Michelle Magee

Getting To Know International Artist Gabbi Music


  • What drew you to the music industry?


  • I have been doing music whole my life. I started to play violin when I was 4 years old and music became a big part of my life since then.


  • Who are you inspired by?


  • I prefer to say what, cause I feel that I have so much to say and express. That’s kind of my own feeling to write, play and sing my emotions out. Of course many artists are good example, but I want to do my own thing.


  • Please explain your creative process
  • I start with lyrics, just writing down feelings, emotions, things that I see around me, then I arrange chords and the melody is the last part. Sometimes some melody comes to my mind and everything starts from there. It’s nice to have company when creating something new so we can share feelings and make everything working great.




  • What’s an average day like for you?


  • Well just now I’m working as a teacher in elementary school so big part of my day goes there. As a single parent I have also many other responsibilities, but music is always my passion, so I try to sing, play and create as much as possible.


  • Is there a hidden meaning in any of your music?


  • Well in some songs you can find lyrics that tell the story where could be hidden some things for certain people. They’ll know those signs. 😉


  • Do you collaborate with others? What is that process?


  • Yes of course, that’s very big part of the process, you’ll get new ideas or improvements that you maybe didn’t notice by yourself. The process depends about the situation and is different every time.


  • Please discuss how you interact with and respond to fans


  • Social media is a very important way to get in touch with people. I get many messages on Instagram and Facebook and try to answer them all. Also people come to talk to me in the street or after gigs.


  • What is your favorite part about this line of work? Your least favorite? Why?


  • I love all of this <3 Sometimes when work is in the middle and I don’t get in done, it bothers me. Just then collaboration with other musicians is very important.


  • Have you ever dealt with performance anxiety?


  • Oh yes, many times. But I think it’s part of the process. You get adrenaline and then you have the right drive to do your best at the stage.


  • Tell me about your favorite performance venues


  • I like quite small places where audience is close. The feeling is really intimate and you can sense people’s reactions very well.


  • What advice would you have for someone wanting to follow in your footsteps?


  • Find your passion and then practice, practice and practice. Collaborate with other musicians and follow your heart. Don’t you never ever give up on you dreams! Love you all!



Kati Vaarasuo ”Gabbi”
Gabbi Music
+1-310-404-8861 (US)
+358-50-331-9390 (FI)
Twitter: www.twitter.com/gabbimusicx @gabbimusicx
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“The Geneva Convention” Comic Book and Song
Rapper / comic book creator Slow Chemical (comic book pseudonym “Ryan White”) is changing the game with his latest comic book release “The
Geneva Convention” and the single to accompany the comic of the same name.
The Comic book for The Geneva Convention chronicles the adventures of Reyah Khan, a former CIA agent loving her life when her past comes back to haunt and attempt to kill her.  She goes on a mission with her friend Chase to put an end to an old
enemy while thwarting a billion dollar sex ring.  The comic is very colorful and action packed and you can check out a direct link to The Geneva Convention comic at the direct link below on Amazon
The song named after the comic to cross promote Slow Chemical AKA Ryan White’s talents is just as neat and well written as the pages of the comic!  The beat brings out some of the best in Slow Chemical lyrically and prompts him to deliver a stellar performance.  Listen to the full song at this direct link
Get more updates on the rapper / comic writer Slow Chemical at http://www.SlowChemical.blogspot.com


In a world of cookie cutter rappers and formulated music, Chicago’s DLOW is a symbol of hip hops purest form. His latest project he has curated is the single “Need It More.”
DLOW has satisfied the ears of the most discerning music fans, his melodic flow and charismatic approach in “Need It More” is the perfect blend of R&B infused with Hip Hop. This is an artist with the work ethic of a seasoned industry vet full of raw energy and talent determined to win. Maybe its the fact the city he’s from produces tough hearted individuals whose dreams exceed their expectations.
DLOW is certainly setting the bar high for other artists and is predicted to become a very influential force in the urban music world.
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Excite your imagination, read ”Dragons in the Clouds” The greatest Dragon story ever told!



