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Oakland CEO/Major Recording Artist IAMSTUNT introduces the “RNBAY” sound of DRUNK TEXT

Oakland CEO/Major Recording Artist IAMSTUNT introduces the “RNBAY” sound of DRUNK TEXT

Oakland CEO/Major Recording Artist IAMSTUNT introduces the “RNBAY” sound of DRUNK TEXT

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The term hyphy is Oakland slang meaning “hyperactive”. More specifically, it is an adjective describing the hip hop music and the culture associated with the area. Widely popular Bay-Area Hip-Hop artist “IAMSTUNT” embodies and represents the new age Bay Area “RNBAY” movement. “RNBAY” is a crafted signature sound that infuses a Rhythm/Blues sonic vibe laced with classic Oakland Hip-Hop overtones. “RNBAY” is the new wave for Bay-area Music Millennials, and local radio is now adding fuel to the fire!

“IAMSTUNT” latest release “DRUNK TEXT” is a high energy pre-party and after club anthem for college students and upper echelon socialites worldwide. From beginning to end, “DRUNK TEXT” infectious beat production and signature karaoke-style chorus creates an instant commercial radio sensation. “DRUNK TEXT” brings out the sexy inner vixen in all ladies and lionheart courage in the guys.

Welcome to another Millennial Party Anthem proudly presented by Global Hip-Hop Artist “IAMSTUNT.”
Original article crafted, written, and engineered by Jonathan P-Wright aka “The Millennial General”

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JLC: The Last of a Dying Breed

JLC: The Last of a Dying Breed

JLC: The Last of a Dying Breed

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When you stare into the eyes of Jermaine Clarkson, aka “JLC,” it’s very surreal. Over 20 years of pain, setbacks, incarceration, peaks and valleys, passion, & success. The pure genius of JLC is his ability to transform sharp visuals into beautiful poems of music. JLC delivers lyrics that captivate the imagination & appeals to your innermost fantasies & realities.

“Do My Thizzle” is a candy paint boxed Chevy sitting on 28-inch rims riding down the streets on Houston on a Friday night. “Do My Thizzle” heavy bass lines & hustler’s lyrics is a classic ride out & nightclub music. When JLC says “in the zone when I roll out, big bank before I cash out, switch lanes before I burn out, snitches get sniffed out.” Every bonafide hustler can relate and understand what it means to “flip bread like a beef patty.”

JLC’s most massive Spotify debut “Michael Blackson” is another anthem for the ladies & nightclubs. The track “Michael Blackson” has the perfect combination of signature ad-libs, bass, keys, & an infectious chorus. The lyrics are simple, magnetic, & invokes a hood karaoke-style flow. Everybody in the club screams, “AYE, CAN I GET JIGGA WIT IT.” JLC creates music that resonates with the soul of his listeners. JLC understands the mission of music and how to deliver his gift to the world.

The streets of Fort Worth, Texas, are cold, brutal, unforgiving, & unpredictable. JLC is the rose that grew from concrete in Fort Worth. When he rides through his city with no roof or tint on his coupe, the people salute, stare, & cheer. To become a “People’s Champ,” you must be certified in all 4 corners of the city, and JLC was stamped at birth. JLC has several business ventures launching in 2019, which include his clothing line, online entertainment tech company, social media chat platform, & more. Jermaine Clarkson, aka JLC, is “The Last of a Dying Breed.”

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#GINGERBUNNZ | PODCAST: Redefining the rules of Millennial Music Street Hustling

#GINGERBUNNZ | PODCAST: Redefining the rules of Millennial Music Street Hustling

#GINGERBUNNZ | PODCAST: Redefining the rules of Millennial Music Street Hustling

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I’m out the hood, but close enough to feel the danger

Coke money slowing up we had to switch the lane up

Niggas had they hands out the second that we came up

Like pitchers on the mound we had to watch for the change up

Lyrics from the track “Trusting People”

Gingerbunnz understands the odds, stereotypes, pain, struggles, and rewards that come with the music business. Her ability to analyze a life-changing situation in real-time and detect truth or bullshit is a rare quality she possesses—the musical journey of Gingerbunnz streams like a VH1 “Behind The Music” documentary.

The path of greatness entails death-defying moments that derail and discourage most people and catapults others to upper echelons of success. Gingerbunnz childhood roots provided a rock-solid foundation and enabled her always to remain self-made.

