Self-Help meets Hip Hop
Episode 340 - Stewe @ItsMeStewe
May 19, 2019 02:01 PM PDT
In this episode of PoPolitickin, we politick with Media Personality, Host, Artist, & Actor Stewe.
Learn more about Stewe at http://itsmestewe.com/Episode 339 - Tomy Ge @Tomygemusic
May 12, 2019 07:26 PM PDT
In this episode of PoPolitickin, we politick with singer, songwriter Tomy Ge.
May 05, 2019 01:46 PM PDT
In this episode of PoPolitickin, we politick with Dusty Leigh.
Dusty Leigh is far from your average rapper. He’s white. He hails from Louisville, KY and he combines the hardcore element of Hip-Hop with the wittiness of Pop. The 24 year-old entertainer prefers to set trends instead of follow them, yet another reason he stands out in his state’s largest city. Dusty’s brand of witty wordplay has attracted a sizeable amount of supporters, the “Dust Gang,” that range from die-hard rap heads to party-minded frat kids. His music transcends color lines and embraces creativity with an adventurous mix of funk, soul and rock grooves. Dusty Leigh is the voice of the new generation.Episode 337 - Artist Spotlight - K.Cirrus @Iamkcirrus
April 30, 2019 09:57 PM PDT
In this episode of PoPolitickin, we politick with K.Cirrus.
Residing out of Southside Virginia, K.Cirrus (pronounced "K. Sear-Us") is a wordsmith who hits you with a brash yet smooth delivery of catchy, lyrical bars, laced underneath raspy vocals. And he is here with two offerings to get you use to #Cirrusserious:Episode 336 -Artist Spotlight - Chase Checks @chasechecksgm
April 20, 2019 05:10 PM PDT
In this episode of PoPolitickin, we politick with Chase Checks.
Elijah Banks aka Chase Checks is an outgoing, ambitious and highly creative Hip-Hop Artist born and raised on the South Side of Chicago. At only 19 years old Chase has put so much work into his talent, he is taking the music industry by storm. From the streets to the sheets Chase has very diverse music which doesn’t fit in any music genre, making him excel in the industry at a very quick pace. One of his biggest musical influences is Jay Critch. His highly anticipated EP. is expected to be released in late 2019. The tracks he is pushing for his EP. are “No Fakin’ Love” FT. Thank Jordan and “How Ya Feel.” When Chase isn’t in the booth or on stage he enjoys the simple things in life that people take for granted and always lives his life with no worries. Chase is the hottest new Hip-Hop Artist out of Chicago who is ready to make his mark in music and take over.
Social Media: IG/Facebook/Twitter: @chasechecksgm
April 14, 2019 02:02 PM PDT
In this episode of PoPolitickin, we politick with Memphis, TN rap legend La Chat.
Her name is Chastity Daniels, but mostly known over the world as LaChat. One of the most talented rising female rappers in the industry. Hailing from Memphis, TN, she has always loved hip hop music and considers M.C. Lyte as a role model. She has her own style of music that sets her apart from your typical female artist. She considers herself as being the voice that represents hustling, thug-life and most importantly the street females and mothers. She has helped open doors for up and coming female rap artist. Her career began back in 1998 with the Oscar Winning Group Three 6 Mafia. Her first Platinum feature, with Three Six Mafia, “Chicken Head” was on Project Pat’s album. After that the doors opened for her to become the Queen in Hip Hop she is. She was featured on numerous other projects with Three Six Mafia including “Two Way Freak” and “Baby Mama”. LaChat has written tracks that were featured in popular movies such as “Baby Boy” and the hit HBO series “Oz”. She also played a starring role in the movie “Choices”. She later released her first solo album. “Murder She Spoke” in 2001 selling over 200,000 units and counting.
Since then, she has been released from the group and has released several independent projects such as “Ultimate Revenge” in July 2004 selling over 8,000 units independently and “Dramatized” November 2004 selling over 10,000 units.( Both albums without any major promotion.) She later released her third Solo album “Bad Influence” in November 2006 which is still selling to this day. In between these albums she has been satisfying her fans with features and mix tapes with many major artists such as Shawnna of DTP, Juvenile, Murphy Lee, Yo Gotti, Gucci Mane and Mike Jones,Waka Flocka,8ball to name a few. She has recently started her own record label “Dime-A-Dozen” releasing her fourth independent album “Da Hood Home Girl” in July of 2008. She recently released a Trap-a-holics “Krumbz 2 Brickz”,May 2010,with other up-comin projects to be released with such success she has received numerous awards for her achievements such as;
Through LaChat’s struggles and hustles in the game, she still manages to eat off of her well deserved fame. She still gets booked for shows all around the United States and draws in record crowds. As you see, She is a very hard worker and will never give up at what she loves.Episode 334 - Artist Spotlight - Julisa @itsjulisa_
April 10, 2019 07:34 PM PDT
In this episode of PoPolitickin, we politick with Julisa.
