Rising Independent Recording Artist “RONNIE” speaks real truth with RNH Magazine and reveals why his career is #ONTHEVERGE

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REINVENT YOURSELF
RNH Magazine represents the new age rebel millennials in the world of music, art, film, photography, sports, and creative design. Our journalistic approach enables our readers to see a panoramic view of the message. #RESULTSANDNOHYPE chief focus is to highlight the entrepreneurs and innovative thinkers of our generation who are creating a better tomorrow. The content within our online community is provocative, sexy, outside-of-the-box, and visionary.
RNH MAG: What is your artist name? Ronnie

RNH MAG: Explain what your name means? It’s just me.. That’s my real name

RNH MAG: What city and state are you representing? Buffalo Ny

RNH MAG: Describe your style of singing or rapping? I just get on the mic and talk; I call it ‘quality talk” … Some would say I sound like early 90’s Hip Hop

RNH MAG: Who inspired you to pursue a music career? Jay-Z, Scarface, J Cole, my child. People like that, they give me incentive to get on the mic and speak my truth. Cause its more than music. When it come those artists I got wisdom it was always more than music. My child just makes me do anything i put my mind to, that’s self-explanatory.

RNH MAG: What challenges did you face as a youth in pursuit of your music dream? Just the not knowing how to approach my songs and the business as a whole. Nobody held my hand in the beginning and nobody’s holding my hand now. I just hope the people hear the music and get it.

RNH MAG: Describe your feelings when you’re recording music in the studio? An amazing high. I get high when I finally release all the scramble thoughts and ideas in my head. It feels really good to express the feelings going on in ya head and then hearing them over an amazing beat. It’s like unexplainable. It loves.

RNH MAG: What is the message behind your music? The message is to listen and pay attention. It’s to teach so that you won’t have to go through some of the things I went through in life coming up. To show people how to be Kings and Queens.. How to get it and take care of their families.

RNH MAG: What do you fear the most in this business? Be misunderstood. Everything I say is for a reason. Everything I say has a meaning behind it. I’m just hoping the people catch it.

RNH MAG: Are you excited to be featured in RNH Magazine? Yes, very excited, and I’m looking forward to building together on my music journey

RNH Magazine: How can people reach on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook & etc?
www.Doobirocent.com

https://instagram.com/doobirocent
https://facebook/doobirocent

Rising Independent Recording Artist “SO ME THA ARTIST” speaks real truth with RNH Magazine and reveals why his career is #ONTHEVERGE

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RNH Magazine represents the new age rebel millennials in the world of music, art, film, photography, sports, and creative design. Our journalistic approach enables our readers to see a panoramic view of the message. #RESULTSANDNOHYPE chief focus is to highlight the entrepreneurs and innovative thinkers of our generation who are creating a better tomorrow. The content within our online community is provocative, sexy, outside-of-the-box, and visionary.
RNH MAG: What is your artist name? SoMe Tha Artist

RNH MAG: Explain what your name means?
I chose my name because im not like everybody else in hip hop. I do me and I create art with my words.

RNH MAG: What city and state are you representing? Compton CA

RNH MAG: Describe your style of singing or rapping? Inspiring.

RNH MAG: Who inspired you to pursue a music career? Mostly the early 90’s hip hop.

RNH MAG: What challenges did you face as a youth in pursuit of your music dream? Trying to survive in these crazy streets. Jail, Guns, and the Streets.

RNH MAG: Describe your feelings when you’re recording music in the studio? Focused, Ready, Determined, Passionate.

RNH MAG: What is the message behind your music? Positive thoughts

RNH MAG: What do you fear the most in this business? Not putting out good music for the world to hear.

RNH MAG: Are you excited to be featured in RNH Magazine? Yes. This is a great opportunity for people and fans to get to know me.

RNH Magazine: How can people reach on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook & etc? I can be found on Twitter @SoMe310, Instagram @SoMeThaArtist or so_me_tha_artist, Facebook @Hubcity Born or Kenny Hubcity or SoMe Tha Artist, Soundcloud @SoMe Tha Artist

MAJOR RECORDING ARTIST TRUE DECYPHER BREAKS DOWN HIS BLUEPRINT FOR SUCESS AND EXPLAINS WHY HIS #LTM (LIFE THROUGH MUSIC) MOVEMENT LIVES UP TO THE HYPE!