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DRUMMABOY FRESH reflects on the legend of his older brother with “Go This Way” visual

DRUMMABOY FRESH reflects on the legend of his older brother with “Go This Way” visual

DRUMMABOY FRESH reflects on the legend of his older brother with “Go This Way” visual

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DRUMMABOY FRESH shares the impact of his brother’s death on “Go This Way”

The death of a big brother in a man’s life is a paralyzing moment. A big brother is a role model, quasi father figure, inspirational leader, and usually the coolest person we know besides our parents. The big brother critiques, molds, and reshapes the entire persona of the young brother. Ensayne Wayne, born Ferell Miles older brother to 2X Grammy Award Winning Producer Drummaboy Fresh, lost his life tragically on January 13, 2018. Ensayne Wayne introduced Drummaboy to the formula of making beats, which would give birth to a musical empire.

Ensayne Wayne put the world on notice of the musical genius of Drummaboy and their bond was forever sealed and unbreakable. Life will never be the same for Drummaboy; however, it inspired a new challenge to ensure the legacy of his big brother’s vision and greatness exists within his spirit and global reflection. The track “Go This Way” tugs at your heartstrings and brings any man who experienced a tragic loss of this nature to tears. Listen to the track twice, and you’ll visualize everything Drummaboy feels for his big brother. Drummaboy Fresh released “My Brother’s Keeper” full length album on 2/23/2019.

Legends live forever, and Ensayne Wayne is genuinely his “Brother’s Keeper”.

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J Thuro The New Face of Millennial Music Rage & Independence

J Thuro The New Face of Millennial Music Rage & Independence

J Thuro The New Face of Millennial Music Rage & Independence

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I’m staring in the eyes of Global Recording Artist J Thuro as he records music at Brewery Recording Studios in Brooklyn, New York. The studio is packed to capacity with fellow recording artists, New York journalists, bloggers, marijuana smoke, exotic women, jerk chicken & rice, Aquahydrate, Patron, & D’usse. The energy in the building feels like New York Knicks basketball in the ’90s. The music is blaring through grizzly bear size speakers, Brooklynites arguing about who’s Top 5 D.O.A., the women are live streaming from Instagram, & all I can focus on is how J Thuro is delivering the bars in the recording booth. It’s like everything is white noise, and his voice hurdles over everybody in the room.

J Thuro is rocking a customized “hand-painted” Notorious B.I.G. tee shirt, vintage denim jeans made in Brooklyn, & a blacked out Cleveland Cavaliers hat and reflects the pure swag of Millennial Hip-Hop. The chief engineer becomes frustrated because of the noise, but J Thuro is unfazed, and the assistant engineer advises him to “keep flowing.” That is the genius of J Thuro, his whole life he has been unflinching and relentless about any & everything he wants. J Thuro has never had a moment to relax or feel confident in tomorrow. He has always seized the opportunity and optimize the moment.

J Thuro emerges from the booth drenched in sweat, passion, and fuming with confidence. The chief sound engineer issues his insights on the studio session, and J Thuro humbly listens as if he is a rookie. The humility of J Thuro as a leader separates him from most artists. He is always focusing on refinement & chasing amazing. A strong single mother guided the childhood of J Thuro with ethnic roots from Guyana. J Thuro shares stories of walking home from school and hanging with one of his close childhood friends on the block to five minutes later, watching him getting killed in front of his face.

J Thuro can still smell the wet blood in the air & visualizes his childhood friend bleeding out on the concrete. These “Boyz In The Hood” type of memories created a calculated “Black Heart” and a guarded soul inside J Thuro.

A drug epidemic ravaged East Flatbush during the 1980s and early 1990s, mostly in Westbury Court. The area of Flatbush Avenue between Church Avenue, all the way to EMPIRE Blvd, was called the “GAZA” because its many murders went unnoticed. The area around the P.S. 92 playground had various gangs: Crips, Gangster Disciples, Jamaicans (Shower Posse), Trinidadians, and Grenadians, particularly notorious for turf wars, and shootouts.

Busta Rhymes, MC Lyte, Notorious B.I.G, Jay Z, Ol’ Dirty Bastard, and more rap legends are born from the soil of Brooklyn. J Thuro wears the history & culture of Brooklyn as a “badge of honor” and fully understands the weighty responsibility of becoming another megastar from the Brooklyn lineage. The studio remains filled and even louder than before, with everybody engaging in true Brooklyn fashion. J Thuro shares his business & marketing plan for his newly launched music label. His mindset is razor-sharp for business, and he is more excited with his office development plans, expansion, global expansion, & incoming music artists.

