Article by Jenee Beza (@jenee_beza) The freshly budded artist begins to stir the pot of his relentless lyrics and serves his dextrous delivery with no remorse. JENESIS Magazine sits down with SDotBraddy as he shares the ups and downs and the journey in between from his first mixtape Innovation to his latest drop, Warbucks. Known [...]
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Ride or Die or Ridin’ Dumb? We’re all familiar with the emotional rollercoaster relationship between Chris Brown and Rihanna. Their incident in 2009 was highly publicized and Chris took multiple punches from blogs, lost endorsements, and even the music industry. Their rekindled flame has provided job security for paparazzi and tabloids; especially recently when Rihanna [...]
When entering a dressing room full of “fame,” please be cautious for the swollen egos stuffed in them. How can one individual make another feel like their work and time are not appreciated? Easy, simply add a microphone to one hand, and a pound of arrogant lyrics in the other. Music artists serenely float high [...]
“Herbal essence to improve our musical essence” This is a special feature with 40Love as we caught up with them for their release of “Dreams Don’t Sleep.”
While at the DOM Kennedy show in San Francisco we happened to run in to Skeme who was set as an opening performer for the show. Skeme talks with Jenee Beza about his favorite spots to be at, talks about Before My Next Statement
Man On The Moon Article By Jenee Beza (http://www.twitter.com/_bonitaappleeye) Music connects souls, minds, and matter universally, but the fingers of DJs uniting with their turntables validates why people even bond with music in the first place.
Jenee is back again with an exclusive 1 on 1 session with Dom Kennedy as he stopped in San Francisco for his “From The Westside With Love II” tour.
Article by Jenee Beza One click of the Canon T2i camera shoots out nothing less than Topshelf material. Danny Williams carves perfection into each subject, angle, and shot. His intricate eye behind the lens speaks wonders with every click of the camera to beautify the genteel faces whom none of his viewers have ever seen [...]
By Patrick Bowman Interview by Jenee Beza Compton-based MC Kendrick Lamar shares a heritage with hip-hop royalty simply because of his birthplace. South Central, Los Angeles, to some, will always be considered the Euphrates River Valley of modern rap. Between the years 1988-1994, more culturally relevant MCs and producers (Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Ice Cube, [...]