1.What literary pilgrimages have you gone on?

I did a one on one training for 6 months straight. Co-writing my first screenplay called, ”The adventures of Captain Sea”.


2.What is the first book that made you cry?

I can’t say a book has ever made me, they have made me happy and thoughtful. I find this question interesting, the fact that I can’t remember ever crying.


3. What is the most unethical practice in the publishing industry?

I don’t have the experience to make that call or judgement. I know of unethical practices in the Entertainment biz, but somehow I do not think they are the same. similar but definitely not the same.


4. Does writing energize or exhaust you?

Both actually, energizing when you’re in the zone. storyline falls into place like magic. Exhausting when you have to make sense of the words you put down, keeping all the characters engaged. Having plateau’s met and then on to the next chapter.


5. What are common traps for aspiring writers?

Thinking that you have to start at a beginning of the story. Using common or over used genre’s.


6. Does a big ego help or hurt writers?

Depends on the individual. What some call an ego, others may call confidence. And we all know confidence is the most important thing one can have.


7.What is your writing Kryptonite?

To be taken seriously. The security of being able to make a living.


8. Have you ever gotten reader’s block?

I would have to say, yes I have. If the story is slow or lacks exciting scenes. I will put down the book. I can deal with terrible character development in a story but not the other way around.


9. Did you ever consider writing under a pseudonym?

Actually yes. I have considered using ”Carlo Cloud” What do you think?


10. Do you try more to be original or to deliver to readers what they want?

Original! By far. Originality is what I am all about.. Readers thirst for original stories. I think that is what all writers dream of and inspire for, originality.


Author David Blair is excited to announce his latest work “Dragons In The Clouds” to anxious fans! This is going to be epic and predicted to become a screenplay. Stay up to date for the upcoming release date and opportunities to preorder!


‘’Dragons in the Clouds’’ is an epic adventure that takes place during a time when Dragons were alive and freely roamed the land.  The people during this time were getting eaten by a vicious species of Dragon. The ruling King finally orders the total annihilation of all living dragons. A powerful wizard, named Merlinus, who is a friend to the king, does not agree with the Kings order, for Merlinus knows all Dragons are not what they seem.

So, he does what he must to protect a family of Dragons that he had befriended. And to protect his Dragon friends, Melinus performs the spell of weightlessness and tells the Dragons to fly up and to hide in the cover of the Clouds.  An unforeseen ability of the Dragons weightlessness spell is that a Dragons fire now looks like that of lightning and their roar is like that of thunder. Melinus tells the Dragons to live within the clouds and to only come down at night to eat.  An apprentice to the wizard who has grandeur of his own has a plan for Dragons that he has hidden deep within a mountain cavern. Now enters a widowed mother, her young boy, who had also befriended a dragon, though a very young one.

They suddenly find themselves caught between the Kings order and a battle that has begun between two species of Dragons. A battle that would determine control of the skies above the Kingdom of Albian.  This Apprentice’s plan has consequences that may bring the Kingdom and perhaps the very world we live in today to a devastating end.

Getting To Know Rapper Skinny Hardaway


Q:   First of all tell us about the start of your professional career?

I actually only started making music 2016 around June. THIS IS THE START basically I was new to the entire process of music that’s too the writing and recording; but don’t let that fool you I grew up around music always had a love for it and well educated on the subject I dropped my 1st mixtape February of 2017 titled “Draft Day on Spinrilla, shortly after in December 2017 I dropped my 2nd tape also on Spinrilla called “Never Again” also released “Draft Day 2” June of 2018 and got a project I plan on dropping sometime November Im not playing around. I want everybody to know I’m new but I mean business


Q:  What advice would you give to beginners who are nervous?

Best advice I could ever give any artist especially in the beginning is learn to block our negativity, take constructive criticism but block out any Negative energy, don’t expect people to support you in your journey just because they are your friend or they been knowing rather you been showing love to them or not some people don’t wanna see you do better and most importantly don’t quit above all


Q:When you decide it’s time to make a new record, is that more exciting or stressful?

