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K Michelle Country Album

[This is] A Love Letter to my fans. For over 10 years y’all have rallied and rebelled with me. No politics, no bs, just some real R&B


K. Michelle Confession

K Michelle has declared that “I’m The Problem” and on Friday, September 22nd, she will release a confessional album. K Michelle has always been our ballad belting girlie, but she’s calling it quits. She’s been able to produce music with incredible people across the industry from Yo Gotti, Kash Doll, to Missy Elliott, to Trina & the City Girls. However, this will be the final R&B album from the “Crazy Like You” singer.

Now, this is an 18-track album with a bonus song. The album is very true to the K Michelle production we know, but with demanding country music influences. That doesn’t take away from the rawness she’s giving. Like in “YOU” where she explains, “Even if I don’t say it doesn’t mean that I’m not messed up.”

Introducing Puddin’

Just because she’s throwing in the towel with R&B doesn’t mean she is hopping out of the game anytime soon. Stepping into 2024, she’s singing strictly country music. She will now present herself under the moniker ‘Puddin’, which is originally a family nickname. This is a major win for the artist because she’s made it clear that in the past she had NO OWNERSHIP to her art and made more money from being a Jack Daniel’s brand ambassador than she has from selling any music. In addition, she’s definitely had her fair share of battles with labels about not only artistry, but the overall direction of her brand. Currently, she’s signed to MNRK Music Group (Blueface, Sevyn Streeter, RZA) which is an independent label.

Via Thrive Global


  1. Intro: Lot of Nothing
  2. Memphis
  3. No Pain
  4. Blame Yourself
  5. Love Language
  6. YOU
  7. Lot of Nothing, Pt. 2
  8. Big Deal
  9. Wherever the D May Land
  10. Hurt Sh*t
  11. I Cheat
  12. Only One
  13. Gangsta In Me
  14. Lot of Nothing, Pt. 3
  15. This Man
  16. Scooch
  17. God Knew
  18. Same Damn Show
  19. Tennessee (Bonus Track)

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38 Spesh Drops “Gunsmoke” EP

38 Spesh

38 SPESH is back in the kitchen.

Spesh, originally known as 38 Special, has been rapping since the early 2000s. In 2006, he appeared on Alive on Arrival, a mixtape by early supporter and fellow Rochester product DJ Green Lantern. By the end of that decade, Spesh had headlined a couple Lantern-presented tapes.

After serving time in prison he returned in 2012 with Time Served. This began a constant dispersal of studio projects that continued through the end of 2010. Along with numerous solo releases, Spesh showcased artists on his TCF Music Group label with the Trust Tape series.

He has blessed mics with Benny the Butcher (Cocaine Cowboys and Stabbed & Shot), Joe Blow (In the Mob We Trust), and Kool G Rap (the cross-generational Son of G Rap). Spesh closed out his second decade of activity with a handful of solo tapes, highlighted by A Bullet for Every Heathen.

38 Spesh

Named after his strain of weed, Spesh comes with that music that will get you high.


The 8 track EP has features from RansomChe Noir, the late Fred the GodsonFlee Lord, and Klass Murda. On top of his own production, Spesh is also rocking over beats by Harry FraudRain910TrickyTrippz.

Click the play button below and add Gunsmoke wherever you get music. Stay tuned for a project from Spesh and Conway the Machine in the near future.


Some of the grimmest and lucid street tales from post-2000 New York state underground have been spun by 38 Spesh. A boom-bap disciple with over two dozen solo and collaborative projects. Time Served (2012), Stabbed & Shot (2018), A Bullet for Every Heathen (2019), and 7 Shots (2022).

He’s worked closely with fellow Upstate natives such as Benny the Butcher and Che Noir, and has recorded with influences including Kool G RapGhostface Killah, and DJ Premier.

Especially prolific in 2020, Spesh was behind at least ten titles that year alone, teaming with the likes of Che Noir and Planet Asia for numerous duo projects, and offering solo releases ranging from the instrumental set Speshal Blends to Interstate 38.

Spesh linked again with Benny the Butcher for Trust the Sopranos in 2021, and the next year issued the solo 7 Shots.


