1k Hollywood talks life, music, hustling, & more with RNH Magazine! #MAJORKEY

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What is your artist name?

1k Hollywood
 

Explain what your name means?

1k is a symbol of where i was raised meaning the hundred block also, it is over stating the meaning of being real instead of keeping it 100 we keep it 1000.
 

What city and state are you representing?

Indianapolis,Indiana
 

Describe your style of singing or rapping?

My style of rapping i consider reality rap. Story telling things like that. Anything to do with a real life situation and struggles that people around the world go through.
 

Who inspired you to pursue a music career?

My family and friends also one of my favorite rappers Chief Keef and even though i like his music is more of his mindset is why i consider him one of my favorite rappers.
 

What challenges did you face as a youth in pursuit of your music dream?

Being a rebel. My mother has 4 children and I always wanted to be different but never for the right reasons. My siblings weren’t perfect but they showed they were well raised and never really gave my parents problems. Me on the other end i was getting kicked out of school, locked up, suspended things like that. I would never tell a soul that i wasn’t raised well everything i did and choose to do was on me. i just never wanted to be the good guy until i saw the bigger picture. On top of that the struggles that i went through as a child within my home like being without weather it was water,lights,or gas whatever the case was but i can never say i went a day hungry or without something to eat you know.
 

Describe your feelings when you’re recording music in the studio?

My feelings fade i don’t really feel anything is just like a connection between me, my pain and experience, and the studio equipment. Its almost the feeling of having a special connection with the studio.
 

What is the message behind your music?

The message behind my music reaches to the youth mainly going through pains and struggles that no one will understand because they are blinded by the fact that our generation has it harder than it seems when you are trying to good. Being the voice for them i want them to know i was there and I’m with them now.
 

What do you fear the most in this business?

The poker faces. Many of the people you meet doing business seems so legit and like they are so far when really only why they act a special way toward you is because they see ways to profit off of you and me being me big hearted an willing to give anyone a chance that has to be the scariest thing for me.
 

Are you excited to be featured in RNH Magazine?

Extremely! I am excited and very thankful for the opportunity.
 

How can people reach you on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook & etc?

Twitter , Facebook, instagram, sound cloud
 

Name of Track being aired:

Over Dose
 

Twitter Link

https://twitter.com/ShutUp_YouWhore
 

Instagram Link

https://www.instagram.com/huey_newton16/
 

Facebook Link

https://www.facebook.com/antwan.solidersanders
 

Soundcloud Link

https://soundcloud.com/1k-hollywood-yard-rvnnerz

 

Emerging artist ZANGBA opens up to RNH Magazine about his music, life, & more! #MAJORKEY

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What is your artist name?

Zangba
 

Explain what your name means?

The heart of the soul.
 

What city and state are you representing? (Example, Atlanta, Georgia)

Long Island, New York
 

Describe your style of singing or rapping?

Laid back– conversational.
 

 

Who inspired you to pursue a music career?

I grew up listening to Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, and 80s R&B/Pop. Then one day, I unexpectedly walked into LL Cool J’s video shoot at the 165th street Bus Terminal– by the Colosseum Mall– and I saw LL with his arms around two female models. That up close and personal view, much closer than what I got from Yo’ MTV Raps– left such an everlasting impression that I took a special liking to the emceeing aspect of Hip-Hop. But what really solidified the art form in my heart was when I saw Boogie Down Productions’ My Philosophy music video. Immediately, Kris’ word play, his philosophy, and raps about Africa hit home, and I began began writing his own lyrics. Later, I became influenced by Nas, Tupac, and Jay-Z.
 

 

 

What challenges did you face as a youth in pursuit of your music dream?

