D Stackz – Eazy | @DStackz_SNG

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Bronx Producer and Artist D-Stackz Plans to Release
New Project after the Success of “My Sh-t” and “Jungle”

LOS ANGELES, CA – Straight from the endless hustle and bustle of the Bronx,
New York, esteemed artist and producer D Stackz is here to make waves in the
industry. When D Stackz decided to pursue a career within the music industry, he
looked to his father for inspiration. Through watching his father grow his own
career in their home studio, D Stackz ultimately developed the desire to follow
suit. Little did he know, with hard work and dedication, his production would take
him further than he could've imagined at the time.

Initially, D Stackz began putting himself out there, and connecting with local
artists in the studio. It wasn’t long before word got around, and D Stackz’ musical
abilities caught the attention of so many in the industry. Though, D Stackz didn’t
become complacent, and decided to take his career to the next level as a
recording artist. “I’ve been rapping, and I’ve really been venturing out. I want to
come forth as an artist, and right now I’m working on my projects with
songwriting,” said the artist. The artist’s lyricism stands out among any average
song, and further verifies that D Stackz is truly the jack-of- all-trades.

Fans will be happy to learn that D Stackz is currently working on his next major
project. All songs included in this project will be produced by D Stackz himself,
and feature various artists throughout. Through this, D Stackz will fuse a type of
southern flair with the hard-hitting rap New York is known for. “I would have to
say it’s a mix. There’s a little bit of Atlanta and New York. There are some real
808-driven” beats. It’s going to be real catchy with an emotional influence,” said
D Stackz. When it comes to his style, everything is so organic and strategically
put together. Take his record with A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, “My Sh-t", which
went platinum at the end of 2016. D Stackz refuses to place limits on himself,
and it shows within his track record- literally and figuratively!

Looking ahead, D Stackz has major plans in the works for himself and the
landscape of his future music career. Though the artist currently owns his own
production label, S.N.G. Inc., he is committed to taking it a step further in
developing up-and- coming artists. His desire is to change the game, as he did
with his production on “Jungle”, which achieved gold status. Through his vast
capabilities within all facets of music, there will be no surprise when he
accomplishes this.

Make sure to follow D Stackz on his social media sites below, and stay tuned for
the release of his upcoming project!

Prophet Mike – Nikki | @LilMikeX

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Prophet Mike speaks truth to the world through music
while touching on hot-button issues

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Prophet Mike is an artist who isn’t afraid to be controversial. In fact, you
could almost say that he seeks out controversy and even instigates it through his music. It’s
kind of the cornerstone of who he is as an artist.

“When I rap I’m talking about politics or what’s happening in society today,” said the fast-rising
musician out of Washington, D.C. “It could be abuse or abortion or racial division – anything
that’s riding the wave of what’s trending and topical. I’m trying to be more of the Kanye of this
generation. So, yes, I’m definitely going for controversial.”

His most recent EP, “Resurgence,” is a good example of that thought-provoking and sometimes
antagonistic music. Released in late October 2017, the project is one that explores R&B and pop
sounds while touching on subjects associated with relationships as well as social issues. One
single from the EP, “Nikki,” was written through inspiration from a relationship he had with a
woman that he used to work with. Another single, “Facts,” was written while he was in London
in 2015. He said they’re songs that really fill a unique lane for his particular style of music.

“I do rap, but I don’t like to be called a rapper because I’m actually more of a songwriter,” he
said. “I write a lot of tracks for female artists or male R&B artists. I write pop and rock and also
produce a lot of those sounds. I’m trying to do everything, not just in one genre. In this
generation of music you have to be more versatile. You can’t just be a rapper who can just do
hip-hop – and I’m the guy who can do R&B on one song, then venture into jazz on the next one,
then hit you with rock somewhere else.”

Born in southeast London, Prophet Mike has always been interested in music. His family moved
to Maryland when he was young, and his experience between the two countries gave him a
unique cross-cultural perspective that shines through in his music. For the past decade he’s
been following in the footsteps of his idols – Michael Jackson, Nas, ABBA and The Beatles – by
writing, rapping and producing. Recent performances in New York and Maryland are just a taste
of what he can do, he said.

He released his first full-length mixtape in 2016 called “Motivation X Segregation.” It was the
first time he showcased his controversial side, with songs like “Shootas,” “Beat Killer” and
“Black and Proud” proving to the world that Prophet Mike is an artist whose lyrics are relevant
and hyper-aware of social justice issues happening all over the globe.

