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While the inborn talent was there, where he is musically now is the product of four to five years of hard work, diligent songwriting, and long studio hours. He went through many different aliases and styles of music to get to where he is today, including nearly quitting music a few times after bands he was in failed. Then he was inspired by Lil Wayne’s song ‘No Ceilings’ and started writing raps that same week. Today he is fully on the music track and is happy with where he is headed.
His big break occurred early in 2016 while he was the cameraman for Palm Tree Ent. artist iLoveMemphis, who let the PTE CEO, Miami Mike, hear a single that he recorded with Daw$on called ‘Snap Chat Jumping.’ Miami Mike was amazed by Daw$on’s talent and signed him to PTE the next week. Since then Daw$on has been touring the country and promoting the single.
Believing in fate, Daw$on feels his success confirms that he is doing what he is supposed to be doing in life. His day job had been a hindrance to making music, with high stress and long hours. He randomly quit his job one day, with no plan of attack. Then fate intervened and he signed with Miami Mike a week later. The day job did leave him with one positive note though, as he penned the song ‘Workin’ the day after he quit. He considers it one of his most honest songs to date.
Daw$on’s musical tastes are broad. He listens to Jordan Hollywood, Alex Wiley, Ed Sheeran, and Earthgang. Of course, iLoveMemphis has been an influenced him. Daw$on’s newer music is a reflection of that influence, promoting positivity and getting listeners excited about life. His focus is to help people via his music, be it to get through a breakup, or to meet a personal goal. He is currently working on an album which he hopes will drop later this year.
Daja Marie has always had a love for music and continues to be exceptionally good at word play. She is a small town girl from Mario, IN but without the small town mentality. She has always been an excellent student, achieving awards, scholarships and landing solo and major parts in advanced choir. At age 16, Daja Marie began writing songs about overcoming obstacles that most teenagers typically don’t experience.
Raised by both her grandmothers and an aunt, she began developing an eclectic and broad outlook on life while being bounced from house to house. Her father committed suicide when she was seven years old and her mother succumbed to drug abuse shortly after, so she was never around to care for her only child. Daja Marie had to grow up very fast. She has always been ahead of her time. She became very adventurous as a teen and what most would call, the life of the party. She traveled, partied and constantly got into trouble, things that she writes about all too well in her music.
She was discovered musically when she was too young to know the business and she never received any credit or capital for use of her lyrics and musical talent. Since then, she has worked hard to receive the knowledge needed for the business side of the music industry. Today, she is still constantly traveling and gaining new experiences to increase her brand awareness and network with potential music partners as well as engage with her ever-growing number of international fans.
Daja is the current Fashion Editor for The Hype Magazine. She is determined to not stop there. Her songs have risen to the top of the charts from the United States and even to Africa. Her first single, “Daja’s Cold” dropped at the end of July 2013 and became successful. Most people say, “She’s like the female Snoop Dogg,” after listening to the track. Daja Marie released her second single “Bank Rolls Like Monopoly,” in the spring of 2014. She has recorded a numerous amount of songs in which she plans to have placed on A list celebrity albums and in movies.
Daja Marie’s songs reflect her personal stories and she leads a life of excitement that no one could dare dispute. You rarely hear of this girl doing songs full of profanity with no meaning. She believes that you are only as accomplished as the people around you and that your circle begins to change as you grow in life. She hopes to one day become the world’s top Fashion Editor and Songwriter, all the while being a great wife and a business owner.
Her ultimate goal is to be a role model for all the young ladies who have endured similar pain that she has felt. With her music you can relate, dance, laugh, and cry all at the same time. Daja Marie doesn’t sugar coat a thing! Nobody’s perfect but she’ll sure make you feel like making mistakes are learning experiences that you can sometimes do without or just laugh about later.
Her internal fortitude has enabled her to focus her energy on the positive as opposed to being crushed by the weight of these life-changing scenarios. Her music is the catharsis by which she has healed and now she is fully ready to share her life story with the world through song..
In 1999, Keli met Scott Ross (alias Scottie Gee), a former member of the platinum hip-hop group Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch, who agreed to assist her career. He coached her after school, acting as both manager and father figure. Soon he landed her a gig at the Strand Theatre in Boston, where she performed ‘Never Can Say Goodbye’, the Jackson 5 classic, in front of an all-black audience. She moved to Los Angeles a year later and landed a spot in a pop girl group, ‘Gyrlz Society’. Gyrlz Society was an American girl group comprising four members: Amy Correa, Melissa Tessmer, Tynisha Keli, and Katy Scanlan. The group released one single, the group’s only song “Respect Me”, along with a Double “D” Mix, which was produced by Damon Jones in 2002 under MCA Records. Although the single’s casing mentioned a self-titled Gyrlz Society album to be released “later this year” (2003), the album was canceled and the group quickly disbanded. From the beginning she knew that being part of a group was not her desire; she wanted to try it on her own. Before she got a major record deal, she recorded with Beau Dozier a few demos to send to record labels.
