[Music Monday] Dean’s List Tour Holiday Album

Although the concerts have been put on pause for the holidays, The Dean’s List Tour artists are still working hard. This year they have released a holiday album, A Dean’s List Christmas to keep their fans satisfied during the tour break.

This 11 track album features some of the hottest DLT artists and their take on a few holiday classics.

Deck the halls and check out the album below.

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Brook Babyy,  has been rocking out all over NY and beyond, making a strong name for herself in this music game.

This female emcee takes original beats, pairs them with her clever word play and creates a powerful unique sound.

Growing up in Brooklyn, she lets her music playback like a soundtrack to life and could be a positive message to all to keep striving to achieve their goals.

Check out her latest tape, Roca Bye Babyy below. And you can catch Brook Babyy live during the Dean’s List Tour happening now!

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First of all, we at Tha L Spot Ent. PR, would like to thank all of you for your continued support in all that we do.

Without your support, we would not have been nominated for 2 awards at this year’s All Star Music Awardssponsored by Xtreme 104 fm.

This year we are up for the award for Blog/Entertainment Website of the Year and our amazing founder,Jessica Lanice, is up for Blogger of the Year.

So again we would like to thank you guys, our readers, and the people at Xtreme 104 fm for allowing us this achievement.  However the work is not done yet. And WE NEED YOUR HELP!

Take a few minutes and VOTE FOR US!  We really appreciate it.

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Hip Hop’s birthplace has gained another emcee on their powerful roster, this time in female form.

Bronx femcee, Wavey Khas released her first single and video entitled Breathe In.

Although this is her first release, Wavey K is no stranger to the entertainment world.  She began when she teamed up with PMS Radio, an all-female online show which helps to find new artists and showcase their talent online to thousands of viewers.  As the booking director, she had a natural gift for seeking talent.

Wavey K was blessed to interview stars such as  Kemba Walker, Cory Gunz, Remy Ma, and PushaT.  She also dabbled in the music video scene and was featured in Fred the Godson’s “So Crazy“, Vado’s “Headbanger”, Wale’s “Black and Gold” and more.

Check out Wavey K‘s single Breathe In below , and let us know…

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Artist Rich P released visuals for his latest single Vicarious.  This “Harlem Golden Child” may seem like a petite package however his confidence in music and himself proves him to be larger than life.  His ability to dominate a room and a stage demonstrate with his music is definitely something that can’t be overlooked.

Check out our own Camille Jay’s interview with Rich P below.

Check out Rich P’s video for Vicarious below.

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This week, rapper Dubwork, released visuals for his single Cohibas & Wine. 

As a descendent of the Dominican Republic,  raised in Washington Heights, Dubwork uses his Afro-Caribbean influences to create a unique sound in his music.

In this single, Dubwork layers creative lyrics and a smooth flow over a popular summer beat.

Check out the video below.

And check out Dubwork’s latest project Still Dreaming below and comment with your thoughts.

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Check out this dope Femcee, SheReal. This vicious Hip Hop artist takes over the beat as she speaks on concepts ranging from thoughts of imperfection to the everyday struggles of life.

She has appeared as a guest on Shade 45 Sway In The Morning Show.  She has shared the staged with numerous artists such as Tone Trump, Juelz Santana, Styles P.and  Tierra Marie.  She has won countless competitions around NYC.

Check out her single New York featuring battle rapper Loaded Lux below.  And comment with your thoughts.

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Brooklyn MC, V. Nova released his highly anticipated album HIPS3: The New Commission.

The album features records with Smif-n-Wessun, Uncle Murda, Malcah, and David Godfrey of MJT. The album delves into V. Nova’s thoughts about the present state of the Hip-Hop Culture. It brings back the old school concepts and lyricism that made Hip-Hop so popular with a new sound and flow that makes V. Nova unique.

Check it out here and comment with your thoughts.

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Boston native, Dutch ReBelle, released her latest tape, ReBelle Diaries and it’s definitely something to check out.

