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  • Who is LeeLeeStylz?

    LeeLeeStylz - A singer/songwriter/rapper from Nashville, TN; She is well known within the Underground community, and she's finally back from her hiatus. Possessing a genuinely unique voice, a consistent flow, and a strong vocal-range that allows her to both sing or rap; her versatility is a rarity.  

    It's safe to say she has not only the raw-talent, but experience, understanding, and detailed knowledge of the industry already. She has been singing and writing songs since she was a small child, but she began rapping when she was a teenager. Over the years, Lee Lee has networked with a notable amount of well-respected people in the music industry, building her fanbase - not only in her city - but across the nation, while gaining a number of fans in other countries as well.

    • She was awarded Best R&B Female at the 2012 Hip Hop in the Ville Awards in Nashville.
    • She has been featured on songs with well-known artists such as Jelly Roll, Struggle, Rittz, Bubba Sparxxx, Lil Wyte, I4NI, Jones Ave, Dusty Leigh, Haystak and more.
    • She has released a music video titled "Don't Care What They Say" with High Rolla that has over 500,000 hits. Check it out - [Click here]

    LeeLeeStylz has extensively collaborated with other artists' throughout her career, in fact, you've probably heard her on projects in the past without even knowing it was her. Look for that to change with her upcoming album. Until then, be on the lookout for snippets, a single, and potentially some merchandise.

    P.S. Despite the many obstacles she has faced over recent years, Ms. LeeLeeStylz is currently working on a solo project and plans to release it very soon! So stay tuned! 


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  • An artist's introduction - Katie Lyons

    To start, I suppose it would be best to tell you a bit about myself, who I am, and my story. My name, as you can see above, is Katie Canter and I'm a small town girl from Hampton, TN.

    When I was a little girl all I ever wanted to do was sing. I would sing in the bathtub as a child and my mom knew at the age of 5 I had a passion for it which lead to me developing a bit of a talent with and love for music. My range was always high and I enjoyed pushing myself to try new songs; My dad was a bass player and the lead singer in a band that he created called the "Tommy Lyons Band".

    My step dad, who I grew up with every day, was also in a band as the lead singer and guitar player. He was always amazing at harmonies and was influential in helping me do things the way I was supposed to. My mom also enjoyed singing and writing songs so much that she decided to start a karaoke company. She was very successful with it and was steadily working for 10-15 years, until she moved.

    I've been waiting for this opportunity for so long and I intend to make the very most out of it, so don't be surprised when you begin seeing me at local venues --Original coming soon! Follow my FB Page/Support! 

    I’ve always had a desire for singing and writing songs and at this point in my life, I feel as if I’m finally at a place where I’m ready for the world to hear me - so here goes:

    Special thanks to my engineer and the developer of this platform Brandon Knight for pushing me and always believing in me. Every part of this means the absolute world to me. ❤️ Thank you to my parents for teaching me and inspiring me every day to be better. To everyone, I really hope you guys enjoy this and see the love I put into anything I create. I love you guys!! XO- Katie

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  • Michael Mic Ross - An Artist Introduction

    Mic Ross is a Boston native and 1/3rd of the collective No Muzzle Ent. He says he started rapping after dropping out of college for the second time and never looked back. Who could blame him? With the music industry taking off digitally and how quickly student loans add up; makes sense, especially when you consider his raw talent and general success so far.

    Mic was honest and humble when it came to us asking his most difficult time thus far. Stating "The hardest time of my career so far had to be right before my first album "Winning is a Given" dropped. I was homeless and had just gotten into a car accident literally 4 days before my birthday just a week before we dropped the album." Anyone who's been homeless before knows how terrible of a situation that can be, but one that probably came at the right time; considering he kept on keeping on. Anyone out there struggling, it get's better; have faith, make logical decisions, and give it time.

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  • JamiisonG's album 'Allow Me to Introduce Myself' released

     

    After a number of uncontrollable, unforeseen, and unfortunate setbacks and delays; JamiisonG, an up and coming female artist from South Carolina has dropped her debut album. 
    We've been patiently awaiting this release upon first hearing her and Grimm Gray's music back in 2017 and it does NOT disappoint; well worth the wait, if we do say so ourselves. 

    Support independent music, Listen Below!

    The album is available for purchase and listening on most every distribution and streaming service - We've conveniently provided them below!

    Purchase on iTunes

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