Thursday, August 9, 2012

Who Is Agr Harrison? and What Is The Global Warning Mixtape Series About?


"Peace..
     my name is AGR from the Wu-Tang Affiliated group, Harlem 6
I have worked and still work with legends in the industry like RZA, DMX, Treach of Naughty by Nature, the late, great Guru(RIP).. and a host
of others.
My new album Revelation 14:1 is in the stores right now.

I am a business man, a company owner of Entaprise Entertainment, which is the company that house the Harlem 6, and also the company that is responsible for the 
Platform.

My first Mixtape series platform is www.Globalattackmixtapes.com.

The reason why I do what I do, design this platform and ect., is for the independent artist that wants the mainstream exposure, without.. selling their soul.
Please google Harlem 6 and you can see all
the work I have done.. and the legends, I am affiliated with."
-A.G.R.

'The Negotiator'
A.G.R is the C.E.O. of Entaprise Ent., 
He is the deal maker, The brains behind the organization's promotiondaily activities.. tactical strategies and concepts.

The team calls him 'Captain Hook' because he is the hook man in the clan. Along with his natural vocal skills and writing abilities.. he is very idealistic; 
Always thinking about something, whether it is a  song concept,  chorus, or marketing techniques..

A Graduate of the University of Massachusetts, he acquired a Batchelor Degree in Business and Marketing

'The Message'
"Serious artist contact me as soon as possible. We are moving very fast.This is an opportunity to spread your brand worldwide as well as make a profit!
Global Warning independent artist placement opportunity." 
-A.G.R.

Global Warning Mixtape Provides Independent Artists With:

- World Wide distribution through Entaprise Ent./IPhela Music
Music will be sold in over 350 online outlets such as 
Itune, Amazon, Nokia... and retail outlets like
Bestbuys, Fye, Musica..

- Global Warning Mixtapes are Affiliated with prominent artists in the music industry
-Will expand your fan base through medias such as This is 50.com, Sabcradio(South Africa), WorldStarHipHop.com,VladTV, StreetVibez92.5(Germany) and ect.
-Royalty and Distribution payments made quarterly through escrow accounts

And much more!

You can be as unique as you wish to be. You are the BOSS! It might work. You might be the next trendsetter. Elevate from the idea and become the
Creator.


            


Saturday, July 28, 2012

Mafia Latina Jazz City Rapperz Presents... Rotten Minds(Explicit Content)


Hip Hop was imported into Colombia through the Buenaventura  ports
It is said that Hip Hop's arrival into Colombia came from stowaways, In the early eighties. Risking harm or death, some stowaways traveled to New York on the ships, for new beginnings and other reasons.. and brought the culture back to Colombia. According to wikipedia, the murder rate in Buenaventura is 24 times greater than New York City, so believe, they brought the realest Hip Hop possible back with them.
You can get a Colombian necktie for free out there.
You aren't from the city, traveling? 
We recommend: Hotel Los Delfines, Hotel Titanic, Gran Hotel Capilla Del Sol

 The largest city in Colombia is Bogota.
The capital of Colombia and home of Mafia Latina
Hip Hop transcends race like latin culture transcends race; like religion transcends race. Hip Hop owns a progressive spirit, that unifies people. Like water, It takes the shape of the environments or matters. It was always multicultural; made from a variety of cultures, It reached the four corners of the planet, long ago.

How? 
(Again...)
Stowaways, young military men, maybe it was television
['20/20', 'Soul Train', 'American Bandstand' or 'Friday Night Videos'],
movies['Wildstyle', 'Beat Street', 'Breaking I & II', 'Crush Grooving'...], books or magazines['Rap pages', 'Right On', 'The Beat 'or some name]? 

There isn't just one right answer. 

What we do know is hip hop is in a great place, we can utilize it for good, or miss out.. -GoBillion!
Latin Potencia
The first population to dominate Bogota were the Muiscas, indigenous indians from mesoamerica.. then came the conquistadors, then the africans..
Years later came Mafia Latina.

Hailing from Colombia, Mafia Latina have been making music for over 8 years. Feeling extremely confidant with their professional direction, Mafia Latina aim has elevated to bigger things. 


