Artist to Watch Out For: Rollie Santana – No Exchange

Artist to Watch Out For: Rollie Santana – No Exchange

Rollie Santana (born Rhalexis Robinson: 19 October 1996 in Hattiesburg Mississippi) is a female rapper emerging as the new sound of hip hop. Growing up in she was surrounded by music of all genres, with her father being a popular local dj, which influenced her love for music. She was a very attentive student/athlete throughout her middle school and high school years, playing basketball and earning all A’s and B’s, but it was her love…

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Rehema McNeil “Davu”

Rehema McNeil “Davu”

 BIOGRAPHY: Born in Memphis, Tennessee, on July 9, 1992, Rehema McNeil was raised in a soulful and jazzy, R&B culture and that is one of the key dynamics in her growth towards her own womanhood. She related more to the music of that time which had substance and meaning. That was the type of music that reached to her in way that the artificial and flashy music couldn’t.  McNeil developed her own style through…

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Cashe “Wish Me Well” Listening Party

Cashe “Wish Me Well” Listening Party

Cashe an upcoming Miami rap artist recently held a private listening party for upcoming Ep release “Wish Me Well”. The event consists of the release of his featured songs “Wish Me Well”, “Gotta Get It “, “Glory”, What I Want”, “New Rules” & “Grammy Speech”. Each song is a story within it self explaining his rise to the top. Cashe gives a great performance and interacts with his audience. Look for Cashe upcoming EP release…

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Nicki Minaj – Lookin Ass Nigga

Nicki Minaj – Lookin Ass Nigga

Nicki Minaj has always been in the news for controversy, and this time is no different. Her recent song lookin ass nigga is expressing the details of a bum type of guy. Nicki Minaj used Malcolm X holding a gun as the cover for this released song. This picture definitely stirred up a lot of negative feedback of the controversial rapper. including a Change.org petition, which drew thousands of signatures, urging a boycott to stop her from ”dishonoring the…

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