Rellik is an award winning, multi award nominated urban artist from Edmonton. Rellik got into Hip Hop at an early age and gradually developed over the years and has proudly shared the stage with childhood heroes such as Run DMC, Casual, as well as Canadian icons, Buffy St Marie and the Guess Who. He brings with him a full band , or intimate acoustic performance and plays guitar and a variety of other instruments which he has done since childhood and is now implementing them in his live show and recordings. He is a gifted wordsmith known for his quick witted and gritty punch lines, Rellik is no stranger to adversity and develops his talent all the while raising his children as a single father and working full time. From transcribing his emotions of gaining custody of his children, the sudden loss of his mother, to fierce fully describing his frustrations in the music industry, or any political subject, his point always comes across crystal clear. As a seasoned performer with hundreds of performances, workshops, awards and award nominations, there is much to look forward to in the coming days from Rellik.

July 6th, 2015 Edmonton Artist Rellik Nominated for Entertainer of the year at the 2015 Indigenous Awards! Relik is a versatile artist with many nominations to show for it, including the Western Canadian Music awards (Aboriginal Recoding of the year), The Indigenous Music Awards, nominee for the Indigenous Entertainer of the year, as well as Single of the year for the “My Voice” which WON the United Way contest to fight poverty, and hit #3 on the National Aboriginal music countdown. This single can be voted for online at www.indigenousmusicawards.com. Rellik got into Hip Hop at an early age and gradually developed over the years and has proudly shared the stage with childhood heroes such as Run DMC, Casual, as well as Canadian icons, Buffy St Marie and the Guess Who. He brings with him a full band and plays guitar and a variety of other instruments which he has done since childhood and is now implementing them in his live shows and recordings. He is a gifted wordsmith known for his quick witted and gritty punch lines.

Award winning artist Rellik is Flyah





Heavy AmericA is an all original alternative hard rock band based in Boston, Massachusetts and comprised of three members: 
Mike Seguin- Guitars, Lead Vocals, Keys 
Dan Fried- Drums, Percussion, Vocals  
Budd Lapham- Bass, Vocals 
Formed in 2013, Mike, Dan and Budd brought together their years of experience and influences to create a truly unique band with a sound all its own. Fed up with the infinite repeat of bubble gum and corporate rock music that plagues the airways, they decided to be a band to bring forth the change so desperately needed in rock music today.   
Their "keep it simple" formula has resulted music that is full of energy and raw emotion. A rollercoaster ride with plateaus of happiness and cliffs of terror. So open your ears and your mind to the new sound you've been searching for....Heavy AmericA!

Heavy AmericA - Their Debut Record  Independent Spotlight,  June 18, 2015               In this evening’s edition of the Independent Spotlight, we’re going to be taking a look at a band that describes themselves as a ‘rollercoaster ride with plateaus of happiness and cliffs of terror.’ That’s quite a bio line. In any case, the band is Heavy AmericA and their new self-titled debut dropped in April. It’s a hell of a ride, clocking in with six raging rock tracks. Is it a ride worth the price of admission?                                                      I have to be honest, with a band name like ‘Heavy AmericA,’ I was prepared for a Lynyrd Skynyrd-esque group that dons incredible cheesy American flag paraphernalia and energizes drunken southern audiences. To my joy, Heavy AmericA isn’t like that at all. Their blend of hard rock is reminiscent of British Invasion jams mixed with some of the better elements of American hard rock.                                                               ‘Daddy’ is noteworthy. I really dig this jam. It’s got some fantastic electric riffing that builds a retro landscape of epic proportions. Heavy AmericA’s sound is very garagey. However, I could care less about that for this type of act. I’d actually argue that the rough nature of the recordings is alluring in this genre. It feels gritty and real, avoiding any ‘polished’ or ‘commercial’ faux pas.                                                ‘Under Glass’ takes the cake of the first half of the record. This song is beautifully composed, accentuating the band with moody reverberated synths. Quickly, the song evolves into a screeching rocker. After a few moments, it slips back down into soft recess. ‘Motor Honey’ is far more original. I like how short and punchy the track is. It takes all of the proper elements of good hard rock and slaps you in the face with them. That’s good; I can get behind that.                                                                                   © 2015 — Brett Stewart / Rivers Rubin / Independent Spotlight / The Jukebox

