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BuzzN iNterview With @DollaBlackBDE

Dolla Black

In the thriving land of newly found artists out of Jackson, Mississippi comes one of it’s lead off characters; Dolla Black. Not new to the music scene however, Black first got his tastes of music alongside his cousin La Roc back around 2010. Since that time, the Midwesterner has gone on to launch an impressive line of projects, started his …

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GYBU Speaks With Portland Artist Sourmouth About Because Im Black Video (@sourmouth100)

Sourmouth

Sourmouth is an¬†artist that some people love to hate mainly because of his shock value and often brutal truths. He’s been featured on GYBU on various occasions whether it be new releases, a past interview¬†or for the album review we carried out for his current album, “A Million Little Pieces”. After presenting numerous videos from said project like “Lost My …

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(Album Review)-@PeterJamesMusic The Cycle Tape

Open wide and dose a hit of Peter James‘s first ever solo release entitled “The Cycle Tape”. Though the Boston emcee is only in his twenties, his music has a very strong nineties influence to it. This will be pleasing to older Hip Hop fans who tend to stray away from more modernized styles. Much of the album is produced …

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BuzzN iNterview With Peter James (@PeterJamesMusic)

For this edition of our “BuzzN” iNterview series, we travel over to the city of Boston to speak with Peter James, a rising emcee with a very laid back delivery. Don’t let that fool you though, Peter has massive lyrical stamina and is able to present it in a fashion that will also easily catch the ladies attention. He dropped …

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GYBU Presents Our Whats BuzzN Top 10 (Week Ending December 24th)

Get Your Buzz Up

“What’s BuzzN” is a brand new, experimental editorial segment featuring the top ten items of the week according to our Jet Pack page stats. If you guys and gals enjoy this new feature, we will continue to do one every week. Help spread the word of this online and as always, we hope you enjoy the presentation! What’s BuzzN Top …

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BuzzN iNterview with DaTBoYZ3L (@DaTBoYZ3L)

DaTBoYZ3L is a Hip Hop artist from Jackson, Tennessee who first got involved in music as one half of ZeL&MiKey. Inspired by such great artists like Tupac, Bone Thugs and DMX, he now finds himself traveling the path of a solo artist. Wasting no time, the young artist hit the studio with producer Let That Boy Cook to whip up …

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(Album Review)-@DaTBoYZ3L Datboy

GYBU has been following Jackson, Tennessee artist DaTBoYZ3L since we caught wind of his collab single featuring Calvin Ross, “Don’t Be Afraid”, in late 2015. Since then, he’s been hard at work constructing “Datboy”, his 9 track EP effort. The project features the aforementioned Ross, 2j, M.I.N.D., CA$H and was exclusively produced by sought after producer, Let That Boy Cook. …

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(Album Review)-@tharealkir Legendary

The word “Legendary” is defined as being remarkable enough to be famous or very well known. That is exactly the case with rising Philly artist Kir and his latest musical offering by the same name. The East Coast native combines nineteen songs in total with guest features from Nasty Na, City Rominiecki, Deviose, Farees and a few others. The mixtape …

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BuzzN iNterview With Kir (@Tharealkir)

For this edition of our BuzzN iNterview series, we travel out to the East Coast and land in Philly. The city has birthed a long line of talent such as State Property, The Roots, Cassidy and the list goes on. Today’s artist goes by the name of Kir, who recently premiered his latest musical offering by the name of “Legendary” …

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(EP Review)-@RocAmerica Blame You

Get to know Brooklyn’s Roc America thru his latest release effort, “Blame You”. The emotionally driven EP project contains six tracks in total and showcases Roc’s songwriting capabilities. “Blame You” is based around bitter break-ups and tainted love but done so in a highly tasteful fashion. Production is almost entirely self-handled, besides “Eleven Eleven” and “Worthy”. The New Yorker’s sound …

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