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REINVENT YOURSELF
RNH Magazine represents the new age rebel millennials in the world of music, art, film, photography, sports, and creative design. Our journalistic approach enables our readers to see a panoramic view of the message. #RESULTSANDNOHYPE chief focus is to highlight the entrepreneurs and innovative thinkers of our generation who are creating a better tomorrow. The content within our online community is provocative, sexy, outside-of-the-box, and visionary.
RNH MAG: What is your artist name?
TRUE DECYPHER

RNH MAG: Explain what your name means? TRUE DECYPHER MEANS TO BE ABLE TO BREAK DOWN REALITY AND SHOW IT TO THE WORLD. BASICALLY I AM THE TRUTH.

RNH MAG: What city and state are you representing? ORIGINALLY FROM FAYETTEVILLE, NC BUT REPRESENTING ORLANDO, FL.

RNH MAG: Describe your style of singing or rapping? MY STYLE OF RAPPING AND SINGING IS VERSATILE. I ADAPT TO THE TIMES WHILE ALSO BRINGING MY OWN FLAVOR AND SOME OLD SCHOOL FLAIR.

RNH MAG: Who inspired you to pursue a music career? MY MANAGER LAURA (LC). BEFORE. SHE WAS MY MANAGER SHE WAS MY BEST FRIEND AND ONE DAY WE WERE SITTING IN THE STUDIO AND I PUT ON A TRACK THAT I DID. SEE I WAS PRODUCING FOR A LONG TIME AND THAT IS WHAT SHE KNEW I DID BYT WHEN I LET HER LISTEN TO THE TRACK I DID SHE WAS IN AWE AND TOLD ME I HAD TO START A CAREER MYSELF AND TOLS ME SHE WOULD BE BY MY SIDE THE WHOLE WAY

RNH MAG: What challenges did you face as a youth in pursuit of your music dream? PEOPLE THAT DIDNT BELIEVE IN ME. TELLING THAT I WOULDNT AMOUNT TO ANYTHING. LAUGHING AT MY LYRICS AND MY VOICE SINCE I WASNT FULLY DEVELOPED MUSICALLY.

RNH MAG: Describe your feelings when you’re recording music in the studio? MY FEELINGS IN THE STUDIO ARE EXPLOSIVE. ITS JUST ME AND THE MICROPHONE. I FEEL LIKE NOTHING IN THE WORLD CAN BOTHER ME ONCE IM RECORDING OR AROUND MUSIC IN GENERAL.

RNH MAG: What is the message behind your music? BE YOURSELF AND STAY TRUE. ITS WHAT MY BRAND STANDS FOR LTM LIFE THRU MUSIC MUSIC IS THEY KEY TO THE SOUL ITS LYRICS TO SOMEONES LIFE AND THATS WHAT I TRY TO PORTRAY WITH MY MUSIC

RNH MAG: What do you fear the most in this business? FAILURE AND PEOPLE NOT SEEING MY POTENTIAL

RNH MAG: Are you excited to be featured in RNH Magazine? YES I AM VERY EXCITED AND HONORED. FOR THIS OPPORTUNITY

RNH Magazine: How can people reach on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook & etc?
@TRUEDECYPHER FOR ALL SOCIAL MEDIA OUTLETS INCLUDING HANG W/ AND SNAPCHAT

Rising Independent Recording Artist “Lorraine Milton” speaks real truth with RNH Magazine and reveals why her career is #ONTHEVERGE

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RNH Mag: What is the artist name?
Artist: Lorraine Milton

RNH Mag: Explain what your name means,
Artist: Lorraine is a French name, meaning “from Lorraine, France”.

RNH Mag: What city and state are you representing?
Artist: I am representing Detroit (Hometown) and Houston (Residence),

RNH Mag: Describe your style of singing or rapping,
Artist: My style of singing is unique in a sense. It is R&B with a twist. I want the listener to know
exactly what the song is conveying, therefore, all of my music have spoken words.

RNH Mag: Who inspired you to pursue a music career?
Artist: I love music, especially “my MOTOWN”! When I was growing up listening to Diana Ross and Supremes, Gladys Knight, Aretha Franklin,
Temptation, Lou Rawls, Lil Stevie Wonder, Commodores, Martha and Vandellas, on and on… I knew one day I would pursue singing. In high school, SoutheastermnHigh School, Detroit,
I entered a Talent Contest and sang, Stop! In The Name of Love, with 2 other students (friends); we had so much fun- I think we won (can’t remember). When I was on the stage, it
felt so GREAT – I knew I wanted a singing business. Since, I served 21 years in the military (10 years – US Air Force/11 years – US Navy), I had to wait until I retired.
I have recorded 5 songs including 1 demo), Love, Mama’s Child, Detroit On a Roll, Sylvia (I Am My Mama’s Child (DEMO). Available on iTunes, CD Baby and most digital outlets.
If you cannot locate my songs, contact me -lomilt@aol.com

RNH Mag: What Challenges did you face as a youth in pursuit of your music dream?
Artist: I served my country for 21 years. While serving I wrote poetry and plan to use my poetry books to create lyrics for songs. I authored
4books – Perspectives (Poetry), Pinnacle (Poetry), Disaster Master Plan (Nonfiction), My Son Went to JAIL For Taking a Bath – available on Amazon.

