Showing posts with label music. Show all posts
Showing posts with label music. Show all posts

Friday, August 17, 2018

Peter Nic to leave Australia to promote the Late Night Transmitter album in late 2018.

Peter Nic is planning on leaving the country of Australia later in 2018 in order to promote the Late Night Transmitter album. Peter has expressed desire to extend his roots in the United States as an effort of promoting his 4th studio album towards American audiences. He wants to push the details of this album over the internet. Late Night Transmitter will also be an internet album available online.

The album Late Night Transmitter has an R&B/pop vibe to it with a fairly deep level of production. The production and sound are very high definition. Australian artist Peter Nic is going on a different musical route for this album. Peter Nic is an artist from the country of Australia.

Friday, August 3, 2018

Peter Nic to leave Australia to promote the Late Night Transmitter album in late 2018.

Peter Nic is planning on leaving the country of Australia later this year as of 2018 in order to promote the Late Night Transmitter album. Peter has expressed desire to extend his roots in the United States (US) as an effort of promoting his 4th studio album towards American audiences. He wants to push the details of this album over the internet. Late Night Transmitter will also be an internet album available online.

The album Late Night Transmitter has an R&B/pop vibe to it with a fairly deep level of production. The production and sound are very high definition. Australian artist Peter Nic is going on a different musical route for this album.

His plans for reaching American audiences are to extend his roots in the US, release Late Night Transmitter as an internet album online, and promote this album of his in the US as well.

Monday, July 23, 2018

Lena Coleman. Protecting her child or a case of injustice?

Lena Renae Coleman aka female rapper Da Misses attempted to kill her ex-boyfriend, David Mitchell aka rapper Ballin’ A$$ Dame for trying to protect herself and her baby in an act of self defense in the year 2003. However the United States District Court Eastern District of California charged Lena Coleman for attempted murder after having Lena Coleman attempted to kill her ex-boyfriend David Mitchell out of jealousy. However that is not the case as she was trying to protect herself and her baby.

Her friends and family state she was only trying to protect herself and her baby while defending her apartment. She was not in any way trying to kill her ex-boyfriend. Friends and family claim her being incarcerated is a case of injustice to her. They demand answers.


According to the US Supreme Court of Northern California, David Mitchell and Lena Renae Coleman began living together in an apartment, but then separated a few months later.  They eventually reconciled, but never lived together again.

However, Lena had moved some of David’s belongings back into her apartment. Eventually David decided to end the relationship with Lena and remove his belongings from her apartment. David asked his old girlfriend, Sherry Johnson, and her son, James Dixon, to help him move out of the apartment. David Mitchell dropped Sherry off at a nearby store.

David drove to Lena’s apartment with James. He feared Lena and Sherry would fight if the two met. They walked up to the landing outside the apartment. Lena answered the door and David told her things were not working out and he thought it would be best to move out. Angrily, Lena told James to leave before she did something. So he left. James Dixon left to wait with his mother as she waited at a nearby store.

Lena followed David and told him she did not want him to leave. When Lena tried to prevent him from retrieving his belongings, David pushed her out of the way and went into the bedroom to collect his clothes. Lena was angry boyfriends decision to move out of their apartment.

After David and Lena exchanged angry words at the doorway of their apartment, David pushed his way past her.  Lena pulled a gun from her pocket and pointed it at David. He told her he knew the gun was not real and he was leaving.  Lena pulled out a gun from her pocket and shot David in the chest after telling him, “If I can't have you, nobody can have you.” Mitchell had been shot in the stomach with a .22 then. David dropped his clothing and left the apartment.

David escaped to the store at which Sherry Johnson and James Dixon were waiting for him. Sherry had called 911 at the store. As he left, he heard another gunshot. He drove to the store where he had left Sherry, stopped the car, and laid down on the ground. David told Sherry he had been shot and asked her to call for an ambulance. Sherry Johnson told the dispatcher, “My husband got shot.” She said David Mitchell had been shot in the stomach with a .22.

After the dispatcher gave Johnson some instructions, the 911 operator asked Sherry Johnson who had shot David Mitchell. Sherry stated it was the woman who lived at Lena’s address and said “They call her Da Misses.”.

Dr. Mark Owens treated David Mitchell in the emergency room. David suffered a gunshot wound in his right chest and bleeding in his right lung. The bullet traveled through his right lung, diaphragm, liver, and stomach. The bullet missed his heart by half an inch. Had the bullet struck Mitchells heart, he would have died before reaching the hospital.

