Get to know Spice 1’s artist from Temple, Texas ‘Real Smokesta’


Artist name?
Real Smokesta

What genre of music do you create?
I do it all. Hip Hop, Pop, R&B you name it. There’s nothing I can’t pull off. My mother didn’t allow me to listen to Rap until I was a Sophomore in High School. So I grew up listening to a lot of Gospel and Alternative music.

What city and state are you from?
I’m from Temple, Texas but we call it Trouble Town. A beautiful city but you can get into trouble easy.

Email address to send blog links?
Definitely My Label

When did you realize you wanted to be an artist? Tell us your story?
The moment I realized Hip Hop was therapy for me. It saved my life. I mean really saved my life. In and out prison and not taking my life serious. There’s nothing else that would’ve taken me out of those streets. Not my Mama, Friends or Religion but Hip Hop opened up a different perspective on life to me. I have a unique story. In 2020 I got signed to Spice 1 from all these unique stories. Hip Hop is a way of life for me.

What project are currently pushing?
I have two new albums out I just released. Unfortunately I don’t see myself performing this year. More like next year.

What challenges have you had to overcome along the way?
I don’t think people really understand the stress artists go through. We’re human beings too. The mistakes. High expectations. Failure. People hoping you don’t succeed. Industry people scamming and all those things. I took a lot of loses before I ever started winning. To be the underdog and still win is Real Smokesta.

What makes you different from other artists?
Being authentic. When I create I don’t force myself to be different. I don’t care about what people think. I’m different naturally without thinking about it. The subjects I speak on aren’t popular but I’m cool with that because I don’t make music to please people. I make music that I’m pleased with to share with people.

What advice would you give other artists that are just starting?
Nothing is going to come running to you no matter how talented you feel you are. You have to put in the work to make it work. The work never stops.

What does the word success mean to you?
Success to me is doing what I love and seeing results from hard work. To come from a dark place as I did and still pursue my goals is success to me. To inspire people makes me happy.

What’s next for you?
I’m working on something special right now is all I can say.

Finally, what are your Instagram, Twitter, Facebook links?

Q&A with MakaSound Producer Aye YB


Q&A with MakaSound Producer Aye YB

By Micah ‘MØW’ Wormley


From sleeping on his friends couch, to becoming one of the most sought after up coming producers in the industry, Malachi Haden, known to most as AyeYB, is proving that hard work and dedication can take you places talent alone will not. Born in Atlanta, Ga and raised in Richmond, Va, AyeYB’s love and passion for producing has manifested through his youth into a thriving career in his young adulthood. In this interview, we got to know a little more about AyeYB as he chronicled his journey, as well as dropping gems for the next generation of producers. 

Where did your passion for music flourish? And at what age did you first aspire to be a music producer?

Aye YB: My passion for music flourished from being in the church, growing up around the piano players and the drummers. My mom used to always tell me how she would put headphones over her stomach and play music like Mozart and jazz. I honestly think that’s why music has such a strong hold on me as well. I first aspired to become a music producer at age 13 watching videos of Southside and Lex Luger making beats on Youtube. This was right before I got to high school. I wanted to make music a long term thing. I just did not want to become a band teacher.

Who and or what were some of your inspirations while learning to produce? What did you take from them and how did you apply it to your sound?

Aye YB: My main inspirations as a producer are Metro & Wheezy. At age 14, I watched Vlogs of Metro Boomin after school everyday. His melodic melodies were my biggest takeaway and the way he layered sounds blew my mind away. Then when It comes to Wheezy the bounce of his drums and the way he put them together is crazy. I studied it all through high school. It really helped grow my sound and taught me the right pockets to insert my drums. I took away so much knowledge.


The Making Of 2 Chainz & Big Sean “Wreck” W/ Aye YB (Co Prod. Hitmaka & Duce)

How did the pandemic affect your journey as a producer and content creator?

Aye YB: The pandemic affected my journey for the best. I was stuck in the house so much I couldn’t do anything but make beats. Being locked in really helped me get into the position I’m in now as far as getting signed. I woke up, made beats until about 3, took a break then got back to making beats until about 11pm in the evening. It allowed me to get so much stuff done and it set me ahead of the curb. I was living with TB digital at the time so as far as content creating he helped guide and show me everything I needed to do.

