ABOUT SANDRINEA

Sandrinea Taylor Born December 18, 1970 West Palm Beach, FL Author, Recording Artist Sandrinea was chosen from her mother’s womb to be a dynamic vessel for God. By the age of 5 Sandrinea was singing, preaching, and playing instruments in the local church. Sandrinea has been teaching choirs and groups how to sing since childhood. At the age of 14 She was given the opportunity to audition for a show choir that traveled around the country and won various National competitions. Throughout her adult years she as accomplished much as a solo artist and shared the stage with such Gospel greats and the Late Reverend James Moore , Dorothy Norwood, Keith (Wonder boy) Johnson , Helen Miller and also one of the lead vocalists for Nationally Acclaimed Elder Jimmy Hicks and the Voices of Integrity . Several Appearances on TBN Praise The Lord Program in 2013. Many cameo appearances of various radio shows throughout Florida and beyond.
This is only the beginning of many great things to come.



Sandrinea Says:

Good evening family.. God is soooo good.. I am very pleased to announce that my new song "He Is" is now available on I-Tunes and the following stores are completing the the uploads as well.. Please check it out... You will be sure to LOVE IT!!!!!!!!

​iTunes Spotify Amazon MP3 Google Play Rdio Deezer Xbox Music Rhapsody eMusic simfy Muve Music MySpace Music iHeartRadio Nokia MediaNet VerveLife Wimp Sony Music Unlimited Gracenote Shazam 7Digital Juke JB Hi-Fi Slacker Bloom Guvera Akazoo Anghami What a Journey,So'Wul 2014 and Beyond!!!! :-

Reverb Nation
http://www.reverbnation.com/sandrineataylor

Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/thesoundofsowul

Website
http://www.sandrineasings.com/

Video Stand U
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RC89gdo00Gg


No More Chains
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZYfZYVKH6N4

Sandrinea's Songs
http://www.amazon.com/Sandrineas-Song-Memoirs-Sandrinea-Taylor/dp/1494832216/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1391656946&sr=8-1&keywords=sandrineas+song





SANDRINEA is #Flyah

 

I am MrE, Bronx, NY is my city, Hip-Hop's the genre, but none of the mainstream, but more of that real $#!+ that there used to be more of, Recently returned to Hip-Hop after a three year hiatus, which my new single, "Prodigal Son" pretty much details. So far, I scored a lot of airplay, features on chi-bangerz.com and doingjusticeishine.com, Coast 2 Coast Mixtapes Presents: #MakinMoves Mixtape Vol. 345 and more. 'Mr.E is definitely a disciplined artist. He works on his craft daily and that's why he is known as the "Prodigal Son". Take a listen to this strong sampled track from Mr.E as he speaks those BX rhymes.'  -DJ iShine - Doing Justice iShine (LLC). Hip-Hop tried to woo me since the late '80s with the likes of Chubb Rock, Big Daddy Kane and Positive K, to name a few...but I was all about the King of Pop, R.I.P. Mid '90s, Hip-Hop came back at me with her A game, throwing 2Pac, Biggie, Lost Boyz, Kris Kross, MC Lyte, Bone Thugs N Harmony and such at me, breaking me down. Then she went in for the kill, with the Dog, DMX. I was done. I bought that It's Dark and Hell is Hot and I never been the same ever again. For the first time ever, I no longer wanted to just listen to Hip-Hop records. I wanted to write 'em, too. Don't think the world's yet to witness what I'm fully capable of as a lyricist, so...stay tuned, however, "Prodigal Son" is appearing to be my major head-turner. Right now, just got my eye on this game like an assasin. You can expect a mixtape soon, followed by the video to "Prodigal Son" and, uh, maybe an album, if not, another single. I just started the Our Voice series where it's lyrics over beats and not vice versa, inspired by you, the fans. Think of it as my audio blog. So, if you must remember anything, let it be these two: remember my sign and remember that the darkness cometh.

MrE is #FLYAH

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SassySingz

Award Winning Miami-based Singer/Songwriter SassySingz flaunts powerhouse vocals and highly sought after songwriting skills. In a time when studio produced talent runs rampant, SassySingz represents unquestionable talent. Influenced by artists such as Chaka Khan, Shirley Caesar, Karen Clarke Sears and Gladys Knight, SassySingz seduces the audience with an authentic, captivating R&B sound that true music lovers have come to miss. Her range combined with relatable lyrics and soulful sounds draws listeners into a world of bliss. Performing internationally for audiences of 1,000+ people, SassySingz has opened for celebrities such as Marsha Ambrosius, Bobby V., Elle Varner, Kindred Family Soul and Trina.