 

 

 

I was born in Bong Mines, Liberia—the country formed by free African-American emigrants. When I arrived here in America—adapting to my new concrete environment became my biggest challenge—but I adapted well, and made friends with the right people– who introduced me to the underworld of Southside Jamaica, a neighborhood in Queens, New York. I peeped game and moved accordingly—eventually the streets nicknamed me Bam Jigge—because I was always fresh with the clothes. I won a few fistfights there, and survived a few brawls and shootouts; but music wise—I got my first recording on a Cutmaster C’s Back To School mixtape—alongside my rap buddies–Guerilla Maine and Boo Harv. Back then—I used to travel on the bus for hours to Public Enemy Studios on Franklin Avenue in Hempstead, New York. I cut my first demo there on cassette tape—and years afterwards—Large Professor recorded my second demo in his basement. Large liked my style, so he took me to a professional studio to record a verse on Straight Rhymes, a song he wanted to use on his First Class album, which featured Nas, Busta Rhymes, and Q-Tip. But due to politics, Straight Rhymes didn’t make the cut, and found myself right back where he started. Then my late friend Kentele sent me a kite from Southport Correctional Facility, and days later—I had a pivotal meeting with rap mogul 50 Cent, in front of 50’s grandmother’s house. He checked out me and Guerilla Maine’s song—he loved the lyrics but said that we needed a chorus to make it happen. A month later, 50 got shot and I lost contact. After that, I recorded Three Black Boys—and people were asking questions about the boys—so I adapted the song into the urban, best-selling novel Three Black Boys: Tomorrow After Supper, and ended up selling well over 1,600 copies in Harlem—during its first week. I had so many obstacles—but I feel the biggest was adapting.

 

Describe your feelings when you’re recording music in the studio?

I have my own studio—soI only record when the spirit inspires or move me to record. Other than that—I don’t record because I like to do things naturally—and I like recording myself with a timer—and I like being by myself when I’m recording because I work better in solitude.
 

What is the message behind your music?

Be Sincerity, love others, and be true to yourself.
 

What do you fear the most in this business?

I don’t have any fears because I live in love. With love there is no fear.
 

Are you excited to be featured in RNH Magazine?

Words can’t explain what I’m feeling right now– but if i had to choose two words– I would say I’m extremely excited.
 

How can people reach you on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook & etc?

I can be reached via my website at http://zangbathomson.com/wordpress/; on Twitter at http://twitter.com/zangbathomson; Facebook at http://facebook.com/ilikezangba; and on Instagram at http://instagram.com/zangba.
 

Name of Track being aired:

Zangba – I Need you (feat. Maskerade)
 

Twitter Link

http://twitter.com/zangbathomson
 

Instagram Link

http://instagram.com/zangba
 

Facebook Link

http://facebook.com/ilikezangba
 

Soundcloud Link

https://soundcloud.com/bong-mines

GabeThat Guy talks life, hustle, and why his music career is on FIYA! #MAJORKEY

.GabeThatGuyREINVENTYOURSELF

 

 

What is your artist name?

Shizzy P
 

Explain what your name means?

It’s no meaning behind it really it includes my nickname and initial of my last name.
 

What city and state are you representing?

Philadelphia, Pa
 

Describe your style of singing or rapping?

I have a style i myself can’t really describe at this point, so i leave it to the listeners to come up with their own description
 

Who inspired you to pursue a music career?

Non artist “Artist”, and myself.
 

What challenges did you face as a youth in pursuit of your music dream?

Creating my own style even though nobodies style is a hundred percent original. Also what i was gonna rap about since i didn’t really speak on my life in my personal issues when i started until 2012 when my cousin was killed in philly while iwas upAltoona Pa.
 

Describe your feelings when you’re recording music in the studio?

At 1st it’s doubt, but only because of a lot of neglect, and disappointment in my past. After those 5 seconds it’s straight determination.
 

What is the message behind your music?

It’s honestly all love. I try to enlighten my people on our situation at thjs point in time all while giving hip hop and rap it’s meaning back from all these whack ass new artist.
 

What do you fear the most in this business?

I can’t think of anything at the moment.
 

Are you excited to be featured in RNH Magazine?

