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.
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!
Check out her website at tabithajade.com!
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Atlanta rapper Rapper Shanty Lo has died.
Friends of the rapper are currently expressing their sorrow on social media According to multiple reports, Shawty died after a being involved in a hit and run car crash while leaving Young Joc’s birthday party at the Blue Flame Lounge.
WRRR’s Indie Play of the Day – Ms. Paisha All the Time
MS. PAISHA RELEASES HER SONG #ALLTHETIME WITH A VISUAL SHOT BY THEQOR PRODUCED BY OG. SOSA, THIS IS THE FIRST VIDEO FROM PAISHA AS THE R&B SINGER/SONGWRITER CONTINUES TO BRING QUALITY R&B MUSIC, WITH A SOULSTRESS TONE, YOU’LL WANT TO HEAR MORE…. KEEP UP WITH MS. PAISHA ON HER SOCIAL NETWORKS.
From out of no where, music exec Mickey ‘MempHitz’ Wright went IN on singer K. Michelle on Instagram last night.
K Michelle and her former boyfriend/producer have been going toe to toe with each other over the years, but no one knows why MempHitz decided to blast her out this time around. See the posts below:
The one and only King Juno stops by The #WRRR studio’s,breaking down new walls in the hip hop arena with a live interview this Saturday 9/3/16! The talented MC discusses his upcoming projects as well as new music, including his hot single ‘Time Is Money’! Tune in by clicking this link!
Singer Sean Kingston has been very unlucky over the last year when it comes to his creditors. jeweler came forward claiming rapper Sean Kingston owed him money joining a long list of angry jewelers.
Sean gives an explanation in the video below :
Damn. Sometimes if you know you got to pay, you have to figure the best thing to do is not show up at a high profile event if you owe.
Boombox.com reports that Scarface’s honorary tribute at the 2015 BET Hip-Hop Awards ended on a sour note after the rap legend was reportedly arrested backstage after receiving his prestigious I Am Hip-Hop Award on Friday (Oct. 9).
According to photographer/blogger Freddy-O, the Houston rhymer was leaving the stage when reportedly 10 sheriffs approached ‘Face and subsequently arrested him. Insiders informed the blogger that Scarface was taken into custody for an outstanding warrant in the State of Texas for unpaid child support. Freddy-O writes:
Scarface was so concerned about accepting his award and not disappointing his fans he risked being arrested. Snoop was back stage when Scarface was arrested and was upset that; the great moment ended on a sour note. The incident resulted in the show being delayed.”
As we previously reported, Scarface received the coveted I Am Hip-Hop Award for his venerable career in rap music. Fellow rapper Ludacris presented the honor to the former Geto Boys rhymer who delivered a very short acceptance speech. “I’m not (expletive) without y’all,” he said while raising the award in the air before walking off.
Reps for Scarface had no comment on the matter. According to AllHipHop.com, the veteran rapper was in great spirits before he accepted his award and there was no indication that something was awry.
Hopefully, Scarface has rectify his situation and is out of police custody. This is not how a rap legend should go out at a hip-hop awards show.
In the meantime, the 2015 BET Hip-Hop Awards will air on BET on Oct. 13 at 8PM ET. To check out photos from the event, head over to BET.com.
50 Cent is back to his old antics again with starting beef, only this time it’s with Lee Daniel’s hit show Empire!
Huffingtonpost reports that viewership for the second episode of this season of “Empire” was down 2.3 million people — 18 percent — and 50 Cent thinks he knows why.
The rapper took to Instagram to blame it on all the “gay stuff.” Ugh.
More precisely, 50 Cent posted a screengrab of a post from Industry on Blast’s Instagram account that was captioned, “There are 3 million less [sic] viewers who tuned into last night’s Empire episode!!!! did you watch it? We could not take the extra gay stuff or celebrity stuff last night!!!!”
For the few non-“Empire”-watchers out there: One of the lead characters on the show, Jamal Lyons, played by Jussie Smollett, is an openly gay musician who was tapped to be the CEO of Empire Entertainment at the end of Season 1. The Season 2 premiere also featured a plotline about an effort to use female sex appeal to convince a lesbian investor, played by Marisa Tomei, to invest in a new music company.
Despite the drop, the ratings for the second episode of “Empire” in the coveted 18-49 demo were still good enough to handily beat every other scripted show on TV last week.
Viewership for the Fox show is also about four times higher than that of the top-rated episode of “Power,” the drama that 50 Cent produces for Starz. It wouldn’t be a stretch to connect 50 Cent’s insensitive social media commentary on “Empire” to the rivalry between the two shows, both of which feature mostly black casts.
50 Cent, for his part, recanted his Instagram comments — sort of. He took down the original post and put up, in its stead, the following photo:
The photo was captioned, “It must be a slow news week, they’re gonna say 50 said Empire lost 3 million views because of to much gay shit. He only said cookie call me, but the fucking kid is fucking up the show. Now every one is waiting for POWER, I told him to lay low.”
50 Cent’s defense seems to be that he wasn’t the one who wrote the original caption talking about the “gay stuff” — he just reposted it! But his sincerity is undercut by his reference to Jamal as “the fucking kid […] fucking up the show.” Not to mention the fact that his Instagram profile lacks the crucial social media disclaimer “Reposts ≠ endorsements”!
Earlier this week pop Rihanna bragged about breaking viewing records for her Rock in Rio concert in Brazil.
After Rihanna’s show in Brazil the singer posted on Instagram that over 7 million people tuned in to watch her perform.