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SeurJamz Artists / Press

“The “Princess of Hip Hop Pop” , Risk-A, is making an impact on internet radio stations like Jango Airplay, Lastfm, iHeart Radio, OurStage, LaLa, Reverbnation; where she was recently a featured artist, one of ten chosen from 600,000. She is currently ranked number two in Atlanta as well. Her album “Stuck” can be found on Rhapsody, Napster, Amazon MP3 and iTunes. Risk-A’s pop score on Jango Airplay was 83 the first week and continues to soar. The out pour of feedback from her fans from countries all over the world on Jango Airplay foreshadows Risk-A’s success in the industry. Her fan overlap illustrates that she is a cross over artists. Along with hip hop fans she has accrued fans of Miley Cyrus, Nickelback, Avril Levigne , and other various pop artist. With music that the masses can relate to, witty metaphors and lack of explicit lyrics this artist is an icon in the making. Her music speaks for itself.”

“I had an interesting interview with an upcoming rapper who goes by the stage name, “King”. Before you prejudge him, you will find that he has been through much and has overcome even more. I found King to be articulate and intriguing. The young rapper is currently under management with SeurJamz Entertainment. Click here to hear what King has to offer http://www.reverbnation.com/play_now/song_5047669 ”

“As a child like most artists Bad Guy was influenced by Michael Jackson. His hip hop influences were Trick Daddy, Run DMC, LL Cool J, JT Money, Snoop Dogg, Scar face, Ice Cube and Tupac to name a few. Bad Guy began rapping in his youth at talent shows and battles. His first love was football and pursued his dream at a Jr College in California. Due to a lack of the necessary ACT or SAT scores he was unable to attend a Major University. He was kicked off the team and dropped out and returned to his home in Miami, Fl. Once Bad Guy reached Miami he decided to invest in his career as a rapper and recorded a demo that launched the ever popular, “You know You Ghetto.” In his spare time he coached little league football and met a parent that believed in his talent and invested in “Bishop.” Anyone that didn’t know the definition of what it is to be ghetto learned from Bishop’s hit single, “You know you ghetto”.”