In 2003, being signed to Warner Bros. Records, Keli worked with Kara DioGuardi, a prominent songwriter/producer. She later started working with different producers including Bryan-Michael Cox, J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, Tha Cornaboyz, Robin Thicke, and Rico Love. The album was recorded from 2006 to 2008, and was released in Japan in early 2009. It debuted at number 12 at Japan Oricon Albums Chart and sold over 600,000 copies to date, which was a commercial success for Keli. The first single “I Wish You Loved Me” was released in 2007 and the video was released one year later in 2008. The single debuted in Japan at number 25 in 2009. The second single “Shatter’d”, released a few months later, is her first Top 10 song which peaked at number 5 in Japan.
In 2009, she covered the song “The Boy Is Mine” (originally sung by Brandy and Monica) with singer Beni Arashiro. Also in the same year, Tunisia appeared often in the 2009 film “Fame”.
She co-wrote the song “Powerless”, which was featured on the debut album ‘Exposed’ by R&B-Singer and Def Jam signed Kristinia DeBarge.
Tunisia Keli still continues her music career to date, with the release of “Inhale Exhale” and her second single “Romeo and Juliet”; both being released in 2015. On April 14, 2016 she released a new single called “Forget It All” on iTunes and other music services. During the course of her business relationships within the music industry, she met her current manager, Dr. William Harrison, and is currently working on her latest project, “The Chronicles of TK p. II”.
She was born in Ghana, raised and educated in the United States and United Kingdom, and currently reside and work in Stockholm, Sweden as Managing Partner of an International Business Development Consulting firm. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Philosophy, and a Master of Arts in International Relations and International Law.
Aside from entrepreneurship and business networking activities, Princess Erica is affiliated with several academic, professional, and social societies and charitable organizations, such as the American Pre-Law Association, American Political Science Association, American Philosophy Association, National Society of Leadership and Success, The American Club of Sweden, International Philanthropic Society, Stora Amaranthen Orden (The Grand Order of the Amaranth). she is the Royal Patron/Grande Dame of The Imperial Order of Culture and Peace; and Honorary Royal Member of The International Commission & Association on Nobility.
The Princess is very committed to her duties as Royal Ambassador, (in collaboration with the Ministry of Chieftaincy & Traditional Affairs, and the National House of Chiefs, for the promotion and preservation and sustainability of Ghana’s rich royal and cultural heritage through cultivation of strategic partnerships, and investment opportunities, not only for the Royal Institutions, but the Republic of Ghana in part, and in whole. She has been recently appointed as Ambassador at Large for the United Refugee Green Council (URGC), to be the global Consultant and Spokesperson on the Social Welfare and Food Security for the displaced/refugee women and children.
HRH Princess Erica has acquired experience working as a Volunteer Reporter for the United Nations Radio (English), and Chief Operation Officer of International Food Security Group, a Sustainable Development and public policy institution dedicated to monitoring global food aid and health security in developing countries in Africa, Eastern Europe, Southeast Asia, South America, etc.
The Princess actively supports charities and causes relating to children, women’s empowerment, Cancer, food security, and sustainability, and is a great admirer and advocate of the Arts & Culture.
I was always into music, from when I was younger, linking tape recorders & radios together to make my own make believe radio station to the point where I was just chopping & screwing with just tape players. Fast forward, I was bored one day & actually wanted to get into it full time, says Buck in an interview with The Hype Magazine
Buck was raised in Southaven, Mississippi and attended Mississippi Valley State University where he played defensive tackle, and later graduated from Delta Tech in 2014. Buck describes himself as a work machine, a music lover, and a producer of sounds. His taste in music is wide ranging, including Blake Shelton, Luke Bryan, Florida-Georgia Line, Taylor Swift, Kanye, Kendrick, J. Cole, Miley Cyrus, Justin Derulo, Drake, and Rihanna. Some of the local bands that have caught his ear are, Money Bagg Yo, Dolph, Gotti, Big Mota, The Real Glam, Daw$on, Tovie Smalls, G.R.I.P. Stars, and D. Magnum.
