SOM Talk Live

SOM Talk Live

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SOM Talk Live is the new podcast by SOM Magazine founder and owner Rueben Wood.

Episodes

Problem | Talks Unheard Music With Kendrick Lamar, Chachiville, New Music & More!  

Problem kicked off 2017 giving his fans a new mixtape (Chachiville) and one-stop online shop for videos, music, lyrics, merchandise and more (www.chachiville.com). The Compton rapper continues to keep all eyes on him as he drops his official video for “My Squad.”This year Problem’s hit single “My Squad” became the LA Rams team anthem; along with so many other squads across the nation so he called on Todd Gurley and other #Ramly to be part of his official video for the track. His snapchat-story inspired visual takes you through a day in the life as Problem pops up on different squads all over the city. Problem’s new mixtape Chachiville is out now and fans can enjoy videos, lyrics, mixtape music and more on Chachiville.com.In 2008 Problem and his cousin founded Diamond Lane Music Group. Then in 2009 he signed an unsuccessful two-single major tag contract with Universal. However his breakout moment would exist when he was featured on top of E-40’s single “Function” down with YGand Iamsu!. Since that time Problem has worked with the various artists such as Jamie Foxx, Game, Kendrick Lamar, Bobby V, 9th Wonder, Chris Brown, Wiz Khalifa, Nipsey Hussle, Burrow G, Childish Gambino, Pharrell Williams, Jim Jones, Travis Barker, and John Legend among numerous others. Over his career Problem has free seven mixtapes. On February 13, 2013, Problem free a two-way mixtape with Iamsu! aristocratic Million Dollar Afro with guest appearances from Juvenile, Too Short and Omarion.Stay social with Problem on Twitter, Instagram and SnapChat @Problem354

J'Lyn Furby | Talks SoopaFitt,  American Kinetics LLC, & The Music Business!  

American Kinetics established SoopaFitt Health and Wellness as a 21st century public engagement scope of work that makes available health and obesity prevention strategies to the global community. As communicated by the center for disease control obesity is preventable. Additionally the center defines obesity as an act of over consuming power that causes debilitating consequences to individuals, families, groups, organizations, communities and cultures of society. The center also measures the impact of obesity as economic, social, personal and medical costs. It is within the context that obesity is preventable that stakeholders have created, designed and established SoopaFitt Health and Wellness.www.AmericanKineticsLLC.comwww.SoopaFitt.comJLYN@AMERICANKINETICSLLC.COM

Jlyn Furby | Talks Soopa Fit, AMerican Kinetics LLC, & The Music Business!  

American Kinetics LLC is a full service Minority Female, Veteran owned, Marketing, Media and Public Relations shop able to provide you with all the tools to meet and exceed your public relations, entertainment and media/marketing expectations. Our designed approaches are strategic and very specific, targeted and tangible. We believe that public relations and marketing are pointless unless they’re geared toward helping you develop your business, your brand, make you money and attract the right people. We provide a detailed approach to meet the need of each specific client. Often research is a must in order to chart an effective path against a competitor or narrow down to a truly effective approach and message.Rest assured, that our approach in media, marketing, entertainment and public relations is detailed in the art and science of marketing and media/public relations. Approaching our strategies with holistic efforts, our capabilities run wide and deep. We know how to create dynamic and multi-disciplined campaigns that hit their targets and get you moving in the right direction.

Christina Milian | Talks New Music, Jet Smarter, & More!  