While riding the wave of success from “Resurgence,” Prophet Mike said he’s back in the studio
and hoping to release three full EPs, with the intention of really sitting down and crafting a
classic album over the next two years.

“I really want God to work through me so I can take time and build something prophetic,
controversial and, as always, deeply touching and thought provoking,” he said. “I want to find
new ways to evolve my style and music.”

To listen to Prophet Mike’s music, or to follow him on social media, please visit:
https://soundcloud.com/michael-dadson- 640551900/7-p- mike-nikki- mix2

B-Smooth & Boogie Black – We Came to Get Down | @IamBoogieBlack @Humblesoul33

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B-Smooth and Boogie Black collaborate for new hit party
‘Came to Get Down’

NEW YORK, NY – Grand Groove Unlimited Records has a whole host of hit-makers on their
label, and two of them have come together to collaborate on the hot new single of 2018.

B-Smooth and Boogie Black have created a hot new party song called “Came to Get Down,”
which will drop Jan. 23 across all digital distribution sites. The up-tempo song with a driving
beat is one that’s sure to have people dancing, and will definitely make the rounds at clubs all
across the country. According to Boogie Black, who has been successful in the industry in recent
years because of his signature raspy sound and clever hooks, said the moment he heard the
first samples of the song developed by B Smooth, he knew it was going to be something great.

“When I heard that song I knew it was already a hit,” Boogie said. “(B-Smooth) is real talented,
and I’m always down for anything that’s going to make people dance and have fun. That’s what
I’m into – I’m all about helping people have fun and enjoy the party. And then when I met him,
his energy was positive and there was never any cursing or headaches. We just went in the
studio and made it do what it does. It was a no brainer working together.”

B-Smooth is a 26-year- old singer and musician with a degree in music business. At a young age
he began to experiment with music and has already seen some lofty success – such as winning
amateur night at the World Famous Apollo Theatre two times in a row, as well as appearing on
TV shows on Cable Vision, BAM, Wendy Williams and others. This debut single is his next step in
announcing himself to the world of music and establishing himself as a bona fide force in the

“I think my versatility sets me apart more than anything else,” B-Smooth said. “I’m always
writing based on how the beats make me feel. Most of my music is about what I would want to
listen to in the club. How do I want it turned up? Sometimes it’s music that’s just for chilling and
dancing or having a good time, and sometimes it’s music for getting wild with people that I
love. This song in particular is all about coming in and getting your dance on and having some
fun and having a lot of drinks.”

Boogie hails from the Bronx and has been in the music industry for a minute. He’s the nephew
of a hip-hop pioneer who passed while Boogie was a teenager. To escape the pain of his uncle’s
passing, Boogie became a member of the World Famous Skate Key, where he befriended an
aspiring DJ. The two of them would go on to create a writer/producer bond that saw them
creating one hit party song after another.

Eventually Boogie found himself in line with Chris Powell under Grand Groove Unlimited
Records. Chris is one of the most popular party hosts in the clubs of NYC and has collaborated
with a handful of artists under the label. Later this year Boogie and B-Smooth will be featured
on a compilation album with seven other artists from the record label.


To listen to “Came to Get Down” or to follow B-Smooth and Boogie Black on social media,
please visit:
We Came To Get Down – https://itunes.apple.com/album/id1330540294
Waste of My Time – https://youtu.be/OiXVu8FMlN0

Scatta RPee – Medicine | @SCATTARPee

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Scatta RP prepares to drop new album with
release of first single, ‘Medicine’

TRENTON, NJ – SCATTA R.Pee always looked up to his older cousin growing up. Hailing from
Trenton, New Jersey, he was born into a musical family – uncles who were members of Instant
Funk, a father who was one of the top singers in the state, and a cousin who was signed to
Atlantic Records under the name True Love. Of all the influences on his life, True Love was
definitely the strongest.

“I remember I used to steal his tapes and run up to the attic and play them over and over,”
SCATTA said. “He caught me one time and I remember telling him that I was always watching
him. His career was a big influence on me and when he did a record called ‘Love Rap Ballad,’ it
was the first time I really saw how the music industry works.”

