Justin MacEachern, also known as SirReal World, is an emerging hip hop artist born and raised in London, Ontario, Canada. Growing up his musical influences where the hip hop classics, such as Tupac, Biggie, Mobb Depp, Gangstarr, Eminem and Dr. Dre.
At an early age Justin had trouble following authority and spent the majority of his teenage years in correctional facilities. This was the environment where Justin learned to craft his thoughts and concepts into works of art. He would often rap on demand for the other people around him during his free time. Enjoying the encouragement and support of his peers, he decided to pursue his career to the next level (recording songs and live performance).
Justin went on to have kids and graduate college as an Aircraft Structural Repair Technician.
In 2009, Justin was nominated under 2 categories for the Jack Richardson Music Award. He released 2 singles that year which made #1 on the top 7 at 7 for 106.9 the X. He has had over 10 singles reach within the top 7 position on the radio station since then.
Justin was introduced to Battle Rap by his childhood friend (turned battle rapper) Made Wade, when he joined his first battle rap event with King of the Dot Entertainment. He was on Sirius XM as a representative for GotBars Battle League. He went on to battle in several leagues across Ontario between 2012-2017.
Justin now has a studio that he runs out of his home, where he creates high quality hip hop instrumentals for other artist projects. He also offers mixing and mastering servies, along with graphic artwork for event flyers and album covers.
SirReal is a multi faceted artist who enjoys working with other artists. He has worked with underground hip hop names like Reef the lost cauze, Diabolic, Sean Strange and Joell Ortiz, just to name a few.
A life-long nerve damage sustained to his left arm during his time in the Marine Corps was a beginning to a new journey that would open a new circle of influence for Geoffrey also known as “Djabk” Maunus. After taking about 7 years to partially recover, he found his new “Mission in life” through his passion of gaming.
Now using video games as his in-home therapy regimen, Djabk is gradually becoming a new sensation on how to survive, thrive, live and enjoy each day. Djabk’s love for music and games has been his therapy since his life-changing injury as he is more dedicated to creating video game music with EDM and hip-hop influences to create a more lively sound for gamers, competitors, and even streamers across the world.
“Creating music for a little under 10 years specifically for Video Games and E-Sports, music has been what I was doing this whole time. I am not a typical musician; I just sit here and mess with sound until they click in my head. I tell everyone I live in this fantasy world and it’s space. Music is what brings me to that bliss,” says Djabk.
He says further, “I am learning every day and I hope to become a better artist and grow into one of the best. This is legit all I have done. Well, and help raise 5 kids which is a job in itself.”
Producing and recording original music since 1997, Anthony Farrior AKA “Panfur” is a genre-bending producer from Philadelphia. He spent the bulk of the 2010s making music for mobile games created by his company PanfurWare LLC. He presently has over 40 singles and 4 albums on Spotify, Apple Music, Tidal, Amazon, YouTube Music, and others…
Join me in welcoming our signed rapper from Virginia named “Big Lee”. Their first official single “I Need That”, is doing great and was produced by our in-house producer Douglas Richardson. Listen below.
Jay P aka Mr. Label, is a very creative muiti-talented educated entrepreneur born and raised out of St. Louis, MO. He has a highly creative music mindset in the industry. Prior to this career choice into the industry. Jay P was prior military with the United States Navy as an E-5 Second Class Aviation Ordnancemen. He has served 4 an half years of service to the United States Navy from March 10th, 2009 to May 29th, 2013. He has served 2 tours on-board the USS John C. Stennis. After serving in the service. Jay P ‘s career began in the entertainment industry in July 2014 working for Executive Producer Summer Helene at California Pictures affiliated with Paramount Pictures as her executive assistant. Mr. Label began to take off. Mr. Label has outstanding leadership and communication skills that will help him run a successful corporation along with his impeccable leadership and his hardworking team. In 2015, Jay P aka Mr. Label Established an talent agency BlesSedGang Agency, INC.” to help allow artist more creative follow and generate revenue based out of California. That following year 2016, Jay P aka Mr. Label established an record label “BlesSedGang Records, LLC. based out of Missouri. Mr.Label has signed 3 artist: He has been producing music professionally now for 3 years. Mr. Label has now taken his career to the next level. He has had 2 placements with artist FAMEUS (808 Mafia) for their mix tape Y.G.I.T. 2. Want to find out more, let his tracks tell you his story.