"We are a mixture of 
Hip Hop and R&B. 
Latin rhythms 
and 
American rhythms are fused together, creating our sound"
-Kriipi Gi(Kreepy G)
Mafia Latina Jazz City Rappers are well known in Bogota. Bogota is Home. Their family extends into other cities as well. They are known and respected in Villavicencio, Bucaramanga, Cali, Medellin and more cities
"Over time we change. We get better and better. We keep our music unique and genuine.
We have live musicians when we perform. We are influenced by Jazz, Soul, Dancehall. We are innovators!"
-FAlcon

Mafia Latina Jazz City Rappers are young and they are hungry. They are doing the shows, promoting with videos.. They are putting in the work.  
They are original, innovative.. They have built a loyal fan base
That makes them a formidable threat in the Hip Hop arena. 
Topping it off, 
they are professional!
They are not only interested in strengthening Colombia's position in the market in Latin America,
but they aim to leave a impression on the world.

Mafia Latina RAp Presents:

Latin Streets dvd Gangs 7Crew

The latin community is expanding.. Look at the map young grasshopper.
Mafia Latina Jazz City Rapperz
Presents..

"Rotten Minds"
WE need eachother.. let's circulate this money correctly.

Saturday, July 21, 2012

Johnny Prince Brooklyn's Knight.. Bed-Stuy All day

"'I am not looking to 
sell the message because it is not for sale!'.. I'm only interested in connecting with open-minded and liked minded people who has the same vision and goals as I. If it aint about helping our people and communities, especially our YOUTH, it aint about nothing."

His-story Repeats/Father Time
Johnny Prince was born in Brooklyn, July 24, 1977, to Panamanian parents. Music was inescapable for him. Latin music stayed on the menu; It's his roots. His father was a local DJ, owning countless seventies records, like the Stylistics, Blue Magic, Curtis Mayfield, Marvin Gaye... and Johnny evolved tremendously from his environment, in Bed Stuy.

The seventies were highly influential to the nineties, which is known as the 'Golden Era[the late eighties, early nineties] of Hip Hop', to many music enthusiast. It maybe a twenty year trend cycle.. or maybe it is the impact of a period that was extremely influential due to the the activities that occurred during the late sixties early seventies? 

The tight jeans we see a lot of the youth wearing nowadays are similar in many ways, to the fashions worn in the mid eighties by acts such as, Run-DMC, Kid and Play, Salt and Pepper...

Audio Two's, "Top Billin" released in 87' was the divine spark to Johnny Prince's interest in Hip Hop. The sample from, "Impeach the President", by The Honey Dippers, reeled him in instantly. He also was greatly inspired by Native Tongue, which was a collective that consisted of the Jungle Brothers, A Tribe Called Quest, Leaders of the New School and Black Sheep.

It was 2005' when Johnny wrote his first song. He then purchased his own equipment, learnt how to produce[self Taught] and put his own thing down. He combine his latin ancestry, with the soulful R&B ballads soaked up as a youth, and eventually compiled a formidable collection of his own work. Eventually his work found its way to Brooklyn's Finest, Boom P respect was mutual, history made, resume born. He also channeled some of his beats to [Renee Jennings/Soooo 
Brooklyn]Sarcasm with No Chaser radio show. 
He was a studio engineer for XYAYX Studios located in in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn. Incapable of ignoring the social ills in his community, Prince with arms wide open, summoned local artists into his 'collaboration sanctuary'. He felt, why should we hang on the corner when we can do something constructive. Johnny Prince having his father in his life, being a father, and being the oldest of four siblings[three sisters], believe his strong family upbringing greatly influenced his perception of the role he was sent to play in the community. 
His motto is," I'm not looking to sell the message because it is not for sale.

"My short term goals are to 
start an online radio station
and do more mentoring in my 
community. My long 
term goal is to open the 
minds of my people by 
educating them through music. 
Music plays a major role 
in my community. I plan to change mainstream radio 
and TV."
Change
The birth of his son fueled his writing talents as a emcee. His son inspired him to change the world with music. Sick of the negative images in the media on the screens: t.v. screen, movie screen and computer screen [window screen]. Johnny Prince made a commitment to write songs that were full of values. The same values he got from his family. He is only interested in putting out the type of material that has substance and sustenance. 


$50 for one hour, includes 9 photos


$90 for two hours, includes 20 photos


$135 for three hours, includes 35 photos





$65 for one hour, includes 9 photos


$115 for two hours, includes 20 photos


$175 for three hours, includes 35 photos



"I am open to most photography. As long there is no dead bodies I am cool(Smile)."