From that moment forward, SCATTA pursued music as a career. He was a founding member of
a group called TRUTH-OR SQ. out of Trenton and together they released a wide range of songs
over the years. In 2009, after releasing five mixtapes, SCATTA released his first solo album. It
was called “Jawanda ECM-Authenticness,” and was named after his older sister who also
heavily influenced his music career. Since that time Scatta has released two other full albums
and one mixtape. And today he’s preparing to releasing his fifth studio project, an album he’s
calling “Da Agriculture.” Every song on the album is produced by Divine Drummah, and the
sound throughout is one that not only nods to the early greats of hip-hop but also to Scatta’s
unique sound and style.

The first single from the album, “Medicine,” is a perfect example of how SCATTA is pushing the
expectations from hip-hop by turning common conventions on their heads.

“This song is basically about the need for hip-hop with substance to it,” he said. “It’s not the
everyday radio song that you hear nonstop nowadays. It’s mid-temp with an East Coast feel. I
suppose some people would say it has that progressive boom-bap sound, but it doesn’t sound
like what’s on the radio today. The music I make is more of what you would hear on college
radio or certain golden-era vibes. It’s relative because it speaks on issues that people are
dealing with every day. Plus, it’s just good quality music. That’s what I was raised on and that’s
why I gravitated to it when I created this.”

SCATTA said he hopes that as people hear his music and get to know him as an artist, they’ll see
a guy who is authentic and always stays true to his principles and convictions. He admits that
he’ll likely never be the artist who makes music born from the trends of the day. He will,
however, always deliver head-bobbing music that has a story or strong lyrical content. It may be
comical, historical, relational or even just something to party to – but every time it will be
something that listeners can grab onto and take something from it.

To listen to Scatta’s music, or to follow him on social media, please visit:
https://www.facebook.com/ScattaRPee-Music- 141821665864977
Spotify: Scatta R. Pee
Snapchat – SCATTA11

Fye – Chase | @1Fyetoonz

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“Droughts Done” new project drops from Memphis artist

MEMPHIS, TN – The artist known as FYE started out as a producer from Memphis, Tennessee
who would sell his beats online and gained success in partnering with YouTube. He was a
talented musician who eventually gained a name for himself and did well online, so much so
that fans begged him for a full album of his own music. He rewarded them with a mixtape called
“Home Field Advantage,” which he released more than a year ago. After that release, he
stopped making music and focused on working hard and making what money he could through
selling beats and studio time out of his apartment. As Memphis is known for its hardcore
gangster rap scene, FYE hopes to bring a new wave of artistry to his home town among a group
of people that is trying to compete with music industry majors. His approach is to employ a more
urban, wavy sound.

As a tribute to his fans and to his favorite artist, Lil Wayne, FYE is ready to launch a new album
that he’s aptly naming “Droughts Done.”

“My fans have been waiting and waiting for me to drop new music, and now the Drought is
Done,” he said. “I’m getting ready to flood the industry with this new wave of music. So get
ready for that flame.”

FYE has 18 songs ready to drop on the project – six of which are covers. He said he did this
intentionally as a nod to Lil Wayne’s six-mixtape series called “The Droughts Over,” on which
the famous hip-hop artist would rap over the top of popular songs of that time. FYE said he
hopes to build a music career for himself that is similar to Lil Wayne’s, and it only made sense to
create a new project that was similar to his music icon’s.

“I want people to know me as the one of the greatest entertainers who ever lived,” FYE said,
emphasizing that his future plans are not only for music. “I’m not just rapping or singing or
dancing, I’m doing everything. I’m writing, I’m behind the scenes doing the production, I’m out in
the streets doing the ground work and relating to the public, and I have my own independent
label (Late Night Sound) based out of Memphis. I want to start doing music and blow up in the
industry, then eventually start my own clothing line and movie company and be a great creator.
I’ve always wanted to do things that were never thought of, and this music is the ticket to
manifest those things. I want to be just like Michael Jackson and Lil Wayne and all the greats
who came before me.”

The first step of that journey starts with the new album. He said it’s the perfect project to show
off all the skills that he has. The lyrics, clever bars, wavy beats and witty wordplay are 100
percent unique. One of the lines from his track “On” emphasizes this point and nods to Michael
Jackson’s lyric: “She think I’m Michael Jackson Chamone.” Fans can also see him perform
smooth dance moves while entertaining the masses across the country on different stages and

FYE’s style is futuristic, heavily produced and sonically engineered, which gives his fans a more
melodic, dreamy, lullaby-ish sound. FYE said he can’t be put in a box of any specific genre
because it’s impossible to know what he is going to do next. He said he knows this is what
keeps his fans enticed and wanting more.