Overflowing with innovation and creativity, SassySingz is in the studio brewing a sexy, funky sound bringing a much needed freshness to R&B. Working on her third album entitled “So Sassy,” she’s bringing the raw, uncut story of SassySingz. Expect features by Stichiz, Grimass, and more.

Her newly released single, Control, has peaked at #6 on the National Airplay Top 50 R&B/Hip Hop Charts which has catapulted her to #10 on the National Airplay Top 50 Independent Artist Charts. While Control is playing nationwide on FM Radio, college radio, and internet radio, the Control video is airing internationally in Amsterdam, Paris and other major global cities taking the airwaves by storm; playing on Comcast Network’s Island TV, MTV.com, MTV2 Television Network; and being featured on MTV’s Artist to Watch segment. SassySingz’s latest EP, The Revival: R&B is Not Dead, is also in rotation on her own Pandora station as well as the Pandora stations of other top R&B artists, a great accomplishment for an independent artist.

As a songwriter, SassySingz has written original music for her projects as well as others.  She wrote and produced her first independent single, “True Love” in collaboration with producer DaHaitian Kidd in 2009. To keep the momentum going, she collaborated with DJ Big Ben to produce “Maybach Miami,” an ode to her hometown which received significant rotation at local radio stations. Released in 2011, SassySingz executive produced her first mixtape, “The Threat.” She has also written the hook for Young Funzy on “Out the Ghetto,” and co-written “Going Crazy” with Vulcha Smooth.

Building a powerful reputation for herself, SassySingz has received numerous accolades. She was named Miami Garden’s 2011 Breakout Artist and was the recipient of the “2011 Florida Next Big Thing” award for R&B Soul Singer of the year. She most recently won Best Female R&B artist of 2012 at the Best in Florida Awards. Belvit Jordan, Founder of “Save the Twinz”: Live Pink! Breast Cancer Organization, chose one of SassySingz’s original songs, “Ultimate Fear,” to be the organization’s theme song. Stay tuned for the revealing of the “new” SassySingz, going beyond her best!

Learn more about SassySingz online at
www.SassySingz.com, www.Reverbnation.com/SassySingz; and Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter at @SassySingz




PRESS RELEASE



SassySingz Releases New R&B Single, Late Night, with a Strong Message to Listeners around the World

Miami, FL – October 8, 2014 – Award winning Songstress SassySingz releases her new R&B single, Late Night, on November xx, 2014, in time for the holiday season. Late Night is a sultry, melodic R&B tune reminiscent of the rich 90s’ sound. The opening beat is captivating with a suspenseful twist hinting that a deep, dark secret is about to unfold. It segues into SassySingz’s lyrics that relate to the late night struggles, the loneliest moments people go through. Perfectly wrapped in the soulful melody and the sultry vocals of SassySingz is the personal message to her listeners: I understand what you are going through. You’re not alone; it is okay to ask for help.

Experiencing late nights of her own, SassySingz was inspired to write this song after a long, unpleasant day. Arriving home at 1:00am, she had no one to call, no one to express her frustration to. “It’s at night time when no one is around that the feelings get the most overwhelming,” says SassySingz. She awoke the next morning to hear of Robin Williams’ passing. Devastated by the news of someone she admired and respected, SassySingz decided to be transparent through her music setting the example of acknowledging what many undergo. Her story is an example that others can press through to their joy.

Although it should be a joyous time, the holiday season ignites depression in some people. The release of Late Night is dedicated to those who experience the holiday blues, general depression throughout the year, or even occasional overwhelming moments. “During this holiday season, I want people to know that someone knows how they feel. I want this to be a beacon of light for those struggling,” says SassySingz.

The message is bold but the quality of music and entertainment will leave you wanting more. Rich melodies, strong vocals, and easy listening will take this to the top of the charts. Expect Late Night to hit the charts the same as Control, which peaked at #6 on the National Airplay Top 50 R&B/Hip Hop Charts and catapulted her to #10 on the National Airplay Top 50 Independent Artist Charts.

Late Night will be in rotation on all major radio stations, college stations, international entertainment sites and more. Upon release, it will be available where all digital music is sold including iTunes and Amazon.com.

Connect with SassySingz on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram at @SassySingz and her website www.sassysingz.com.





