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The Social Experience......Helping the Unsigned Artist Get Heard!!!
Invited Special Guest
Guest Panel Speaker: DefJam A&R Michael Neely
Looking for Artists to Sign
ONE Artist Will Receive a Major Distribution Deal
Featured in the Next Issue of Poze Magazine
Michael Neely AMG Music
Former label executive, currently a #DefJam A&R I have been in the business of music going on 30 plus yrs now. I have developed and mentor many artist from country music to rap, and hip-hop, also Rnb.
ABC (Another Bad Creation ), Salaam The All Mighty, Bam Bam, Kebo Cyrus,Justin Blake Cma, BizzyBone, Dave Holister, Twista, Do or Die, Raz B, Dougie Fresh, Men At Large, Bizzare (d12) Webbie, Lloyd, KeKe Wyatt,112,Ja Rule,Ludacriss,8Ball&MJG,Bone Thugs N Harmony, Too short, Lil Flip, Flava Flav, Juvinile, Webbie, TrillVill, Lil Kim, Chico BB.King, Public Announcement, JoJo&KC, DMX,BG, Whodini, Slim From CashMoney, David Banner, Debarge, LiL Boosie, these are just to name a few
Upcoming interview on poze and VaMo Radio
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Featured Guest and Performer
Mary Lane Chicago Blues Legend
A longtime staple of Chicago's West Side blues circuit, singer Mary Lane was born November 23, 1935 in Clarendon, Arkansas. After honing her skills in local juke joints in the company of Howlin' Wolf, Robert Nighthawk, Little Junior Parker and James Cotton, Lane BB.King relocated to Chicago in 1957; backed by Morris Pejoe, she soon cut her debut single "You Don't Want My Lovin' No More" for the Friendly Five Label
POET JUST ROBERT
“I’ve always had a love and passion for singing ever since I was a little girl. Touching the lives of others though my music inspires me to continue my journey for God’s glory until the end.” Angel Sessions
The road to success hasn’t been easy, but after 20 or more years in the music industry, Angel Sessions has proven she is in it to stay. Angel started out early on as an R&B recording artist. Before her first deal with Pittmoble/Ichiban records and Volt Records, Angel was traveling to Guam, performing at the Grammy’s pre-party’s in Los Angeles, and performing at the same venue with acts such as The Whispers, H-Town, Teena Marie, James Brown, Eric Benet and many more.
She performed also on many local Television stations in the Bay Area and was interviewed on local radio programs shows. Angel Sessions writes all of her own lyrics. “Ever since I can remember, I’ve always wrote songs of love to my heavenly Father. It was a gift God has given me along with the ability to sing.” Angel began singing in church. She was one of the lead singers that would perform a special song when called on. After years of local performances in the Bay area and the Los Angeles area, Angel was introduced to a producer/songwriter Fred Pittman that would take her career to the next level. In 1998, she signed a deal with Pittmoble Records distributed by Ichiban Records. She released her first album entitled “Introducing Angel”. Her first single release, “She was never her” got radio airplay on over 80 BDS stations
and was received well. The buzz about Angel was beginning to spread and many people in the music industry was hearing the name, Angel Sessions. Ichiban sold the company in 1999. Angel was introduced to the Vice President of Fantasy Records, Phil Jones.
Silke Berlinn/Damn Kids
5 Members Silke Berlinn/Damn Kids
Damn Kids/HAMMERBRAIN/ AL LANDESS-PAUL ENA KOSTABI-GLENN KEARNEY-DAVE LINDSAY-NED LINSAY
Silke Berlinn, retro-punk vocalist known for her exceptional vocal range and the famous bands with whom she has been associated
I was born in Brasilia, Brazil I was born with the worst form of cleft-palate cleft lip, a portion of my nose and lip was missing and I endured 25 years worth of reconstructive facial surgeries to normalize my facial features. When I was a year old I went to Canada as a baby. I endured child abuse as a child and was removed from my parents and put in multiple group homes from the ages of 11 until 17 years old. When I was 17 years old I signed myself out of being a crown ward which is the equivalent of being a ward of the state. When I signed myself out I raised myself on the streets in Canada. I was a 17 year old prostitute, stripper, escort and lived a horrible lifestyle of all kinds of sin. I was an alcoholic who was a friend to all the drug dealers but I never did drugs and never had the desire to. When I was 19 I found that I was pregnant so I started to go to the same church as the producer BOI1da who produced Drake. At that time that church was called Church without Limits. I found God I found true Life. Then when I was 24 I met someone online who was affiliated with a major label who said they would help me get signed. For about a year we skyped, emailed, etc. One year before coming to the United States I had my last and final facial surgery of normalizing my facial features. Myself and my then 6 year old son left Canada and ended up in Los Angeles, California in March of 2013 and endured the horrors of Human Trafficking for 8 months until my now ex-husband rescued us. Although rescued I ended up endured 3 years of hell with severe domestic violence. I ended up having 2 babies back to back by my now ex-husband in 2014 and 2015 and unfortunately because I was to weak to leave my now ex-husband I lost my 3 beautiful sons permanently. After losing my children and leaving my ex-husband I regained my strength to go back to do making music. I wrote this song "Street Love" to represent abused women everywhere. I will honour my oldest son whom I came out to the United States with and make it in this industry so that he knows that we did not come here in vain.
SCOTTIE ARMONIE FIRST SUCCESSFUL BLACK INDEPENDENT FEMALE ARTIST IN THE WORLD"
Rebecca Grace Silva
I am a 23 year old singer-songwriter and actress!
I am passionate on sharing God's love with all through film and music!
Springfield Gardens, NY
Cara-Mel, whose real name is Dana Lawrence is a female artist representing the Baltimore/Washington Metropolitan area known best as the DMV. Her style can be best described as a blend of Hip Hop, Down South, and Dance meets Trap. Mel likes to sum it up as Conscious Trill.
The street promo song, “Broke” placed her on the map when it caught the attention of DJ SIDEREAL from Minnesota and landed a spot on the “Stamp of Approval” mixtape song bangers of the year in 2015. This song was written and recorded to reflect the frustrations of living check to check; which everyone can relate to at some point of their lives. Following her return to the music scene, she released “Back To The Grind;” a sneak peek of what was to come from the highly anticipated debut mixtape “Racial Profile.”
With dreams to utilize her gifts to demonstrate a positive perspective within the music industry, Cara-Mel is striving to incorporate her talent through networking and bringing change. As she states best, "Let your music speak for itself!" She is currently making her mark as she electrifies a new hip hop movement.