I Am Nino Breeze is a Singer/MC/Songwriter/Speaker/Host who has tremendous depth and range. He has performed with some of entertainment’s brightest stars, and lent his talents to several charitable causes, such as Juvenile Diabetes, Leukemia, American Red Cross, Variety Club, and Volunteers of America. You can, currently, catch him performing weekly , in Las Vegas, with his singing group “4FRONT” and, also, with his Hip-Hop collectives “I.C. Trndz” and “PoetXCoalition”.
Nino, truly, views music as a vehicle to minister to people in their times of need, and utilizes it as his own therapeutic remedy. Through his “FUEL- Food and Understanding for Every Life” and “Rap Up Hunger” initiatives, he uses the power of music and positivity to motivate. He has said,” True wealth can only be attained by investing in people. As we help others grow we grow. As we help others succeed we succeed.” He’s gone through it all, in his life, and knows that the struggle isn’t over. “Everyday is a struggle. The key is learning from mistakes, and being able to live with regrets. We’ll never be perfect, but we can one day be proud of ourselves for truly trying to be the best we can be. Remember ‘a diamond is a piece of coal that made good under pressure’. You can either crumble or get stronger. I choose the latter.” Nino continuously reminds us to “Maintain Focus, Achieve Greatness”…Ponder and Progress..Be Great!!!
Founded in 2016, New Yeller is a Gowanus, Brooklyn-based rock band that blends indie pop, prog rock, folk-rock, and jamband sounds. Band members include Launa Schweizer (vocals), Buck McCallister (mandolin, vocals), Jon Freeman (guitar, vocals), Rick Knutsen (keys, vocals), John Newberry (drums) and Bill Lienhard (bass). Jim Meigs guest stars on harmonica.
The Stink has signed their song “Tonight We Fight” to a copublishing deal with us and we are excited to get this loud, high speed rock jam out to the masses via tv, film and commercials. Listen here and tell us what you think!
JR-Riiccoo was born Jean junior Auguste on Oct, 5th in Miami,fl. he’s the oldest of 3 children, his mother is Haitian, as well as his father… JR, was a star athlete in football, basketball, as well as track… He had a full football scholarship to attend University of Tennessee… He later transferred and graduated from Jackson State University in Mississippi… While in college he still remained an athlete, and had an opportunity to play pro football… JR always had a love for music, and begin to pursue a career in the business 2011… He started off as a writer and even wrote for a few local artistes in the Jackson Mississippi area… He later on move back to Miami to take care of his sick mother, but he never gave up his dream on being a star musician… JR style is unique because he can sing, and rap with the best of them… But what makes him really unique is his educational background and his understanding of how to cater to a specific group of listeners… Don’t let the pretty boy fool you, he’s as good as it gets…
Painter lives in beautiful Northern New Mexico among the sagebrush and rainbows, where here songs are inspired. She could very well belong to a line of troubadours from long ago, traveling the lands spreading poetic messages and moody melodies, raising heartfelt questions.
Liz grew up in New York, and her first influence was Simon and Garfunkel and the melodic themes of Broadway show tunes. She has a BA in Music from the University of Arizona in Tucson, but in the nineties, fresh out of high school, Painter adopted a hippie lifestyle and hitch-hiked with her guitar, traveling to folk and craft festivals. Liz would pull out her guitar and play songs for comrades she met on her journey, inspired by the vast starlit skies of the American Southwest, unfettered by city lights, infused with the sound and energy of the ancient elements.