Milian is formally known for her role as the social media correspondent for the hit NBC show“The Voice”, was most recently on ABC’s smash “Dancing with the Stars”. Milian also starredalongside John Stamos on FOX’s “Grandfathered” and premiered season two of her hit E! Network’s docu-series “Christina Milian Turned Up”.Christina has an extensive acting resume, recently adding “Dora and Friends: Into the City” as the voice of the mermaid ‘la Sirena Mala’. In addition, catch her on Hulu’s season three of “East Los High”. You may also recognize her for her roles in feature film “Baggage Claim”, the television movie “Christmas Cupid”, CBS shows “A Gifted Man” and “CSI” and recurs as the voice of Esther on “Family Guy.” Milian also starred in the last installment of the popular “Bring It On” franchise in “Bring It On: Fight to the Finish.”Prior to that, Milian’s feature-film credits include “Pulse” opposite Kristen Bell, “Be Cool,” alongside John Travolta, Uma Thurman and Vince Vaughn, “Man of the House” with Tommy Lee Jones, “Love Don’t Cost a Thing,” a remake of the classic comedy “Can’t Buy Me Love,” and the action-thriller “Torque,” opposite Ice Cube and Jay Hernandez.Born in New Jersey and raised in Waldorf, Maryland, Milian – who is of Cuban descent – knew show business was for her immediately. At a young age, Milian became a junior journalist on the Disney Channel’s “Movie Surfers.” Before igniting her musical journey, she appeared as a guest on several TV shows, such as “Clueless,” “Sister, Sister,” “Smart Guy,” “Charmed,” “The Steve Harvey Show” and as a recurring character on “Get Real.”

Tiffany Foxx | Talks Lil Kim, Goal Diggers, & St. Louis!  

Tiffany Foxx(born November 27, 1985) is an American recording artist. Born inSt. Louis,Missouri, Foxx first garnered recognition in 2005 after appearing onSnoop Dogg's compilation albumWelcome to tha Chuuch: Da Album. In 2010, she formed a hip hop groupJune 5th. They released the mixtapeHERstorybefore Foxx decided to pursue her solo career.In 2012, rapperLil' Kimsigned Foxx to her record labelInternational Rock Star Records. Since then she has released three mixtapes,Yellow Tape,Goal DiggersandKing Foxx. She also stars in theVH1reality showLove & Hip Hop: Atlanta.June 5was afemalerapgroup fromSt. Louis,Missouriformed in 2009 signed under Mizay Entertainment that included (in addition to Foxx) such as Scar Ladon, and Brooke Holladay. The group came about when all three girls met on June 5, 2009.Tiffany stated “When we first came together we met because we were all in the business, So we joined forces on June 5th and became the group June 5th.”  On March 24, 2010, June 5 released their first mixtape called,HERstory.In 2012, rapperLil' Kimsigned Tiffany Foxx to her label,International Rock Star Records. Together, the two have released two songs, "Twisted" and "Jay-Z," both of which have accompanying music videos. In the music video for "Twisted",Miley Cyrussupported her friendsLil'Kimand Foxx by appearing in the music video.On October 15, 2013 Tiffany Foxx appeared on theBET Hip Hop AwardsBET cypher. On Christmas Day, Foxx revealed artwork for her upcoming mixtape titled "King Foxx" which is set to be released on Valentine's Day. Tiffany Fox will join the cast of VH1'sLove & Hip Hop: Atlanta, which premieres on April 20, 2015.

Dr. Dre's Son | Curtis Young Tells How He Met His Dad  

When you're the son of a legendary rapper/producer and one of the forefathers of Rap music, who has been celebrated and respected in his field for more than 20 years, it's natural that you want to follow in his footsteps.Dr. Dre, born Andre Romell Young, has paved the way for artists not only from the West Coast, but all over the country. The Hip-Hop icon found something that works, something that fulfills him and something that proves to be important to the world. Curtis Young, son of super producer Dr. Dre, is ready to continue his father's legacy because it is not only a desire, it is his destiny."My world became complete when I finally met my father at the age of 21. I am extremely grateful for my father paving the road for me and many other artists. I feel privileged to have the opportunity to take over a legacy. As a producer, my father has set extremely high standards to existing and upcoming producers all over the globe but my hard and dedicated work will show everyone that I deserve the name Young," says the aspiring rapper/producer.Born in Paramount, California, Curtis Young and his mother moved to the city of Compton when he was an adolescent attending elementary school. He grew up in the streets of Compton with dreams of becoming a rap artist. Following on his father's path, Young established his own independent label, So Hood Records, and immediately acquired several talented newcomers to its growing roster. Now under the title of his new venture, Young Entertainment Inc., Young has added engineering and production to long list of skills."People can expect a new trendy look from me. I represent a new era of positive feel good music for the West Coast -- I am a new generation of Left Coast artists who can not only rap but produce as well. In the future, my company Young Entertainment Inc, will set high standards and create another element for the Hip-Hop world so get familiar!"With the release of a few local mixtapes, including "The Autopsy Mixtape", "Family Tree Vol. 1 and Vol. 2", "Son Of A Doctor", and "Billionaire Dreams", Young has generated a heavy buzz that has the streets anticipating the summer release of his debut album, "Product Of My DNA.""For my debut album, you can expect to learn about the making of Curtis Young. The story of actually becoming a product of society. People can expect to hear the true meaning of 'Product Of My DNA' that will let people know who Curtis Young is and how I learned about my father, Dr. Dre."