The path of the bullet was right to left and downward, from front to back. The trajectory was consistent with David facing Lena who shot him and bending slightly at the waist. David spent a week in the hospital, and Dr. Owens estimated it would take David around 3 months to make a full recovery.


Police arrived 20 minutes later at the apartment. Deputy Victor Jones went to her apartment to arrest her. Another police officer kicked in the apartment door. Nobody was present in the apartment, but the lights, television, and stereo were on.

During a search of this apartment, Deputy Abbott found the second bullet in the trim board of a window just outside the apartment door. Sheriffs Deputy John Lopes examined the bullet hole found at the crime scene. He determined that the bullet was fired from the living room of defendants apartment. Deputy Lopes did not determine the caliber of the bullet.

10 days after the shooting, Sheriffs Deputy Victor Jones went to the apartment to arrest her. Deputy Jones knocked on the door several times, identifying himself as a deputy. No one responded. The apartment manager gave Deputy Jones a passkey. When Deputy Jones attempted to use the key, he felt resistance on the other side of the door. As he turned the key, Deputy Jones felt it being turned back in the other direction. Deputy Jones called out a warning and kicked in the door. Deputy Jones found Lena Renae Coleman and a man inside the apartment, arrested her, and took her into custody.


During the trial David Mitchell testified that he and Lena Coleman became romantically involved in 2003. Mitchell moved into defendants apartment. It was an argument a few months later that Lena requested David to move out. While at trial, David Mitchell stated he was confused and disappointed about his relationship with Lena Coleman. David Mitchell admitted he was uncomfortable and did not want to testify at trial. He had also received a threat about testifying from one of the defendants relatives.

Sacramento County Sheriffs Deputy Kevin Mickelson testified that he asked David Mitchell who shot him. David Mitchell told him that Da Misses had shot him. David Mitchell had been shot in the stomach with a 22.

A transcript of the 911 call was entered into evidence. Now the 911 call involved only basic information about what had happened and who had committed violence – two topics about which emergency responders should inquire.

James Dixon testified about the shooting. When Lena answered the door, both her and David appeared kind of mad. Lena angrily told David, “You ain’t getting nothing.” She told James Dixon to leave. As James walked back to the store where his mother was, he heard a gunshot.

Deputy Abbott showed James Dixon a photographic lineup, and he identified either defendant or another woman as the person at the apartment. Deputy Abbott showed David a different lineup, and he selected her photograph.

Sheriffs Detective Michael Abbott interviewed David Mitchell in the hospital. David told Detective Abbott Lena had ordered a frightened James Dixon off the landing. Lena pulled a gun out of her pocket that David thought it was a toy. Lena shot David and he heard a second shot, which missed. David told Detective Abbott defendant was known by the nickname Da Misses. David also stated that after the shooting he received a phone call from Lena and was concerned for the safety of his ex-girlfriend and her son.

Further, the Constitution simply ensures that state court criminal proceedings are fundamentally fair and the category of actions which violate this standard is narrow. Because the second bullet did not affect the prosecution's basic argument that defendant shot Mitchell as he attempted to leave.

In 2003, a jury found Lena Coleman guilty of attempted murder and assault with a firearm. She was sentenced to 32 years to life in prison.

Lena accused the court by citing numerous alleged errors during the trial: (1) admission of a tape recording of a 911 call, (2) denying defendants motion for a new trial based on juror misconduct, (3) denying defendants motion for a new trial based on a claim that a ballistics test should have been performed, (4) limiting defendants cross-examination of the victim, (5) failing to instruct on self-defense or voluntary manslaughter, and (6) giving an instruction on evidence of flight. Her defense counsel argued defendant acted in the heat of passion and had not formed the intent to murder Mitchell. It was not out of malice

The trial court denied the defendants motion for a new trial and sentenced her to the middle term of seven years for attempted murder. For the section 12022.53, subdivision (d) firearm enhancement, the court sentenced defendant to a consecutive term of 25 years to life. The court also imposed the middle term of three years for assault with a firearm; a term of three years for the section 12022.5, subdivision (a) enhancement; and a term of four years for the section 12022.7, subdivision (e) enhancement. The sentences for assault were stayed pursuant to section 654. Defendants sentence in case No. 04F02937 is 32 years to life.

