Monday, May 14, 2018

[NEW ALBUM] SR3MM "RaeSremmurd" | @RaeSremmurd

New Album from Rae Sremmurd: SR3MM

The wait is finally over! Rae Sremmurd’s highly-anticipated third studio album, SR3MM, is now available. Debuting in 3 parts (Jxmtro, SR3MM and Swaecation) & totaling 27 tracks, each side offers their own unmistakable unique vibe, which is perfect because Summer is right around the corner!

Hailing from Tupelo, Mississippi, the brothers went from abandoned houses to house parties to number 1 hits & selling out shows! And lately, this duo has been popping up all over the radar. From features to new original tracks, Rae Sremmurd (pronounced Ray--Shrim--er) is remaining relevant by being consistent.

Released on May 4, 2018, SR3MM has entered the Billboard 200 chart in the Top 10. The Rae Sremmurd duo racked up 56,955 total album equivalent units (5,157 in pure album sales and a streaming count of 73,597,207), landing the triple-release project in the number 6 slot. SR3MM is the follow-up to 2016’s SremmLife 2, which debuted at number 7 upon its initial release. So it's progress from the first album because they debuted a spot higher upon initial release for SR3MM than they did for SremmLife 2. And progress is always a plus.

There were a few doubts when critics found out the Sremm- brothers were going to release a triple album. However, I believe the duo put the critics to rest when it finally released. With tracks like "Close" (ft. Travis Scott) and "T'd Up", which is actually their next single, critics have quietened since its release. It goes without showing that you can't judge a book by its cover...or in this case, an album!

Each side consists of 9 tracks (on the track list pictured above). Jxmtro's side has features from artists like Zoe Kravitz, Pharrell, Trouble, and even his brother lends his vocals on a track. While Sway's side--Swaecation, only has one feature: Young Thug on his track "Offshore". We all know what these two can do when they get together...are you excited to hear the solo projects they've released?

Let me know in the comments what you think about the release of SR3MM & what your favorite track is off the album. Thus far, I'd have to say my favorite is "Close" ft. Travis Scott, but "Bedtime Stories" ft. The Weekend is definitely starting to grow on me.

Well, be sure to follow these guys on Twitter & Instagram. And you can get your copy of SR3MM here from iTunes and here from Amazon. You can preview the album below & then let me know in the comments which song you're hoping the duo releases as a single next.

Thanks for stopping by & I hope you enjoyed the content. What album release are you excited for this year? Drop it in the comments & we'll review it once it releases.

Until next time...

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Rachel Marie
Entertainment blogger, The Underground Artistry
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Minneapolis Hip-Hop Artist, REEL Smoovv teams up with the crooner, Traiveon Dunlap on debut single, "Groovy in a Hooptie"

  When you're a rebellious, educated and enlightened liberator, the world is at your mercy. This saying holds true for Minnesota rap artist, REEL Smoovv, born as Johnny Watkins.

In Minneapolis, there's a unique brew of artists including the late Prince, The Time, and The Soul Asylum; among others. As an artist, Smoovv has a rich history to look upon and encapsulate everything great about the Minneapolis Sound. As a child, listening to R&B legends like The Temptations, Sam Cooke, and Frankie Lymon gave him an insight of great music.

"As I got older and involved in Hip-hop, I grew fond of artists like Nelly, DMX & Outkast. Outside of hip-hop, it was Bob Marley, Peter Tosh & Erykah Badu."

In 2013, REEL Smoovv's hip-hop career began with a rap collective called "Flood The Basement" and featured on their “Whatchu Want” project. Later that year, he released two solo projects entitled “The REEL Revolution” and “REEL Smoovv's Summer Jams.” Shortly after "Flood The Basement" disbanded in 2014, REEL Smoovv joined the Mill City Collective & released his third solo project entitled, "REEL Smoovv's 31st Groovvs." This album helped identify him as a real artist with crafty metaphoric content. In 2015, the "Deeply Rooted Tribe" was formed along with two other Mill City Collective artists (FreshVs Sellers & RAW Toon). The group delivered the compilation project, "Low Eye Rise" which featured the lead single, "Tribe Supply." Since that release, REEL Smoovv has been working on a new project with the Tribe; as well as his solo project.