“Ever since I was a kid, all I ever wanted to do was entertain people,” FYE said. “I feel like I was
put on this earth to entertain people. So that’s why I’m here: For Your Entertainment.”

To listen to FYE’s music, or to follow him on social media, please visit:
Snapchat @1Fye

Zanti Official – Their Song | @ZantiOfficial

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Iraq war refugee brings dreams of his youth to

fruition with new EP ‘Dream’

SAN DIEGO, CA – It’s appropriate that Zuhair Abed’s debut EP is titled “Dream.” The artist more
formally known as Zanti Official is a refugee from Iraq, moving to the U.S. with his family after
war ravaged his country and forced them to flee. When he left his country, he had nothing
more than a dream for something bigger, something better … something that only America
could provide.

The dream was first planted as a very young boy. His father was friends with a radio disc jockey
in Iraq, and the friend would frequently come to their home just to hang out. During those
occasions, it wasn’t uncommon for them all to listen to music together and sing. And the more
that happened, the more this DJ noticed Zanti’s raw, natural talent. He encouraged Zanti’s
father to bring his song to the radio station and let him sing on air. Things looked promising …
and then the war hit, and Zanti never had the opportunity to make good on his father’s friend’s

“But when I came to the U.S., I started listening to rap – Drake in particular – and immediately I
wanted to become a rapper,” he said. “Drake was a rapper who came from nothing to become
something. I love his style, and every time he posts new music I am a fan. I love what he does
and I love his work. And I want to have a career in music just like him.”

After finishing high school, Zanti was forced to get a job to make some money. But every day
after work he would come home and create new music – exploring his sound and trying to
create something that was unique and different. He began to explore themes that circled
around his dreams – what it takes to become successful, what success looks like and painting
pictures of what life could be some day if he dreamed big enough.

“That’s what this EP is about,” he said. “It’s about dreaming about the life that I want to make.
It’s about me having a house in LA with dope cars and working on my schedule and being my
own boss. Everything is possible, and I know that if Drake can go from nothing to become
something, so can I.”

The EP features six songs that are heavily influenced by trap beats. But Zanti said there are no
other rappers in San Diego doing the kind of music that he’s doing. He has his own unique style
that combines rap with melody on top of more rap, and weaves in slow verses with quick
tempos in a juxtaposition of sound and style that is uniquely his own.

The debut single from the project is called “Their Song.” It’s a song about creating positivity for
other people and trying to inspire them to chase their own dreams. Zanti said he’s currently
working on a music video for the single and hopes to drop it next month.

To listen to Zanti Official’s music, or to follow him on social media, please visit:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYR6S3PT-WsKShpRZxR- VrA?view_as=subscriber

Diaz – The Will | @_D1AZ_

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Diaz travels globe seeking out inspiration for new music


NEW YORK, NY – Diaz is on a journey to discover the best music in the world. His path started in
upstate Rochester, New York and has taken him all over the world, including his current stay in
China where he’s seeking out the next new voice in hip-hop. He’s willing to look anywhere and
everywhere for inspiration and his new six-song EP “More Game” shows exactly what happens
when that inspiration strikes.

The project is one that he said has a 90s-type vibe to it with a new generation flow. The songs
on the EP deal with subject matter that is both conscious and lyrical. He calls it “music with a
message,” though nothing is so overly serious that it can’t be enjoyed merely for the pleasure
of the music. And at the end of the day, that’s what Diaz wants to be known for: good music.

“I just want to have good music with good lyrics,” he said. “I have a different way of rapping
that you don’t hear on a daily basis. I’m a good song writer, and I hope other artists will
recognize that and want to come to me for a hook or a verse. I have a different sound from
anybody else. The way I put my lyrics together – hopefully I do it so well that it’ll make you
want to rewind it and hear it again. I like listening to music that makes you want to rewind it
over and over to understand it. And that’s what separates me from others. My music is

Diaz said he became interested in music at a very young age. He remembers fondly jumping on
the kitchen counters with his brother to perform for their mother. In middle school he visited
his cousin’s house and was introduced to the recording process of music. At age 13 he moved
from the inner city to the suburbs, and that was when he began to experiment with his skill as a
writer and lyricist. And though he continued to write for the next decade, it wasn’t until 2010
that he began to record – putting out one or two tracks here and there as he tried to perfect his
sound and style.

