Artist Spotlight Archives
TI son, King, is following his father footsteps in music. He has a whole new single , and recently did his debut performance here in Atlanta at his Auntie Precious Homegoing Repast. Watch the video here.
R&B singer songwriter Charles Reed is up to something he’s dropping a brand new REEDmix every wednesday. He put his flavor on Lightskinn Keisha and B Smyth “Ride Good” and Blueface’s Hit Thotaina. Listen here
Check out the new female wu tang type of group, The Project Girls Club. The group has been a around for a minute and they are finally getting ready to drop this mixtape project with dope female doing their thing individual. The core of the group are Shanell from Young Money, Mika Means (artist and multi platium songwriter ) , D Woods (danity kane. The feature other dope females on the songs they drop. The first single features Princess Digital from Crime Mob. Check out the full interview here.
DC Young Fly is more than an acting , comedian fool , the boy can actually sing. He’s like a triple threat. He recently presented his lastest project “Trap Soul” in front of the Coalition DJs in Atlanta, GA. DJ Samore caught up with him to talk more about his music career and how he felt about the DJs digging his first love, music. He been singing before he was singing he said, but had to start selling …. Watch the interview here.
ATLANTA, GA – (November 26, 2018) – Singer/songwriter/ Kissie Lee releases her first CHRISTMAS EP titled “A Very Merry Kissmass”. A collection of traditional holiday songs remixed with an edgy rhythm and blues sound written by Kissie Lee and produced by Twan Da God /Big Zar released November 23rd 2018 on all digital music platforms via Suburban Misfit Ent./GVTA.
Former member of the group B2K, Raz B took a break from the good ole U.S. of A. and hit the streets of China, stayed seven years and now he is BACK! He returned to the States with club banger titled “Get it Low.” Reclaiming his music career by collaborating with them “East Side Boyz”. Now how did that happen? We were able to catch up with Raz B and Big Sam who said the following: