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[ALBUM] DaNewWav3 – Surf’s Up @DaNewWav3

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Mr. Mince Productions Inc. presents a new rap group that goes by the name DaNewWav3. DaNewWav3 releases there debut album Surf’s Up. Mr. Mince Productions Inc. the number 1 indie record label & production company. The indie record label & production company is owned by Statesboro, Georgia very own Mr. Mince. The retired NFL player is continuing to make a name for himself and leaving his mark in the entertainment industry history in the making. With the music industry really doing well seeing growth for first time in years, the hip hop superstar could have not picked a better time to drop the record labels new rap group DaNewWav3. This album is a classic hip hop and R&B type joint. This album is a real spring break summer time record. Ladies and gentlemen this is for you. Listen to “Surf’s Up” by DaNewWav3.

Take a listen!

Direct Album link https://soundcloud.com/mrminceproductionsinc/sets/danewwav3-surfs-up

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Check out New Video DaNewWav3 Feat. MonstaKodi – Party
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Connect w/ DaNewWav3

www.instagram.com/danewwav3
twitter.com/DaNewWav3
www.danewwav3.com

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[MIXTAPE] “MICROWAVE MUZIK 3” via DJ. G.O

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The third mixtape in the Microwave Muzik series by Dj G.O. featuring indie and mainstream artists.

  1. Dj Rocky Montana ft Que CB D-Walk – Work
  2. Philthy Rich ft Gucci Mane Yhung T.O. – Around
  3. Casino Mel – $20 Phone
  4. Lud Foe – Big Tymers
  5. Yung Booke ft London Jae – H.I.T.V
  6. Black Youngsta – Birthday
  7. Izzy – Got It
  8. Cleve Mack – T.R.A.P
  9. Front Street – Gotta Bag
  10. Rezzie Roc ft Kuntry
  11. Young Dolph – 100 Shots
  12. Law ft Gucci Mane – Know Me
  13. Scott Free ft Rocko – How I Live
  14. Yo Gotti – Mitch
  15. PeeWee Longway – Stepped On
  16. No Play Jose ft Dirty Dave – Trap Star
  17. Moneybag Yo – Irrelevent
  18. Offset – Monday
  19. T.O. Green ft YFN Lucci Joe Green – Up On It
  20. Young Crazy – Lessons
  21. Rock Ransom ft Young Dro – Codenames
  22. Tee Grizzly – How Many

 

You can listen and download this mixtape at the link below…

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MIXTAPE ALERT: TRAP&B

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  The first in the “TRAP&B” Mixtape series from Dj G.O. featuring various mainstream and indie artists.

1.  MEEK MELL – WHATEVER YOU WANT ft CHRIS BROWN TY $
2. TIGO B. – CNN
3. JACQUEES – B.E.D
4. SAMMIE – BETTER
5. BRYSON TILLER – NO LONGER FRIENDS
6. BWA KANE – ICE BOX
7. BOBBY V. – I OWE U
8. EMMANY – I MESSED UP
9. DRAKE – NOTHINGS INTO SOMETHINGS
10. GOLDLINK – CREW ft SHY GLIZZY
11. ONEINETHE4REST – JIU JITSU ft CHRIS BROWN
12. FIFTH HARMONY DOWN ft GUCCI MANE
13. SKEME – RED COUPE ft LONDON JAE
14. 2 CHAINS – ITS A VIBE ft JHENE AIKO
15. LACRAE – BLESSINGS ft TY $
16. DREEZY – WASTED
17. B SMYTH – MIGHT CUFF U
18. JAVAR ROCKAMORE – GIRLFRIEND ft McKENZIE LAWSON
19. SKIPPA da FLIPPA – SWERVIN DOWN ft QUAVO
20. DRAKE – DO NOT DISTURB
21. BRYSON TILLER – WE BOTH KNOW
22. MIKE WILL – PERFECT PINT ft KENDRICK LAMAR GUCCI MANE RAE SREMMURD
23. TOREY LANEZ – ANYWAY

YOU CAN DOWNLOAD THIS MIXTAPE OR LISTEN HERE…

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One Mans Art….A conversation with Louis Picasso by @DJLayneLuv

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When your 20 year old daughter tells you “Daddy you have to listen to this artist….” with all of her enthusiasm, you have no choice but to drop everything and give her your undivided attention. The back story is that she was attending a listening party and she got there extremely early to find a young man setting up stage and lighting. As she engaged in conversation with the young man she became intrigued by his views and outlook on certain things. They ended their small talk without any exchange of names. She gradually attended the party to the progression of the featured artist for the evening. As they introduce the featured artist, she then made the connection with the moment of clarity. Louis Picasso was the gentleman from earlier setting up his own show. She was even more impressed with the quality of his music.