Last year he reconnected with a high school friend who had grown to become one of the
country’s best music producers. He and Count Blanc worked together on “More Game,”
creating a project that he said he’s very proud of.

Notable singles by Diaz is “Blessing”, “The Will” and “Never Suffer”. To listen to Diaz’s music or
to follow him on social media, please visit:

Snapchat: d1azz
Blessing: https://soundcloud.com/aarondiaz3/blessing
Never Suffer: https://soundcloud.com/aarondiaz3/never-suffer

KC Jockey Karl – Marx Love In The Air | @kcjockey

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Multi-Genre Singer and Songwriter KC Jockey Releases
Reggae-Centric EP “Love in the Air”


LOS ANGELES, CA – The music industry has seen a trend within the influence
of reggae and dancehall. Mainstream hip-hop artists are routinely incorporating
the island, carefree vibe within their music, especially in the last few years.
Breakout reggae star KC Jockey is here to grace the fans with the Jamaican-
style music they’ve been craving. With the artist’s native roots tracing back to
Kingston, it’s no surprise that his music truly captures the essence so naturally.

Coming from a strong background in music within his family, KC Jockey knew it
was his destiny to develop a musical career. Ever since he knew how to make
sounds as an infant, he was always humming and singing. Once he moved to the
states, he pushed further in making his musical dreams a true reality, no matter
how much work was involved. “Due to my parents being protective, I grew up
somewhat sheltered. Once given the opportunity to go out of my element, I really
wanted to get into my roots through music. So, I would perform around the
neighborhood, and at block parties. It all spiraled from there,” said the artist.
When it comes down to what makes him stand it out, it’s simply how organically
he goes outside out the box. KC Jockey is the type of artist that avoids the easier
route just to get to his final destination. “I try to take the harder route because I’m
always searching for results in the end. I’m very versatile, so I like to blend my
music with a little bit of everything, from pop to jazz to reggae. Not many people
can do that,” said KC Jockey.

Recently, KC announced the release of his new hit single, “Love in the Air”,
which belongs to his upcoming EP of the same name. It has been a busy month
for the artist, as he is gearing up to film the visuals for the single in the next few
weeks. The single is a true reflection of KC’s artistry, as it showcases happiness,
joy and love. “I like when people hear my music, and it brings them back to a
dated moment. It’s something to remember; it’s something that brings you back
to that certain memory. The EP has songs that reflect long-term memories with
substance,” said KC. The EP will encompass his timeless, infectious sound he is
known for.

Not only is he an all-star vocalist and songwriter, KC also uses his platform to
promote positivity throughout the world. Four years ago, he created his “Say No
to Domestic Violence” project, which he poured his heart into. He will also bring
awareness to the aggressive sickness that is cancer through his single, Cancer”.
He will also address the issue of bullying through his song “Don’t Bully”. With
such a variety of talent, such as acting in major motion pictures like I Am Legend
alongside Will Smith, he plans to utilize his skills when putting the visuals
together for his EP. Is there anything KC Jockey can’t do? One thing is for
certain: he sets an example for artists from all genres to follow, both off and on
stage. It’s no surprise that music labels are knocking at his front door, trying to
work with him.

Make sure to follow KC Jockey on his social media sites below, and stay tuned
for the release of his new EP!

https://www.facebook.com/public/Karl-Marx- F-Waite

Salat – Win Instead | @FMSLProductions

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Former federal fugitive uses lessons from life on the run to
inspire others through music

NEWARK, NJ – After years behind the camera, shooting music videos for other artists, Salahadin
“Salat” Williams is stepping in front of the camera to show the world that he, too, has the skills
as a hip-hop artist.

Hailing from Newark, New Jersey, Salat is a man who has seen his fair share of violence and
struggle. Though life has been rough, he’s managed to stay clear of legal trouble for the most
part, though there have been some close shaves. In fact, for the past five years he’s been
dodging federal marshals and a warrant for his arrest from something he claims he didn’t do.
And in 2017, he defied the odds of becoming a statistic within the judicial system by beating the
federal case that had chased him for years. That experience and the lessons he learned from it
fuel the lyrics behind his music – lyrics that help him inspire other people dealing with difficult
situations through singles like his new song, “Win Instead.”

