Hip-Hop Recording Artist Elijah The Young Prophit Releases 'Tell
CA) - Hip-Hop recording artist Elijah The Young Prophit recently released a new single, "Tell Ya
Friends". "Tell Ya Friends" is distributed by Empowerment Music Group (EMG).
Teen prodigy Elijah The Young Prophit is a multi-talented Hip-Hop recording artist on the rise.
As a songwriter and performer, Elijah is both lyrical and conscious in style gaining him traction in his growing youth and
adult fan bases. Elijah has attracted over 5 million streams and views in fan engagement as a teen artist. His influences
include Biggie, Tupac, Mobb Deep, Big Pun, Rakim, and Jay-Z.
from the Bronx, Elijah is the youngest artist to perform with top stars in Hip-Hop. Elijah broke records becoming the youngest
artist to perform on a three-city tour opening up for Megan thee Stallion with positive reviews from fans and large crowds
in attendance. He has also performed on stage opening for Da Baby, Fetty Wap, and Layton Greene. Elijah is also the youngest
artist to be featured on Shade 45 and Sirius XM with DJ K-Slay. As a teen artist in the industry, Elijah's summer music video
release "Notice Me" is on its way to topping over half a million views from fans.
Empowerment Music group (EMG) is a professional U.S. based record label led by celebrated industry
executive Jeff Burton. The label prides itself in covering all genres of music in its vision for its roster of talent. In
addition to Hip-Hop, EMG has several divisions including Pop, Latin, and Country to name a few. The label is currently preparing
for a major announcement regarding their Hip-Hop recording artist, Elijah the Young Prophit. (Source: AWJ Platinum PR)
Cancels 'Nuts Radio Show' Appearance In Japan, Plans Tour Dates in Japan in 2021
(Shibuya-Ku, Japan) - Lil Cory is an American rapper from Columbus, Georgia
who was discovered by multi-platinum Grammy Award winning producer Jared Gosselin. In addition he has appeared on TV shows
such as "Star Trek: Picard and Rookie." Recently, he's been appearing on the creepy "Nuts Radio Show at All
Night Nippon." Lil Cory could not make it in 2020, but plans have been established for a world tour including several
cities in Japan.
He is known around Japan as
the quantum jumping man after a video was released on YouTube featuring him by company Apex TV. Lil Cory is the late son of
Winifred Bynum in the New York Giants who played for them in the 1940's. (Source: NBMG)
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and CBS Strike Multi-Year Partnership Agreement to Create Content for Broadcast, Cable and Streaming
(New York, NY) - CBS Television Studios and the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People)
have reached an agreement on a multi-year partnership to develop and produce scripted, unscripted and documentary content
for linear television networks and streaming platforms. The announcement was made today by George Cheeks,
President and CEO of the CBS Entertainment Group, and Derrick Johnson, President and CEO of the NAACP.
As part of the agreement, CBS Television Studios' creative leaders will work with the civil rights organization to
establish a dedicated team of executives and infrastructure to acquire, develop and produce programming. The partnership will
focus on producing premium content that expands the number of diverse voices contributing to an ever-evolving society, and
by telling inclusive stories that increase the visibility and impact of Black artists in a growing media landscape.
The CBS/NAACP partnership includes a commitment to develop content for the CBS Television Network as well as the ability
to sell programming to third-party platforms across the media landscape. (Source: CBS)
Atlanta Producer James Stringfellow Uses Technology
To Make 'Feel-Good' Album
GA) - An Atlanta music producer James Stringfellow aka JString uses technology to make 'Magical Manifestation
of the Feel Good Groove' Album. JString is taking a different path with the old-school album. He collaborated with creatives
internationally to complete this project. The end result might be the "feel-good" album of the year.
JString's "Magical Manifestation of the Feel Good Groove" is a collection
of songs and remixes produced by JString. The sound of the album is reminiscent of the fun music of the '80s & '90s.
JString used technology and networking platforms to his advantage. He connected with
creatives representing the UK; Germany; Venezuela; as well as several U.S. cities. The traditional recording process involving
rented hours of block studio time was replaced by at-home recording sessions, online services, and transferring electronic
Stephan Kohnke recorded drums in Chicago. Lee Ferguson recorded
bass guitar parts in the UK and Michigan. Will Allen (New Jersey) and Joshua Zook (Germany) recorded horns in their individual
studios. Rafael Sequera (Venezuela) and Eric Troi (Ohio) did the same with their guitar solos. Yona Marie recorded her supporting
vocals in her lab in Maryland.
Featured artists were also remote
representing Chicago, Atlanta, Tampa, Tuskegee, and LA. The project has seven songs similar to LP vinyl albums and two interludes
resonant to the CD era. (Source: