Saturday, December 25, 2010

"Mr. Intro" Co-Dizzle

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Blazing New Single Called "Bright Lights Produced by Mdotmusic
NY Anthem Bright Lights produced by MdotMusic to hear more from @Co_dizzle check out the Billionaire Bailout on Itunes.
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@Co_dizzle What You Waiting For
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BIO Codell aka Codizzle is a skilled & talented Harlem born entrepreneur.Getting his start by selling the hottest custom sneakers to promoters, DJ's and recording artists, here he built relationships that would start his career in the music business. CoDizzle was invited to perform at many of these promotional events for young people. His versatile rhymes have kept his flow on the cutting edge for his audiences who embrace his music. Codizzle handles the stage with a smooth style like a drive in a Maybach. His mixtapes have the sweetest beats that have given him more exposure at festivals, youth organizations, open mics and college tours. Codizzle continues to add flavor to the freshness of his mixtapes. His vocal skills energizes people to get on the dance floor and has DJ's spinning his tracks at the clubs. Codizzle commands your attention with his freestyle lyrics and amazes you with his tough no holds barred words of a poet. He bridges the east coast, south & west coasts styles that leaves you always wanting more of Codizzle.

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Phone: 347-235-7193

Monday, December 20, 2010

Commission of Independent Artists aka The Commission aka The C.I.A.

Commission of Independent Artists aka The Commission aka The C.I.A. is an organization for all genres, talents & ethnicities where we recognize that each artist is an individual and that all artists deserve the opportunity to succeed but often lack the tools (knowledge) to excel. With that in mind,
Commission of Independent Artists was born. With the intention to provide independent artists (Individual and groups alike) with a bridge between where they are and where they have potential to be via providing a central location (if located in the DC, Maryland, Virginia area or via online if not) for Indie Artists to congregate and fraternize to exchange positive ideas & feedback and receive a variety of opportunities ordinarily unknown to them.
Commission of Independent Artists is a network of media entities that submit opportunities for artists to utilize as a way of getting more exposure, experience, and education about the music industry locally and nationally. Our goal is to help the independent artist build a foundation to level the playing field with other independent artists. We show artists to become better at what they do and teach them to be a business and how to protect their 'product'.

A few amenities of what membership offers to the Independent Artist:
*Industry Conference Calls
*Listening Sessions
*Notification of Coming Events (conferences, open mics, tours, competitions)
*Assistance with Planning & Organization of Release Parties
*Project Review
*Referrals to:
* Producers * Graphic Designers * Printers * Web Designers * Singers * Songwriters * Management * Videographers * Photographers * DJ mixtape hosting * Distribution * EPK Writers * Engineers * Interview Opportunities * Recording Studios etc.
By definition:
Commission - a select group of persons assigned to consider or take action on some matter
Independent - not influenced or controlled by others in matters of opinion, conduct, etc.; thinking or acting for oneself:
Artist - a person who works in one of the performing arts, as an actor, musician, or singer; a public performer: a mime artist
*Membership is $40 per month per artist individual (enroll before January 2011 to recieve a significant discount)
Please submit your inquiry of interest to

In order for each member of a group to receive services of The CIA, each member of the group must enroll and receive a membership number. Thereafter, you will be acknowledged as a member of The CIA.
As a member of The CIA, you must agree to-
Protect your image, character, associations, business dealings & conduct business as such
Abide and honor the confidentiality agreement provided by The CIA
Be respectful of yourself, your peers, other members, service providers, etc
You MAY discontinue your membership with The CIA at anytime WITHOUT penalty of financial obligations HOWEVER, once you are no longer a member of The CIA, the benefits, preferential treatment and / or discount of services from our service providers may or may NOT be available to you.
You may also apply for membership again at a later date WITHOUT penalty
The CIA reserves the right to relieve you and / or your group as a whole at anytime if the guidelines in this agreement have not been met or have NOT been followed.
The Service Providers that are referred to The CIA members are NOT employees of Honey Management OR The CIA, they are independent service providers in which The CIA acknowledged to perform fair business practices, great work, expeditious services and / or willing to offer discounted rates for The CIA members exclusively.
The CIA membership does NOT assume the position of management, representation or its likeness. (The CIA can actually be utilized as a supplement to your current management.)
Guarantee any specific results or success of the artists career
Any problems that may arise are solely between the service provider and The CIA member. However, if we can assist in the resolution of the disagreement/problem, by simply submitting the problem in a brief yet descriptive email, we will attempt to do so.
The CIAs success is strongly reliant on the professionalism of the Service Providers and if they are found guilty of not providing the services agreed upon, action will be taken to ensure the success of all parties involved.

FINAL MESSAGE: Any company to model the services of The Commission of Independent Artists can not guarentee the satisfction/success that we can. The Commssion of Independent Artists not only is a family, but our service providers grow as our clientelle grows. Why? Because we cosign and promote talented people and we all work together for a common goal. GOOD MUSIC.

Friday, December 17, 2010


This isn't your usual post of who's beefing with who. This is my own personal outlook on all the silly. childish ways of people I have come across as well as stories I have heard.
FIRST of all, if you have a problem with someone you need to really dig deep as to WHY. Is it a valid reason? Does it effect you or your lifestyle? If so, how so and were you the cause of this 'situation'? Can it effect you long term or was it a phuck up on your part OR did you simply get caught 'sleeping"on the job. If you can fix it, do so. If not, GET A PHUCKIN GRIP!
SECOND, don't spread gossip, rumors or heresay because one or more of many actions can happen... as follows:
The object of your 'problem' may find out; then what are you gonna do?or better yet, what will THEY do?
People may take you as childish and not want to work with you.
People may see you are WEAK and prey off of you (hmph, for whatever THAT is worth)
The list of outcomes may vary and may be dangerous to your health and /or your "profession".