"Hip Hop has the most prominent platform out of all music genres & not enough people use it to promote positivity or even realize the power they have as an artist to shift the dynamic of things."

As an artist with direction, Smoovv has opened up for mainstream artists like The Migos, Curren$y, Bone Thugs and Harmony, Nappy Roots, 50 Cent, Naughty By Nature, The Game and Krayzie Bone; just to name a few. REEL Smoovv possesses characteristics of a self-effacing, reserved, laid back individual with an associates degree. But, with a microphone in hand, he takes on the stage with lyrical content and commands the attention of those in his presence. His latest single "Groovy In A Hooptie," proves that he is a contender in the hip-hop world.

All in all, REEL Smoovv is ready to deliver his message and help change people lives. Let the revolution begin!
Ms. Carmen 

Friday, May 11, 2018


Nola's very own, Rebirth releases the visual to latest single, "Found My Way"


New Orleans native, Pastor and Christian Hip-Hop artist, Andy "Rebirth" Pellerano shows who he represents as a leader in a nationwide ministry. The video "Found My Way" shows his journey in his ministry. 

In spite of the adversities of life, Rebirth has a phenomenal testimony of the amazing grace, glory, wrath, and miraculous power of God! Andy's roots began in the West Bank region of New Orleans which later sprouted all over the metropolitan area from the Westbank to the Eastbank. His parents are of Latin descent- the mother from Honduras and father from Cuba with Sicilian roots.

"Rebirth" is a Husband, and father of 4 with one on the way. His many accolades include a 2x nominee for a Nola Gospel Award, 2018 Nola Gospel Rap Artist Of The Year and "Church In The Streets" Reality show star that airs on WHNO. Also, he is the President of his national ministry called One Accord.
“If I had 300 men who feared nothing but God, hated nothing but sin, and were determined to know nothing among men but Jesus Christ and Him crucified, I would set the world on fire.” ~ John Wesley
Before turning his life over, Andy was a member of The Almighty Latin King Nation. During his teenage years, he experienced the initiation process and his first felony arrest at 13. Eventually, leading to a first-degree attempted murder charge at the age of 17. Andy served eight years and two months in prison. This pattern would continue throughout his life until he submits unto the will of God.

On December 6, 2011, Andy's son, Alexander Domingo Pellerano was born. This day would be bittersweet; his beautiful baby boy was born with PKD a terminally ill kidney disease. Prison never changed him. However, this did. This was the broken state when he called on the Lord.
“I prayed while blind to the indulging dark underworld of New Orleans. I hit rock bottom, I had no choice; but to submit.”
Rebirth knew that the devil and his demons used him, committing senseless crimes was the game, along with worldly hip-hop. Now, he is traveling from state to state, sharing his testimony - both through music and spoken word! He owns a variety of culture that's heard through his music. His distinctive style delivers soul-penetrating hardcore punchlines. His context derives from a streetlife persona in which he refuses to give the devil ground or glory.

Andy "Rebirth" Pellerano is an Apostle to the streets that have spoken throughout this nation. Also, he ministers to juvenile facilities, outreach programs, along with concerts in high crime areas! His anointed mission is the most requested artist outside of the country!
Be on the lookout for the rising Evangelist spreading the message of love in a town near you!
Photo credit 1 Vision Production @1visionproduction
FACEBOOK: Personal Page
One Accord Ministries FB Page
Twitter: @AndyRebirth 
Photo credit 1 Vision Production @1visionproduction


Chicago's very own, Big Homie Flash releases his debut single, "Posted in Da Trap" from his forthcoming EP, Hood Chronicles: Life in a Flash Edition. Be sure to connect on social media outlets @BigHomieFlash.

