Business | Fashion | Entertainment | Marketing | Music Promotions - Music Clients Sun, 21 Jul 2024 19:25:22 +0000 Joomla! - Open Source Content Management en-gb Unveiling the Hot New Song: "The Voice" by George Ferrie featuring Emy Smith Unveiling the Hot New Song:

Are you a music enthusiast looking for the next big hit to add to your playlist? Look no further, because George Ferrie's latest song "The Voice" featuring Emy Smith is here to captivate your ears and soul. This dynamic collaboration between two talented artists is taking the music scene by storm and is sure to leave a lasting impression on listeners worldwide.

 Who is George Ferrie?

George Ferrie is a rising star in the music industry, known for his musical compositions and heartfelt lyrics. Hailing from Glasgow Scotland, George has always had a passion for music and a drive to make his mark in the industry. With a unique blend of pop and soul influences, George's music resonates with audiences of all ages and backgrounds.

Introducing Emy Smith

Emy Smith, the featured artist on "The Voice," brings her own flair and charisma to the song. With a mesmerizing voice and a magnetic stage presence, Emy is a force to be reckoned with in the music world. Her collaboration with George Ferrie on this track creates a harmonious blend of their individual talents, resulting in a truly unforgettable listening experience.

The Inspiration Behind "The Voice"

"The Voice" is a song that speaks to the power of self-expression and finding your true voice in a world that can often be overwhelming and challenging. The lyrics are thought-provoking and introspective, touching on themes of self-discovery, resilience, and the courage to speak your truth. George Ferrie and Emy Smith's emotive delivery brings these lyrics to life, making "The Voice" a song that resonates with listeners on a deep level.

How to Listen

If you're ready to experience the magic of "The Voice" for yourself, you can stream the song on all major music platforms! Listen to the song and let us know your thoughts.

]]> (Longe Magazine Staff Writer) Musicians Sat, 29 Jun 2024 15:34:33 +0000
The Drama Behind the Rhymes: Why Do Rappers Always Seem to be in Dispute? The Drama Behind the Rhymes

Rap music has always been a genre filled with raw emotions, powerful storytelling, and often, controversy. One of the most common and intriguing aspects of the rap industry is the presence of disputes, or what is commonly referred to as “rap beef.” From Tupac and Biggie to Drake and Meek Mill, rap beefs have been a staple in the industry, capturing the attention of fans and media alike.


But what exactly causes these disputes among rappers? Is it all about fame and ego, or is there something deeper at play? Let’s delve into the fascinating world of rap beef and uncover the root causes behind these conflicts.

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But here we go again with Kendrick Lamar and Drake is at it! They are taking me back when Tupac and Notorious BIG were at war for no reason. Tupac and Notorious BIG was one of the best storytellers when it came to rapping. But the media made a big spectacle to the point where it became East Coast against the West Coast and left two young men dead at an early age over nonsense. Now a year later here goes Kendrick Lamar and Drake pushing these tracks. Currently, Kendrick Lamar has several tracks dismissing Drake as a rapper.

The question remains, Why?

The Intriguing World of Rap Beef: Unveiling the Root of Disputes Among Rappers


Ego and Competition

One of the primary reasons behind rap beef is the innate sense of competition and ego among rappers. In a genre where lyricism and wordplay are highly valued, rappers often engage in battles to prove their skills and assert their dominance. This constant desire to be recognized as the best can lead to conflicts and disputes, as artists strive to outdo each other and establish their place in the rap hierarchy.

Misunderstandings and Misinterpretations

In the fast-paced world of rap music, misunderstandings and misinterpretations can easily escalate into full-blown disputes. Lyrics can be misinterpreted, comments can be taken out of context, and social media posts can be misread, leading to heated exchanges between artists. What may start as a simple misunderstanding can quickly snowball into a full-fledged rap beef, fueled by emotions and pride.

Personal Feuds and Past History

Sometimes, rap beefs are the result of personal feuds and history between artists. Whether it’s a long-standing rivalry, a history of betrayal, or unresolved conflicts from the past, personal animosity can drive rappers to engage in public disputes. These deep-rooted issues continue. How can one just put out music within the Rap Genre without it becoming a media fest build-up to start drama?
Listen to each Kendrick Lamar and Drake and ask yourself does this make any sense at all? Also, leave your feedback about the dispute.

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Aiyana-Lee Aiyana-Lee  New song My Idols Lied To Me

Aiyana-Lee's New Song "My Idols Lied To Me" is buzzing all over the radio and the internet. The song is released by Tha Lights Global. The Official Music Video is available to watch on all video platforms. Aiyana-Lee's song "My Idols Lied To Me" is heavily impacting Mainstream and Urban networks.