Making new records is where I have the most fun as a artist right now, it’s something about getting that blank canvas and painting what ever picture your feeling it’s a proud kids 1st day of school type feeling lol  when you finish writing or laying a record you know gone smash. That’s a good feeling mane


Q: How easily do songs tend to come to you?

Well honestly some come quick and others take time it’s more of a feel thing and also how you approach it some songs I just let my feel take over and go with the flow others I go in with a pint to make and I may wanna make sure I get it across. It’s really a song to song feel thing with me it could take 5 minutes or 5 days you know


Q: What’s your motto or the advice you live by?

I got 2 1: Put out into the world the things you wanna receive, another way of putting it would be what goes around comes around, you get what you give ya know? And 2: I live by these words Adopted by an Memphis rapper who was murdered in 2012 “Mack Kane”  “BE BENEFICIAL NEVER ARTIFICIAL” and that just mean, Be somebody people can count on and never be fake, like it’s a saying “if you ain’t useful you useless” same thing. If it ain’t BENEFICIAL it’s ARTIFICIAL


Q: What is you favorite song to belt out at the bar/in the car right now?

Favorite song right now? I don’t really listen to many rappers since I been making the music myself but I gotta keep it real I find myself bumping anything produced by “TayKeith” his beats be slapping anything anybody do on his beats have me rocking he ain’t s artist but the common factor in my favorites songs are his beats it gotta be something to that.


Q :What are your future goals as a music artist?

Goals for the future imma keep it 100 short and sweet, a lot of people say I do this for fun, don’t get me wrong it’s fun but I wanna be the best, I wanna make a living outta this all I can ask is I keep improving and making progress as long as I’m climbing and improving that’s all any artist could want


Q: What was your most memorable performance to date?

Ok so I got booked for this party it was a few other artists performing too Swagg Jazz is a known female rapper from Memphis she was head lining I was the opener so I come in the crowd had looked out of it like they had been waiting I walk in viutrally an unkwon to perform so I give the Dj my set he start the music the beat dropped I swear I spit 12 words and the crowd went crazy they loved it surprised me and I think I surprised them that was me notable for me because it was my 1st show


Q : How can we follow you on social media ??

IG : Skhardaway

Twitter: Skhardaway

FaceBook: Skinny Hardaway

You tube : Skinny Hardaway

My latest music is on Spinrilla

“Draft Day 2” & “Never Again”



Atlanta Rapper 2Playa Drops New Mixtape To Awaiting Fans!


Arising from the westside of Atlanta rapper 2playa is one of the hottest upcoming rapper out of Atlanta, with hit songs such as “Karma” ft Dae Dae and “Big Ole Bankroll” Ft Yung Booke 2playa have since dropped 3 mixtapes in one summer with his recent mixtape entitled “Dont Worry i Got Em 2” he is here to stay with furious bars and metaphors he has been consistent with hot music !
INSTAGRAM- @2blessed_2playa


Mymixtapez- Listening to @2playa ‘Dont Worry i Got Em 2’ using My Mixtapez app https://mymixtapez.com/album/184346

Rone Da StreetPoet One Of Hip Hop’s Finest



Rone Da StreetPoet. In a world of cookie cutter rap artists and formulated music,  this guy Rone is a symbol of hiphop’s purest form. He would rather curate a great project instead of pushing singles and propaganda. He would rather grind hand to hand, ear to ear than wait to see who’s watching his moves. At his performance at SXSW 2017, Rone proved he can keep up and outshine acts with honesty and emotion. Maybe it’s the fact the city he’s from produces tough hearted individuals whose dreams exceed their expectations, Racine Wisconsin. “Ball til u fall” is the mentality here, and Da StreetPoet has seen so many fall before him, he structured his mindset to never fall and become a great mc in the process, dreaming higher than what the norm may be, turning his dreams to reality. His new project “Memoirs” is available now.

