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Thursday, May 28, 2015

While One Member of The Trio is Locked Up, Migos Reveal Artwork & Music Release Date Jarvis Gilmore (@JarvisG_) | May 28,

The show must go on as the saying goes! It has been an interesting year for the Migos to say the least. The group went to Georgia Southern University last month and end up going to jail midway through their performance. While two of the three where able to make bail, Offset remains locked up in a Georgia jail awaiting trial for a series of charges. That is not going to stop the promotion for their debut album YRN Tha Album.


The album cover is very similar to the Versace logo, which makes sense as The Migos have a huge song of the same name from a few years back. The album which has had some set backs is scheduled for July 31st.Hopefully Offset will be out by then and their legal situations begin to clear themselves up so they focus on the music and promote their biggest project to date.

Tuesday, May 26, 2015





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Friday, May 22, 2015

ALERT! Bow Wow Partners up with Jermaine Dupri, on “Where You At


Jermaine Dupri, CEO and founder of the legendary So SO Def, has recently inked a deal to release is next EP with Empire, an independent label, distributor, and publisher.

The first single from the new project it “WYA” (Where You At) featuring multi-platinum rapper and 20-year industry veteran, Bow Wow, who is making his return to the music business. Bow Wow has been focused on his acting career by starring in a couple of movies and CBS’s CSI: Cyber. Shad Moss has also been a busy businessman with the release of his own brand of liquor, NDI Vodka, and the expansion of the Asphalt Yacht Club clothing line as brand ambassador.

Now Jermaine Dupri, Snoop Dogg, and Bow Wow are teaming up once again to create some new records. WYA is the first of many to come and is available for download on iTunes, Amazon, and Google Play.

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Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Media/Public Relations , Royalties

Media/Public Relations

American Association of Independent Music (A2IM)

Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI)

Music Business Association (NARM)

National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences, Inc. (NARAS)

Society of European Stage Authors and Composers (SESAC)

SoundExchange (SX)

Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA)

International Performing Rights Societies

American Society of Composes, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)

Media/Public Relations
Double XXposure Media Relations
Post Office Box 1689
Fort Lee, NJ 07024
Twitter: @dxxnyc
The Terrie Williams Agency
382 Central Park West-Suite 17U,
New York, NY 10025

American Society of Composes, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP)
New York
1900 Broadway
New York, NY 10023
4 Millbank
2nd Floor
London SW1P 3JA
420 Lincoln Rd, Suite 502
Miami Beach, FL 33139
Puerto Rico
Ave. Martinez Nadal
c/ Hill Side 623
San Juan, PR 00920
Los Angeles
7920 W. Sunset Boulevard, Third Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90046
Two Music Square West
Nashville, TN 37203
950 Joseph E. Lowery Blvd. NW, Suite 23
Atlanta, GA 30318

Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI)
10 Music Square East
Nashville, TN 37203-4399
New York
7 World Trade Center
250 Greenwich Street
New York, NY 10007-0030
Los Angeles
8730 Sunset Blvd.
3rd Floor West
West Hollywood, CA 90069-2211
84 Harley House
Marylebone Road
London NW1 5HN, United Kingdom
3340 Peachtree Road, NE
Suite 570
Atlanta, GA 30326

Society of European Stage Authors and Composers (SESAC)
55 Music Square East
Nashville, TN 37203  
New York
152 West 57th St
57th Floor
New York, NY 10019  
Los Angeles
6100 Wilshire Blvd
Suite 700
Los Angeles, CA  90048
1221 Brickell Ave
Miami, FL 33131
981 Joseph E. Lowery Blvd NW
Suite 111
Atlanta, GA  30318  
SESAC UK & International Affiliate Relations
67 Upper Berkeley Street
London W1H 7QX 

SoundExchange (SX)
1121 Fourteenth Street NW
Suite 700
Washington, D.C. 20005  

Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA)
1025 F. Street N.W.
10th Floor
Washington, D.C. 20004
Phone:  202-775-0101

National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences, Inc. (NARAS)
3030 Olympic Boulevard
Santa Monica, California 90404

Music Business Association (NARM
9 Eves Drive
Suite 120
Marlton, New Jersey   08053

American Association of Independent Music (A2IM)
132 Delancey Street
New York, New York 10002
Phone:  646-692-4877

