The St. Petersburg, FL native and current Chicago resident burst on the international music scene in 2012 when his debut mega-hit with Fellowship Chicago, “Awesome,” reached the No. 1 spot on Billboard’s Gospel Airplay chart and stayed there for 22 weeks. In 2014, he followed up with the smash “#WAR” that also hit No. 1 on the Gospel Airplay chart and was cited as the most played and most streamed gospel song of 2015 on Billboard’s end-of-the-year chart.
For his newest release, Charles has teamed up with Grammy Award winning producer Warren Campbell (Kanye West, R. Kelly, Snoop Dogg) for “Winning.” Now accompanied by a summery lyric visual, Jenkins inspiring single takes on new life as it delivers warm, affirming energy. “I wanted to lift people up with a different sound and spread some #positiveair on the the radio airwaves and social media,” says Jenkins who is pastor of Fellowship Chicago, a historic church in Chicago, IL. “There’s so much bad news, pain, negativity, violence and hopelessness in the world right now that we just wanted to send out some encouragement and remind everyone that they can win and be upbeat in this thing called life.”
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Jeff Prophete New Mini Movie “Doin Me” Based On A True Story From His Up Coming Project “I.S.O.M”
Who is OWEY:
Since 2007 Owey has been a heavy presence in the Pittsburgh Hip-Hop scene. Hailing from the West Side of PGH he came up hard. The streets raised Owey and his younger brother. When his brother was arrested and given a 10-year sentence in a Federal penitentiary Owey gave up the streets and put his focus towards music.
It wasn’t long before people started to take notice of his hustle and grind and he soon became a household name around the city with the release of his first mixtape in 2008 Um A Donk Ryder: The Streets Can’t Wait. He quickly followed that project up with another entitled Speak My Lingo that same year. His work ethic didn’t go un-noticed. He managed to grab the attention of Sickamore, an A&R for Atlantic Records at the time. He was very interested in getting Owey signed to the label but the deal fell out after Sickamore left Atlantic just days before the closing of the deal.
Owey didn’t let this set back stop his grind. Others were starting to notice his hard work ethic, including Wiz Khalifa. The two collaborated on a song entitled “She Wants A Thug”, which they shot a video for. The song soon became a local hit and currently has over a half-a-million views on YouTube.
The future is bright for Owey. He has many more projects and videos in the works, including an album with local producer Icemann. His buzz has carried outside of Pittsburgh and he has been doing shows all over Pennsylvania/Ohio area. After the likes of Wiz Khalifa and Mac Miller rising to fame the doors are wide open for another Pittsburgh artist to step through into stardom. And if you’re looking for that next star Owey is it.
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Karizma releases visual for his latest track “Traffic Stop”, Video was directed by @ACEBOOGIECHRIS1…support and feedback is appreciated.
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The independent hip hop powerhouse, GQ Marley, just released his latest studio endeavor. Entitled ‘Quaaludes,’ the new track harnesses Marley’s undeniably soulful style for a jaunt through some of the summer’s finest, most suave indie music yet. The track produced by Platinum PAT further defines GQ Marley’s vital place within a contemporary music scene. @gqmarley420
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“CHASE” is the breakdown of an unhealthy companionship between 2 lovers …. one of which, decides that because her love is so great and her partner doesn’t feel this emotion in equivalence, she must take drastic measures to keep him for herself ….
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St. Louis, MO – Since the age of six, T-Dubb-O has been a man with a message. A son born to a musical family, he had progressed to writing, producing, and recording by the mere age of eleven. In 2010, T–Dubb entered the Streets Status Battle League arena and was quickly recognized as one of the best rappers coming out of Missouri, and continued to make a name for himself on the international stage. His music has met wild success, garnering support from outlets both in America and abroad, from Rolling Stone, to BET, to MSNBC.
Dubb is far more than just a rapper, and has used his success in the music game to chronicle and fight for the end of racial disparity and to stand in the fight against injustice. As a black man in the wake of Ferguson, Dubb was on the frontlines of heated protests, battling the wounds of systematic racism endured by people of color at the hands of the government and law enforcement. His activist work with grass roots organization Hands Up United landed him in a personal meeting with President Barack Obama, to discuss issues of race and injustice with the esteemed leader. From the streets to the Oval Office, Dubb’s plight has not been an easy one. As he put it, “I shook Obama’s hand with the same hand I sold crack with.”
His latest project, an album released in January of 2016, is a testimony to his fight for justice across the globe. Its title, The Drop, pays homage to his group’s work in Mexico, where he continues to fight the battle of police corruption and brutality. After a group of revolutionists were kidnapped and murdered at the hands of the Mexican Police, a young Mexican woman explained to Dubb that this was the last straw, using the proverb, “The drop that spilled the cup.”
Dubb’s music is full of power and street influence, and a worldly perspective that is severely lacking in other modern rap. In 2016, when so much needs to be said, T-Dubb dares to speak.