The trial court correctly decided not to grant Petitioner’s motion for a new trial. In sum, the trial court did everything constitutionally required in these circumstances because no federal issue
is alleged nor was any federal law violated.


In 2004, the district attorney filed a motion for an order revoking defendants probation. Lena admitted being on probation at the time of the offenses against David. The court found Lena in violation of probation and sentenced her to be served concurrently. Lena Coleman was admitted to Chowchilla Female Prison on the date of July 7, 2005 as inmate X12620.

A motion for a rehearing was denied by US District Judge Terry J. Hatter, Jr. on the date of  September 18, 2013 after finding she not presented the court with newly discovered evidence. She was unable to afford the costs of suit as a petitioner for her court case.

At this present moment, she is serving a life sentence in Chowchilla Female Prison in Chowchilla, California.

Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Lil Eddie plans to release his new album sometime in 2018.

We at Mixerr Reviews have an update! Updates from Lil Eddie were sent to us.

A US singer living in Japan named Lil Eddie plans to release his fifth album sometime in 2018. The album has yet to be titled. 16 tracks are expected to appear on his upcoming album. His vocal range has clearly improved since his last album, Emotional, was released in 2013. His music never disappoints. 

Since then, Lil Eddie says he has been improving his voice. Well that makes sense as he is a vocal coach for the TV show The X Factor currently. Lil Eddie also has a songwriter deal with EMI Publishing as he is a songwriter. Lil Eddie is now a Japan Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter!

[Edwin "Lil Eddie" Serrano is a singer/songwriter from the streets of Spanish Harlem in Manhattan, New York City, New York.]

Monday, June 4, 2018

Lil Eddie plans to release new album in 2018.

A US singer living in Japan named Lil Eddie plans to release his sixth album sometime in 2018. The album has yet to be titled. His vocal range has clearly improved since his last album, Emotional, was released in 2010.

Since then, Lil Eddie says he has been improving his voice. Well that makes sense as he is a vocal coach for the TV show The X Factor currently. Lil Eddie also has a songwriter deal with EMI Publishing as he is a songwriter. Lil Eddie is now a Japan Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter!

[Edwin "Lil Eddie" Serrano is a singer/songwriter from the streets of Spanish Harlem in Brooklyn, New York.]

After 10 years, OG Penguin still claims IT as a masterpiece.

After 10 years of the first release for the first edition of the IT album in 2008, rapper OG Penguin still claims IT as a masterpiece. OG Penguin regards the album as a conceptional masterpiece and a timeless classic! He does not have any regrets as he regrets nothing about his IT album. OG Penguin says “IT is a timeless masterpiece!” The IT album remind you of Krizz Kaliko - Black Gold, Hopsin, BLH, or the movie Saw. Horror films and Stephen King inspired him creating the album.

Dream is a track inspired by Stephen King and produced by CSK. The trap beats hit hard like home. On Faya is about why this IT album is on fire!! Scream is a slower mood filled track. I know is a very futuristic track about the outlook point of view of the rap game today. Candyman is a track that fits well into the album.

A possible 10 year anniversary edition of IT is planned to be released online as another re-release as a digital album available for streaming.

Lil Black shows maturity as an artist.

Lil Black believes that his growth and maturity as an artist time has come. What with his albums Disrespectful and Blaq Roze, he has since matured as an artist since the early 2000s. Both Disrespectful and Blaq Roze stand out respectively.

Lil Black believes that his growth and maturity as an artist time has come what with his 2014 online movie called I’m Sorry which can be viewed online at YouTube. Lil Black now goes under rap alias Victor Newman. Lil Black claims, “I am a new man.” . He no longer is the same person he once was.


For those who don't know or remember, Lil Black (Nathan Mackey Jr.) was raised in Elgin which is a small country town outside of Austin, Texas. He had 2 records on the "Texas Artist Top 40 Countdown" back in 2000 and 2001 with Back On The Road being one of them.

Back On The Road was Song of the Year for 2000 as well as holding down the number 1 spot for 5 straight weeks. For those of you who remember or are from Austin, you all may remember that Back On The Road featured famous country musician Willie Nelson.

Rapper Lil Black had told the story of his life story and how he shamed his family by choosing the street life which made the front page of Austin American Statesman in 2001 along with Elgin Courier.

Lil Black's first and only album, On The Road Again, hit #79 and #81 the BillBoard in 2001. This was when it first hit the charts.  Lil Black was the first Austin Hip Hop/Rap artists to hit the BillBoard minus Papa Chuk and Bad Mutha Goose.

