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Artist Name:Samsara
Song Name:Filthy Habit


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Comprised of local New Yorkers from Queens and Long Island:

Dylan Trif (Lead Vocals), Charlie LoMonaco (Guitar and BackGround Vocals), John Devito ( Bass), Ben Bustamante (Drums and Background Vocals), Brendan Sandhovel ( Bass, Rhythm Guitar)

Charlie, Ben and John began playing music together at an early age through a local music school. Years later they connected with Dylan and Brendan and formed what is now Samsara.

Growing up on all things music, Samsara draws influence from several styles including, grunge, blues, funk, metal and alternative.

The teens of Samsara write their own music and offer a sound that is far beyond their years. They impress both the young and older crowds with their new and fresh rock tunes. Their songs are current and great to sing along to with their catchy melodies and rocking beats.

Currently performing at clubs and music venues on the Long Island and New York City music scene, while also playing music venues in the tristate area. Follow SAMSARA on their social media to stay tuned to all upcoming gigs and lookout for their EP in the upcoming months.

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Who doesn’t like listening to music? Almost all humans like this one thing. And one of the most popular types of music is the Pop Rap genre.

This song is much in demand by people because it is easy-listening and easy to follow. The pop rap song that is in high demand in 2019 is 001 Best Album SPPR Music Symphonic Psychedelic Pop Rap.


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An unconventional weapon is blasting Music Industry: 001 BEST’s SPPR, Symphonic Psychedelic Pop Rap.

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Unconventional artist from L’Aquila, Italy.
Founder of SPPR Music:
Symphonic Psychedelic Pop Rap.
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An unconventional weapon is blasting Music Industry: 001 BEST’s SPPR, Symphonic Psychedelic Pop Rap.

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Popular Family UziMatic new music video


Artist & Page name title: UziMatic

UziMatic is an independent rapper coming from the Caribbean. UziMatic name comes from the ability to shoot and record fast in the studio and wasting no time. He is not a machine gun but a rap machine hence the name UziMatic. Born March 1st 1989 in Curaçao, UziMatic is a product of his environment and even though he is from a small island his big dream is worldwide success with music.”

UziMatic just released a new music video called Family from his EP 5Triple9. The track Family is a track close to his heart as he speaks about the love he has for his Family.

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Name: Jonah Melvon
Location: Oakland, CA

Name: Jonah Melvon
Location: Oakland, CA

Website: http://jonahmelvon.com
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Bio:
Over the generations, the San Francisco Bay Area has been breeding grounds for some of the most revolutionary music to ever be released. Dating way back to the futuristic funk of Sly & the Family Stoneall the way up to Too $hort, E-40 and Mack Dre, that cool Northern California flavor has consistently created the newest innovations in urban music.

Keeping true to the tradition of making classic material, Bay Area native son Jonah Melvon is initiating the most cutting-edge musical movement to emerge from the region in decades. With his spanking new album Rain Water Project and a whopping three new singles “What’s Good for You,” “1099” and “Thinkin of You,” this multi-talented rapper/singer/songwriter is rapidly rising to the top of the charts.

“My music is raw. It’s lyrical; it’s socially conscious. If I’m rhyming or singing, it has a lot of depth in it. It has some level of healing, some level of consciousness,” he explains. “My music is the Bay. The Bay lives in my music.”

Born in San Francisco to a mother who migrated from New Orleans and father from Chicago, Jonah moved to North Oakland with his family before he could barely walk and raised in a quiet, middle-class area known as Lake Merritt. And while his two-parent home was stable, the same couldn’t be said when he ventured away from home.

“I played sports, and sports took me everywhere. I was playing ball in places like East Oakland, and it was very scary,” he laughs. “A part of that was this area we used to call The Village, where I played baseball in a neighborhood that had crack houses behind me. So I’m 12 years old in left field, nervous if something was going to go down.”

He continued to play baseball and football all through high school and even played a season at a local junior college. He would not delve into music, however, until his sister and cousin convinced him. His sister Adesha was an aspiring singer who had made quite a name for herself locally and needed someone to produce some music for her.

So Jonah and his cousin lent her a hand and started producing tracks for her. He wouldn’t start making his own music, however, until a few years later when he was attending San Jose State University. He met a couple of guys who believed in his music and suggested he record his own sounds. Jonah took them up on the offer, and before he knew it, he had cultivated a local following. Before it was all said and done, Jonah had recorded eight demo CDs and made a hefty profit selling them hand to hand.

“My dreams were cultivated in Oakland. My discipline was cultivated in San Jose,” he reflects.

Riding the momentum of his popularity, he released his first full-album in 2009 called This Is the Year. To promote his music while earning some steady income, Jonah assembled a live band called So Timeless. And over the few years, they paid the bills by playing at local clubs, weddings, parties and anywhere else that would book them.

They played with the likes of R&B star Miguel, Goapele, Ledisi, T.I., EPMD, Black Eyed Peas and Heiro, just to name a few.

“You can make a living playing seven nights a week in the Bay,” says Jonah. “We got hired a lot, so we got lost in making money, which is a good problem to have. But I knew that I couldn’t continue doing cover tunes of other people’s music if I wanted to concentrate on my own branding.”

So Jonah stepped down from the band, started another company Left University and landed a job as a songwriter for a music label. But when he wrote a song that charted on Billboard, Jonah came to the boss and asked for either his publishing rights from his music or a bigger check upfront. When the boss declined his offer, Jonah jumped ship.

“Most people don’t want you to have equity in business,” he divulges. “Once I started asking about equity, there was a problem. Everybody was making money off me but me.”

Now with all of that behind him, Jonah Melvon can finally concentrate on building his own brand. With a charisma that cannot be defined, old school soul and a message mixed in with his mesmerizing melodies, his music draws people to him with a familiar flare that makes people fall in love with his smooth swag. And he puts his talents on full display with the recent release of full-length album Rain Water Project and three lead singles “What’s Good for You,” “1099”and “Thinkin of You.”

“I knew I had to do my own music when so many people kept coming up to me and asking, if I had any of my own original work,” Jonah explains. “This is what the people have asked for, which makes this process even more special.”

Nice Don’t You Dare! – Red Tan

Artist Name:Red Tan
Page Title:Red Tan-Don’t You Dare!

Red Tan-Don’t You Dare!

Being alone in an unfamiliar environment inspired me to write about my strength and confidence. I’m a young widow and single mom. Depression and anxiety hit me and has been a challenge, but putting it to writing (and singing) strengthened my coping skills. “Don’t You Dare!” aims to inspire everyone to use the challenges, failures, criticisms, rejections and even mental health setbacks as stepping stones to rise up and do more to achieve their goals. That’s exactly what I did and I thank these circumstances for helping me become a stronger and better person.

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