After releasing his latest project “No Lookin Back 2”, Supreme Clientele’s International T releases his video to hit single “Pop That” The video, directed by Shula The Don, captures the artists in his city showing what it is like to be in the city that don’t sleep. The video shot in New Orleans captures the artist at Club Spades strip club.
The video shares International T with his cameo with Jim Jones. The artist actually has joined forces with Jim Jones, becoming a member of Vamp Life. They have a song together called “For Real” you can view below.
“Pop That” is the sixth song on “ No Lookin Back 2” The video begins with an overview of the Mercedes Benz Superdome and the city surrounded. International T, Jim Jones and a hosts of friends enjoy themselves showering the beautiful ladies as they “Pop That” for some real ones. The production of the song has a vibe for you to catch instantly. The video captures every lyrics’ presence from ladies shaking to stacked money being thrown. Be sure to view International T’s new below:
If you never experienced The Vock Fest from New Orleans Bounce Legend, Vockah Redu, then you have yet to see a spectacular concert! Vockah Redu Presents his spectacular festival where he conjoin with artists, each with an unique voice in Houston. Vockah explains how these are artists who he personally enjoys.
This year Vock Fest 5 with have a host of celebrity guests which includes SupaCent, Owner of The Crayon Case, Dawn Richards, and Vincent Powell. There will be a vast variety of vendors, food trucks, VIP sections and services, and much more!
Tickets are on sale and going fast! Reserve your spot now to experience this night:
YD Dooda is a new artist to look forward hearing from. As an artist from New Orleans, he created a name for himself. He describes his name as “Yung Dust” from The Ninth ward’s group “Dusty Money”. He becomes apart of their new yet younger generation of artists. He has been influenced to create music from many hardships which includes deaths of family and closed ones. He uses his pain to express through music. He is currently working on his project titled “Live By The Code” for you to look forward to.
One of his favorite moments of becoming an artists is seeing how his fans and supporters react to his creations. His presence is very cool and his drive cannot be unnoticed. He describes his music as unique and prepares us with his talents.
His creative process is described as a turn up while freestyling and writing new music. YD Dooda shares how collaborating with other artists is something to look forward to. He states how he mainly focuses on working by himself. The New Orleans rap culture can become more supportive. Many artists do not work with each other on a wider scale. This becomes an issue with working with other rappers’ egos that can intervene with collaborations. Hopefully going into this new year, this can progress.
YD Dooda want to be a positive influence to the kids today looking to become an artist. Becoming a role model by default can have artists consider their content to be suitable for all walks of life.
The producer and songwriter BlaqNMild has been creating a total vibe with his music across the globe. BlaqNMild began producing in the late 90s in his studio he created in his home. He mainly produces for the urban culture which includes Bounce Music. He has worked with Drake, Young Jeezy, Juvenile, Big Freedia, Megan The Stallion, and many more. He also has a roster of artists under his label Musical Genius.
The Super Producer shares how his childhood growing up in New Orleans became an impact on the creation of productions. He shares how he has a passion for music but also loves the lucrative career he created. One least favorite part of his career is time and taking sacrifices to make it to another level. His catalog shows how the work ethnic created his brand today.
BlaqNMild shares his experience with working with Drake on hit singles “In My Feelings” and “Nice For What”. Both songs have a massive influence of the New Orleans culture and beat. BlaqNMild gave New Orleans music the opportunity to be shared with a wider audience.
BlaqNMild has worked with Megan The Stallion on the hit single “Ride or Die” which features New Orleans bounce article Vickeelo. He explains how much that opportunity to work with female artists in today’s generation motivates him as well.
Expect all good vibes from Houston female Artist Pee Supreme as she releases a her video “SLIDA” featuring DJ Chose. This is the 6th track from her latest EP titled “Ready”. Pee Supreme is in the holiday spirits as she gifts her fans with a new video on Christmas Eve. What other gift can you ask for?!
