Northern California Rapper Chris Chip’s is making noise!

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Northern California Rapper Chris Chip’s is making noise!

It’s not often you come across a person with such a broad scope of talent. A person so naturally endowed with every component necessary to be instantly thrust among the elite in his craft. Charisma he’s got it, stage presence he’s got it, lyrics he’s got it, hard work ethic he’s got it, that competitive killer instinct he’s got it!

This is what Chris Chips brings to his fans. Satisfying the ears of the most discriminating listeners. He has set the bar high for  his adversaries a verbal beat down with his words over hard hitting industry beats.


His current single “Swag”  has a dance-hall Caribbean feel with street credible lyrics, a definite club banger. You can expect to see a video dropping this month for “Swag” and it is available now on Soundcloud. This is the second single released from his upcoming album “Certified” scheduled to drop in February!


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TITLE- Kna-Lo Venge drops new heat “Baby Love”

Exciting news for smooth hip-hop fans! Kna-Lo Venge returns with the young love smash BABY LOVE.
“Affairs of the heart are no joke, you watch me catch a case like she’s dope!”
Kna-Lo Venge who brought us the jams ROLLERCOASTER, OFF THE WALL and the psychological, head trip KILL YOURSELF returns with an in the pocket, laid back track BABY LOVE!
Produced by platinum producer SPK (Daddy Yankee, NORE, Fat Joe, Big Pun).
This is one for the ladies and dudes that love the ladies! Definitely a must have in rotation on your playlist!
BABY LOVE in stores now!
​Available on iTunes, Amazon, Deezer, Spotify, Tidal and,everywhere you download and stream music! ​
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Prince Armani – Jay STEEZ (Official Video)

Prince Armani is a rapper, songwriter, producer from Fort worth, Texas. Influenced by artist like Nas, Jay-z, 2-pac, and Andre 3000 he’s spent his life perfecting his own style and craft. He released a mixtape titled Flowers September 21st for digital download. New music, videos, and performances are coming very soon!

A Candid Interview With Author Brittany Lewis

Tell us about who you are and where you’re from.

I’m a Marine wife and mother of two young children. We currently live in North Carolina, but my husband and I are both originally from Massachusetts.

 Did you always want to be an author and what inspired you?

 I’ve been writing since I was in Middle School. I wrote my first book, a collection of poetry entitled Shine Through the Darkness, when I was in 7th and 8th grade. I published that book last year. I have always had a difficult time talking about my feelings, and I express myself better through writing.

 Does writing energize or exhaust you?

Both. It depends on what I’m writing about. While I was writing Finding Freedom, the first novel in The Zion Series, writing usually exhausted me because I put so much emotion into that book.

Can you tell me a little about your writing process?

Sure! After I’ve thought of an idea for a novel I write out the general summary, usually only a paragraph. Then I expand it, making it three paragraphs. This gives me the summary of the entire plot, beginning, middle and end.

Since I write Young Adult, my books are usually between 40,000-60,000 words and normally have 20-25 chapters. I estimate that I want around 20 chapters in my book with each chapter being 2,000-3,000 words. After that, I break the chapter down into scenes. I only use a few words to summarize a scene and I do this in list format. This way if I know I’ll be somewhere where I’m waiting for something, I can jot down those few words on what the scene is about and write it while I’m out. I’ve actually written a lot of my work by texting it to myself while I’m out and then typing it later.

When I’ve gotten about half of my first draft done I send it out chapter by chapter to my first beta reader. She reads each chapter and makes corrections. After those corrections are made I send it to my editor. Then the third draft goes to another proofreader. I normally start writing another book the day after I finish my rough draft.

When do you write?

I’m a stay at home mom of two young kinds (seven and two) so right now I write whenever I have the time. I try to spend a total of 2-3 hours per week writing, sometimes more. Honestly, I spend the most of my time marketing.

Where do you write?

My desk is set up in the sitting area of our house, right next to the living room, so when I’m home I usually write there.

Do you want each book to stand on its own, or are you trying to build a body of work with connections between each book?

Right now I am building connections. I’m currently working on a YA series and a children’s series.

Does your family support your career as a writer?

Yes and I am very thankful for that. Many authors don’t have family support.

What is your latest book about and are you working on anything new?

I am currently writing the third book in The Zion Series, Reunited, and I am actively pitching my children’s series to agents and publishers. My children’s series was created to help teach self-help and daily living skills to children with special needs and to help promote Autism awareness and acceptance. You can keep up with new releases by following me on Facebook: and on Twitter at

 Any advice for aspiring writers?

Learn to both accept and expect rejection. You will get a lot of rejections. Develop thick skin and keep going. Perseverance is the key to success.