#NEW#HEAT#ALERT #charlottenc #trendsetter @jywaun drops uplifting #NEWHIPHOP #ADiamond and #imgoodnow #ft #DE'AVYANAYESHA
The intelligent and talented rapper and song writer Jywaun Williams was born and raised in the small town of York South Carolina where he began the start of what the game is now missing. Growing up Jywaun was raised mostly in a single parent home as a child. Like many young kids that grow up in single parent homes a lot comes with that; a lot of hardships and struggles. With no father figure present he looked up to his mother for guidance and life lessons. Jywaun was a very talented athlete, involved in sports from football to basketball and everything in between. However, this wasn’t the route the young and talented Waun wanted to take. At age 13 Jywaun became rebellious like many teenagers do and got involved with the wrong crowd. From then on things didn’t come as easy for the talented young man. He attended an institute where he played basketball with the some of the best and could even eventually make it out himself if he tried. But Jywaun had something else on his mind. Although he always had a passion for his music he put music aside and focused in on other not so good things. Unfortunately, the school scene there didn’t excite the young talente artist either. Slowly but surely the school idea drifted away and he ended up quitting at age 16. He decided that he would then try to pursue his rap career. Not knowing where this would lead him Jywaun continued to go down the wrong path and getting acquainted with the wrong crowds. He was a troubled teen that needed guidance and searched in all the wrong directions for it. Shortly after the birth of his first child, Jywaun was charged with multiple charges and faced a number of years in prison. Fortunately he beat his trial and was set a free man however several years later Jywaun found himself back in the same situation facing 15 years but this time with the Feds. Jywaun was fortunate to have good counsel and received 3 years in Federal Prison. Jywaun spent his days in prison writing music. He made a promise to himself that once he escape that hell hole of a life he had been living for years he would never return. Jywaun’s everyday life was a pen and his pad that never left his sight while locked up. When Jywaun was told his release date he got on his knees and thanked God and made a promise he would never return back to the streets. Jywaun admits once he returned home he realized the streets was all he knew but he also knew that his love and passion for music would take him straight to the top if he focused solely on his music. Jywaun’s confidence is so strong that he knows every time he put his pen to a pad it will be a BIG HIT SONG! Jywaun says this is it for him. He has no more time to waste. Jywaun says he has giving the streets so many of his good years the rest of his life is for the love of his music and he wants to share it with the world. Jywaun is now the CEO of Jy Productions.
@Atlwebradio #nowplaying #hotnewreggaeandrandb by @laralpheal #checkout #new singles #FeelTheLove and #dreamyeyes
NEW REGGAE DANCE TRACK IS CONTAGIOUS
Reggae dance artist, La’Ralpheal, has released his latest track ‘Feel The Love’.
Featuring contagious reggae beats, a pacey tempo and a catchy melody, the newest single from this artist is sure to draw attention.
The international recording artist is distributed through Megablast/RPM, Vpal Music and VPRecords, and worked with Producer Dee Ruggs on his latest release.
Manager Teddy Rainey said: “La’Ralpheal is one of the most explosive reggae dance artist to come out in the last three to four years. Megablast expects big things from La’Ralpheal.
‘Feel The Love’ has a vibrant, energetic, summer vibe with snappy vocals and a smooth synth sound. It’s classic Reggae meets chilled dance.
La’Ralphaeal added: “I’ve been working on this track for a while now, and I think we’ve created a really authentic sound that captures the essence of reggae music, while merging genres with dance beats.”
Working with various digital outlets (apple music, soundcloud google play, spotify, music itunes, and vp retailers) you can get current and previous releases from La’Ralpheal include ‘Help Me’ and ‘Dreamy Eyes’. Be on the lookout for the edm versions.
Find out more about La’Ralpheal through social media , , or contact management
#nowplaying @atlwebradio #brand #new #heat from @DarkHollowKamp #jonnycapone & #projectbabies entitled #microwave #tunein @tunein #tuneinorbetunedout
jonny capone ft project babies
Jonny Capone "Street Talk"
April 17th 2018This is one of the newest releases courtesy of Dark Hollow Kamp, and if you liked this artist’s last work, it’s guaranteed you’ll love this album. Reserve your very own copy ahead of time, and if you want to learn more about the recording process with this incredible artist, feel free to get in touch.