Charli Baltimore | Talks The Notorious B.I.G.'s creating Life After Death, Relationship With Murder Inc, & More!  

Baltimore metThe Notorious B.I.G.in the summer of 1995, and they became involved in a romantic relationship. B.I.G. introduced her to Lance "Un" Rivera, who signed her andCam'ronto his new label, Untertainment. She made her first appearance in the music industry in 1995 withJunior M.A.F.I.A.'s "Get Money" playing The Notorious B.I.G's then wifeFaith Evans. Her first video was in 1998 with the hit "Money" featured on theWoomovie soundtrack.With collaborators such as Cam'ron andN.O.R.E., Baltimore recorded her debut albumCold as Icewhich featured tracks like "Money", "Pimp Da 1 U Love", "N.B.C." and "Stand Up".After being delayed several times due to friction between Baltimore and the label,Cold as Icewas eventually released promotionally in 1999 (it was not actually made available to the general public until 2009, for digital download). After a five-year hiatus, she was signed toMurder Inc. Records(later renamed The Inc. Records) by CEOIrv Gotti. After constant album delays, she left the label. In 2006 she became affiliated withThe GameandThe Black Wall Street RecordsShe was never signed to the label but appeared on mixtapes with the rest of the Black Wall Street dissing50 Centand hisG-Unit.Baltimore has made appearances in songs such as "Down 4 U", "We Still Don't Give A F**k", and "No One Does It Better" from Irv Gotti Presents The Inc, Ja Rule tracks "Down Ass Bitch" and "The Last Temptation", the Christina Milian track "Spending Time" and Ashanti's "Rain On Me" (remix). In 2003, she earned aGrammy Awardnomination for Best Female Rap Solo Performance, for her single "Diary".I

Dr. Dre's Son | Curtis Young Tells How He Met His Dad  

When you're the son of a legendary rapper/producer and one of the forefathers of Rap music, who has been celebrated and respected in his field for more than 20 years, it's natural that you want to follow in his footsteps.Dr. Dre, born Andre Romell Young, has paved the way for artists not only from the West Coast, but all over the country. The Hip-Hop icon found something that works, something that fulfills him and something that proves to be important to the world. Curtis Young, son of super producer Dr. Dre, is ready to continue his father's legacy because it is not only a desire, it is his destiny."My world became complete when I finally met my father at the age of 21. I am extremely grateful for my father paving the road for me and many other artists. I feel privileged to have the opportunity to take over a legacy. As a producer, my father has set extremely high standards to existing and upcoming producers all over the globe but my hard and dedicated work will show everyone that I deserve the name Young," says the aspiring rapper/producer.Born in Paramount, California, Curtis Young and his mother moved to the city of Compton when he was an adolescent attending elementary school. He grew up in the streets of Compton with dreams of becoming a rap artist. Following on his father's path, Young established his own independent label, So Hood Records, and immediately acquired several talented newcomers to its growing roster. Now under the title of his new venture, Young Entertainment Inc., Young has added engineering and production to long list of skills."People can expect a new trendy look from me. I represent a new era of positive feel good music for the West Coast -- I am a new generation of Left Coast artists who can not only rap but produce as well. In the future, my company Young Entertainment Inc, will set high standards and create another element for the Hip-Hop world so get familiar!"With the release of a few local mixtapes, including "The Autopsy Mixtape", "Family Tree Vol. 1 and Vol. 2", "Son Of A Doctor", and "Billionaire Dreams", Young has generated a heavy buzz that has the streets anticipating the summer release of his debut album, "Product Of My DNA.""For my debut album, you can expect to learn about the making of Curtis Young. The story of actually becoming a product of society. People can expect to hear the true meaning of 'Product Of My DNA' that will let people know who Curtis Young is and how I learned about my father, Dr. Dre."