Yes i am! I’m very excited i can’t wait to see what comes of it!
 

How can people reach you on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook & etc?

Well I’m on Twitter, but on it on it lol it’s still a work in progress. You can find me on i.g at Lyricaloracle_shizzyp, on SoundCloud at Shawn Palmer 11, and facbook just search for Shawn Palmer
 

Name of Track being aired:

When it counts
 

Twitter Link

https://twitter.com/THCShizzyP?s=09
 

Instagram Link

https://www.instagram.com/lyricaloracle_shizzyp/?hl=en
 

Facebook Link

https://m.facebook.com/shizzyp/
 

Soundcloud Link

https://soundcloud.com/shawn-palmer-12
 

Soundcloud Link to your profile

https://soundcloud.com/shawn-palmer-12

SHIZZY-P opens up to RNH Magazine & details his rising music career! #MAJORKEY

.SHIZZYP

 

What is your artist name?

Shizzy P
 

Explain what your name means?

It’s no meaning behind it really it includes my nickname and initial of my last name.
 

What city and state are you representing?

Philadelphia, Pa
 

Describe your style of singing or rapping?

I have a style i myself can’t really describe at this point, so i leave it to the listeners to come up with their own description
 

Who inspired you to pursue a music career?

Non artist “Artist”, and myself.
 

What challenges did you face as a youth in pursuit of your music dream?

Creating my own style even though nobodies style is a hundred percent original. Also what i was gonna rap about since i didn’t really speak on my life in my personal issues when i started until 2012 when my cousin was killed in philly while iwas upAltoona Pa.
 

Describe your feelings when you’re recording music in the studio?

At 1st it’s doubt, but only because of a lot of neglect, and disappointment in my past. After those 5 seconds it’s straight determination.
 

What is the message behind your music?

It’s honestly all love. I try to enlighten my people on our situation at thjs point in time all while giving hip hop and rap it’s meaning back from all these whack ass new artist.
 

What do you fear the most in this business?

I can’t think of anything at the moment.
 

Are you excited to be featured in RNH Magazine?

Yes i am! I’m very excited i can’t wait to see what comes of it!
 

How can people reach you on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook & etc?

Well I’m on Twitter, but on it on it lol it’s still a work in progress. You can find me on i.g at Lyricaloracle_shizzyp, on SoundCloud at Shawn Palmer 11, and facbook just search for Shawn Palmer
 

Name of Track being aired:

When it counts
 

Twitter Link

https://twitter.com/THCShizzyP?s=09
 

Instagram Link

https://www.instagram.com/lyricaloracle_shizzyp/?hl=en
 

Facebook Link

https://m.facebook.com/shizzyp/
 

Soundcloud Link

https://soundcloud.com/shawn-palmer-12
 

Soundcloud Link to your profile

https://soundcloud.com/shawn-palmer-12

King V talks pain, struggle, compromise, music career, & more with RNH Magazine! #MAJORKEY

.KINGV

 

 

What is your artist name?

King V
 

Explain what your name means?

It represents my crew, an growing up I’ve always felt like a king knowing that I would get myself out of the dirt to rise and take over , the V stands for my last name Velazquez I’m here to make history.
 

What city and state are you representing?

Fort Worth, Tx
 

Describe your style of singing or rapping?

I got my own style an feel like I am also universal as well unlike the new Trap artists
 

Who inspired you to pursue a music career?

Myself an my Manager Buk telling me an knowing I have a gift from everyone telling me I can get somewhere far with my creativity an use of style
 

What challenges did you face as a youth in pursuit of your music dream?

I got locked up an was facing 40 years in prison for two aggravated assault charges with a deadly weapon in and criminal mischief property damage over 2 to 3 grand
 

Describe your feelings when you’re recording music in the studio?

Love an passion, Music runs in my veins music isn’t just a art to me it’s My lifestyle
 

What is the message behind your music?