Heavy AmericA's debut album "Heavy AmericA                                                                                                       Indiemunity-   June 18, 2015                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       With a name like Heavy AmericA, I must admit, I went into my first listen expecting something quite different. I wasn’t disappointed, quite the contrary; Heavy AmericA’s debut album, Heavy americA, was a really enjoyable listen. The alternative hard rock group doesn’t lay it out quite as hard and heavy as the name might lead one to believe; rather, their six track debut album has a bit of a dark mellow flow to it. Though, they do turn up the tempo and know how to increase the energy in a song. Each song has its own sound, lyrical theme, and they all come together to create an enjoyable album.                                                                                                                                          The trio doesn’t overdo any of their tracks. Musically, they don’t go in for intense energy and excitement, but rather keep things simple and consistent. The simplicity of their songs really felt reminiscent of older music, as new stuff today often tends to go overboard and try to do everything. There were times when I wondered if I was truly listening to a group that only got together in 2013 or if they had been jamming since the 1990s and early 2000s, at times I even wondered whether their vocalist was in a band from the 1980s. Despite having only been together for two years, the group has a really mature sound. I might compare them to more recent bands like Queens of the Stone Age or The Strokes, but there were times when I felt like they had a lot of classic rock inspiration as well.      Despite being a short album, each of the six songs brought enough variation of emotion and sound that it makes the short length really enjoyable. While many groups go in for ten to twenty track albums these days, I lament the idea of creating quantity over quality. I think that more than overloading an album with tracks, taking the time to filter the crap out is vital – even more so with a debut album. I think that Heavy AmericA put a lot of effort and energy into their debut and it has paid off for them. They clearly chose to make a short, but loaded album rather than going for quantity and I am glad that they did. Check out their self-titled debut album and see what you think! Matt Kaiser – indiemunity.

Heavy AmericA is Flyah ''Hardcore''







With a sound based on emotive melodies and powerful rhythms, Australian artist King George has been described as having a unique mix of light and dark. (Buzz Magazine, MARCH 2009). The man behind the madness George Zois says "It's taken a while to find the right direction with my sound I always wanted to be able to bring a deep, emotional content to my music, but not lose the rawness."

From his early days as toddler he has been infatuated by music but although he grew up with music being played around the house he comes from an un-musical family and attended a religious high school that at the time had no interest giving its students a musical output. So what happens when playing music is part of who you are and you're in an environment that isn't? George says "I guess you have to break down some walls and make people understand who you are and what makes you happy. Since my early teens I have been writing and playing music and to put it bluntly I fucking love it. For me its very simple, what do we have to leave behind in life? some people have their photo albums, homes, cars, videos etc , all I can leave behind is the songs I have written that capture who I am and what I'm feeling at the time no matter how good or bad the song, it's there, locked away and captured in time and available for those who are interested."

The debut album 'Prisoners Of The Pluto Junction' was released in February 2010 that took King George from Melbourne to New York City in 2011. George adds, "The album is definitely the direction I wanted to take musically. It is a fair departure from anything I had done before. The themes are provocative, sleazy, immature, serious, heartbreaking and dark. The Pluto Junction for me is like a place of mourning and recovery, a place where I go mentally to pick up the pieces and put myself together again, some people can't get out of that junction and become their own prisoner. It sounds a bit weird but to be honest its hard to explain and the longer I try to explain the meaning of songs the more I waffle and become boring and like many songwriters and musos we are pretty boring people...we are not here to talk about self indulgent bullshit we are here to rock, and music should be there to be interpreted by the masses or very few in my case!"

With major influences including U2, Bjork, Faith No More, The Killers and even Dusty Springfield there is diversity from where King George draws from. "My favourite albums are U2s Achtung Baby, FNMs The Real Thing, the Killer's Sams Town, PJ Harvey's Stories from the City and Depeche Mode's Songs of Faith and Devotion."

With the album came a debut film clip for the single Nothing Left and a very wacky video for second single Birthday Girl starring a rooster looking for...well?....no one really knows!. KG explains this came from "the creative mind of my drummer and co producer of the album Michael Makris, who was probably overdosing on protein shakes when he drew up the concept. To be honest I don't know what it means but its different and fun"

More recently King George played a show in Sydney supporting Jimmy Barnes for the Oz Harvest CEO cook off and played a set in front of 1000 homeless people that where being fed by the countries top corporate CEOs. King George adds "for me it was special, considering their situation, these people were having such a great time and I sometimes wonder how are they going and if any of them have managed to move forward in life over the last few monthsI stop and think about this once in while more importantly I hope the CEOs do as well."

The trip to US in 2011 has had a major impact on the King with George doing plenty of writing in New York and penning 'Why Am I Here?' released around Christmas 2012 and the new single 'Hover' released in March 2013.

2013 saw the launch of videos for the singles ‘Hover’ (that won the best thematic award at the Australian Independent Music Video Awards 2013) and 'Heroes' (Lyric Video).

