everybody needs time out. What do you do in your free time?

I live in the mountains, so I spend a lot of time in the woods. Gathering shed antler, hunting, and just plain being in nature. I love it. But I have to say that music is never far away.

Love Music: How can people find you and follow you online?

They can find us on Twitter, Instagram, and our web site http://www.remustucker.com

Saturday, 2 November 2019

Interview with Mr. Nobody

Shot and killed in his sleep do you believe in reincarnation? With more questions than answers who is nobody, nobody knows; and nobody cares. From the deepest pits and the darkest shadows of the abyss of nothingness. Raised in parts unknown throughout New England comes Mr. Nobody!

Find Mr. Nobody's music and more here: https://earwormentertainment.com

Love Music: Hello Mr. Nobody, I'd like to start by saying your music is very interesting. What is the fuel behind your creative fire?

I'd like to say thank you for taking the time to interview me I just enjoy making music I've been doing it for a long time and I'm finally happy to be able to have people hear it.

Love Music: I see you recently released the album "Beautiful Music 2 Decompose 2" on Halloween, what was it like working on this album?

That is correct it was a experience I definitely enjoyed I put a lot of time and effort into it I created all the instrumentals and lyrics on my Own.

Love Music: Are most your songs centered within the "Horrorcore" genre?

I wouldn't say centered I do multiple genres of music I like  making music for people that enjoy horror movies or straight out have seen fucked up scenarios in their life.

Love Music: I see that you had a tour recently, tell us what where the highlights of this tour?

That is correct I went on a tour with my earworm Brothers around New England it was a very knowledgeable experience I'm definitely looking forward to more of them in the future!

Love Music: What, if any, where the low points of this tour?

The tour itself didn't really have any low points I got to tour New England with some of my favorite people and also got to meet some new people, always a fun experience when it comes to earworm family events!

Love Music: What do you prefer more, performing live or studio time?

It all depends on my mood I'm a weird person! Sometimes I like to be in the booth cuz it's just me and Canna CDK just producing music, Other times I like waking the dead on stage. I would say it's 50-50.

Love Music: How long have you been a part of Earworm Entertainment?

Forever because earworm is for life!!!

Love Music: What are 3 things you cannot live without?

Marijuana, CATS, & Music... Now I know you technically ask me for 3 answers but the question said what can't I live without, the real answers are air food and water without these things we will decease so I don't understand why we have to pay for food or water they should be things that we get for free because without them we die!

Love Music: What can we expect from you in 2020?

To anybody that's reading this expect nothing but hard work and the best that I can do because I work really hard at this and I hope that it shows in my music in the long run, I'm currently working on a few new projects I just released the album as everyone knows & two music videos As well me and the brothers at earworm are always working on something new! 

Love Music: In closing I'd like to ask are there any words of wisdom you can share with our readers?

Don't believe anything that anybody ever tells you that puts you down they'll tell you that you can't do it and try to tear you down don't let them flip them the bird and tell them to fuck off because nobody knows and nobody fucking cares And at the end of the day as long as you're happy with what you do fuck everyone else and what they think!
Again thank you for taking the time to interview me sincerely Earworm Entertainment's own Mr.NoBoDy!


International Hip Hop Artist KAYA KENYATTA shared the official music video for ‘Walk Me Back in the E’ on October 7. Directed, edited, written and produced by Kenyatta himself, the clip / short film takes the viewer on a psychedelic trip reminiscent of Alice in Wonderland and The Hangover. 

‘Walk Me Back in the E’ is the third single from Kenyatta’s soon   to   be   released   EP,   A   Smudge   on   the   Collective Unconscious. The Single follows the no-holds barred Time Ain’t Up (2017) and thought provoking Voices (2018).

‘The  new  single  Walk  Me  Back  in  the  E  is  essentially  about one  of  those  random  moments  when  you  meet  a  girl  on  a night  out  and  just  have  an  instant  connection.  The  song describes the intoxicating effect / feeling you have when you come across someone that you have that type of connection with as if it were a drug.’ (Kaya Kenyatta)

Born in Leuven, Belgium to an English father and Belgian mother, Kenyatta grew up listening to 90s Hip Hop such as 2pac, Biggie, Immortal Technique, Dr. Dre and Snoop to name but a few, and one can ascertain that he sees lyrical  content  and  flow  to  be  as  important  as  the  production.  His  other  big
inspiration was Bob Marley and the revolutionary traits of said artist can be felt
within Kenyatta’s music. 

Kenyatta attended an international school in Belgium as a child and was exposed to  different  nationalities  and  cultures,  which  play  a  part  in  his  versatility  as  an artist. He began rhyming at university in the UK and continued when he moved to Toronto, Canada, where he began to learn about music production and recorded his first album. Upon his return to the UK, he moved to London and released The Art of Rhyme EP in 2015, with the single releases of No Lie and Music, garnering attention from Hip Hop blogs such as Trickstaworld.com.  

‘Intelligent Wordplay and intricate lyricism combines with an attitude of revolution for what can only be described as real hip hop. This talented MC tells it like it is and is a name you should get used to.’ (Tricksta – Trickstaworld.com)

Kenyatta not only writes and produces his own music but he goes that one step further to directing, writing and producing his own music videos and designing his own album artwork. This can only benefit the listener as it allows the listener to see and hear Kenyatta’s whole vision when it comes to his work.   
‘Walk Me Back in the E’ will be released digitally worldwide in online stores and streaming services on October  11.



SoundCloud: soundcloud.com/kayakenyatta 

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