 Stay tuned!



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Ms. Carmen - Platinum Voice PR

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

{ INDUSTRY NEWS } @MeekMill Released from Jail

Meek Mill Is Released From Jail Today

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In a recent update, it seems as if Meek Mill's legal battles have paid off as he is officially released from jail as of today, April 24th. Reportedly, Kevin Hart visited Mill earlier Tuesday [today] & was informed that he'd be released today. Hart took to Twitter & the news went viral.

According to WTTV news, a 'Pennsylvania Supreme Court ordered a lower court to release Mill immediately' after finding that one of the arresting officers was on a proven list of 'corrupt officers'. In addition, WTTV states that 'Mill will be out on unsecured bail while appealing a 10 year-old drug & gun' case.

For those who do not know the extent of the charges and why Mill was convicted in the first place, allow me to offer some enlightenment:

In 2017, there was an instant in March where Mill was involved in a 'airport brawl' and later in August he was reportedly arrested for 'reckless endangerment'. However, both of these cases were dropped by the presiding judge over the cases. Continuing to state that Mill had still violated his probation, which he had been on from a previous drug charge before these two initial instances, even though the cases were dropped. In the event of his violation of probation, he was sentenced to a 2 - to - 4 year sentence.

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Nonetheless, this is good news for the Wins and Losses rapper, as he can now pick his career up where he left off and start the rebuilding process.

Upon his release, he took to Twitter to thank 'God, family, friends, & attorneys', among others such as 'Jay-Z, Micheal Rubin, fans' and more. He relates the last 5 months to being a 'nightmare' and that everyone's 'prayers, visits & calls' helped him remain positive. Going on to state that he will utilize his platform to bring awareness to an unjust justice system and understands that he is blessed to 'have the resources to fight this ... situation'. He also noted that "many people of color across the country don't have that luxury", in which fuels his plan to use his platform as a way to shine a light on those issues.

In the meantime, Mill reports he will be working closely with his legal team to 'overturn ... unwarranted conviction' and he's looking forward to 'reuniting with family & resuming [his] music career'.

I, for one, am glad he is going to utilize his platform to showcase the unfairness of what is supposedly a just system for everyone. I am looking forward to seeing how he manages to fight this battle with, maybe, some new music on the horizon that portrays the horrors & offers subsequent solutions.

If you're like me, you appreciate when an artist uses a platform they have to do good. To make unheard situations heard & bring light to issues others are trying to keep in the dark. So, kudos to Meek Mill & the rest of the artists doing the same.


Thanks for reading. For more information on Meek Mill's release, you can visit the website that assisted me in creating this update: WTTV 4 News. And be sure to follow Meek Mill on Twitter @MeekMill to stay updated on his upcoming projects and how he plans on handling this newfound sense of enlightenment.

Until next time...

Rachel Marie

For more by this writer, visit her official Facebook page & be sure to check out her other blog, The Underground Artistry.

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In other music news, KXNG Crooked I has officially announced he'll be leaving the Slaughterhouse crew for good. And with Joe Budden retired & we rarely hearing from Joell Ortiz, the group's practically unheard of now. Consisting of the aforementioned & Royce da 5'9, Slaughterhouse was a hip-hop super group. They've been active since 2008-- until recently & we haven't heard much from the group itself since 2012 with Welcome to Our House.

Aside from a few features here from one or two of them; Royce has been more active than the rest of the crew from his last album release in 2017, Good vs Evil II: The Red Empire to his feature on King Los' Everybody's a B*tch, also featuring Hopsin, last year. Then there's his latest, Boblo Boat with J. Cole, which was released March 23rd this year and happens to be one of the singles from his upcoming album, Book of Ryan. Take a look at the video below & let me know what you think about it in the comments. And don't forget to let me know if you're looking forward to Royce's new album, Book of Ryan, which releases May 4th.