Her albums ‘Home Before Dark'(2007), ‘What if?'(2011) and ‘Perfect Girl'(2019) are available on Spotify and YouTube and to purchase on her official website. Styles in these recordings span from folk-rock and soul to psychedelic rock with a twist of country.
Liz has a bottomless back-pack bulging with original songs. For Liz, each song is a valuable creation, no song a throw-away. Each song is like an insistent alpha child, prodding her, inspiring her to perform it, record it and release it into a life of its own. Liz feels lucky to have a musical soul and is grateful for the deepening of her musical path in life. She continues to develop her creative process and has just written songs for a fourth album. Inspired by great vocalists and songwriters, she feels a passion to create music every day.
I started playing piano at about 5 years of age. My Mother taught me some basic chords and my Grandmother, an accomplished organist, taught me how to play scales. When I was 12, I took classical music lessons from Olga Ruff Carter, but I only lasted one year. I didn’t like the rigidity of classical music, so I started writing 60’s pop, then 70’s rock. I was inspired by the Beatles, Pink Floyd and 10cc. I wrote many songs over the years, but I still would play classical music at times, as it seemed to soothe my soul. Later, I started to compose music for ballet. Inspired by Chopin and Tchaikovsky, I have composed at least 10 full-length ballets, and I am still working hard to get my first ballet produced. I have actually written many rock songs and classical works, not that volume of work should be impressive on its own. If my songs are my heart, then classical music is my soul!
My songs have been heard on internet radio throughout the world. I am continuing to release singles as often as possible and promote them as my budget will allow. My focus currently is mainly to get my music placed in film and television, because my songs are artistically crafted, emotionally performed and recorded methodically. In my modern classical world, I am currently in negotiations to have one of my ballets performed by a major ballet company. One accomplishment of note, is that in September of 2016 I had a world premiere of an organ piece I composed for the Offertory section of the Catholic Mass. It was performed at St. Rose church in Portland, Oregon by church organist John Vergin. It is titled, “Eucharistia”. I believe my future is ahead of me in both melodic and lyrical rock songs, as well as modern classical music.
My name is SharaLee and I’m a Canadian Soul singer and songwriter. I was named after the 80’s Christian singer, Sharalee Lucas. I suppose you could say music is in the fabric of my name. I grew up in a musical family and made my first appearance on the church stage at the age of five, with my mom accompanying me in harmony. Many family gatherings were filled with music and everyone played an instrument or sang.
I was also in choir at school, however, I was teased for being too loud and twangy. My earliest musical influences were from my grandparents and extended family. They listened to and played country, bluegrass and gospel music. All I knew was to mimic what I heard. I was given solos to sing in choir, but I never really felt accepted as a singer or musician in school. I sang in church choir for a short time as well, but again never really felt like I belonged. I became quite self conscious of my voice. I denied any interest in singing when asked, but behind closed doors I sang at the top of my lungs.
My dad started calling me the “singing frog” from the classic Loonie Toon cartoons where the frog performs for just his owner, but when brought into public he would just ribbitt. Then one day my dad brought home a Whitney Houston tape. I had never heard anyone sing like her before, and something came alive in me. But I still kept it to myself and continued to sing in private.
Several years after I graduated high school, I was driving with my boyfriend at that time, and singing along to the radio. He asked if I had ever considered singing professionally. Again it stirred something in me. It wasn’t long after, that he booked a recording session for me at his friend’s place, who happened to be a producer. There I recorded my first demo album covering a couple of country songs and one worship song from church.
I had great response to my album and was encouraged to go to Nashville to further my career.
In 2005 my mom and I did finally get to go to Nashville to meet with some industry professionals and record in their studios. I recorded my first demo of original songs from local Nashville songwiters. The country single called “Lovi’n A Good Man Tonight” was featured on a Ladies Truck’n compilation album sold at Walmart and truck stops across Canada and the US.