To move the people to try to get the new generation back onto what music really is.
 

What do you fear the most in this business?

I fear nothing I know this business comes with Risk an I’ve always told my self life is a risk so live in the moment.
 

Are you excited to be featured in RNH Magazine?

Yes I am! I’m trying to be known as a successful rapper, honestly this is the beginning of the Throwdkingz legacy
 

How can people reach you on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook & etc?

Twitter:Therealtke Instagram: offixal_kingv
 

Name of Track being aired:

El Chapo
 

Twitter Link

Therealtke
 

Instagram Link

Offixal_kingv
 

YouTube link to your profile

https://youtu.be/MVIGs5zDW9w

LADY CEE opens up to RNH Magazine and reveals her blueprint for success! #MAJORKEY

.LADY_CEE

 

What is your artist name?

LADY CEE
 

Explain what your name means?

IT MEANS THAT I AM A LADY FIRST, SO PUT SOME RESPECT ON MY NAME, HENCE THE “LADY” AND CEE Stands for Consciously Evaluating Everything. It is also my nick name as my birth name (Caroline) is rather proper.
 

What city and state are you representing?

Capitol Heights, Maryland
 

Describe your style of singing or rapping?

Melodic at times, but very lyrical. My style is very versatile, as my music can range from hip-hop, to pop, to reggae, to R&B and more.
 

Who inspired you to pursue a music career?

My older brother and other family members around me who listened to music as I grew up is what initiated my love for all types of music. However, the first time I saw Lil’ Kim in the “Get Money” video, I knew what I wanted to do! I have had plenty of inspirations but that was one of the 1st and most memorable for me.
 

What challenges did you face as a youth in pursuit of your music dream?

Coming from a broken home, being forced to be the head of my household at a very young age and various environmental factors were challenges for me as a youth. I overcame every one of those challenges!
 

Describe your feelings when you’re recording music in the studio?

I feel emotionally charged, sometimes anxious and always a sense of inner power or energy is being released, sort of like a musical orgasm!
 

What is the message behind your music?

My music is brutally honest in regard to relationship issues, political issues, and issues that affect the future generations.
 

What do you fear the most in this business?

My biggest fear is never having any privacy from the public.
 

Are you excited to be featured in RNH Magazine?

I am very excited to be featured in RNH Magazine!
 

How can people reach you on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook & etc?

Twitter @MissPaire, Instagram @Ladycee1028, Facebook @LadyCeeLyric
 

Name of Track being aired:

Finally Famous
 

Twitter Link

https://twitter.com/MissPaire
 

Instagram Link

https://www.instagram.com/ladycee1028/
 

Facebook Link

https://www.facebook.com/ladyceelyric/
 

Spotify Link

https://play.spotify.com/album/7llI8tyVgbGy4rafJYsFUQ/0QnqDMV2AUP0tIq4xzUMYO
 

Soundcloud Link

https://soundcloud.com/ladyceelyric
 

ITUNES link to your track

https://itunes.apple.com/album/relative-free-queen-cee/id1139397126
 

Soundcloud Link to your profile

https://soundcloud.com/ladyceelyric
 

YouTube link to your profile

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAsErWTOLcB5o_cq_vkBlYA

Emerging Artist Decevio J’mezah talks music, life, and more with RNH Magazine! #MAJORKEY

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What is your artist name?

Decevio j’mezah
 

Explain what your name means?

Decevio is a ancient Egyptian name j’mezah is ancient Hebrew name
 

What city and state are you representing? (Example, Atlanta, Georgia)

Los Angles cali
 

Describe your style of singing or rapping?

Los Angeles Cali south central LA
 

Who inspired you to pursue a music career?

God and sound energy
 

What challenges did you face as a youth in pursuit of your music dream?

Live in my car mother put me out live on the streets of LA beat all odds against me
 

Describe your feelings when you’re recording music in the studio?

Exciting music is spiritual to me it’s soul energy holly spirit
 

What is the message behind your music?

