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Meet Terrance Williams the Party Promoter Turned Entrepreneur

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Baton Rouge native Terrance Williams grew up in Louisiana as a single child. Growing up he was influenced by his mother who was also an entrepreneur. He was a student at Woodlawn High School and later attended Southern University but dropped out to support his family.

Williams started his career in New Orleans as an entrepreneur, promoting events for other promotional parties before starting his own. He founded his company “The Event Pros” an entertainment business platform that has featured celebrities clients such as Lil Baby, Young Dolph, City Girls, Blac Youngsta, YFN Lucci, and others, making him at the top tier in the promotional industry. Terrence rapidly rose to be one of top promoters of Baton Rouge, LA and the surrounding areas, bringing out over 700+ people every weekend.

Williams says “Coming out of Baton Rouge, Louisiana was hard. The entertainment game is rough due to the low tourist and celebrity traffic.” He quotes “Success means a lot to me for my company. I have employees depending on me and my success to feed their family and that’s what I’ll continue to strive to do.” Terrence has a lot of plans for his company in the future and plans to dedicate himself to the business to help others in need. 

Follow @itsjusttwill and his company The Event Pros @eventproshtx.

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Atlanta Artist DavidTheTragic Unleashes New Visual Titled “ALLERGY”

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DavidTheTragic has proven himself to be one of the most diligent and original stylists in Atlanta ever since he broke through the underground in early 2019. Since then, he has released three tapes, “Fit In,” “Bender,” and “How It Feel,” which all act as evidence for his improving and expanding abilities as an emcee. David manages to stand out in the hip-hop mecca by being a keen expressionist who uses articulate lyricism and gruff flows to paint lofty portraits of his psyche. He resides in a similar introspective lane as Kenny Mason, Ovrcast, Jelani Imani, and Mavi. His newest single + video, “ALLERGY,” is yet another testament to DavidTheTragic’s originality and masterful rapping ability. It’s clear that no one else sounds like him or flows like him right now. The video, directed by Brendan Mcgregor, matches the aesthetic of David’s recent videos for singles “Money First” and “Lori.” It shifts from scenes of intense color correction to David on a roof or in an alley shaking his dreads and talking his shit. The track is a two and a half minute frenzy of clever bars: “I was on a year long bender / These n***as my son like Simba / She like when I hit from the fender…Underground like Master Splinter…Egotistical I suppose / I just move with the highs and lows…I ain’t hatin’ on a n***a that look like me / Please hit me with zeros I ain’t doin’ no shit for clout or IG.” It sounds as if David hopped in the booth then splatter painted the beat with everything that was on his mind at the time. 

DavidTheTragic – Instagram & Twitter

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Kevin Powers Makes Soul-Filled Pop-Rap

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Hailing from Charlotte, North Carolina, Kevin Powers makes soul-filled pop-rap in the vein of The Kid Laroi and the late great Juice WRLD. On his newest single,“Since I Got On,” the 19-year-old flexes his lifestyle, which has quickly gone from normal to lavish through the success of his music. Produced by longtime friend Whit Kane and collaborator Fernospazzin, Powers exhibits his natural talent for finding the perfect middle between hard-lined rapping and raspy singing. The video, directed by Levi DeSantis, shows Powers riding around in a Corvette, throwing money, and popping bottles: we witness the perks of the fast life he lives. Kevin Powers has been on a roll this year, seeing his stock dramatically increase through just a few releases, all of which have gathered 100k+ listens on Spotify and 10k+ views on YouTube. Being so talented, young, and comfortable in the spotlight, it seems like there’s nowhere for Kevin Powers to go but up. 

Follow him on Instagram & Twitter

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Cleveland Rapper Freshie Drops Visual For “Bad Guy”

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A staple of the underground of Cleveland, Ohio, Freshie has been punishing beats for years. On his latest release, “Bad Guy,” Freshie starts and ends the track in fifth gear, not taking his foot off the gas for even a second. The menacing 808Demon produced instrumental pairs perfectly with Freshie’s sinister verses: “Creep inside this house it ain’t no Santa Claus / Police they be watchin’ shit I’m like fuck em all.”  The quality and originality of this track highly impressive, but shouldn’t come as a surprise for someone as staunch and solidified as Freshie, who has worked with 808Mafia, ChaseTheMoney, Chxpo, KEY!, Lil Xan, 03 Greedo + more in the past. The video for “Bad Guy,” directed and edited by Zenen Saneshige, is a 3 minute adrenaline rush – Freshie does donuts in an SRT, the camera chaotically pans in and out, and Freshie poses by cop cars. It’s yet another testament to what makes Freshie one of Cleveland’s most consistent and colorful voices in rap. 

Freshie – Instagram & Twitter

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