Frederick Dare’s music captures the human experience. His message focuses on having a relationship with God, yourself, family and friends, and music. During the human experience there is going to be heartache, death, happiness, joy, pain and the list could go on and on. No one is exempt from any of these emotions. His latest album God, Music, and Therapy incorporates all his relationship with God, the power of therapy in changing negative cognitions, and music as a mood enhancer.
God, Music, and Therapy and all other songs by Frederick Dare can be purchase on www.cdbaby.com/Artist/FrederickDare or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Find more at about.me/www.frederickdare.me
I’m not the average rapper. I’m not your average singer. I’m not your average poet. I’m not your average thinker. My earliest memories in music were illustrations of me at school lunch tables spitting to fit in only to find out that my talent is too vast to conform to any mold they could cast me in. I grew up singing in the church so music has been in me my whole life. I was born and raised in Memphis, TN with every opportunity to become the same strand of poison infecting my city with negativity, but instead, I used my desire for change and protecting good music positively. Growing up i still showed love to my city’s pioneers like 3 6 Mafia, Project Pat, and Playa Fly, but I draw inspiration from all music. I enjoy everything from acoustic rock to the grittiest of Dubstep. That versatility is what gives my music that fresh sound that we all long for. Music is the voice of the people, so expect me to speak for those whose voices are deafened by the roars of Mainstream conformity. After teaming up with MSG 98+2 & The Agency, Crisis901 is slated to be a force……. #CallMe901 #IamMemphis #ForeverMusic #Undisputed #Mobstarz #TheAgency
Larry Gray, better known by his stage name Moneyy, is an American rapper and recording artist from Norfolk, Virginia. He’s also known as one third of the music group Nclusive where his career began. In 2012 Moneyy was arrested on gun and drug possession charges but was released late 2013 after serving 8 months in prison. Upon his release he finally decided to focus on recording music that he wrote while being away from home. Since this was the only thing that kept him away from trouble, it was only right to continue making music. In 2014 Moneyy began recording an extensive amount of records daily, from R&B to Trap or southern hip hop sounds. Currently he’s working on his EP release “Wat you playin 4” featuring the hit single “Feelin’ it” which is expected to drop late Summer 2015.
Verse Simmonds (@VerseSimmonds) “Situationships” (Produced By Needlz & Donut) presented VVS Society.
Be on the lookout for Sex Chronicles III coming soon….
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WHEN I CALL VIDEO NOW PLAYING ON MTV JAMS “Struggle 2 Success Reloaded” (COMING SOON) feat. Kirko Bangz, Chedda Da Connect, Dorrough, Short Dawg(Fresh), T Wayne, Paul Wall, Propain, & many more…..
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Super producer Polow Da Don and DJ Siobhan Bell teamed up to release the track titled, “Pay Me,” featuring IAMIAMI. “Pay Me” is an uptempo bass heavy track that includes a sample from Lyn Collins’ 1972 song, “Think (About It).” The sample is most notably recognized in the late 1980s hit, “It Takes Two,” by Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock.
Bell boasts the bravado of a male throughout the track with her hard-hitting lyrics and witty punch lines. Serving as an ode to males to step their game up (“Can’t make it rain dubs get the f— out the club”) and also for females to keep their men close by, (Imma bad b—-, and ya girl ain’t s—), this track will have the club turned up for the remainder of the summer for sure.
Bell hails from London and since 2010, she has covered a considerable amount of ground on the music scene. Dabbling in different genres, including trap, R&B and house has made her a mainstay in her hometown.
Polow has enjoyed success on a number of fronts while producing for stars such as Keri Hilson, Usher, Chris Brown, Mario and Ester Dean. His record with Ester Dean, “Drop It Low,” is also sampled in “Pay Me” as well. “ ‘Pay Me’ is a female anthem for the club. It allows women to say how they really feel under the disguise of a party record,” Polow stated. “It has an old-school Miami feel to it, it’s fun.”
Recently, Polow received a new deal with Epic Records, which experienced a resurgence thanks to LA Reid.
Be on the look out for more music from Siobhan Bell and also for more music from Polow Da Don as he has produced three new tracks on Ciara’s upcoming album.
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Trae Tha Truth teams up with the big boss, Rick Ross on his latest “I Don’t Give A F**k”…must have on playlists, mixshows, and mixtapes. Team Bigga Rankin approved; listen, download, and support.
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