She uses her original lyrics over smooth beats to create a distinctive sound.  With a style combination similar to Ghostface Killah and Lauryn Hill, her intense yet intellectual lyrics tell compelling stories that are sure to stir up some emotion. Whether its a club beat or a smooth ballad, Dutch ReBelle demonstrates her versatility and comfortably on any track.

She was awarded Best Female-Hip Hop at the 2011 New England Urban Music Awards and has shared the stage with artists such as Big K.R.I.T and Melanie Fiona.  She has also gained national recognition after her performances in the Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival and the South By Southwest music festival in Austin,Texas.

This Boston MC is on her way to taking over the rap game, and the release of ReBelle Diaries is just…

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Hailing from Atlanta, Georgia, rapper Super Monte Carlogives his own spin on an Anita Baker classic.  This track produced by Talen Ted, tells the stories of a troubled soul searching for the path towards fulfilling his dreams.  This smooth track paired with authentic lyrics is sure to be inspirational and motivational.

Check out Whatever It Takes by Super Monte Carlo below and comment with your thoughts.

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Came across this artist while surfing the web and he’s pretty dope.

Spoken word artist Flirtus, hailing from Brooklyn, has been featured on the Deans List Tour,Xtreme104fmand many other venues.  Genuinely gifted and authentically made, Flirtus is definitely an artist to look out for.

Check out his performance at the Hudson River Ampitheather below. And comment with your thoughts.


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Brooklyn lyricist Leon Marincontinues on his musical journey with the release of his latest mixtape Wish Me Success.

Featured on Jack Thrillers 16 or Better Cypher and NBC’s Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Marin has been making a name for himself in the music world.

My musical style is just Myself, and it’s such a good genre because no one can put me in a box.”

Without committing himself to only one style, Marin dabbles into various topics and genres.  He creates music catered to women, men, club hits, and even dabbles in electronic dance music. You can hear the EDM influences on tracks like Make you Dance and Bout Me, however tracks like The Ghetto have a smooth Hip Hop feel.

Influenced by God and his mother, Marin feels that without them he would be nothing.  His lyrics are is inspired by people and experiences in his everyday life however he…

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BandZ, released by rapper Krown Royale is sure to be a song bumpin through your speakers this summer.  This is the second single from the Brooklyn bred MC, off the upcoming project Enter the Spacey.

The first single,Lebron James,received exceptional feedback and set the tone for outstanding work to come.

Check out Krown Royale’s BandZ and tell us what you think!

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It’s Wild Wednesday! It’s intended to share anything weird or funny, viral or the best kept secret.  The topic is open to anything and everything. So this should be fun!

This Wednesday, I came across this video on Facebook.  This spoken word artist The Smoke 4 Realspits some real ish! It’s wild because he shows no shame in smoking right on the camera.  I’m not knocking it though.Do what you gotta do to express your craft!

This poem Bad Bitches tells the story of the misguidance and misconstrued focus of women in today’s society. His lines are intensely frank and pack a heavy punch with a strong message.

Check out the video below and comment below to tell us what you think!

For more from The Smoke 4 Real, follow him on YouTube and Twitter @TheSmoke4Real.

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Perk Banks, hailing from Chester PA, is definitely an artist to listen out for.

With a smooth blend of rap music with trap and rock undertones, Perk Banks creates and defines his unique style.

He was featured on and as an artist on the rise.

With a powerful energy in the studio and on the stage, Perk Banks can take his career to the top.

Check out his video for the single The Cycle and look out for the mixtape, The Train Effect, coming soon.

Follow @PerkBanks on Twitter/Instagram

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Directed by: Scott Aharoni (@ScottAharoni)
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Song Mixed/Mastered by: Tony M & The Bass (@_The_Bass)

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ABE and his crew are taking over the summer with hits such as Hunnits.With a smooth rhythm, original lyrics, and catchy chorus, this song is definitely one to add to your summer turn up playlist.

Hailing from the Bronx, reppin Martial Arts Studio, ABEalong with Young Kash, Nazdaq, Jah Billz, andKhyre,  plan to serve their fans with nothing but hits.

