Sunday, March 29, 2020
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Truth is Wayne Dreadski’s name echoes Canadian-born hockey player Wayne
Gretzky’s name thanks to which his music has been topping the Canadian Viral Charts.
Toronto, Canada (March 30, 2020) - Many know when it comes to the genre of rapping,
there’s one name that has been making news for a while. Wayne Dreadski, thanks to
his great work, has become a huge sensation since 2017.
On Spotify, music lovers can find many of his songs from different albums and EPs like Travel Addict, Rasta Rockstar, Designer, Neptune, Her Own Bandz, and more.
Wayne Dreadski is releasing a new project the 3rd Friday in April 2020 title Covid-19.
There’s currently no vaccine to prevent coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
You can protect yourself and help prevent spreading the virus to others if you:
-Remember to wash your hands regularly for 20 seconds, with soap and water or
alcohol-based hand rub
-Always cover your nose and mouth with a disposable tissue or flexed elbow when you
cough or sneeze
-Please avoid close contact (1 meter or 3 feet) with people who are unwell
-Always stay home and self-isolate from others in the household if you feel unwell
What started Wayne Dreadski's music popularity?
Manager of Concrete Music Entertainment "Shizz" started calling him Wayne Dreadski
in 2017 and ever since then he started having a huge fan following. Shizz came up with
this name through a unique twist of combining the great hockey player Wayne Gretzky’s
name with this rapper’s name.
Who Is Wayne Gretzky?
Wayne Gretzky is a Canadian-born hockey player and NHL Hall of Famer. He started
skating at age 2 and by the age of 6 he was regularly playing with players much older to
him. He played his first full NHL season in 1979-80 for the Edmonton Oilers. Over the next two decades, he dominated the sport, setting a host of league records. He retired in 1999 and was inducted into the Hall of Fame that same year.
This unique combination of an athlete’s name with that of a musician is definitely
something the world hasn’t seen before. To listen to Wayne Dreadski’s work, please
508 Morgan Street NE
About US : Wayne Dreadski is an independent artist that has a passion for sharing and
education those with a passion for Entertainment and Music
Saturday, March 28, 2020
The closer you get to the flame, the brighter your fire burns.Coming back from the brink, Hott LockedN raps like his life depends on it. This urgency defines his own signature style of “slide music,” pairing bold bars and hypnotic hooks. Born and raised in the Southside Atlanta neighborhood of College Park, Hott picked up a microphone in 2017. However, the streets called to him, and various trouble followed. In late 2018, he sustained a gunshot wound in the neck, required a defibrillator twice, and spent thirty days in the hospital. During that time, he constantly listened to Lil Baby and wrote raps with a pen and pad of paper as he regained control of his voice throughout the ensuing four weeks down. Returning home, he dropped the Locked’N Da Streetz mixtape ignited by the fan favorite single “Buddy Dem.” One phone call changed his life. T.R.U. A&R advised him to get on a plane with Sleepy Rose. The next day, he found himself in Los Angeles and recorded thirteen songs with 2 Chainz and signed to T.R.U. (The Real University). His “slide” style goes worldwide on the first single from Looking Like It Records, Sleepy Rose’s “Shoot It Out” [feat. 2 Chainz, WORL, & Hott LockedN]. “Coming from College Park, people don’t believe you have a future,” he says. “However, I make it happen. I want to show everybody it’s possible for you to do whatever you believe in. The more you believe, the higher you’re going to get.” “I made Hott fly to L.A. with no friends and no guns,” states 2 Chainz. “I told him to just come around be young. In three days, we did thirteen records in that time. If I don’t do anything else in my career, I’ve got to give back to the Southside. I grew up with Hott’s daddy and uncle. This kid got shot and came back. He has a story to tell. We’re bring that energy in a way where he can make some money and build a life. He deserves it.” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q-I5bzoc5Ag
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Thursday, March 26, 2020
About Josh Gallagher
Josh Gallagher writes songs destined to root themselves inside your brain and bring you back to the first moment you heard them, every time you listen; he’s not just making music, he’s crafting memories. Doggedly likeable and unashamedly himself, the Pennsylvania native has a ‘no-bullshit’ kind of charm, earning praise from the likes of Rolling Stone, Billboard and CMT, along with some of country music’s greatest heroes. “This kid,” Garth Brooks said of Gallagher, “as soon as he opens his mouth — you believe him.” In 2016 , Josh Gallagher forced the world to rear its head on season 11 of NBC’s The Voice, making history as the first country artist coach Adam Levine has ever led to the show’s finale. Since then, Josh Gallagher has proven he can hold his own on stage with Randy Houser, Eric Paslay, Lee Ann Womack, Cole Swindell and more. Gallagher’s video How ‘Bout You held the #1 spot on CMT’s 12-Pack Countdown for 5 consecutive weeks, where he was also spotlighted as a rising star through the network’s Artist Discovery initiative. In a genre with blurred lines and pandering hits running on borrowed time, Josh Gallagher has established his own distinct voice, showing no sign of fading away quietly. Following the May 2019 release of his debut project Josh Gallagher EP, JG brought the country music community to its knees with the fall single and music video Boots Like Mine. The Boots Like Mine video ultimately led to Gallagher breaking his own record, spending 8 weeks at #1 on CMT Music’s 12-Pack Countdown. Following the enormous success of Boots Like Mine, Josh Gallagher proudly announced the March 27, 2020 release of his sophomore EP Turn Around Town.
MIC DROP chronicles the culture and journey of Christian Hip Hop from its inception to its present-day millennial influence that has caught fire once-again as a "grassroots movement" among indie artists and fans all over the world. This spring, executive producer Michael-Anthony Taylor, Black Lava Films and Ergon Entertainment present MIC DROP: The Culture of Christian Hip Hop. Chronicling a grassroots movement that has only recently implanted itself within mainstream music, MIC DROPillustrates the origin story of Christian Hip Hop (CHH). "I'm so humbled by the fact that I can be a catalyst for something that has been attempted on various occasions over the years," says the film's writer and director Darius West. "A documentary about Christian Hip Hop does more than just shine a light on a once totally underground phenomenon, it gives a completely new voice to the Hip Hop community."
Featuring CHH pioneers, as well as next generation believers and creators, MIC DROPdocuments a dream becoming tangible at one of the genre's centers of conception— Dallas, TX. However, CHH has caught fire globally, and it shows no sign of slowing down. The climate is changing for young people of faith, and the ways that CHH has already redefined Hip Hop culture are finally being embraced. From Lecrae to Kanye West, Rap's frontrunners are paving the way for worship music to not only be accepted, but commercially coveted. Christian Hip Hop is officially a part of music history, and MIC DROP is the first testament of its kind. MIC DROP: The Culture of Christian Hip Hop will make its debut at a private screening at Belcourt Theatre in Nashville, TN on May 28, 2020, followed by pop-up screenings nationwide. For more, visit www.micdropthemovie.com.
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Wednesday, March 25, 2020
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