King George played 3 rocking shows in Toronto for Indie Week 2013 and was a tour that inspired the writing of new material. With the first half of 2014 in the studio recording a new album King George released a second lyric video for the sleazy tune 'Firestone' (by UK director Jonathan Oslar) and released the single and video for 'Broken Hearted Whispers’ (by Australian director Dillon Pearce) which was nominated for the Hollywood Music in Media Award and Australian Independent Music Video Awards in 2014.
The new album 'Love Songs and Medications’ was released in October 2014 and is the follow up album to 2010’s 'Prisoners of the Pluto Junction' and features songs with sounds and melodies that cover themes such as love, heartbreak, ambition, temptation and regret. 
In 2015 King George returned to Toronto to play Canadian Music Week and will release ‘904’ as next single off the album and its video (directed by Dillon Pearce) will be premier on Monday August 24.

King George with the smash hit 904




Swagu Flyography


    Group: Swagu

Members: Deep (Darron Price) D.O.B Later tonight, Stranger (Greg Edmonds) D.O.B Wasent born yesturday,  Medulla (Kingston Callaway) D.O.B Better late than never

From: Raised in Atlanta, Georgia
Deep was born in Boston, Massachusetts
Stranger was born in Frankfurt, Germany
Medulla was born in Atlanta, Georgia


Occupation: Musician, Singer, Rapper , Songwriter, Producer, and Businessmen

 Objective:  An ongoing dose of unique soul, hip-hop, pop, funk, rock, and alternative music. Swagu personifies gallant and innovative musicianship to revamp attention spans with more positive vibes through melodic arrangements. Trendy and timeless lyric combine to create synergy within a composition. 

History: The group Swagu was formed in Atlanta, GA made up of three musical talents. Greg Edmonds better known as STRANGER, Darron Price better known as DEEP, and Kingston Callaway better known as Medulla, grew up together and were influenced by a lot of the same music. Anything from groups like Death, Cameo, Souls of Mischief, Talking Heads, Nina Simon, Systems Of A Downs and many more. Influenced by these organic sounds Stranger, Deep, and Medulla of Swagu started playing the electric guitar and incorporating live music with there many songs. Working with producer Anthony Smith(Jo Kane) founder of Vizer Entertainment inside of Kolab Studio with one goal in mind, make music that has an immortal, positive, universal effect.


Swagu with special Guest Ceelo Green





WHO AM I?....
          ...Singer, dancer, actress, model blah, blah, blah.... I don’t think this kind of data will ever give anyone a clue about the reasons for my self-expression or personal inner motivation.
          I was born in the Ukraine but have lived abroad since I was 16. I dipped my feet into the music scene in 2012 after a tiring period of soul searching. I have tried modeling, acting, hosting television in the Ukraine, Italy, and the United States. At some point, I focused on the real things that matter in life and found my inner balance. Songwriting came first which is what I felt very strongly about. Singing was next along with ballet dancing and pole art. It became obvious to me that all of my past experiences were just a warm-up for what I really wanted to do. To me, music art is having lyrics with a clear message, music that is a universal language, and dance as a visual message and a way to deliver it. Music does not care about color, race, your place of birth or your social or economic situation. The only thing that is important is what you are made of and what kind of message your deliver.
         I was so tired of the intolerance and prejudice from people who think they have a right to call any blonde Slavic girl a bitch because of where she was born, judging someone just because of their place of birth. It does not matter where you were born or where you came from or even you education level. People would stigmatize me because I was born in a former Soviet Republic. It makes me sick when people outwardly express their anger against people because of their nationality, abusing others and discriminating against them because of where they are from.   
        The ideas behind my music are: Deep Respect of People’s Rights, Unconditional LoveSelf-Improvement/DevelopmentPersonal Growth Everyday and Forever

VERONIKA
Born: Veronika Mudra 
July 15, 1984 
Kiev, Ukraine
Residence: Los Angeles, CA, USA
Occupation: Recording artist, songwriter, lyricist, fashion model
Years active: 2012–present
Genres:  Pop, hip hop, electronic dance
Instruments: Vocals
Labels: independent  
Website: http://www.veronika.us