Revelation 9
Few cares. That is why most humanitarians like Mr. Prince does not campaign against the youth that are running wild, within our communities. They(humanitarians) understand their pains, because they grew up with them. They counseled them, listen to them and genuinely love them and they(the youth) love them as well. 
The problem many of our [potential]leaders face is that they do not know how to produced the needed change within the communities, they lack sufficient power(money). 
Many feel money is not the problem.
The pain of not having [or knowing your father]and or a mother that opposes him because in some manner, the child looks like the father will cause a male to seek family in the streets, to express all of the elements that equates 
love..
Elements like Loyalty, Respect.. To feel protection and to protect.. to feel like someone cares more for you..  than everyone else. To feel favored, exalted, is what may be missing in the homes, regardless if the child is rich or poor. 
Empathy goes both ways..
Johnny goes in on the people, the system,.. on his last quote, 
below. 
I agree with most of what he said.. If not all! But I believe that, the United States is one of the Greatest nations, ever. 
[And I use to be the FIRST to oppose her, regardless who was in the room]My belief in god was scientific, until I grew to understand faith.
I feel just as he adores his rich and diverse latin roots, regardless of its struggles, 
I must respect and love my beautiful North American roots and culture as every single other nation on this planet, elsewise the land wont love me. 
All views must be divinely respected, else wise the speech and the members will be untrue, concluding unusable knowledge(lies/lower truths). The foundation blocks has to 
be solid.
If there is anybody out there that crave to work with the real.. whether it be with lyrics, beats, production, studio engineer, assistant engineer.. host.. photographer.. Event planner. Get at Johnny Prince! Especially if you in BK.. Bed-Stuy! We need to do what we can to put the true brothers, that... the youth respect into power(position). Elevation2012Up
GoBillion!


"I will give my beats to whomever is consistently positive. Same goes for with verse. I'll get on a song as long as it is empowering. I can't rap on anything if it is negative. What got me into helping kids? When I notice that the youth on youth crime was sky rocketing. It's really crazy out here. there is hope for them. They just need some listening to, love and guidance. Our youth are beautiful people. Really beautiful people. But they are just misguided. We as adults have to show more respect and appreciation towards them. Some of them or most are not showed anything but violence and disrespect. that has to change. What we should be doing NOW to help the youth? Give them more options. The violence occurs when they have nothing to do. We have to lead by example. If we want our youth to respond, we have to show them that it is ok to be educated. It is ok to help people. We have to display that so they can see. They aren't seeing that because us adults aren't doing enough of it. The government?? You mean the company? The TRILLION dollar corporation. This company was put together to do one thing only. TO GET MONEY! From religion to war... This system was designed. Democrat, republican, independent.... different wings of the same vulture. People need to realize that. Trust me this "company" does not have the american people at its best interest"

Monday, June 4, 2012

Chichi 'The Kid' Amobi of The Richmond Outcast Pleads, "I Want Her Back"


1/6 of the super collective group, ' Richmond Outcasts ' Chichi  The Kid has been putting things down representing his city for quite sometime. Gaining respect from the city as a whole, which is divided: North Side, Southside, East End, and West End.

"To make it in the industry one must either display a incredible artistry, or have an unmatched work ethic. Its very rare when you see an individual who embodies both characteristics. ChiChi the Kid is on a course to prove to the world that he is one of those rare gems."


                        Richmond has a Rich History

Facts

  • The Patrick Henry gave his, "Give me Liberty or Give me death" speech in 1775 at St. John Church 

  •  It became the capital of the Colony and Dominion of Virginia, 'The Old Dominion State' in 1780

  •               During the American Civil War, Richmond stood as the capital of the Confederate States of America


  • The city left a impression in the 20th century with one of the world's first successful electric streetcar system


  • Slaves were imported from Africa to Richmond's Manchester docks


And there is..


Jackson Ward: 
"The Black Wall Street of America"


After The civil war free blacks joined freed blacks and elevated, from a neighborhood known as Jackson Ward into a progressive African American business community known as "Black Wall street of America". It was a center for commerce and entertainment, labeled "The Harlem of the South." It attracted leaders such as,  John Mitchelle Jr., editor of the Richmond Planet, an African American newspaper and Maggie Walker, the first woman to charter and serve as the president of an American bank. Venues seen names like Ella Fitzgerald, Lena Horne, Billie Holiday, Nat King Cole, James Brown...


Richmond Outcasts 
2012

It is simple as A, B, C. Alikes be alike because they have seen or experienced the same things. They feel each other. They are on the same page, how they got there doesn't matter as much as the fact that they are there. 
A friend is more precious than gold because, if you have the right people in your inner circle, you can get all of the gold you need.

They are known all over Richmond. On the streets, throughout Richmond and abroad.

