Featuring Raheem Davaughn
Soca 2018 EP.
Enjoy the Journey... Hip Hop and R&B Journey
Originally from Southern California, but residing in Fayetteville, Arkansas, Hastings has been breaking into her music career full time for over a year now. She is under G3S Management in which she recently got booked to perform at the 2018 Arkansas Summer Jam on Friday, August 3. This will be her first live performance.
Summer 2018 Ep.
Being from Jamaica, Overlord has seen some things but that's just one portion of him. Using all that he learned back home he brought his flow to the states and began making a name for himself. Releasing his project entitled “Nightmare on Eight Killy” you will get a sense that its a different style of music not really from the states but adapted to fit the style that he loves and wants to bring to others.
Link to Episode: The Come Up
peaking to Moon we get a sense of not really knowing what our passion is until it hits us in the face. He started off as a mechanic but he didn’t really care for the job after a while then he gets into acting school which turned out to be the best thing that happened to him. He brakes down how acting school helped him come out of his shell to become the person he is today. Collaborating with others and understand the different vibes that are around him can have a huge influence on the way you live your life. Moon went from mechanic to acting to music production to artist. Now he is an entertainer taking on all those experiences and skills he has gained into the music that he creates today either in the booth or on the laptop producing beats. I would say the biggest takeaway from this episode is you will go through a journey of self discovery changing different occupations but you have to know that it’s okay to have a change of pace. When things are ready to present themselves they will.
Link to Episode: Looking Up At The Stars
Some of us don’t know the struggle of growing up in unfavorable circumstances but we do see it all around us. People going through living on the streets, no lights on in the house, kids not having the proper housing, and bullying. We sit down with KSNOW who let us in on the scene around St.Louis while understanding to grow through the struggle. KSNOW didn’t have family support for his rap career in the making but he did have the people around him that he can call family and every since then its been up from there. Of course there has been bumps in the road but it’s all about taking it one step at a time like our friend KSNOW is doing and not letting anyone or any struggle get in the way of the goals that he wants to achieve.
KSNOW now goes by the name of Twophones. You can find him at the links below.
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