International Performing Rights Societies
Indian Performing Rights Society Limited (IPRS)
Registered and Corporate Office
208, Golden Chambers,
New Andheri Link Road,
Andheri (W),
Mumbai 400 053.
Telefax : 2673 66 58
Southern Administrative Office
Flat No. D-1, Second Floor,
Parsn Paradise Residential Apts,
109, G. N. Road, T. Nagar,
Chennai - 600 017.
Northern Administrative Office
B-317, Som Datt Chambers - I,
5, Bhikaiji Cama Place,
New Delhi - 110 066
Eastern Administrative Office
Room No 2 & 5,
Asian Hotel, P-38, Princep Street,
Kolkatta - 700 072
Japanese Society for Rights of Authors, Composers and Publishers (JASRAC)
3-6-12 Uehara
Shibuya-ku Tokyo 151-8540
Music Authors’ Copyright Protection (MACP) Berhad
Head Office
Unit 8, Level u2, Block D4
Solaris Dutamas
No. 1, Jalan Dutamas 1
50480 Kuala Lumpur
Tel: 603.6207 8638
Telefax: 603.6206 2228
Penang Office
Lot 2-32, First Floor, Wisma Central
41 Macalister Road
10400 Penang
Tel: 604 . 226 2943
Telefax: 604 . 226 2943
Johor Office
No. 6 – 02, Jalan Tun Abdul Razak,
Susur 4
80200 Johor Bahru, Johor
Tel: 607 . 227 8711
Telefax: 607 . 227 9711
Sabah Office
Lot F-3-7, Third Floor, Plaza Tanjung Aru
Jalan Mat Salleh, Tanjung Aru
88100 Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
Tel: 6088 . 211827
Telefax: 6088 . 211827
Performers Rights & Interest Society of Malaysia Berhad
1st Floor, 8A, Jalan Pangkor,
Off Jalan Tun Razak,
50400 Kuala Lumpur,
Wilayah Persekutuan
Telefax: 603-4044 9299
Public Performance Malaysia (PPM) Sdn. Bhd.
( 173608-V )
No. L-8-2, 8th Floor, Block L,No. 2
Jalan Solaris,Solaris Mont' Kiara,
50480 Kuala Lumpur.Malaysia
Email :
Music Royalty Collection Society Nepal (MRSCN)
P.O.Box 26517, House No: 21
Sangam Galli Anamnagar
Ward No: 32Kathmandu, Nepal
Filipinas Copyright Licensing Society, Inc. (FILCOS)
G-12 Parc Condominium
226 15th Avenue
Quezon City
Filipina Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (FILSCAP)
140 Scout Rallos Street
Brgy. Sacred Heart
Quezon City, Phillipines
The Performers' Rights Society of the Philippines(PRSP)
Suite 21E Eisenhower Condominium
Eisenhower Street
Greenhills, San JuanMetro Manila, Philippines
Email: or
Russian Organization for Intellectual Property (VOIS)
8a, Shelepihinskaya nab
Moscow, Russia, 123290
73-1, Novoslobodskaya Str.
Moscow, Russia, 127055 (for correspondence)
Christian Copyright Licensing International (CCLI)
PO Box 6644
Baulkham Hills BC
NSW 2153
Composers and Authors Society Of Singapore LTD (COMPASS)
37 Craig Road
Singapore 089675
Korea Copyright Music Association
Recording Industry Association of Korea
7th floor
The PAN Bldg
Worldcupbukro58gil 10
Mapo-Gu, Seoul, Korea
The Association of Recording Copyright Owners (ARCO) - Taiwan
Australasian Performing Right Association Limited/ Australasian Mechanical Copyright Owners Society Limited (APRA AMCOS)