At this point I wanted to start exploring deeper into musical styles and those that influenced me growing up. In the summer of 2007, back in Canada, I met up with Vancouver producer Mike Nowak of Saga Recording Studio. There I recorded a demo of original Contemporary Christian and worship songs from writers across the US. “I Run To You” written by Anita Cantrall was picked up by a distributor and played on Christian radio stations across the US and was included on the Extreme Tour (Christian music festival) compilation album.
I had explored both Country and Christian music genres and was content singing songs other people had written. Although deep down, I knew something was missing.
In the summer of 2014 I met Canadian music veteran, Norm Robideaux. He took me under his wing and began encouraging me to have a writing voice of my own. And he was right, I did have something to say!
“Postcards” was my first self penned album. Norm, who along with his band had planned an international tour for the album. Unfortunately, due to some unforeseen circumstances, this tour was cancelled before the album was completed. Despite the set back, this was a monumental turning point in my musical journey. I was immensely proud of myself for writing my first full, original album. Although it would be several years still, and a lot of self discovery before really figuring myself out. I knew I had not only a voice, but something to say with that voice.
I continued to write and listen to different styles of music, but I began to feel pigeon- holed in music style because what I had recorded in the past. I continually found myself listening to genres that weren’t country or Contemporary Christian. They were R&B and Soul music. I knew deep down that I had to explore that genre.
In the Spring of 2015, I teamed up with songwriter/producer Mark Zubek (Grammy-winner Betty Carter) and co-wrote the single “Together Again”. The song is an R&B/gospel approach and a tinge of Country thrown in the mix – “Together Again” is a resurgence of my church roots. The single won an Akademia Award for Best R&B/Soul song. This would mark the beginning of finding a home in a musical genre.
Becoming ever aware of the growing opportunities for artists to license music for ads and TV/Film, I took the following year to study in a music licensing mentorship to learn how to create and license highly syncable songs, which was a total game changer in the way I approach songwriting.
I have since found musical chemistry with a great team of composers, producers and engineers and I’m continually growing my catalogue of music. I enjoy and appreciate a variety of genres and I’ll never pass up the opportunity for an interesting co-write or collaboration . But at the end of the day, I always returns to the classic sound of Soul music. It’s been said of me numerous times that I have an old soul. I hope it comes through in every song I write and every word I sing.
Welcome Mannee Beatz to PanfurWare LLC Music Publishing and Placements!!! Here’s their Bio:
I was born in Houston, TX. I raised in a family of gospel musicians. I started out playing the guitar at the age of 13 years olds learning how to play the 12 bar blues and rock roll music. Then 16 years old I got into making beats when my father purchase a recording software called Cakewalk. What got me into making beats was always being inspire by listening music. I grew up listening to christian rap music like Lecrae and 116 Clique which was my main influence in music. After I graduated from home school, I went to Northeast Texas Community College to pursue my music degree and end it up obtaining degree in Associate of Arts in Music. Since I graduated from college, I’ve taken online music business online courses developed my own business name ManneeBeatz.com selling beats online as a music producer. I can produce beats such as Hip Hop, R&B, Pop music and any genre I can learn potentially achieve. I believe in working with artists and A&R managers that have the same level of interest, passion and that strives to work on a highly professional level.
Welcome our new producer named “Jay Santana”. Here’s their bio:
My Name Is Jalen, AKA Jay Santana. Ive been producing for about 13 years & I’m 23 now, growing up in north Carolina taught me how to learn music and instruments on my own, I remember when I was 10 I was on my moms dell desktop on fl studio 9 teaching myself how to make beats, I kept at it for about 2 years and I got the hang of it and started to found my sound. At 15-16 I officially started to sell my beats, I went under the name “Diamondgangbeats” and I was excited that I was getting 10k-20k views on beats on youtube. Now that I’m 23 I feel like I took another step, my goal is to make producing my full time job so I can show producers just starting out in 2019 that it CAN be done.