Take a listen to the single Hunnits and stay tuned for an upcoming video release and a mixtape in the near future.

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Rapper, Wordsmiff, released the single Kill Them Before They Grow this morning.  The single is the third released from his highly anticipated album Bars Over Everything II, and plays like a public service announcement to the Black community. Wordsmiff lays out the journey of Black America from slavery to the White House, but emphasizes that the fight is not over until we tackle issues such as education and prejudice and truly be a united nation.

The Brooklyn bred rapper, released Bars Over Everything I back in July after a seven year hiatus from the rap game.  Originally from the Group SNRC, Wordsmiff took a break to polish up his craft.  Resurfacing with a new name and new approach to music, Wordsmiff was successful in bringing back the true essence of hip hop, like back in the 90’s.

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My feature for Tha L Spot Ent. on Queens Rapper King Sole.

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King Sole, hailing from Queens, NY, is definitely an artist to look out for.  King Sole uses lyrical originality laced with smooth beats to demonstrate his ingenuity, not only as an artist, but as a person growing up in this era; where it’s easy to replicate someone else.

“Through my music I tell a story about a kid coming from poverty,” said Sole, “And that you can do anything you put your mind to, once you have the power to do so.”

Influenced by his tough surroundings, King Sole applies life lessons learned to his music.  He displays versatility in his range, releasing upbeat head knockers like She Selling Dreams ft Dave East, then showing his more tranquil story telling side with Never Wanna Go Back. By not containing himself to one category or style, King Solecontinues to “stay outside the box”.

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Published on ThaLSpot site June 12, 2013

On Saturday, the female MC, It’s Ya Girl Nicolette, from the gritty streets of Harlem, NY, premiered the video for her single Twitter Love at the Director’s Cut event at Ripley Grier Studios in NYC.

It’s Ya Girl Nicolette, has been in the music industry for years. She was a member of The Harlem Sunshine Girls at the age of 6. As she grew up, she continued to sing, dance, rap and write music. Thanks to her mother, who ran into LL Cool J and demanded that he meet her star destined daughter, It’s Ya Girl was signed to LL Cool J’s label at the age of 15. She was featured on his record “Get Over Here” off his album Exit 13.


The Director’s Cut, an event series founded by entertainment event
planner Scott Morris, premieres music videos along with the director
and artist, giving them each a chance to discuss their experience in
the business and creating the video. The event also features a live
performance by the artist, a question and answer discussion, and is
an excellent networking outlet for anyone in the entertainment business.

Twitter Love, directed by Eddie Vide, is a cute song about a twitter crush and along with the fun colorful video, makes it very relatable and enjoyable. During her performance, It’s Ya Girl released some of her more rugged material including the song “Skrilla” and “Game Over.”

Since working with LL, It’s Ya Girl gained experience in the industry and what it takes to be successful. She has performed in the Dean’s List and No Boys Allowed college tours and is currently working on her first studio album.

Stay tuned for more from It’s Ya Girl Nicolette and be on the look out for the next Director’s Cut event in NYC this July.

Check out my interview with It’s Ya Girl Nicolette:

It’s Ya Girl Nicolette’s video for Twitter Love:


Hosting w/ the “Pap Gawd”​
Posted on Tha L Spot on May 22, 2013

Getting on stage and commanding a crowd can be one of the most nerve wrecking and challenging things to do in life, especially if your crowd is made up of tough, no BS taking New Yorkers. However, with a fun, outgoing personality, and the ability to make people laugh, it may come natural to you. At least it did for host Trey “Pap Gawd”.

“I’ve always been loud and outgoing,” said Trey. He began hosting in college, when his school was in need of a host for a step show. With success in keeping the audience happy and engaged, Trey decided to pursue his hosting ability. Since then, word has spread about his talents and he’s been booking shows all around the New York City Area. You may have seen him at events such as The Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival, Stony Brook’s Homecoming Step Show, Battle of Sparta Greek Basketball Tournament, SUNY Brockport Fashion Show, and St. John’s Spring Concert.

