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Travis Cave, known professionally as Trap Beckham, is an American rapper from Jacksonville, FL. Cave began his career in the local music scene. His singles “Top Of The Line” and “Ohh She Thick” helped launch his career after winning several awards and touring the local college scene. In October 2017, Cave released his debut EP, “Life Is Lit.”
Rodriquez Jacquees Broadnax, known professionally as Jacquees, is an American singer/songwriter from Atlanta, GA. In 2007, Broadnax met former manager Orlando Grind. He performed in several talents shows before meeting Russell “lock” Spencer, who was founder and then CEO of Block Entertainment. He then later worked in several recording studios, however, he was merely blended with a team that didn’t offer him an opportunity to showcase his talent. Block’s focus was hip hop, not R&B. Broadnax then began working in Block Entertainment’s recording studios, gaining more exposure via the single, “Krazy”, featuring rapper T.I. On March 25, 2014, Broadnax released his second mixtape “19”, which debuted at No. 15 on the Billboard Top R&B Albums chart. On October 1, 2014, Broadnax signed with Cash Money Records. His full length debut album, “4275”, was released on June 15, 2018.
In anticipation of his forthcoming project, rapper Trap Beckham just released the single “Sundress Season”, a collaboration with singer Amara La Negra. Combining Florida and Caribbean elements, the song celebrates hot weather, beautiful women and stylish fashions. While the song is different from his previous work, nevertheless it’s a part of his arsenal of party music. However, he took a different approach by delivering a new sound to the ladies and adding Le Negra. A month ago, he released the single “Hit It”, featuring rappers Trina and Tokyo Jetz. The song was accompanied by a music video with all the Florida natives showing out on the dance track and DJ Diggem singing the hook. Beckham rose to prominence with his 2016 single “Birthday B****”, which lead to him signing with Def Jam Records. Within weeks, the song went viral with celebrities and influential figures celebrating their birthdays to the track. The song has received over 50 million streams. It was followed by “Lil Booties Matter”, featuring Pretty Ricky, which also became a hit. Beckman’s upcoming project, “071419”, represents Beckham’s birthday.
They began their careers as background singers for Grammy winning singer/songwriter Anthony Hamilton. Now, The Hamiltones are slated to release their debut EP, “Watch The Ton3s”, on June 7. With that release date looming, the trio unveils the single “Money Can’t Buy You Love (Remix)” today. Featuring rapper Phonte and singer Ricco Barrino, the melodic “Money” is the follow up to the single “Pieces.” Set off by the silky harmonies of J Vito, Tony Lelo and 2E, the song tells the story of a man who learns that real love is about more than having deep pockets to support the woman of his dreams. Streetz Mentor and Gotti Rock did the production work, which includes the guitar work of Lelo. In addition to “Money”, the forthcoming EP includes five original recordings. Fans can expect to hear more of what brought The Hamiltones to the forefront via their collaborations with Anthony Hamilton, PJ Morton and Tori Kelly. While there are no plans for a full length album as of yet, The Hamiltones plan to release a series of EPs that will span several genres. In the meantime, the trio has several performances lined up, including an appearance at the Essence Music Festival along with PJ Morton, as well as appearances at the Vancouver Island MusicFest in Canada, the Salmon Arm Roots & Blues Festival in Canada and the African American Cultural Festival in Raleigh, NC.
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N.W.A., (an abbreviation for Niggaz Wit Attitudes), was an American rap group from Los Angeles, CA. N.W.A was assembled by Eazy E, Co-CEO of Ruthless Records. Eazy E sought an introduction to Steve Yano. Athough initially rebuffed, Yano was impressed by Eazy E’s persistence and arranged a meeting with Dr. Dre. Initially, N.W.A. consisted of Eazy E and Dr. Dre. Fellow producer Arabian Prince and rapper Ice Cube were added later. Dr. Dre brought DJ Yella on board a short time later. Rapper MC Ren joined in 1987. The group released their first single “Panic Zone” via Macola Records 1987, which was included on the compilation album “N.W.A And The Posse.” N.W.A was still in the development stages, and thus is only credited with three of the eleven tracks; “Panic Zone”, “8-Ball” and “Dope Man.” In 1988, N.W.A. released their debut album, “Straight Outta Compton.” Ice Cube left the group in December 1989 over financial disputes. In 1990, N.W.A. released the EP “100 Miles And Running.” In 1991, the group released their second full length album, “Efil4zaggin (Niggaz4Life” spelled backwards). It would be their last. Eazy E died of complications from AIDS on March 25, 1995. They released the albums “Straight Outta Compton” (1988) and “Niggaz4Life” (1991).
The Main Ingredient are an American R&B trio remembered for their 1972 hit “Everybody Plays The Fool.” Formed in Harlem in 1964, the trio was initially called The Poets, and consisted of Donald McPherson, Luther Simmons and Tony Silvester. They made their first recordings for Leiber & Stoller’s Red Bird label, but later changed their name to the Insiders and signed with RCA Records. In 1968, following a few singles, they changed their name once again, this time permanently, to the Main Ingredient. The name came from a Coke bottle. Under the direction of producer/arranger Bert DeCoteaux. the Main Ingredient charted with “You’ve Been My Inspiration”, “Spinning Around (I Must Be Falling In Love)”, and a remake of The Impressions’ “I’m So Proud.” Tragedy struck in 1971 when Donald McPherson died of leukemia. He was replaced by Cuba Gooding Sr. With Gooding on board, the Main Ingredient scored with “Everybody Plays The Fool” in 1972. The song reached No 2 R&B and No. 3 pop and sold one million copies. The single “Just Don’t Want To Be Lonely” peaked at No. 8 on the R&B chart in 1974. The Main Ingredient recorded several albums during the Gooding era, and scored one other hit with “Rolling Down A Mountain Side” in 1975. Silvester left the group and was replaced by Carl Tompkins. Gooding left for a solo career with Motown Records in 1977. Meanwhile, Simmons left the music industry to work as a stock broker. Tony Silvester died of multiple myeloma on November 26, 2006 at age 65. Luther Simmons retired shortly thereafter. Cuba Gooding Sr. was found dead in his car on April 20, 2017. The Main Ingredient now consist of Jerome Jackson and Stanley Alston. They released the albums “LTD” (1970), “Tasteful Soul” (1970), “Black Seeds” (1971), “Bitter Sweet” (1972), “Afrodisiac” (1973), “Euphrates River” (1974), “Rolling Down A Mountain Side” (1975), “Shame On The World” (1975), “Music Maximus” (1977), “Ready For Love” (1980), “I Only Have Eyes For You” (1981), “I Just Wanna Love You” (1989) and “Pure Magic” (2001).
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Olurotimi Akinosho, known professionally as Rotimi, is a Nigerian-American singer/actor/model. A contemporary R&B artist, he has released the mixtapes “The Resume” and “While You Wait.” He has opened for Jennifer Hudson, T.I., Estelle, and NERD. He also performed on BET’s 106 And Park. In addition to music, he has worked as an actor having appeared in such films as “Black Nativity” , “Divergent” and “Darkest Before Dawn.” He has also worked as a model.