Chichi The African Prince describes his self  as a 80's Baby. He is extremely confident but he is very humble. He is not afraid to show appreciation or admiration to other artists, which is the sign of charisma but he lets them know he is 'The kid'.
He is very clever!
He is not afraid to stick out; exploring the unseen regions artistically, but.. he is very familiar with order, he graduated from Virginia
Commonwealth University in 2007, for Advertisement.
That is the sign of a genius, educated and wise. capable of associating with all of the pawns, the knights, kings...
this is explained in one of his pieces, entitled, "Hardbodi Schoolboi". The hook goes, "He know the Rappers, he know the school boys, he knows the trappers.. he knows everbody
He knows the gangsters, he know the rejects, he know the hippsters.. he know everbody
He know everbody(while another tracks, has his vocals saying, 'fuck everbody-fuck everybody'"

He definitely is on some new age super collectivism.

He flaunts contradiction, like no other. The image is a mix of Emo, Gangsta, Punk. There appears to be a Queen in his life, she is present in his videos. It is as if his life is mix into One.

'The African Prince'

I Want Her Back
His latest project is a music video. The name of it is, "I want her back" it is about Chichi's ambition to put his mark on the world. Throughout the video he is chilling with a bottle, constantly catching a swig, the contradiction. Does the bottle symbolize anything?  Watch the video and the ones ahead. Seek and you will find.

" I'm Chichi the Kid.


My ambition with Hip Hop
started at high school.
My attempts to make it a
reality were detered once 
college, drugs, and girls
consumed me. But it's 2012,
I am focused, and I want her 
back."
                              
"I Want Her Back" 
Video


Like the rest of his work, his music delivered a solid message. His work has plenty color and imagination but he uses them to color the personality of his pieces; very well. The topics are never shallow and the video quality compliments his music extremely well. Originality is a given, when it comes to Chichi.  All of the ingredients needed, to produce a sound project were properly placed. The audience was targeted, and the hit went through the bulls-eye. I would keep a eye out for the Young Richmond Outcast..  I believe we are only seeing the surface. Time will tell.

News Flash!!..... News Flash!!

Today is June 21st and ChiChi, "The African Prince" wont stop..

"Letter 2 God" 
by 
Young Rell video released!

The script was written by ChiChi "The Kid"
He Co- directed it with Aura HD(whom directed and co directed a lot of material with ChiChi)


News Flash!!.... News Flash!!




More Facts
Chichi is 1/6 of the super collective group Richmond Outcast

YRO's Members:
ChiChi The Kid, Jay Dash, HeirBorne, Jaesen k, Mikezie, andd Ginya Boy
-Over 10,000 solo Mixtapes passed along the east coast
from Richmond to Atlanta
-Performed in hundreds of showcases and parties
-He has a strong network of prominent dj's
ChiChi's Titles
Artist, Performer, Songwriter, Lyricist, Music Director


Tuesday, April 24, 2012

International Gem/Green Leaf Multimedia ' Husslin 2-4-7-3-6-5 '


New Yorkian, International Gem, is from Greenburgh, NY but now he dwells in Yonkers, NY. Hip Hop was in his system from the jump. He was known for being a lyrical mastermind. When the other kids was watching cartoons, He was listening to the Kool G Rap, Jeru The Damaja and Wu!

As he got older and hip to the streets, his writings skills began to reflect his wis-dome. In fact he credits the streets for his talent.

2002' Gem released his first mixtape hosted by Dj Sus 1

2008' "Who Dare Move Me?"

2009' "Thoughts Of A Capricorn"

2010' "OT(The Pit Stop)

International Gem Has headlined shows from NY to the Atl, collecting fans thoughtout the cities he performed in.

The 'Man' is more than a artist or musician. He is a Hustler in every sense of the word. He is a Business Man that absolutely love Hip Hop. He co-founded Green Leaf Multimedia in 2009'

Now Gem is working on a new EP and furthering Green Leaf's presence in the game.

International Gem :

Videos:
International Gem - Base(freestyle)    International Gem - For Real Though featuring Swa aka   Farealtho

International Gem - Slice    International Gem - Call It A Drug



Green Leaf Multimedia :

Video/Music/Photography


"Rap has been lost for a while and I am here to keep real Hip Hop alive"
                                       -International Gem

Monday, March 26, 2012

World M.O.B Entertainment Presentz: Jayce Verse 'The Most Hated'

We are in a time that is extremely harsh economically: internationally. The Nation is at war with itself; people are protesting wall street. What would have been seen as extreme 10 years ago, today is seen as the norm. Many say, we are on the brink of a New Dark Age. Jayce Verse says, " He get it "... it is his time to shine.