16 Mountain Street, Ultimo NSW 2007
Locked Bag 5000, Strawberry Hills NSW 2012
The Reproduction Rights Society of Kenya (KOPIKEN)
Viking House 3rd Floor, Westlands
P.O. Box 44265-00100
Nairobi, Kenya
Music Copyright Society of Kenya (MCSK)
Maua Close, Off Parklands Road, Westlands
P.O.Box 14806
Nairobi 00800 Kenya
Kenya Association of Music Producers (KAMP)
Jumula Place 1
Along Lenana Road
2nd Floor
Email: or
Société des Auteurs Compositeurs et Editeurs de Musique (SACEM)
225 avenue Charles de Gaulle
92528 Neuilly sur Seine Cedex
Canadian Musical Rights Reproduction Rights Agency (CMRRA)
320 – 56 Wellesley Street West,
Toronto, ON
M5S 2S3
Society of Composers, Authors and Music Publishers of Canada (SOCAN)
General Enquiries:
1.800.55.SOCAN (76226)
41 Valleybrook Drive,
Toronto ON M3B 2S6
33 Milton St., Suite 500
Montreal, Quebec H2X 1V1
45 Alderney Drive,
Ste. 802, Queen Square,
Dartmouth NS B2Y 2N6
504 - 1166 Alberni Street,
Vancouver BC V6E 3Z3
Societa Italiana degli Autori ed Editori (SIAE)
Avenue of Literature, 30-00144 ROMA
Switchboard: 06 59901
Central Fax: 06 59647050/52
Phonographic Performance Company of Australia, Ltd. (PPCA)
11-17 Buckingham Street
Sydney NSW 2010
Siriusdreef 22-28
2132 WT  Hoofddorp
The Netherlands
Postbus 3080
2130 KB  Hoofddorp
The Netherlands
Sociedad General de Autores y Editores (SGAE)
Uruguay, 775, piso 4º, Of. A
C1015 ABO Buenos Aires
República Argentina
Tel.: (54-11) 4372-2581
Delegación General SGAE-Cuba
Lamparilla Nº 2 y Ave. del Puerto
Edificio Lonja del Comercio, Oficina 3-M
La Habana Vieja,
La Habana, Cuba.
CP. 10100
Tel.: (53-7) 866-6597
Fax: (53-7) 866-9542
Vicente Trebuesto, 5
Colonia Romero de Terreros,
Coyoacán, México D.F.
04310 México
Tel.: (52-55) 5130-6170
Fax: (52-55) 5130-6197
800 Douglas Rd, Suite 125
Coral Gables 33134-2086
Miami, Estados Unidos
Tel.: (1-305) 4176476
Rua Santa Luzia, 799, Of. 304,
Centro, Rio de Janeiro, RJ
Tel.: (55 21) 2259-6292
Marqués de Nervión, 72
41005 Sevilla
Tel.: 954 926 278 / 176
San Vicente Ferrer, 13, 1º derecha
18005 Granada
Tel.: 958 520 262 / 55
Tomás Bretón, 12, 1ª planta
50005 Zaragoza
Tel.: 976 568 200 / 365
La Luna, 15, 1ª planta
33001 Oviedo
Tel.: 985 224 168 / 985 204 342
Sant Jaume, 7
07012 Palma de Mallorca
Francisco Gourie, 107, 2º
35002 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
Passeig de Colom, 6
08002 Barcelona
Tel.: 93 268 90 00 / 03
Blanquerías, 6
46003 València
Rúa das Salvadas, 2A
(Parque Vista Alegre)
15705 Santiago de Compostela
Teatro Campos Elíseos Bertendona,
3 bis, 4ª planta
48008 Bilbao
Tel.: 944 438 661 / 666
Edificio Kursaal
Zurriola, s/n
20002 San Sebastián
Fernando VI, 4
28004 Madrid
Tel.: 91 349 95 50 / 00
Artes Escénicas: 91 349 96 39
Svenska Tonsättares Internationella Musikbyrå (STIM)
Hornsgatan 103
Box 17092, SE-104 62 Stockholm
Tel: 01 47