How you yourself can relate to the music of DOA.

This news article on music will be about DOA and how you as a listener can relate to their music. If you are politically conscience or have a good mind, then you can relate to DOA.

DOA (Dead On Arrival) was a rap group from Flint, Michigan that could rap on issues that effected American society on a political level. DOA had messages in their music unlike most music today. DOA (Dead On Arrival) was a rap group from the 1990s.


On the songs My City's Going Down Part 1 and My City's Going Down Part 2, DOA was trying to tell the powers that be (politicians) in Flint that they needed to fix the city before in went into de-industrialized urbanization. The city needed to fix the poverty, homelessness, recidivism, and education systems. But the politicians were too corrupt to actually give a fuck about the rest of the citizens of Flint. Flint does have the same homelessness problems and housing issues as well. That's the reason shit is the way it is right now currently. Flint's economy was going down in 1994 and has been since 1987. It all started with the downsizing and outsourcing of GM in 1987.

Peep some of the lyrics that 6 Feet Deep rapped on DOA - My City's Gong Down Part 1 from the Problem Child album.:
nothing to fall on
my city is all gone
the danger’s on
but still the place that I call home

Peep some of the lyrics that 6 Feet Deep rapped on My City's Gong Down Part 2 from the Marked For Death album.:
Rich or poor
Fuck American
we all niggaz
in a city where we can't find justice
in a world where the laws like fuck us


On Survival, Loc Da Smoka went straight up Reggae with mad flowz. Survival was all about survival and taking out all rivals, ya dig? DOA had felt that the whole world was against them and DOA had felt it was them against the world.In other words man vs. nature.

For those who don't know and like to instigate shit, listen up! DOA weren't actual killers. Not everything DOA rapped about was real. DOA was the deadliest rap group in Flint at the time back in 1994.

Loc Da Smoka verses were all about survival and taking out all rivals. On his other verse, he also lyrically dissed The Dayton Family because at the time DOA had felt it was them against the world when came to being the better rap group in Flint at that time.

The reason you hear references to Nutty Niggaz and Fantasy is because The Dayton Family had a song called Nutty Niggaz from the What’s On My Mind? album and a song called Fantasy in 1994 on their Dope Dayton Ave. cassette which was very popular in the Flint underground scene.


Sick ass intro on the Marked For Death tape! 6 Feet though of the idea to add Cristo Redentor by Donald Byrd for a sample. At the time, 6 Feet also gave the thought of being an upcoming producer in the Deep Thought Productions crew. The samples from Alien used were the shit! The intro just should have been longer.

Friday, June 1, 2018

How you can relate to the music of DOA.

This news article on music will be about DOA and how you as a listener can relate to their music. If you are politically conscience or have a good mind, then you can relate to DOA.

DOA (Dead On Arrival) was a rap group from Flint, Michigan that could rap on issues that effected American society on a political level. DOA had messages in their music unlike most music today. DOA (Dead On Arrival) was a rap group from the 1990s.


On the songs My City's Going Down Part 1 and My City's Going Down Part 2, DOA was trying to tell the powers that be (politicians) in Flint that they needed to fix the city before in went into de-industrialized urbanization. The city needed to fix the poverty, homelessness, recidivism, and education systems. But the politicians were too corrupt to actually give a fuck about the rest of the citizens of Flint. Flint does have the same homelessness problems and housing issues as well. That's the reason shit is the way it is right now currently. Flint's economy was going down in 1994 and has been since 1987. It all started with the downsizing and outsourcing of GM in 1987.

Peep some of the lyrics that 6 Feet Deep rapped on DOA - My City's Gong Down Part 1 from the Problem Child album.:
nothing to fall on
my city is all gone
the danger’s on
but still the place that I call home

Peep some of the lyrics that 6 Feet Deep rapped on My City's Gong Down Part 2 from the Marked For Death album.:
Rich or poor
Fuck American
we all niggaz
in a city where we can't find justice
in a world where the laws like fuck us


On Survival, Loc Da Smoka went straight up Reggae with mad flowz. Survival was all about survival and taking out all rivals, ya dig? DOA had felt that the whole world was against them and DOA had felt it was them against the world.In other words man vs. nature.

For those who don't know and like to instigate shit, listen up! DOA weren't actual killers. Not everything DOA rapped about was real. DOA was the deadliest rap group in Flint at the time back in 1994.

