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  • MARZ MUNNY...headed for the stars

    MARZ MUNNY a.k.a. “Mr. Chow” is an up-and-
    coming rap artist from Brooklyn. He's been writing
    rhymes since he was 14 years old and accredits his
    love of music to his mom and dad. “There was always
    music playing in my house growing up. All different
    types, from the Isley Brothers and Earth Wind & Fire
    to the Notorious B.I.G. and Mary J. Blige.”

    Music has always been a huge part of his life.
    Being raised in a rough part of Brooklyn, MARZ has
    seen a lot and done things that he isn't proud of,
    which eventually led to him being incarcerated.
    But instead of conforming to life in prison, his passion
    for music kept him moving in a positive direction.

    He used the time wisely, writing rhymes and rapping to
    anyone who'd listen. “My love for music kept me going
    when I felt like giving up. Even people telling me, “Yo,
    you sound good man, you're bars are tight!!”, helped push
    me through the darkest days. I know music is what I was
    put on this earth to do.”

    It was there that he developed his alter ego, “Mr. Chow”,
    which signifies his desire to “eat”. In other words, attain
    wealth to feed himself and his family. In prison “chow
    time” is breakfast, lunch and dinner...and his drive to make
    it in the music business had him starving.


    MARZ returned home with that same energy and
    got right to the music. He has released several singles
    on SoundCloud, including the popular collabo with fellow
    Brooklynite, FreshBeatz, titled, “10nb” (10 n better).
    And “Survival”, the dark, soulful tale of MARZ’ struggle to
    make a change in his life and those around him.
    Spit over a smooth, mid-tempo base beat, “Survival”
    speaks to the masses of young brothers fighting to
    create positive opportunities for themselves. He describes
    his music as aggressive and fun. “Some songs have a more
    serious tone but I also like to make fun music that keeps
    people smiling and dancing.”

    The self-described laid-back gangsta is passionate about his
    music and the affect it has on his listeners. “I’ve gone through
    many phases in my life and I'm still transitioning into the best
    version of myself. I have definitely elevated from who I used to be.
    Things I did before don't interest me but the music NEVER
    left me. I want to make good music and spread my good energy
    all around! There’s no better feeling than watching people enjoy
    the music I've created.”

    And his creative juices are certainly flowing as he works on
    his debut mixtape. It’s sure to be a crowd-pleaser! And be on
    the lookout for the video for “Survival” dropping this summer
    on YouTube and WorldStar HipHop.
    MARZ MUNNY is definitely headed for the stars and beyond…
    with his music as the soundtrack.


    E-mail: MarzMunnyflg@gmail.com
    SoundCloud: Marz Munny
    Instagram: @mrchowmein
    SnapChat: MARZARATI
    YouTube: Marz Munny
    FaceBook: Marz Munny

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  • Who is Joyner Lucas?

    Who is Joyner Lucas? 
     
    The Worcester, Massachusetts native, who by the looks of it has every hip-hop fan in The Bay State talking about him, became the first Mass. artist to spit at the B.E.T Awards cypher last night. 
     
    He more than represented for his city. His flow put a stamp on the B.E.T cypher in front of 12 million TV viewers. The talent he's offering has a future in the hip-hop world. It's a long time coming for Mass. to get some play in the game and Joyner Lucas has got the ball in his court. His latest cd release titled "Along Came Joyner" is available to buy off of his website
     
    Share this article if you think Joyner Lucas did better then the other cypher candidates.
     
     
     
    We're glad to see a unsigned artist progress. 

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  • Antonio Breez - The Convocation of Antonio Breez

    Now Available!

    iTunes • Amazon • Google Play • Spotify • Tidal

     

     

    Preview The Convocation of Antonio Breez Album

    The Convocation of Antonio Breez' is the culmination of years of hard work and passion from the Boston wordsmith, Antonio Breez. A proper debut album, it touches on a number of topics while bringing the listener into the world of an artist you won’t soon forget.

    The up-and-coming spitter spends the 16 tracks on here chronicling every facet of his life, from the shoulder-brushing bars of “Welcome Ceremony,” to the late-night hustler raps of “Can’t Sleep,” and the pure technical display of “Wet,” and its well played Redman sample. But his lyrical autobiography goes beyond insight, touching upon both his work ethic and artistic rise. He also slows things down with sharply written lover-man rhymes on other highlights, especially the album-closer, “She Don’t Want” and “Next To Me” (with the latter paying homage to Common’s classic, “The Light”).

    The majority of the album is handled by producer Kazi Beatz, whose instrumentals range from bouncy, piano-forward R&B (“Successful”) to more modern soundscapes (“My Time”). Elsewhere, Official Stichel delivers sample-based slappers (“Can’t Sleep”), while Magic On The Beats flips nods to J Dilla (“School Love”). Other contributors include Skinny Manolo, DBrown, QuietKept, and Chris Prythm, with Breez pulling it altogether with his shapeshifting flow and confident lyrics.

    For Breez, it all boils down to putting everything out there for whoever’s willing to listen. As he says on the opening track, “Today I stand before Hip-Hop and I walk the ceremony knowing that no semester is guaranteed.” He then humbly recognizes that his potential for success and failure is equal, though those who hear 'The Convocation' will realize there’s no chance for the latter.

