Clay James signs management deal with Ferrari Simmons and Justin Hatney’s Two-Three Management Group

Clay James signs management deal with Ferrari Simmons and Justin Hatney’s Two-Three Management Group

Savannah, Georgia native and ATL transplant Clay James has been making a name for himself on the underground rap scene for quite some time. Discovered early by Outkast legend Big Boi, Clay’s lyricism and style gives you a breath of fresh of air as well as a sense of nostalgia in today’s hip hop climate where it seems like most artists are similar to one another. Clay has been recently going viral for his freestyles about Dogecoin which have received over 300,000 views on Twitter. Not to mention, he landed his first movie role in the highly anticipated film “Out On A Lim” starring Tray Chaney and Jamal Woolard which releases later this year. James’ last three singles: Keep Ballin, Fadaway, and Hold Me Down have all garnered national attention by getting looks from BET Jams and multiple MTV channels. Each song has more than 100,000 Spotify streams and 200,000 views on YouTube. Outside of his personal success, Clay started his own imprint Playas Club Music Group which houses buzzing indie talent: Kris J, King Elway, Big Smitty, and Respekk. He also has a new clothing line that is taking off called “Playas Only” which is spear headed by viral Tik Tok sensation and PCMG business partner Pimp Sweet Tooth. The skies the limit for Mr. James and this management deal should put him one step closer to becoming a global superstar. Catch Clay making a guest appearance on Ferrari Simmons’ “No Hook 3” single that is releasing soon. Until then, check out his music out on all digital streaming platforms and YouTube.

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James Dece: An Artist and DJ with an unconditional passion for Electronic Music

The Los Angeles Artist and Musician has created music in various genres, but his best and most acclaimed works remained in electronic bass. James Dece is a rising name in music that produces great songs and has impeccable taste in music. His passion lies in electronic music, but it doesn’t limit him from trying out various other genres like Bass Music, Dubstep, Electro House, Trap, UK Garage, and Bass House, etc. He was inspired by great names in the music industry since he was young that compelled him to follow the footsteps of his legends.

“Music is not just something that you listen to and forget. It’s not just another voice coming from the radio or somewhere you’re passing by. Music is a feeling… it has a heart and mind of its own that captivates people. It’s almost magical, the power music holds on us. As for me, I was captivated by music since I was very young, and not only just any kind of music but electronic bass. There is just something in that loud, aggressive, and raw music. There’s an element so soothing that only people who can connect with this sort of music can understand,” says Jonathan B Miller.

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Jonathan B Miller, also known as James Dece, has become a force to be reckoned with when it comes to his exceptionally gifted music skills. His releases during the beginning of 2020 had made it quite clear that he is rising to the top like a lightning bolt and will be as popular as any other name in the music industry. His endeavors last year like “Flippin It” and “Blow Up” have gained popularity as it has successfully redefined the realm of electronic base music. However, his experimental nature has also given rise to his exceptional track “Switchblade,” which is a class apart. This track is a thrilling mash-up of styles that defies categorization and brings something fresh and wildly enjoyable music for its listeners. His new experimental piece includes dubstep, breaks, and psytrance, to name a few,
to make unique yet pleasant music that keeps his originality intact.

“From the moment the track begins, a fast-paced four-to-the-floor beat builds the tension, but when the first drop appears, a psytrance-inspired triplet groove turns it up to eleven. Then I experimented with adding a tricky breaks segment right in the middle of “Switchblade,” just to surprise the audience with a second drop to make the audience go crazy,” says Miller while talking about his releases last year.

Later, by the end of 2020, Dece released a two-track EP titled “Shimmer / Total Annihilation.” This EP is a pure showcase of his talent to mix multiple music genres and mix up styles while using unimaginable elements in the middle to surprise his listeners at every chance he can get. The new single from James Dece is erratic in the best possible way. Changing it up at any stage can be exhausting. Still, Miller’s ability to effortlessly mix styles and parts creates a new and enjoyable path between impossible genres to achieve and demonstrates his producer abilities.

“Things were different last year, more aligned, I’d say. The pandemic hadn’t hit the world just yet, there was more to life than staying stuck inside, and music was a major part of my life indeed, but it wasn’t all I would do. In those times, the songs that I had released weren’t as experimental as I would like to go with my music. So, I would create an album with little experimental songs. However, the songs I released later that year were different. More played around and mixed up to spice things a bit while keeping the fresh grunge metal and my original music style alive in every chord and note. That’s what music is all about, to be fair. It’s about playing with the notes and defying your own sanity by creating something unique every single time,” says the Los Angeles artist.