How did you join team ProducerGrind? And how did their platform help to make you a better producer?

Aye YB: I joined Team Producergrind through TB Digital. I was with him all the time watching him make kits, livestream, and create content. I was always the guy behind the camera and helped set things up. It came to a point where he asked me if I wanted to join and so I took the opportunity and never looked back. The platform helped me understand the viewpoints of the producers from the ones who just started to the ones who have placements. It helped me grow my patience a lot more than anything.

You seem like a naturally quiet person. How hard was it for you to come out of your shell while creating content? Any tips you could recommend?

Aye YB: It was hard for me to break my shell at first being in front of the camera. But I honestly think that is what I am known for just being a chill laid back person. I still am currently working on communicating and talking more. You honestly just have to be yourself and just talk.


Can you give some insight on how you joined MakaSound?

Aye YB: I joined makasound simply by just sending beats to the songwriter and President of Makasound Chirshan for a little over a year. We had so many demo’s together where it got to a point and he asked me if I wanted to join the team. Once I joined, he flew me out to Florida and got me in the room with Turbo, Jetson, Vory, Tay Keith, Murda Beatz, and some other producers and songwriters.

What is the most valuable lesson you’ve learned from Hitmaka & Chrishan?

Aye YB: The most valuable lesson I learned from Chrishan and Hitmaka is that you can not take anything personal. You have to keep it strictly business in this industry and grow some tough skin because things do not happen when you want it to. 

How do you define success and what does success look like for you?

Aye YB: To me success is being able to take care of your family and yourself and also putting your people in the position to win and take care of their families. It’s all about paying it forward. It’s not about money, money is only a tool to help you reach financial freedom.

It definitely shows that you put in a lot of hours to reach this level of success. What do you enjoy doing outside of music?

Aye YB: The only thing I do outside of music is play the game and hang out with my brother and cousins. I hate being in the mix. I just like to stay out the way.

If you could give one valuable piece of advice to an aspiring producer following your path what would it be?

Aye YB: The biggest valuable piece of advice I would say is to build relationships. That’s all you need is to have strong relationships with people it goes farther than anything

Follow Aye YB on Instagram @1AyeYB


Introducing Pretti Peach CEO of Peach Aura


Who referred you? How did you hear about us? Be specific

Agent Matthews

What is your Preferred Name? Alias ect.

Tia \ Pretti Peach

Your Gender


Your Age


What is the name of your business?

Peach Aura

Are you currently employed or have multiple streams of income?


What Is your Social Media?


How many Instagram followers do you have?

Started at 900 at 1500

What product/ service are you selling?

Health & Wellness services, Clothing Brand, Motivational Blog

How long have you been in doing this? and what are some of the accomplishments you have achieved?

2 years – sold 2000 items plus

Tell Us About You!

How did you develop your name/ alias?

I developed the name “Pretti Peach” from a lesson i had to learn on a spiritual journey. On this journey i learned that sometimes life can bring struggles and challenges that drain your motivation and shift you into a negative perspective. Sometimes we need a shift in perspective that can serve us positive results.
I created a health and wellness brand that helps spark creativity and motivate people to be their best version of themselves. When you be yourself, give a positive AURA your spirit will attract positivity into your everyday life. Welcome to ‘Peach Aura’ what is your aura.

What Is your Social Media?


What projects are you currently working on?

Health & Wellness Products, Membership Services, Book Club, Courses, Brand Clothing, and more

How long have you been in doing this? and what are some of the accomplishments you have achieved?
I have been in communications since college which was in 2008 over time I interned and hired on at a local television station and also in the University’s African American Center also doing media work for the office.

Name 3 things you feel you need to be successful, and explain why!

I believe 3 things you need to be successful are Patient, Integrity, and Mission. Patience is the key to understanding yourself, what is for you and what is not for you, and how to become a clear thinker in all ways. To have integrity is to have honesty which usually comes with loyalty and I believe that Integrity is the most important part of becoming the best part of you who else to have integrity with first other than yourself. Lastly, the need of mission is the most important part of life. If you have no mission or purpose in which drives you to live your best life then you can miss out on the journey meant for you in this lifetime.

What is your weekly budget to invest into your career? after bills etc….