Pee Supreme shares a moment with Dj Chose where you can depict strong energy between the two. “SLIDA” is a song to listen to for your lover and/or friend. With the video directed by Thraxx The Shooter, it allows viewers to become apart of the mood Pee Supreme possesses.
Pee Supreme’s style and demeanor charges up as she floats all throughout the video. Her sensual looks with the lyrical presence takes over, which makes her so unique. Pee Supreme had a very productive year with her music. Be sure to expect great things coming into the new year 2020. Let’s start by checking out her new video below:
The Hometown Hero, Trae The Truth, visits New Orleans with Snoop Dogg on the “I Wanna Thank Me” Tour. While he is still on duty assisting helping others, he continue to go hard for fans supporting his music. Trae The Truth has been making a huge impact for his community with his team The Relief Gang. He has the latest album titled “Exhale” and single “Slidin”. He gives updates on his attributes with his impact on Houston, better yet the world.
Trae The Truth discusses what A.B.N. means which is (Asshole By Nature). He also shares how it also symbolizes (Angel By Nature). The Houston artist has done so much within the community that it’s beyond thoughts of what you can think of. With unfortunate circumstances with the weather, a rainy day could literally flood the streets in a second. He advise that the city improves its drainage system so that this can help the rain flows.
While on tour, Trae The Truth manages to continue giving back to the less fortunate. Below you can see him become Santa, brightening children’s smiles.
He gives his city a field day with his week long festivities along with “Trae Day” every year. He has special guests come in supports to give back to the community. You are allowed in the same room with some of your favorite celebrities. Trae Day becomes a great time to network and have fun, especially for the kids.
View Trae’s interview with NolaZine as he discusses more about what to expect in 2020 and more:
Quality over quantity seem to be truly a valid statement with any creative process. Jayarson actually balances that with his music videos and music projects he has created. Jayarson has several albums from “No Effort” to “In The Meantime 2”.
His growth from these projects shares much about his creative process making music. From “No Effort” becoming self explanatory, taking him no time to create. To “In The Meantime 1/2” the growth comes with its content. As a man he matches himself with his music. Not that he doesn’t speak real life into it, but touch social issues. He shares how he became more vulnerable within his craft.
Jayarson depicts his visual to his songs:
“Mirrors” is about details of his self-reflection. It describes his past issues with substance abuse. Also, it shares how he enjoys his family. Reflecting on his owns issues and not blaming anyone for his actions. It reflected him at that very moment of his recording.
The concept of the video was to share no matter what people say, you can resurrect from that. Showing how you can lead by example and burying your own burden. It shows kingship and leadership. Dope Media helped get his ideas to life with the video production.
With his music and and great videos, he was asked if he feel he may be a step ahead within the music industry. He still feel as though he is unappreciated. He get his inspiration from artists from his early childhood who was here before him. His craft may be more advanced then what we are seeing today. If he was a step ahead he shares that he would be at the top of the game right now.
Overall, Jayarson allows his fans and supporters to feel his music even more throughout his visuals. His perspective and message is shared for you can can see how he actually feels. He is reaching for anyone one who can relate to his words. From the young generation to an elderly guy. He want to relate to the real.
New Orleans has a secret weapon ready to explode the streets. Uptown New Orleans Rap artist Junior Montana has come to the front line to hold the torch for his city. With his straight forward demeanor and mean lyrics, he amazes anyone who listens to him. He has his latest track titled “Right Time” which is a New Orleans bounce song.
He expresses how he is going to be up next in New Orleans to make it pop on the music scene. Junior compares his come up as Lil Wayne did.
I’m The New King of South. Tell T.I. Im not asking for that. I’m taking that.
He feels that artist today just rap with no substance. He states they need to reflect off some throwback hip hop music and learn versatility and structure. Junior seems very certain about this claim of becoming The King of The South and ringing the alarms for everyone to hear.
