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[NEW MUSIC] Exit 23 Fox Montana Mixtape is Finally Here.

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Chicago Indie Artist Fox Montana (FireMan) from the Westside of Chicago K-town to be exact is taking storm with his known stage presence. He is creating hit after hit, songs like Band Up and Don’t Make a move. He is the creator of the movement FaEvaOnExtra well today October 1st, he drops his new Mixtape entitled Exit 23 Hosted By Trey Gee Tha Ghost. We will love for you to give us Feedback… It is below or you can go to www.officialtreygee.com or Datpiff

FACEBOOK: FOX MONTANA

INSTAGRAM: @foxmantana

 

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[FLEET DJ’S NEW MEMBER] DJ KING LEWIS

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Having shown an affinity for music from a very young age, DJ King Lewis has been fine-tuning his DJ skills with a unique repertoire of mixes, music elements and playlists. His career took off in 2017, propelled by a loyal following that loved the mind-bending sounds of DJ King Lewis. With influences ranging from edm to indie and hip hop, this is one DJ who isn’t afraid to innovate and try something new.

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[Events] Froribbean Festival Artist Showcase

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The Fleet DJ’s of Georgia had an opportunity to attend the Froribbean Festival Artist Showcase at Opium in Midtown Atlanta. The showcase attracted Dancehall, Reggae, and Soca artists as well as one R&B perfromance from a young songstress with a large voice. The artists had a chance to perform amongst a guest panel of judges for a spot to perform at the 1st Annual Froribbean Festival which will take place on September 29th at Central Park.

Froribbean Festival celebrates the culture, art, and the people of Africa and the Caribbean islands.

-Froribbean Festival, 2018

The guest panel of judges included:
Kyron (Songwriter producer), Imani Ray (Soca Artist), Dreggae (Dancehall artist), Jay Tek (Assistant Program Director of Hot 107.9), and Solo (Program Director of Streetz 94.5). The event was hosted by DJ English and sounds by DJ Prince Charm. The Froribbean Festival celebrates the culture, art, and the people of Africa and the Caribbean islands.

…beautiful representation of people from Nigeria, Ghana, Trinidad and Tobago, Jamaica, St. Lucia, Haiti, and South Africa.

Lastnight included live music, food, rum punch and drink specials, and DJ driven fun with island vibes and plenty of African influence. There were giveaways for tickets to the event on the 29th and a beautiful representation of people from Nigeria, Ghana, Trinidad and Tobago, Jamaica, St. Lucia, Haiti, and South Africa. Make sure to go and support the 1st Annual Froribbean Festival on September 29th, 2018 at Central Park. Tickets are now available at the following locations: Tastee Spoon in Perimeter Mall, Tropics Jerk Center in Lithonia, GA, Iri Mon Cafe in Buckhead, Planet Smoothie in Stonecrest Mall, U.S. 1 Package and Decatur, GA, New Era Drive-Thru Liquor Store in Lithonia, Golden Krust in Stone Mountain, Willy’s Jerk Box and Gordon Spice in Decatur. Tickets are also available online.

 

For more information and to purchase tickets please click the link below.

Tickets are available here:
https://linktr.ee/froribbeanfest

Fleet DJ ToneyStone, Fleet Host Ms. V, Fleet Model Rasheedah, and Fleet DJ Knotts
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[Web Series] DJ Samore Top 5 : Episode 61

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New episode, new week, DJ Samore step out and let her Godsister , Keisha (#datgurlkeisha) host the top 5 this week. She countdown the top 5 songs on the urban radio charts, according to mediabase and bds reports, the streets, and what’s that next record. On Episode 61, DJ Samore left #datgurlkeisha with the notes, on the songs, hot in the streets, and top headlines.  DJ Samore was in the studio chopping it up with the H.o.b.b. Club member , New Yonkaz, as he talks about his new record “Gang Gang”. Watch the episode here.

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*Press Play: I Look Up/ Capital P album review by DJ Layne Luv

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“….so where’s he from?” …”Delaware”…”The State?” ….”haha nah bro the city, right there from your state Ohio” This is how Capital P was presented to me via a constant DM on IG through his business partners. I must admit that for a few months, I didn’t follow up as well as I could have. Being a music critic and state manager for all of Ohio with The Fleet DJ’s, I tend to get a lot of submissions regularly. However, after I had a phone conversation with Byrd and Jamezz Bonn (Divine Engineering), I instantly felt a connection. They insisted that Capital P was the one that was going to make noise from Ohio. So I invited him up to the studio to kick it wit us just to see how he vibed with my crew. So one Wednesday, he came up to the WTMH Studio and right there on the spot, we said we were going to premier his single on our live Workout Wednesday broadcast just to see how our audience felt about his work. The single they submitted was El Hombre. I will testify, from the very first note we heard from that song, we were believers in this man’s music.

Being in this business for a while, a DJ hears a lot of music, so it really takes something special to keep an artist’s body of work from going in the pile and moving on. If you listen to Capital P’s / El Hombre first, you will be fooled into thinking he’s just another trap rapper no matter how great the song is. But when you play his entire album of Capital P/I Look Up  you’ll bear witness to artistry coming from the Delaware city. It will actually blindside you of how good Capital P really is. One of my favorite songs of the project Tuck It In takes you into the mind of a person that has seen a lot of ups and downs and of someone just trying to make sense of the world. The live guitar on this songs helps the listener drift from a stressful day into a bliss of funkdefied melody. It may actually be one of my most favorable tracks on the project.

