Mobo Joe, leader of the Mobo Click and owner of Mobo Records has long been a forerunner in modern Hip Hop music. He founded the label in 1991 and over thirty years later, he continues to churn out memorable music. By: MIKODreamz PR NEW ORLEANS - Sept. 6, 2022 - PRLog -- With the introduction of the first wave of New Orleans "gangsta music", Mobo Joe started a trend that included independence, mentoring and belief in his artists/entertainers. Though his dream and goals were lofty, he always believed through hard work and perseverance, that his imprint would one day take its place among the stars of Hip Hop. It was with that belief that Mobo Camp Records was born. It grew to be a powerhouse that is respected worldwide, often mentioned by other movers and shakers who laud his artists as their inspiration. Very few urban music moguls have had the success and longevity that this gentleman has had and even fewer can claim his level of respect. Mobo Joe is a true music relic who is to be cherished. Mobo Records just released Ruthless Juveniles' 30th Anniversary album to wide acclaim. It is available on all digital platforms in the form of a 16-track release. There is also an 18-track release souvenir CD available. Mobo Joe himself will be selling the collector's CD via all of his label's social media accounts. Ruthless Juveniles' most well-known hit ("Run Dat Sh*t) has been remixed and included on the anniversary album. Foe Shabb (@foeshabb15 (https://www.instagram.com/foeshabb15/) features on his breakout hit, along with internationally acclaimed Fiend (@504fiend (https://www.instagram.com/504fiend/). Super Producer Beat Doctor (@beatdoctor12 (https://www.instagram.com/beatdoctor12/) remade the track and put his Midas Touch on it, as always. L.Mont is a solid addition to Mobo Records, as he brings youthful energy and incredible talent. There are also a plethora of other artists on the imprint. Mobo Records is proof that urban music can not only stand the test of time, but it can fuse classic artists with young, vibrant artists to make magic. For booking, email email@example.com. For interviews/media inquiries, email Publicist Arlene Culpepper of MIKODreamz PR (firstname.lastname@example.org). Follow Mobo Records on Instagram: @mobocamp90 @mobocampmerch @foeshabb15 @loyalmont_ Media Contact Arlene Culpepper, Publicist MIKODreamz PR ***@mikodreamz.com 3372982385
New Orleans entertainment and street veteran Calliope Var is preparing to release the new feature film entitled “Superish“.
The film will star Calliope Var himself, along with New Orleans natives Ace B (rapper/actor), Rob Kazi (comedian/actor), Lucky Johnson (actor/director/playwright), Taz (world renowned tattoo artist/actor), and many more familiar faces.
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A lot of new urban music is mundane and at some point, begins to sound all the same. That’s where Nitro the Flash comes in, meaning he has hit the scene to bring back originality and a welcomed brand new sound.
Nitro the Flash is a super talented entertainer with a fascinating imagination. His music incorporates lyrical greatness laced over bass laden eclectic electronic tracks. After releasing a slew of projects, Nitro the Flash’s “Nitrogenesis” album is the definitive project to showcase his talent. The debut single, “Who Am I”, reveals Nitro the Flash’s ingenuity and inventiveness and provides insight into his artistry. Though it is only one of ten tracks on the project, it makes quite a bold statement. It is sure to be a fan favorite.
Originally from Maine, Nitro the Flash made New Orleans his home from age 13 through early adulthood. The city definitely had an effect on his art. His unique ability to create something so different and amazing is what makes him stand out among entertainment giants. He is currently working on his music, along with acting and writing. Nitro is currently working toward his goals that include headlining Coachella and taking home an Oscar, both lofty but achievable goals for an entertainer of his caliber. Nitro the Flash is currently accepting bookings and is preparing for a future tour and press run.
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EAZY is back motivating the streets with his new single “Trap Hard” this is the first single off his upcoming project Definition of the Grind #DOTG set to release this spring.EAZY talks about the grind and the daily struggles of making it out the bottom. Whether your in the streets, stripping, a doctor or a school teacher we all have a Trap so Trap Hard
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In this record, DVNTAE dwells into a deeper perspective regarding the subject of love and what it feels like when relationships may not turn out exactly as intended.
Love is a game and we all play to win, while some lose. People grow apart while in certain situations. Things happen that may not be meant to be understood and that is where Clarity needs to be involved. DVNTAE does nothing short of delivering a humble sense of vulnerability, which is what we all can learn from and connect to.
