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Artist of the Month May 2020- Keezay Fooliano

Rhythm Rave Radio’s Artist of the Month is musician and hip hop artist Keezay Fooliano. Keez, a Boston native, started rapping at the age 6. Keez started taking his career serious when he lost his brother Jorge and nana But he was blessed with a beautiful daughter since then he has been working on his anticipated mix-tapes dedicated to the grind. He has his own group BTS scrillagang also a BTS clothing line. Keezay has been on the airwaves since 2014 and the hits keep flowing from this artist and producer of hits like Cold Hearted, GGYS feat Keezay & B.G Fran, Make Sense, Talk That Talk, & Good Time. Check out this very talented artist right here on Rhythm Rave Radio in rotation, and his social media platforms!

Twitter: @Bouthatscrilla


Instagram: @keezayfoolianomusic

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Artist of the Month April 2020- Karina Nistal

Karina Nistal is an eclectic singer and songwriter that has been very hardworking in her craft throughout the years. Karina grew up in a mostly Spanish speaking household in Houston where many styles of music were exchanged between her parents and two older siblings who at the time influenced her the most. she knew she loved music at an early age and tried to absorb everything she heard.

Karina has blessed the musical landscape with hits such as ‘Wiser’ , ‘Spiraling’ , ‘Pure Vida’ , and many more. Karina is a kind and wise soul, and the music industry is very fortunate to have her grace us as listeners. Karina has been listened by thousands on Rhythm Rave Radio over the years, and will continue to stay in constant rotation always!

Vist her website at

Twitter @karinanistal
Instagram : karinanistal

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Artist of the Month March 2020- Kayo Kano

Kayo Kano is a versatile artist that covers many different aspects of media and has been a faithful supporter of Rhythm Rave Radio. Kano is a Musician, You-Tube Content Creator, Graphic Designer, Gamer, and a Journalist. From bangin’ cuts such as ‘Too Many Times’, ‘Feels Good’ and more, Kano has succeeded to excel through out the years. Salute to Kano, Rhythm Rav Radio’s Artist of the Month for March 2020! Follow Kano on Twitter @RealKayoKano and Spotify.

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Artist of the Month February 2020-Tabitha Jade

Tabitha Jade is Rhythm Rave Radio’s Artist of the Month for February 2020! Tabitha is a hard-working indie artist with the talent and soul to rise high and shine bright. Not only is she talented and beautiful but we can tell that she cares about the science behind putting the music together. She delivers solid music with a great message.  Rhythm Rave Radio’s catalog of her music played on air includes her singles ‘Right Here’, ‘Caught Up’, ‘Don’t Know Yuh Name’ and her current single ‘Secret’, keeping our faithful listeners excited for even more!


Tabitha Jade, the rapidly emerging Urban Artist, has scooped a multitude of awards; National Song writing 2015 (Sony & Universal), nominated BOB Unsigned Music Awards Best Female 2017, Best Live Act 2018 Lifestyle Awards, Winner of Best Female Urban (Radio Online) 2017, and Winner of OpenMicUK 2017 with her sister Eliza Mai. June 2018, she received a special award from Song Academy Special Award for vocals & production, and one of the coveted LIMF Academy Top 20 & One To Watch 2017, confirming her as one of the UK’s top Teens. Dec 2018 saw the artist receive her most significant achievement to date, nominated as Urban Music Awards One to Watch 2018.

Summer 2018 she had a busy festival season which culminated in opening the Main stage at the North wests Premier Pride Celebration supporting Rita Ora, Alexandra Burke, and Sigala with her full band.

The writer singer is currently play listed across many Independent, Online and local Radio stations, and has been featured on BBC Introducing Merseyside. Sept 2016 saw her live performance of song What You Were Like featured on BBC1Xtra with an interview with DJ Target. In May 2017 demo Nothing On Me received another BBC1Xtra play from DJ Ace.

Now based in Liverpool and London, she is now working on a number of new and exciting projects and collaborations, watch this space!

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Kobe Bryant Dies in a Helicopter Crash

Kobe Bryant, the Los Angeles Lakers superstar and future NBA Hall of Famer, died on Sunday in a helicopter crash. He was 41. Officials confirm to Variety that Bryant was a passenger on board a helicopter that crashed in the Los Angeles County suburb of Calabasas.

A five-time NBA champion with the Lakers, Bryant was considered one of the greatest basketball players of all-time. He is survived by his wife, Vanessa, and four daughters – Gianna, Natalia and Bianca and Capri.

Upated to include.

ABC News is reporting that Bryant’s daughter Gianna was also on board the helicopter.