BOBLO BOAT | Royce da 5'9" ft. J. Cole

Nonetheless, KXNG Crooked I has announced his split from the group & this makes it official to the split of the group. Royce states he 'supports anything he wants to do' and Crooked went on to say that 'it's all love'. So, there's no animosity among the crew just different paths are being explored right now. And Crooked is supposedly releasing a solo album in the upcoming year, so that's something to look forward to in addition to Royce's Book of Ryan, set to come out later this year.

As for Ortiz, he still puts out a single here and there; jumps on the mic for rap battles & even does a few features. His last album was in 2016 when he released That's Hip-Hop, which was preceded by his album House Slippers in 2014. And as for an upcoming solo project, nothing has been announced and if there is a solo project in the works, I hope it's a collaborative with his Slaughterhouse crew. But, even if it's not, I'm pretty sure it will be one to own because Ortiz is a beast on the mic & in the booth

As for Joe Budden, he's claimed retirement & hasn't planned on releasing anything new anytime soon, at least not musically anyhow. He's been MIA on the music scene since 2016 when Rage & the Machine was released, which was preceded by All Love Lost in 2015. However, despite his retirement from music, we've never really been starving for content from Budden because his podcasts are posted weekly on YouTube. But, in addition to the podcasts, he currently just announced his new series on YouTube called "Pull Up", and you can catch the first episode below. It's basically like The View, but with men & not in a fancy setting. It's a basic luncheon with discussions of music, artists--like Tekashi 6ix9ine was spoken about in this episode--and he discusses other topics as well. Take a look at the first episode below, which features Charlamagne tha God, Maino, Casanova, & Wayno and then let me know what you think about it in the comments.


Despite the falling apart of Slaughterhouse, the crew still supports each other & Royce stated, 'their like brothers...all of them; I support everything they do'. Which is amazing. Most groups disband & you only hear animosity towards the members or one beefing with another, so I'm glad that's not the case here because I really like this group.

As for the proposed album, Glass House, which will be the entire group together again... maybe we'll get that one day. But, as for now, they're doing their own thing & I'm all here for it. Let me know what you think in the comments about Royce's new album, Budden's new YouTube series, and what you'd like to see from the rest of the crew.

Be sure to follow the crew on Twitter to remain updated on what they've got going on & what's coming up in the future for the crew, collectively as well as individually:

As usual, thanks for reading. You guys are awesome. Share the content & share your thoughts in the comments. Let me know what your thoughts are about the split of the group, their upcoming projects, and anything you'd like to tell me. Is there a story you'd like me to cover? Drop the comments below.

Until next time...

Rachel Marie

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Wednesday, April 11, 2018

[NEW MUSIC] B Cole "BANKROLL" | @BCole206

B.Cole is making his way into the upper echelon of the hip-hop world. Making noise just as the 12th man does in Seattle on a Sunday afternoon during football season. Cole finds himself going after the “Bankroll” quite hard in the new single.

“Bankroll” produced by Jordy Sam follows up the spark single “F’N Wit U” that still is picking up left and right on major platforms. To note that you’re “fucking with the winning team” tells you even more about how the Seattle artist is taking over 2018 so far with the song.

Could this be the summer of 2018’s new anthem? The push to become greater and go beyond is what answers that question! The high energy that B.Cole shows in his music is beyond most artists at his level. He proves that he is the champ and that losing is no option. Cole thrives and works daily to come out on top and sets an example for new artists in this age. When the game is crowded by mumble rap and obnoxious lyrics, Cole proves that real hip-hop exists. “Bankroll” isn’t just a record of “Money Making”, it’s motivation to move up in the world and that no matter your situation you can make a name for yourself. Cole is sure to be the hottest new artist of the year and he defines himself being #SelfMade because at the end of the day his lyrics prove he’s the best! With tracks such as “U Know It” “From Da Trap” and “F’N WIT U” Bankroll is just another banger that can be added to his vault of great hits! High energy and powerful vocal ability, the lengths that Cole goes to are impeccable. Artists dream of one day breaking the industry, and it seems B.Cole is on his way.