Buck has exceptional talent and a massive span. He is currently working on increasing his abilities in engineering, mixing, and mastering. He is also a rapper on the side, but that is not his main focus. His beats caught the attention of music executive Miami Mike, and he was immediately signed to the record mogul’s indie label PTE (Palm Tree Entertainment). Buck then produced the platinum hit “Hit The Quan” for ILoveMemphis, also known as ILoveMemphis, which lead to a production deal with Warner Chapel, the home of Jay-Z, Beyoncé, Rihanna, Wiz Khalifa, Lil Wayne, and many more well-known artists.
When looking for artists to produce, Buck seeks talent, work ethic, consistency, and dedication. He looks for that edge that makes an artist hot and finds ways to twist it to keep it fresh, while maintaining their original style. The number one prerequisite in his clients, though, is that they make good music.
When not working the music scene, Buck is a full-time college student majoring in business administration. He also plays minor-league football for the Memphis Panthers. His intriguing nickname came in part from his dad, who dubbed him ‘Buck’ for his teeth, and ‘Nasty’ was added later by a high school football teammate.
Travis, born in 1995 as Tre’von Travis in Rochester, NY, began writing songs with his sisters and cousin as well as performing for family and friends who consistently requested he perform at family functions and events. His performance abilities and musical arrangement skills grew and, along with his experience in a church choir, fostered his desire to take his talent outside of the walls of his comfort zone. He began entering local talent shows while strengthening his instrumental prowess as an accomplished saxophone player.
It wasn’t long before he was wowing his high school classmates with epic assembly performances and capturing their hearts as first chair saxophonist throughout high school. It all culminated in a smash vocal performance at his high school graduation. Graduating with honors, Travis now attends Georgia State University where he’s studying criminal justice.
This talented artist is just getting started. He’s currently in the process of booking performances to keep him busy and in the public eye.
Travis Daniel is making his mark on the world and encourages others to do the same, regardless of the type of talent.
Mil Tickit release his debut album entitled “Street Money” independently, summer 2015 with two smash singles, “All I C I$ Doe” Ft. Yung Cini and 2-K Pharaoh – Mil Tickit – “Let Me In.”
Mil Tickit earned 3 Grammy Awards for his work on the Best Rap Album of the Year with Ludacris, Single of the Year with Lil Wayne for the track “A Milli,” and Album of the Year with Lil Wayne, including a Grammy nomination for Best Rap Duo Performance for the Ludacris song “Georgia” featuring Field Mob and Jamie Fox.
His production credits include projects for Ludacris, Pheave, Chingy, Rueben Studdard, R.Kelly, Shawnna and other notable artists. His recent production work has been to create music for Plies, Ludacris, Puffy, 2Chainz, T.I., Rick Ross, Jeezy, Missy Elliott, Pitbull, and various upcoming artists.
Their parents split up when the twins were just two years of age and mother Toni remarried in 2008 to Charles Dixon III and the couple is still together. The twins always say they’re happy their mom married their step dad; “He’s always been a great father to them,” says mother Toni.
The Glo.Twinz are actors, models and artists, and they’ve always had dreams of being famous. In 2010, they went on their first audition in Columbus, Ohio where it all began. They knew right away, this was the road they wanted to go down. It wasn’t a one-person thing; it was something they both wanted. They said it made them feel famous. They loved the feedback they were getting being acting twins, but they also got a lot of attention just being identical twins.
Upon getting started, with the look as well as the swag, the twins decided they wanted to start a modeling career. The only thing was, the market in Ohio is very difficult to develop a successful acting, modeling or rapping career. To give the twins the best chance for success, their mother and step-dad did the almost unimaginable, they uprooted the family, moving from Ohio to Jonesboro, Georgia in 2013; Where they felt like all the action was.
As it turns out, they were right, the twins were picked up by East Coast Talent Agency, booking auditions and earning their first commercial with Synchrony Bank. They were so happy actually being on set. Soon, the twins we are contestant on “Rip The Runway,” Cynthia Bailey from Atlanta House Wives was a judge and the the won first and second place. They knew that Georgia was the right place to be. It’s like they were born stars.
Glo.Twinz also loved to dance so they started an Instagram page; posting all of their dance moves, commercials and modeling clips. The Glo.Twinz’ fan base went crazy engaging with the guys on social media. Their Instagram audience has exploded to over 700,000 engaged friends and followers.
The twins’ older brother, known as RettaBaii, is also an artist and songwriter. So, before the twins even knew they could rap, their older brother said, “You guys have all these followers; I’m about to make you rappers.”