Jayce Verse was born July 2 [Niagara Falls Air Reserve Base] Niagara Falls, New York, raised in Pittsburgh, Pa until the age of 13. He relocated to Augusta, Ga formed a group, put 3 songs together, and started performing at a adult club at 15 years of age. By the age of 17, he was well known in the city. He earned the respect from Foxie 103.1 Dj Robert Taylor, who later introduced him to one of his Djs[Mojo] who seen his potentials . MoJo connected Jayce to some Atl contacts. He hit all of the talent shows in Atl, eventually signed to a label, but funds deterred the project. Other opportunities surfaced but ultimately Jayce Verse decided to invest his own funds into recording equipment, furthering the control of his destiny, World M.O.B Entertainment!

Jayce has a entrepreneur spirit and you will hear it in his music. He is on his Fast Forward, eyes fixed on the prize, taking no shorts.

Lets do this..

999: What's happening? Your sound is strong, Im feeling the rawness.
Jayce Verse: Thanks.. I try to feel every song I do. My emotion is my strength,
My hunger/drive comes from a.. rawness!


"I consider myself an MC and a poet. I'm not trying to dazzle you with words but I am going to move the crowd, and hopefully get some niggas to think beyond a beat; Hear the message im putting out."

999: What do you think the difference is between a Rapper and a MC?
Jayce Verse: Rappers [just]puts rhymes together. Sometimes it makes sense; sometimes it doesn't. Usually a rapper has a great beat and hook with no substance. A MC paints a mental picture and takes you on a ride, through emotions/lyrics and real life situations. They are telling a story. MC's usually have low budget production and non commercialized hooks. A true MC can move a crowd with a Guns and Roses instrumental. Dont get me wrong, the game needs rappers and MC's to have balance like good and evil.


Artists that influenced Jayce Verse artistically

Rev Run  
James Brown  
  Sammy Davis Jr.

999: You got a lot of passion in your delivery, what fuels it?
Jayce Verse: I write by emotion. Alot of my music is so true, I have to change situations and names to protect the guilty. Also, I am hungry, plain an simple. We came to eat(the M.O.B and myself). It's like my soul catches fire and flames melt the booth every song!

999: Do you Produce?
Jayce Verse: No I dont produce. I dont have the patience to make a beat. I work with alot of talented producers, that know my style and what I like. I'm always on soundclick or datpiff looking for the next banger.

999: What other talents do you own?
Jayce Verse: I am a natural athlete. Every sport I have ever tried I was good at. I have a near photographic memory. So, when Im not smoking I dont need a pen or pad. I have scored genius IQ levels in school. I'm a thinker. I cut hair; Im a amateur photographer/videographer.

999: Who is hot now??
Jayce Verse: Jayce Verse, Drego the Great, Mystikal, Andre 3000 , Stunna Mane.

999: Any upcoming projects?
Jayce Verse: Look out for my new CD. "Most H8ed Dropping" 612 (June 12)

999: What are your short term goals? What are your Long term goals?
Jayce Verse: My short term goals is to put out "Most H8ed", get picked up on a spring/summer tour, Shoot some videos, start a womens clothing line. My long term goals are to make World M.O.B. Entertainment, a major force in the entertainment industry. Not just in the music business. The next 25 years is ours. I'd also like to branch out into acting in movies or a sitcom.


999: Do you have anything to tell the world out there, any shout outs?
Jayce Verse: Catch me @JayceVerse on twitter, or you can hit my website www.jayceversemusic.net.


I'd like to thank every HATER who inspired this album, every DJ who supports and spins a Jayce Verse record. All my fans and supporters on the web and in the streets. My label World M.O.B. Ent., Producers that believed in my project enough to let me jump on the track and see what it would do before Ever asking for a dollar, S. Augusta, Ga, and all the people in my life that keep it 100% with me, to keep me grounded. When you show love, Ill show love in return!
We in these streets man, hungry and cold. We see you in your mansion and your expensive rides, we asked for a way to earn our spot. We asked.. Now we Here, eatin at the table about to organize a hostile takeover, in the music industry. Just remember we asked, and its just business never personal! WORLD M.O.B. SOLIDER!
R.I.P. to Robbie Clemons III , Deon Nelson , Billy Valentine , Jenette Brooks, and all our fallen soliders- REST I know yall here with me! see you next lifetime!

999: Stay blessed brother, Elevation!

World M.O.B Entertainment Presentz: Jayce Verse 'The Most Hated'