Sassy Singz is #flyah

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Big Z started rapping at 12 and became very gifted and had a love and passion for music.Big Z got his song played on 90.7 92.7 the pulse and his school football song was in an Az Central article and on TV Friday night fever, Big Z also had an interview on Urban Music Report on My 45.Big Z who is very cute mite be raps Chris Brown he is one of the best in the his whole state and proving by his yuck remix he is one of the best teen rappers alive no doubt. Big Z just dropped his mixtape Whatever with his hot new single first time and has always got the girls going crazy. Big Zs presence has a lot of greatness a true leader similar to Jay Z, which one day he mite have the throne because of his genius raps and being better looking than the typical rapper Big Z is based out of Phoenix Arizona at only 17 years old he is way better than most rappers mainstream and including Arizona's own Futuristic.Big Z is gonna have a great carrer for sure. @bigzaphoenix
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Big z is #Flyah


Konsept The Genius
 
 
Konsept The Genius, a Guyanese-American underground rapper, was born July 21st, 1989 in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Early Life
Konsept The Genius lived in Cincinnati until he was 9 years of age. It was at that time that Konsept and his mother decided to move to Maryland due to his parents' divorce.
Konsept first lived in Langley Park, Maryland for his elementary and part of his middle school life. During the second part of his time in middle school, Konsept's mother remarried and they moved from Langley Park to Hanover, a city just outside of Baltimore. Konsept lived in Hanover for a majority of his life.

Early Career
Konsept first started rapping back in 2005 under the name Terror. He was still in high school at this time. Using the name Terror, he released several mixtapes:
"T'z Mixtape Vol. 1"-released 2005
"T'z Mixtape Vol. 2"-released 2006
"Terror's S.P.I.T."-released 2007

The Birth of Konsept
The emergence of Konsept was officially marked by the release of his 2009 mixtape "Way Too Outlandish." This mixtape contained songs by Terror as well as Konsept, to show the transition he went through in his life and in his music those past few years.

Straight Up Tribal
During his time as Terror, Konsept did several collaborations with the drum circle group Straight Up Tribal. The two crossed paths on the college campus of the University of Maryland Baltimore County. The group usually played outside every Friday at 12:00 noon. Konsept was walking by with a boombox blasting his music, promoting his own projects when he heard the drum circle playing music. They also had a singer singing ska reggae type songs. The singer heard the music on the boombox and liked what he heard. He approached Konsept and asked him to rap over the drums playing. Both sounds meshed perfectly. From that point on Konsept would be with them every Friday playing music. Eventually Straight Up Tribal became more than just a local campus group. They have since expanded to larger venues around the Baltimore area. Konsept still collaborates with Straight Up Tribal from time to time, but they both are so busy making music and doing shows. The influence they had on one another can be heard in their music today.

Discover Me
After the realease of "Way Too Outlandish" Konsept went right to working on his second project. In fact, Konsept planned to release multiple projects in 2011. Konsept started working on "Discover Me" in 2009. It was supposed to be a remix of Daft Punk's "Discovery" where Konsept would rap over a few of their songs. Konsept began work on this project but never completed it, due to the fact that he was working on other projects at the same time. After about a year, all of Konsept's projects were still not done. He was taking his time to make sure everything sounded just the way he wanted it to. At this point the end was not in sight. Then, Konsept had an idea: why not release on big project instead of several small ones? So, with his plans finalized and his mind made up, Konsept released his 2011 project "Discover Me" , a compilation of three projects that were set to be released in 2011. With this release, a lot of attention was paid to Konsept.

VC7
Following the release of "Discover Me," Konsept became part of the funk rock reggae band Vending C7, or VC7 for short. The band had been playing together for years already and were searching for a new sound to add to the mix. A mutual friend of Konsept's and VC7's brought Konsept to one of VC7's practices to listen to them play. The friend mentioned to the band that Konsept was a rapper, and the band was curious. Konsept jammed with VC7 that night for fun. After a few more jam sessions and a show at Ram's Head Live in Baltimore, Konsept was asked to become a permanent member of the band. While Konsept was part of VC7, they had several shows, including a show where they opened up for Slick Rick. The infusion of hip hop into the already "funkifried" sound of the band was truly poetry. After a year and a half of playing together, VC7 decided to call it quits due to creative differences and personal issues. The members of VC7 are still friends with Konsept. No plans have been made to reunite the band.

Days of Our Lives
In July of 2013, Konsept released his first EP called "Day of Our Lives." This project features fellow hip hop artist Poetik Genius. The two met in Baltimore, Maryland in mid 2011. After doing a few songs together they decided to make an EP together. This was Konsept's first non mixtape project. They also released a music video for the song "New Year," which was the single for the project. Konsept and Poetik are still friends and still work together, but there is no talk on a second collaborative EP between the two.

The Fifteens
August 2013 brought about the creation of the mixtape series "The Fifteens." The idea of this mixtape series was to release one mixtape a month for fifteen months. Konsept was able to release a total of seven volumes before being pulled away to work on yet another project. Once his current project is done, Konsept plans to return to working on "The Fifteens" to finish out the series.

Upcoming Releases
Currenly, Konsept is working on a solo project called "NerDiKon." So far he has released two singles: "Immortal" and "Paper Race" featuring Poetik Genius. The project is in its early stages so there is no release date set as yet. He will be doing more shows soon to start promoting this project.






Konsept is #Flyah