Charli Baltimore | Talks The Notorious B.I.G.'s creating Life After Death, Relationship With Murder Inc, & More!  

Baltimore metThe Notorious B.I.G.in the summer of 1995, and they became involved in a romantic relationship. B.I.G. introduced her to Lance "Un" Rivera, who signed her andCam'ronto his new label, Untertainment. She made her first appearance in the music industry in 1995 withJunior M.A.F.I.A.'s "Get Money" playing The Notorious B.I.G's then wifeFaith Evans. Her first video was in 1998 with the hit "Money" featured on theWoomovie soundtrack.With collaborators such as Cam'ron andN.O.R.E., Baltimore recorded her debut albumCold as Icewhich featured tracks like "Money", "Pimp Da 1 U Love", "N.B.C." and "Stand Up".After being delayed several times due to friction between Baltimore and the label,Cold as Icewas eventually released promotionally in 1999 (it was not actually made available to the general public until 2009, for digital download). After a five-year hiatus, she was signed toMurder Inc. Records(later renamed The Inc. Records) by CEOIrv Gotti. After constant album delays, she left the label. In 2006 she became affiliated withThe GameandThe Black Wall Street RecordsShe was never signed to the label but appeared on mixtapes with the rest of the Black Wall Street dissing50 Centand hisG-Unit.Baltimore has made appearances in songs such as "Down 4 U", "We Still Don't Give A F**k", and "No One Does It Better" from Irv Gotti Presents The Inc, Ja Rule tracks "Down Ass Bitch" and "The Last Temptation", the Christina Milian track "Spending Time" and Ashanti's "Rain On Me" (remix). In 2003, she earned aGrammy Awardnomination for Best Female Rap Solo Performance, for her single "Diary".I

DJ Luke Nasty | Talks New Music, Success, & More!  

Rueben Wood interviews Dj Luke Nasty on his new ep and success of his records. After the release of his certified Gold hit “Might Be” last year, Luke’s newest single “OTW” is on track to deliver the same accolade. The single broke top 10 at Urban mainstream radio with the video receiving more than 2M views so far and counting.Now, Luke is opening the doors to ‘Boom Boom Room,’ his newest EP that dropped today.According to Luke, the project is meant to provide hope. In fact, that’s precisely what inspired the effort’s Boom Boom Room title.“One of my favorite movies is Life starring Eddie Murphy and Martin Lawrence,” says Luke. “Eddie had this idea of this club called the Boom Boom Room and it was just his thing that kept him going. It was a dream. What really got inspiring was him telling people about it gave them hope. That’s what I hope my music and movement does,”said Luke.

Zonnique & QT Jazz | Talks New Music, Careers, & More!  

Zonnique Pullins was apart of popular female group OMG Girlz. Originally starting her early music days in group QT Possie with life long friend QT Jazz, Zonnique is now focusing her own solo career. She has recently released a slew of new singles, "Nun For Free", "Cool Kids", and more! Giving details on family, music, and more Zonnique gives you an inside look at her life!Jasmine Robinson was born October 9, 1995, originally from Georgia. Growing up in the Atlanta, Ga. area to her parents. One of her parents actually being in the music business herself, along with her older brother.From the time she was first able to speak, multi-talented artist QT Jazz (Jasmine Robinson) was destined for stardom. Her singing and dancing gifts were evident even as a toddler, and it was soon evident that she was right at home in front of the camera. Bringing her career to new heights, QT Jazz has spent most of her young life in the spotlight. Beginning at age 4, when she appeared in a Volvo commercial, QT Jazz quickly made a name for herself with her acting and singing talents.

J-Hen | Talks New Single "On To The Next", & New Deal!  

