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How Artist Jeremiah Royall Makes Music Right In His Own Bedroom

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Thanks to modern technology, we get to enjoy life easier and more comfortably. We don’t even have to leave our own homes just to do daily tasks such as shopping, working, and communicating. Plus, with the COVID-19 pandemic, staying at home can lessen the risks of endangering our health. 

But even before we took to the safety of our own homes artist Jeremiah Royall has been maximizing his time indoors as he creates music in his bedroom. 

Combining Talent And Technology 

Jeremiah grew up in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, but now lives in Richmond Virginia. He was about 10-years-old when he started playing drums and that discovered his passion for music. 

“For a long time, all I wanted to do was produce music, but after about three years of countless hours in my room teaching myself how to make beats and melodies, I started to sing and rap on them,” he said. 

When he was in his junior year of high school, a friend of his showed him the fundamentals of creating beats. He then began using a free website to experiment and create new content. 

“I fully produce all my music and have never stepped foot in an actual professional studio. Rather, everything that I’ve put out has been made in my bedroom,” Jeremiah said. 

Presently, Jeremiah has over 20,000 streams on Spotify and had one of his songs, “Done Listening,” aired on the radio. It may seem small for now, but Jeremiah believes that these will be the start to new, significant successes. 

Sharing His Work 

Over the course of the years when he was making music, Jeremiah would share his early projects with close friends and relatives who constantly encouraged him to release these songs to the public. 

“After months of deliberation and thought, I put together “Free EP,” a compilation of my first three songs. I released this project in January of this year and received amazing feedback and response,” he shared.

Two months later, Jeremiah released his first single called “Transient.” 

Now, he is focusing on tapping into his emotions and deeper feelings and putting them down onto paper so that he can put forth authentic music for the people who need it. 

Jeremiah is now working on a video for “Transient” which will be released in the coming months. He’s also planning on releasing a few more singles throughout the year that he’s been working on recently. 

Learn more about Jeremiah through his social media accounts Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, and Twitter. Or listen to his music on Apple Music and Spotify

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An Inside Look At The Artist Mise The Prince

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Joseph A Sanchez, better known as Mise Da Prince, was born on March 1st, 1993 in New York. Mise was raised in Brooklyn’s Farragut Projects. When Mise was younger, he discovered football and became enamored with the New York Giants, the club that he grew up with. He aspired to be a professional athlete but was sidelined after suffering a knee injury during a game. In 2006, Mise became interested in music and particularly liked rap; he would spend his days watching rap videos. When he was injured, his mother saw his interest in music and recommended he give rapping a try. Following the guidance of his mother, Mise started rapping and recording a song with his cousins called “Can I Live” over a Black Rob rhythm. ‘Pride’ by Mise, his first EP, was published on SoundCloud to critical acclaim and included six new songs produced by professional beats. The next step for Mise was to perform his music all across the east coast, from New York City to Pennsylvania and North Carolina to South Carolina. Mise formed a band with his cousin, dubbed “Legal Hittaz.” Fast Fetti Ent, the label with whom they worked, was one of their partners. It was at that point that “Prince Of The City” published Mise’s first three studio albums, “You Know The Vibes” and “Respect My Pen.” More LPs and EPs have been released under his Meztheprod and Aechelon Records names since then. A billboard in Times Square and an article in the well-known magazine Rap Aechelon, which sold 9,000 copies on its own in the United States, both highlighted Mise’s music. Mise Da Prince just released the instant classic song “Streets Made Me,” from the clever lyrics to the lyrical wordplay, this album is going to be one for the history books.

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Prince Abbasi: Is Making Sure He Leaves His Mark Not Only In Music, But Also The Crypto World

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Prince Abbasi is an on the rise artist from Albany, New York. He has had an immense growth in his musical craft within the last couple of years absolutely honing in on his passion and making sure it becomes his career. Recently Prince Abbasi has released a new project titled Reallyfe Music Vol.1 which is under the handle Rahlow Triplefive that’s now an official collectors item as the project is no longer available on streaming platforms, but you can hear the songs from the project on YouTube on triplefivetv or if you google Rahlow Triplefive. 

Although a lot went into Reallyfe Music Vol.1 Prince Abbasi is working on a new album titled “The Death Of Rahlow Triplefive ”. This project will be released January 3rd of 2022. This is a huge success milestone. The first single from the project is called “Just Know” featuring Ave Washington which will be released officially October 15, 2021. The second single will follow suit and release November 15, 2021 right before the album debut. Prince Abbasi is also partnering with http://tag777.com/ to work on a NFT which is something that is steaming up in the crypto world. All in all he is working and staying consistent with his content. Prince Abbasi is an amazing individual who speaks the truth in all that he does and will continue to do so. He is definitely someone you want to check out and add to your playlists.

make sure you follow him on social media to keep up with all of his latest release dates and all news revolving around the brand.

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Rising Trap Punk Artist ‘Sick In This Second’ Releases First Studio Album

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 Love & Lust , or Chaos & Corruption? In the breath taking works of “Sick In This Second’s” first studio album “Lipstick & Dipspit” , he has provided the audience with a perception of her once perfect love story in the first half of the album or his life altering heartbreak via the second half of the album. ‘Sick In This Second’ has managed to score a full roster of notable Producers & Engineers behind his production. Hec Finesse of SCMFG The Label, Qadada The God (QTG Management), Gino Mathis with Avant Music Group, Joshua Sonnenfroh of Just Perfect Studios, Music Junkie (Producer & Album Feature), Cameron Becker with “Liberty Deep Down”, all in perfect unison of what is said to be one of the hottest trap punk albums out to date. Sick In This Second had a whopping 150k streams first month on “Lipstick & Dipspit”, independently. The album is available on all major streaming platforms.

“Its always fun working on projects with artists of other genres. The only feature on my album is “One Day”, Engineered by Music Junkie and also featuring a verse from him on the song. It stretched my comfort zone in ways I couldn’t further explore my sound otherwise.” Said ‘Sick In This Second’.

We asked Sick what he has in the works now that his first album is released. He told us “It’s a game of the people now. My audience seems to enjoy the album thus far into the release. Right now for me it’s mainly maintaining marketing, working on my clothing line which I previewed during my last iHeartRadio interview & finalizing my third jacket before the media tour this weekend at the ‘Eclipse Lounge’ with WePromoUsa. I’m also very grateful my song “PunkStar” charted Nigerian Billboard. Not to mention it was the first song I advertised on a physical billboard, haha, see how manifestation works?” Sick In This Second, added.

“Sick In This Second” explained how much this album release meant to him by and how it was hard for him to realize when the album was finished because art is never finished it’s only ever recycled. “Not to mention you can only release your first album once”, he says.

What content do you have in the fourth coming months for your fans & viewers?, we asked him. “My first mainstream music video will be filmed in November. So that will be coming soon. I have a national headlining tour with FNN FlexxGod popping off in late December / early January.”

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Be sure to keep up with his content and follow him. You will not be disappointed.

Contact information:
Name of contact : Jesse Blankenship
Email: sickinthissecond@gmail.com

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