“So many people have eyes on you,” Trey expressed, “It’s my job to keep their attention for the next couple hours.” By staying up-to-date with the current news, topics and trends, he is able to connect and interact with any audience. Not only does he have a big voice on stage. he makes big statements on social media networks as well. Going by the twitter handle “@ISwearIAintHit,” Trey uses his social media presence​ to entertain followers, stay up on the latest happenings, and promote his brand. He also credits Twitter as “something to refer to” when hosting and telling jokes.​

Aside from hosting events, Trey also writes music and poetry, dances, steps with the NYC A Team, and coordinates the website He uses his talent from all activities to improve his overall stage performance.

“I always go back to see what I could have done better,” said Trey, “I don’t want to be stagnate.” By taking note of his performance as well the success of other great hosts, Trey continues to better his craft and brand. He strives to become the most popular host in New York and eventually make a career out of it.​

“Once I’m on stage, I have a whole different mind-set,” said Trey. No matter what kind of day he is having, he expressed that once he hits that stage, he makes sure everyone has a good show. By just being himself, and having fun, Trey is able to give an experience any audience will enjoy.

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In Perfect Harmony with SongBird

Posted on Tha L Spot on May 8th, 2013

​With a special twist on an old school jazz fused with today’s R&B, artist Isleema Songbird proves she is a rising star to look out for this year.

​It all started at the tender age of 7 for the young Songbird when she performed “I just can’t give up now” by Mary Mary at a family reunion. She then began to write poetry and short stories as a means of expression. Some of her work eventually formed into melodies and from then on, she could not deny her passion for music.

Influenced by artists such as Lauren Hill, India Arie, Etta James, and Chrisette Michelle, Songbird found her own unique sound. By staying true to the pioneers of jazz while mixing in modern chic rhythm and blues styles, Songbird developed her voice and artistry.

As a member of Scholarich  Music Group, Songbird wishes to use her talents to inspire the younger generations. Through programs such as Lyrical Cafe, Scholarich Music Group uses music, entertainment, sports and fashion to make education more appealing to the urban youth and supplies them with an outlet to express themselves.

​“Regardless of the topic, being able to express yourself is key,” said Songbird. Through music and writing, Songbird was able to overcome a speech impediment as a child. With Scholarich Music Group, she can help children overcome any obstacle and follow their dreams.

​“I used to think that being different would turn people away,” she described, “but it actually attracts a larger audience.” Along with growing as a performer, Songbird has learned to accept her individuality and just be herself.

​“I love watching my work transform from just words on a page to a fully composed piece,” said Songbird, “and I want my audience to understand my freedom of expression.

Songbird is currently finishing a video for her single “Perfect Harmony” which is available on iTunes. Stay tuned this summer for the release of her debut album. In the meantime, you can catch Songbird, along with the other members of Scholarich Music Group, performing around the New York City area.

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Rapper Randy S.A.V with the F.I.R.E
Published on Tha L Spot on May 1st 2013


With the upcoming summer release of his EP, “Exotic”, rapper Randy S.A.V is using his talents to merge the gap between different genres of music. By incorporating aspects of various genres such as rock & roll and rhythm & blues, S.A.V’s versatile style allows him to explore and create new sound, unchartered by any artist in the industry today.

​Hailing from Roosevelt, New York, S.A.V surrounded himself with music playing throughout the house, and it was the music from the 70’s and 80’s that sparked his interest in music. By the time he reached high school, he decided on a musical career. Growing up, S.A.V naturally enjoyed the music of The Notorious B.I.G and Tupac, but he also liked the sounds of Jay-Z, the Wu Tang Clan, and Bone Thugs ‘N’ Harmony. He expressed his current admiration for the authenticity of artists such as Kendrick Lamar, Mac Miller, and Currency and their ability to make chart topping mainstream songs as well as popular underground music.

