Hey What’s good yall! Meet Ray Pearson a Hip Hop recording artist  from “Da Boogie Down”
He just dropped his latest EP “Where It Started At”  on October 31st, which is also his birthday. The 6 Track EP is produced by New Jersey producer, Famine.
     Pearson sought to tell the latest chapter of his story after the rerelease of his project Kaged Muzik for its 8 year anniversary. The Bronx Native looked to take it back to give you the result of his reflection over the last few months while giving you a glimpse of the past. Where it Started At. The
interlude to his full length project set to release in 2021 and is paying homage to his roots and the people who influenced him. An independent music award winning HipHop recording artist originally from The Bronx, New York. Early on in his journey, Ray used battle rap as a way to build a local reputation while in high school as well as sneaking into open mics at the age of 13 years old to perform. Ray Pearson has opened for artists such as Joell Ortiz, Styles P, Jeru The Damaja, Sadat X, Jimmy Kang of Wu Tang Management/Protect Ya Neck Records and DJ Tony Touch. From gracing the cover of the local newspaper The Union City Reporter to being interviewed on New York’s Power 105.1 with EmEz , Ray Pearson continues to put in the work necessary to build his name worldwide!
Make sure yall follow him on all social media platforms and check out his latest joints! “Riots” along with “I’m Nice”
Here is some of my music:
“Where It Started At” EP

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You better enjoy Lil Uzi Vert while you can him because the rapper  says his career will be over soon! Fresh off the release of his Pluto x Baby Pluto release with Future, Uzi is looking to call it quits after two more albums.

The collab album is the second of the year for him following the massive success of his solo Eternal Atake album. That does not stop him from looking at his future.“I’m dropping 2 more albums then I’m out,” Uzi said in a tweet and delete.

Do you think he’s telling the truth? Comment below!

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Cray Bays

Hey whats good ya’ll! Welcome to a new series brought to you by the Worldwide Fleet Djs called “Fleet Business Spotlight” Our aim is to highlight up and coming and thriving businesses! Check out our weekly interviews and support small businesses so they become big ones!

This episode I chopped it up with Kaye Harris and Actor Gary Sturgis about “CrayBays”. Based in Los Angeles, California, CrayBays offers a delicious assortment of Southern and Creole style cuisine. Crab Legs, Shrimp and Grits, Jambalaya! (my mouth was watering during the interview) I can’t wait till they get the east coast but looks like I won’t have to wait long! Check out my interview and learn more about CrayBays and don’t forget to follow them and support  @CrayBaysLA ! – Till Next Time!

– Nia Boom


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Kanye West  has made some less than flattering comments about Amber Rose over the years. During a 2015 interview with The Breakfast Club, he claimed he needed to take “30 showers” after the breakup, insinuating Rose was promiscuous. Rose suggests maybe he does that so his wife Kim Kardashian gets a different idea of what their life together was like.

“You share two years with someone, you take them around the world, you buy them all the jewelry, you shout out to the world how much you love them and how much fun you have with this person, and then the person decides that this isn’t what they want their life to be,” Rose told No Jumper. “I opted out. I don’t want my life to be like that. I’m not that type of person.

“And I don’t know if he says things to make his wife more comfortable, but to slut-shame me and say you needed 30 showers, like, bro, you took me around the world. Since when do you need 30 showers?”

More recently, Kanye called her a “prostitute” at one of his campaign rallies.

“He just called me a prostitute at his rally,” she said. “Ten years later. Just leave me alone. I don’t talk about you. Obviously, it comes up in interviews ’cause it’s a big part of why I’m famous so I try to give good interviews and not shy away from that, but at the same time, it’s like, ‘Bro, leave me alone.’”

At the end of the day, Rose thinks Ye lashed out at her because he was hurt by her decision to end the relationship. She told Everyday Struggle told Joe Budden, “I still have never said anything mean about Kanye. This is after six years of bullying from him. This is after six or seven years of constant bullying from him.”

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WU-TANG CLAN’S Raekwon to tell his Cuban Link life through 1st Memoir in 2021.

Raekwon The Chef is now an official author. The Wu-Tang Clan Alum is scheduled to release his first book “The Story Of Raekwon in 2021.” The veteran rapper’s memoir will be published by Gallery Books, a division of Simon & Schuster and New York Times bestselling author Anthony Bozza serves as Raekwon’s co-writer.

“This is my story, from being a wide-eyed kid full of hopes and dreams, through hard times and sadness and so many situations I’m amazed I survived,” Raekwon said in a press release. “This is all of it, the good, the bad, the ugly, the whole truth and nothing but.”

The book joins Raekwon’s Only Built 4 Cuban Linx 3 album and The Purple Tape Filedocumentary in his arsenal of upcoming projects. Raekwon has confirmed the Doc to drop before the end of 2020.

“Definitely get ready for it before the beginning of next year,” he said. “We gonna be ready to surprise the world. So, it’s a couple of things that’s going on, but I’ll keep some of it under my hat until the time is permitted.”

He continued, “You guys are gonna go crazy when you see The Purple Tape Files documentary. It’s something to look forward to. I mean, we saw the Jordan shit. We saw Jordan’s documentary, so I think right now I’m next up when it comes to what the world is about the see. You’re gonna be pretty much be blown away.”

Raekwon hasn’t announced specific release dates for his memoir, Only Built 4 Cuban Linx 3 or The Purple Tape Files. Earlier this year, he celebrated the 25th anniversary of the original Only Built 4 Cuban Linx LP.

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[NEWS] 50 Cent: Vote for Trump!

