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Giovannie Pierre ItsGiovannie:The Musician

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Giovannie Pierre ItsGiovannie:The Musician

Giovanni Pierre-Louis, professionally known as Gio, along with several of his Haitian compatriots, endure life well. Gio was born in Brooklyn to an Italian woman who couldn’t kiss her biracial children and a Haitian drug kingpin father who was exiled at the age of 2.After being kicked out of school for behavioral epidemics, Gio was sent to Haiti to live with her father. In Haiti, he learned to appreciate the little things in life and discovered his love for music.

ItsGiovannie was eventually sent to Haiti to live with her father. This is where she discovered her love of music and the rest was history. She is very talented and has a passion for music. ItsGiovannie’s musical talents eventually developed into a fusion of modern sounds mixed with trap and old school scat. Check her new single “Money Talk”.

Gio has been involved with music for as long as she can remember. His early musical abilities are not surprising given the musical background of his family. His father was a producer and sound engineer, and his uncle played guitar/bass and piano in the group Kompa ZORO. Gio’s musical development is influenced by the music of Haiti, which is a combination of European music derived primarily from French and Spanish influences from Cuba and the Dominican Republic border, as well as African migration through slavery. Upon returning to the United States, Gio’s younger sister, Cassandra, died in a fire at the age of 15. For years, she struggled with pain, self-loathing, and began to struggle with the weight of it. Gio felt very lonely and became deeply depressed.

Gio knows that with God at his side, everything is possible for him to achieve his goals and make his dreams come true. “I had a difficult childhood,” he says. “I get a lot of emotions and ideas from my journey, and I want my audience to connect with this experience, I’m going to the extreme!”

Gio wants her music to be heard around the world to promote Haiti and to also continue her sister Cassandra’s creative musical legacy. Gio’s music’s universal edge bridges many gaps. It ranges from Neo-Soul to Jazz, to R&B and Hip-Hop – but there’s no limit to the sounds Gio is bringing forth as she draws inspiration from her life’s lessons and blessings.

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1924 Music Group Signs 90’s R&B Vocalist Qui Qui Martin To Independent Label

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1924 Music Group Signs 90's R&B Vocalist Qui Qui Martin To Independent Label

1924 Music Group is creating opportunities for the next generation of music stars. Founded by brothers Ivory and Jay Hawthorne, these two siblings are bringing a dream of theirs to life while ushering in the next set of music stars. Hailing from the historic city of Baltimore, Maryland, this independent label is changing the landscape in Baltimore. By creating a musical safe haven in an area that does not possess a major recording label, 1924 stands out among the other emerging indie labels opening the door to much success and influence.

Having signed rising stars Yung Inkky, Tio Taylor, GG C Mals,TPT Moody, Danger Aurora, Doll E Taylor, Chris Michael, Official Arri, Lotto Supreme, and engaged in a Co-Management deal with Kiya Alexius, 1924 Music Group has all of the resources necessary to take talent to the mainstream music market. With the diverse relationships they have built in the music industry with music legends such as Troy Taylor, and Drumma Boy Fresh, they have the backing from some of music’s most influential hitmakers in the game. Co-founder and owner of this independent label Ivory Hawthorne has had the pleasure of working with Lyfe Jennings, Just’us (formerly signed to Mary J Blige’s Matriarchs Records), Riplay, and currently has a joint partnership with Phantom Boyz Music.

Working with so many gifted and talented acts in music, 1924 is thrilled to announce the signing of Qui Qui Martin, the former lead singer of the 90’s girl group Isyss. Martin had this to say about signing with 1924: “1924 is more than just a label, it’s a family unit, a comradery. I feel my most creative when working with my team at 1924. Everyone seems to work organically with one another. 1924 isn’t just in the business of signing anyone. They must have a special talent and stardom that coincides with the other label mates. This in turn solidifies what 1924 music group is all about. Facilitating the careers of future stars. When I think of 1924 I think of a new age bad boy records.

It is clear that this label has all of its artists‘ best interests at heart and is applying pressure to creating diamonds that will shine brightly for the world to see. Currently, 1924 is working on putting out Qui Qui Martin’s forthcoming EP with the help of Lil Ronnie and working on Yung Inkky’s new material.

Press play below to stream Qui Qui Martin’s new “Nobody” single featuring fellow 1924 artist Tio Taylor.

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2022 Looks Like a pleasing year for Uva Musix Group (UMG)

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2022 Looks Like a pleasing year for Uva Musix Group (UMG)

Uva Musix Group (UMG)

New times have brought new challenges everywhere, especially in the music industry. With the new technology, anyone with access to the internet can make music, share it and promote it with the world. Because of this, it is difficult for new musicians to find the right music company to stand behind them and support them. So how do we know what is best? Life is a series of experiences, each one of which makes us bigger, smarter, and stronger, with a big desire to get things right. We want to help people with the experience gained and guide them to do the right thing.

A new music record label, founded early in 2021, from High Point, North Carolina, UMG (Uva Musix Group) is taking action with their uniqueness, offering a pleasant music experience for their clients, owned by three young men, Jordan Dillard, Derek Marshall, and Olaf Moreno, with their hearts in Hip-Hop/ Rap/ Melodic genre.

What makes them different from others? They will provide full support, stand strong behind their clients, let them focus on their originality, making great music and they will do the rest for them. “Putting the artist first and trying to help the artists grow and gain exposure,” they said.

UMG is all about passion and respect, which nowadays is very difficult to find. They will help their artist with their creativity, bringing out the best of them and feeding their fans with it. For one music artist, the most important thing is for his music to be heard everywhere and to achieve positive results, and for that to happen, it needs the support of a good and honest record label.

Once Bobby Unser said “Success is where preparation and opportunity meet”, and UMG is a big golden opportunity, especially for a local artist who seeks to leap into action with success. For starters, people can follow them on their Twitter and Instagram accounts which will follow in addition, and in the future on more platforms.

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HOW EYAH CARVED HIMSELF A NICHE IN THE MUSIC INDUSTRY

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HOW EYAH CARVED HIMSELF A NICHE IN THE MUSIC INDUSTRY

No one took Sven Zwetsloot seriously when he stated his intentions of getting into the music industry. Even those closest to him thought it was a phase because, after all, he didn’t come from a musical family. However, Sven was determined to prove everyone wrong. Despite the mockery, he’d work hard and silenced his detractors once and for all.

Today, Sven Zwetsloot, better known by his stage name Eyah, is a Reggaeton music producer based in Texel, the Netherlands. Eyah is popular in the industry for originality, which is showcased in his last tracks.

As a composer, Eyah takes pride in his original compositions and tunes. One would believe that his journey in the music industry has therefore been easy, but that is not the case.

Eyah has had to learn a few things that have kept him going. By the time he was in the 12th grade, he was making house beats despite having no support system. Even though he didn’t have a proper place to practice, he made 2 tracks every day for two years until he got his own place. That’s how he developed his adaptable workflow, something he appreciates as a producer today. When Eyah turned 18, he started looking for ways to turn his passion into something profitable, but it didn’t happen overnight.

Eyah’s biggest influences are Tainy and Sky Rompiendo. He has learned how to creatively incorporate influences from science fiction and horror genres to create a sound that resonates with a wider audience.

Crafting recognizable lyrics, coupled with a groovy beat that the listener can appreciate is one of Eyah’s greatest joys. He conveys his feelings through every song he works on, and this is something very few producers can do. For now, he is working on some new projects that are waiting to be released. He’s been working with three big names in the industry and the works are in the final stages of production.

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