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Greatest R&B Legends [Cleveland Edition]

Posted: January 20, 2014 by essince in Cleveland, Music

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This CD was released this past Tuesday (January 14, 2014) featuring some of R&B’s best including OHHA Lifetime Achievement awardee and 2013 OHHA co-host, Joe Little of the Rude Boys and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee, Bobby Massey!

Check out the commercial highlighting this incredible CD and if you were at the 2013 OHHA conference you may recognize a familiar face from the Management Panel, Dennis Cash!

Please share this post, purchase the CD or a single, and enjoy Classic R & B Music from our great state of Ohio! Available wherever CDs are sold!


Posted: November 11, 2013 by majesticohha in Cleveland, Music
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The OG Ray Cash teams up with fellow Cleveland native Machine Gun Kelly, to
talk about whats really going on in the streets of the land. The Song will be featured on
the new Street Life 4 project from DJ Gweb & Big Heff.



Young Fiend “In the Books”

Posted: September 12, 2013 by essince in Music

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Click here to hear Young Fiend’s new single, “In The Books“.

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I know the site is mostly about OH acts but every once in a while we feature someone from out of town in a “hot or not” section. Can they compete with the talent we have in the Buckeye state? I felt this would be interesting because of the audio he used in the intro…from “the decision”…so now that northeast Ohio is upset let me share his song and see what the people think.

Don Son [@DonSon_SKDJR] tells us all he “ain’t from Hollywood he’s South Beach.” I think the beat is ok but his delivery is too laid back for a more energetic track like this. A few times he felt off to me (like Diddy in the “coming home” track).

But what’s the verdict, Ohio? Should he keep his talents in South Beach or does he have what it takes to win championships?

Veeno “B.D.K.M.V.” (re-twist)

Posted: May 25, 2013 by essince in Cleveland, Music


As Veeno prepares to release his debut album, “Myself As I Know It” in July, he releases this re-twist to “B.D.K.M.V.” Check it out!

KPT “How It Goes” ft Snoop Dogg & Bella Nae

Posted: March 28, 2013 by essince in Cleveland, Music


KPT is at it again teaming up with songstress Bella Nae for another collab this time with west coast legend, Snoop Dogg!

Download here.

The homie Shak Diesel is back with more clever punchlines and nonchalant lyrics with his new single “Art Gallery”! Augmenting it’s title, the video was shot at this year’s SXSW in Austin, Texas. Tis good to see the homeboi puttin on for the OH! umm, Cleveland… stand up!!

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There is definitely some new talent on the scene! Brandon Paul, 16, along with his very talented team of young artists and producers are making a lot of noise around the ATL. Crafting music far beyond their years, Brandon Paul teams up with up and coming super producer O.G. Flame in their latest collaboration “Stronger” (available for free download).  Gliding over Flame’s hypnotic rhythm, Paul demonstrates his diversity with his uncanny ability to capture everyday emotions and challenges that are rarely explored in rap. While pulling from influences of the greats, Paul effectively uses his tone on top of clever wordplay to craft a sound which is uniquely his own. He is definitely a force to watch out for!! My eyes are peeled …. Um, did I mention that he is only 16?


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New project from DJ Swerve featuring some of Cleveland’s hottest hip hop artists. Check it out, original tracks and song collaborations. Something fresh that a lot more DJ’s and producers in Ohio need to start doing.


Huntorprey: This Way (Video) @huntorprey

Posted: March 7, 2013 by majesticohha in Cincinnati, Music, Music video

HuntorPrey leads his release off with the stunning David Damen-directed “This Way” video (Ill Poetic “Gone”, “The Enemies You Keep”). “This song is best described as CNN through the perspective of a 20-something black man in the midst of a very real recession. It’s kind of a precursor to an EP that represents the heart and struggle of my region, but also the soul that lies inside. Even the most mundane events are filled with hope and pain” explains Huntor. “I can’t help but see life cinematically.”

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