How do you plan to make money in this business?

I plan to make money in this business by selling products that will help heal the body, mind and spirit along with branded clothing and other goodies to go along with Peach Aura’s mission. In addition, Peach Aura will be launching a membership only Book Club and discussion with special guests to help heal and elevate the world. Lastly, there will be courses on multiple subjects from spirit, effective communication, cosmetics and much more!

Provide links to your work

Introduce yourself and how you developed your creative name, business name, or brand name..

What is Your Aura? I’m Pretti Peach -I am not a CEO I am the Brand.

Explain when and where you realized you had a passion, talent or skill?

I realized I had a passion for helping people at a really young age. I was very naive and was not aware of discernment. Overtime I always found myself in careers were I was helping other people like “Advanced Customer Service” and “911 calltaker and dispatcher” even down to the internships and work in college; therefore, it has always been a natural trait for me to build and connect with others.

Where are you from and what about your city inspired you?

I was originally born in Rome, Georgia and raised in Wilmington, North Carolina.

What projects are you currently working on?

I am currently working on a membership only book club with discussions -special guests, communication courses, health & wellness products.

What team members, coworkers or supporters encouraged you to be great? What did they say or do?

I can exaggerate when I say a part of my growth has definitely been due to the support I receive from Agent Matthews and the effective guidance in relation to your area of brand and development. The preparations that are needed to begin to develop a  brand can be very exhausting and scary at the same time; however, when you have effective guidance from a credible source then it can make the process much easier.

What is your definition of success?

My definition of success is when you are able to look back in life and see your growth and changes that led you to be the best version of yourself where you are the most happy and able to create the best financial growth for yourself and the ones you love.

What is the biggest lesson you’ve learned so far in this business?

The biggest lesson I have learned is to be patient and know that when things are not happening on your time to be aware and craft your skills even more to the liking of your knowledge.

How do you balance your business life and personal life?

I balance my business life and personal life by what is priority based. I am a mother so I have certain priorities and my life that are needed as well to survive in order to provide. I chose the best options and made sure everything is taken care of in a priority manner.

Aside from business, What are your favorite hobbies and activities you enjoy?

I love to sing, read, make content videos, research and just have fun doing different activities.

What are your social network handles?

Instagram, Facebook

Get to know Angela M. Wong


Tell us a little about yourself.
My name is Angela M. Wong I was born and raised in Bedstuy Brooklyn. My mother raised me and my sisters and made sure that she gave us everything although she didn’t have much. Her smile is what inspires me to reach higher for my goals because I don’t know how to repay her for raising me to become the woman I am today. I am a versatile artist, and I am currently working on different styles and genres I want people to get up cry, dance and just be
yourself, because today we are so in tuned with following social norms that we usually don’t express ourselves because we are afraid of who is watching us.

How did you come up with your name?
My Artistic name is La Diva, which was given to me by my Grandma, because she said I was into fashion.

What are your influences?
My musical influences have been Salsa singer La India, my mother bought me my first Walkman and cassette at the age of 5 and that is when we first noticed I had a voice. My sister played a major part in helping me develop my writing we would pick topics and write songs and poetry when we were home bored with nothing to do. My musical influences have also been my music teacher Ms. King-Everette I attended Progress High School for professional careers and she taught me how to breathe, harmonize and use my voice. I also would go to an Afro-Cuban church every Sunday where I learned Yoruba music and hope to work on some projects with that sound and language.

How did your musical career begin?
My music career began at the age of 18 I did my first show at a community event in Brooklyn.

What inspires you?
What inspires me is my love for music and how it can heal anything you may be experiencing at the moment, growing up in a poor neighborhood does not stop you from succeeding, I want people to believe that they can make despite all adversaries.

What are you working on?
I am currently working on new projects that have not been released yet.

Is there anything we can check out now?
I have 3 new songs currently out on all platforms entitled Runtz, Honey which are trap songs and Mentira which is Spanish reggaeton and I am Currently working on releasing a few new projects with visual 2 songs one entitled Bully and the other is Trenches. I may also release an EP sometime next year.

Are you on instagram?
My Instagram handle is @divalapr_ladiva

What would you like to say to your supporters?
I want people to believe in themselves no matter what always say you can never say you can’t.