From Variety

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Is Loni Love Correct about Black Men Not Being Faithful Due to Lack of Power and Slavery?

Comedian Loni Love stated this past week on her talk show The Real, that black men in America cannot stay faithful in relationships due to their, in her words, being obsessed with money and power. The comment came up on the show regarding Joe Budden’s opinion regarding comedian Kevin Hart’s infidelity issues, and Loni interjected stating that “I don’t speak for the Black community by I do think that a lot of Black men, they really don’t know how to have true, faithful relationships,” she said. “They think because they have money, they have power, that they can treat women any kind of way

After another co-host mentioned that all men of other races cheat too, Loni then went on to say “No, it’s not across the board because what is happening is that we are still dealing with the point of slavery,” Loni continued. “And we are descendants of slavery and because our families were broken up, we still do not have an idea of how to have togetherness because our families were broken up.”

When I analyzed in context what Loni expounded, I realized that this was a backhanded response to a clear issue with men in general. To blame black men’s inability to maintain a healthy relationship with his mate due to these reasons is extraordinarily inaccurate. Singling out one race for cheating due to a lust for money and power makes the real culprits of infidelity avoid culpability. Loni apparently is looking through life and love through a pair of race baiting glasses. How can one seriously defend such a ridiculous claim? One would suspect that Loni has had bad experiences in the past with black men and is seeking to justify her claims because of it.

Yes, black men have suffered the unfathomable depths of slavery, and was separated from the family structure that they were expected to uphold without condition. Yes, black men have been on the short stick when it comes to economic power and has struggled to make ends meet for hundreds of years. But to lay the blame of infidelity at the feet of black men exclusively is not only irresponsible but dangerous. Men have always sought the objective of domineering and conquering. Collectively all men, from Mansa Musa to Alexander the Great and beyond, have sought riches and glory, but one his greatest prizes was the attention and affection of women. Many men have callously objectified and cheated on women for thousands of years. Some could easily say that to a certain degree, women equally share in this equation. Why do certain women attach themselves to men who have track records of unfaithfulness?

Many black males are taken off the chessboard due to not only economic hardships, but also to incarceration, death and living a ‘down-low’ lifestyle. When in comparison to other races, black men carry and exceptional weight to carry. But this should not reflect the totality of black males, only a small fraction of the population. The entertainment business through different genres of music through Hip Hop and Rock & Roll especially, have fostered the get rich and die trying lifestyle for men to look up too and emulate. Black men have been targeted and promoted to live life in excess, even without having the actual financial security as their counterparts. This drives certain men to seek the dominance of multiple women to compensate for the obvious lack of power within their own lives and communities. However, to communicate to the masses that only black males suffer from these deficits is highly deceptive. Black people only make up roughly 14% of the American population, so the numbers are skewed unportioned. What the real question should have been asked was why men cheat in general. I suspect that because Loni is in an interracial relationship, her rationale for her generalization is tainted.  


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Should Whitney Houston and The Notorious B.I.G. be Inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame?

I recently saw a comment online about why Whitney Houston and The Notorious B.I.G was not qualified to be inducted in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.  I wondered for a moment if I should be angered by this, and should I debate the origins of true Rock & Roll’s roots with the author of the post. I wanted to remind them of how the term Rock & Roll was created by a disc jockey by the name of Alan Freed, used to describe black R&B records that were of high energy. From the black roots of blues emanating from the local juke joints, to legendary stories of Robert Johnson selling his soul for a wicked lick on his well-worn guitar, rock’s origins could not be denied.

Rock & Roll is the love child of blues and the hard-rocking melodies of many different recordings of the early 1940’s and 50’s. The early rock and roll sound was created by Sister Rosetta Tharpe, a black woman who was born well over 100 years ago. Little Richard to Chuck Berry, from Bo Diddly to Jimi Hendrix, many of their white counterparts in this music genre owe a substantial amount of credit to these individuals. The Rolling Stones’ love for black music propelled them to super stardom, not to mention the millions of dollars Elvis Presley cultivated from early soul music. I though very carefully for a measured response that wouldn’t make me sound to preachy, after all I wanted to make my case solid in my statement.

Then I considered the segregation of black artist in the early 70’s and 80’s at the television award shows. Whenever an artist such as Michael Jackson and Prince would win it would be for best black single or best black artist of the year categories. Just look at some old footage from early 80’s clips on YouTube and you will see what I mean. As a child at that time, I was just so happy to see one of my favorite artist win, I didn’t take in the totality of the apparent segregation of music had been at that time.

