Harlem’s own Young Twizzy
Harlem’s own Young Twizzy
This video was filmed a few days after Trina brother was murdered. Even with such huge lost Trina still showed up for her show in Savannah, GA and gave it her all. That’s why I love this lady.
Perfect summer anthem.
I’m feeling this record. Check it out let me know what you think.
Kelly reveals a lot in her latest single. I’m so proud of her for letting people see that they have no idea what she has been through. #TeamKelly… I have been playing this song all day.
Alison Fensterstock, NOLA.com reported on the Jazz Festival and here are some of the things she had to say about our girl Na’tee.
“With respect to the long-established artists on the Congo Square stage Saturday, the young rapper 3D Na’Tee was the set’s highlight.”
“Na’Tee has been recording since at least 2007, when she appeared (along with Curren$y) in the popular underground DVD “The Kush,” and since 2012 has been picking up a great deal of steam. Reportedly, she turned down a signing offer from the high-profile producer Timbaland; her 2012 mix tape “The Coronation” earned rave reviews and some high-profile interviews, including one during the South by Southwest festival in Austin, Texas, with MTV personality Sway, alongside star-of-the-moment Kendrick Lamar.”
“On stage, Na’Tee has a bubbly, quick and tricky flow, and some mannerisms – she likes to bend at the waist and bounce on her toes, as if about to spring – that are reminiscent of Lil Wayne. Notably, unlike a lot of New Orleans hip-hop artists, she doesn’t rap over her own vocal track. She has upbeat party songs as well as more introspective numbers, such as the lyrical “Wake Me Up,” which recounts her dreams of fame (“All I wanted was a mic,” she rapped, “I used to doodle, thinking of album covers.”
“Na’Tee dresses like a model, raps like a monster and, sources say, may be very close to a record deal that suits her standards – but she’s still a New Orleanian, and it was her first Jazz Fest. Mid-set, with a smile, she paused to ask the assembled crowd for a favor:”
“Can y’all put your hands in the air?” she asked. “I want to get a picture. You all look so beautiful.”
Someone sign her quick and put some REAL money up! Na’tee goes hard.
Yesterday was Eve’s listening party, hosted by Monika Chiang, in NYC for her new album “Lip Lock” which will be in stores this Tuesday the 14th.
This will be Eve’s first LP in ten years, following Eve-Olution in 2002. “Lip Lock” is set to feature Dawn Richards of Danity Kane, Snoop Dogg and Chrisette Michelle, with production from Swizz Beatz, Claude Kelly and more.
I think it’s dope. Let me know what ya’ll think.
If you know bounce music you definitely know the one and only Sissy Nobby king of the house parties and cookouts. As soon as one of his songs come on, any gathering goes to the next level. Check him out on an episode of Judge Judy. This had me cracking up, especially the ending. #TeamBounce