RettaBaii wrote their fist single, “It’s My Birthday,” which he posted on Soundcloud. “It’s My Birthday” received about 20,000 plays in the first week. That’s the beginning of how they became these exciting young musical artists.
To date, Glo.Twinz have appeared on the scene and in the scenes with other young lions like Migos and iHeart Memphis, among others. The group’s upward mobility and dedicated mother put them on the right track, linking the twins with Palm Tree Entertainment’s (PTE) CEO Miami Mike, who liked and signed them. PTE is the home to Soulja Boy, iHeart Memphis and Platinum Producer Buck Nasty (Hit The Quan). This put the twins into play with some of the most influential young music and promotion minds in the business.
The Glo.Twinz are only 15 years of age and their careers are taking off. As usual, they would say, “That’s what we prayed for, rising to the top with prayer and faith.”
They have a bright future and great things in store. Their house is filled with stars.
Subsequent to his WBO/NABO Championship bout with Lamon Brewster, medical doctors diagnosed Jones with diminished reflexes and speech, forcing him to retire as a boxer.
Currently, Jones serves as a co-trainer to Floyd Mayweather, Jr., his friend from the U.S. Olympic Games. He was recently seen in Showtime’s “Inside Mayweather vs Pacquiao” training Floyd and discussing their friendship and Olympic experiences together.
Nate is also the subject of the new sports reality television series, “Undefeated” which will film at the Mayweather Boxing Gym in Las Vegas.
Part of a champion creating group of boxing icons, Nate allows the cameras into his daily life and behind the scenes as he plies his trade. There is no group of masters of the “squared circle” more discussed in the annals of the sweet science than Nate Jones and his fellow trainers in the Mayweather camp.
A testament to Nate and his place in boxing, some of the sport’s most prolific former champions are scheduled to appear on the series. Currently on the slate is: retired champion and boxing analyst Roy Jones, Jr.; Mayweather protégé Adrien Broner; Former WBC Lightweight Champ, David Diaz; Former WBO Heavyweight Champ, Lamon Brewster; Former WBC/WBO Welterweight Champ, Feroz Fernando; Former Light Heavyweight Champ, Antonio Tarvor; Comedian Joe Torry; Former NBA player Kendal Gill; and up and coming TMT fighter Chris Pearson.
“Undefeated” is a 12-part, nationally syndicated, reality-based series airing in the fall of 2015; check your local listings. Music Director for the series is Grammy-nominated producer, Chris Flame, mostly known for his work with Jay Z’s critically acclaimed, American Gangster. “Undefeated” will be the first insider look at the magic making team. Bringing it all together is Unlock Media Group and Executive Producer Greg Davis.
On a grander scale, Jones is in motion to create the Nate Jones Complex Chicago. A part of the Nate Jones Foundation’s non-profit network, the complex will house “edutainment” programs such as a fully functional Audio/Visual studio, boxing gym and program, basketball court, mentoring and tutoring programs, etc. “To whom much is given, much is required” and Jones is taking that charge very seriously. He’s joined by government officials and celebrities in his efforts to bring the “Complex” to life.
Baretta always wanted to be a dancer but, the older he became he kind of drifted away, and in 2009 he started writing music. At first, his parents thought he was just playing around, until one day when he let his mother listen to something he wrote.
From there on out, she said, “Son, you’re going to make it big one day.”
Born and raised in Dayton, Ohio, his mother and father moved the family to Georgia in 2013 seeking better opportunities for their children. When he arrived, he started going hard with the music, staying up sometimes until four and five in the morning, writing music. A natural songwriter, he could come up with songs in 45 minutes to 1 hour. His natural talent blew his parents away, so they invested in getting him studio equipment with which he made awesome music right from his bedroom.
Mom Toni says, “Oh my God, he made magic right from his room!” Sensing it was time to take it to the next level, Toni connected with PTE (Soulja Boy, iHeart Memphis, Buck Nasty) music executive Ceo Miami Mike. Who, blown away by his creativity, quickly signed RettaBabii along with his identical twin brothers, the Glo.Twinz. Mike felt they were already stars when he met them, but he would make them into super stars.
At only 17, RettaBabii is very motivational, humble, and will let nothing get in his way. Besides writing for his twin brothers the Glo.Twinz, the exciting RettaBabii has a new single of his own entitled “Why”, releasing spring of 2016. His early success includes work on his brothers’ single “It’s My Birthday”, which gained close to 20,000 plays in the first week of being on Soundcloud.
There is so much more to come from this young creator, his early work is setting the stage for greatness!
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