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SOUTH CAROLINA native #XAYWAY unveils new single #TRIPPIELUV and invades mainstream radio

SOUTH CAROLINA native #XAYWAY unveils new single #TRIPPIELUV and invades mainstream radio

SOUTH CAROLINA native #XAYWAY unveils new single #TRIPPIELUV and invades mainstream radio

XAYWAY

SOUTH CAROLINA native #XAYWAY unveils new single #TRIPPIELUV and invades mainstream radio

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KSO KLINDON The New Age Millennial Music Warrior

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KSO KLINDON: The New Age Millennial Music Warrior 

Clendon Brown, aka KSO KLINDON, is performing in front of a sold-out Coast 2 Coast Showcase in Brooklyn, New York. The crowd is electric, the music is blaring so loud inside the club, you can feel the vibrations on your skin. When Clendon Brown converts into his ego KSO KLINDON, the transformation is EPIC, and his artistic light illuminates the club like a trillion-watt light bulb. Clendon Brown is honored to represent his hometown Newark, Jersey, and put the world on notice. 

Newark (/ˈnjuːərk/, locally /njʊərk/) is the most populous city in the U.S. state of New Jersey and the seat of Essex County.  As one of the nation’s primary air, shipping, and rail hubs, the city had a population of 282,090 in 2018, making it the nation’s 73rd-most populous municipality, after being ranked 63rd in the country in 2000. In 1996, Money magazine ranked Newark “The Most Dangerous City in the Nation.” By 2007, the city recorded a total of 99 homicides for the year, representing a significant drop from the record of 161 murders set in 1981.  The number of deaths in 2008 dropped to 65, a decline of 30% from the previous year and the lowest in the city since 2002 when there were also 65 murders.

Clendon Brown, early childhood years were filled with street dreams, sports, drug-infested corners, strong family bonds, and Hip-Hop music. Clendon wasn’t born into a typical family setting. His uncle raised him during the childhood years, and he experienced different life sessions. Mainstream artists such as Eminem, Drake, Migos, and more influenced the future career of KSO KLINDON. He began reciting lyrics and freestyling his craft of rapping. The locals in Newark knew of his talent, and every barbershop, cornerstone, and DJ knew of his ability to create lyrics and deliver a mesmerizing hot 16. By the age of 18, KSO KLINDON experienced the heavy burden of chasing the pursuit of rap greatness. The mental pressure of becoming a superstar in the music industry breaks the spirit of most aspiring artists. KSO KLINDON went through a period of soul searching and recommitted himself to the music grind and never looked back. 

KSO KLINDON self-financed and launched Jazzy Jupiter Music Group. JJMG includes a record label, music publishing, artist development, clothing line, and global merchandising. In 2018, KSO KLINDON launched two “street” critically acclaimed music projects which positioned himself amongst top indie music millennials in Hip-Hop. The initial single release “WANTED” showcased his signature rap delivery and lingo. When you listen to KSO’s track “WANTED,” the lyrics create an immense vision of his animal ambition mentality. The second project, “Devil Horn Boy,” runs ten songs deep and represents the new voice of music millennials. The lead single “New Drift” is the perfect blend of street dreams, big boy rap, and lavish living at the highest level. In 2019, KSO released “Love Deity” and “Loyal,” which became instant favorites on Apple Music and Spotify. KSO KLINDON has amassed over 50,000 digital streams across all global streaming platforms. 

KSO is an acronym for the words “KEEP STRIVING ON.” KSO KLINDON is “The New Age Millennial Music Warrior.”

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The Oval is an American prime time television soap opera created, executive produced, written, and directed by Tyler Perry, that premiered on October 23, 2019 on BET.  On April 27, 2020, BET renewed the series for a second season, with Perry announcing that production will begin on July 8, 2020.

The Oval tells the story of a family placed in the White House by people of power while also highlighting the personal side and everyday lives of the staff who run the inner workings of the nation’s most iconic residence.

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JLC: Raising The Bar in Luxury Hip-Hop Culture

JLC possesses an inconceivable ability to transform visions of pain into exquisite lyrics of Hip-Hop luxury.  Storytelling in rap culture is a lost art, and only a limited percentage of rappers occupy this notorious skillset.  A large volume of rappers has a lyrical and imagination ceiling.  JLC rhyme book portfolio contains an unlimited amount of swag, delivery styles, hood seasoning, and Texas Hip-Hop drip.  

The sonic and audio listening experience provides an unpredictable wave of emotions, excitement, and club banger head nods.  The music library of JLC plays like a southern icon compilation album infused with music influences inspired via SwishaHouse, 8Ball & MJG, Scarface, Slim Thug, Trae TheTruth, and Geto Boys. 

The latest music release “LOKO” encompasses a sexy and festive nightlife vibe saturated with JLC’s peerless “Big Boy rap flow.  In typical JLC fashion, the initial 30 seconds of “LOKO” builds extreme anticipation and hypnotizes the eardrums.  “LOKO” rap acoustic aura and infectious basslines are tailor-made for “Box Chevy’s” and Caprices.  The digital footprint of JLC’s brand is global, and impact felt on every block, barbershop, corner store, hair salon, and hood soul food restaurant in Texas.  The survival stakes in Hip-Hop are high in 2020, and JLC is raising the bar in Hip-Hop culture.

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Missouri man liberated from prison with assistance from WNBA star Maya Moore

Missouri man liberated from prison with assistance from WNBA star Maya Moore

Missouri man liberated from prison with assistance from WNBA star Maya Moore

Missouri man liberated from prison with assistance from WNBA star Maya Moore 

Jonathan Irons was condemned to 50 years in prison when he was only 16 years of age. 

WNBA whiz Maya Moore put her basketball career on pause with the Minnesota Lynx to help Jonathan Irons, a Black man, get his conviction for thievery and assault with a weapon invalidated. Irons was at long last discharged from Missouri’s Jefferson City Correctional Center on Wednesday (July 1). 

“I sense that I can carry on with life now,” Irons said in a video Moore presented via web-based networking media. “I’m free, I’m honored, I simply need to carry on with my life deserving of God’s assistance and impact.” 

On Thursday (July 2), Moore and Irons showed up on “Good Morning America” to talk about his discharge. “At that time, I truly felt like I could rest,” Moore said. “I’d been standing, and we’d been remaining, for such a long time and it was a spontaneous second where I just felt reprieve. It was somewhat of an adoring moment in time, simply dropping to my knees and simply being grateful to the point that we made it.”

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