Natalia Damini is one of the hottest artists to come out of South America. The 22 year old Brazilian has toured Brazil’s largest cities, including Sao Paulo, Rio De Janeiro ,Salvador, and many others. She was nominated for Best National Single in South America’s DJ Sound Awards and won Best Pop Artist at the award show last year.
Her debut album release “Beautiful” reached #16 on Itunes Music Pop Charts while her lastest EP release “Bad Girl EP”, debuted at #32. The album Beautiful includes features from Nicki Minaj, Gucci Mane, and The Shop Boyz.
Natalia has teamed up with Lil Wayne on his smash hit Can’t Stop Me which also features Rezzo. Natalia Damini is not only a highly popularized artist in her country of Brazil, but across the globe. Natalia is the first and only brazilian artist to have made a major impact in american music.
God, coming from the south side of Chicago is a 23 year old rapper with a message. After the success of his "Before The Bible" EP God received offers from Khaled, 2 Chainz, and a bunch of other major labels only to turn them down and remain Indy. Money block is the group God came from and there's plenty more within that family.
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The Dynamic Sounds Orchestra
The Dynamic Sounds Orchestra was the backing band for the Chi-Lites during the early 1970's. If you saw the Chi-Lites perform live anytime from around 1972 up until around 1978, you also saw and heard The Dynamic Sounds Orchestra. They traveled all over the United States and Europe with the Chi-Lites during that time. Several individual members of the band can be heard on some Chi-Lite songs that were produced during that time, and the entire band is featured on the last album, "Hot On A Thing", that featured all of the original Chi-Lites; Eugene, Marshall, Squirrel and Red. The Dynamic Sounds Orchestra is also featured on Lorrell Simon's album, "Mellow, Mellow, Right On", which was produced by Eugene Record. When Eugene Record left the group to go solo on Warner Bros. Records, some members of The Dynamic Sounds Orchestra participated on all three albums produced by Warner Bros.
The Dynamic Sounds Orchestra went into the studio to produce an album sometime around 1976-1977. However, before the project could be completed and shopped, the band disbanded. Shortly thereafter, the masters from the recording sessions were destroyed in a house fire. All that remained were some rough mixes on cassette tapes. Of course this was before the onset of digital music technology to the industry. Each member went their separate ways pursuing their livelihood. The break up was not a brutal one and the band members continued to stay in touch, reminiscing about the "good old days", not really focusing on the project that had been produced. As time went on, some members began to experiment with digital music. Percussionist Otis Gould, now married and living and teaching and playing in Atlanta, one day stumbled upon one of the rough mix cassette tapes and gave a listen. The material still sounded great and he began the process of digitizing the tracks. Although they were only two track mix downs, he was able, using Cakewalk and WaveLab, to began to enhance the tracks. They sounded good but were not broadcast quality. It was not until Otis switched from PC to MAC and began to use the Logic program that he was able to began to hear significant enhancements in the quality of the recording. Then, Logic X was introduced, along with several mastering templates, and the real magic began.
In the beginning, one real stumbling block was trying to shop material around to different record labels. Now, with the availability of companies like CDBABY and Disc Makers, the need for a record company has disappeared.
For those of you who are into the "old school" 70's sound, here is an opportunity to hear some great original material from that era. There is nothing sampled or sequenced on this project. Every note you hear was painstakingly recorded by a group of talented human beings. We felt this music had to be heard so the world would know that The Dynamic Sounds Orchestra had existed. Who knows what could have happened had things turned out differently early on. It was not to be then, it can be now. Hope you enjoy our delayed offering.
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Born Memphis TN, Frayser area by way of Atlanta GA. Young Memph has been influenced by artist such as Yo Gotti, Mr Bigs, The Isley Brothers, Lil Wayne, Jay-Z, Biggie & Tupac. Yet to date his greatest influence remains to be his sisters that taught him how to drop bars. Young Memph moved to Atlanta at the age of 12 and started recording at 13.
Memph states “he knew his music was good but not good enough” and started to make music all could enjoy, leaving out all profanity in his music. Not to say he has gone soft or lost his edge, his craft proves he can go bar for bar with the best of them with so much personality and distinctive swagger in his flow one can’t help but listen close for his next punch line or how Memph will deliver his next verse, while proudly holding his head high when his mother listens to his musical creations. Young Memphs new Single is Doin Da Most, just as the title states, hittin hard in the streets/clubs of Atl and Memphis getting heated up for Radio. Causing others to mimic and follow but there is only one Young Memph paving the way. Big up to Dj Blu The Street A&R providing Memphs first spin of Doin Da Most in Mansion Elion Atl. DJ Blu quote: “This is fire, people are fuckin with Doin Da Most on da first spin!!”