Loc Da Smoka verses were all about survival and taking out all rivals. On his other verse, he also lyrically dissed The Dayton Family because at the time DOA had felt it was them against the world when came to being the better rap group in Flint at that time.

The reason you hear references to Nutty Niggaz and Fantasy is because The Dayton Family had a song called Nutty Niggaz from the What’s On My Mind? album and a a song called Fantasy in 1994 on their Dope Dayton Ave. cassette which was very popular in the Flint underground scene.


Sick ass intro on the Marked For Death tape! 6 Feet though of the idea to add Cristo Redentor by Donald Byrd for a sample. At the time, 6 Feet also gave the thought of being an upcoming producer in the Deep Thought Productions crew. The samples from Alien used were the shit! The intro just should have been longer.

Monday, October 9, 2017

DJ Snake bass test tones can help equalize balance in your speakers.

Did you know that DJ Snake bass test tones can help equalize balance in your speakers? Well if you purchased his newly remastered state-of-the-art digital download album of his Turnt Up Bass Classics album that was released on iTunes back in 2016, then you will know what I am talking about. For instance songs such as How Low, Moments in Bass, and Frequency use a 26 Hz bass test tone that will surely clear and equalize your speakers.

History of Mixerr Reviews explained by Michael Mixerr.

Mixerr Reviews is an independent news blog from Austin, Texas, US that often strays away from mainstream news and mainstream media. Mixerr Reviews talks about news that the underground scene cares about. In other words, Mixerr Reviews is basically a news blog.

Michael Mixerr started doing his overviews in October 2011. As many media news outlets, sources, and newspapers influenced him to do so. In him doing so, Michael Mixerr matured his writing style for Mixerr Reviews into a more organized well laid out newspaper format.

At first Mixerr Reviews was sort of a mail order only newspaper though as some thought it would be. It was through email only at one point. Mixerr Reviews was only available to those who knew Michael Mixerr on a personal level and the only way you could get it was through him. Meaning that Mixerr Reviews was available in Austin, Texas, US only. But in September 2012 is when Michael Mixerr made Mixerr Reviews available to the whole world through the Internet and not just locally in Austin only.

Mixerr Reviews was originally intended to be a music news blog. But Michael Mixerr wanted Mixerr Reviews to be a indie news blog. As times changed, so did Mixerr Reviews and all the other reviews changed in formatting to along with time. He has matured overtime. The reviews are useful sources of information to many people around the world. There is no propaganda allowed on Mixerr Reviews.

Mixerr Reviews/Mixerr Reviews Blogspot ATXN mission is being a local business while being a well known independent news organization that covers many news topics that corporate news media organizations won't debate on and is too afraid to discuss while they are on the air during live broadcast. Being descriptive and accurate is one of Mixerr Reviews priorities. Mixerr Reviews talks about topics no news organization would ever cover, discuss, or debate on.

Monday, September 25, 2017

PieRx. Up and coming rapper who needs your support!

PieRx is a Stockton, California based rapper who has 14+ years worth of experience in the rap game. PieRx has built most of his reputation in California, but has recently branched out to Seattle, Washington as of lately. PieRx wants to put Seattle in the spotlight. PieRx is well known in the Central Cali & Bay Area.  PieRx was featured on the A-Wax - Thug Deluxe album.

One of the big main artists who PieRx has been affiliated with is A-Wax who was once signed by Akon, under the Konvikt music label along.

PieRx hosts rap contests to let the community know that PieRx Recordz does exist. This music news article is just here to help you all sum it up. Good music is out there. Overall PieRx is an up and coming rapper who needs your support!

Saturday, August 26, 2017

EDM hashtag takes over twitter by storm.

It seems that the EDM hashtag used on twitter has taken over twitter by storm. The hashtag is used over 2,000 times a day on the Twitter website. 2 people use the EDM hashtag every minute or so it seems. EDM is currently being pushed by the artists inside the music industry of the United States and news press.

It seems that on twitter the electronic music sub-genre called EDM has gained a relatively large cult following in the underground music scene. EDM is the largest rising musical sub-genre in the 2010s era along with the trippy dubstep genre. EDM News is all over twitter and the internet world. EDM has taken over the nightlife club scenes unsurprisingly. EDM is ever so popular in the twittosphere world.

Behind the album cover artworks of Lil Band O Gold.

