Indie Artists

[Single] Young 5th – How We Do Ft Unique @iam5th_ayak

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[Single] Young 5th – How We Do Ft Unique
Prod by Akamoshun

This track is that one if you want to turn up to you can. If you want to just vide, you can. You get your point across and let folks know how you do!!!

Stream on Soundcloud

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Artist twitter & IG name @iam5th_ayak
Booking email

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[Freestyle] DollaSign Staxx – Woke My Flow Up

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Dolla Sign Staxx drops his new FiRE FREESTYLE AnD Has more Heat on the way After hitting the streets of New Jersey & Philly hard with his Gang Shxt Only Team it was only right to follow up with more music.

This Freestyles is supported heavy by Philly

own’s DJ No Phrillz who has been heavily involved in pushing his brand as well.

( Links & Mp3 is Below )





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[Single] Cherokee – Goddess @cherokeeisback


Born in Harlem and raised in Brooklyn, Cherokee knew from a very early age that music was a part of every fiber of her being. With a natural affinity for creating and playing music, she began writing poetry and implementing melodies at the early age of 12. By the age of 14, aided by a very patient mother who allowed the kids to play loud music in the house – Cherokee had formed her first band, which played a lot of R&B and soul music. By 16 years of age she was part of a R&B duo and was signed to Morgan Creek Records. But, it certainly didn’t stop there.
Always wanting to take her love of music to the next level, Cherokee moved to Los Angeles where she signed on with manager Herb Trawick, who also managed Brian McKnight at the time. He took his artist to RCA in 1999 and landed a production deal.Cherokee was truly on her way to stardom.Shortly thereafter, her debut album “I Love You…Me” hit the mass market and she was performing on hit shows such as “Soul Train”, “Motown Live.” and touring US, Japan & UK. The mainstream media took notice and she was featured in Rolling Stone, Jet, Vogue, Esquire, Billboard, the New York Times and many other enormous media outlets. She was also featured in a large ad campaign for the popular clothing outlet the Gap, which saw her plastered on billboards across nearly a dozen states with a huge six story billboard in Harlem. Cherokee was also featured in a GAP commercial in which she delivered a sexy guitar interpretation of ACDC’s Back in Black of which she had to learn to play guitar.

Her highly anticipated follow up record, “Soul Parade” had her working with a myriad of industry heavyweights including Outkast, Bilal, Jill Scott, Rasaan Patterson, AnthonyHamilton, Floetry and Musiq. This was going to be the record to catapult her into superstardom. But, Cherokee was never able to release the album, which featured “Nectarine,” a song she performed with Andre 3000 of Outkast (the video is still on YouTube). Despite the desire of consumers to hear the follow up to “I Love You…Me,” the division of RCA responsible for releasing the album ended up folding. She teamed up with L.A. Reid to complete the project and to release the album through Arista Records. However, the completed album was never to be released and now can be found bootlegged on eBay for as much as $290.00!

Growing tired of the music business and the grind that goes along with it, Cherokee decided to take some time off. She married Grammy Award-winning mix engineer NealPogue and gave birth to her daughter Dream in 2004 and adopted her son D’sani at age 4 in 2011.

She was very determined to focus her time on her family and proudly did so for about 13 years. But of course, she couldn’t put music down forever. She started using social media outlets such as Myspace, Facebook, twitter & Instagram to connect with her audience to get a feel for their interest in a new Cherokee album. What she found was that there was definitely interest. A lot of interest. She delved back into her passion and has been writing and recording. With many urging her to get back into the studio and record her next album, she wants the music world to know that Cherokee is coming back. The goal is for her newest EP to be released in 2018. So, get ready for the single Goddess.


Stay Connected
Twitter @cherokeeisback

Contact for Features Etc.
Neal H Pogue
Copper Baby Music LLC
404-734-5109 cell

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[New Music] Spazz Vs Armani Kay Is Letting You Know To Wait On It


Armani Kay vs Spazz is an artist from Chicago that is often mimicked but can’t be duplicated, she has that master key to the angelic harmony that she brings and also what we call the “Sauce”. She brings good music and enjoyable vibes when she hit the stage, a much very slept on artist in the city of Chicago. Being able to do further research on this artist, she has fans and supporters all over even in other countries.  Armani Kay has a trending song as a Single entitled wait on it and she basically letting everyone know that she is going and ready to set the game on fire and turn up just “Wait On It”. 

Born and Raised on the Westside of Chicago, specifically L-Town. Music has always been apart of Spazz’s life. From rapping with her brother friends at the age of 8, writing songs with her bestfriend at the age of 12 and recording for the first time at the age of 15. She knew she had a gift but wasn’t sure if she was ready for the world to hear her just yet. In 2013 she took her craft onto a professional level and start recording songs mixing singing and rapping creating this saucy sound.

Spazz dropped her first mixtape at the age of 24 titled, “No Apologies No Regrets” on March 10, 2015. The mixtape was base off real life situations that both genders can relate too. Spazz only son Laurell whom supports and motivates her was always around for the writing of each song. He even has a song dedicated to him on the mixtape titled, “For My Son”. She is very versatile and has a promising future in the music industry. She has the attitude, image and the gift that will soon be sought out.

For Features:

SoundCloud: Spazz_
Instagram: @She_Hella_Trill





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[Single] Shy Class – Go Mode @shyclass


One of Naptown’s finest female artist Shy Class, is heating up with her new single “Go Mode”. Lyrics, looks & style compose the Go Mode artist. With performances during BET weekend, and all over the Midwest, recent releases on Apple Music. Shy Class is on her way to becoming a household name. Follow @ShyClass for more updates, videos & single releases.

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Twitter – @shyclass
IG – @shyclass

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MIZZ single “Dubb Step” official promo @Mizz_World3

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In 2013 MIZZ single “Go To Work” placed in the Top 20 charts, which helped the artist get signed to Live Wire Entertainment along with Actor/ Rapper/ Comedian Bobbe J. Thompson. When the label closed MIZZ decided to stay independent. MIZZ is now back with new dance song “Dubb Step” produced by Quinte Hall. MIZZ says “If you’re looking for a song to turn up to or get the club lit this is definitely it”. The single can be purchased on Spotify| iTunes| Apple Music and more. For more info go to IAmMIZZ. Com.

Video Director: Reuben Armstrong

Stay Connected on Social media: (IG) Mizz_World3/ (twitter) Mizz_World3

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