Veronika Mudra, known for her stage name Veronika (publicly capitalized as VERONIKA) is a singer-songwriterand model. Born in Kiev, she began her music career in 2012. Her first single Ain’t Russian Doll(https://itunes.apple.com/ua/album/aint-russian-doll-single/id609408368) received regular airplay throughout the United States including reaching No.1 on YouTube charts after receiving more than two million hits in less than one month. The video also received airplay on MTV.com.
1991–2010: Early life and career beginnings
Veronika Mudra was born on July 15, 1984, in Kiev. Her mother is Svetlana Mudra, a retired Ukrainian governmental worker, and her father is Valeriy Kuznietsov, a photographer and architect of Jewish descent. Veronika has a half- brother from her father’s side, Oleg Kuznietsov,  who works in IT business for more than 15 years, citizen of the US for a long time. First 3 years of her life she was raised by a grandmother; due to Chernobyl disaster she was sent far away from Kiev to a city of Kramatorsk, Donetsk Oblast, which is a centre of Ukrainian- Russian war now. At 4 years old Veronika came back to Kiev, where she grew up in a small flat living with her mother and a grandmother. Veronika's childhood was deeply affected by her father's addiction to alcohol and her parents' turbulent marriage ended when she was 6. She never saw her father after that. Veronika was studying as a law student in a high school, received dozens of awards and grants for her scientific works and researches in the field of jurisprudence and human rights. She started to work at the age of 15 as a promotion model in the supermarkets and exhibitions for such companies as Procter & Gamble and Coca-Cola. At the same time she has worked as an English to Ukrainian and Russian translator. Also  Veronika was guiding excursions for tourists from all around the world in Kiev and Kiev province. At the age of 16 she began to study Hebrew in a local Ulpan (Jewish School for Hebrew study) located in the Embassy of Israel in Kiev. At the same time she entered National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy Faculty of Social Sciences and Social Technologies. She wanted to become a social worker and underwent an internship training in drug rehabs, and worked as a social worker with HIV- infected people, orphans and disabled children. At the same year at 16 she was noticed by a model scouter from Milan and signed a modeling contract for Italy and USA. She left Ukraine and since that time Veronika’s personality was formed in artistic world of fashion and music. She always admired of Madonna, Eminem, Michael Jackson and Tupac Shacur. She initially wanted to graduate from Kyiv Mohyla Academy, but she chose to pursue a fashion and musical career in Milan and New York.
2012 - present: Music career 
Veronika's music career began in 2012 through her strictly motivated decision to build up herself as a musician and as an artist. She came back to Ukraine and began her work as a musician in association with DJ and sound producer First Craft (Dmitriy Stefaniv) genius music writer who was spotted first ay the age of 14 by Sony label in Holland, and director Yevgeniy Timokhin who worked at that time with boys band KAZAKY featured artists in Madonna’s “Girl Gone Wild”; she met Timokhin through mutual friends during a casting for a TV reality show in Kiev in May 2012. She caught the attention of Timokhin after he listened Veronika’s song “C.I.A.”. This impressed Timokhin, who then started to shoot for Veronika all her music videos, at the moment they are “C.I.A.”, “Ain’t Russian Doll” and “CAMERA”. A lot of Veronika’s songs (for example “Ain’t Russian Doll”, “Soldier of Universe”, “Tank”, “I was in a Box”, “Ace” etc) are dedicated to women’s rights. In Veronika’s opinion, in such countries as Ukraine, Russia, Belorus, Moldova and other ex-USSR countries these rights are not really supported by law or local customs, women’s right are often ignored and suppressed due to inherent historical and traditional exercise of rights by women in favor of men. From the other side there still exist intolerance and prejudice towards “Russian girls”, specially blonds like Veronika, from people who think they have a right to call any blonde Slavic girl a bitch because of where she was born, judging someone just because of their place of birth. “It does not matter where you were born or where you came from or even you education level. People would stigmatize me because I was born in a former Soviet Republic. It makes me sick when people outwardly express their anger against people because of their nationality, race, color of skin, religion or any other differences, abusing others and discriminating against them simply because they are different.”

Veronika moved to LA in 2013. Before that she was living in NY where she recorded few rap songs with NY based rapper Mr.Tac including “Action” which was aired in the UK on RadioOne in Top20 radio show for up&coming singers. Her first EP will be released in September 2015.  

