Getting to know Zeeno

Where are you from?

A: Brooklyn, NY

How long have you been doing what you’re doing and how did you get started in the first place?

A: I’ve been recording music for 25yrs now. Started out as a teenager in ’93.

Who were the first influences on your music and style?

A: Probably Method Man. MOP. Redman. Early Big Daddy Kane. I’ve always been a fan of dude that really rap.

In your opinion who is the most influential and successful artist in your genre today and why?

A:Well I believe success is unique for each person. So if record sells equal success to you then I would say Drake is the most successful at this time. Kendrick as well. I personally like the career of J. Cole. I love the live performance aspect of it and he’s constantly touring. So yeah, there’s a few examples of what I would consider successful.

What aspect of the music making process excites you most, and what aspect discourages you the most?

A: I really like performing to a live audience. The ability to create a moment with a stranger is exciting to me. I’m not a big fan of doing press.

In your experience thus far, what is the best piece of advice in this business you actually followed? And one you didn’t follow, but now know for sure that you should have?

A: The best advice I’ve been giving that i actually followed was to remain true to myself with my art. Don’t start doing things just for money. The best advice I’ve gotten that I didn’t follow immediately but wish I would have is forget about a record deal. Invest in yourself. I’m doing it now but had I listen to that advice 15yrs ago I’d be a lot further along in that journey.

Which ingredient do you think is most essential in making your sound and style the way it is?

A:Truth. I feel like as long as I put my truth in my art it will always be a reflection of some part of me.

What single are you currently pushing and what will you be dropping next?

A: Right now we are pushing “Zeeno & The G’z” feat. Fly Ty of the Rockboy G’z. The full self-entitled LP “Zeeno” will be available everywhere 5/7/2020.

What can fans expect from you in the future and where can they stay up to date on your movement?

A: Fans can expect me to continue to push the envelope as an artist. Also look for me to throw my hat into the executive game. Big Band Music Group is my production company and I plan to start laying the foundation down for that. Helping other artist achieve their own personal goals.

You can follow me on any of my social media platforms to stay up to date and in tuned with everything Zeeno.

Facebook: Zeeno51

Twitter: Zeeno51

IG: Zeeno51TIE

Prince Quez single “Etc” garnering fans worldwide


One of Brooklyn’s rising artists Prince Quez discovered his passion for music at a young age, some of his influences include Michael Jackson, Prince, Earth Wind and Fire, Stevie Wonder, R.Kelly, Usher and Ginuwine.

At the age of 15 he performed at different schools, prisons, shelters and hospitals incorporated under the Tony award winner choreographer George Faison. The program gave a group of inner-city kids a chance to learn how to act, dance and sing with a message of positivity. Prince Quez doesn’t like to label himself as just a R&B artist because he respects all music and makes music for audiences of all genres. He has satisfied the taste of some of music’s most discerning fans. His latest single “Etc” has received a lot of attention and he plans to make a video for the single after the quarantine ends. With talent, focus and drive you expect to hear a lot from this artist in the future.

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NTH3CRiB The Movement


NTH3CRiB is the premiere media platform and brand founded by Michael Terry along with his wife / business partner Alyscia Terry in Sept. of 2019 in the state of Georgia.  The concept for NTH3CRiB was initiated by being inspired by programs and stations such as ESPN, The Breakfast Club, Red Table, 85 South, The Joe Budden Podcast just to name a few.  The concept of the show is to give the audience an at home “in the crib” type of feeling and vibe hence the title NTH3CRiB.  The vastly growing media platform also hosts interviews from various entertainers, public figures, movers, shakers and prominent voices in the community and NTH3CRiB gives every single guest the red carpet treatment regardless of their background or status.  In the future the platform plans to include debates, skits, live performance segments and TV Shows to their programming.    Moving forward, NTH3CRiB plans to make a difference and impact in the community as well, creating job opportunities for others, working with the youth, collaborating with and assisting non profit organizations, Churches and charities.
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Ill Neil Drops New Heat, Check Out the Video Now



Hip Hop artist Ill Trill Neil recently released his latest video “Trillin Man” to anxious fans. Ill Trill Neil embraces the art of hip hop with music fused with versatility and his originality is unmatched. After discovering his passion for music at a young age he has been grinding to perfect his craft ever since. Some of his influences include Tupac Shakur, The Notorious B.I.G. and Big Pun to name a few. He is strapped with equal parts of sanctified and funkdafied for a battle to bring back real hip hop! Check out his latest video now!

Hot new single “Ride With Me” from Timmie Yng


Oklahoma hip hop artist Timmie Yng discovered his passion for music at a young age recording over cassette tapes and making mixtapes. He would also freestyle against older teens in high school. Hip hop is an art and a movement and Timmie Yng works hard to perfect his craft and make a name for himself in this oversaturated industry. Some if his musical influences include 2 Pac, Lil Wayne and Scarface to name a few.

His current project is the EP titled “Black Einstein” and his current single from the EP “Ride With Me” is capturing the ears of music most discerning listeners.

