With “Welcome To The World, ” Trudytheproducer Moves From The Background To The Front Of The Stage

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With his latest single, “Welcome to the World,” Trudytheproducer is doing two things. He is delivering a message of mental health and help and launching a career as an artist.

He has come to it through some dark times and survived, and the song’s message is yes, it’s a hard world, and you have to take care of your mental health. That means not only seeking help when you need it, but providing help, too.

“The ultimate message, I would just say, is to let people know those silent battles that they’re fighting, they’re not alone.,” he said. “This is pretty much a common thing, but for a lot of people it’s just not  talked about, so I’m just shedding light.”

“This world is not a game / It’s survival of the fittest.” The message is delivered in a hip hop beat with a modern R&B background.

The video has some fun with the message. Tru, in one part, is in a therapist’s office and portrays both the patient and the doctor. That’s part of the message, too, that everybody needs help, including those whose job is providing help.

I was gonna make sure that the song shines the light on the ones who are usually there for people who have issues and speaking on them because sometimes they don’t have an outlet. They’re on the receiving end of everybody else’s issues you know. It’s like who do they turn to? I want to shed some light for those people who may not have anybody to turn to.”

His music is a fusion of hip hop, R&B and soul that presents “his take on old-school themes and up-tempo rhythms,” he says in his bio. It is, he says, “infused with a distinct Southern flair.”

Describing southern flair, the native Alabaman said, “Well, I’d definitely have to say when you hear my accent.” He goes on to say that it also means the beats are more forward and straight to the point, but a little slower.

He still lives in Alabama but is in New York for the time being to launch his career, which up to now has been about making music for other people. He made the move last year when he released “Ricky,” a more straight-up rap with a heavy bass beat and rapid-fire lyrics.

He was ready to branch out and do more, he said, even though he didn’t have a lot of time. He was busy engineering for other artists, and making beats, and with “Ricky” he was “trying to get back to the artist side of things.”

He has a lot of music ready to go. His next single, coming out now for Halloween, is “Nightmare,” described as “the hood version of Halloween, the hood-slash-Harlem-hood version of Halloween.”

“We got Halloween coming up, so I’m thinking what could I do just to have some fun, what’s something cool I could do?”

Now, he wants his music to be his career.

“I want music to take me to a point to where I can take care of me and my family for the rest of my life,” he said. “I put in a lot of hard work, didn’t ask for much, was very underpaid for a lot of stuff. But it was because of the love I have for music and the love I have for people, but I feel like it comes to a point where my work should pay off.”

And that right there is the straightforwardness of Southern hip hop.

Musically, he wants to take all his experience with hip hop, R&B, rock and pop and take an active and creative as well as lucrative part in a career in music. He wants to sing and produce and mix music. He wants to collaborate with other musicians, put out more records and provide features, beats and engineering for developing artists as well as legends.

“I want,” he said, “to keep the world on their toes and hungry to hear the next song.”

Stay connected to Trudytheproducer and follow his career on all platforms for new music, videos, and social posts.

Website: https://www.newkingmmg.com

Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/user-306350383/welcome-to-the-world?utm_source=clipboard&utm_medium=text&utm_campaign=social_sharing

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/3x2oP1MPYL4y2LW4oNPxvu

TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@trudytheproducer 

YouTube: https://youtu.be/WdYz8Ug9PLA

Benjamin Hey! Embraces His Music Career One Song At A Time

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On April 15th, 2017, Benjamin Hey! took on a daily songwriting challenge. The NYC-based artist and producer, who was then working as an actor and model, has written a song every day since.

“It’s like one of those situations where I thought I was done with music, but it wasn’t done with me. So I decided to just try it again. But this time around, I said to myself, I have to have fun, so I can’t take myself too seriously. Whatever songs come through, I’m going to write it—if they are good songs, bad songs, if they’re serious, if they’re silly, I’m just gonna create it and not judge it. It led to me just doubling down on my commitment,” explains Hey! “I didn’t plan on writing a song every single day for over five years. It just happened.”

Hey! started writing music in 2008 as an independent artist. Feeling that music had been following his various paths serendipitously—taking acting courses that always ended up having singing involved—he decided to return to music-making after a 30-day challenge that was brought to his attention by a friend who was a contestant on The Voice. The friend ended up with 4 songs, while Hey! wrote 22 songs. He soon reached out to a producer friend in L.A. (Jonny On The Rocks) and started production on those 22 songs.

That soon led to writing and producing “Beat For The Gods” by actress Laverne Cox, which reached no. 41 on the Billboard Dance Club charts. That pushed Hey!’s energy threshold to songwriter even more, but this time having fun with that drive and creating music with an organic heart.

“It’s a journey where I’m learning to just be open, be flexible, and especially with writing a song every day, I never know what the subject matter is going to be, but I do show up to write it when it does drop in,” says Hey!

In another cosmic shift for the artist, after traveling to Puerto Rico to visit friends, Hey! ended up filming a music video. Word of mouth led to connecting with musician John Beyer, leading up to a writing and collaborating partnership that produced tracks such as “Powerless” and Hey!’s latest tracks “No Samples” and “RA-TA-TAT-TAT.” While Beyer’s musical influences ranged from balladeers, crooners, and classic rock, the pair managed to meet in the middle symbiotically and have maintained their musical partnership for 3 years.

“No Samples” is about not compromising when one knows what they want, written during the COVID-19 quarantine when Hey! was feeling isolated.

“I got through most of the pandemic by myself, then I said, okay, if I’m gonna want those things, and I do want love in my life, I’m not trying to settle for it. I want the steak. I want a 5-course meal. I don’t want no Happy Meal.” he explains, then quoting the song’s lyrics with a beat reminiscent of old-school R&B, “I’m holding out for something special and amazing.”