​”Everyone is different but you would never know it if everyone is doing the same thing,” said S.A.V. With his team, Area 21, including artists Dr. Jekel and Young Gramz, S.A.V writes, creates, and produces music. The group prides itself on being original and different and is not afraid to stray away from the norm when it comes to their music or brand.​

In 2011, S.A.V released his debut mixtape “The Optimistic”. By popular demand, he released his second tape “The Upper Hand” in 2012. For his third tape, S.A.V plans on taking his music and his audience in a different direction. “I want to introduce a new sound to rap,” said Randy S.A.V, “kind of out of the box.” For the upcoming EP “Exotic”, Randy S.A.V tapped into his rock and roll influences and went into depth incorporating live bands and sounds. Layering his fresh, natural lyrics over raw acoustic sound will bring the authenticity that he feels is missing from most rap music today.
You can catch S.A.V and other artists from Area 21 performing around New York City and Long Island area. Watch the video for “Where’s the Fire” off The Upper Hand mixtape and be on the lookout for S.A.V’s EP “Exotic” this summer.
To download Randy S.A.V music visit DatPiff.comWatch other videos on YouTube: RandySavTV


Classical Opera artist Dominique Forbes
Published on Tha L Spot on April 24th 2013

With a keen ear for music, distinguished voice and classy chic style, Classical Opera artist Dominique Forbes, has established herself as a young artist with a diverse repertoire.

“I am different and doing what I love has allowed me to accept who I am and be my real self,” said Dominique. After performing her first opera solo in the fourth grade, Dominique felt a connection to the art form and could not deny passion for its sound, purity, and beauty.​

Under the guidance of Shirley Crabbe, Dominique trained and sharpened her vocal talents. After graduating high school, Dominique was honored to be selected as a member of the Sound of America Chorus. With the group, she toured Europe and witnessed how music, a universal language, moves people all around the world.

“I know from experience that singing doesn’t just involve your voice,” said Dominique. Not only does she enjoy singing but she has a background in dance and acting as well. By encompassing all three mediums in her performances, she uses her body and voice to translate a story to her audience.​

“Classical concerts can be very traditional and modest in presentation, but they give the audience members a chance to take in the experience,” said Dominique. She explained how her performances allow for a different experience than those of pop or hip hop concerts. Rather than singing and dancing along with the artist, at a classical concert sit back, watch and listen. She expresses how she wants her audience to “internalize and engage themselves” in her music without any distractions.

She recently put on her first one woman show in Syracuse New York. “Once I put on that gown and looked in the mirror, I told myself, ‘just sing tonight. Do you!’ And there was no turning back!”

Dominique is excited to keep excelling in her career in classical music. This summer Dominique will be participating in the Opera Works and Opera Viva Programs. Her ultimate goals are to be entertaining, directing, and producing and someday open her own performing arts center.

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Westchester’s natives, AJ Rockafeller and Monopaly, of Logic Ent., are definitely artists to look out for this Spring. Influenced by the greats in hip hop such as Tupac, Notorious BIG, Snoop Dog and Nas, the duo blends clever punch lines with genuine lyrics to create refreshing music for audiences to connect with and enjoy. With the upcoming release of their debut EP “For What It’s Worth”, dropping April 30, they are prepared to make their mark on the music world.

​Growing up in the 90’s, often referred to as the Golden Era of Hip Hop, both AJ Rockafeller and Monopaly felt they were surrounded by music and its culture. They each began writing during their early adolescent years and eventually it cultivated into more than just a hobby.

​”I wanted to stand out and be different, and to monopolize the industry,” said Monopaly.

During his high school years, Monopaly created the entertainment group PunchLine Ent. and along with his peers, would battle other local rap groups. He released his first single “All I Do” in 2006.

​After the untimely death of his father, AJ Rockafeller channeled his confusion and frustrations into his writing. He realized a career in music would be his only satisfaction in life and sought for an outlet in which he could express himself. In 2007, he teamed up with Monopaly and they eventually formed their Logic Ent. label.

“We are real people and we rap about real things,” said AJ Rockafeller. The group prides itself on being authentic and natural. They enjoy having creative control and ownership of their music and brand.

