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K-TRIK-E / Press

“Red K Records CEO and recording artist Clayton Savage announced his choices for the Red K roster. “Each of these fine professionals offers the level of integrity and dedication to the development of excellence in music. They share the Red K vision for bringing worldwide attention to the outstanding talent to be found in the Mid-Atlantic region and work tirelessly to carry out the major-label level of quality with the spirit of an independent, artist-friendly label. We are very excited to have this team assembled,” said Clayton. Matching an unsurpassed executive team, Red K has added three talents to its growing roster – artists who embody outstanding artistry. The label constantly seeks to develop musicians who exhibit a commitment to excelsior performance. THE RED K ARTISTS Clayton Savage, Jay Quan, K-TRIK-E, Lisa Roe, and Mr Rozzi.”

Clyde Smith - HIP HOP PRESS

“Audio and video magazine, www.collegewebmagazine.com will interview KT Entertainment recording artist K-TRIK-E as part of a regional college radio campaign. The interview features discussion about K-TRIK-E’s new CD’s I’m DAT Dude. “The interview was brilliant! As part of a College Web Magazine promotion, the interview will be sent to college radio stations across the US. The Stations can listen to the interview and set up their own interviews for their station. “K-TRIK-E is not just about music. Although, he is natural born talent, his attention to detail and self discipline shows in his music. He is an amazing businessman and it was a pleasure to interview him. I look forward to seeing him perform. At the end of the interview, K-TRIK-E spoke with some great advice for college students that are looking to get into the music business after they graduate” added Chavarria.”

“Diamond Bar, CA. (Top40 Charts/ KT Entertainment) - KT Entertainment hires American AMP to promote their latest release from K-TRIK-E. I'M DAT DUDE is demonstrative of K-TRIK-E's breadth as an accomplished composer and talented lyricist. In addition to the pursuit of excellence in music, K-TRIK-E enjoys public speaking on issues such as, world issues, politics and social issues with in the local community. K-TRIK-E also lectures to students the importance of setting goals and the techniques on self discipline. The campaign will target radio as well as PR in the college market. The campaign will crystallize with K-TRIK-E performing in LA and Orange County in November. President of American AMP, Rudy Chavarria Jr commented, 'K-TRIK-E is a breath of fresh air to Rap music. He has carefully crafted himself as a brilliant musician and performer, as well as a man with vision and the guts to make the moves necessary to be a success.”

Rudy Chavarria - Top40-charts.com(College Web Magazine)

“Honea Path, SC native K-TRIK-E, was in his hometown last week shooting a music video. He used locations on U street and E. Hampton Ave for the "Why This Life" video, which will be shown on Youtube and other websites. K-TRIK-E started singing at 4 years of age in church and classifies his current style of music as Neutral Hip Hop", which represents his life struggles. ...K-TRIK-E's website is www.cdbaby.com/trike. His CD "I'M DAT DUDE" can be purchased via the website. Several songs may be heard as well.”

“K-TRIK-E shoots music video in his hometown.Honea Path native K-TRIK-E, was in his hometown last week shooting a music video. K-TRIK-E is an artist for Red K Records and had just returned from Boston where he performed at Berklee College. He used locations on U Street and at Shamrock Apartments on East Hampton Avenue for the WHY THIS LIFE?" video, which will be shown on YouTube and websites. K-TRIK-E started singing at 4 years of age in church and classifies his current style as "Neutral Hip Hop" which represents his life struggles. He tries to be a positive and influential singer and is very active in churches and with young groups. He wrote "Why This Life?" song for the video around the time of the Columbine school massacre in 1999. "I remember I was going through the TV channels and could not find one positive section in the news". While talking about why he chose to do the video in Honea Path he said "I don't want to forget where I came from."”