This is the official brand new single from Tyga off The Gold Album called "Hollywood Niggaz"produced by Jess Jackson who has done records for Justin Bieber, Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown, The Wanted, etc.  We are the ONLY company to send out the full DJ service pack so make sure you download it exclusively right here.  Tyga addresses the recent controversy in this record so it's one that people are wanting to hear.  Let's break this record!!!





Boosie BadAzz calls on two Coles, J. Cole and Keyshia Cole, for his powerful new song “Black Heaven.” The Baton Rouge rapper pays tribute to some black icons that we’ve lost including Martin Luther King, Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston (“She was heaven sent”), Tupac, Biggie, and Rosa Parks (“She a OG”).Over a wailing guitar, the Roc Nation rapper makes the song cry as he hopes for better days (“I know one day when they bury me, I go straight to black heaven”), while Keyshia sings the soulful hook: “I know you’re smiling down on me / In black heaven / Thinkin’ of you until the day we meet again.”The song can be found on Boosie’s album Touch Down 2 Cause Hell, which drops May 26. His first album since 2010’s Incarceratedalso features Chris Brown, Rick Ross, and Rich Homie Quan.

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

New Music Alert: Michael Watts Presents D Boss’ “2 Real 4 Radio Vol. 4″


2 Real 4 Radio Vol. 4 has arrived to brighten your week and it’s chock full of the best that Houston has to offer. As usual, D Boss delivers twelve solid tracks of the straight, no-nonsense H-town trap talk that has kept him on everyone’s list as a front-runner for the past year, mixed with a list of features that no real Houston mixtape would be complete without. That list includes Slim Thug, Paul Wall, Doughbeezy and J Dawg. And, because it’s Houston, you can expect a chopped up and slowed down version done by Mr. Watts himself to pop up in the very near future. Next up for D Boss is his upcoming solo project and, don’t forget to stay tuned for the next episode of Trap Talk Tuesdays.

Skrewtape - "Verified"

Coming off of his last release Everything's Awesome and working with Freddie Gibbs, Evidence, Vinnie Paz, Ed O.G. & Chuck D, Vanderslice teams up with New Jersey's finest Skrewtape. "Verified" is the lead off of Smuggle Rap which can be purchased here: It's a collection of drug infused street music, with a feel for the 1980's. Boat chasing, night stalking, pimpin', pandering, and more for your listening pleasure. The visuals provided by Wayne Campbell, the music provided by Vanderslice & Green Steez, and more bars than you can wave a stick at from Skrewtape. You don't want to miss "Verified."


This is the official brand new single from Ray J featuring the one and only Lil Wayne.  The song is called "Brown Sugar" and we believe it has the potential to be Ray J's biggest song to date.  DJ's make sure you download this one right now.  We are the ONLY company to send out the official clean and dirty versions of the record.  Shout out to Vibe, XXL, VH1, Global Grind, HipHopEarly, HotNewHipHop, Rap-Up, Complex, AllHipHop, SingersRoom and all the other websites and blogs that are already supporting the single.  Video coming soon!!!




Monday, May 18, 2015

Jay Z Tells Spotify, Youtube “I’m Not Your Slave and Reunites with The Roc!

This past Saturday (May 16th) Jay-Z held his Tidal exclusive concert in New York City. The concert where he preformed his B-side tracks and B-sides are the songs that were not meant for radio or not promoted as such. Basically for Jay-Z fans he preformed his really good stuff. Songs such as ‘D’evils’, ‘U Don’t Know’, ‘Where I’m From’, ‘Friend of Foe’ and many other classic Jay songs. Hov also kept it classy with a moment of silence for the late and great B.B. King, first playing a portion of ‘The Thrill is Gone’.

The icing on the cake for many was when Memphis Bleek, Beanie Sigel, Young Gunz and Freeway all hit the stage and simultaneously ending any beefs that had previously existed. This was the first time in over a decade since they all got together since the break up of Roc-a-fella records. Dame Dash and Kanye West were not there but it did not take away from the emotional moment for many. The guest list did not end there; Jeezy, Jay Electronica and Just Blaze also came out preformed as well.

While seeing The Roc united was a great moment, it was not the only talked about one. Jay-Z started freestyling and there were some very interesting lyrics. It is probably the closest to a Kanye West rant we may ever get from Jay.

“Don’t ever go with the flow, be the flow
And I don’t need no middle man to talk to my ni**as
I understand if you don’t understand, I figure I’m Jigga
That’s where we differ
I take what’s mine, you accept what they give you, I get you
I don’t take no checks, I take my respect
Pharrell even told me go with the safest bet
Jimmy Iovine offered a safety net
Google dangled ’round a crazy check
I feel like YouTube is the biggest culprit
Them ni**as pay you a tenth of what you supposed to get
You know ni**as die for equal pay right?
You know when I work I ain’t your slave right?
You know I ain’t shucking and jiving and high-fiving, and you know this ain’t back in the days right?
Well I can’t tell, how the way they killed Freddie Gray right?
Shot down Mike Brown how they did Tray right?
Let them continue choking ni**as,
We gon’ turn style, I ain’t your token ni**a
You know I came in this game independent, right?
Tidal, my own lane, same difference
Oh ni**as is skeptical about they own shit
You bought nine iPhones and Steve Jobs is rich
Phil Knight worth trillions you still bought those kicks
Spotify is nine billion and they ain’t say s–t!
‘Lucy you got some ‘splaining to do’
The only one they hating on look the same as you…
That’s cool, I know they trying to bamboozle you
Spending millions on media trying to confuse you
I had to talk to myself, ‘Hov you used to it’
It’s politics as usual”