But I ask the feable individuals who are the sorry azz gossip mongers,what is the reason you talk sh!t about people you idolize?... I mean have a problem with. What are you hoping to achieve besides an embarrassing public display of your worthlessness?... I mean a confrontation. If you can't handle the impact of what they do when they don't even know you exsist,how in the Sam Dickens could you handle a direct assault? Straight foolishness (I love that word)

Anyway, for those that have a problem with me, my associates, my associates neighbors, the store I brought my coffee from, my favorite color orange, the toilet paper I used most recently, or the oh-so-sweet taste of HONEY... (yeh, you're mad now ain't ya? LMAO) Blame your parents for making an individual such as yourself and seek therapy.

All other supporters of HM, HM Radio, The Commission of Independent Artists, The Hip Hop Cypher or any of my affiliates *dap* thanks, I see you and I appreciate you.

Chat with you soon and Stay Sweet,

Saturday, December 11, 2010

A Closer Look ... Amiyj

There’s a saying in the basketball world: You can’t teach height. In the stratosphere of entertainment, it’s star power that relegates education obsolete. It’s also what makes tomorrow such an inviting host for Massachusetts’ first hip-hop star, Amiyj (pronounced Ah-meej). With a fashion model look, consuming charisma, a flammable independent single (“Take A Picture”) and personal story worthy of cinematic attention, Amiyj is you and your significant other’s favorite new MC. Born in Worcester, Massachusetts to a Ghanaian father and Trinidadian mother who weren’t able to financially raise their son, young Amiyj was shipped to his grandparent’s home in Trinidad. With a minister for a grandfather and a Soca band leader for an uncle, Amiyj discovered an appreciation for words and music early on. This appreciation would mature into a passion once the destined MC returned to the U.S. as a youth and found what would remain his biggest love (until the birth of his daughter): hip-hop. “Yes my extremely diverse background immediately separates me from other rap artists,” says the 28-year-old. “But there’s so much more to my story that I have no choice but to stand apart from the pack.” His story does get deeper. While Amiyj’s parents were finally able to shelter and feed their son, they had no desire to keep him on par with the Jones’s. So by age 14, Amiyj fell into the all-too-familiar trappings of drug hustling. Never compromising his intelligence for commerce, Amiyj maintained his A-student status during the former part of the day and hit the block heavy for the latter. By the time Amiyj was able to send himself to Salem State College (Sociology major) he already had a rep as a local rap star, built on his articulate delivery and fortified by rock-solid relationships throughout the underworld. Throughout the New England area he would easily sell out shows, even becoming the first rapper to perform at the"The Tuckerman Hall" Massachusetts Symphony Orchestra. Unfortunately, after college, with mixtape sales and a Hollywood modeling contract unable to sustain his new title of Dad, Amiyj returned to hustling eventually landing him a drug charge in 2008. Fortunately an illegal search helped him avoid prison. Viewing his exoneration as a blessing, Amiyj teamed with Famish Enterprises and fully committed himself to his music. Now with “Take A Picture” catching fire from Boston to South Beach and his self-titled video grabbing the Internet’s attention, it’s looking like the son of two immigrants is finally ready to live his American dream. “How many rappers lived in a foreign country, have a criminal background, went to college, were signed to a major modeling agency and can make hit records with the best of em?”

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Monday, December 6, 2010

Meet RoQ'y TyRaiD

Introducing RoQ'y TyRaiD! Hailing from So-Cal, Fresh-Coast USA and currently holding down Phoenix, AZ... this all-around West Coast artist is by far at the pinnacle of his class! All it takes is one song to know that the industry now has a true young lyricist and all around unique and complex artist for the next generation! Check out his current project "New Millennium Man Vol 1" which is slated to be the quintessential mixtape series of the decade and the start of an illustrious career for the budding artist. It is my deepest honor to share the video "Woosah".

Thank you DJ's all across the globe in advance for taking the reigns and steering the Hip-Hop masses back towards the direction of real music. Enjoy! And welcome to the audio revolution!!!!

RoQ'y on BandCamp

RoQ'y on DatPiff

RoQ'y on twitter
and email


Sunday, December 5, 2010

Hip Hop Cypher DC Edition - Immaculate You Capitol Heights, MD

Yesterday was great!
Not only was the owner of Immaculate You accomodating, but my PIC (Partner In Crime) Permiss a great host and DJ Bobby Steelz killing the turntables (as usual) but, the emcees came out, got on the mic not once, not twice, but THREE times because each round the rooms' intensity seemed to increase just a lil bit more. Unfortunately 4 hours passed quickly and we had to go, but everyone got a chance to exchange info and invite each other to shows and collabs.

I really want to say that regardless to the state of Hip Hop on a mainstream level, the 'Underground' Hip Hop scene may fade if people remain complacent, but CAN'T die if someone, anyone still believes and puts a plan into action to keep a lil blood flowing through the veins of the music that so many of us love.

Stay tuned for the footage (compliments of Street Smart Magazine) and for the Jersey Edition at the top of the year.

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

"In It To WIN It" Rap Battle

Hack Man Hank and Money Land Records Present: "In It To WIN It" Rap Battle

Do you think you have what it takes to win the grand cash prize?

Come down to 3720 Potee Street Baltimore, Maryland

Doors open at 8 p.m. battle starts at 9 p.m.

"Strictly Hip-Hop's" own Florida is your host; along with the cash prize the winner of the battle will also win radio rotation on Deep Flow Studios radio show and also a live webcam clip in the Deep Flow Studio.

For more information call 443 378 9144

*please come out and support the artists and be sure to tune in to "Strictly Hip Hop" Friday nights on DMV's 88.9 FM: midnight to 5am

In It to WIN It Rap Battle