Aiyana-Lee has a powerful and unique voice that will bring her to the top! Her voice had the strength of a Toni Braxton when she first started and hit the charts immediately without questions. Aiyana-Lee is a singer the industry should pay attention to. Listen and watch her video and let us know your thoughts.

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You and Me You and Me

"You and Me" is a song that is a pleasure to listen to and is performed by Adrian Jauregui.  The song is well produced, and the vocals are in sync with the beat, providing the song with a great delivery as the beat complements the vocals. As part of the track titled "You and Me", ApeTunes has been featured on the track. Currently, Adrian Jauregui is working with Voyage Music Group as a recording artist. There is no restriction on where you can listen to and download You and Me on any platform. Leave your thoughts here about the track well!


Adrian Jauregui is an emerging singer, songwriter, and producer originating from Pico Rivera California. The now Oakland CA based artist has been singing for 15 years giving him an edge when it comes to making his own music. Adrian Jauregui was originally a percussionist, adding him to creating beats and great drops. The Californian artist delivers music that is emotional, uplifting, and relatable lyricism. Known for his versatility, Adrian has no boundaries when it comes to producing music. This further enables his music to be unique and genre-bending. Featured work includes Monster Energy, NBC Netflix, and Disney Music Group.

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New Music From Reuben Vincent Ruben Vicent

The new EP by Ruben Vincent, called "General Admission", can be downloaded from all platforms. There are three songs included on the EP: Fufu, 32 Flavors, and Grand Cherry. The EP is released by Jamla Records and Roc Nation Records. Feel free to listen to the songs and let us know what you think.

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He's one of the coldest in the game! Edubb302

He's the coldest player in the game! A raw rapper like Edubb302 is hard to find! In contrast to everyone else, he does not want to sound like everyone else. The mainstream trap hip-hop is disappointing, which is not what Edubb is about. There is something Edubb302 wants to say. Throughout the beat, his vocals rap with diligence and great delivery. His flow is refreshing. Edubb302 reminds one of Nas, Tupac, and Biggie who are storytellers. Listen to his songs and let us know your thoughts.


American musician Edubb302 is a dynamic and gifted performer from Wilmington. He is a well-known character in the hip-hop community, particularly in the Contemporary Hip-Hop subgenre. Edubb302 has effectively carved out a position for himself in the music industry with his distinctive style and intriguing lyrics.
Edubb302 has a reputation for producing upbeat songs that connect with listeners through his explosive performances and contagious beats. His music skillfully combines aspects of contemporary music with classic Hip Hop elements to produce a sound that is both recognizable and original. Edubb302's flexibility as a performer is demonstrated by his smooth transition between various rhythms and flows.
Edubb302's lyrics are honest, insightful, and thought-provoking since he draws inspiration from his own experiences and the environment. He has a gift for narrating stories, conjuring up vivid images, and stirring up intense feelings with his words. Edubb302's music always has an impact, whether he is reflecting on his difficulties or bringing attention to societal problems.
Edubb302 stands out as a true force to be reckoned with in the ever-changing world of hip-hop. Every note he plays shows his commitment to his art and undying passion for music. Edubb302 continues to stretch the limits of contemporary hip-hop with his special blend of talent and honesty.

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A Different Sound - YJ Production YJ Production

Washington DC is the base of operations for YJ Production. Listeners can expect to hear music that is unique from YJ Production. With his combination of different elements, he will outbring the vocals of the right artist. Unlike other trap artists, his sound combines orchestral elements with hip-hop and other sounds. Take a listen to YJ Production and let us know what you think. He was born to produce music. Failures only fuel his fire, passion, and desire to become the best he can be. YJ thanks God for blessing him with ears to hear and eyes to see because to him a life without music is no life at all.

Question and Answer with the artist:

How did you start in the music business?
As a kid, I downloaded the demo version of FL Studio on my mom’s laptop from work. Friends in my neighborhood said I had potential and have been making beats ever since. The first artist I produced for was an 11-year-old named Chavez Vargas aka Youngin. Being in the studio with him, and hearing him rap on my beats gave me confidence and opened my eyes that this was my calling in life.

How would you describe the music that you typically create?
My music typically comes from the mood I’m in. I try to exude my energy into every beat I make. I think about all the times I failed and put that anger and fire in my music when making beats. Thinking about the struggles and disappointments in life fuels me.

What is the current project about?
I’m currently working on a volume of beats with the name unconscious. I’ve recently been trying to work on a process called alchemy, where you remember things from your dreams and write them down. So I’m trying to put those same feelings/emotions in my beats by letting my subconscious pave the way for my sound.

