Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Prince Amine Hram Vybez

Prince Amine is a urban/hip hop artist from Montreal. Born in Morocco, raised both in Spain and Canada by his African American dad.

On May 11, 2018 up and coming urban artist Prince Amine released his latest project "Hram Vybez". The album produced two lead singles "Fuego" and "P.M.N" (Prince of My Nation), which were both received well by his ever growing fan base.

In addition to his new release, Prince Amine shows no sign at slowing down, with a performance opportunity as an opening act for the Nigerian performer Mr. Eazi, one of the pioneers of the Banku music style when they appear together at Olympia de MontrĂ©al on June 30th.

Tuesday, May 8, 2018

E4T - How Can I Lose

E4T is in the house and they're blowing the roof off the joint with their first single, "How Can I Lose". This duo of youthful performers straight out of Brooklyn, NY, are ready to hit the stage, get out on the road, and make their way on up the radio charts. With talent like this, how can E4T lose?


With the help and support of the Pretty Money Records team, E4T has just emerged from the recording studio with a potential hit single in the can titled "How Can I Lose". Milly H and Sleepy Hoolie, who together make up the E4T lineup, started writing and performing while still only young teenagers. Through shared persistence and perseverance, and along with the guidance of Chalk and

Tuesday, May 1, 2018

Levi Moses Interview

Muzique Magazine. Where are you from? 
Levi. SACRAMENTO

Muzique Magazine. How did you come by your stage name? 
Levi. MY PARENTS GAVE ME IT, it’s my birth name.

Muzique Magazine. When did you start making music and taking it serious? 
Levi. I started making music at 14 and start taking it serious at 19.

Muzique Magazine. How do you feel about the present state of the music industry? 
Levi. I feel like the talent skill level is watered down and the art is taken less serious, not everybody but majority. 

Muzique Magazine. Who influenced you to become an artist/band? Why? 

Monday, April 30, 2018

Weeks Interview


HCM. Where are you from? 
Weeks. I am from Duval County better known as Jacksonville Florida

HCM. How did you come by your stage name?
Weeks. I've been a football player all my life and I always was called by my last name so it's only right since everybody call me by my government name anyway for it to be my last name!

HCM. When did you start making music and taking it serious?
Weeks. I started rapping around 20 years ago when I was a kid in my room with the handheld cassette recorder freestyling but I started taking it seriously around 12 years ago is when I actually started putting money behind myself!

HCM. Would you prefer to be independent or signed to a major?
Weeks. Being an independent artist currency wise will be the best auction but I think if your

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Darrell Kelley Sounds The Alarm With "Storm Is Coming"

Leave preconceptions and baggage behind to come aboard and take a spiritual journey with Darrell Kelley. Boston born Kelley is a man for all seasons. Labels like musician, spiritual leader, author and entrepreneur only scratch the surface of the talents Darrell possesses. Moving to Georgia he established the legendary Soul Delicious Grill and Buffet restaurant where well prepared meals are accompanied by the sweet sounds of R&B and Gospel music. His chronicle, "The Book of UWGEAM", is a summary of how through love, unity and respect a better way of life is accessible. Mr. Kelley also serves as the Pastor for The Temple of UWGEAM (an acronym for God of the universe God of the world God of all gods God of everything and God of anything including me). Yet, he still finds time to create, perform and record music. Darrell Kelley may be the epitome of a renaissance man.

"Storm Is Coming" is his newly released four song R&B/contemporary Gospel debut EP that pretty much acts as the linchpin this multitalented man uses to connect the dots of the multitude of activities