Check out Runtz Some of La Divas Music below

Artist Spotlight: Ryte Eye Ty


Multi talented vocal artist, entrepreneur, label owner/CEO Ty Webb, AKA Ryte Eye Ty, who had taken the YouTube and Socal Media world by storm last year at this time with the release of his inspiring and highly emotional track and companion video FREEDOM  has come full circle with the newly released lyric video for his new beat-fest power track Swing Baby.


SOP: Ty, first off, thank you for making this interview possible, my first question.. If you were to explain who you are to one who is not familiar with your music, how would you introduce yourself and your music?

Hi thanks for having me on your platform once again I’m grateful.  Yes I would introduce myself as a regular guy whose passion is everything music and I think that it reflects in the many different ways that I write. My music no matter which genre, it   always tells a story.

SOP: let’s take a moment to rewind; last year at this time, you released Freedom, a track that was both powerful and spiritually moving, what was the inspiration behind it, and now, one year later, what has been the result of that creativity.

The inspiration behind Freedom was the death of Michael Brown, I wanted to write something that I felt like all people, and especially my people could understand and relate to. See you may not understand what it feels like to be black but I know you know the pain of loss and that’s what I wanted to reach that very thing that everyone could relate too.  The song actually brought a lot of light to us and propelled us onto another level.

SOP: Ty, you are a Multi talented vocal artist, entrepreneur, label owner/CEO with a list of creative credentials that would be a list of lifetime achievements for many, but for you, just a starting point, a warm up, what is next for you, both as an artist and more.

Well we are excited to announce that we (our company, One Way Up Entertainment) just inked a distribution deal with.. get this, Vall Bungalo / Universal Music Group. We are very excited that the Bungalo/Universal family has welcomed us in and we are looking forward to releasing some really great music and signing artist eventually to our label

SOP: Where did it all start for you, what was the moment you realized you were destined for this life in creativity?

It started at an middle school bus stop with my cousin Angel Morgan and Gene Cochran in Pompano Beach to what the world knows as 1800 block but the moment I truly knew is when I wrote my first song “Don’t Go” at the Pompano mall (pompano city center)

SOP: Moving forward, tell us about the new track Swing Baby, it is phenomenal, what’s the back story?

Swing baby has a two part back story first I wanted to write about the edgy side of our Miami Streets but it’s also a song about a cute little dance my wife does and I promised her that when I found the right beat I would create a song for her . Little did we know it would be Swing Baby but we’re grateful it is. Swing Baby will be released Sept 3rd of this year.

SOP: You created the track featuring the talents of Klubjumpers, but who is the voice in the lyric video, sounds so ethereal, so mystical?

The young lady on the tracks name is Tyler Royale she’s a phenomenally gifted singer out of Atlanta Georgia. Definitely watch out for her.

SOP: What is next to come from the music lab?

We are going to be releasing more singles through One Way Up Entertainment/Bungalo Records/Universal Music Group. Our next release will feature Tyler once more, she is a pleasure to be working with.

SOP: What would you tell someone who is aspiring to become a creative mind like yourself, what words of inspiration can you present?

I would say your “Nay Sayers” will be many and your supporters very few, just keep believing always be grateful and thankful, always be open to foster healthy relationships in this business.  You will experience every emotion that comes with this just enjoy the process because even in difficult times there’s lessons to be learned.  Always be willing to go outside of the box, stay true to your beliefs receive what you’re believing for even If it hasn’t appeared and remember right outside of fear lies your destiny.

SOP: Anything you may wish to tell our readers?  I just want to say thank you thank you thank you from the depths of our hearts we are grateful you give us a platform to show our gifts and talents to the world. We understand that without you we couldn’t be as creative as we like so thank you for every stream, every save,  every share like and any and everything you do to support us thank you so much. You only get to see our lives from one perspective but I want to show you another. Blessings, Positivity, Love , and Light.

Find Ryte Eye Ty  Online and take a visit to his magical musical world of creative genius.