Radio Diaries: What is TuneIn Radio?

Radio Diaries: What is TuneIn Radio?

As you may know, not all radio stations are created equal. And the listeners aren't equal either. With the majority of people spending more times on their smartphones, AM/FM radio--though not obsolete--doesn't get as much play as it used to because most people own some sort of streaming subscription to an online radio station. And with the variety these stations come with, can you really blame them for converting? Although AM/FM radio does happen to be the most played format in cars due to some cars not being "connected"--basically meaning they come wi-fi enabled with internet radio stations built into the system or able to be connected via consumer's account profiles. And then you have the consumers who really can't afford the connected vehicles, so it limits their radio variety/choices. Despite that fact, however, still less than 10% of streamed audio comes from commercial radio like AM/FM. Not to mention, studies have disclosed that "by 2020, 75% of new cars are expected to be “connected” to digital services..." [read full article].*

Nonetheless, with most vehicles having access to auxiliary ports these days, people can now take their radio on the go via the usage of aux cords, which really changes the game even more because people can be listening to something at home and end up having to leave. So, instead of interrupting their streaming, they just hook up & go. How modern day is that? Cool, right?

There's numerous internet radio stations & streaming services to choose from and you can have a subscription to all of them if you'd like, whatever your preference.

Most of these have free subscription options, others you have to pay for in advance & then again on a monthly basis, such as Deezer, Amazon music, SiriusXM. However, Pandora, Spotify, iHeartRadio, & TuneIn have a free subscription option --though you'll have to deal with the occasional ad commercials--that can benefit those with tight budgets &/or those that just don't feel streaming/radio vices is something they want to invest their money in.

With so many options, which one do you pick? I'd recommend the TuneIn radio app [above] over any of the other services. You can get the app from any app store & download it for free. Not to mention, you get access to over 100,000 stations, including sports, news, music, podcasts. Any genre of music, any style: it's there. You can listen to your favorite programming for free live & on-demand.

You can even favorite a specific station in order for it to be first on the list when you open your app. When you close the app out & reopen it, your last station played will be the first one you see so you don't have to search for it all over again. Another reason is because I've had just about all of the services at one point, and the only one I've stuck with is TuneIn. It is the most convenient because it can truly be omnipresent: everywhere you are, TuneIn can be.

Despite the fact there's so many other services available, I will still continue to utilize my TuneIn radio app. For the iPhone/iPad users, you can get your app here from the iTunes app store. And for all other phones/devices, you can get the app from Amazon here.

When you download the app, be sure to check out some of the hottest stations: Platinum Radio is actually one of the stations on TuneIn & one of the main reasons I got the app to begin with; the hottest hip-hop & R&B from the fastest growing phenomenon on the net: Platinum Radio.

Not to mention, I actually host the morning show on Platinum Radio: Rise And Shine With Rae. (You can check that out here on Facebook & here on Instagram)

Well, I hope you enjoyed the info; I'm glad to have been a service to you. I hope you'll try the app & enjoy it as much as I have to keep it on your device(s).

And if you really would like to listen to Platinum Radio on TuneIn, just go here.

Thanks for 'tuning in'...until next time...

Rachel Marie 

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Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Bk Cashmere - Untouchable (Directed by Wolf Mobb Visuals)

Bk Cashmere Drops The First Single "Untouchable" off His New Project "10" Coming Soon...
Video Shot by Sincerely Scoob for Wolf Mobb Visuals

Saturday, March 10, 2018

YouTube's New Exclusive: Step Up: High Water

Step Up: High Water
Watch on YouTube Red Today!

Step Up: High Water

Everyone's favorite dance movie goes from the big screens to the small ones in YouTube's latest exclusive, Step Up: High Water. You've heard of the Step Up movies & probably have seen each of them. These movies intertwine some of the hottest dance moves with some of the hottest tracks.

