Shea is an award-winning music artist and producer, owner of Think Tank Music & Media, and Festival Director of Northern Touch Music Festival & Conference.
P.M. Dawn is one of the top 100 most influential hip hop acts of all time and has numerous Gold Records.
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P.M. Dawn formed in 1988 by the brothers Attrell Cordes (known by his stage name Prince Be, sometimes credited as Prince Be the Nocturnal) and Jarrett Cordes (known as DJ Minutemix) in Jersey City, New Jersey. They earned significant crossover success in the early 1990s with music that merged hip hop, older soul, and more pop-oriented urban R&B.
DJ Minutemix left the P.M. Dawn scene after following their appearance on Hit Me, Baby, One More Time, Minutemix was terminated for sexual misconduct. This led to the introduction of the Cordes brothers' paternal first cousin, Gregory Lewis Carr II, known by his stage name Doc. G (also known as 'Dr. Giggles'). (See FULL Wikipedia HERE)
Sadly on June 17, 2016, Attrell Cordes, known within the group as Prince Be, died of renal disease, caused by complications of diabetes, at the age of 46 at a hospital in Neptune City, New Jersey.
Doc. G continues to perform and record music under the P.M. Dawn name and on April 6, 2018, Doc.G announced K-R.O.K. as a new member of P.M. Dawn.
P.M. Dawn is making a massive comeback to the music scene with their latest single's U and How Can I Not Feel Love? Which are now available worldwide through all major digital and streaming sites.
Find out about their latest singles, their highly anticipated release of their new album and when it will drop, where they came up with their stage names, what they've been up to and much more in this high energy interview that will leave you laughing the entire way through! After the interview check out the hilarious bloopers, and stream their latest singles too!
FOLLOW P.M. Dawn to keep up with when new music is released and to stay up with what they've got going on at:
Twitter: @OfficialPMDawn & @NEVASSLU47KROK
Instagram: @pmdawn & @nevasslu47krok
Spotify: P.M. Dawn
IMDb: P.M. Dawn
YouTube: Official P.M.Dawn/Doc.G Channel
Official Website: kroktheproducer.com
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Phoenix Frost AKA Shonnice Harris is a hip hop artist, singer, songwriter, lyricist, author, actress, CEO of Neicy 1 Records, and domestic violence advocate.
Rising like a phoenix from it's ashes, Shonnice Harris has done just that. As a survivor of domestic violence, and sickle cell anemia, she uses hip hop as a way to express the hardships she has endured, and reach out, giving hope and inspiration to thousands. Her music delivers a message of truth, and a very powerful one at that!
You may have seen Phoenix on the red carpet at the 2017 BET Awards, and she also performed in 2017 at the Atlantic Records, Roc Nation, Def Jam, and Republic Records showcase in NYC.
In a message to her fans, Phoenix stated that her music is all FREE only right now as she has just signed a new contract and will be taking down all of her music before her new music comes out.
Coming up on March 15th and 16th, you can see Phoenix Frost perform in Austin, Texas at the RIP the MIC Sound Stage from 12 noon to 5 pm CST.
Tune into our exclusive interview as we talk about Phoenix's upcoming autobiography, her music, what she's got coming up, how she got to where she is today, her survival and how she made it through the domestic violence. Like a phoenix, she rose from her ashes high above through her trials and tribulations. Be sure to check out her music and below our interview as well.
If you or anyone you know is in need of help to escape domestic violence please call the National Domestic Violence Hotline at: 1-800-799-7233 ... It can save yours or their life!
To follow Phoenix Frost and keep up with everything she has going on you can at:
Facebook: @phoenixfrostmusic @neicysempirefanpage
Instagram (IG):@1phoenixfrost1 @phoenixfrostofficial @phoenixfrostfanpage
YouTube:Neicy Records 1 Entertainment
Official Website: numberonemusic.com/neicyrecords1entertainment
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2 Doses is a Rapper, Entertainer and U.S. Army Veteran.
2 Doses AKA William Caudillo Jr. is out of Merced, California, located in the Heart of California dubbed the infamous "Central Valley." 2 Doses first recording session took place his freshman year of high school in 2002 with producer and group artist Critikal of Make It Slap.
2 Doses hung up the mic shortly after starting in the music business and decided to pursue his dream of being an Infantry man in the United States Army. In regards of getting hurt and out the military in May of 2016, 2 Doses moved back to Merced. With the coming of the New year of 2018, 2 Doses linked back up with old rap group mate Sleepy Trees and Nb Mac of Make It Slap to get his music in motion. This brought 2 Doses's debut album "Tha Over-Dose" distributed in contract with Universal Music Group and Hood and Associates. . His first Solo track "Play for Keeps" video hit over 1 million views on World Star. (Watch video BELOW)
Be Sure to Check out 2 Doses's "Tha Over-Dose" album out now everywhere music is sold and streamed digitally as well as his latest single "Forget-Me-Nots".
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Eso Tre is a hip-hop artist, lyricist from the group Substance Abuse... He is also an Attorney.
Substance Abuse is a Los Angeles based hip-hop group consisting of the duo Subz (Justin Hollingsworth) and Eso Tre (John Heath). The group dropped their debut single "What The F**K You Rhymin' For?" in 2000 on the now defunct Ground Control Records, which was followed by the single "Can't Call It"/"No Guarantees" featuring P.E.A.C.E. and Thes One on Weapon Shaped Records. Their debut album, Overproof, was released in 2006, and features cameos from Kool Keith, MF Doom, Motion Man, Saafir, and Rasco. The album received four stars in URB and Scratch Magazine. The group released their sophomore effort, Background Music, featuring Tash, MC Eiht, KRS-One, Sadat X, Percee P, Myka 9, and Max Julien in 2013. In 2016, they released the follow up EP, "Background Music: The Redux." (For full Wikipedia, clickHERE)
This powerful duo is bringing powerful messages within their lyrics... And coincidentally, it has nothing to do with substance abuse, but more on the conscience hip-hop side of things.
To keep up with what Eso Tre has going on and when Substance Abuse drops their next album you can follow them at:
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On July 22, 2017 ANEW podcast was launched with an Introduction by Dawn Piercy, Creator, Host and Producer. In the last 52 weeks there have been 74 total episodes released on ANEW podcast and Mariano "Big Dawg's" Corner combined! Check out all ANEW guest and tune in BELOW to find out what's coming up and much more!
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