Jonny Bell Drops Dope New Video “Bad Ass Jawn”


One of the most versatile and energetic recording artists in the music industry Jonathon Bell, known by his stage name “Jonny Bell” dropped his latest video “Bad Ass Jawn”.  Jonny has captivated the ears of some of the most discerning listeners! Growing up in Exton, Pennsylvania, a suburb located 30 minutes outside the city of Philadelphia making his hometown proud.  He discovered his love of music at a young age playing the electric guitar.  Legendary guitarists like Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughn, and Eric Clapton were all inspirations.

“Hip hop started for me in the back of a ford escort, rhyming to classic instrumentals and repeatedly listening to albums by Talib Kweli, Common, and Kanye West”, Jonny explains. It only took a couple years in college pursuing a civil engineering degree to realize his true destiny was to be the next influential voice in Hop-Hop culture.


Purchase his music here: http://itunes.apple.com/album/id1220663061?ls=1&app=itunes

Stay Up To Date On His Movement:

Twitter: @realjonnybell

Instagram: @realjonnybell

Facebook: @realjonnybell


Mashpee Artists Receive Top Nominations in 2018 Native American Music Awards


Voting Now Open for the 2018 NAMA. Among The Top Nominees are “Ask Yo Mama” – The GroovaLottos ‘Best Pop Recording’ and “Flippin” – Soul Poet’s Syndicate ‘Best Music Video’.
NIAGRA FALLS, NY – Monday night the Native American Music Association announced to top nominees for the 2018 Native American Music Awards and once again, Liberation Multimedia recording artists are on the ticket!

The GroovaLottos and their 4x Grammy nominated album “Ask Yo’ Mama” can now add ‘Best Pop Recording’ by the Native American Music Awards to their accolades. In addition, the anti-opioid anthem from the collective Soul Poet’s Syndicate, “FLIPPIN” received top nominations for ‘Best Music Video’, marking the first time that two projects from the Mashpee Wampanoag community have been nominated.

album: ASK YO’ MAMA
artist: The GroovaLottos
producers: Mwalim DaPhunkee Professor & Eddie Ray Johnson
songwriter(s): MJ Peters
nominated Best Pop Recording 2018 NAMA

Category 29: Best Music Video (narrative)
music video: FLIPPIN’
artist: Soul Poet’s Syndicate – feat Young $umo, The ZYG 808, JJ Nice
producer: Morgan James Peters
director: Doug Pocknett, Jr.
nominated: Best Music Video

Liberation Multimedia recording artist and staff producer, Mwalim DaPhunkee Professor was the first Mashpee Wampanoag to receive nominations in “pop” and ‘World Music’ from the Native American Music Awards in 2010 for his album “The Liberation Sessions” and was the first Wampanoag to be a presenter at the award ceremony. He also received nominations in 2013 for his album “DEEP Soul Chants & Hollers” and in 2014 for “Awakened By A Noon Day Sun”.

Cast your vote in support of The GroovaLottos and Soul Poet’s Syndicate (Categories 16 & 28) by clicking the link below:

Bigg Cee on the rise!



From a small town called Cayce, SC on the Westside of Columbia, a recording artist named Bigg Cee is on the rise. Also a Writer and Performer of Hip-Hop/Rap music, he is well known in the city for his hood anthem “Cayce” and hard work.
  Influenced by Kool G Rap and Bun B among others, Bigg Cee has been writing music since a teenager. Obstacles like almost losing parents and run-ins with the law put a hold on music for a while. He jumped right back in dropping several mixtapes as well as a group album with longtime friend and producer that lead to his latest project, “ChefBoyarcee”.
 Constantly in the studio working and perfecting the God given talent he was born to share with the world. Shows outside and in the surrounding city’s keep his music consistently in the face of the people. Bars like the old days make him stand out from today’s artist. “If you’re going to do anything in life, do everythang big. Its never too late.”.