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No bias here. We choose “Pause Play Repeat” for our February banger of the month. I dare you to not press repeat on this track.  Continue Reading…

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Mike Wing Album Breaks 25,000 Plays In Two Weeks

Mike Wing Album Breaks 25,000 Plays In Two Weeks

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Welcome To The ProU Writing Team: Maria Myraine & WriterJones

Welcome To The ProU Writing Team: Maria Myraine & WriterJones

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This is how you win fans. You show you. I don’t think it’s a coincidence that a track that is your most personal gets the most powerful emotional responses. Daniel “EK” Ibeh is back, and Continue Reading…

“I can’t believe I made it here”. Gotta be grateful where you are before you can take it to the next level. “Can’t believe the recorder would take me this far” as he says.

This track does not slow down from his series intro “The Love” – also a self-produced track.

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Joseph James documents an all too familiar romantic situation & confusing dilemma. You can list this “side effect” under the unexplainable symptom of “love” which injects unpredictable patterns into all of our silly human minds.

The track, off his upcoming tape “N.W.A” (Nothing Without Art) has some very interesting production and effects that make it stand out. The singer “Mad” is only 16 years old. She definitely has potential – though her performance could be improved in parts – she has plenty time to go – its catchy – and we hopefully will be hearing her on more JJ tracks in the future.

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“Standing alone in the studio, I never said it would be fair. But when you’re alone: I hope you truly know – how badly I want to be there”

Love that. It’s a battle between “Am I going to work on my new album?” (or whatever you do as an entrepreneur) vs spending a night together with your significant other. It’s your choice. One leads to more success. The message is even though I am working on my future, I still care about you. And we all know it’s a struggle balancing romance and career.  Continue Reading…