"On To The Next", is the R&B/Pop singers latest hit, giving an ode to the new cuffing season underway. The artist has a lot going for himself with new music, working out of Birdman's studio in Miami, and a new album on the way very soon! The new record embodies, a relationship going left after a series of events take place leading up to a heartbroken free person. Similar to a anthem for the newly single, Hen may have given Beyonce a run for her money!J-Hen Details his signing with The Orchard and Sony Music Entertainment for Distribution, and what it was like making "On To The Next" for him in the exclusive interview with SOM Talk Live. The record has become a sensation locally and abroad with several chart topping singles and now a couple of Grammy considerations that have helped this act go from indie to indie-major!J-Hen eases listeners into the sensual and hot soulful grooves that will without fail arouse in audiences the sultry images the R&B singer has provided in his vocals. The Dallas-based artist has concocted fully-fledged R&B/HipHop and Pop hits that with contagious hooks and playful lyrics will stay etched in the listener's mind long after the tracks have stopped spinning. With a soulful suavity, the slow, smooth flow of his songs and the fast hyped dance tones will have clubbers gravitating to the dance floors. Listeners will definitely be pulled in by J-Hen's track's sassy style and tenacious lyrics.  Also, along with those tracks J-Hen introduces you to his music videos where he invites his listening audience into a realm where his visuals tell stories that will resonate with the core of your soul.

Rampage | Talks Remington Steel, New Cartoon Series, &  Smackdown Tour With Rah Digga!  

Rueben Wood interviews Brooklyn native, Rampage. Rampage is back with the release of his highly anticipated, Mixtape "Remington Steele, The Payback" set for release 11/05/2016 and the soundtrack to his upcoming Cartoon Series. Rampage has also launched a new station and music group titled The Heat.Earlier in the year he released the hot new club banger, "Pound Cake" with production by multi-platinum super producer, Felony Muzik.

Empire I | Talks New Music, Her Roots, & Reggae Influence!  

Empire I(true nameMiriam Moufide, also stage-namedThe Gangstress) is a singer, songwriter and social activist based in Kingston, Jamaica. Her musical style has been described as a blend of dancehall, reggae, hip hop, pop and World music. She is signed to Monumental Records and distributed by Universal Music Group.Moufide, having taken the stage nameEmpire I, began making music while traveling in Jamaica, working with the legendary Jamaican musicians Dean Fraser and Chinna Smith, as well as Miami-based producers The Iconz. She recorded her debut album “Empress Gangstress” in part at Bob Marley's legendary Tuff Gong Studios in Kingston. It featured reggae singers Bushman and Half Pint. Empire I has played in over 20 different countries, including Brazil, Panama, Colombia, Venezuela, Senegal and Canada and the American festivals SXSW and CMJ.On her more recent albums, Empire I has worked and recorded with world-renowned producers like Prayon and Kovas. As well as songwriting for Empire ISIS, she also writes under the name Miriam Moufide for other musicians and is published by Cherry Lane Music and pigFACTORY Music.In June 2011, Empire I was voted into the "Wall of Fame" at the Montreal Hip Hop Summit and is now featured in the Montreal deck of "Legend Of The Fame" hip hop trading cards.In 2012, Empire I relocated to Jamaica where she has been touring and recording, collaborating with a variety of producers including Truckback, J.Hennessy, Sam Diggy, Frassman Brilli and Rebel Camp Entertainment.In 2016 Moufide changed her stage name to Empire I following issues with public confusion with the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant frequently referred to in the media as "ISIS".

KLFTN | Talks Drake Before Fame, Battle Of The Beat Makers, & Boi-1da  

Hip Hop is no stranger to Canada’s groundbreaking and premier production competition known as “Battle of the Beat Makers,” which has birthed some of today’s hottest producers in the industry. What some people may not know is the man and innovator behind this legendary come up, Clifton Reddick, known as “KLFTN” in the industry.Now, the originator of the iconic movement has announced today the release of ‘Toronto Sound,’ a memoir devoted to the city’s rising producers."Drake's primary producer, Noah "40" Shebib, was quoted as saying that the Toronto Sound began with Boi-1da, and Boi-1da was discovered at Battle of the Beat Makers (BBM), so essentially without BBM there would be no Toronto Sound. We are the foundation of everything major that has come out of Toronto since 2005. This memoir will paint the picture of exactly how it all went down,”says book author KLFTN.As a cultural ambassador of Canadian Hip-Hop, KLFTN details the role that his famous Battle of the Beat Makers competition played in assisting in the development of careers of familiar artists like Drake,Boi-1da and T-Minus, while exposing us to a litany of other rappers and producers who have helped to establish Toronto's Hip-Hop scene over thecourse of three decades.

A3C Edition: Master P, Too Short, Beanie Sigel Vs. Charlamagne, & A 90s Mix!  