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Illpo Releases “Severance Pack” Album


Illpo is the North Carolina duo consisting of rappers Boones and Bond, and they are back with a new album titled “Severance Package” full of that Boom Bap you need.

If you dig names from North Carolina like OC From NC and the Jamla crew, you need to hear Illpo.


Illpo “Severance Pack” album
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SWAG 100 FM-Hip-Hop Radio For Indie Artist and DJ’s

What is SWAG 100 FM?

SWAG 100 FM is Philadelphia’s first non-stop Hip-Hop station for the indie artist. Dedicated to independent artists and DJs, it follows the footsteps of NYC based radio station HOT 97. Known to be the first hip-hop music-only station in the whole world. Starting off as an experimental station, HOT 97 swiftly developed into a pioneer in radio history. It is now the favorite station for trendsetters and influencers in the NY hip-hop scene.

SWAG 100 has the radio pioneers blueprint, implementing and carving it’s own stamp in the radio business. Having countries like Canada – Russian Federation and United Kingdom as their top listeners outside of the United States. It has become a staple in the city of Philadelphia and Tri-State area for independent artist and local businesses.

SWAG 100 FM - Hip-Hop Radio For Indie Artist and Djs
SWAG 100 FM Top 3 Listening Countries

Who Runs SWAG 100 FM?

The owner of SWAG 100 FM is Lee McIntosh III (SWAG 100). He’s a member of the worldwide Fleet DJs organization. With a network like the Fleet Radio Network ,their reach is over 1 million listeners worldwide.

Instead of only playing typical BillBoard hits and radio programed songs, SWAG 100 pushes independent music both nationally and aboard. This separates them from any other station in the business.

The Philly based station focuses on overlooked genres. Along with Hip-Hop they feature Drill, Grime, Afrobeats, Reggae, Reggaeton, R&B, Trap and Soul.

Having a wide variety of played genres, SWAG 100 decided to take on Disc Jockeys who specialized in these specific areas of music. SWAG has scouted DJs throughout the Untied States. This allows him to produce a well balanced radio station schedule.

The Personalities of SWAG 100 FM Radio

DJ PoohGeez “Philly Fleet DJs” Owner of “Tunnel Bangers Podcast” is a Philadelphia legendary DJ who focuses on old-school Hip-Hop and R&B mixes.

DJ L.E.S. Rico is a Florida Fleet DJs recruiter for the Latin division of Fleet. He is one of the most highly respected DJs in the East Coast. He airs on 19 radio station throughout the United States, focusing on Reggaeton, Reggae and Hip-Hop genres.

Dj NoPhrillz aka PHAMOUS PHRiLLZ mixtape – tour and radio DJ who’s the creator of (PSP) Philly Support Philly he’s a manager of “Philly Fleet DJs” Owner of “Official Street Radio” and “Xfinity Marketing”. PHAMOUS PHRiLLZ is a Philadelphia icon and staple to the hip-hop community of his city. NoPhrillz main focus is breaking independent artist alongside his Industry Hip-Hop radio mixes.

The Squad Runs Deep

DJ Breezer254 “Florida Fleet DJs” Radio DJ for K102 and SWAG 100 FM. He focuses on Tropical music like Reggae, Afrobeats, Amapiano, Soca, Dancehall, and Reggaeton. Giving Africans in the diaspora a reliable DJ that they can reach out to and count on to represent the African culture.

YoungChamp is a Massachusetts Fleet DJ and a Main DJ for 107.3 FM. He is also a featured DJ on Shade45‘s Drunk and Mix Show. He focuses on breaking the newest mainstream hip-hop industry hits.

T-Quest “Florida Fleet DJs” Owner of “Gotta Love Me Radio – GLM Designs”. She has a Podcast show that airs on SWAG 100 FM and around the U.S. on other stations titled The T-Quest Show with DJ ILL NINO. She specializes in givng artists, businesses and brands the exposure they need to further themselves.