Music Videos 

Veronika is working with director Yevgeniy Timokhin on her music videos and art concept. The first music video "Ain’t Russian Doll" was released in February 2012 on Vevo (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GxuU7LrZTG0), there you can watch Veronika dancing on pointe shoes, showing up her skills in classical ballet. The next one was “C.I.A.” music video which is dedicated to pole art, cause Veronika is a big fan of pole dance and acrobatics. “Toyboy” is an animated music video, like a cartoon for grown ups, it was released in September, 2013 on Vevo (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ptQW4pI73Ng). Primarily Veronika had an idea of music video in the form of anime or a “fashion cartoon” about seeking upon your second half and man-woman relations. “ToyBoy” was created by Animation Studio “Toon Drive” (http://toondrive.com/?lc=en), it was drawn by very talented Ukrainian artists and graphic designers Irina Shaganyan and Konstantin Holodkevich. 
“Camera” music video is a very special one. First of all, it features Francois Sagat, ex gay porn star, acting as a straight man, who has a love affair with Veronika. The love story is shown through love to camera and shooting process. But from the other side it’s about a war on religious basis between Jews and Arabs. Francois Sagat (wiki link http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fran├žois_Sagat) has Star and crescent (symbol; of Islam) tattooed on his back, and Veronika wears David Star on her neck. Middle East conflict is not an accidental subject, cause Veronika has Jewish routes and she carries a lot about misinformation about the Middle East, inaccurate characterization of Israel and Arab countries, anti-Jewish and anti-Muslim prejudice. CAMERA (link to http://www.camera.org) is a name of media-monitoring, research and membership organization devoted to promoting accurate and balanced coverage of Israel and the Middle East, it’s an abbreviation for Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America. The love and war affairs are shown through symbols: David Star, Star and Crescent, heart sign as universal symbol of peace and love. Interesting fact, that a word RA, which Veronika used repeatedly in the lyrics of her song “Camera”, means Evil in Hebrew language. The message behind “Camera” music video is a freedom of love and choice between people, between God and human being, unity of God, whom we may call in different countries, in different languages in different ways but we still mean the same God who is the only One; love between man and woman in the way it was created by God as a driven force of life and everything alive on this Earth. Veronika’s music videos and songs are often truly thought provoking, cause they reflect her inner world and show her real life philosophy. “Camera” was made by production company “BonchTV”, edited by MTV VMA nominated  Chris Davis. It was submitted to the Recording Academy for Grammy's 2016.

Interesting facts:
- Veronika has a professional sport master degree in ping pong
- She was going into track-and-field athletics, she did sprint running, barriers running  and triple jumping
- Veronika dance classical ballet and pole dance
- She is a student of International Tzfat Kabbalah World Center in Israel (http://www.tzfat-kabbalah.org) and LA Kabbalah Centre

Music videos:
AIN’T RUSSIAN DOLL music video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GxuU7LrZTG0
CAMERA music video (teaser): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IhRWzSGCQOw

Social networks:

Official web site:

Press contact:
mgm@veronika.us  

VERONIKA brings a dark epic sound

ROB HEGEL: ARTIST BIO
Rob's broad range of musical influences include an homage to Goffin and King, Lennon and McCartney, and Nilsson, a bow to Broadway’s Lerner and Lowe, and a nod to Arlen, Dylan, and Newman. This mixed bag of inspirations is reflected in Rob's diverse and unique writing style, so evident in the songs on MAKE IT MAGICAL and throughout hisRob Hegelcareer.
Whether it’s a disco smash for Sarah Dash, "SINNER MAN," his own cult classic RCA recording of "TOMMY, JUDY & ME," the witty "DO IT FOR OUR COUNTRY" featured in the movie GREASE 2, or the top twenty Air Supply hit, "JUST AS I AM," Rob has never written the same song twice. As a staff songwriter for Rock and Roll Hall of Fame legend, Don Kirshner, Rob wrote songs for several television projects including Norman Lear's "A Year At The Top" starring Mickey Rooney and Paul Shaffer, Alan Landsburg's "The Kids From C.A.P.E.R." starring John Lansing and Steve Bonino, and the theme songs for "Don Kirshner's Rock Concert" and "Stick Around" starring Andy Kaufman.
In his first novel, TUXEDO BOB, co-authored with his wife Susan, Rob combines his songwriting abilities with his quick wit and love for the 
English language to weave a tale of whimsy about a uniquely talented, impeccably dressed, and compulsively honest young songwriter’s adventures in the music business. In addition to TUXEDO BOB, Rob has written a musical thriller, "The Mirror Of Mister Moore," an action/detective screenplay, "All That Glitter," and a stage play, "and then what?"
Rob Hegel - Make It MagicalHe has released 3 CDs of his original songs; HEGEL 2 - displays, ROAD SIGNS, and his latest, MAKE IT MAGICAL. MAKE IT MAGICAL, co-produced by Robby Krieger (The Doors) and Harper Hug, is an 11-song CD showcasing Rob’s songwriting and vocal abilities, and features some of the finest musicians on the planet.