RNH Mag: Describe your feelings when you are recording in the studio,
Artist: When I am recording my songs (I write all of them) , I feel elated! It always take me back to my teen years when I use to dance to the radio – MOTOWN jams-
the first song comes to mind is, I Heard It Through The Grapevine – Marvin Gaye. I can see me in the mirror dancing now – memories!

RNH Mag: What is the message behind your music:
Artist The message of my music is to give the listener and fans positive lyrics to think about – there is so much negative messages in the World – I sing about World Peace (Love,
Love of my Dear Mother (Mama’s Child), Detroit’s GREAT Comeback (Detroit On a Roll), and Honoring my wonderful mother (Sylvia). Sylvia, is written to be interactive with the listener/fans.
They can plug their own name or a loved ones name – HAVE FUN!

RNH Mag:What do you fear the most in this business?
Artist: I fear that millions of songs are sold/downloaded and I will not be paid! I’ve been singing professionally since Jan 2014 – NO PAYMENT YET! I know my book, Disaster Master Plan, has sold millions
and my songs have been downloads many times – NO PAYMENT! I am being harassed by the NSA/FBI/CIA/Police. If you can recommend an Entertainment attorney, I would appreciate it,

RNH: Are you excited to be featured in RNH Magazine? Yes, absolutely! I have been interviewed in several magazines and many radio shows – thank you for assisting Indie Artist! Thank you for this interview!

RNH Mag: How can people reach you on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook & etc?
Artist: Twitter: @lomilt Facebook: lomilt (Lorraine Milton) Linkedin (lomilt)

Rising Independent Recording Artist “Maniac Mayne” speaks real truth with RNH Magazine and reveals why his career is #ONTHEVERGE

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What is your artist name?: Maniac Mayne
What city and state are you representing?: Broward, FL
Describe your style of singing or rapping?: Hip Hop…. Im a lyricist
Who inspired you to pursue a music career?: Lil Wayne… and as i started pursuing music Drake, J Cole, Meek Mill and Kendrick Lamar
What challenges did you face as a youth in pursuit of your music dream?: The streets… I’d have to say that more than anything else, me and my homies all grew up one foot in and one foot out so to say. We always we’re caught up in the middle of things whether it was drugs or packages getting delivered, shootouts, you name it. I remember when I was 17 my mother was still alive she had not yet passed away from cancer and everyday me and my boys would go rob a local drug dealer just so we can get weed to smoke and money for the day. And the next day will do it all over again. I think we did that for like 4 or 5 months straight. Talk about running off on the plug twice lol. I’ll never glorify these things because we where young and we felt like that was what we were supoosed to do. But as we got older , our dreams got bigger.
Describe your feelings when you’re recording music in the studio?: When I’m in the studio I am literally in a different world. I feel like I’m a different person honestly when I rap, record or conduct any sort of music. There’s a reason why I call myself Maniac. In a sense I feel like it’s a split personality once im on the mic.
What is the message behind your music?: If you listen to my EP “Who Is Maniac Mayne” I am really making a statement. I am what the upper class and so called government would call a menace to society (hence my up coming project “Maniac To Society”) I represent everything that society tells us is wrong I represent the truth. I don’t want to elaborate too much on that because I am NOT where I would like to be musically or financially yet so I kind of have to bite my tongue a little but if you listen to the music you will understand. I throw outs bits and pieces of the truth in the majority of my music. And when I say “truth” that is something that over time my fans will come to understand. I truly feel like society needs to wake up. But then again everybody just wants to party and have fun so you kind of have to learn how to cater to that crowd and also slip some knowledge in there.
What do you fear the most in this business?: What I fear most in this business is that I will deal with someone or some record label that will try to change my image, the message I am trying to promote, or try change me as an individual. I know a few artists and I’ve seen some major changes happen over the time. I’m not saying change is bad but it has to be the right kind of change.
Are you excited to be featured in RNH Magazine?: Of course, I’m excited to be fearured in any blog or magazine that has interest in me.
How can people reach on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook & etc?: You can find me on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Tumblr, SoundCloud, all that. Its Maniac Mayne for everything except for Twitter, on Twitter its @Mayneyoung.
Twitter Link:: Twitter.com/Mayneyoung
Instagram Link:: Instagram.com/ManiacMayne
Facebook Link:: Facebook.com/ManiacMayne