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MCG Dropping Real Hip Hop April 8th to Anxious Fans


In a world of cookie-cutter rappers it is a breath of fresh air when you come across an artist that truly embraces the essence of hip hop!

Bringing you the perfect fusion of smooth jazz and deep lyrical content over hard-hittin melodic beats New Jersey’s own MCG is clearly in a lane of his own. Every track he creates has a finely balanced vocal intensity ensuring the focus stays on his lyrical content. He discovered his passion for hip hop at a young age and has continued to stay in the lab to perfect his craft.

His upcoming release EP “So Great” from the EP “Therapy”  drops April 8th to anxious fans. The single is designed to inspire fans to never give up on their dreams and work hard to achieve them. It is an amazing track that truly touches the soul. MCG has clearly found a way to embrace the roots of hip hop which most artists miss the mark these days. With a lack of socially conscious artists these days MCG stands out from the crowd.

Be on the look out for more new music in the future, “So Great” is going to leave even the most discerning music fans yearning for more!


Slow Chemical releases new single “Streets Of Rage”.


Rapper, composer, indie film producer and comic book creator Slow Chemical has released his newest single and music video “Streets of Rage” (titled after the popular 90s Sega Genesis sides scrolling “beat ’em up” action video game series).  Streets of Rage has Slow Chemical spitting his fast paced, introspective lyrics and rhymes over a memorable melody and epic sonic backdrop.  The visuals match perfectly with Slow Chemical’s unique flow and also pays a little homage to the video game as Slow Chemical can be seen fighting with versions of himself on the street during the song’s intro.
Watch the video for yourself at the direct YouTube link above.
Get more updates on Slow Chemical at his official promo blog at http://www.SlowChemicalBlog.blogspot.com

Interview with Jordan “J-O” Hunter



Supastars:  What’s up Jordan “J-O” Hunter?
J-O:  Nothing much just chilling like a villain lol.
Supastars:  How would you describe yourself as an artist and rapper?
J-O:  I would describe  myself as Creative, open-minded, thoughtful, and natural.
Supastars:  Who are some of the artists that have influenced you artistically?
J-O:  Cassidy and J Cole. I say Cassidy because sometimes I would battle rap coming up and Cassidy was known for having heavy punchlines. That’s  how he influenced  me on the artist aspect because  I knew one day I want to become an artist. J Cole because I can relate to him on many personal  levels and he also raps its a conversation with you, and i like listening to artists that their music is talking to me. 
Supastars:  What type of beats bring out the best in what you do?
J-O:  Them soul type beats really speak to me. It gives me that feel to focus on the art form of music. 
Supastars:  Speaking of beats, who are some of the producers you’ve worked with?
J-O: I honestly do internet beats but looking forward to really working with a couple producers such as Low key beats and couple more I won’t name till things are set and stoned
Supastars:  Who are some of the producers you would like to work with in the future?
J-O: I worked with artist Ty Mula, and Rejected Kin
Supastars: Speaking of collaborations who are some of the artists you’ve worked with?
J-O:  I would like to work with J. Cole if he’s still open to features lol. I say J. Cole because of the influence he had on my life and how much he helped me get through things. I want to experience what really makes J. Cole great and working with him would be the best possible way. 
Supastars:  What inspired you to pursue a career as a recording artist in the first place?
J-O:  It all started in 1811 East Fayette Street Apt 2B Syracuse, NY where all I had was card games, Saturday morning cartoons and MTV 2. I use to watch Sucka Free Sunday 20 countdown with Lala and DJ Clue.  Seeing artists in videos and looked like they were enjoying their lives inspired me to become an artist. 
Supastars:  You also go by the name W.A.S., what does it stand for and why’d you go with it?
J-O:  W. A. S.  Stands for Weird and Successful because of people’s perception of me and if I’m not successful now I will be!
Supastars:  What does J-O stand for?
J-O:  J-0 is just stands for the 1st 2 letters of my first name (Jordan)
Supastars:  What projects are you currently working on?
J-O:  I’m currently about to start the process of my 1st EP “Day I Been Waiting For” TBA at the moment but that’s what project I’m currently working on.
Supastars:  What can listeners expect on your upcoming projects?
What are some of the topics you address or subjects that you speak on, on the upcoming project?
J-O:  Expect to hear some soul, pain, pain, and I can’t forget I got a jam maybe 2 for the ladies lol
Supastars:  What has been the biggest highlight of your career so far?
J-O:  Honestly I haven’t had a “biggest” yet that right there is yet to come.
Supastars: What has been your worst experience in the music industry so far and how did you bounce back from it, or what did you learn from it? 
J-O:  Being too generous when it comes to helping out artist I invested in artists that didn’t want to follow through on they end and what I learned let people show you how they work and you’ll see where you stand with them.
Supastars:  Where do you see yourself in the next five years in the music industry?
J-O:  Where I see myself in 5 years???  I see myself as an A&R not much of an artist working with other artists to better themselves and I will be doing mini docuseries who knows lol 5 years will be here before you know it lol
Supastars:  Is there anything you would like to mention that we didn’t speak on already?
J-O:  No I think everything I said today was it
Supastars:  Is there anyone you would like to shout out or plug?