Come to find out, he’s well known in Ypsilanti Michigan and has a commendable following. With his latest single Gold, he’s booked for a few dates across the country including some dates in California.

It is one thing to know a person by their art…but to get to know the authentic person behind the art is something totally different altogether. When I speak to masterful musicians, I am so amazed by their humility and dedication to their craft. This conversation gave me hope for my daughters generation. So much is lost in translation based on age differences that when two people put aside those prejudices, they find they have a lot more in common than not. Speaking to this young man made it refreshing that he is in my daughters circle. And Oh! did I forget to mention she is helping with his artist management now?

Ladies and gentleman… Louis Picasso

OTT: I’m always interested in the inner workings of an independent artists journey considering I’m one myself. So tell us how did you get into music?

LP: As with a lot of musicians, my entire family is involved with music. Everybody sings, everybody plays and instrument, so I was kind of born into it. However, I didn’t start writing music until about 2008. It was like another way to express myself verses being out here doing a lot of wrong, music was my sole outlet.  Then about 2013 I started to take it more serious.  I started learning about music theory and the history of music and different genres of music I wasn’t listening to before…so that’s how it started.

OTT: Because there are limited paths to success in the music business today, I see you’ve taken the approach of a Lamar, Cole, or even names like Lupe and Badass. What brought about your eclectic sound?

LP: My approach to the music always zoned in on lyricism vs the beat which is not the approach most people take. The majority are moved by the beat or the flow. I took a liking to B.I.G. because of his wordplay. Biggie was the first album that I went through and fully dissected and I got that from my dad when I was in middle school. And I just admitted I was feeling my dad’s music so please forgive that crime. (It’s human nature to rebel against your parents music LOL) Yeah but I was really feeling how Biggie put a song together and from listening to more rappers like him and Nas, I noticed how they put different feelings and emotion into their stories. Because you see… when you’re creating, you really don’t know how it’s gonna come out, but through their influence, I learned how to trust my feelings and expression.

OTT: Tell us about your evolution as an artist and finding your own voice.

LP: Well it’s like you said up until 2008, my interpretation of music was from everything that I listened to prior, so in that, there is a lot of mimicking and trying different styles. It took a lot of changing man because you have to be true to yourself and your art, but you also have to produce something your audience will love and appreciate.

OTT: Great transition! Without giving away your business secrets lol, how did you develop your respectable following?

LP: Weeelll…hahaha, I was tired of being told no when it came to my vision. Necessity is the mother of creation and invention so I was forced to think outside the box when it came to my marketing and building relationships. I remember wanting to rock at certain shows and being told no. I remember wanting to record in certain studios and being declined. I got fed up and started doing it on my own. You have to have faith behind your ideas and your craft. Because if you don’t, you’re going to get discouraged and eventually give up. You can put tens of thousands of dollars into your project but without faith you don’t have much. This is why you have the Missy’s and Pharell Williams and Timbalands that are masters at what they do because they took the time to learn everything on their own and they were hungry for that knowledge despite the roadblocks.

The last show I got told no to, it left a bad taste in my mouth so I created what is called a Pop-Up show at Third Rail. That was my very first show and it sold out the first week based on how we promoted it and previewed it. Well before the show, people were impressed with our presentation which made them interested. That’s a key right there. Your presentation has to be so appealing that it makes people want to check it out. The buzz was so real that I just took that formula and applied it to every single show.  I put my all into and keep my faith in tact.

OTT: Being that you are from Michigan, what is your take on the house that J Dilla built and his contribution to your home state and just music itself?

LP: The first time I heard about Dilla was around 2008 and a producer friend of mind  let me listen to him and it took a while to get into my system because I wasn’t really into that boom-bap soulistic style. But one thing about music is you have to open your soul up to it in order to receive it and once I did, I really see the time and effort he took to learn music and develop his sound and it made a huge impression on me.

OTT: Let’s talk about your project now…what is GOLD?