#NEWMUSICALERT #HEATSEEKER by @CYRUSSMITHMUSIC titled #BAGZ #NOWPLAYING #EXCLUSIVELY @ATLWEBRADIO #tuneinorbetunedout #hotnewhiphop
Multi-talented may not be a special enough word to describe, Cyrus “Cy-Fi” Smith. The youngest of three siblings, Cyrus knows how to make a statement on the football field and now he is poIsed to make a statement in the music industry. At the age of 11, his family moved from Los Angeles, California to Duluth, Georgia, a suburb of Atlanta, where he made his position as a running back look easy. Throughout middle school, Cyrus continued to work hard, show up and show out at every game! Two years in a row, he was selected to participate in the Diamond Youth All-American Bowl. This event brought together young phenom players aged 13 to 17 from around the country to participate in week long activities, which culminated in championship games. Cyrus was able to gain the respect of his fellow players and his coaches because of his love of the game and his “let’s do it” attitude. Even though Cyrus suffered a knee injury in his last appearance in the All-American Bowl, he prevailed with the support of his family. Cyrus worked hard with his trainers and doctors to come back and burn up the field. During his Freshman year of football at North Gwinnett High School, Cyrus scored an average of 2 touchdowns and ran for more than 100 yards each game. Cyrus had his first glimpse at what he could accomplish in the music world, when he teamed up with his brother and sister to record the song, “Shoes.” Cyrus added the flavor and youthful appeal to the song with his baritone voice and handsome dimples. Now at age 16, Cyrus has his eye on conquering the music world and he has something to say. His producers have positively commented on his work ethic and his willingness to learn. His music is edgy with clean vocals, which means his age demographic will surely be able to catch his vibe, but having a little swagger built in can’t hurt either. Whether it’s football or music, it doesn’t matter because this multi-talented young man has the chops that it takes to make success happen.
#NOWPLAYING #EXCLUSIVELY @Atlwebradio it's #georgiamusicgroups own @tski334 presenting the smash hit single #noneofmybizzness
My name is Terrence “Tski” Holmes – El 29 years of earth calendar years born and raised in Eufaula Alabama which singing on both sides of the family my mother and father net in the church singing together from there I was conceived 1988 July 12th my arrival date my mother says I’ve had a voice since I learned how to talk singing in the choir directing the youth choir singing at all of the family reunions events so I was known from my church but I ran from the church and ran to the streets from age 11 to 16 I was always in the juvenile facility violation of probation truancy neglecting my education and coming from a church background singing is all I knew but I was a huge Michael Jackson fan and I had a big imagination so any time I watched him I envisioned myself entertaining the crowd just as big as he did my folks are Christians so we all could listen to was gospel music one of my favorite groups was the Canton Spirituals, Commissioned to Boyz II Men Brian McKnight Gladys Knight no Pips just a little dip make sure it’s queso I got my first guitar after watching La Bamba but whenever I was bad in school my Grandma will take it from me around the 99 and the 2000 MTV came out with a video game call MTV music generator from there I learned how to play with loops and sounds to make my own beats and from there I grew I got introduced to Fruity Loops by image line and the rest is history I was 15 when I recorded my first album titled the “Beginning Of A Never End” my inspiration came from off the movie saw with the big dog Neverending Story what a coincidence I dropped out of school and took full control of my craft started flashing around the Dothan area working with any and every artist that had the same passion and ambition that I had that’s when I ran into Hometeam Family Dirty Boy Records Durte Frank White G4 and Rolling Hills on the Northside of Dothan my stomping grounds where I met one of the pioneer producers of the area Oop Bay he encouraged me told me to keep grinding and finding my sound started Mass recording and collborations with other great artists I started doing Open Mic nights at Champagne Lounge with a plus predominant promoter at that time for local artists she held an event every week called Wild Out Wednesday there I’m at DJ Casper from Hitman DJs build a relationship with l it took me to getting my song play during Rush Hour on 107.9 with DJ Greg Street in 2008 to doing some intern ship writing for up and coming artists meeting with boo from convict music having management deals on the table 2009 do in Tallahassee The Moon with TJ DJ’s Tastemakers Mixtape 2009 I dropped “Club Hoppin” with Rich Squad Ent. And did Tj DJ event and mixtape slot before T.J. Chapman stopped doing the recordpools at that time .
The same year done some ghostwriting with up and coming artist from Konvict Music had the opportunity to meet Boo akons brother almost had a deal but life had bigger plans for me .
I connected with with a brother who encouraged this personality you see before you Byron “Beefy” Beachem -El and I teamed up with his brother Orion “K-Dollar” Daniels and branded Georgia Music Group as a house hold name we done Cali Texas Florida and we ready for all 4 corners of the earth this a journey the whole world is waiting for
Now promoting my second mixtape 2018 I will be dropping 10 videos this year and it’s going to be the most talked about movement since 1928 A.D.
Project: Before and After V2 hosted By Tony Davis The DJ
Artist: T Ski