Sultry East Coast Artist, Stormi Maya creates a “Body of Work” Experience
The Bronx, New York native, Stormi Maya is a female MC/rapper has a message to convey. The newcomer is 23 years old and is ready for the rap game. Bringing her truth to the forefront is the calm to the storm. Her style takes you back to the old school 80’s – 90’s era while adding a feminine conscious touch. While in the studio, Stormi Maya records tracks that empower women. Also, she spotlights the black struggle and sexism; as well as embraces her sexuality and emits positivity.
Originally, Stormi Maya’s career begins as a model, modeling for exclusive lingerie brands and Playboy for two years.
Stormi Maya started performing in community theaters around New York City. In time, Stormi decides to become a professional actress in theater, film, and TV. Stormi has performed in many off-Broadway plays around the country and has directed theater.
She is a recurring character (Yennifer Clemente ) on Spike Lee’s Netflix Season 2 how “She’s Gotta Have It.“
Additionally, Stormi can be seen in a variety of Indie films, multiple Netflix productions and “Mostly For Millennials” on Adult Swim. Stormi Maya is represented by her manager (music) Donald Robinson Cole.
“A woman knows her limits, a wise woman knows she has none”
Stormi Maya is definitely a triple threat and has entered the Hip Hop industry. During this short time of her career, Stormi releases her EP “Body of Work, “a collaborative project with producer Donald Robinson Cole aka Megadon. As a diverse artist, Stormi has tracks that make you want to raise a fist for change then grind to sexual temptations.
Look forward to seeing more of Stormi, she is working on releasing back to back singles all year.
For Features and Bookings: Stormimayamusic@gmail.com
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Bronx Native, Dope The Phenom releases his latest single, “Russian Cream”
Dope The Phenom or LaVonte Bell, is a 25-year-old rapper from the Bronx New York. Growing up with the love of music and being inspired by his uncle, DJ Cityboy, he was able to get into music at a young age. When it comes to the music, Dope The Phenom lives it and is his outlet for sharing his creative freedom with the world.
D.T.P. has performed in showcases with some well-known artists such as; Jojo Simmons, Fred the Godson, Manio, and Donna from Black Ink Crew in Queens NY. Additionally, Dope has performed at Black Ink Crew (Season 7 Premiere) at Milk River Restaurant & Lounge (Brooklyn NY) and Kung Fu Necktie In Philadelphia Pennsylvania.
Dope The Phenom’s first album “TRIPPYOG” is out now and showing the world that the Bronx is still in safe hands with him in this hip hop game. Since then he has been working hard with placements on “Adam Sava9e & House On The Hill” Albums that have recently dropped, while currently working on his debut second album “Leo Ultimatum”.
Dope’s style is sound all his own. By combining a mix of smooth jazz and classic hip hop, Phenom is able to create honest music while staying true to his New York roots.
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Bronx Native, Jo Bread wants you to “Dream About It”
Hailing from West Fordham, Bx, Jo-Bread is a New York native artist who dropped a music video for his latest release, ‘Dream About It’ directed by D.R.I.V.E Films.
Check out the video below and follow Jo-Bread @westfordhambread. Please remember to check out www.jobreadgvng.com
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East Coast Duo, 4 Real Light Up the Streets With Their New Mixtape/Ep, #4Matic
When you are seeking a storyline behind the everyday struggle – Hip-Hop Duo of 4 Real, De_Graaf & J-Don are the solution. The storyline to be heard is on their most recent compilation, 4Matic. The 11-track mixtape/EP has several talented producers like Two4Flex, Easy European, Decicco; just to name a few.
De_Graaf, who grew up in Elmont NY has always had a passion for music since a young child. Some of the East Coast influences included Nas, 50 Cent, Jay-Z and Biggie Smalls. Often many misconstrued De_Graaf’s passion for music as a hobby. Someone told him “You Should Take This Serious,” and this inspired him to channel his energy into making it a reality. At that moment, he partnered with J-Don to create a solid plan to reveal to the world.
The other half of 4 Real, J-Don was born In Flatbush, Brooklyn; but raised In Elmont, NY. The love that J-Don has for music can be heard in his delivery. Growing up during his elementary school days, During breaks, He & his friends would rap in the back of the class. This is where he earned the name “Jada” for his resemblance to “Jadakiss” & his impeccable bars inspired by his favorite rapper “Meek Mill.” For the record, J-Don has a story to tell, and he wants you to experience it.
J-Don & Graaf has put in work and often spent many days writing over beats. They both realize that it was time to take things to the next level. The 4 Real duo plan to present the “Real” in Hip-Hop with their aspiring vocals and uptempo beats. Both De_Graaf and J-Don have a desire to create a new sound in the rap industry.
Don’t forget to check out their debut first project “4Matic”. It is streaming on Apple Music, Spotify, DatPiff and other digital music outlets everywhere.
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