When you look at the album cover artwork of The Promiseland album or the Plays Fats tribute album by Lil Band O Gold, you automatically think of the vaudeville posters of the Victorian era and the Edwardian era with the boisterous bold font of capital letters all in your face directly at you! The large boisterous bold letters give out that antiquated feel and charm along with the opaque colors. This album cover artwork will take you on a journey backwards in time to the Victorian era. Notice how the color scheme is very antiquated with such monotone colors. To sum it all up, think about the vaudeville posters from the Victorian era and Edwardian era.

Yardley Griffin Jr. album Hear Me Now charts #9 on Billboard's Gospel Charts.

Yardley Griffin Jr. is currently the worship leader at Destiny Church in Sacramento, California. Yardley Griffin is singed to Black Market Records out of Sacramento, California. Hear Me Now is his most recent album. Hear Me Now has hit #9 on the Billboard's Gospel chart as of 2015. It is Black Market's most spiritual uplifting album to date. The album Hear Me Now features everything from I Love You to Powerful, Mighty God to Everything, and many more. Yardley Griffin Jr. showcases his true pure vocal talent through prayer and hymn.

Behind the life about Damion The Demon Seed aka Damon The Demon Seed.

Damion Brown was born to Brenda Doxie, a single mother to 3 children. Damion was always good at art. He learned how to become an artist at Arthur Hill High School in Chris Redburn's art class as a teenager. He wanted to become a graphics design artist for a career later on in life. Damion The Demon Seed was a rapper, producer, and graphics design artist from Saginaw, Michigan.

Later on in life during the 1990s, Damion The Demon Seed teamed up with Mack Tha Jack, Dirty Jerk, Mexican Mike, and Bone Skanless to formulate the Skanless Family. Damion became an underground artist in his own right and ability. Damion The Demon Seed (Damion Brown) was a part of the Skanless Family along with Bone Skanless, Mack Tha Jacka, Dirty Jerk, Mexican Mike, and Nalda at that time. Damion joined the Skanless Family because his father didn't like him. He made his shrink go crazy too.


In 1993, he released his self-titled album on cassette only in the Saginaw Valley area. Although he didn’t get much credit or recognition in the music industry for his work, he still made a name for himself in the underground music scene. Many knew on his whereabouts and efforts there.

The legend of the Damon The Demon Seed cassette tape/reel to reel is when 2Pac came to Flint with MC Breed in 1993, he bought the master copy off of Damion and then released his own song "Dear Mama" which of course became a national hit. Tupac didn't give Damion credit for the song. Damion's investor sold the master tape of Dear Momma to 2Pac behind his back. Damion and 2Pac got into a fight backstage during a concert in 1993. So they cut ties.


Damion The Demon Seed used to do artwork designs for Esham's albums from 1994 to 1999. Damion had worked with Gothom Inc and Overcore at that time. After 2000 Damon just disappeared from music and artistry. Since 2001 nothing has been heard about him. Apparently Damion does art from time to time as a design artist. In 2014, he attended and took classes at Saginaw Valley College. Since then nothing been heard about him.

Other than that, Damion The Demon Seed had a couple of albums that were released on cassettes in the Saginaw Valley area. Most of them were pretty shortened though. Damion The Demon Seed is Saginaw's most underrated solo artist along with Dirty Jerk, Mack Tha Jacka, Astray, Dangerous D, Trigga Tre, Madam Dane, Nalda, and too many others to name.


*Damion The Demon Seed is often referred to as Damion The Demon Seed or Damon The Demon Seed. Damon describes himself as an evil person. A demon seed is the spawn of the devil. A demon seed is the spawn of all evil. The child of a demon is known as a demon. Latin term for 'demon seed' is 'seedus demonus'. Think of a child that's conceived through unwanted intercourse resulting in an unplanned pregnancy. An unwanted child rather to be exact.

Zimbabwe Legit remains and overlooked forgotten in music history.

Zimbabwe Legit was the first real legit African Hip Hop/Rap group to come out of the continent of Africa to sign a recording contract to a major record label, The group Zimbabwe Legit is from the country of Zimbabwe located in the continent of Africa henceforth the name of their group. Music performed by Zimbabwe Legit is done by real Africans.

Zimbabwe Legit is filled with real African lyrics from real Africans. So if you are a fan of politically conscience Hip Hop/Rap, then Zimbabwe Legit is right up your alley for you! Zimbabwe Legit was against indoctrination in news media for the masses with Afro-Centric based beliefs. Zimbabwe Legit has spoken up against political corruption against politicians and community leaders along with business executives.