DJ SWAG 100 ” Philly Fleet DJs” Owner of “SWAG 100 LLC – SWAG 100 Podcast and SWAG 100 FM”. DJ SWAG 100 is a mixtape – tour and radio DJ who’s committed and focused on breaking independent artist on the U.S. Billboard charts. He also airs the prized SWAG 100 Podcast segment known as “Goat Vibez” on SWAG 100 FM. He conducts high level interviews with Celebrities, Athletes, Industry Artist and Professionals who cater to the music business.


swag 100

SWAG 100 “Goat Vibez Interviews” is a heavily noted platform in the podcast world. Available on the top 18 major podcast distribution platforms. Independently established on iHeart Radio Apple PodcastSpotify PodcastTuneIn + AlexaPodcast Index Amazon MusicGoogle PodcastPodchaserPodcast AddictPocket CastsListen NotesPlayer FM – Deezer – Overcast – Castro – Castbox – Podfriend and Goodpods.

SWAG 100 radio spins are tracked through This system reports to the BillBoard and allows artist & record labels access to view records for data and analysis.

SWAG 100 FM is Re-Branding HipHop Culture for independent music and over looked genres that the world loves. Visit where you can listen to non-stop music 24/7. Watch or listen to podcast segments, shop for merch and more!

SWAG 100 FM - Hip-Hop Radio For Indie Artist and Djs

SWAG 100 FM - Hip-Hop Radio For Indie Artist and Djs
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Triggerrun Turns Up With Latest Single

The Real Dj Spins Got The Chance To Chop It Up With Triggerrun Recently And Got To Get The Inside Scoop On The Groups Latest Moves As Well as All There Is To Know About The Group And Whats To Come In 2022

What is your Stage Name?
TRIGGERRUN: Knegil, H3theArtist and Syncere

Please tell us where you’re from?
Atlanta by way of Albany (229)

What first got you interested in the entertainment industry?
For Knegil, passion for music started at an early age with my father being in a singing group Joe Page & the Diplomats and mother sang Opera style in the church choir and played piano so it was innate to a sense. In elementary, I would follow suit in music as I played violin and saxophone through middle/high school. However, it was New Edition and Michael Jackson that I aspired to at an early age.

For me, H3, I grew up in a house of music appreciation. The soundscape of my home was as such: My mother would reimagine songs in a choral/operatic fashion, my father would croon in the shower with melodic rhythm and blues overtones, and my big sister would be practicing classical music on our Baldwin piano in the garage. Also, during my childhood, all of the programs I loved the most were complete compositions ranging from the theme songs of: The Electric Company, Sesame Street, Mr. Rodgers Neighborhood, Johnny Quest, Space Ghost…The Facts of Life, Different Strokes,etc. No matter what you turned to, the musical complexity of compositions were of the highest level. This was inspiring to me and setting the stage for my future aspirations. The proverbial moment of my musical awakening was the Motown 25 Review, when Michael Jackson took to the stage to usher in a new movement in entertainment. When I saw him perform…on that night…I was forever transformed. I knew then that I would pursue a career in the music industry.

Who and/or what inspires you to create?
The inspiration comes from the pure love of the musical art form and the ability to create an arrangement of sound thus turning it into a beautiful masterpiece.

Creating art is subjective and is the highest form of self-expression. Through self-expression in any form, in any genre, there is freedom. The freedom that you have in your expression translates to those that witness your art, whatever that may be, to experience freedom for themselves.

How would you describe your sound?
An eclectic mix of East Coast meets the ATL Dirty South fusion.

What is your creative process like?
You can never plan to capture magical moments. However, we listen to every genre and form of music for inspiration.

Our most magical creative moments come by way of happenstance. So our process is simple, whatever feels good and sounds good in the moment. It’s all emotion. Whenever or wherever we catch a vibe.

Our process is to simply capture the moment by recording it on the spot to revisit later. We create a safe space where we give one another the creative freedom to share ideas no matter how “off-the-wall” it may be. In that space, there is honesty and support. Not all ideas are used, but all ideas are allowed to be expressed.

What artist(s) would you like to collaborate with?
It doesn’t matter! Coming from the TRUE school my favs are Rakim, Nas, Tupac, Biggie, Outkast, NWA as each one of these artists changed the face of hip-hop.

If you could open a show for any artist who would it be?
Man tough question… H3…That is tough, it would be great to open for MC Hammer, or any of the icons that are Hip Hop Royalty: LL Cool J, Dougie Fresh, etc. It would be dope to open up for J. Cole, Kendrick Lamar, Silk Sonic…I mean…if they are a vibe…it will be a pleasure, cause The Trigger is a whole vibe!