    'The Convocation of Antonio Breez' is now available online wherever music is available for stream and download, through Gittuff Entertainment. 90% of all proceeds will be donated towards Team Jade’s Be The Match donation fundraiser, in her fight against leukemia. *Click here If you’d like to contribute directly: bit.ly/20f6SHV

     

     
     
     
    Video: “You Ain’t Hot”/“Exodus"
     
     
    In promotion of Breez's debut effort, the Bostonian worsdsmith delivers a fresh new video for both "You Ain't Hot" and "Exodus." The slick visuals center on the young rapper’s lyrics and style as he puts on for his city by repping the Red Sox, Bruins, and Celtics, he spits clever lines like “Your Taco Bell flow got you n*as way past gas,” along with a series of tongue-twisting, double-time rhymes.

    Stylistically, the video goes beyond what Breez is wearing on screen. The first half, “You Ain't Hot,” which recently debuted on Shade 45, is shot to mimic like you're watching an old-school rap video on VHS. That is, of course, before it switches to shots of Breez posted up in front of an all-black SUV.

     

    Antonio Breez Online: 
    • Twitter: twitter.com/AntonioBreez
    • Facebook: www.facebook.com/antoniobreez 
    • Website: www.gittuff.com
    • YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/AntonioBreezVEVO           
    • SoundCloud: www.soundcloud.com/antoniobreez

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    Jordel Sanchez (Chance)

    317.289.2413

    IG: iamchance617
    IG: Gittuffent
    Twt: Gittuffent

    WWW.GITTUFF.COM

    GITTUFF MANAGEMENT
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  • Beantown's Boss...EDDY FISH

      

     


    Boston has a hidden jewel in its
    underground scene…

    Meet EDDY FISH, trapper turned rapper,
    with more real stories than a New York
    skyscraper. “My music is a dose of reality.
    No third-party tales, this is all ME.”

    EDDY always dabbled and wrote rhymes
    but his focus was on the streets, not the studio.
    That is, until things in the street became
    too perilous and his sixth sense told him to
    fall back. Smarter than most, EDDY followed his
    gut and decided it was the perfect time to take his
    aspirations of becoming an artist seriously.

    He began writing and recording songs for a
    mix-tape he would name, “Real N*ggas Know”.
    It was released on DATPIFF.com and yielded an
    awesome response. It was listened to just
    under 20,000 times! From presentation to
    production, “Real N*ggas Know”, was a solid project.

    This was the confirmation EDDY needed. He was
    ready to get into the music industry and make his
    mark. A self-motivated man, he reached out to
    Yo-Gotti, who was on the come-up at the time,
    for a feature and Yo obliged. “Whole lotta money”
    was the result. The single was viewed over 100,000
    times on YouTube!

    He continued to work with Yo-Gotti and eventually
    toured with him. He names Yo as one of his influences.
    “Going on tour with Yo-Gotti was a great learning experience.
    I had a front row seat to how things work in the industry.
    It gave me a blueprint to follow and I'm grateful for that.”

    EDDY has since collaborated with other big names such
    as Blac Youngsta on the track, “GOALZ” and most
    recently, Gucci Mane on the track, “HECTOR”.
    “Gucci came to Boston looking for an artist who was
    serious about the game to do a feature with him. The town
    pointed him in my direction. It feels good to know that
    people are noticing the hard work I’m putting in.”, said EDDY.

    Clearly his reputation precedes him. He is well-respected in the
    streets of Boston as a boss and in the rap game as a skilled artist on the rise.
    “I want the fans to know that I will not disappoint them. I have a vision for
    this. There are other artists out of Boston trying to break into
    the industry and I would love to be on that first wave. I want to be a part of
    shaping what's coming out of my town to bring everyone together.”
    EDDY’s label, SMG (SkyWay Music Group) is currently in its grassroots stage
    building up to be a major label that can support other artists.

    We have no doubt that EDDY FISH has the talent and the intelligence to
    do exactly what he's envisioned. His music is currently available on
    SoundCloud and YouTube. Check out his latest videos below, “HECTOR”
    featuring Gucci Mane and “GOALZ” featuring Blac Youngsta:


    Link to “HECTOR” ft Gucci Mane:

     

    Link to “GOALZ” ft Blac Youngsta: 

    Instagram: @EDDY_FISH
    Twitter: @EDDY_FISH
    FaceBook: EDDYFISHSCALE

     

     

     

     



     

     

     

     

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  • The Haitian Legend Singer and Rapper Jamecy "Black Alex" Pierre Dies At 39.

    On Friday November 13th 2015 at 9:00am, the Haitian famous rapper and singer aka Black Alex was pronounce dead in Haiti. Alex was born on October 16 1976 and passed away at 39 years old from tuberculosis. He was a former member of the well known group called King Posse and later branch out to his own as a solo artist and in the past has done features on songs with many well known artist such as elephant man.

    Haiti lost another great individual. Black was loved by so many for his contribution in society and in the Haitian music industry. Former group members and fans all over the world pays tribute today to remember Black Alex. Please spread the love and share this beautiful tribute to Black. 

    Black we love and you will never be forgotten R.I.P

    Black Alex when he was with King Posse

     

     

    Black Alex when he went Solo

     

     

    "Drug" was a song Black Alex's wrote on how he would never touch drugs again. He left that lifestyle and wanted to share this tribute to encourage others to follow and change to a healthier lifestyle. For those who didn't know Black accepted God as his lord and savior. He changed his life around and become a believer. 

     

     

     

     

     

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