North Philly and its surroundings have an amazing scene for Rap & Hip Hop, but North Philly Hozman whose a.k.a’s includes: (HOZ, NP Hozman, and NP King) is by far one of the crown holders with his in-your-face Trap Rap for fans of the we looking for something that blows them away with the energy his style boast.
You can hear a very well-polished ambience in a lot of his track intros. “What You Know” displays a great example of this, leaving the listener on the edge of their seat wondering what’s to come when the verse kicks in, When listening to his rhythmic roll-of-the-tongue rhymes with the energy beautifully on the top layer, you will easily think to yourself that Hozman’s voice was designed for this genre; another musician born to do this.
With the ambience still in play in the intro of “Murder ’em”, you get another taste of that same brilliant energy while exploring more sides to Hoz. The production value is right where it needs to be, and the beat that makes this track most interesting is the fact that the plug-ins and post-production tricks don’t take your focus off the clever lyricism and powerful persona in Hozman’s voice. This kind of production is rare nowadays, and it’s a dream come true when you get to actually hear a stroke of genius like this.
Hozman has a great catalogue; including features from some very talented female rappers, and other top-of-the-line talent from his scene. He also has made appearances in film, and also has an album currently out titled Streets of the Future, Produced by Kareem Rebel (the man behind CRS with Kanye West, Lupe Fiasco, and Pharrell Williams) which features singer J-Smoove. It’s a 7-track EP that doesn’t disappoint in the least. Hoz has also been featured on many Coast 2 Coast Mixtapes and continues to hold his name in the game as a force to be reckoned with. North Philly and (some of the other major cities) have some stiff competition when Hozman begin his takeover of the streets and airwaves.
His Anticipated EP Titled “Grown Man Music” was released on November 4, 2016 featuring hits like
“Fly Me Away” and “Grown Man” (both hits feat. Nino Breeze).
Grown Man Music is Available Now on ITunes & other Online Outlets.
Hoz can be seen in Various Snap Shots of the January 2017 Issue of Swag Magazine Souf’.
NP Hozman has the Support of SOBAL-P LLC (Saving Our Books And Literacy Programs) which is an enormous Supporter of UNSIGNED INDEPENDENT ARTIST. SOBAL-P strives to help Artist who have (Lyrical Music & Talent) to get their Music heard by a Mass of Clubs and Arena Stages Worldwide.
Connect with North Philly Hozman:
New video: https://youtu.be/5Em09e0Nap8
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My style is Down Tempo. Piano melodies layered over chords and Boom Bap Drums.My influences are; Tory Lanez, Weeknd, Partynextdoor, and Bryson Tiller.Some background information; I have collabs with Hiphop Artist from all forms of Social Media. Twitter, Facebook, SoundCloud and LinkedIn, just to name a few. Just do a SoundCloud search “Douglas Richardson”.Currently, I am involved in an Non Exclusive agreement with a Music Publisher. I just completed my first BeatPACK and is currently working on my second BeatPack. I am currently networking with other Industry Professionals; Managers, Promoters, A&Rs, in an attempt to build a solid team around me.I recently recorded a single with a Hiphop Artist from Milwaukee, WI
Antony acquired a bachelor’s degree in music and a master’s degree in education (both from the University of Sydney). He worked in Australia as a high school teacher … and was an atrocious educator. While attempting to teach abroad, London’s Platinum Records recruited him as their audio engineer where he worked with the Sugar Babes, UB40 and many more artist producing bands for London radio. All the while he has been obsessed with music, guitar, writing and recording. PanfurWare is pleased to have secured six tracks from his latest release, Backwards Compatible.
Welcome our latest artist from Australia: Antony Darvill. More details coming soon. In the mean time listen to his tracks and picture his music in your media 🎶 🎶 🎧 .