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20 minutes | Sep 3, 2020
SWEET TEE INTERVIEW with Bobby Simmons
Sweet Tee is an American rapper, who was signed to Profile Records in the 1980s. Her first single in 1986 was the hit "It's My Beat" featuring DJ Jazzy Joyce. She scored minor chart success with her debut album, It's Tee Time in 1988, which peaked at #31 on the US Billboard R&B chart.
12 minutes | Sep 2, 2020
Jazz Anderson and Zonnique Pullins Interview with Bobby Simmons
Jazz Anderson is best known as a Rapper. The daughter of former NBA All-Star Kenny Anderson, she has made a name for herself releasing her original raps via iTunes and SoundCloud. She is particularly known for the hit 2016 single “All I Want.” She was born on June 29, 1996 in Beverly Hills, CA. -- Zonnique Pullins is an American television personality, and singer. She was born as Zonnique Jailee Pullins on March 20, 1996 in Atlanta Georgia. She is a former member of the OMG Girlz and best known for starring in the Reality show T.I. and Tiny: The family hustle from 2011 to 2017.
8 minutes | May 25, 2019
DANIELLE aka DANNYDUCES discusses Hustle In Brooklyn, Comedian circuit with The Fresh Movment
Comedian, Actor, Writer, Social media influencer, a producer is some of the many titles that best describe Danielle “Dannyduces” Rosias. A star of BET new hit reality television show Hustle in Brooklyn. Hustle in Brooklyn, features young men and women, who are all from Brooklyn. Which are all trying to reach their goals in today’s music and comedy industry. Hustle in Brooklyn captures her role as an inspiring comedian. Her determination to make it in the industry as a Haitian woman living the American dream is remarkable. Danny personality can be best described as outspoken, funny, smart, and raw which allows her to be free and captivate her audience. Danny has been compared to some of the greatest female comedians such as Sommore and Tiffany Haddish due to her raw funny content. True to her hustle Danny has been giving the honor to hit the stages with some amazing comedians in the game such as Lil Rell from Netflix hit movie Birdbox, & Get Out, Tk Kirkland, Smokey from Harlem, Shulerking and many more. Determined DannyDuces will continue to be fearless and live out her dreams.
23 minutes | May 25, 2019
DIAMOND QUEEN SOLJAH discuss new music, career with Bobby Simmons
She's an upcoming female artist in the Bay Area, sending positive motivation messages through her music.
19 minutes | May 25, 2019
MALA REIGNZ discuss about new music, career with Bobby Simmons
Mala Reignz, (born Adrienne Malave), is a Bronx native rapper, performer and writer. She is known for her songs Hey Love and Make You Smile which received exposure on MTV and through The Source. While joining Sway Calloway and Killer Mike as a guest on MTV's RapFixLive, she was told by Killer Mike that Make You Smile "sounds like it belongs on the radio", adding that the difference here being her stories and perspective "diametrically set her apart." She has appeared on Ali Vegas' Mixtape "Leader of the New School" hosted by Statik Selektah (she also makes an appearance in Vegas' new video "That's Nothin'" (prod. by Scott Storch). She was recognized by Rocksteady Crew and was asked to perform in the female cipher (Sara Kana, Miss NaNa, Rece Steele, Patty Duke, DJ Chela) at their 31st year anniversary concert along with the likes of KRS-One, Fat Joe, DJ Premier, Bahamadia, Ice-T and many more artists. Her debut music video, "BX Til I Die" was picked up by the interactive television music source Music Source On Demand nationwide. Mala has collaborated with other well known female MCs such as Lil' Mama, Rece Steele and Byata (winner and 2nd runners up on VH1's Miss Rap Supreme).
29 minutes | May 25, 2019
NPG, New Power Generation discuss new music, career with Prince with Bobby Simmons
The New Power Generation, also known as The NPG, was the backing band of musician Prince from 1990 to 2013. They were replaced by 3rdeyegirl as his backing band in 2013. In 2015, the New Power Generation reunited as Prince's backing band for his final studio album before his death, Hit n Run Phase Two. They reunited once again in 2017 for a US and European tour.
12 minutes | May 25, 2019
RICO DAVIS discusses new music, career with Bobby Simmons
Singer / songwriter Rico Davis is bringing in Spring with the upbeat "Disco Lover", a dance-friendly homage to the sultry groove of disco with a splash of futuristic funk. Co-produced by Fran Cathcart, Quis Vaughn, Jason Pittman and Rico Davis himself, this bouncy track features Rico's smooth vocals, taking his flow from singing to melodic rapping as the beat flips mid-way through. "Disco Lover" will appear on Rico Davis's upcoming The Golden Ratio, a two-part EP, with the first dropping in April and the second releasing in late May.
25 minutes | May 25, 2019
CHEROKEE discuss about new music, musical career, parenting with Bobby Simmons
Cherokee is an RCA-signed artist from Brooklyn NY that released her debut album "I Love You…Me" in 1999. In addition to singing, Cherokee is also a songwriter, producer, and model, that made numerous appearances in notable magazines such as Esquire, Essence, Rolling Stone, and Vibe.
20 minutes | Apr 23, 2019
Joyce Irby talks about career, upcoming book, new projects with Bobby Simmons
Joyce "Fenderella" Irby is best known as the bassist and co-lead vocalist of the 1980s all-female band Klymaxx. She originally signed on with George Clinton's P-Funk crew as "Fenderella". In 1989, she scored a solo deal with Motown Records and had 3 charted Billboard singles, most notable "Mr. DJ" with Doug E. Fresh which peaked at #2. Irby relocated from Los Angeles to Atlanta in the late 1980s and since 1986 began attempting to engineer the rise of Atlanta as an urban music center by soliciting major record labels and producers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, and L.A. Reid & Babyface to form regional offices in the Atlanta area. Irby's greater impact may have been the result of her signing a young Dallas Austin as a songwriter and producer in 1988. Dallas produced the first TLC and Boyz II Men projects while still signed to Irby's company Diva One Entertainment. As an artist developer she signed child star Sammie Bush, and made a deal with Dallas and Capitol Records which launched Sammie's career when he was 12 years old. Irby also signed Lloyd (The Inc) as an 11-year-old and developed and guided his career through four major record deals (Warner, DreamWorks, Magic Johnson Music/MCA, The Inc/Universal). Irby gave multi platinum writer/producer Jasper Cameron his first songwriting deal. In 2012 Irby scored a top 5 Billboard hit as a co-writer with the Fat Joe/Chris Brown song, "Another Round". An avid animal lover, Irby started her own charity "Jams For Animals", to raise consciousness and promote kindness to animals through music and video.
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