Master P talks about the origins of No Limit Records, the business side of hip-hop, hustle and the next phase of No Limit. This years A3C music festival gave a lot of insight into the digital age and how it is beneficial for up and coming artist and indie labels. Also the marketability of other ways of revenue. With a strong focus on being consistent in the ever changing music industry, artist, managers, and label owners can take a lot from this interview with industry vet Master P.The 2016 A3C Conference saw two music legends dropping jewels on not just their own careers, but also the business of music. Hundreds gathered as Master P spoke with music critics Maurice Garland and Branden Peters during the special A3C Conversation aptly titled, "There Is No Limit."On a perfect fall day in Atlanta, the 2016 A3C Festival brought the best in old-school and new school talent together for one of the most highly anticipated stages at this year's festival."1996 Presented by Mass Appeal" featured a performances by Redman, Bun B, Too $hort and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, who all released groundbreaking albums in 1996. Between performances, DJ Kid Capri, Diamond D and more took turns entertaining the crowd alongside host Dres Tha Beatnik.The ATLiens Tribute, lead by Outkast's own Mr. DJ featured Nappy Roots, Ras Kass and buzzworthy newcomers including Deante Hitchcock, Scotty ATL, Nick Grant, Forte Bowie, Kelechi, Nick Grant, Goldyard and more performing the classic Outkast album in its entirety.For full media content and photos visit:A3C

Pharaoh Reigns | Talks Karlie Redd, Charting On Billboard & More!  

Rueben Wood interviews Pharaoh Reigns in new epidsode of SOM Talk Live. Atlanta’s rising Pop and EDM star, Pharaoh has quickly become the artist to watch in 2016.  Pharaoh’s music bares familiarity to a few billboard classic hits. His music is a unique blend and mixture, reminiscent of Nelly, Chris Brown and T-Pain.  Pharaoh’s unique organic sound is comprised of EDM and Electro Urban Pop.Instead of trying to fit into the boxes created by the music industry, the vocalist and phenomenal dancer has curated his own category and is shining beautifully in his authenticity.Since beginning the chase of his musical dreams in 2004, Pharaoh has performed at the Apollo and been a contestant on American Idol and Making of the Band.  Since then Pharaoh has worked diligently across the country performing to elevate his presence, touch the community and give fans a reason to simply feel good about themselves and life—which is rare to find these days.  Inspired by his idol, Michael Jackson, Pharaoh wants to continue in the positive precedence set by the king of pop. “The music I create is inspiring for all ages.  It has a feel-good positive vibe that keeps fans moving on their, feet.  It’s fun and energetic somewhat similar to Will Smith,” explained Pharaoh.

Hoopz | Talks Reality TV, Police Brutality, & More  

Rueben Wood interviews Hoopz for the latest episode of SOM Talk Live. When Nicole isn't spending time at the stables with her horses, around her Knoxville, Tennessee home, swimming at the quarry, tubing at a lake or any number of the joys that country living affords her, the multi-talented entertainer is booked for appearances and media outlets across the U.S. and abroad.The thriving entrepreneur has a number of exciting initiatives in the works. Trea Day is proud to support the upcoming launch of "Survival of the Fittest"; Alexander's puzzle-platform adventure mobile app game. Also slated for a Fall 2016 release is theNicole Alexander Signature Winesline of fine Champagne and red wines. In addition to developing these projects, Nicole stars in several movies and TV shows and cut her production chops onIt Takes a Sister. The New York Film Academy [Los Angeles] graduate is currently sharpening her directing skills on a compelling documentary about a modern day spiritual guru and budding music mogul who made an inspiring comeback from a five-year stint as an "America's Most Wanted" fugitive.

Ca$h Out | Talks getting into the music industry, Giving Epic Records Their First Platinum Plaque & More.  

Ca$h Out is an emcee born in Columbus, Georgia and raised in Atlanta, which he represents to the fullest. Since stepping foot in the game in 2011 and being discovered / signed by Epic Records label head L.A. Reid, he's released three mixtapes (It's My Time, Keisha and Ya Feel Me), having collaborated with the likes of Fabolous, Young Jeezy, Wale, Roscoe Dash, Akon, Yo Gotti, Future and more. His debut single, 2012's "Cashin' Out", has been remixed by Krayzie Bone, Da Brat, Bow Wow, C-Command, Chief Keef and many more. The last we heard of him was the January 2013 single "Mexico", produced by DJ Montay. He's currently working on his debut studio album, titled Patience, which is slated to drop in 2014.Ca$h Out recently dropped a new single with Atlanta rapper Dae Dae.

