Thu, 30 July 2015
Direct download: 7.30.2015_QSJ_Radios_Virallife__Timothy_Rhyme_TimothyRhyme_.mp3
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Tue, 28 July 2015
Sheldon Smith more popularly known for his stage name ‘iMaaki’ was born in the parish of St Thomas on the 7th day of December in the year 1991. He was raised in a small town called Font Hill with his mother and younger sister. He attended the Font Hill Basic School then on to Font Hill Primary School where he then graduated to Seaforth High School in the same parish. iMaaki started writing in high school at the age of 14 but recorded his first song at age 15 just before he graduated. He continued his journey towards achieving his goal to become an international recording artiste.
Direct download: 7.28.2015_QSJ_Radio_Virallife__Interview_with_Imaaki_DMS.mp3
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Thu, 23 July 2015
First self fund tour with 12 unsigned artist from 12 different record labels and four different states. This was shot also for a reality show that is being pitched to networks now.
Videos of tour https://www.youtube.com/
Queen City Awards
This was the FIRST Independent awards show in the Carolinas for unsigned talent ! Many celebrities attend the show as well (Fantasia,Anthony Hamilton, Cam Newton,Kemba Walker, Micheal Blackston, Calvin Richardson, Freeway, Grand Hustle and more)
For the past five (9) years, The Queen City Awards were solely financed by myself, my friends, and my family. We wanted to take our time, build a successful event in order to prove to the city that The Queen City Awards where legitimate and here to stay. Our hard work, sacrifice and dedication paid off this year when we received a proclamation from Mayor Anthony Foxx and the City of Charlotte making Saturday, December 8, 2012, “Queen City Awards Day.”
Facebook: two pages click links - click here also click here
Next Big Teen
Next Big Teen goal is to provide teenagers with a constructive outlet in which to showcase their talent in a positive environment in order for them to learn important lessons in work, personal, and educational ethics while striving to succeed. This is the perfect opportunity to use a talent in order to better ones self in many aspects of becoming an adult. Establishing values and self esteem while receiving positive, useful, and unbiased feedback will ensure that those who participated will leave enlightened in multiple aspects. We honestly believe our children are our near future but our teenagers are our tomorrow. We are looking for the next big thing in show biz. Upon entering this event you will have the chance to meet the “Big Heads” of the industry. If you want your god given talent to truly shine, this is the place to make that happen! Teenage stars are rising to fame every day. They are no different from any other teen with talent except the fact they had an avenue in which to be seen. The “Next Big Teen” is your avenue. The only question is, do you have what it takes to be the “Next Big Teen”?
Direct download: 7.23.2015_QSJ_Radio_ViralLife__Kevan_Glover_theKonnected_.mp3
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Tue, 21 July 2015
Direct download: 7.21.2015_QSJ_Radio_ViralLife__M16_The_Great_m16thegreat_.mp3
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Thu, 16 July 2015
Co Hosted By Alexander
Tune In: http://tunein.com/radio/
Direct download: 7.16.2015_QSJ_Radio_ViralLife__Interview_Kooleidoscope.mp3
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Tue, 7 July 2015
In the mid-2000’s Joey Atilano was a young, up and coming rapper from Ontario, California using the stage name of 60 East. Having gotten into the Hip Hop culture and taking music seriously from the age of nine as a result of the idolising of his older brother and the group of friends his sibling surrounded himself with, the ambitious dreams of 60 East were put on hiatus momentarily after the main artist attached to his brothers label was murdered.
Dropping out of high school, Joey worked in construction as he tried desperately to make as much money as he could, simply to live off of. Soon enough, his desire and natural talent to make music became impossible to surpress. Upon a reunion with a few of his brother’s old friends, 60 East earned a bittersweet urge to jump back into the music thousands have come to love and respect, after losing his father to cancer in 2010.
Direct download: 7.7.2015_QSJ_RADIOs__ViralLife__Interview_60_EAST_60EastFD_.mp3
Category:QSJ Radio Interviews -- posted at: 8:39pm EST