The first Step Up movie debuted in 2006 & starred Channing Tatum & Jenna Dewan. Twelve years later, the Step Up franchise is still dancing to the beat & making people move right along with them, only in a different format. Not to mention, & I didn't know this until I researched the show, but Tatum & Dewan met on the set of the 2006 movie & in 2009, they got married. Now they're contributing producers for Step Up: High Water. And, adding to the dance series, the cast also does tutorial videos that show you how to do some of the most epic dance performances from the show. How cool is that?
Step Up: High Water (Cast photo)

Let's get to the coolest cast since Channing & Jenna:

Tal & Janelle: fraternal twins played by Petrice Jones & Lauryn McClain. After their mom gets arrested on drug charges in Ohio, they end up having to move to Atlanta to live with their Uncle Al, played by Faizon Love.

While dealing with being the new kids on the block, the twins get invited to a party being thrown by their neighbor, Dondre, played by Marcus Mitchell. In the midst of mixing & mingling, Janelle runs into one of High Water's own, Rigo--played by Terrence Green. He approached her & asked her to dance, which led to the unforgettable entrance of Poppy's character--Rigo's ex-- played by Kendra Oyesanya. Poppy & Janelle's run-in isn't exactly a pleasant one, which kicks off the rival between the two. The controversy starts the dialogue that offers Janelle the information she's been looking for: High Water is located in Atlanta.

Surprised by the news, she wants her brother, Tal to cover for her while she auditions for a spot in the school. The day of open auditions she runs into characters Odalie, played by Jade Chynoweth, & Davis, played by Carlito Olivero. Through auditioning, she meets the DJ, King--played by Eric Graise. She also meets the school administrator, Collette Jones, played by the beautiful Naya Rivera, & the founder of the school, Sage Odom, played by the infamous Ne-Yo.

I can't really disclose anymore information without actually giving away the show's most minuscule details that only one who watches the show would be able to know. I've watched the first four episodes, which YouTube Red allows: you can watch the first four episodes for free. However, to catch the rest of the show a paid subscription to YouTube Red is needed. The subscription is only $9.99 a month and well worth it. This show alone will make this purchase worth your wild.

To begin your subscription & start watching Step Up: High Water, click here. All episodes began streaming January 31st so you're not too far behind.

Not to mention, when you purchase the subscription to YouTube Red you can also play your videos offline. So, if you want to watch an episode later, after school, work, or whenever you get a free moment: you can. You can download the videos to a playlist created by you in order to watch offline whenever you feel like it.

I'm including the trailer for the show below; then, following, are the links to follow the cast members on Twitter & Facebook. Be sure to click the links to follow the cast & support the members of the show & the show itself.

I appreciate you visiting & reading up on the latest entry in the Step Up franchise & I hope you enjoy the show as much as I have. #KeepWatching


Main Cast Members:

Janelle -- Lauryn McClain -- FaceBook/Twitter
Tal -- Petrice Jones -- FaceBook/Twitter
Dondre -- Marcus Mitchell -- FaceBook/Twitter
Rigo -- Terrence Green -- FaceBook/Twitter
King -- Eric Graise -- FaceBook 
Poppy -- Kendra Oyesanya -- FaceBook/Twitter
Odalie -- Jade Chynoweth -- FaceBook/Twitter
Davis -- Carlito Olivero -- FaceBook/Twitter
Ms. Collette Jones -- Naya Rivera -- FaceBook/Twitter
Sage Odom -- Ne-Yo -- Facebook/Twitter

Step Up: High Water | Cast | Dance Intros

I hope you enjoyed the content. Be sure to follow the cast: they're amazingly talented artists & will definitely inspire you to get up & move. 

Subscribe to the show, #StepUpHighWater, on #YouTube here!


Rachel Marie

If you'd like more on this blogger, you can follow her FaceBook page or catch her on Twitter. You can also catch her other blog, The Underground Artistry on FaceBook or the official site here.

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