CONTACT
Rob Hegel Management
info@robhegel.com

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
IF “LOVE IS A SONG,” ROB HEGEL CAN “MAKE IT MAGICAL”
In Make It Magical, Hegel assembles some of the industry’s most accomplished musicians to craft a spellbinding, stylistic synergy.
“Hegel’s excellent voice has the ability to move from sounding wistful, to tongue-in-cheek, to romantic.”
      - Tony Sclafani, Author of Grateful Dead FAQ.
If anyone can make the difficult journey of song-charting success appear from a black top hat with ease – as a magician procures a white rabbit – Rob Hegel can. After all, just a few of Rob’s achievements as aRob Hegel - Make It Magicalsinger-songwriter include his appearance on American Bandstand and penning Air Supply’s mega-hit, “Just As I Am.” Now, with the wave of his wand, Hegel has assembled some of the most accomplished musicians in the industry to, quite literally, “Make It Magical.” Make It Magical is Rob’s most recent full-length CD, and the first single off the album is “Love Is a Song.”
Make It Magical is an eclectic and spellbinding blend of styles that includes a reverie of retro-pop, modern pop, and addictive adult contemporary. “Love Is A Song,” recently released to radio, is receiving airplay in North America and Europe, and the official video is on YouTube. “I’m my harshest critic,” Hegel explains, “… however; I’m thrilled the way “Love Is A Song” as well as the entire project turned out.” “Love Is A Song” is just one example of Rob’s uncanny ability to pen catchy songs and do it in an array of genres and styles. With its retro “Beatlesque” feel, “Love Is A Song” has high-lifting melodic hooks with an addictive, feel-good flavor.
Make It Magical features a Hall of Fame cast of session players. “I was blessed to have Robby Krieger (The Doors) co-produce the album and play guitar and sitar,” offers Hegel. Elliot Randall (Steely Dan) also sat in for lead guitar parts; the legendary Doug Pettibone (Keith Richards, Sting) also contributed guitar, mandolin, banjo and ukulele. Renowned bassist, Bob Glaub (John Lennon, Bob Dylan) lent his talents to the project, as did drummer, Mario Calire (Wallflowers, Ozomatli), along with brass master Lee Thornburg (Supertramp, Tower of Power),Richard T. Bear o­n piano, and the infamous Ronnie King on Fender Rhodes.
After listening to “Love Is A Song,” there is a lot more to come fromMake It Magical’s ten other tracks. There are tongue-in-cheek offerings, ballads with introspective lyrics, and a few of Rob’s compositions make poignant social statements regarding current events. Rob’s songwriting stands apart due to the amazing array of genres he can conquer. Literally, “Love Is A Song” is a single that many will love, and with some Hegel hocus pocus the charts will once again reflect his knack to “Make It Magical.”

CONTACT
Rob Hegel Management
info@robhegel.com

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Rob Hegel sings a sweet song about love




Whiteout aka Austin Wallace is a 24 year old hip hop artist from Dallas, Texas. He has been writing music since he was the age of 10 and has been writing and perfmorning specifically hip hop since the age of 13. At 13 years old Whiteout and his family moved to Atlanta, Georgia. This is where his life would take a crazy direction; At the age of 13, he was bullied heavily by his peers and teachers so in order to vent his frustrations he turned to writing hip hop. In the summer of 2004, he almost commit suicide due to the depression that had consumed him internally. For three days he battled with finding meaning and purpose in life. He questioned everything and didn't know where to turn to make the pain stop. Finally, on the third day he overcame depression, with whom he gives the credit to, being Jesus Christ. He vowed from that day forward to live a life that was inspiring, motivating, and encouraging to others despite the words that people may say. He started writing music that would change peoples lives and never looked back from that moment. Fast forward to 2009, at the age of 18 Whiteout had grown in popularity; traveling from several states to perform and speak publicly crowds would gather wherever he went. Now at the age of 24 years old, Whiteout has performed in countless concerts and traveled all over the United States. Any time Whiteout is around there will always be a smile on your face. His performances bring an energy level that is hard to match which makes for some extremely entertaining concerts. But we'll let you be the judge of that



White Out is Flyah



With song placements on Oprah, Nickelodeon, Mean Girls 2, Barbara Walters, MLB, Food Network, Degrassi, E! Network, VH1 and more Gina Cutillo's music is placed & heard all over the world. Her recent single "The Inside" was co-written with Pete Nappi (Arthouse Entertainment- Kara Dioguardi's production house). Pete recently wrote tracks with Meghan Trainor, Ke$ha & Shinedown. Gina's track "The Inside" is rapidly becoming a viral hit with social media fans & major industry execs.