Message of truth
 

What do you fear the most in this business?

Shit lol to be more then a conquer
 

Are you excited to be featured in RNH Magazine?

Hell yessssssss!!!
 

How can people reach you on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook & etc?

Decevio/twiter Facebook/decevio instagram/decevio
 

Name of Track being aired:

Hotep
 

Twitter Link

Twitter/decevio
 

Instagram Link

Instagram/decevio
 

Facebook Link

Facebook/decevio
 

Spotify Link

Spotify/decevio
 

Soundcloud Link

Soundcloud/decevio
 

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Revanew The Don talks one-on-one with RNH Magazine & reveals his rap TAKEOVER plans! #MAJORKEY

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What is your artist name?

Revanew The Don
 

Explain what your name means?

It’s a Double meaning from the word Revenue.. Revanew Meaning The Phophet and The Profit.. So I Get Money And I Spit Knowledge!
 

What city and state are you representing?

Ingelwood California
 

Describe your style of singing or rapping?

Lyrical versatile charismatic motivational inspiring revolutionary
 

Who inspired you to pursue a music career?

2pac & Jay-Z
 

What challenges did you face as a youth in pursuit of your music dream?

With the lack of support and belief and resources..I saved up my money and brought my own studio taught myself how to Produce and use the programs… And I write produce mix master all my own music… since I had no help I made myself into all that I Needed!!
 

Describe your feelings when you’re recording music in the studio?

It’s undescribable..it’s the feeling of making something where there once was nothing!
 

What is the message behind your music?

Unity and love for one another.. I feel the world divides us up by race religion class even our last names to limit our resources and ultimately what we can do.. my Movement teaches that there is NO OTHER THERE IS ONLY ONE & OUR MOTTO IS WE ALL DOING THE EXACT SAME THING(Hustling trying to survive) why not do it together!
 

What do you fear the most in this business?

I have no fears but I am uneducated in the marketing and promotional aspects of the business!
 

Are you excited to be featured in RNH Magazine?

Indeed Its a Blessing and I really appreciate the opportunity!
 

How can people reach you on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook & etc?

Twitter, Instagram Soundcloud YouTube Search Revanew The Don Facebook Vandell Peevy
 

Name of Track being aired:

Revanew- B.I.G Stuff
 

Twitter Link

@RevanewTheDon
 

Instagram Link

@RevanewTheDon
 

Facebook Link

Vandell Peevy
 

Soundcloud Link

Www.soundcloud.com/Revanew-the-don
 

Soundcloud Link to your profile

Www.soundcloud.com/Revanew-the-don
 

YouTube link to your profile

https://youtu.be/1KaKDEhEyV8

M.FAMOUS opens up to RNH Magazine and reveals his blueprint for success! #MAJORKEY

.MFAMOUS

 

 

What is your artist name?

M.famous
 

Email

m.famous1@gmail.com
 

What city and state are you representing?

seattle washington
 

Describe your style of singing or rapping?

Authentic been compared to sounding like bone thugs n harmony, wiz khalifa and dj quick
 

Who inspired you to pursue a music career?

It was in me at birth, since i was a kid i used to bump my head to music been making Beats since i was 5.
 

What challenges did you face as a youth in pursuit of your music dream?

Road blocks, lots of no’s, the passing of my mother.
 

Describe your feelings when you’re recording music in the studio?

like its my last day ever in the studio.
 

What is the message behind your music?

Live life dont let it live you have fun while doing it but always watch your 12&6.
 

What do you fear the most in this business?

Nothing you can never count me out only count me in. put your bets on me and i promise you we gone wi .
 

Are you excited to be featured in RNH Magazine?

its an amazing feeling to be introduced to the world with my music my vibe.
 

How can people reach you on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook & etc?

Twitter: MFAMOUS1 Instagram:Mfamous206 Facebook:Mfamous Washington Snapchat:M.famous1