Tag Archives: to whom it may concern

DEAR THE ARTIST WITH A POT BELLY! LEEEEEEEHHHHHHHH! OMG!!!!!!!

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN “Alcohol, sex, drugs-I’d do whatever it took to feel better. It was definitely going to kill me”-MJB The above quote from the undoubtedly Queen of RnB/HipHop Mary J Blige should sometimes remind we artists that sometimes the things we put into our bodies can really drive our direction from the spotlight into something our fans ...

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IT’S DISASTROUS AND DANGEROUS-BULLYING IS NOT ALLOWED IN HIP HOP; SO ARE CLOSET TWEETS!

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN “…Beef is hot like some steak in the oven…Did you see J’s page S.O?…why don’t you let the beast out of the cage S.O?….Leave me out…that ain’t what we about…when I heard I ain’t going to twitter/I examine myself like am supposed to do…I don’t wanna play someone am not like KiKi…pride comes before the ...

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Dirty jeans can be a good or bad fad in music videos- checkmate on your costume!

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN “If you don’t like something, change.If you can’t change it, change your attitude.” –Maya Angelou Boring and depressing music! That’s what I thought prior to listening to some new joint on the radio that one esteemed reader invited my ears for a treat. Immediately I searched for the song video I thought this record is ...

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If you want to be “Major” then try bring something Major on the table!

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN “Umafuna zambiri, ndipo wataya zambiri……n’chifukwa chake uli ndi mbiri”-Evison Matafale (Ragge legend) Let’s get straight to the point on this one; shout out to the man with Better everything, as he has finally joined the men’s club with his Kusasa Mawu video and brah! brah! brah! You and I agree he is a lyrical-miracle beast. ...

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DON’T TEST YOUR FANS’ PATIENCE, THEY’ TOO SMALL FOR YOUR BOOTS!

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN “You are no artist; you are what I will call a concept made to propagate their views ….you may not have voted if you know what they knew when they made that category where that trophy was going”- Royce Da 5’9”(dumb) from his album Book of Ryan Composure! Composure! That song was on repeat on ...

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LESSONS LEARNT FROM NYAU KING’S NORTHERN REGION TOUR

 TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN “Commercialize your talents or get ready to experience no growth in your music”-Tay Grin Not too long ago, the northern region had been experiencing drought in as far as urban music was concerned: talk of lack of events like shows, big parties with big wigs in the industry. There was even a time when one ...

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MUSIC IS DYNAMIC AND SO IS ITS RISING COST, BETTER KEEP UP!

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN “I observed the challenges most artists faced that lead to their downfall. I didn’t want to follow that path. I didn’t want that to happen to me” Ekcess So I met this other up and coming artist, full of ideas and at the same time talented, but as usual your SCC with an inquisitive mind ...

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Be creative or forget of changing the game

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN “Game tayiponyera kuthambo za magetsi”- Fredokiss More are the albums in the pipeline. Artists pushing their music on the corner as others are trying hard to fit in as we hit a new fiscal year, business wise. Who’s hot and who’s not? Who is toppling the charts? Who is losing it anyway? And what about ...

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Budding writers, you can’t be a James Chavula overnight. Patience is the mantra

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN “The fact is, there’s just as much of a learning curve on the business side of writing as on the craft side.”- Jeff Somers author of We Are Not Good People Did you see my byline in the newspaper on a so and so day? That’s what I heard one day as I pass by ...

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ON 50-FALL YEARS OF A CONTRADICTING URBAN MUSIC SCENE!

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN “Let’s face the facts: we are all members of a global syndicate, looting the world of its talent, devaluing creative works to the extent that artists feel it is okay to give it out for free.” –Qabaniso Malewezi (poet/music producer) It’s a celebration season of our independence, but what is there to celebrate musically? It ...

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