What is one message you would give to your supporters?
Never give up your dreams. Music is for the young at heart, stay on your grind & set the narrative.

What is the most useless talent you have?
Knegil: Whistling.
H3: My most useless talent is the one that I don’t use. I don’t feel I have any useless talent. But I do have talents that are least utilized. And sometimes, even my most utilized talents become dormant due to inactivity. As an artist, you must continue to stir your gifts.

What would you be doing right now, if you weren’t doing music?
Youth sports mentoring, giving back to the youth which is what I did on my hiatus from the music business.
H3: If I wasn’t doing music, I’d probably be acting and studying the craft more. I enjoy the art of storytelling and stretching my potential and taking on different modes of thinking. That’s hardwired in my personality.

Who are some artists you admire and why?
Rakim is one of the cornerstones that the foundation of hip-hop was built. His style of MC’ing and lyricism still reigns supreme until this day as one of the ill-est to ever spit. H3… I’ve always admired, and am a fan of, Busta Rhymes. He’s a “linguistic mad man”. His CRAZY performance energy and verbal flow has always been amazing to me. He’s Kinesthetic!! I am drawn to that! I also love Soul /R&B Artists with clever and conversational lyrics such as: Musiq Soul Child and Ne-Yo.

What is the best advice you’ve been given?
Knegil: Stay humble, be prepared and wait your turn. And when opportunity presents. Kill It!
H3: Walk quiet and carry a big stick. We have always been about action and execution.

If you could change anything about the industry, what would it be?
Knegil: The stigmatism and negativity (elaborate)
H3: Expand the musical limitations. Allowing the creativity of artists to breathe in the industry and allowing for diversity of styles and musicianship to take place at higher levels across the board. There’s so much potential in artists. The industry tends to pigeon hole an artist into one faction of his or her expression. We are all living our dreams out loud…Why limit the dream?

What’s next for you, where would you like to see yourself in the next year?
Next, is winning awards/nominations on this new independent platform while transcending and elevating to higher levels of achievement in this game. Having our music and our likeness used in feature films, games, soundtracks, and other intellectual properties to establish our legacy and dominance in the game.

What is your social media?
How can people get in contact with you? IG: @triggerrun; FB: Triggerrun Trp; Tik Tok @triggerrun; YouTube: Triggerrun

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The invasion of Russia into Ukraine has cut through the hearts of the world as we have had to watch the destruction unfold. This war has reached the hearts of people from across the world and sadly the majority of the world is powerless against the pain that is ripping through Ukraine. Many artists and celebrities have spoken out about their feelings during this time and last month Capital Bra dropped his song entitled “Stop Wars” which features Kontra K and is produced by PAIX. The song currently has 1.6 million views on YouTube, So why has this song touched his fans in such a unique way? This is most likely due to the status of voice Capital Bra holds in Germany, Russia, and Ukraine.

Capital Bra was born in 1994 and spent his first childhood years growing up in Dnipropetrovsk Ukraine before moving to Berlin with his mother in 2000. He started rapping at the young age of 11 and developed his style of East Slavic and Arabic words that would later shake the hip hop world. In 2016 his career started to soar and he has won numerous awards throughout his career. His music has traveled throughout Germany and Europe and his YouTube videos have an astounding amount of views. Some of them topped out at around 80 Million. He clearly has a voice that reaches millions and his Ukrainian roots have had fans looking for his opinion on the war.

The song “Stop Wars” has communicated his thoughts and feelings on the war that is estimated to of killed around 80 thousand lives, 11 million people displaced, and 400 people missing. His lyrics are heartfelt and touching through his experience of the situation that has hit his home.

If only you know how many tears a bullet brings

Capital Bra has posted the song on his youtube that can be heard in German. Many other YouTube accounts have translated the song into different languages including English.

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Arsonal Da Rebel ft. NLE Choppa – “Wrong Nigga”

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With over 100 million total views, Arsonal da Rebel is undoubtedly the most popular battle rapper in the world. He has 20 years of experience in the rap game. He’s inspired legions of new rappers from Newark, New Jersey and all over the world to pick up the mic to battle rap. Through various card appearances, cyphers, and freestyles Arsonal Da Rebel has earned the title of the “King of Disrespect”.