His music is inspired by artists such as Lil Wayne and Young Jeezy. His style and flow is not distinctive in his opinion. He has am selective melodies where he tap into any genre he likes. He becomes versatile with his sound.
“I don’t write, so it becomes a quick process. I’m like 15 minutes with a verse. In like 2 hours a song is complete. I have a crazy thought process.”
Junior Montana has a video entitled “Reloaded” which he says is self explanatory for himself.
“That’s to let them know I got the flavor like the Hot Boyz”
Junior Montana shares how he hasn’t done any collaborations due to no other artists reaching out. He does state how he would not mind working a few local artists such as Da Kannable, Weed Junkie, Max P, and Jay Jones.
Junior is an artist who is a realist within his lyrics. He stress that he do not talk anything fabricated and speak to the streets. Some artists lose their their identity by rapping about what’s not true. Junior wants the world to know he is next up and expect his wave to hit hard.
Lucky Johnson had a great year within his filming career. Being featured in three big screen movies this year, he continues to break barriers in the film industry and the city of New Orleans. Now you can currently see him in theaters in “Queen and Slim” “Semper Fi” and “Black and Blue”. Lucky learned the fundamentals of acting at the age of eleven. Wearing several hats as a director and an actor, he began with his first movie “Block Party” to his first breakthrough movie “Contraband”. Lucky shares how the growth from his beginnings until now becomes a blessing.
Lucky Johnson has been in several movies such as:
Queen and Slim
Black and Blue
Carter & June
Preacher, and many more
He ventured into his own business, The Lucky Johnson Production and Studio. It provides acting classes, theatre, community center, several activities for the youth and homeless. Lucky also also individuals to volunteer at his studio in exchange of acting classes. This drives the youth and people inspired, to work with him even more. Being an entertainer most of his life gave him the idea to share with others who want to work in film. There is opportunity and motivation shared throughout his city with the work he commits to.
As an entrepreneur, Lucky Johnson inspires others to keep consistent and stay positive throughout their journey and success in film:
“Stay true to yourself, go to acting class, be authentic, and work in your purpose.”
New Orleans has been known for its music, food, and its culture for many years. Fashion has also become a major gateway for the locals to express themselves. The Loyalty Club has surfaced and now making its way worldwide. From Pro football players to your local talents, they have established a brand that speaks for itself. Blizzy and Jarroid are the owners of The Loyalty Club. With mutual friends throughout their childhood, they became acquainted. They then became business partners where a dynasty was created. The Loyalty Club started in 2015. Located Uptown on Fulton Street of New Orleans, it reflects their brand and lifestyle.
Not only is The Loyalty Club about clothing, it’s about the culture. They cater to music as well. They have a record label called The Loyalty Club Sound. They have artists where they broadcast talents and style. They also tapped into Real Estate, showing how young entrepreneurs can thrive in the city. Blizzy states “We going to be the biggest in the game.”
Club Ties which is their docu-series hosted by Matt Fresh shines light on entrepreneurs and creative people in New Orleans. They are sharing the vibes for the world to see. You can check out the first season on YouTube. There are appearances by G4, Maxx P, B Fresh, and Greg Monroe, former NBA basketball player of the Detroit Pistons, Milwaukee Bucks , Raptors, and more.
The New Orleans culture influenced their brand in a major way. They are here in the city showing how you don’t have to leave to share its culture of the city. They received a partnership with New Era, creating a line of hats that reflects their brand. The owners share how support comes a long way. They give back to community back sharing their entrepreneurial process with high school and college students. They share how you can become your own boss with education. They give creatives the opportunity to show their craft. Being open minded to young individuals and sharing their thoughts keeps everyone coming over to their shop.
There clothing has a fresh, cut look where individuals can express themselves through their clothes. The goal is to keep ownership. Some may become big and forget where they may come from. Keeping the light shined on the influencers is second nature for Blizzy and Jarroid.
Be sure to check out their dope clothing line and music they bring upfront to the world: