Check out Just 2 Black Brother’s Podcast Featuring Podcast Host Taj Longino

Po Politickin’s “Just 2 Black Brothers” with Pharaoh Po & DJ Period podcast show featuring UBOENT Podcast Client, Taj Longino, who hosts Taj Longino Show. He has a great story about being from College Park, GA (now Indianapolis, IN) and his history in podcasting and interviewing celebrities on the red carpet and in the studio.

Financial Advisor Jim Vitou Features on The Taj Longino Show

Taj Longino “educates through entertainment,” his business slogan and words he lives by. Check out today’s show features financial advisor and coach Jim Vitou who helps to train, develop, empower and help people make better decisions about their financial future.

Verzuz Takes The Night: Dipset Vz. The Lox Battles Out ‘Real Hip Hop’

By Jhantu RandallStaff Writer Verzuz Battles, held in the Mecca of Hip Hop at Madison Square Garden was created by … More

A Story of ‘Homelessness’ & ‘Go Fish’ with METAPHYSICAL – Straight From The Golden Era

This is the story of Philip Singer, a Los Angeles, CA-based emcee and battle rapper who goes by the moniker METAPHYSICAL.

METAPHYSICAL’S newest single, “Kept Dumb” also on the project “Homelessness,” is the narrative hat METAPHYSICAL lives by while struggling, remembering what is important in life and where he stands spiritually. The song expels the idea that the media keeps people ‘dumb’ so that they can’t see clearly what is really going on behind closed doors.  

Busta Rhymes Featuring Swizz Beatz ‘NY S***t’ Remix By Chill Treez & Jack B.

As a Hip Hop fan and Journalist, I can appreciate Chill Treez and Jack B releasing a remix to “New York S***t.” The best way to describe this remix is by reiterating the dopeness of Hip Hop’s golden years with an updated flavor that will still have you rocking out like we used to. Redman calls this type of sound “90 Now.”

‘Welcome To Me:’ Nia-Chanel

Singer-songwriter, Nia-Chanel’s music on “Welcome To Me,” is rather unassuming which makes the EP project that much more refreshing which can be seen her day job, working as a florist in Tacoma, WA where she spends mornings putting arrangements together with eclectic jazz music playing over the speakers giving the shop a calming atmosphere.

‘Life Is Pretty Jelly’ with David Parsons III

“Starting over is not always easy, however for Kauai-island based singer-songwriter David Parsons III, it was detrimental to his health and in turn, he was able to start anew, open up his own home studio DEPIII Music Group & Studios and in-turn to produce and release ‘island-style’ music to help relieve his soul.” — By Aaris A. Schroeder | UBOMAG Editor-In-Chief