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The Buzz

Urban Buzz Factor Artist Spotlight: Bianca Njie – “Street Boy”

Jesse Atkinson: What is the significance of your stage name? Bianca Njie: Bianca is my middle name. JA: Who is your target market? Bianca Njie: Black and white female/male 16-25 who have grown up with Hip Hop, have an appreciation for other cultures and they know the struggle. My fans are unpredictable. If they are […]

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Rapper Cheekz Makes Massive Impact with “Mass Destruction”

Eclectic, mesmerizing, and dynamic are the adjectives being used to describe the buzzing New England based Rapper Cheekz. At times brilliant and at times daring, Cheekz is relentlessly engaging. Through the effortless sounds of his distinct vocals, Cheekz is carving out a musical style of his own. He creates genuine, multifaceted songs that take the […]

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Urban Buzz Factor Artist Spotlight: K.I.D – “Richie Rich”

Cutting edge and explosive are the words that best describe Rap rebel K.I.D (Knowing I’m Dope). The dynamic Latin emcee is taking the independent music world by storm. His music combines raw intensity and originality with hard hitting beats. With an impeccable delivery and unmatched cadence, K.I.D storms the Hip hop scene with unique passion […]

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Urban Buzz Factor Artist Spotlight: Emcee SES Da Great

Jesse Atkinson: Give us some background info as to who you are. SES Da Great: My name is SES Da Great. I’m an emcee, producer, leader, activist, architect and entrepreneur. I was born and raised in Newburgh, NY. JA: What is the significance of your stage name? SDG: My stage name is SES Da Great. […]

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Urban Buzz Factor Artist Spotlight: Recording Artist Real Chop Clark

  Jesse Atkinson: What is the significance of your stage name? Real Chop Clark: Chop is a throwback salute to the Jazz musicians of old. Back in my father’s day, you didn’t have “skills” you had ‘Chops”. I started using it in the professional kitchen and it just kinda stuck. I guess it works for […]

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