J Thuro leans over and yells in my ear and says, “that his time is now, and no one will deter, detract, or stop his relentless pursuit of greatness.” I smile at him and say, “how can you be so sure?”. He gave me a “death stare” for about 3 seconds and walked back into the recording booth and drop a grim reminder of why he’s The New Face of Millennial Music Rage & Independence.

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IAMJOSHSTONE: Fury of the White Tiger

IAMJOSHSTONE: Fury of the White Tiger

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IAMJOSHSTONE: Fury of the White Tiger

I enter the lobby and request the room Josh Stone is recording at currently. The receptionist informs me he’s on the 12th floor in room Q4. As I take this long elevator ride, I’m playing his track “Real Vibez Only” in my F-Buds powered by Figgers Wireless and there’s a specific verse that’s stuck in my head. He says, “he won’t Post Malone it or fake up a gimmick, cause I feel like if Pac and BIG were here, they wouldn’t represent it, I wouldn’t 69 it just for the critic’s tattoo my face and hair and end up in prison”. That verse gave me a small mental snapshot into the mindset of Josh Stone. I walk into room Q4, and I feel like I’m on set of California Love with Tupac and Dr. Dre!!

They’re voluptuous exotic women blowing on hookahs and smelling like the perfume section in Saks Fifth Avenue. They’re drinking Dusse and eating Wingstop chicken wings and zoning out to the track “Get Gone” by Josh Stone. My eyes land on Josh Stone, and he’s surrounded by a wall of tall, muscular black men dressed in customized made shirts, Timberland boots, and dark color hoodies inside the recording booth. I ask the music engineer, “why is everybody inside the booth with Josh?” He says very quietly, “every lyric that comes out of Josh’s mouth has to embody and symbolize the culture of New York Hip-Hop.”

I approach Josh inside the booth, and he’s sweating profusely on his face and arms. His entire team stares directly into my eyes as I ask Josh can we conduct the interview in Room 3 for privacy reasons. Josh agreed and alerted his security detail of the new location. I asked Josh why everyone is so concerned with all his lyrics? He leans over and removes his “Ray Banz” and says, “my rap legacy can only be told once.” Everything matters to Josh Stone, and there is no rewind button. He tells me the story of how Rap Icon/Legend “Chuck D” advised him to compose lyrics that reflect his poetic roots and skill set of producing tracks. Josh smiled proudly and said the insight from “Chuck D” changed his whole approach to rap music. He understood how to infuse music production into storytelling for a global audience. His assistant brings us a chilled Ace of Spades bottle of champagne and a well-organized fruit platter. Josh and I thank his assistant as she pours two glasses of Ace of Spades. Her beauty and goddess fragrance command my attention as she exits the room. As I come back to reality, Josh begins to explain his musical journey and “Real Vibez Only” imprint. Josh makes it very clear that he is the pure reflection of Hip-Hop with no exceptions.

Josh Stone is a brown-eyed White American Hip-Hop artist at the epicenter of rap culture. I lean forward and look Josh straight into his eyes and asks a simple question. How in the world can a white guy from Long Island write and produce for musical giants such as Jim Jones, Tony Yayo, Maino, and Nicki Minaj??? Josh gives me a wicked stare and responds strongly by saying, “writing and producing is a God-given ability. Either you have a higher connection with the music or not.”

I recline my chair and compliment Josh on his music success over the past 12 months. His “Real Vibez Only” imprint released 4 records via MUSICHYPEBEAST/EMPIRE and accumulated 1,000,000+ digital streams across Spotify, Apple Music, Pandora, and Deezer. Josh tells me each record reflects his versatile lifestyle and intricate dynamics of his childhood. His engineer dips his head into the room and asks Josh if he was ready to finish his latest track, “What They Talking About.” Josh asks me if I’d mine moving the interview back into room Q4.

I said I would love to and hear him kill this track. He grabbed the bottle of Ace of Spades and finished the bottle, and we switched rooms. Josh walks back inside and illuminates the entire room with his 1,000,000-watt smile and Rayban Wafer sunglasses. He enters the recording booth and gives me this animalistic stare of dominance. The music engineer ques the track, and everybody in the room directs their focus on the focal point of interest Josh Stone. The body language of Josh Stone evokes rage, unparalleled confidence, an assassin trained focus. The Fury of the White Tiger is unleashed and positioned for pure dominance in Hip-Hop.

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