 ‘Vote for Trump’ ” I Don’t Care Trump don’t like Black People say the Queens Rapper.

50 Cent apparently isn’t a fan of Joe Biden’s proposed tax plan. After seeing a news report on the top tax rates by state, the New York City-based television mogul took a screen shot and headed to Instagram to urge his 26.2 million followers to vote for Donald Trump.

“WHAT THE FUCK! (VOTE ForTRUMP) I’m Out,” he wrote in the caption. “FUCK New York The KNICKS never win anyway. I don’t care Trump doesn’t like black people 62% are you out of ya fucking mind.”

50, who amassed an estimated $30 million fortune during the course of his career, clearly doesn’t want Uncle Sam taking such a massive cut from his income. Under Biden’s plan, New Jersey and California residents who make more than $400,000 per year could also face a more than 60 percent tax rate, while the rates in New York state could reach 58 percent.

Although we all know 50 to be a jokester do you think 62% is too much? Leave your comments below!



50 cent

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Despite his legal troubles looks like there are still some people who want more of Tory Lanez’s Quarantine Radio. After recently being charged for assault for allegedly shooting rapper Megan Thee Stallion, Lanez discussed the potential return of his Instagram Live show with a fan on social media.

“Can we get quarantine live again?” a fan asked him on Instagram.

Lanez responded, “Do y’all ACTUALLY want that shit?!”

Quarantine Radio became popular during the first few months of the Pandemic, and  it quickly became an afterthought once Lanez was accused of shooting Megan.

Megan initially resisted mentioning who was involved in the police incident but eventually identified Lanez as the triggerman  following rampant online speculation. Lanez was silent for weeks amid the accusations but finally broke his silence with the surprise release of his latest studio project “DAYSTAR”.

Lanez has denied all  accusations and even questioned the legitimacy of her injuries on the album which had the lowest opening week numbers of his career in both chart position and units sold.

Although Lanez claims his innocence, he has been charged with felony assault with a semiautomatic firearm and carrying a loaded, unregistered firearm in a vehicle and could face up to 23 years in prison.  A judge also issued a protective order against him, requiring him to stay 100 yards away from Megan and having no contact with her.

-Nia Boom

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[News] Nicki Minaj reveals Gender of her Baby!

Queen of Barbs! Nicki Minaj Gave birth Wednesday September 30th 2020 but until today there was no confirmation on the gender until now. There was speculation that she had a girl but she took to Instagram today to reveal that she had a baby boy!

“I am so grateful & in love with my son. Madly in love. My favorite liddo boy in the whole wide world,” she wrote in a thank you post to “Queen B, Kim & Ye, Riccardo Tisci, Winnie, Karol & everyone”

Congratulations to Mr and Mrs Kenneth Petty! Nicki who spent a decade proclaiming that these b*tches were her sons, finally had a son.

The Queens rapper announced that she’s hopping on Sada Baby’s viral Tik Tok hit, “Whole Lotta Choppas” and it’s releasing on Friday. Nicki also previously said she was working on her fifth studio album

– Boom

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What’s good yall! I’m back with another one and this time I teamed up with my Fleet fam DJ Shells! @Dj_Shells for a lil R&B kickback. So grab ya bae, ya potential boo, ya drink and Just Chiiiiiilll…







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Hey whats good y’all, I’m bacK! with another dope interview with Ghetto Mafia’s own Wicked. Make sure you follow and support and S/O to DJ Dasz GA Fleet!

1.SOM: What is your Name/ Stage Name? Tell us where you’re from and what first got you interested in the music/entertainment industry?

WICKED: Wicked of Ghetto Mafia.  I’m from Decatur GA. What got me interested in rap music was a legendary rapper named MC Breed.

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

WICKED: There are many things that inspired me to create but the list is too long.  I will say that Artists like the Geto Boys, Too Short, Run DMC, Cash Money just to name a few.  They are labeled an artist that I listened to heavily and they gave me a great passion for music.

3. SOM: What Motivates you?

WICKED Many different things motivate me, family and the desire to knock down the perception that rap has an age limit. Also, to pass on my knowledge to the youth of today because I lived it.

4. SOM: How would you describe your sound?

WICKED: I would describe my sound as one of a kind, original, and the only one in the world that has my style.

5. SOM: What is your creative process like?

WICKED: It depends on the track, I approach each track differently.  If I have love song I will have the purple lights on. If I have a tear the club song I would call the homies and we gone tear up some stuff. My creative process varies pending the subject manner.

6. SOM: What artist(s) would you like to collaborate with?

WICKED: I don’t have any single artist that i’m dying to do a song with but the list of artists that I would like to do a song with can easily get into the hundreds or thousands

7. SOM: What is one message you would give to your supporters?

WICKED: To turn on as many people to my music as possible

8. SOM: What hidden talent do you have?

WICKED: I’m an excellent basketball player and I’m a great speaker English major

9. SOM: What would you be doing right now, if you weren’t doing music?

WICKED: I would probably be a school teacher in Physical Education or Special Education

10. SOM: Who are some artists you admire and why?

WICKED: I’m going to speak on those that I know. Alot of the old school artists like Motown Greats that made songs that raised us all

11. SOM: What is the best advice you’ve been given?

WICKED: My mother said get you a good woman and you can conquer anything

12. SOM: If you could change anything about “the industry” what would it be?

WICKED: I would change the way that our legends are celebrated. All of our legends will be held to the highest regard

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

WICKED: To plant myself as the true Underground King of rap. The best to ever do it without a record deal.

14: SOM: What is your social media? How can people get in contact with you?

WICKED: @TheRealGhettoMafia on Instagram or email me at

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