Gina has also toured with Katy Perry, Paramore, Gym Class Heroes and more on Warped Tour. Her stage presence and catchy songs won over many crowds, cities and other major artists on the tour. She's performed on stage with Prince and has played SXSW a few times with her last performance landed her as the opener for Neon Trees. Gina has also performed at CMJ, Launch, Dewey and many other major festivals. 

In between her critically acclaimed 3rd album  "The Lover" & her newly released singles "The Inside",  "Fly (Feel Love Tonight)", "In Another" and "In Time" that will comprise of her upcoming album Gina released 2 EP's "Monolovers" and "Love, Faith, Soul", both accepted and put in the forefront of the APM library with a review stating: "New Yorker Gina Cutillo delivers Pop/Rock/Dance at its best with a fresh batch of incredibly catchy memorable songs." 

Gina Cutillo's mission has always been worldwide success by reaching fans through her music. She has been quoted "The best feeling in the world is when someone tells you they had a better day because of your song, it's truly what all the success comes down to.. my fans." 


Gina Cutillo is Flyah




Wydeframe cites as main artistic influences such legends of the mic as Pimp C., the Notorious B.I.G., Tupac Shakur, Scarface, and Bun B. His own style draws from both the East Coast and Dirty South hip-hop scenes, but with his own, cutting-edge style. This style is aggressive, rolling, and characterized by unusually sharp articulation, marked by turns of phrase that cut corners on two wheels. His arresting performance on “Live Young, Die Rich” is further bolstered by the razor-sharp production style which is indicative of the high quality that has made Relentless Hustler Ent. a name to watch in recent years.
Asked to comment on his new single, Wydeframe states, “'Live Young, Die Rich' shares with my listeners a Relentless Hustler's ambition to enjoy life now, stay young, and work hard to die rich.”

Wydeframe was born 1987 as Christopher Kesee in Vernon, Texas. In addition to hip hop he has a background in country and pop music. He released his debut mixtape, “Dollaz Over All,” in 2014 to widespread critical and fan acclaim. He is the author and performer of other such popular hip-hop singles as “Reprezent,” “Focused,” “Straight Heat,” and “Loud Pack,” all of which have been published under the Relentless Hustler umbrella.  He has performed in groups such as CrossTown and Texas Strife, and appeared in contests such as Klassic Cypher, in which he placed in their top 24, and YouTube's Problamo contest, which crowned him their winner.

Wydeframe is back with another BANGER




Freelance journalist/recording artist/Activist/Author/Grassroots record producer Zion Antoni aka Ari, or "Bey" was born in 1978 in manhattan, and 
raised in the Bronx NY, Via Washington heights. Of African
American/Costa-rican descent. Honing talents, surviving adolescence, and developing in his formative
years, he later moved to Philadelphia in pursuit to 
finish education; Working and
incorporating under grad studies along with independent study.
After many years of hardship and struggle he founded Manna/gracemusik, in 2003, a production
label functioning in music, outreach, and grassroots journalism. After three
successful projects including a solo lp, and newsletter, Manna/Gracemusik is now
 succeeded  by Writer/Educator/Recording artist Cborn Nacirfa.  He founded a
company now revised as The Urban Cry LLC in 2007. It
functions in freelance journalism with publishing streaming via the web,
 and has streamed in schools and supplemented grassroots organizations. The Urban cry is also an
independent record label. The voice of the Urban Cry focuses  on grassroots
diplomatic  reasoning on a global front, and further solidarity in Urban
America. Its extentions are (UAC) Urban American Cirriculum, and exclusive
literary projects, such as the award winning "No Prisons" series.  The Urban Cry's publishing serve an array of forums, grassroots stream, publications, and social media.  Zion, establishing leadership within the grassroots, He is a member of the NAACP, working on behalf of issues from voters fraud to education, and is a strong advocate for grassroots engines, forcorporate development and social change. He also serves as feature columnist for Negusworld Enterprises(501c3). EstabIishing a sound through Progressive, Lounge, and soul, Zion's music is a catalyst of the Avant-Garde. In 2007-2009 he spawned hit internet and international singles, project features, along with heading
a successful euro tour in 2008.  He also founded and is head administrator the Sekou
Generation/Think tank (2012), a MD/Washington DC based grassroots social policy network that
advocates institutional and social fundamentalism.