“S.G.N HUB Exclusive Interview With Sonny Ganzo”


New Documentary “Hypocrisy Culture” by Sonny Ganzo Coming Fall 2021

By Jared Hipsher

On one of the latest SGN Live Podcasts, host Quozzy had on special guest Sonny Ganzo. Sonny Is the founder of Global Sounds Records Label. They discuss the beginning of his illustrious career working with Killarmy, a hugely influential hip hop group from the 90’s. In a behind the scenes look, the podcast goes over Sonny’s humble start-up, with Sonny being a street team promoter with Supreme Mayo to co- executive producing “The Algorythm” by Wu-Tang Clan producer 4th Disciple feat. Sean Price, Peedi Crakk, Rah Digga, Vinnie Paz, Solomon Child’s and more.The Podcast is littered with excited details from Sonny’s time in the music industry and his 1st release under eone Distribution. Sonny also talks about the executive production and re-release of Bizz the Prince’s album “Prince of Jersey” feat. Q Parker of the Grammy Award winning group 112, Kinetic 9 of Killarmy, Philly Freeway and DJ Kayslay.

YouTube “SGN HUB Interview With Sonny Ganzo”

The highlight of the interview is our announcement that SGN HUB will be working with Sonny and Global Sounds Records Label. They’ll be helping with the sound for all our entertainment videos and promotions; featuring music from the previously mentioned artists as well as others like Peedi Crakk , Shabazz The Disciple and Sadat X (Brand Nubians). Sonny shares the ethical life ideas and habits that we strive to incorporate at SGN Hub. With this collaboration it’ll allow us to reach new heights and offer amazing new things featured in our products.

If you’re a fan of hearing stories about the creation of records from Global Sounds Records or getting an in depth look at the behind-the-scenes process of some of their biggest creations; this interview covers it all. The creation of the Label is a can’t miss story that you can hear right now on SGN Live. We also cover Sonny’s new documentary Hypocrisy Culture as well as his new book by the same name, Hypocrisy Culture.
Quozzy gets real in the interview, going past the surface level questions to extrapolate some exciting details that make this a can’t miss show. The path that his documentary took to finally being released, like being pushed back because of last year’s crisis, to the struggles of making his vision a reality, are explored in depth.

The interview is also packed with nuggets of what’s happening now, looking beyond the black and white views that people see and offering deep thoughts on the state of the world as it is. Sonny shares nuggets from his book on what he sees that’s off in the world and how he always tries to be the best version of himself, along with what he does to be great. He talks about trimming the fat every morning and losing the things that you don’t want in your life. His thoughts about being the best person you can be and how not to live as a hypocrite and be real are profound. The views and ideas expressed from a man with his resume offer credentials to his ideas because of the things he’s been through. His journey is one of hard work, perseverance, struggle and ultimately success. This success will inspire others with similar beginnings, hopefully touching people and making the world a better place. The book is definitely worth the read and the documentary is sure to be a hit whenever it’s released.

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Exclusive HILL HARPER Interview | Sheen Talk | Sheen Magazine | The Black Wallstreet | Naja Roberts


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[Interview] Brian “Big Bway” talks with The Electra Network


From being the creative mind behind”Get The Strap” to The NY Black Arts Festival to Sage Smudging. Ms. Electra asks all the questions and getting all up in Brian “B.Way” Cunningham’s business about his life, being a motivator for and with his business endevors.

The manager to Jack Thriller and Robert Curry gives “The Electra Network” details on life during COVID, upcoming concerts of course ThisIs50. Take a Peek

New Artist to Watch : Roxanne Luciano – “Whole Lotta Ass”


Roxanne Luciano’s new Caribbean fused hip-hop single “RichRich” is out now. Rising to Fame, Luciano comes from a family of entertainers. Growing up in the music business, Luciano has met and worked with reputable artists across all genres. Staying true to herself, this dynamic artist has crossed over barriers and is killing the scene. So much so, the legendary Tony Mercedes, who’s career total sales excede over 80 million units is the driving force behind new comer Roxanne Luciano.

Tell us a little about yourself.
My name is Roxanne Luciano, I was born in Atlanta and raised in Los Angeles. I am 25 years old and pursuing my dreams in the music industry I also have done a bit of modeling and am also studying for a degree in Business Management.

When did you first fall in love with music, and how long have you been actively pursuing your dreams in music?
I’ve been in love with music all of my life. Whether its Rap, Hip Hop, R&B, Rock, etc, music has always been a passion to me. I come from a musical family. Music is therapy to me. Music has always been a passion of mine, but I have always been so afraid to let anyone hear me, but now I feel I’m ready to actually allow the world to see me in that light.