From Electronic Bass to Sci-fi
The release of his latest EP, Annihilation, was inspired by Alex Garland’s Annihilation, a 2018 sci-fi horror movie. However, his music does not contain any pieces or elements from the movie itself. The style and elements used in these songs and the concept behind the birth of this music are influenced by the movie only.

“Just how the movie surprises the audience with the idea of the existence of another world that has an effect on the human world and gives the concept of coexistence. Similarly, the main inspiration behind my music was the idea of a possibility of coexistence of two different music genres. Just like the alien world forms a shimmer on earth, completely transforming the planet by engulfing it in a beautiful aura, my music was also an amalgamation of two styles that keep two genres cocooned with each other,” says James Dece while talking about his new EP.

James Dece, a sci-fi film buff, was so enthralled by the film that he felt compelled to compose his own music. Despite the fact it is not a true film score, it has been faithfully adapted into a bass-heavy style that can be appreciated by both listeners and EDM DJs. The songs were not recorded in a professional studio. All it took for Miller to record and produce the songs were his laptop, monitor, and headphones. Even though the music wasn’t heavily produced with extravagant equipment, it turned out to be just as expected, or even better given the response.

“I really wanted the listeners to see what I saw of this masterpiece of a film through music I created. Without taking even a sample of audio from this film at all, I have created my own original interpretation of it. How something created so beautifully through film can be experienced through a bass music spectrum,” said the artist while talking to EDM Sauce about his masterpiece. James further disclosed his plans for the near future as he said, “As far as 2021 goes, I already have a four-track EP signed for release with Recall Records, which is a spectrum of bass music including dubstep, midtempo, electro house, and speed house. Along with this, I have a three-song demo reel completed, which is unsigned and undisclosed submission targets, which is going to remain mysterious for now.”

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M City JR Drops New Single “Put it Down”

Platinum recording artist M City JR drops his newest single “Put it Down (football player)”. “Put it Down” was inspired by the classic American game of Football! Well, inspired by that little dance they do at the end when they score a Touchdown!

That’s exactly how I feel when I Touchdown in a City and score with the ladies,” says M City JR. “Like I have to do a little dance.

M City JR who reached platinum and viral tiktok success for his single “Addicted to My Ex” has been steadily releasing singles throughout the past year via his Yacht Club Social Network imprint, leading up to a future album.

Click here to download “Put it Down” (football player) by M City JR –

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Straight Official Sits Down With Big Yk

1. What is your Name? where you’re from and what first got you interested in the entertainment industry?Big YK, Shreveport, Louisiana, always liked music

2. Who and/or what inspires you to create? Life

3. How would you describe your sound? Like venting or explaining what goes on in my head

4. What is your creative process like?  I just go off life and the vibes of the moment

5. What artist(s) would you like to collaborate with? Nba Youngboy, Toosi, No Cap, Rylo Rodriguez, Rod Wave

6. What is one message you would give to your supporters? It won’t be long until everybody see what you see in me, thank you for the support

7. What is the most talent/skill you have that most people don’t know about? Basketball

8. What would you be doing right now, if you weren’t doing music? Basketball

9. Who are some artists/people you admire and why? Kevin Gates because he his own man and don’t care what nobody got to say

10. If you could change anything about the industry, what would it be? Rappers dying and being targeted so much

11. What’s next for you, where would you like to see yourself in the next year? 

Way bigger then I am right now, around a whole lot more money and opportunities to make more money doing what I love.

12. What is your social media? How can people get in contact with you? My instagram is @Bigyk__ and people can get in contact with me by email or # +1 (817) 378-7852

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Elysani “La Dulce Melodía”, a unique & young artist, arrives with her unique voice with an impressive remake cover song, “Killing Me Softly”.

The new version of the coveted musical piece “Killing Me Softly” by Elysanij, shows the maturity and versatility in her voice that makes her unique and that will allow her to reach a diversity of audiences both in terms of age and preference of musical genres.

According to Elysanij, this song will be kept alive for generations, Who has not suffered for love ?