“I was on the run for the past five years and in the midst of that I had to sit down and figure out
what I was going to do,” he said. “I couldn’t travel anywhere because I couldn’t afford to get
pulled over because the Marshals were coming for me. My cousin was doing music, so I decided
to get a camera and shoot some videos for him. Soon I was shooting other peoples’ videos and
learning the business. The more I worked with artists, the more I realized I have some good
stories to share. So when my name was cleared last year, I found a good writer and told him my
stories about life, then found some beats and a good producer and created this project.”
“Win Instead” dropped on Jan. 9 and is what Salat describes as a motivational single that serves
as an anthem to empower anybody dealing with adversity. He said it’s a song for people who
are feeling down or feel like there’s no hope – people who are insecure about themselves or
their situations and need something to inspire them.

The music video for the single follows the true story of Ausar Walcott – an NFL prospect who
was signed by the Cleveland Browns on a multi-million- dollar contract and then immediately
cut four days later after being charged with attempted murder after a bar fight.

“He was signed on a Friday and cut on a Tuesday,” Salat said. “I’m using this video to let people
look at his story. It’s a real story. He was locked up but he posted bail and he was fighting the
case on the street. When he got out, he started playing in the arena league, the NFL D-League,
and now he’s close to getting a second chance to play in the NFL. Everybody counted him out,
but he was proven innocent at the end of the day and he never game up. His story shows that
through whatever goes on, you can ‘Win Instead.’”

“Win Instead” is available on YouTube, Vimeo and Vevo.

To listen to Salat’s music or to follow him on social media, please visit:

https://m.soundcloud.com/user-214995862/win- instead

Kev The Pope – Get Ready | @Kevthepope

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One-on-one mentorship from legend Sean Price helps launch career of
new hip-hop artist Kev the Pope


BROOKLYN, NY – It’s not often that an aspiring musician gets to have an unofficial
apprenticeship with a legitimate star, but that’s exactly what happened for Kev the Pope.

Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, Kev lived in the same building as legendary hip-hop
emcee Sean Price. As a young boy, Kev was heavily influenced by a musical family. His older
brother and sister were into hip-hop, and his father was into reggae. As he grew up, he began
experimenting with a combination of those two genres, while also dropping in sounds from pop
and R&B. By age 12, Kev shot a video in front of his building. His dad told him to play some of
his music for Sean Price. He did so and every day since then, he kept hanging out with him.

“I knew he was living in the building, but at the time I didn’t really know who he was,” Kev
recalls. “I wasn’t too in tune with his music, but I would play basketball with him from time to
time and I started to check out his music. I decided to rap for him one day, and he loved it. He
gave me my name on the spot – Kev the Pope – and from that day forward we used to chill
every day. As I got older he would introduce me to a lot of people in the industry and he really
blessed me with some keys and some knowledge of the game.”

Today, Kev is using that knowledge to create a successful career for himself. His sound and style
are unique, and his lyrics are beginning to serve as anthems for many people around the
country who come from the struggle and who face adversity. He writes songs about true stories
and things that have happened in his own life or the lives of those around him. And his songs
are diverse, with sounds and themes that will relate to many people of many demographics.

“I really think I can reach a lot of people because my music is about the struggle, but it’s also
about motivation,” Kev said. “It’s not just for one group. It’s not just one sound I have. It’s
versatile with a lot of different flows and sounds and concepts. With me it’s not just about
catchy hooks, it’s about being lyrical and having a message and content that’s marketable and
timeless. My music is in tune with what’s going on in the world today, but it also gives you that
90s feel that invites you to sit back and listen to a whole album without skipping anything. I feel
like that’s what my music is – the kind of music that two generations from now you’ll still be
listening to.”

Kev’s most recent release is a single called “Get Ready.” It’s a smooth song that he said gives
listeners the vibe of wanting to take their girl or wife out for a nice night out. The music video
for the single features a girl getting ready to go out on the town – putting on makeup, trying on
different outfits and jewelry, fixing her hair and doing all the things that a woman does before
going out.

“It’s very catchy and I’ve gotten a lot of good feedback about the song already,” Kev said. “I’ve
put out a lot of singles over the past two years that have been doing pretty well, and I’m
excited for this new one. A lot of people are relating to it.”

Kev said he also has two shows coming up at the end of January – the first on Jan. 21 at The
Barbary in Philadelphia, and the second on Jan. 27 at Lovecraft in New York City.

To find out more about upcoming performances or new music releases, or to listen to Kev’s
music, please visit:

https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/kev-the- pope/1045739349