What differentiates you from other artists?
I am who I am and that is just that. I have always lived my life being raw, rich in spirit and rebellious. I’m not trying to be like anyone else other than me.

Are there any artists currently or before you that musically inspire you? If so, who and why?
There are definitely artists before me that inspire me such as Timbaland, Missy Elliot, Lil Kim, Lil Wayne, MIA, Santigold, I can keep going on. As far as current goes, I honestly have to give that inspiration to the ladies because right now in this era, the Queens are all shinning in their own light.

What motivates you in and out of the booth?
I think the motivation just comes from a place of genuine passion. The motivation comes from me wanting to put my voice out into the world and in the studio, I am allowed to do that and I can open up and be myself without being afraid. That’s my motivation, fighting my own fears.

What are three things about you that would shock the public?
1. I am also working on a food business.

2. I am extremely shy.

3. I wish I could clone myself. lol

What do you feel you contribute to the culture as an artist?
I feel that I contribute something that is not seen enough, in my opinion especially being a woman. I feel like I can contribute not only a place for rapping but also a place for singing and just expressing myself in so many different ways musically.

What’s next for you musically?
Musically I want to hit any and every avenue that I can. I don’t just want to be labeled as one genre type artist. I want to channel outlets that I never thought I could in this industry.

How can those looking to book you make contact?
Anyone who is looking to book me can contact my manager at

How can we keep up with you?
I honestly plan to be all over the place so I just hope y’all will be able to keep up! =) As of now you can find me on IG @officialroxanneluciano, twitter and more coming soon.

Spotify link:

A Different Type of Hip Hop Genius meet “Tone Da Boss”


What was the first piece of music that you bought for yourself and what was the medium?
It was Michael Jackson cassette tape. This definitely just reminded me of my age. Michael’s sound to this day is one of the most unique original pieces of art that can’t be duplicated. At the time I was just a fan but reflecting on it now I feel that he inspired me to be different, and to focus on doing my music my way instead of trying to capture the sound of anyone else.

What’s at the top of your professional bucket list?
I love music however I’m not just doing music for professional success. I want to help as many people with their music as I can, either by working with them or through inspiring them. Music is my life, it speaks to my soul. I grew up in a household where music of all genres were played. I correlate music to emotions good and bad. I want to make music that gets everyone to smile, be happy and create memories. The top of my professional Bucket list is to help more people be heard, embrace their passions, and live out their dreams.

How did your hometown/city shape who you are?
Born in Chicago, grew up in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. I went from everyone around me being black to being the only black person around. It taught me adversity, the importance of unity, and forced me to be comfortable with being different. In Chicago I was raised to be a soldier, to try and survive, and protect my family. In Iowa I was raised to be a scholar, to live my best life, and provide for my family. My life would be so much different if I just stayed in one place.

What’s the last song you listened to?
Pop Smoke – The Woo. Pop Smoke is not only gone too soon I still would have been a huge fan despite his early demise. I’ve been a 50 Cent/G-Unit fan since their debut and I feel like not only does he pay homage to that sound but knowing he got the co-sign from 50 Cent makes me a fan of his even more.

If you could see any artist in concert dead or alive who could it be?
Tupac without a doubt. His message and voice transcended music, I would love to see his interludes more so then his live performance. I feel like he would use his time between songs wisely.

What’s one thing that even your most devoted fans don’t know about you?
My favorite genre of music is actually soft rock. As a DJ I listen and play all different genres, but I never really get to play like 2000s rock music. Being in Iowa for so long it was all they’d play on the radio so I heard it enough to learn to love it and now it’s my guilty pleasure.

If you were not a musician, what would you be?
I would run a community center for the youth to have fun, learn things they aren’t taught in school, and generate income. Actually I might still do that even though I am a musician.

Tell us about your latest single ? When is your video release ?
My latest single is my song called “Free” to the general public it talks about a life after the Pandemic is over, but for me it talks about my personal journey after going through divorce, leaving my 9-5 job after 10 years, and finally living Free. The video is available on all platforms as of 1/12/21.

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Check out Tone Da Boss Video release 1/13/2020