Monday, September 16, 2019

Willie J ft. Various Artists

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presents
Willie J ft. Various Artists




Genre
For All Genres

Location
United States

Label
Pure Mission Entertainment

Website
https://www.facebook.com/puremissionent/

Songwriter/Publisher
Willie J


“We Love You Puerto Rico”



Nearly two years after Hurricane Maria devastated the U.S. territory of Puerto Rico and other surrounding islands, the news crews have long moved on but the humanitarian crises endure. The reality is sobering, with more officially reported deaths than 9/11, a tripling of attempted suicides and the closing of 283 schools just the start of the ongoing toll. Keenly aware of the depth of the tragedy and determined to let the citizens of Puerto Rico know folks on the mainland still have their backs, St. Louis based singer, entertainer and producer Willie J has joined forces with Aaron Emig, his partner at Pure Mission Entertainment, to create and release the powerhouse anthem “We Love You Puerto Rico.”

Written by Willie and produced by him and his crew The Muzic Doctorz in conjunction with Emig, the track – recorded in St. Louis and Los Angeles - features alternating rap and vocal sections with a handful of dynamic guest artists from Willie’s stable, including 4-time Olympic boxing champ turned vocalist Arthur “Flash” Johnson, Arthur’s wife LaTanya Johnson, singer Jade, rapper Jazzy (Willie’s 13 year old daughter) and L.A. based vocal powerhouse Crystal Haywood.

Pure Mission Entertainment, whose founding philosophy is “Empowering People. Changing Lives. Creating Hope Through Arts and Entertainment,” is currently working on the production of an official video for “We Love You Puerto Rico” to raise funds for still struggling survivors of Maria.

Key lines from the song convey an array of heartfelt, impactful and ultimately uplifting emotions: “We can feel your pain while you’re drowning in the rain,” “So hold your head up high up to the sky, though you wonder why it’s gone, be alright in the morning,” “When you can’t stand tall, just take my hand, together we can stand.” The infectious, singalong hook goes, “We love you, we love you Puerto Rico, hold on, We love you, we love you, just be strong, don’t you let go!”

The song’s initial inspiration came from the poignant, well-reported local St. Louis story of high school student Dante Sepulveda, a Maria survivor whose mother sent him from Puerto Rico to live with distant relatives in Collinsville, IL (outside of East St. Louis).  “I was introduced to Dante by a member of our church,” Aaron Emig says.

“Long story short, he needed to graduate high school but the public school he had been attending since leaving Puerto Rico didn’t give him enough credits to graduate. The Bob Emig Foundation, which I founded in honor of my late father, paid for his tuition at the private Althoff Catholic High School, where he would earn enough to get his diploma. That day when I spoke to his mother Mabel, she said, ‘Thanks for taking care of my baby!’ At that moment, I replied, ‘We got your back, Puerto Rico.’ I called up Willie, told him the story and he took care of the rest.”

Willie J adds, “We had some meetings about it, and I and the Muzic Doctorz started writing and putting together all these great artists to musically convey, on a global scale, exactly what Aaron told Dante’s mom – that we’ve got their back and won’t let them down. I wanted an anthem-like ‘We are the World’ type feel to it and picked the best artists I know and work with to create solo spotlights that would seamlessly come together and create an undeniable chemistry that would help get our message across. We need to help more Dantes, and with this song and Pure Mission Entertainment, we have the right platform to do it. Coincidentally, I happened to lose three dear family members and a rock artist I knew during the time we were working on this song, which led me to connect even deeper with what we were saying. It was a beacon of light and hope for me as well.”

Willie J’s most recent singles success have been his hit single “Moving Up,” which climbed three global charts, two of which were spotlighted in the Top-20 DRT, peaking at #14; “Level Up,” which reached #7 on the DRT Independent chart; and “Sunshine with the Rain,” featuring Arthur “Flash” Johnson, that rose to #3 twice on the Euro Indie Top 200 chart. As with “We Love You Puerto Rico,” Willie J wrote “Sunshine with the Rain” in the hopes of empowering people and changing lives.”