It is a classic, elegant, simple musical theme with hip-hop rhythms, which, thanks to the arrangements made by the composer, producer and keyboardist, Eddie Montilla, includes urban fusions which provide more strength and richness to the sound.

“Since my management team introduced me to the theme of“ Killing Me Softly ”it captivated me.

#GetSOM Via @DJGojabean @StraightOfficialMag @ElysanijOfficial

#StraightOfficialMagazine #WwwStraightOfficialCom #LaBodega #DJGojabean #Elysanij #KillingMeSoftly #Latina #LatinX

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Introducing Brooklyn artist, Jimmibones4president

Jimmibones4president is an up-incoming artist out of Brooklyn New York. He has released many projects on various platforms in the recent years and his most reason album “Kartel” had also just been released on all streaming platforms. It is his most recent work of music all made into an ep featuring his new up-incoming artist that are apart of his label Kartel LLC. The featured artist on his album Include Lambo Lae, 730 Breezy, and Double R Ace. The EP consist of 5 amazing hard hitting songs all containing the signature New York Drill sound that is so prevalent in today’s music, of course with their own little twist to it. All the beats are provided by in house producer JO beats and engineered by Lynx Mafia. Not only have all the songs been produced and mix and mastered in-house but as of today almost every song on the album as has accompanying video to it available on YouTube, with more to come. This is only the beginning for Jimmibones4president, President of Kartel LLC but it isn’t the end…….

You can follow Jimmibones4president on Instagram @jimmiboned4president and subscribe to his YouTube Jimmi Bones………

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Straight Official Sits Down With DTB.Chris

  1. What is your Name? where you’re from and what first got you interested in the entertainment industry? My name is DTB Chris and I’m from New York, I’ve really been interested in music since I was 5 years old, I started by doing musically until I decided to start rapping about a year ago

2. Who and/or what inspires you to create? Many artists inspired me, the like of Nas, Tupac, Ski Mask, Polo G, and many other but specially XXXtentacion

3. How would you describe your sound?  I don’t really have a specific sound but trying to be different, I do some drill, but like guitar in most of my beats

4. What is your creative process like? I normally start with a beat and find a groove and create a story from there

5. What artist(s) would you like to collaborate with? There’s many of them I’d love to collab with, Polo G, Lil Baby, Da baby, Roddy Rich, etc…

6. What is one message you would give to your supporters? Believe in yourself in everything you do then others will follow

7. What is the most talent/skill you have that most people don’t know about? I play the Violin lol, no really I write great hooks

8. What would you be doing right now, if you weren’t doing music? Basketball, been playing ball since 7 years old, and I was in a team until Covid  hits.

9. Who are some artists/people you admire and why? XXXtentacion, Juice World  Because they were very creative with their music

10. What is the best advice you’ve been given?  To be myself when writing and tell stories

11. If you could change anything about the industry, what would it be?  Wow that’s though, create opportunity for talented people who doesn’t get the support, because I am blessed to people supporting me because without I wouldn’t where I’m at now

12. What’s next for you, where would you like to see yourself in the next year? I just want to continue to grow and make great music that people will enjoy

13. What is your social media? How can people get in contact with you? People can connect with me and follow me through Instagram @Dtb.Chris, my management @Dtbentertainmemt, my music is available on all platform

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Straight Official Sits Down With Young Yé

