On the heels of her 2015 EP, Donnie Lynee is back with a fresh sound and a brand new definition of “me”.
Her latest single, “Who I Am”, tells a story of a regained confidence and sense of self-worth brought on by a heartbreak both unforeseen and unimaginable. Passionate vocals coupled with soulful production convey a message of self definition through tragedy.Her latest project is available for download on all premier digital music platforms.
Cleveland School of Arts alumni, Donnie Lynee is a Soul/ R&B singer/songwriter. She starred as a Angel of Mercy, Ornella Sturdevant in the critically acclaimed off Broadway musical Leap of Faith at the nationally embraced Cleveland Karamu Theater. She is a philanthropist and advocate for Women's Health and Cancer Advancement. The sexy and sultry songstress hails from Cleveland, OH where she finds inspiration to write and sing about love, loss and the pursuit of more.
Born In New Orleans' Big Flame Thrower cites as main artistic influences Jay-Z, D.M.X, Soulja Slim, Jadakiss, the Notorious BIG, Lil Wayne, 50 Cent and Birdman.
“Really everyone who's making a living doing music,” writes Big Flame. “Successful artists influence me. Young Thug, Future, 2 Chains, Drake, and Yo Gotti are the artists of this era that I look to for influence.”
Big Flame Thrower's name hints at his style of hip hop production. “I Be Working” brings big, big sound and intelligent, even inspiring lyrics. Flame raps from the heart with drum and bass to back him in a solid, sonic wall. Synth melody lines are clever and surprising, unique and effective. While it's a positive, empowering hip hop track, the sound of “...Working” is ominous and dark.
“I Be Working” is the first single from his upcoming project, “Real Talk Vol II.” which will also be an up close and personal project.
“My album will tell my story,” Flame writes. “How I live, how I came from nothing and against all odds – I still do this. It will display pain, raw talent, strong sexual music, and also songs that's thought provoking, just something a little different from the normal. It will give you a look into my life.”
Big Flame Thrower broke into the scene with his debut solo project, “My Time to Shine.” He has been called by fans and friends by several names: Black Sheep, World Wide, and simply, “Rap-A-Lot.” He has been freestyle rapping since 12. He has shared the stage with popular Louisiana artists such as Lil Josh & Lil Earnest(Jigga Juice), Da G.A.N.G, Sam I Am, U.N.L.V, Outlaw Music Group, 5th Ward Weebie, Webbie, Asia Sky, Juvenile, Lil Boosie, Hot Boy Ronald, U.T.P, BDMG, Mr. Magic (No Limit), Lava House Records, and more. He has opened for acts as well-known as the Party Boys, B.G., Huey, Canibus, and U.G.K. Records.The rapper is a humble man but one with plenty of ambition.
“Though very few people outside of Louisiana and Mississippi have heard of Big Flame Thrower,” he says, “make no mistake that my drive, persistence, humility, and talent will take me just where I'm destined to go – to stardom.”“I Be Working” by Big Flame Thrower is available online worldwide at over 700 digital music stores.
Born and raised in a small town of Winterville, North Carolina Ronnie Run is a well-known rapper with a lot of streets credit. "I want to put North Carolina on the map and show people that there is talent around the state." Growing up around the Pitt County area was just plain and real for Ronnie. "Where I'm from was nothing different from your New York or LA. Living in the South; the pace is slow and the hard work is there." Starting out as a DJ; Ronnie knew or thought this was something he wanted to do. After the Dj thing fell through; "I had a backup plan and it was rapping." Ronnie's influences are God, my daughter Jocelyn, my family, The Sugar Hill Gang, Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five, 2Pac, Notorious BIG, Rakim, Ice Cube, Dr. Dre, KRS-One, LL Cool J, Run DMC, Beastie Boys, Jay-Z and the list goes on and on. "I remember the first time I heard "Rapper's Delight" by the Sugar Hill Gang and I knew from that point; rapping was something I wanted to do." It was during a school test when Ronnie wrote his 1st rap song. After that I called my cousin Big Buji and he told me that he was putting beats together so we got in the studio and did my first EP "Lyrical Masta;" it became a street classic. Two of those songs hit the radio airwaves "Ghetto Stress FT. Black Chyna" and "North Kack for Real." With the success of these songs, I thought it was time for me to try a new producer.
Ronnie Run debut album called "New World"" with 3 tracks making noise as we speak. You can't go wrong with "I Remember," "Enough"(bully track)and Put it Down which is making some crazy noise as we speak! Ronnie is continuing to network and recording, waiting to get a break. "I am bringing a whole lot to the table as a artist and I am willing to give 200% if needed"
Consistently well liked songs have garnered a lot of attention for Ronnie. This can be seen in his DJ Comments: DJ Green Lantern says: "Finally this is what I am talking about! A song with nobody getting killed?", DJ King Bee from South Carolina says: "Ronnie Run is the truth he is nice on the mic!", Big Skye (2Pac homie) says: "Ronnie Run sounds like a new version of Biz Markie." His current hit "I Remember" was recently featured on the local news on WNCT Channel 9 in Greenville, NC and "Hood Famous" is starting to buzz online as well. He has also had a video featured on BET's late night show "Uncut", "4 tha' Club".
2012 Greenville North Carolina Grammy Nominee for "Local Hip Hop Artist of the Year" & 2014 "C.A.R.E Awards Nominee "Local Artist of The Year" , Ronnie was recently interviewed on WNCT Channel 9, where he has previously been featured on their "Java Jam". Ronnie was asked to audition for the NBC TV Show "America's Got Talent" in Charlotte, NC. He has done work on a radio promo for the Jay Blaze Show on Kiss 102, at 7pm and you can hear it right now
Previously with Deka Records in 2010, he was briefly signed to SMG Global/Universal Digital Music Group in 2013, after becoming suspicious of that situation, he began working on new music and major labels as a "Artist to Watch" on the A&R's Radar looking at him as we speak. this guy is bound to blow up.
A believer in supporting the community that supports you, Ronnie Run was a judge at the Ayden -Grifton Talent Showcase and performed there as well. He has also performed at charity shows including the "Rockers for Knockers' a two day fundraiser and breast cancer awareness event. His song "Enough", an anti bullying track, is another way he contributes to our global community.
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