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Jason Masi – Power of a Woman

Jason Masi – Power of a Woman http://www.jasonmasi.com/  Jason Masi is an American/DC based singer-songwriter that started in the scene with Richmond, VA based group, Jubeus, opening for acts like Blind Melon, Everclear, and SOJA and releasing two well received albums, “Two Tone Circles” 2004 and “Natural Mood” 2007, respectively  …

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Seconds Before Landing

Seconds Before Landing – Seconds Before Landing 2 BANDCAMP: http://secondsbeforelanding.bandcamp.com/ 1-2-3-4-5 ‘Seconds Before Landing 2” is the follow up to the debut self titled album released in 2012. Much like its predecessor, it’s another somewhat melancholy concept album (with more than a nod to the progressive rock genre) mixing stark …

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Reesa Renee’s “Reelease”

In an industry where current music is lacking positive female influence and substance on a mainstream level, Reesa Renee is a breath of fresh air. Reesa Renee is an independent artist, songwriter and lyrical poet from the DC Metropolitan Area. In 2012, Reesa released her indie album “Reelease” a play …

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Underground Hip-Hop’s Best Kept Secret “Round 1 : Super Arts” – Ryuken Vs

On June 16, 2014 The underground Hip-hop world was  graced with a  musical composition entitled, “Round 1 : Super Arts” by the powerful lyrical duo, Ryuken Vs. The duo consists of Cedeno “CGats” Gatlin and Eddie “Greydon Square” Collins two extremely talented lyricist whose style compliment each other so perfectly, it’s …

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