“RA-TA-TAT-TAT” is an anti-gun violence track co-written with Beyer. Since Hey! had grown up in the projects in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Red Hook, he’d initially been resistant to releasing the track that’s lyrics run dark. But just like his openness as a songwriter on his other tracks, he wanted to embrace “RA-TA-TAT-TAT” and realized its significance. Hey! soon had the hook for the song and its structure.

“As much as I did not want to touch it, it’s important because it’s a problem. We need to hear more songs that are anti-guns that have the recognition of the problem in all the major cities it’s happening in,” says Hey! “When we wrote the song, it was definitely geared towards inner city violence, black-on-black crime. But as we know now, bullets don’t discriminate, and this song is for everyone that’s been affected by gun violence.”

Since its release, Hey! and Beyer have performed the track at Spotify headquarters, and it has reached over 100,000 streams on the platform. Hey!’s daily songs are also leading him to a future EP release and continuing his songwriting partnership with Beyer—including what they describe as a potential hit track, titled “Money Girl,” a female-empowerment song about financial independence.

Benjamin Hey!’s journey over the past 5 years has led him to a lush music career–embracing opportunity one song at a time.

[Single] JRealityG “Get This Money” | @JRealityG


(Jasper, Florida – November 11, 2022) – Lake City, Florida-based music label, DSG Productions ends the year with a catchy club banger infectiously called “Get This Money”.

Produced by platinum producer M.Geezy who most notably co-produced the YK Osiris hit single “Worth It”, which is currently sitting at 275 million streams on Spotify. In the chorus, featured rapper JReality G gives his story of getting to the bag when everybody wants to see him fail. With a catchy chorus “Come get a bag from me, Shake ya lil a** for me, Don’t be a crash dummy, Get this Get this Get this money”, DSG and JRealityG have a solid hit on their hands. JReality has a flow that is not just centered on his Florida base and comes across confidently in his rap cadence.

According to DSG CEO, Terry Brown “This song is a guaranteed vibe that the label felt would be good at the club and the strip club anthem that relates to the confident and sexy female audience as well as anyone who is working hard to get to the money.” DSG Productions partnered with online music distributor, Big Top Entertainment (BTOPENT) for the worldwide release of “Get This Money” with an anticipated street date of November 11, 2022. “BTOPENT came highly recommended” states Terry Brown, “We hope to build this partnership, expand our brand and also pitch songs for licensing and synchronization opportunities in tv, movies, and video games.

You should expect to hear more from JRealityG as he continues to build his fan base and do what naturally comes after releasing a great record ‘Get This Money’!



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Introducing Southeast Washington artist, Dat Kid Wingz


Dat Kid Wingz is a Multi-Genre artist from Southeast Washington, DC. At the age of 8 he realized he had a passion for music and became a Dj. He later began writing his own music at age 12 after hearing so many styles of music. Now he is looking to reshape the music because he was “…tired hearing too much trash music”. Growing up in the Chocolate City has taught Wingz the importance of finding a passion , and music comes naturally. His music brings out the best in himself and others. His style is slowly changing the music world as we know it. In the past year, has been on 5 multi-city tours. And is often in attendance at big networking events. Big projects to be expected in 2023.

Riot Da God Drops A Banger Titled ‘War Song’


Hi, my name is Jonathan “Riot da God”Bowles; I am a medically retired army veteran diagnosed with major depression and PTSD. I have seen and experienced a lot, but I have learned to express my feelings through writing from reading and therapy.

I’ve learned that some forms of depression stem from early childhood, so I have written a mini-series of books for children to understand and communicate their feelings to adults in a healthy way.

Sadness is an emotion that everyone feels at some time or another, especially after losing a loved one or friend. Sometimes you may experience a sadness that can affect how you act, your eating behaviors, and even how you see the world. “I’m Ok… I Think” is the first book of the mini-series, a book of overcoming depression and loss; suitable for all ages, targeted ages 6-12.

This mini-series is a reminder to parents, grandparents, teachers and counselors to first listen and second understand your children’s feelings and emotions as well as their own.

This story takes the reader through some symptoms of depression and loss while encouraging them to seek help to understand and communicate. This mini-series also reminds all readers, “You Are Not Alone.”

Triggs and Sean Artest release a new single ‘Solo’


Up and Coming Artists Triggs and Sean Artest have linked up and have released a new single, “ Solo.” The Track describes an independent woman who has taken the steps to elevate herself in the world. A part of that process for her is ignoring the men that aspire to waste her time. When I first heard the song it represented Lust men acquire for independent women, and the self empowerment women feel after getting it done. Triggs and Sean Artest hit it right on the head when describing the game experience on both sides. There have been talks about the both of them going on tour together, and I look forward to hearing future work from the both of them. The two were born in the tri state area and have connected in Atlanta. Trust me, “solo” is a good listen. I believe these two have bright futures!

Available on all streaming platforms https://unitedmasters.com/m/6363dadcac4cd66fbfb0fe4b

[New Music] Danny Boy — THIS SONG

Chicago Creed Music Group on August 29, 2022 released the hot new single “THIS SONG” from Legendary R&B Soul Singer, Danny Boy playing on numerous radio stations across the world. On October 8, 2022 THIS SONG hit Billboards R&B top 100 charting at #30. Now, THIS SONG is up for consideration for the Grammys by The Recording Academy in the category of Best Traditional R&B Performance. Request Danny Boy “This Song” at your local radio station.
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