Naturally he transitioned into his song ‘Politics as Usual’, but the tale of Tidal’s demise may be greatly over exaggerated if you let Jay-Z tell it. With reports that the new music streaming service Tidal is not doing very well, this freestyle may open eyes and challenge the consumer to ask themselves bigger questions.

There does seem to be a double standard on those saying that Jay is just trying to make more money, but Nike and Apple are worth x times the amount more but continue to bring in money from the black community. YouTube is also known to be shady with how much a person really should be making off monetizing their views with their ad placements.

At the same time, Jay-Z and the other artist that co-own Tidal may also have greatly exaggerated how much music is worth in today’s market. When there is a free option to stream the same content, the sound has to be drastically better. While Tidal has the Hi-fi subscription option it is at $19.99 and the basic membership is $9.99 to hear the same quality as free Spotify or Pandora.

Overall, the B-side concert was one that many are going to remember and for that one night at least, we saw Jay take off the business hat as he brought old friends and preformed the songs that made him a rap legend. If this can give Tidal the extra momentum it needs is what remains to be seen. Who knows, there might be a Beyonce B-side concert in Houston coming where she brings out Destiny’s Child…with LeToya Luckett and Latvia 

Killer Mike Says Bill ‘O Reilly Is ‘Full of Sh*t’ and ‘Stupid to Link Violence and Hip-Hop’

Never one to shy away from controversy, Killer Mike was on HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher. The political show delved into Bill O’ Reilly’s absurd claim that the decline of Christianity is due to hip hop. In response Mike said:

I like Bill O’Reilly the character but I hate how white people take him so seriously,” Killer Mike said to Maher. “He’s more full of shit than an outhouse. I’m gonna go in a black club and see Bill O’Reilly with a stripper on his lap, I guarantee you that. He’s as fictional as those books he writes.”

In a comedic moment Killer Mike pokes some holes in Bill O’ Reilly’s statement by saying how black women are some of the most devoted people to Jesus. Even going to compare Jesus to Tupac Shakur.

“He was arguably a black guy, or at least dark,” he said. “Hung with a posse of homies, one of them was strapped with a knife. Went to war with the government, lost, like a lot of black guys do. And everybody loved him more after he died, like Tupac.”

In the show’s overtime segment, Killer Mike explains how Hip-Hop began as an alternative for violence. Also admitting it has gone off the rails a bit, but breaks how stupid it is to link the two.

“All these kids that were kind of the fallout kids of the Black Nationalist movement, Civil Rights, poor white people’s movement, Puerto Rican Nationalism movement – they had street gangs in New York, in the Bronx, that were just essentially burned out. At some point in the very late ’60s, early ’70s, these kids were like ‘We’re going to come up with our own peace treaty.’ They came up with their own peace treaty, decided that, ‘We aren’t going to engage in violence.’”

Thankfully, he also reminded that rap music is not hip-hop but only a pillar to what the culture really is. In another part of information rarely put in perspective is how hip-hop artists stimulate the economies in the areas they come from that never would have been otherwise.

“At our core, hip-hop, every time you see a successful rapper, you’re seeing a job creator in the community. Jay Z has provided hundreds of jobs and created dozens of millionaires and it’s changed the economy in places it wouldn’t have. OutKast in Atlanta, personally changed the economy in the last twenty years.”

Of all the violent acts that are committed in this world and the reasoning behind them, hip-hop is one of the last things pundits like Bill O’ Reilly need to worry about. Of course he will likely spin this on his show sometime this week. As long as rappers like Killer Mike are around to articulate those that do not understand then hip-hop will be in a good place.

But in other news today, a shocking report was released by which reported that Fox’s big mouth also was accused of brutally beating his former wife back in 2010. According the reporter, Bill O’ Reilly dragged then wife MaureenMcPhilmy down a flight of steps by her neck and his young daughter was a witness to it. Good thing he is not trying to blame that too on hip hop.