Wednesday, September 11, 2019

HipHopPhilosophy.com Radio - 09-09-19 - Monday Night Fres... By A.C. The P.D. aka El Choppo

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Thursday, September 5, 2019

This week's most-successful SubmitHub submissions

Hello, here are this week's most-successful SubmitHub submissions. Clicking on any of these links will take you to a page where you can listen and contact the submitter.
Looking for songs from a specific genre? We've got RockElectronicUrban / R&BPop, and Other as well.
Cheers,
Jason

Friday, August 30, 2019

Joan Shelley just released Like The River Loves The Sea


Thursday, August 8, 2019

Jake Exavier



Jake Exavier is a bona fide, gifted singer/songwriter, the likes of which we haven't heard in a while. His style is best described as a throwback, old school vibe with an urban edge. Along with his skillful lyricism, Jake’s hooks and harmonies resonate with a diverse audience. Growing up in Zachary, Louisiana, Jake developed a love for music at an early age, and even as a young child, music has always been his top priority. Jake Exavier’s primary influences are Usher, Chris Brown and John Legend. His goal is to create music that people can FEEL. In 2014, at 16 years old, he performed and twice won first place at the Apollo Theater. Jake is currently working on new music and looking forward to using his sultry vocals to present fresh songs that everyone can relate to.

Jake Exavier's single summer release "Upside Down" style is best described as a throwback, old school vibe with an urban edge. Along with his skillful lyricism, The hook and harmonies resonate with a diverse audience.

Growing up in Zachary, Louisiana,  Jake is currently working on new music and looking forward to using his sultry vocals to present fresh songs that everyone can relate to."

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Sunday, July 7, 2019

Tysu





Taiwo Sule (Tysu) was born in Nigeria where he spent half of his adolescent age prior to moving to the neighboring, French speaking West African country, Republic of Benin. Tysu went to boarding school in which he found his love for performing.

Tysu was part of the performance team that on frequent occasions embarked on the 190 mile journey from the Republic to Lagos City representing his school in competitions in which he performed in French. He was known as the “School Cowboy.” Tysu moved to the U.S. in 2001 and finish high school at Colonia High School in New Jersey.

His love for entertainment he first saw in 2001 on VH1, BET and MTV inspired him and instilled his passion for the music industry, not knowing that X years later, these same platforms would be featuring his music.

Although Tysu’s passion is music, he was always working to fulfill that passion - From YMCA, a waiter and server at party functions, private tutoring to having his first million dollar real estate sale at only 21-years-old.

While he was working 9-5 and overtime jobs, he was also fulfilling his education first at Montclair State University for his undergraduate studies, then New Jersey Institute of Technology for graduate school - all while recording and crafting his vocals to be the artist he is today alongside his producer, Mr.Lab who has worked alongside Monica.

Tysu’s musical writing inspirations come from personal experiences and feelings, while his melodies come from his interaction with people. Tysu’s mind is constantly composing and he hopes to use his passion rhythms from dancing and his international music to create something no other artist has created before.
Taiwo Sule (Tysu) was born in Nigeria where he spent half of his adolescent age prior to moving to the neighboring, French speaking West African country, Republic of Benin. Tysu went to boarding school in which he found his love for performing.

 Tysu was part of the performance team that on frequent occasions embarked on the 190 mile journey from the Republic to Lagos City representing his school in competitions in which he performed in French. He was known as the “School Cowboy.” Tysu moved to the U.S. in 2001 and finish high school at Colonia High School in New Jersey.

 His love for entertainment he first saw in 2001 on VH1, BET and MTV inspired him and instilled his passion for the music industry, not knowing that X years later, these same platforms would be featuring his music.

 Although Tysu’s passion is music, he was always working to fulfill that passion - From YMCA, a waiter and server at party functions, private tutoring to having his first million dollar real estate sale at only 21-years-old.

 While he was working 9-5 and overtime jobs, he was also fulfilling his education first at Montclair State University for his undergraduate studies, then New Jersey Institute of Technology for graduate school - all while recording and crafting his vocals to be the artist he is today alongside his producer, Mr.Lab who has worked alongside Monica.

 Tysu’s musical writing inspirations come from personal experiences and feelings, while his melodies come from his interaction with people. Tysu’s mind is constantly composing and he hopes to use his passion rhythms from dancing and his international music to create something no other artist has created before.




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