As an emcee, Arsonal balances his rare charisma and witty lyricism to challenge the typical aggressive nature associated with Hip Hop culture. He has cultivated a brand that is centered around a mixture of good business practices and ethics along with his personal style and aspirations.

As a recording artist, he has toured with Fetty Wap and performed songs with the multi-Grammy award winning artist Wyclef Jean, Snoop Dogg, Chris Brown, Raheim DeVaughn, NLE Choppa and more.

Arsonal Da Rebel-Big Jersey (Photo Cred: Amazon Music)

Go stream Arsonal Da Rebel’s most recent album “Big Jersey” available on all major streaming platforms!

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Brenae Releases Her Debut Mixtape


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Atlanta recording artist Brenae released her debut mixtape titled Appaloosa Cove. Brenae gets mixtape heavyweight The Real Dj Spins to host the project and add his DJ touch to it. The mixtape features 12 tracks with a mixture of freestyles and full song format.

Brenae (Photo Cred: Eye of Kedar Photography)

Appaloosa Cove is powered by The Fleet DJ’s and has gained 20k streams so far on Audiomack. Stream Appaloosa Cove down below and keep up with Brenae on Instagram @Bre_naee_

Brenae (Photo Cred: Artist IG Page)
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Santa Sallet is Putting On For The DMV

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Recently I got the chance to chop it up with SANTA SALLET to get to know the upcoming DMV recording artist and speak on what he has going on currently.

DJ SPINS: What is your Stage Name? Please tell us where you’re from and what first got you interested in the entertainment industry?

Santa Sallet: My name is Santa Sallet and I was born a champion in Roseau, Dominica. I currently rep the DMV. I love cartoons and I excelled at poetry at a young. One day I came home and I saw Busta Rhymes’ video Gimme Some More and the rest is history.

DJ: Who and/or what inspires you to create?

SS: I see rap kind of like martial arts. I enjoy the sport of rapping and I want to continue sharpening my sword and my skills. The way I can do that is to rap with the best. To do that, I need to be part of the best of them.

DJ: How would you describe your sound?

SS: Classic. I bring a lot of classic 90s rap sounds with a modern flair. My rap style is really a child of New York/East Coast rap.

DJ: What is your creative process like?

SS: I am always freestyle. I am forever freestyling. I will hear a beat that’s so dope once it comes on that I can’t stop freestyling to it. The only way I can stop is to conquer the beat by writing a song to it. Then I can find peace once more.

DJ: What artist(s) would you like to collaborate with?

SS: Busta Rhymes, obviously, but also Schoolboy Q, ASAP Mob, Tyler the Creator, Dave East, Maxo Kream, Baby Keem, Kendrick Lamar, and the legends like Kanye West, Lil Wayne, Jay-Z.

DJ: If you could open a show for any artist who would it be?

SS: Schoolboy Q or Tyler the Creator right now would be dope.

DJ: What is one message you would give to your supporters?

SS: Think and grow rich. What you think, say and do is what you will become.

DJ: What is the most useless talent you have?

SS: Juggling and completing Rubik’s Cubes really fast are pretty useless talents.

DJ: What would you be doing right now, if you weren’t doing music?

SS: The same thing I do every day. Try to take over the world. Being a rapper is just the start. I am an entrepreneur and rapping is just one of my business ventures. So I guess I’d still be making money.

DJ: Who are some artists you admire and why?

SS: I admire Kanye West. He was one of the first artists known for both their production and ability to rap. I wanted to emulate that and produce my own rap albums. In addition to Kanye West, I also admire other billionaire rappers such as Jay-Z and Dr Dre (Not quite…but you get the idea). I too would like to be a billionaire rapper. Finally, I admire Will Smith. What an amazing career. He’s also one of my early rap influences. He has a phenomenal career as a CLEAN rapper and actor. I too would like to rapper/actor.

DJ: What is the best advice you’ve been given?