  1. What is your Name? Young Yé. I’m from the west side of queens Long Island city. Astoria to be exact.
  2. Who and/or what inspires you to create? Honestly my love for music inspires me to create it more than anyone or anything. The way it has the ability to change my mood. Make me reflect on a certain period in my life. Hints like that truly inspire me.
  3. How would you describe your sound? My sound has a vast range. There’s literally no type of music I won’t try and make so it varies. I have music that’s more on the side of r and b. Then I have music that’s more so drill. Then I have records that reflect the real hip hop soul. So I couldn’t exactly pinpoint a sound that I could give what I create.
  4. What is your creative process like? My creative process is rather simple honestly. It’s like mood oriented. Some days I’ll
    Be feeling drill other days I’m more inclined to lyricism. I may have an emotional day where I feel like singing. After I determine my mood it’s pretty much go time from that point on. The best is playing and I’m basically free styling til I get the right feel for a track. Once I get that I’ll more likely than not be done with it in the next 20 minutes. 
  5. What artist(s) would you like to collaborate with? I’d love to collaborate with the greats. Such as nas jay z lil Wayne just so I can see what it’s like to have a lyrical bout with them. So I can kind of stamp my place in the game as far as lyricism goes. Then I’ve got artists that I’d love to turn up and make music with. Such as li baby, gunna, drake, that’s just to name a few. There’s plenty more though.
  6. What is one message you would give to your supporters? To my supporters I’d like to say thank you. You’ve been with me since the beginning and the road has been a long and bumpy one. I promise that the destination will be worth the journey.
  7. What is the most talent/skill you have that most people don’t know about? A talent that people don’t know about is probably how good I am at football. When I used to play I was a wide receiver/ running back. Football was my first love before music.
  8. What would you be doing right now, if you weren’t doing music? It’s honestly hard to say because I can’t imagine myself not doing music. However if I wasn’t I’d probably be heavy into fashion. I’ve always been into designing things like sneakers and clothing. 
  9. Who are some artists/people you admire and why? I can’t narrow it down because there are so many artists that I do admire in the game. I can say though that I look up to the ones who have truly made it about more than music. Those who have given us great music and used that platform Ronaldo provide us with great fashion. Provide us with a voice for social justice issues. Ventured into other business areas and gotten artists a seat at a table where they weren’t always invited to.
  10. What is the best advice you’ve been given? The best advice I’ve been given is to not try and put a time stamp on your success but isn’t for you to say when things will happen. They will take place when the universe sees the time fit.
  11. If you could change anything about the industry, what would it be? if I could change anything about the industry I would want for labels to be more behind artists being creative than commercial. What they have to realize is that the consumers actually make the market so commercial is only what we feed into. That means commercial could honestly sound like anything with the right driving force behind it. I just wish artists could be left with creative control and freedom.
  12. What’s next for you, where would you like to see yourself in the next year? in the next year I see myself growing my fan base. Becoming a household name. Touring and doing plenty of shows.
  13. What is your social media? You can find me on Instagram @2dt_ye


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Introducing artist and model ‘Vibe’ aka Simone Miller

Vibe aka Simone Miller 25yrs old originally from Detroit, MI. Now currently reside in NW Arkansas .Although my path has never been a smooth one to walk down I still believe in taking chances. “No risks, no reward” right? Which is why I put myself out there to follow my passions Rapping and Modeling. Back home I’ve had several opportunities to display my talent at various shows which I also will be doing in South Carolina at the “All On Stage” tour. As far as my modeling career goes I am an ambassador for YouStella Boutique and I currently have other fashion agencies lined up. Like Veluntra, Espadra, Voncleir, Sphinx Vogue, Rsero, Sincere Sally etc,. I believe in giving back to your community, and developing strong relationships personally and professionally. Which is why I keep in contact with my day ones, never forgetting where I came from. I’ve volunteered at domestic centers back home and different churches here in NW Ark.

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Introducing Florida artist JES-B

Bruce Simon, stage name JES-B was born Nov 5, 1984, in a small town called Dade City, Florida. He is the youngest
of 5 siblings and was raised by a single mother at the time who was living off government assistance in the rural area of Lake George Apartments. His dad was in prison most of his life. JES-B played several sports while attending Pasco High School. In 2003, He graduated from Pasco High School. After that, he chose to further his education at Bethune Cookman University. Less than a year later, he dropped out after receiving the news that his girlfriend(at the time) became pregnant with his child.


JES-B has a passion and love for music since the age of 12 and began rapping in the school cafeteria. He participated in the high school talent shows in which he won 1st place in all of them. Back in the 80s, Jes-B’s granddad had a band and he’d watch them play. That is what inspired him to be the artist that he is today. While growing up, JES-B would say “LL COOL J. made it cool to rap and attracted the girls without selling drugs.” This became one of his biggest inspirations for him becoming JES-B.

In 2016, JES-B wanted to take his music and the passion that he had for it- to a more serious level. So from there, he started his label called Dynamic B Records. He has several songs that feature mainstream artists -Future and Gucci- slated to be released soon.

Currently, Jes-B’s music catalog consists of songs with Tom G, Frank Lini, Famous Kid Brick, Mowet from Pretty Ricky; just to name a few. Be sure to connect with Jes-B on all social media platforms.

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