Zimbabwe Legit received worldwide recognition in the music business and in news media in 1992 and 1994. They had a small cult following in the 1990s. But due to music business and politics, the industry never understood how to market them to the masses. Their success did not last long. Their label Hollywood BASIC dropped them after low album sales. That’s why and how Zimbabwe Legit has always been overlooked. Even today, Zimbabwe Legit has remained overlooked.

How vocalist Patsy Cline set the standard for women artists in country music.

In America's prosperous year of 1957, female country musician vocalist Patsy Cline set a new standard for women artists in country music. Patsy Cline influenced women in country music such as Reba McEntire, Loretta Lynn, Dottie West, Abra Moore, and many other female vocalists. Many other female vocalists followed Patsy Cline after she set the bar standard in country music for women.

Patsy Cline was the first female vocalist country music to receive national recognition with her iconized beehive hairstyle and short hair. The fact she had short hair made her stand out as a vocalist in country music. Patsy Cline stayed true to her traditional country roots as she was climbing her way up the Pop Charts on the BillBoard. Patsy Cline was really the first national female vocalist in country music ever.

Patsy Cline had landed a recording contract in 1954. Although Patsy Cline was molded into the Nashville sound, she still kept with her iconized beehive hairstyle with her short haircut. This was during the 1950s at the start of her career.

Patsy Cline's career hit a turning point in 1957. Her hits began in 1957 with Walkin' After Midnight, Crazy, and I Fall to Pieces. In 1957, Cline recorded honky tonk song Fingerprints. That song, I Fall to Pieces, Crazy, and Walkin' After Midnight made her become a recognized female vocalist. She then broke down the gender barrier in country music.

Patsy Cline had made herself as a female vocalist icon in country music with her signature darkened lipstick and her beautiful lips of course along with her iconized beehive hairstyle and short hair. You see, Patsy Cline helped break down the gender barrier in country music. She was supportive of other female country artists.

That's how Patsy Cline set the standard for women artists in country music.

Short history of Saginaw music.

The history of Saginaw Music started in 1974. Bands and groups were very popular at that time. Solo artists came later. Soul was the music.

The history of Saginaw Music started with Bill Wegner in 1974. Bill Wegner opened up his Records and Tapes Galore shop in 1974 in Saginaw, Michigan. Bill Wegner and Judy Wegner run the business. Records and Tapes Galore was the very first record shop in Saginaw to accept local artists on commission while others didn't. They still accept artists with open artist from all over the place. 1974 was the first year music became a way of life in Saginaw.

1979 was the year music was becoming more prevalent in the Saginaw Valley community. B.A.D. Was the first Saginaw band to gain national attention from record labels such as JC Sinban Records and Motown Records. n the 1980s, Soul bands such as B.A.D., S.O., and ILLStreet were becoming very active.

In the 1990s Hip Hop/Rap had a burgeoning scene in the underground with all the rappers with artists such as Bone Skanless, Daddy Madd (now known as Napalm), Dirty Jerk, Hasan Da Sinister, Dangerous D, Mack Tha Jacka, and Gee Pierce.

In the 2000s and 2010s, Hip Hip/Rap became even more prevalent in the Saginaw underground music scene with artists such as Astray, Agony, Young D, Skeem, Trigga Tre, Footy G, AG, Lady Assassin, Prozak, Madame Dane, Dangerous D, Napalm, Dirty Jerk, Bedlam, Mack Tha Jacka, and Skeem.
Rap-Rock artist Prozak has become a Saginaw film actor icon and music icon both locally and nationally ever since 2010.

To sum it all up Saginaw music has got local, national, and international attention from the news all over the world yet Saginaw music is so very much overlooked. The Saginaw music scene does not get the attention deserved even now.

Friday, August 18, 2017

Lefty Williams deemed best kept hidden secret in the music industry by Mixerr Reviews.

Lefty Williams is the best kept hidden secret in the music industry. He knows how to play the guitar left-handed. Playing the guitar left-handed is not something many people can do, play, or perform at. Lefty Williams has a truly unique talent in that aspect. (He is famous at Guitar World.) Lefty Williams is the lead singer for the Lefty Williams band. He has been the lead singer in the Lefty Williams band for a number of years now.

Music from Lefty Williams band is available on iTunes. Most of their music is going to be available online via the internet. That is how many artists and bands handle their independent distribution in this day and time.