SS: Be original. I was lucky enough met DJ Jazzy Jeff for the release of his album “The Magnificent” during a family vacation in Cape Town, South Africa. I bought his record and lined up for a signature. When I got to the front I asked him if you had one piece of advice for an aspiring rapper, what would it be? He thought about it and replied, “Just be original. No matter what you do or what anybody says just be original. Be yourself. Be original.” As a huge Fresh Prince fan, I remember being SUPER nervous at the time and like walking away when he started talking, but he stopped me because he really wanted to make sure I heard what he was saying. I now approach my rap career with these words in mind.

DJ: If you could change anything about the industry, what would it be?

SS: I wish it was easier to use other people works to create derivative works. Like I get its copyrighted and you need to be compensated. I don’t get why you are allowed to say no. Let’s make sampling easier. I guess you could disagree with the message your music is being used for, but that’s art. I think it’s meant to be free to grow and evolve. They say you have two deaths: The first is when you die. The second is the last time someone says your name. I want to live forever, baby. Use my music.

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

SS: I want to go on tour. I will be dropping my official mixtape early next year. Be on the lookout for Plutography. I want everybody to hear it. I plan to rap all over the world.

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

SS: You can find me on everything @SantaSallet. You will find me hanging out on Instagram the most. If you want to get in touch head over to my website at and fill out the contact form. Otherwise, don’t be weird and just drop me a message on any of my socials.

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Lady Loe Reintroduces Herself To The World


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Recently I got the chance to chop it up with Virginia’s own LADY LOE as she’s on a mission to let the world know that “She Did It.”

DJ Spins- What is your Stage Name?

LADY LOE- I go by the name of Lady Loe.

DJ- Please tell us where you’re from and what first got you interested in the entertainment industry?

LL- Born in Brooklyn, Bred in Queens. My mom and dad loved “oldies but goodies” music. My dad was a R&B singer in a group. I would listen to the oldies but goodies and rap to those songs while imaging I was on stage performing.

DJ – Who and/or what inspires you to create?

LL- Life, really. Mine and other people’s situations inspire me to write and create. I’ve written songs about homelessness and domestic violence as these things happened in my life, which touches the lives of others who experienced the same or similar situations.

DJ- How would you describe your sound?

LL- Most people say I sound aggressive when I’m rapping (laughs). Everyone says they love my voice and that my voice is unique. Cool from Cool and Dre (Platinum producers) said that I don’t sound like no other female which was dope!! He continued by saying that I sound like a female version of Busta Rhymes! That was a huge compliment!!

DJ- What is your creative process like?

LL- I’m very picky when selecting beats! (laughs) The beat is what moves, directs, and shapes my vision. I write to video in my head. I’ll freestyle, not with words, but with patterns to create my cadence and how the flow would go.

DJ- What artist(s) would you like to collaborate with?

LL- Jay-Z, Jadakiss, Meek Mills, Queen Latifah, Lauren Hill, Busta Rhymes, Method Man, Rakim, and Roddy Ricch to name a few.

DJ- If you could open a show for any artist who would it be?

LL- Definitely would have to be Jay-Z

DJ- What is one message you would give to your supporters?

LL- Never give up on your DREAMS!

I’m very picky when selecting beats (laughs). The beat is what moves, shapes and directs my vision. I’ll freestyle, not with words but with patterns to create my cadence.

Lady Loe on her creative process

DJ- What is the most useless talent you have?

LL- Dancing! (laughs)

DJ- What would you be doing right now, if you weren’t doing music?

LL- If I wasn’t in the music industry I would be involved in social work.

DJ- Who are some artists you admire and why?

LL- Fat Joe because he put on a lot of artists and they are now superstars. I would also say Jay-Z because he built an Empire.

DJ- What is the best advice you’ve been given?

LL- Never try to change any situation that you can’t control. I am only in control of myself and my actions and behaviors.

DJ- If you could change anything about the industry, what would it be?

LL- I would like to see more opportunities presented to female artists.

DJ- What’s next for you and where would you like to see yourself in the next year?

LL- I would like to chart on the Billboards.

Lady Loe Latest Single We Did It Featuring J Hood

You can follow Lady Loe on IG/FB/Twitter: @LadyLoeTheUnit. You can check out her website at or you can Google her (Lady Loe).

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