How do you feel it will inspire others?
I hope it makes people forget about their struggles/stress and just want to bob their heads and dance.

What is your creative process like?
I get my MIDI Keyboard, find a good sound I like typically a piano or string instrument, then try to match the mood I hear in my head by playing different keys and chords to make a melody that fits my energy. Then keep layering them with different melodies/keys until I have 5-8 different instruments. After that, I begin to make my drum patterns, by finding a good snare/clap and tweaking it to my liking. Then think of some hi-hat patterns to layer it with to match the vibe and then add my 808.

Who would you most like to collaborate with?

Three artists I always wanted to collaborate with are Young Thug, Future, and Drake. 2 producers I always wanted to collaborate with our Zaytoven and Metro Boomin!

If you could go open a show for any artist who would it be?
Shy Glizzy or Young Dolph RIP????????

What is one message you would give to your fans?

Thank you for believing in me.

What is the most useless talent you have?

Video games, I’m good at sports games like Madden and FIFA.

Do you sing in the shower? What songs? What would you be doing right now, if it wasn’t for your music career?
Sometimes I sing in the shower, and it’s usually an old Erykah Badu song or an old Gucci Mane song.

Where have you performed? What are your favorite and least favorite venues?
I’ve had artists perform songs on my beats at a few venues in different cities and states. My favorite would be a packed club, and my least favorite would be those smaller venues with barely anyone there.

Do you have any upcoming shows?
Not currently because I’ve been in my creative cave all year.

How do you feel the Internet has impacted the music business?
In some ways, it’s been good, and in other ways bad. The good way is that if you’re an artist with a hit song, it’s easier for people to hear it and see your video than in the past. It’s all about going viral, if your song is popular enough on YouTube you can make money. In my opinion, YouTube alone has been good and bad for the industry.

The bad ways are record sales turned into streams, I think this took more money out of the artists and producers' pockets than in the past. YouTube having beat tutorials also saturated the market with people wanting to be producers, using click and drag loops and samples.

What is your favorite song to perform?
Any artist performing on my beats is legendary in my eyes.

What is the most trouble you’ve ever gotten into?
Been to jail a few times when I was younger and dumber.

What is the best advice you’ve been given?
Quitters never win, and always be prepared because opportunity comes when you least expect it.

What’s next? What should the world know?
More and more higher quality beats. I always push myself to improve. I want to take over the world with my music so I can provide for my family and make my mom proud so I’m gonna keep pushing!

Terrence Teal AKA YJ Productions is a music producer born in Washington DC, that specializes in creating all original beat instrumentals without the use of samples or loops. I moved to Winston-Salem, North Carolina as a teen where I picked up my heavy Southern trap influence in my music. As a kid, I got an ear for music by participating in the DC Youth Orchestra and playing several different musical instruments. Some of my teachers in school said I would never amount to anything in life because I was constantly banging on my desk making beats in class, and that just fueled me to prove them wrong. I’m driven by hunger, determination, and just a passion and love for music.

]]> (Longe Magazine Staff Writer) Musicians Tue, 26 Mar 2024 17:19:17 +0000
New song Ice Cream Paint Job 2 Ice Cream Paint Job



New music from the record label "Dorrough Music (aka Six 3)". - The song is called Ice Cream Paint Job 2. The song was produced by Digi Norm & 2Much. The song is available on all platforms for download. Listen to the song below and let us know your thoughts.




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Breezylyn-Hood Mona Lisa Breezylyn-Hood Mona Lisa

The new music is called "Hood Mona Lisa" by BreezyLYN. The music is released under Remain Solid and 300 Entertainment. Watch and listen to the song below, and let us know your thoughts. "Hood Mona Lisa is available to download on all platforms.

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Mohamed Ramadan X Future X Massari Mohamed Ramadan X Future X Massari

There is no doubt that Universal Music Group is a worldwide company! There is now a Universal Arabic Music promotion. Mohamed Ramadan, Future & Massari are among the artists released under Universal. As usual, they know how to break into the USA without a problem, right? Is that possible? The song has featured the rapper "Future" on the track called "Arabi" which makes it easy to radio airplay and gain fans which of course comes with downloads.


The Song Arabi beat is hot and outside of the artist's "Future" part on the track, if you're not bilingual you will not understand what they are saying at all. But looking at the video they are showing you that Arabi is a rich country and does not need much help. There is something very hypocritical here, but many will not see it as they are not looking beyond what's going on in front of our eyes. Listen to the track and let us know your thoughts.

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