Fresno, CA Hip Hop Artist Michael ‘BluEyez’ Carter wants to uplift his community; including the youth, with positive messages that can be heard on his new album, “Long Road Home” which features well known artists like X-Raided, Fashawn, Kontraban, G-Killa, Sophia Ruby and more all over Northern CA from Sacramento to The Bay and Central Valley. BluEyez Shoots his third video, “Struggling Youth” at Melody Park in Fresno, CA inviting local youth to be in the video while feeding them lunch.
“It is no wonder that his new song, “Ride with Me” featuring Nytelife, C.E.O. of Tent City Recordings out of Oakland, CA is poppin’ with fresh bars. Shayn comes with it lyrically bringing a melodic double-time delivery while keeping it real with Nor-Cal flava where he is from.” ~ Aaris A. Schroeder, UBO MAG – Editor-In-Chief
Daniel Keane, hailing from the UK’s latest track “Lose U,” released May 29, is a beachy-bop about long-distance relationships.
RonDavoux Records DLabrie recently made his journey to Asia to perform as he frequently does. This year was a different experience as he found himself not only recording his, “UP” video in Japan but was incarcerated during the time that CoronaVirus was beginning to emerge.
Seattle, WA rapper’s Trevionne’s new singles “At The Bank,” is one of his latest project showcasing his progression as an artist and the journey he has been on. “At The Bank” highlights his stance in the lyrics of this song.
This episode of The Green Scene TV is about equity programs that are being given out across the country. In the second episode, Cannabis Journalist and founder of The Green Scene TV, Brent Green gets vital information about criminalizing cannabis farmers in the past.
“Mid9os,” in theatres starting Oct. 19 is a film that Jonah Hill did not perform in but was the first he directed is receiving rave reviews from Day Time and Evening TV Show Circuits along with publications such as COMPLEX Magazine.
Saturday, March 10, I had the good fortune of attending “E.N.D. FR8 Project; a docu-style film all about freight train graffiti art at the infamous Colonial Theatre in Oak Park, a sub-division of Sacramento, CA.
Editorial By C.R.A.S.H. Green
March 15, 2018
Saturday March 10, I had the good fortune of being able to attend the E.N.D. FR8 Project in Sacramento. I heard about the event while on a small island in Hawaii through a friend of mine who actually helped promote the event. Being a HipHop veteran from the south side of Chicago, I was eager to see what this event had to offer.
What Does “Faded” Mean, Mr. West? By Aaris A. Schroeder Editor-In-Chief Kanye West suprisingly released, “Faded” (The Life of Pablo) … More