Daniel Jackson releases the visual to his Inspirational song, “Challenger”
Jonah Melvon is an Oakland legend with dreams to keep holding the game upon his shoulders. Singing, rapping, mentor to young cats, business owner, entrepreneur, activist, and connector Jonah lives and breathes -‘The Bay’. His music draws people to him with a familiar flare that makes people fall in love with his smooth swag. Old school soul with a heart to stand on the cutting edge of music, Jonah brings crowds back time and time again.
Described as a cross between Common and Musiq Soulchild, with charisma that can not be defined comes Oakland legend, Jonah Melvon. Setting the tone for one epic year with 2 singles from his new album, ‘Rain Water Project.’ The soulful new singles, “What’s Good For You” and “Mom and Pops” come just in time for the first and most pertinent holiday of the year, MLK Day 2019. Both being huge grooves, “What’s Good For You” and “Mom and Pops” shine in Jonah’s ability to create rich experiences through his art, providing good ol’ soul food or soul music, as it is often called. “Mom and Pops” takes us to a hopeful time in the future where we as a culture support our own. While “What’s Good For You” meshes Spoken Word, Hip Hop and Soul Music into one dope recipe filled with food for thought.
Having played with Miguel, Goapele, Ledisi, T.I., EPMD, Black Eyed Peas, and Heiro (just to name a few), as well as tearing up the Oakland’s underground scene. Jonah Melvon is back to making waves in an oftentimes monotonous industry. By making passionate music with an unwavering commitment to excellence, Melvon has been able to carve out a lane of his own, all while keeping it cutting edge and true to self.
Whisper his name in any circle around ‘The Bay’ and people remember his poetic delivery and the first time they got caught up in the experience he brings with every show. Whether at a festival, in an underground club for locals or on the big stage Jonah Melvon’s performance is the same, Brilliant, and cannot be ignored. Get familiar with The Bay Area legend through “Rain Water Project,’ available now on all digital streaming platforms.
Nyasia Chane’l grew up in the small town of Fallsburg in the Catskills region of Upstate New York. Known then as Nyasia Harris she began to express herself creatively at an early age. Through the years she was always singing, dazzling both parishioners in the pews at church and her classmates in the halls of her high school.
Inspired by Lil Wayne and his ode to the early 2000s with “Uproar’ sampling the G-Dep smash hit “Special Delivery”, Nyasia decided for her version to add elements of Ashanti’s smash hit “Happy” which was a huge hit during that era. “Her-Roar” is an ode to one of Nyasia’s idols Ashanti a Hip-Hop Soul icon. Though only 5 songs deep, the song selection for Nyasia’s “The Idol EP” will surprise the industry as she tackles popular records and makes them her own.
Nyasia Chane’l is currently receiving an abundance of attention for her debut single “Do it Like That” (Remix). “Do it Like That” (Remix) debuted in New York City’s Power 105.1 FM by DJ Norie and has helped to launch a career that is brimming with potential.
Nyasia Chane’l is currently performing at venues all across the Tri-State and building her fan base one fan at a time endeavoring to make her mark as the next princess of R&B.
When it comes to representing the “A, Brooklyn-raised Hip-Hop Artist, Chief Connz is doing it in a major way. C.E.O. of the Fetti Comes Fast movement, Chief Connz is a jack of all trades and recognized on platforms such as Spinrilla, Hip-Hop Vibe, and Hip-Hop Overload. Some of ATL’s best artists like; Gucci Mane, Waka Flocka Flame and T.I. inspires him to stay motivated in the overly-saturated genre.
At a young age, Chief Connz surrounded himself with musicians which gave birth to his style of music. The ‘City of Trap’ helped him develop his sound that contains a unique mixture of Hip-hop and R&B styles. Chief has numerous singles such as “Fuego”, “Booth Thang” and are currently on Apple Music, Spotify, and Tidal.
“ I like to describe my sound as “A T L A N T A.”
Chief Connz has his eye set on the prize with plans to collaborate with any major recording artists. The timing for those moments is right around the corner with plans to work with Lil Baby, Gunna, MoneyBagg Yo, just to name a few.“It is going to be the changing point for my career” says Connz.
“In the next three years, I see my self independently succeeding with my music satisfying a large amount of HipHop fans across the globe.”
Chief Connz’ forthcoming EP, “The Connz Lifestyle” will be hitting the streets soon. “Getcha popcorn ready. It’s movie time! Be ready for this Connz Movie,” he says. On this compilation, CC has created a unique sound for the streets with catchy bars over knocking 808’s.
Check out his new single “Exquisite” on all digital music platforms including Apple Music and Spotify.
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Born and raised in Mobile Alabama, Felecia Nichole Tunstall musically known as T Barz realized her gift of writing in 2009 when she started writing poems which turned into spoken word that she performed at local functions. Within the past five years, Barz has gotten more in tune with turning her spoken words into musical pieces. She is overall multi-talented with paid skills in acting and dancing with styles in Hip Hop and Lyrical.
T Barz is a triple threat with a strong work ethic. Her lyrics speak on her life experiences in music, hip-hop, love, personal struggles, and victories. Her message is both powerful and confident. This past fall, T Barz released her debut single, “Flexin” to great success topping the Rap/Hip-hop charts at #1 for (3) consecutive weeks.
“The moment I heard the track, I fell in love with the beat and immediately, I knew that I wanted to tell a story….a story that’s easy to follow“
“I was on Facebook one day and saw a post of a guy that mentioned, “women always crying when a guy does them wrong or cheat on them, just do it back!” & I was like hmmm, ok that’s my storyline….a woman playing the game right back instead of curling into a ball and crying,” “It’s a boss move that women rarely make or have the strength to do, so I made it happen in a song.“