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Friday, May 15, 2015


Snoop Dogg, Snoop Lion, Snoop Doggy Dogg or simply Calvin Broadus has sustained a longevity that is amazing in hip hop. The man knows how to reinvent the wheel but he always has a certain style that just works. For Snoop it tends to be funk music and working with Pharrell Williams. The two have mega hits together, who does not remember ‘Drop It Like It’s Hot’? The idea that this album Bush was entirely produced by Pharrell got fans excited for what they would hear. The results are somewhat mixed.

Being Snoop’s 13th album, an accomplishment in itself, is heavily influenced by funk sounds and some 70s style R&B. Those are the type of songs Snoop is tailored made for and the production is amazing, so what is missing from this project? Well it seems to be the lack of actual rhyming. Snoop Dogg spends the entire album singing really. While he does not have an unbearable singing voice like Eminem does, having the album being Snoop Dogg and the Funkettes just misses the mark of what it could have been. The lack of collaborations with rappers makes this clear since the guest appearances are the only time you get hear any rapping. T.I., Kendrick Lamar and Rick Ross appear on Bush as well as Stevie Wonder, Gwen Stefani, and Charlie Wilson. The way Snoop balanced out his guests with rappers and singers is the same way this album should have been approached with himself.

This is not to say that Bush is bad but just underwhelming. There are of course standout tracks; ‘I’m Ya Dogg’, ‘This City’ and the single ‘Peaches and Cream’ are easily enjoyable. What hurts the album is also what arguably makes it work, the cohesiveness. It is so cohesive with Pharrell being the executive producer that it all begins to sound the same. With only ten tracks total they all blend together making it hard to really like one more than the other. Bush’scritical error is believing there is no such thing as too much of a good thing. This CD is going to have its fans, especially anyone who is a product of the 70’s the way Snoop and Pharrell are.

In a way its the perfect Snoop Dogg album for the point he is in his career. Snoop does create a very feel good vibe that could sit down and enjoy, especially if you partake in the same recreational activities as Snoop. It is going to be great for cookouts and pool parties, but once the summer is over, Bush’s may not get much time in rotation.


Quiet is not a word usually associated with Meek Mill. Since his release from jail back in December of last year he has been relatively that. Possibly focusing much attention with his main chick Nicki Minaj, which is damn good way to occupy time, but Meek is back spitting some fire over Drake’s ‘Energy’.

With the signature Funk Flex intro and bombs, Meek Mill brings plenty of energy as he airs out haters with his hard bars and unmistakable flow. His sophomore album Dreams Worth More Than Money, said to be near completion, should be impressive if this is any indicator.

He’s Reaching or Naw? Bill O’Reilly Blames Hip-Hop for Decline in U.S. Christianity

Fox News Host Bill O’Reilly is officially blaming Hip Hop for the decline of religion in youths in the United States. According to Pew Research, there has been a decreased number of Christians since 2007 but there is no statistical connection of rap music being the cause like Bill O’Reilly is stating.

“The rap industry, for example, often glorifies depraved behavior. That sinks into the minds of some young people – the group that is most likely to reject religion,” O’Reilly said.

He claims that the country is changing for the worse because of the lifestyle that today’s youth have embraced is more violent like the strong move to legalize marijuana, and poor leadership in the music industry.

“The country is changing for the worse. That’s why the upcoming election is probably the most important presidential vote of our lifetime.” he says.

O’Reilly believes that hip hop’s influence on pop culture is the reason for atheism, when there is no evidence to support his argument.

O’ Reilly still believes that “Gangster Rap” is the most popular sub-genre in hip hop; this is not the 90’s, today we see artist release albums like “To Pimp A Butterfly” by Kendrick Lamar.