LP: Gold….. I want to describe it as an opportunity. With this project I want Gold to pertain to worth as in worth of self not so much materialistic . I dropped Gold around April 1. I wanted to get a bunch of creators around the area and like put together an orchestra that would display to the audience the worth of these independent artist in the area. That is what I wanted to display on Gold and then again my entire album.

OTT: Lastly, where can old and new fans purchase your music?

LP: Apple Music man, they can purchase the single on iTunes and mostly all of your favorite other steaming companies. Please get the word out and it is definitely appreciated. They can see my videos on YouTube under Louis Picasso and they can follow me on Instagram under @LouisPicasso. Thank you for having me fam.

OTT: We appreciate you as well. Best wishes on all of your music endeavors.

@DJLAYNELUV

@StraightOfficialMag

@FleetDJs

 

 

 

 

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[Mixtape] Steelo I.B. – Practice @Steeloib

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Steelo I.B. releases his newest collection ‘Practice’. The project features Steelo styling words over notable industry instrumentals while paying homage to the culture that influenced him.

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Connect w/ Steelo I.B.
Twitter and Instagram: @Steeloib
Booking Email: StayTruuEnt@gmail.com

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[NEW ARTIST] BENJI SITS DOWN WITH STRAIGHT OFFICIAL

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The south never lets me down, I truly have regard for this craftsman. Ben Frank Mone otherwise known as Benji. He has swag and unique to the center, however that is the thing that the industry has been missing. Each beat i heard him possess is great fitting for him. I need to state my most loved track on his most recent venture Outta Tha Closet is Ifeedacoca. Lets get right and get notification from the Artist himself…..

WHY U CHOSE UR ARTIST NAME?

I ain’t choose it a homie seen me counting a few 100 & decided to call me benfrank nd I ran with it

HOW LONG YOU BEEN DOING MUSIC?

At the least 12-13 years I started in a Band playing the tuba

WHAT CITY AND STATE YOU RESIDE IN, AND DO YOU GET LOCAL SUPPORT FROM THE CITY?

Austin Texas & of course Ima ghetto super star

WHO DO YOU SAY YOU DO IT FOR?

My mama and the kids isn my family i don’t ever want them to need for nothing at all I don’t care if it’s drugs they will be able to afford whatever they desire

WHATS YOUR GOALS AND YOUR AMBITION?

I don’t just plan to enter the music industry I plan to take over & run it, new wave shit

TELL ME ABOUT YOUR LABEL AND ALSO ARE YOU AFFILIATED WITH ANY MAJOR BRANDS OR LABELS?

nah labels aren’t for me but I would love to be affiliated with a few & i wouldn’t call us a label just a group of individuals working to accomplish the greater

DO YOU HAVE ANY REGRETS IN YOUR MUSIC CAREER?

No regrets Just lessons learned

IF YOU CAN GIVE ANY KNOWLEDGE TO ANY UPCOMING ARTIST WHAT CAN IT BE?

tbh no cocky but i dont listen to nobody but me But if I were to acknowledge anybody it would be Big nunk first off bro stayed down with me the whole time & it’s a few rappers who crossed me out as soon as they dropped big ups to them I hope they become very successful

WOULD YOU STAY INDEPENDENT OR WOULD FULLY GO TO A LABEL AND WHAT LABEL WOULD YOU GO TO?

I already answered that homie

WHATS YOUR THOUGHT PROCESS IN MAKING SONGS?

Beat, lyrics … then I just record myself nothing major not really a thought process more of a just get it done typa feeling

IF YOU HEARD AN ARTIST IT CAN BE INDIE/MAINSTREAM ARTIST FIRE SHOTS(Verbally) WOULD YOU RESPOND?

No I’m to sophisticated & humble where I come from we don’t talk we just get it done

WHERE CAN WE STAY IN TOUCH WITH YOU  ANY LINKS OR SITES?

I’m on YouTube spinrilla Facebook Instagram Twitter tumbler basically any social media site you can think of you I was be able to find me under the name @BenFranKMone

THANK YOU FOR CHOPPING IT UP WITH US HERE AT STRAIGHT OFFICAL EXECUTIVE DECISION WITH TREY GEE!!!!! PLEASE CHECK OUT HIS LATEST PROJECT ON SPINRILLA  https://spinrilla.com/mixtapes/ben-frank-mone-outta-tha-basement/embed“>http://https://spinrilla.com/mixtapes/ben-frank-mone-outta-tha-basement/embed

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