I like to shout out SB,  Ty Mula, Rejected Kin, Jay Staccs,  Ace Adams, Big Smoke, Jonathan Coleman, the whole media blast team, Jeloni, walker, Mike, Nate, Braydon, Yung Ellis (up and coming artist) Skizzo, and Nickle Plated. DBD Jay,  Jmark Beats, Broboi, my bro Cam and can’t forget the big bro Skinner

A candid interview with artist Ero Seagull



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

ES: I released my album the June that passed with EMI and Amour Records and it took me one year to finalise the album. Before that I had won the Judges round in the Off The Beaten Track category in the Peoples Music Awards and had gone to the venue Scala in London to give my first gig. It was the greatest feeling and I knew then that that is where I belong, in the music industry.



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

To be creative and do the jump. There are no obstacles other than our own selves and our insecurities. I would ask them to face their daemons write about them and never stop never stopping. They have to go to the depths of their soul and they shall be successive. We only have one chance as Eminem says.


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

It’s exciting to create new music!


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

I just get an idea about something and I write about it and then do the composition with the help of my friends or by myself.


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

I like to simplify life and make new steps. I believe in God and say my prayer when I feel like it and try to be the best version of myself. With this virus the only thing I can say to myself is that there is magic on the other side of fear.  


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

I like listening to my album lately and the song I put on every time I ignite the engine is What’s in a Romeo it awakes my senses. 


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

I want to create my new single called My Baby and then start on my new album. When everything has gone back to normal I will do my gig on Temple Athens and two video clips for What’s in a Romeo and My Baby.


Q: What was your most memorable performance to date?

My most memorable performance to date has been in Stoa Fexi Project Space where I did for Sounds Good a mini gig and everyone was loving it. 


Q :How can we follow you on social media?

You can follow me on my Facebook Page or my Instagram page. I update them both with my news. 





For my music these are the links:



Spotify: bit.ly/eroseagull


Pusha Preme, A Man Of Many Talents!

Pusha Preme blends his inter-city heritage and creative imagination, to create a musical journey that is equal parts energetic and raw. Pusha Preme has cemented himself as a reputable performer. With a diverse array of sounds and obviously looks, Pusha Preme continues to create musical experiences that echo inspirations from his life.

Pusha Preme initially started music at a very young age. So creating music comes natural to the Emcee. Since high school, he knew, “Music is something I could never grow fatigue of.” It only makes sense, he has gone on to produce many great eccentric performances, tracks and the beautiful masks each switches up every performance. Making these masks by hand, shows he dedication to his craft. He has created magical experiences with various underground artists around the Bay Area. Though many have inspired his career, there are some key people in the Bay area that has helped him get his foot in the door. Aych, Reachingnova, Dj Knox, King JB, and Tampa as a whole, can attest to not only has every mask changed everytime, but no performance has been the same. An experience with every encounter, is Pusha Preme.
Now when it comes to fashion, Pusha Preme says, “Vaughn, My Man Crack and NYCGOTSOLE,” has pushed him to keep being artistically consistent. Creating that unforgettable experience is one of Pusha Preme’s main focus. Outside of the music that captivates you, you will notice the mask that the artist wears first. You will notice the details of the mask and wonder what the back story of it all. Inspired by the lyrical wizardry of Jay – Z, Nipsey, Kanye and more, Pusha Preme’s next logical step in his journey saw him return to something more than just music creation. He had to focus on his own artistry. The masks allows Pusha to be a different character, each mask. Nothing close to just a fashion statement, but creating an experience every time for his audience too. For Pusha Preme, music serves as a vehicle through which he uses to stimulate people’s feelings through a cohesive blend of thought-provoking lyrics and deep, cinematic visuals on stage.
It wasn’t long before Pusha Preme released a slew of hard-hitting singles, that charted him on iTunes twice. Amongst charting, he has been placed on Mieux and FEEME Feature Magazine. He has also thrown 2 sold out concerts, opened for industry veterans like MadeInTyo, Cyhi the Prince, Joe Budden, T-Pain, Snow the Product, Alfred and others. Tampa now has an urban street wear exclusively for the culture of Tampa. This streetwear further shows the artist’s artistic longevity in the industry. Pusha Preme’s artistic passion is fuelled by music’s veritable capacity to heal, unite and inspire. Art has pulled him out of some of his darkest days, and his hopes to bring that gift to you, the listener, ignites the fire that keeps Pusha Preme creating.
So what’s next for Pusha Preme? Well as a fan, you must know he is always working on something. Always in the studio creating magic. Currently working on his next 2 projects due to release later this year, he is also dropping new clothing lines for summer and fall with the Prop Clothing and Tampa Brand. To find out more about Pusha Preme’s music and get your daily dose of inspiration, head over to his Instagram @PushaPreme or search Pusha Preme on Apple Music, Spotify, Tidal, YouTube, Pandora, Soundcloud or any other major streaming services. Keep in touch for more shows, festivals and charity events to come.