GS BOYS coming back again with another hit single so stay tune

GSB/GSBOYZ R&B, Hip-Hop influences, in Dallas Texas and raised in Arlington, Texas, GSB burst onto the music scene in 2008. They had everyone from grade school to grandparents doing the “Stanky Legg.” Their YouTube sensation turned Billboard and BET mega hit, put these three teens from Dallas on the map in a big way! DK along with Slizz, and Marc D danced their way across the Dirty South to LA to New York City to make a wave of popularity generated by the hit single. But long before “Stanky Legg” and their follow up hit single “Booty Dew” began climbing the hip hop charts, GS BOYZ 2007 had local hit songs. 
GSB love for music began to take root over the years.This dedication and commitment to there passion for music led to word getting out around they're school. So they were eager to put there skills to work, and soon the band began performing at teen clubs and parties around the Dallas/Fort Worth area. GSB local hits included “Twisted”, “He Don‟t Deserve You”, “First Time”, and their first club hit, “Hit the G-Spot”, which spawned the group‟s name Them G-Spot Boyz, which was later changed to the GS Boyz and Now They go by GSB/ GSBOYZ. With the enormous popularity of dance tunes, like Soldier Boy‟s “Crank that,” the group of three set about creating their own signature move, and like that, “Stanky Legg” was born.

Street buzz on the song led to some of Dallas' top radio personalities taking an interest in the band, and they began playing the song in heavy rotation on K104 and 97.9 The Beat. The GSB did their first music video for “Stanky Legg” and posted it to YouTube in the summer of 2008 and within two months, the song had over a million plays. Music luminaries from Drake to Snoop Dog were immediately interested in learning how to “Do The Stanky Legg.” 

With the help of K104 renowned DJ Ay Bay Bay, the band was introduced to hip-hop icon Yung Joc, who signed the band to his entertainment label Swagg Team. This led to a recording contract with Jive and they became the first artists signed to Jive subsidiary Battery Records. The whirlwind had officially begun! The single reached the Number 1 spot of BET's 106 & Park Countdown and held the top spot for five weeks! They were also invited to perform at the annual Rip the Runway event along with T.I., Keri Hilson, Bobby Valentino and other top hip-hop and R&B artists. They reached the pinnacle of their success as entertainers when they received a nomination for Best Group at the 2009 BET Awards. 

As of  2014, the three have been working on they're solo projects. No mater what, they have always kept in-contact with one another after the break up. After seeing Yung Joc on Love and Hip Hop, they felt like they're story needed to be told. So they decided to join back together as a group, and show the world what really happened through they're passion for music. Now they are back strong as ever. 

In addition to exclusively writing and talent, this young force in the industry is actively involved with the GSB upcoming project. The group currently consists of “Decory Kenner” aka DK, “Keithian Cherry” aka SLIZZ, and  “Marcus Dinkins” aka Marc D. The three continue to create and perform together as they carry on as GSB/ GSBOYZ. 
For GSB/GSBOYZ, music is there destiny and whatever path it leads them down is the one there heart and soul must follow.

R.I.P. to the KING of Blues, Mr. B. B. King

King, known for his hits Lucille, Sweet Black Angel and Rock Me Baby, died in his sleep in Las Vegas.

Born in Mississippi, King began performing in the 1940s, going on to influence a generation of musicians, and working with Eric Clapton and U2.

Once ranked as the third greatest guitarist of all time, he had been suffering ill health in recent months.
He was recently taken to hospital with a diabetes-related illness.

A former farmhand, King was awarded his 15th Grammy award in 2009 for his album One Kind Favor.

He was also inducted into both the Blues Foundation Hall of Fame and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Rolling Stone magazine placed him behind only Jimi Hendrix and Duane Allman in its list of the 100 greatest guitarists of all time.

Until recently, King performed in at least 100 concerts a year.
'Heartfelt vocals'

He fused together both jazz and blues on his beloved guitar, a Gibson ES-344 he lovingly dubbed "Lucille".
In the early part of his career, he played to exclusively black audiences, but his heartfelt vocals and undeniable talent saw him embraced by a much broader fanbase as time went on - touring Europe and topping the charts.

Younger musicians such as Clapton and Steve Miller, who admired his work, introduced him to a new generation of fans in the late '60s with hits like The Thrill is Gone.
Albums such as Live at County Cook Jail and BB King in London followed.

His career was reignited in the late 1980s when he duetted with U2 on When Love Comes To Town.
At the turn of the millennium, aged 75, he once again achieved major commercial success with the Eric Clapton collaboration Riding With the King.

"King's is now the name most synonymous with the blues, much as Louis Armstrong's once was with jazz," critic Francis Davis wrote in his 1995 book The History of the Blues. "You don't have to be a blues fan to have heard of King."