Atlanta, hip-hop’s southern home, hosted its ninth annual A3C (All Three Coasts) hip-hop music festival.  The festival brought together  artists and businesses from across the country. Read the full article

The entire DMV packed the M&T Bank stadium, home of the 2012 World Championship Ravens, in support of JAY Z & Justin Timberlake.  An evening with rain in its forecast did not stop the show nor did it detour a crowd of extremely excited fans.…

“Hard work always beats talent, if talent don’t work hard.” It’s a saying that is consistent with sports and music in today’s society and fortunately Baltimore MC TraCe-O possesses the proper balance of both needed to succeed in game. After showcasing and grinding throughout B-More…

Paul Rivers Bailey – Never Love Again Growing up between Queens and Long Island, Paul Rivers Bailey is no stranger to the art of storytelling. Never Love Again is a track about the overall sound of the punch drunk love of life. The fight that…

Hip-Hop was built on expression. Since its early 70’s birth in the Bronx, the culture has been about telling your story and allowing the masses to hear who you are, what you’ve been through, and what your life is like. Today I find myself sitting…

KAE Hock – Mama Said Fear of candor? STOP READING HERE. Mama Said is a “no holds barred” track in which KAE Hock (Kyle Hockaday) leaves absolutely no room for interpretation about who he is and what he wants. At the tender age of 9,…

Steven Eason is an adamant entrepreneur who doesn’t stop once his back is against the wall.

Applications are becoming a defacto tools in the music industry’s toolbox, with apps helping artists practice, record, promote and even split royalties.

NervEight, a music app that enables musicians to receive direct feedback from listeners, launched this past weekend with celebratory inaugural performances from 6 up-and-coming artists.

The mobile music app NervEight is now available for free in the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store. The private launch event on Dec 14th, 2012 in Manhattan, NY was a success.

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