Spantaneeus | Talks Remembering pac, PLM, and "All Eyes On Me" movie!  

Spantaneeus aka: Span,Xtasty,Spantaneeus Xtasty started in the entertainment industry at the tender age of 5 yrs old starring in plays & print work modeling for children! As time went on at the age of 12 yrs old she became a fashion model in,Madrid Spain,at that tender age she looked more as an Adult then a 12 yr old with a very exotic look that many modeling agencies was seeking for! She would always keep up with her education & grades in school & during the summer she would be overseas modeling in the summer! Later she started to get into playing drums & music. She started her own band as a drummer doing gigs for a lot of colleges from east coast to west coast! She also was dancing & appearing in music video's for Rap Artist's for Ruffhouse Records & lots of people wanted to always see her as lead vocals for her band,so she started to go into the studio & start working on her rap vocals! She would be in the studio 8-10 hours per day practicing her vocals to perfection! Spantaneeus then started to get on tours opening up for, Chubb Rock & Mc Lyte Big Daddy Kane, Bizzy Bone from Bone Thugz & Harmony after that everyone started to talk about who was the female who shut the shows down,lyrically then every number 1 rap artist wanted,Spantaneeus to open up for them! So she end,up opening up for the Flavor Unit Tour with Queen Latifah,Blacksheep, Das Efx, Naughty By Nature, Apache,& Brothers of the Blackmarket from Select Records! After that tour she performed at the Jack The Rapper Convention in Atlanta,Ga then she got signed with Ichiban Records in Atlanta,Ga While being in Atlanta,Ga Tupac Shakur wanted to meet her,everyone was hearing about the female who was shutting down the stage! Tupac & Spantaneeus became best friends,then a romantic relationship then later he became her manager & signed her to his company,Thugz Mansion Management,as his only Female,artist under his,company! Spantaneeus was the 1st female rap artist signed to Ichiban Records who had other Artist's such as Curtis Mayfield & Mc Breed! Spantaneeus was signed with Ichiban Records for 5yrs but she got out of The contract because release dates for her album kept,changing! Throughout her career people always felt that she had the look to be a famous playboy movie star, someone she knew sent her photo to a major multi-million dollar playboy company in Hollywood,Ca! That company loved her look & they flew her to Cali & signed her under a contract,so Spantaneeus Xtasty the playboy movie star was created! So when Spantaneeus arrived to,Hollywood, a new star was born in 1995! Spantaneeus done 352 movies,won 9 Awards in The Adult Entertainment Industry! Spantaneeus is in the Hall of Fame,twice 2011 & 2012 at the UrbanXAwards in, Hollywood,Ca & The Players Hall of Fame in 2001 in New York City! Spantaneeus also received a LifeTime Achievement Award at The Music Global Award Show held in Philadelphia at the Africano TV Red Carpet Awards 2010! Spantaneeus movies sold 20 million globally & still selling today! She is now the,CEO for a major music company in Philadelphia & New York City called, Pleasure Life Music Publishing Inc.! With Artist's that she manages from,Philly & Nyc & also herself being a music artist,model & celebrity which she has crossed over to mainstream very successfully! Spantaneeus is the Most Followed on Twitter who has retired,from being a playboy movie star of a woman of color! Spantaneeus has been on the covers of,every playboy magazine in the industry! She has toured the world,USA from Japan, Germany,Spain,Canada,etc.......with sold out shows & in-store signings! She has done,show events for,"Make a Wish Foundation for Kids", worked with politicians & the Mayor of her city of Philadelphia! Spantaneeus also does lots of positive things to help the,homeless,churches & children of her city & The world! In 1997 Spantaneeus also appeared in the movie,Freeway with Brooke Shields that was in movie theatre's,HBO,Cinemax,& many other cable channels! Many people seen her on E Channel on the Howard Stern Show,that showed repeats many times!

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