Throughout the album you can hear the pain in the rapper’s voice. It’s a beautiful pain like that of a Bob Marley meets the rap-from-the gut-flow like Tupac Shakur. Not to even try to compare the Delaware rapper to these Legendary figures, it’s just that you can hear the same determination to change the minds in his songs. The song Good is a perfect example of that determination. As he says in the song…“I’m a get it till I’m good” the listener can truly understand Capital P will not stop until he sees some success for his labor. Once again I have to go back to the erie guitar riffs that wail, to paint the picture of a rapper with a big gift trying to push this sound out of his small city.

State of Mind you can hear Cap P making a statement. He is getting the listener to understand that the happening that go on in big cities happen right there in the city of Delaware. He wants the audience to not underestimate the crime and violence that happen where he is proud to be from. As the heroin epidemic continues to stay on the rise in Ohio, he is sounding the horn the same way Grandmaster Flash did with “The Message” when he said, “It’s like a jungle sometimes it makes me wonder how I keep from going under” State Of Mind takes you on a day in Delaware where anything can and will happen.

Tell You What… I’m predicting will be a “ladies” summer song for 2018 in the Midwest. It’s a melodic song where the rapper tries on his vocal skills for size and delivers nicely. It’s always been a formula for rappers to come out with the radio song right before the summer. This is that song. When Cap P actually played that song for me on my radio show, I asked him “So when do you come in on the song?” they all laugh and he says “That is me through the whole song” I’m like “That you singing?”….and he grins . That was another time when I became a believer in his music.

Overall, I give this album a high rating because of the production and arrangement of all the songs. It’s a solid project! You can tell time was taken on the mixing and mastering of all the songs. When I listened to this entire album, it’s like reading a book. The content has to be just as exciting as the title. I Look Up is just that exciting to listen to.

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Out of 5 stars I would give it 4 based on production and lyrical content….5’s are given for classic albums and only the rest of the world can give him that. Let’s see if I Look Up is a game changer for OHIO.

-@DJLAYNELUV

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[New Mixtape] DJ Samore x Stuey Rock W.Y.K.B.I. 10

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Check out the latest mixtape from DJ Samore, she linked up with 1/2 Durty Boyz on this one. All the latest jams in a hot spring time mix. New records from Zaytoven, Kissie Lee, Project Girls Club and all the latest bangers from Rich the kid, CArdi B, Chris Brown, and more. It also debuts a couple records from the kid himself Stuey Rock. Check out the mix right here.

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[Fleet DJ’s] New Fleet Dj featured member “Dj Kure”

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DJ KURE started off DJing in his small kitchen with a crowd of two. He bought his equipment on Craigslist and thought that if he practiced enough, he would get better. It took a lot of YouTube videos and long nights of practicing until it clicked for him. That’s when DJ Kure was born.

From his kitchen, DJ Kure went to South Korea for a year and started booking gigs in bars and clubs. In that year, he honed his craft and learned a lot about DJing and himself as a DJ. After his year in South Korea, DJ Kure moved to Tacoma, Washington, where he currently resides, and linked up with the DJ community there and has had many gigs there. From birthday parties to silent parties to DJing for national acts such as Caskey and The Dogg Pound.

DJ KURE has always had a wide range of interest, with music being one of the biggest. Ask him about his favorite song, and you won’t get an answer because like music, it is always changing. DJ KURE does not DJ within just one genre. He likes to keep his range of music wide from trap to house to hip-hop and beyond, to keep himself ready for any gig.

Currently, DJ KURE is in deployed to the Middle East serving our country. He works six days a week, doing 12-hour shifts, but he still finds time to spin on Friday nights at an on-base club. When he gets back to the states, he has plans to have live streams on Facebook and Instagram and podcasts with IndustryTap to push both himself and music culture forward. He will be releasing more mixtapes and gearing up for his first album. He will also work with some regional artist. When DJ Kure gets back, he will be DJing at some of the northwest regions hottest venues. To stay up to date with anything DJ KURE related, follow him on social media @IAMDJKURE or check out his website: www.KureOne.com.

-DJ KURE
(850) 566-5905
ww.KureOne.com
KureTheWorld99@Gmail.com
DJKURE.FleetDj@Gmail.com
2018 KURE The World

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[Fleet Dj’s] featured Radio Mix “Dj Skinny”

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You think you’re gonna hear hip hop on your local radio station? Nope! So why not tune into the Thursday Nite Mixtape on Fleet DJ Radio with DJ Skinny playing that heat for the streets every thursday night indie, unsigned and mainstream 10p-12a [est] www.fleetdjradio.com [Fleet DJ Radio channel]

The Thursday Nite Mixtape show is monitored by Digital Radio Tracker [@digitalradiotracker] so make your streams count and get it on the show where streams matter!

For music submission contact DJ Skinny on Instagram at @skinnycandj or @thursdaynitemixtape No trap music 🚫!

Also follow DJ Skinny on mixcloud for the mixshow replays https://www.mixcloud.com/imdjskinny/

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Dj Skinny is on Mixcloud. Listen for free to their radio shows, DJ mix sets and Podcasts

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[Web Series] DJ SAMORE TOP 5 W/ LORD ROSSI

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New week, new episode of the DJ Samore Top 5 show. She talks about the headlines, top 5 records on urban radio, according to radio industry charts , mediabase and bds, and spotlight that next record. This week DJ Samore chops it up with Lord Rossi from the Hustle Gang camp. He talked about his upcoming projects and new waves just released “For the Love of Money”.  Watch it here!

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