Julisa is the spirt of enlightenment and the embodiment of human warmth, with a voice as soulful as Lauryn Hill and a flow as effortless as Missy Elliott. Julisa was dubbed “The Female J. Cole,” but if we’re being honest, she’s a phenomena, entirely unlike any one particular contemporary or past artist. Embracing her social intuitive knowledge and her ability to let loose going from songs such as Nappy Thoughts to Thick Girls she retains a versatility unlike any other. Julisa has had her music featured on Ball in the Family and her musical prowess is all in the family; her grandfather drummed had the opportunity to drum for Duke Ellington before he became a household name and it’s safe to say that strong rhythm finesse has been passed down to Julisa, who is sure to become a household name soon.
Visit Julisa's media company at http://julisamedia.com/Artist Spotlight - The Good People | @djemskee
March 31, 2019 05:51 PM PDT
In this episode, we politick with The Good People.
The Good People, consisting of The Saint (Producer) and Emskee (Emcee), is a perfect blend of soulful classic hip-hop with meaningful lyrics. Some call it "Throwback music." Others have called it "Grown Folk Hip Hop." The Good People call it hip-hop that comes from their soul and would like to share it with listeners that are otherwise forced to listen to music they cannot relate to. Come listen to what hip-hop has been missing.Artist Spotlight - Avrex | @Avrexhiphop
March 25, 2019 08:45 PM PDT
In this episode of PoPolitickin, we politick with Avrex.
Avrex aka Avery A. Belton is a musician born outside of Boston in Leominster, Massachusetts.Taking the first part of his name Av and adding Rex the latin word for king, used to describe king's in Ancient Rome we give you The Movement "Avrex".The movement is made up of DISCIPLES who care for their families, love God and have a passion for creating their own businesses. Community involvement youth outreach and Christian ministry outreach is the staple and foundation of his belief.
From the age of 9-17 Avrex was moved to and from foster homes, mental institutions, group homes and jail. This makes his story so powerful and gives explanation to why he deems the CHILDREN most important in establishing faith.
March 17, 2019 01:28 PM PDT
In this episode of PoPolitickin, we politick with SheGo Turbo.
SheGo Turbo is a young female artist from the north-west suburbs right outside Chicago. Growing up in a very religious home where both her parents are pastors they would not allow her to listen to rap music or anything that promoted profanity. Turbo didn’t let that stop her though, she loved hip hop, r&b or how most people would say “baby making music” along with all types of different genres & songs she knew her parents wouldn’t approve of. She is the second to youngest child of 5 brothers and 1 sister. SheGo was forced to join choirs and sing in churches but also took it upon herself to study the music she preferred listening too. While creating her own sound she found herself dropping remixes on SoundCloud and it gained the attention of her classmates at the several schools she attended. On March 4th 2019 SheGo Turbo released her first solo project “After Hurt”. Her unique flow, and harmonic melodies draws you in the minute you plug her into your speaker. She has some big things planned for her future as an artist shes definitely an artist to look out for this year!
Po Politickin is a conscious brand that aligns itself with helping artists, philanthropy and offers exposure through our strong online presence. Hip Hop and Self-Help rolled into one. Politickin with musicians since 2008.
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Founded in 2008, by Chris “Po” Porter, Po Politickin is a “hip hop meets psychology brand,” designed to give talented artists more exposure. Po Politickin accomplishes this through a global presence, which includes an online radio show, blog, and an online mixtape series. Focused on helping artists, no profits, authors, and others reach the masses, it’s a home for everything worth being discussed. “Po Politickin is deeper than music”, says Porter. “We view Po Politickin as a hip hop motivational brand. Our goals is for Po Politickin to help further the hip hop culture and educate our radio show’s listeners with content that is both entertaining and valuable. In every show, I attempt to leave at least one piece of knowledge that the listener could digest and use in their daily lives.” Nominated for best podcast series by The Black Weblog Awards, Po Politickin reaches listeners all over the United States, including California, Mississippi, Alabama, New Jersey, New York; their reach has also extended overseas in place like London and Netherlands. Having interviewed/featured well over a 150 guest, notable music related interviews include; MC Lyte, Dead Prez, Yo Gotti, Teedra Moses, Curren$y, Project Pat, B.G., Stat Quo, Glasses Malone, and Jody Breeze. Other non-music related notables include porn stars Sara Jay, Nina Mercedez, and Kelly Divine; and comedians Shang and Michael Coylar.
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