This record is absolutely ear-gasmic and is sure to captivate the listener in a melodic ambiance to set the tone of relatability to the listener and someone special.
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There’s brand new and fresh blood coming out of the music mecca of Atlanta, Georgia. This includes TopNotch Swave, who hails from the Old Fourth Ward. He dropped off his new single entitled “Stand On It” and let’s just say, it’s some heat! The single features Detroit MVP, Sada Baby.
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There is probably nothing that will wake up the entertainment industry more quickly than a beautiful young female who not only looks the part, but also sounds it. Meet Chloe DeQue, a 17 year old femcee hailing from the cultural mecca known as New Orleans.
Chloe DeQue just dropped her first video, “Wake Up Call”, and it is already getting rave reviews. She isn’t a gimmick rapper – she’s a microphone slayer. Her lyrics are impressive, her vocabulary is broad and her delivery is super quick. Chloe just might be what the industry has been lacking. When asked how she wants to be remembered, she just says, “As a legend.” It’s an almost certainty that will come true.
The visuals to “Wake Up Call” are available on YouTube. The single is available for download and streaming on all digital platforms. The song is produced by legendary trumpeter/Producer Shamarr Allen.
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“For the ones that hustle in silence” #TellThemWait – Label NYC
The evolution of music has come full circle introducing the new generation to the original creators of Hip Hop. Utilizing hits formulated in the 90’s to cultivate what seems new to many today, brings memories to those who were there forcing us to recognize and give respect to the people who helped pave the way – those like Label NYC.
Sharing the same birthplace as Hip Hip, New York City became the stomping grounds for the young influential mind of Label NYC. Being inspired by local artists from labels such as Bad Boy, Roc a Fella, Dipset and artists like the Fugees, Label NYC created the magic of his music by mixing the roots of Hip Hop with the cultural island sounds of Haiti. His musical successes led him to opening performances for Rick Ross and Lupe Fiasco. Label has also had collaborations with Hitmaka
Now with a new project at hand we can only sit back and anxiously wait to see what new innovations Label NYC will surprise us with next. He strives for greatness and you can bet he will exhibit just that!
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Hip Hop artist and lyricist, Y.N.X.716 is a classic throwback artist, who brings a refreshing style of throughout provoking lyricism and effortless flow to his art. The feelings of nostalgia are all enjoyably familiar as the artists distinct musical vibe, leaves listens far and wide loving his music.
Hailing from Buffalo, New York, the artist has been creating music for the best part of fifteen years, perfecting his signature style in addition to collaborating with some highly reputable underground artists such as Eto, Daniel Son, Kool G Rap, and Conway The Machine from Griselda records.
His musical work has also not gone unnoticed by the industry. With various taste makers showing significant support including the likes of:
Sirius Xm and Shade45, where he has had a variety of songs on frequent rotation and has also appeared on Shade45 live.
It’s been a while since we had a chance to speak with veteran New Orleans rapper OG JLyric. We recently caught up with him so we can catch up. We learned what he’s working on and what’s next up for this incredible entertainer.
THE HEAT MAGAZINE: So what have you been up to since the last time we had the opportunity to interview you?
OG JLYRIC: Just working on my craft releasing a few freestyles here and there until I drop my official single “2 Fronts” coming soon.
THE HEAT MAGAZINE: You have such an interesting history in rap music. For our readers who may need a refresher, how did you get your start in music?
OG JLYRIC: I’ve been a fan of music my entire life. I really studied the OGs of New Orleans like UNLV, PNC and artists like that who were successful from as far back as I can remember. UNLV embraced me when I was young and really gave me the game and confidence I needed to move forward.
THE HEAT MAGAZINE: You’ve done quite a few features with some of the biggest names in entertainment. What’s up next for you?
OG JLYRIC: What’s next is my new single “2 Fronts” produced by. EV I’m really excited about this record and I can’t wait for the people to hear it.
THE HEAT MAGAZINE: How did you come up with the concept for your recent freestyles?
OG JLYRIC: I was in the crib bored actually, so I got of the lazy boy and called Cas Major lol
THE HEAT MAGAZINE: What projects/singles are your currently preparing to debut?
OG JLYRIC: My new single “2 Fronts” and my new album “I Can’t Make This Up”.