 "If you have aquired years of living and experience, and sacrifice, you'll understand your occupation chooses you" -

zion

Zion Antoni is #Flyah



Born in Wilmington, Delaware, Johnny Neel blind at birth cut his first single at the age of twelve, as Johnny Neel and The Shapes Of Soul. As an adult, the Johnny Neel Band had a strong following up and down the East Coast and released two well-received independent albums; “One Hot Night& “You Shoulda’ Been There”.  Neel moved to Nashville, the premiere song writing city, in 1984. Where he immediately became recognized a session “A” studio player. Others began to notice Neel’s songwriting talent and decided to take advantage by recording his songs on their albums.
Performing with various bands in area clubs drew the attention of former Nashville resident Dickie Betts, who asked Neel to join his road band, and begin working on Dickie’s solo LP for Epic Records. That relationship led to seven cuts on the “Pattern Disruptive” LP including the Top 10 AOR hit, “Rock Bottom.” Neel’s talented keyboard and harp playing on that album convinced Gregg Allman to ask Neel to tour with his road band.
Neel decided to join the reunited Allman Brothers Band, immersing himself in a successful tour, which led to a number one AOR smash hit during the summer of 1990. Car radios all across America blasted “Good Clean Fun”, from the Seven Turns Album, co-written by Neel with Allman and Betts. The chart topping hit provided the reunited Allmans with their highest charting single since “Ramblin’ Man” fifteen years prior.  Neel’s songs have been recorded by such artist’s as “Montgomery/Gentry, Delbert McClinton, John Mayall, John Louis Walker and many others….  Johnny Neel is a recipient of the “Life Time Achievment Award” from the 2012 Grammy’s with his work with the Allman Brothers.
In 2000 Neel released “Late Night Breakfast”, which was  recorded at his studio, Straight Up Sound Studio, with the members of his band, “The Last Word”, and special guests such as Shane Theriot (The Neville Brothers), Rick Vito (Fleetwood Mac) and Wayne Jackson (The Memphis Horns). This record was released on Neel’s label, Breakin’ Records, which showcased his pleading vocals as well as brilliant piano, B-3 and harp work.
During that same period of time the recordings were made, Neel also became a member of Blue Floyd, a premiere jam band with variations on the material of Pink Floyd. In addition to Neel, band members were comprised of Marc Ford (Black Crowes), Matt Abts (Gov’t Mule), Berry Oakley Jr. (OKB Band & Bloodline) and, the late Allen Woody (Gov’t Mule).
Neel and Abts went into the Straight Up Sound Studio: www.straightupsoundstudio.com  and record the X2 project which was graciously received by fans and the media.
More recently, Neel has toured with the Italian rock band W.I.N.D. and has recorded the proclaimed “Italian Experience in 2002, and they are looking forward to record again….
Neel has released on Breakin’ Records  “Gun Metal Blue, Criminal Element Vol 1 & 2, and Vol 3 along with a DVD.  Johnny also has contributed tracks on the Truckers Tracks compilation series: www.truckerstracks.com
In 2010 he released a solo effort titled “Harmonious” with a mini documentary that featured a intimate side of Neel never seen or heard
before.

In 2012 Johnny is releasing his eighth solo effort titled “Every Kinda’ Blues”, this release has every kinda blues that you never heard before.  This recording has been well received by the blues community and features two (LIVE) tracks with the Italian band W.I.N.D., as well as tracks that cover all variety of the blues.   a man with boundless energy, Neel still manages to juggle studio work, local club gigs, road work and hit song writing, and somehow between the chaos maintains his sanity
“They say that you can’t do it all; Hell, I’m trying to prove ‘em wrong.” – Johnny Neel
AWARDS
* Grammy nomination for keyboard work as an Allman Brothers Band member on the instrumental cut, “True Gravity” LP from the Seven Turns album
* ASCAP Country Award for “Take The Long Way Home” recorded by John Schneider
* BMI Citation Award as a member of The Allman Brothers Band
* Vocalist of The Year – 2001 Bands of Dixie Magazine (France) Readers Poll

Television / Movie / Video Appearances
* XXXS and OOOS (Movie)
* Good Clean Fun (Video) – MTV Unplugged
* CBS This Morning
* The Tonight Show
* Nashville Now
* Music City Tonight
* Volunteer Jam – TNN

Publishing Affiliations
* Milene Music, Inc. – Nashville, Tennessee
* Cuts by Chad Mullins, Restless Heart and Joe Louis Walker
* Song Pantry Music, Inc. – Nashville, Tennessee
* Cuts by John Mayall, Irma Thomas, Travis Tritt and Jason D.Williams
* Bob-a-lew Music – Universal City, California
* Cuts by Dorothy Moore, Marie Osmond, Ann Peebles and Delton Reeves
* The Reel Neel Music Nashville, Tennessee
* Cuts by Burton Garr, James Walker, HBO, FOX Sports

Johnny Neel is a Hard luck S.O.B