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has inducted every popular rock band from Led Zeppelin, Motley Crue, Aerosmith and countless others that they deem worthy of being beacons of light for the almighty throne of this genre. I mean, where would a place be for artists such as Hip Hop and R&B legends Run DMC and Parliament Funkadelic? Would we the have to take the time to create separate Halls of Fames for R&B and Hip Hop, knowing full well that those halls would not be so revered as such an institution as The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame? Would these events get the same amount of airtime and promotion to garner the same amount of recognition deserving of a legendary artist?

Whitney Houston and Biggie Smalls may be not the standard examples of your typical hard rocking artist with waving guitars and crashing drums. But consider Rock & Roll’s origins and take a step back and think about what Rock& Roll music really is. The music is full of high energy, up tempo beats and emotional gravitas that make the souls and hearts of the listeners race. I concede that LL Cool J would look a little awkward standing next to Alice Cooper, but I’m quite sure both artist would respect what the other does in the long run.

It’s about appeasing the masses and making the fans satisfied with the resulting product. Music is what it is: music. The categorization of music is what holds up the most barriers, it’s become denominational not unlike church on a Sunday morning. We idolize our music gods and stand firm on our personal beliefs of what a good song should be and not for what it really is. Maybe would should remember the joy that songs can bring from any artist if it’s good and celebrate together. We owe that to the legends who gave a treasure of memories and good times. So, let hip hop and R&B artists in with no trepidation, but with confidence that being honored is one of the greatest things we can do for one another despite our tastes and beliefs.  

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Trick Daddy Arrested for DUI and Drug Possession

Rapper Trick Daddy was arrested in Miami-Dade Saturday morning on a cocaine possession charge.

According to the police report, a Miami-Dade officer responded to a report of a driver hitting signs and running red lights in a dark colored Range Rover in the area of Southwest 128th Avenue and 42nd Street in Miami around 3:20 a.m.

When the officer approached the driver’s side, he saw that the driver “appeared to be asleep behind the wheel.”

Once he was awakened by a knock on the window, the man, identified by his driver’s license as Maurice Samuel Young — Trick Daddy’s birth name — told the officer he had left a club in Miami Gardens near Northwest 37th Avenue and 187th Street.

The arrest affidavit said that Young told the officer he had had about five drinks hours earlier at the club and that he was dropping someone off and heading home.

The report said Young had slurred speech, bloodshot, watery and glassy eyes and that the officer smelled alcohol on his breath. He agreed to a field sobriety test, which he could not successfully complete, police said.

Young was taken to the Hammocks District Station on 142nd Avenue. While there, police found cocaine inside a dollar bill while Trick Daddy was putting his possessions in a plastic bag.

Police also say he was wanted on a warrant for driving under the influence.

Trick Daddy was born 45 years ago in Liberty City. He was booked into Turner Guilford Knight Correctional Center around 7:30 a.m. Saturday.

His bond was set at $5,000 on the cocaine possession charge and $1,000 on the driving under the influence charge.

This isn’t the rap star’s first encounter with South Florida authorities.

▪ In April 2014, Trick Daddy was arrested and charged in Miramar with possession of a firearm and ammunition by a convicted felon, possession of cocaine, and driving with a suspended license, a Broward Sheriff’s Office task force said at the time.

▪ He was also arrested in 1991 on a cocaine possession charge, carrying a concealed firearm and violating probation, according to a CBS4 report. He served more than two years in prison six years before the release of his 1997 debut album, ‘Based on a True Story.”

▪ He was arrested in 2003 on assault charges.

▪ He was also arrested on assault charges in 2003 for threatening to kill a man over a street basketball game.

His most recent album, “Finally Famous: Born a Thug, Still a Thug,” his eighth, was released in 2008, but it was not commercially successful.

In October 2019, Trick Daddy became the public face behind the new Miami Gardens soul food restaurant, Sunday’s Eatery.

That fall he also joined Trina as a morning host on Miami radio’s 99Jamz/WEDR. The music pair took over the “Rickey Smiley Morning Show.”

Young has submitted his bond, according to court records. He was released on Saturday and posted video from his visit that afternoon to Sunday’s on his Facebook page.

Miami Herald

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New Video Drop: Future and Drake -Life is Good

Future and Drake just dropped a new music video for their new track ‘Life is Good’

Drake and Future Hendrix are acting like individuals with everyday jobs while still chasing their dreams as hip hop artist

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Rapper Tayf3rd Puts Blac Chyna On Blast

This week Tayf3rd shared a screen cap of Blac Chyna reaching out to him through direct message captioned with the classic curve coined by rapper Future after he dipped on a fly out who tried to get cute