​”This is the most humbling experience in my life,” said AJ Rockafeller.

​The release of their first single “Respiration 2K12″ from the upcoming EP, was so well received by audiences, it drove the duo to work harder. They released the second and third singles “High Off Life” and “Gotta Let U Go” which tell their life experiences and how they overcome any adverse obstacle.

​”I believe this mixtape will excel my career and be everything and more,” said Monopaly.

​After years of learning the industry and gaining experience, the group is prepared to share their music with audiences and hopefully one day include their name amongst the greats in Hip Hop.

​Check out Monopaly and AJ Rockafeller’s latest video “Gotta Let U Go” here. And be on the lookout for their EP “For What It’s Worth” dropping April 30.


Tha L Spot Chats with Artist Kayden “TuNe$” Wong

Published on Tha L Spot on March 12th 2013


Rapper Kayden “TuNe$” Wong seems to be an artist to look out for this year. This Queens native, with roots extending to China and Jamaica, was influenced by the greats of Hip Hop and Reggae music. With his smooth lyrical style, layered over innovative beats, his unique sound is a sure win over the ears and hearts of many.

Getting involved in the music world was inevitable for the young TuNe$. With an older brother and cousin pursuing a musical career, he was exposed to the culture at an early age. TuNe$ began writing and recording rhymes recreationally inside his neighbor’s basement. He became interested in the production of songs and would create beats on a video game for his PlayStation. Over the years, as his interest grew deeper, his skills in writing and producing music sharpened. After honing in and perfecting his craft, TuNe$ decided to become an artist and producer of his own material.​

“Music is something that I’m passionate about, that I don’t plan on stopping,” said TuNe$. Staying true to definition, the company name Deceptive Cadence Productions, stemmed from TuNe$’ unrestrained devotion to music.​

In his debut album, iTuNe$, released early 2012, TuNe$ opened up in what seems like a lyrical autobiography. As a college student, his music tells the stories of the average young adult. He shares his everyday experiences in his music, allowing him to be relatable and popular. His ability to connect with his audience is so genuine and well received amongst his peers and fans. As a member of the Nubian Gents Step and Dance ministry, TuNe$ has traveled to Australia, New Zealand and other European countries. He witnessed the way music transcends audiences and learned techniques necessary for distinguished performances. Attentive to crowd reaction, TuNe$ learned to keep a fluid set, encourage audience participation and he may occasionally bust out a dance or two.​​

You can catch TuNe$ performing at various venues in the New York City and Long Island area with Regime, a music group led by fellow artist Army. “As a group, we are individuals who are committed to using our talents our skills and our abilities to inspire those around us and to set that standard instead of chasing it.”​

To download TuNe$’ album or to check out where he is performing next, visit

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Tha L Spots gets you behind the scenes and on stage at the Live Wire Concert at Iguanas Lounge in NYC on December 22nd 2012.

The Live Wire Concert Series, started as an outlet for underground artists to expose themselves through performances. Tha L Spot speaks with Live Wire Concert Series hosts Joe Swagg and Raleena, as they explain the concert series’s success and their future endeavors.

Diomara Delvalle, a Pop/ R&B artisit from Long Island, gave the audience a sneak peak of what they should expect in her upcoming EP, Black Pearls, scheduled for release sometime this year.  Diomara gave Tha L Spot the scoop on Black Pearls, as well as her other projects and how she got started in the music industry.  Take a Look! 

Rapper DubWork, hailing from New Jersey, performed some of his latest work at the concert and spoke with Tha L Spot about the mixtape he is working on, entitled Dream ChasersCheck out the interview here, and to see Dubwork’s performance, .

The concert also included performances by Odiseas Georgiadis (as seen on the Voice), Lady J, Siaira Shawn,Nathaniel ‘FlyNate’, Fre$h the Be$t, and J. McFly.

For more interviews and performances from the Live Wire Rising Stars Concert Series, please visit Tha L Spot on Youtube! Also don’t forget to visit ThaLSpot website for your entertainment updates.

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