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#Interview: Young Cue Weighs in on his upcoming project "Busy Doing Nothing"


Young Cue is a recording artist from Savannah, GA who has been making music for neatly 4 years. With a way of drawing the attention of each crowd he’s placed in front of, Young Cue is hands-down an entertainer on the rise. We recently sat with Young Cue to catch up, learn more about his latest ventures, and hear about his upcoming project which is soon to be released, titled “Busy Doing Nothing.”

As we discussed music, we also had to ask about his personal life and how he balances the two. Finances and remaining stable was definitely a topic we touched bases on. As a creative, whether you’re an Artist of any sort, Musician, Journalist, Publicist, or whatever your title may be, it’s also important to maintain a certain level of financial stability because without it, you’re not in a great headspace to create!

Enough babbling for now, click the YouTube video below to watch our full interview with Young Cue.

Connect on social media

Instagram @youngcue_ | Twitter @cuevooo_uce



King Bogus, The Monarch Drops Gems in Exclusive Interview


King Bogus, The Monarch, also known as Shifht Bogus from the local rap group Floyd Adams, is back with a vengeance. His artistry and appearance doesn’t go unnoticed with his spiffy attire, clear vernacular, and ultimate demand of attention and respect in every setting.

We caught up with King Bogus, The Monarch to hear more about his upcoming EP Series, titled The Return of The King EPs: Heavy is the Head and Hopeless Romantic. As a Savannah, Georgia native, King Bogus gave a lot of insight on his music and the latest music coming out of the Port City. So many gems were released in this interview. From his viewpoint on the state of Hip-Hop in Savannah, to his advice to local artists and their mindset, and everything in between, King Bogus took it there.

View the full interview below and learn more about King Bogus, The Monarch. [#BogusDaze]

Connect on Twitter: @ShifhtBogus_UCE | Instagram: @thatsbogus_



Lady Raw sits with Georgia Media to share her musical plans as upcoming artist


Savannah, GA recording artist Lady Raw shared the excitement of her upcoming music and mixtape with spokesperson Georgia Doll and Georgia Media Agency as she prepares to release this summer and the success rate she's gained thus far as an up and coming rapper.

Lady Raw speaks on one of her most popular songs, “Spit Fire” which was inspired by Luniz's 'I Got 5 on It" classic track. The song is a super, catchy and trendy track that her supporters love. With features on her initial debut project with well known local artists like Clay Hodges (formerly known as Claydoe) and Yung Damon, Lady Raw has made a bond with elite artists in the local game and plans to elevate and gained far more lasting relationships.

Check out the interview below and learn more about Lady Raw and her artistry.

Connect with Lady Raw: @ladyraw_



Armas Lashane Weighs In On Upcoming Project, "The Process" In Exclusive Interview

Photo courtesy of @C_Bell_8 // L to R: Armas Lashane + Jaya, The Sensei

Photo courtesy of @C_Bell_8 // L to R: Armas Lashane + Jaya, The Sensei

Armas Lashane. A recording artist by way of Mobile, Alabama recently spoke with Georgia Media Agency's media correspondent Jaya, The Sensei to discuss his latest music and upcoming project titled "The Process" which releases in May. As he gears up for the premiere, Armas is excited to allow listeners and supporters all that he's been working on and creating.

Amongst other things, Armas Lashane weighed in on who he'd love to work with and soak up knowledge from such as Snoop Dogg and underground artist Starlito. With a personable aura and quality music, we're certain Armas Lashane is headed in the right direction with his music and overall artistry.

Be sure to check out the full interview below and connect with Armas Lashane online!

Connect: Instagram - @_solokey | Twitter - @UnsignWilson



Jo E Rico Weighs in on his musical background + Upcoming 'Dragon Tales' project


Jo E Rico. The Savannah, Georgia recording artist comes from a long line of music and singing and has made a conscious decision to turn his passion for music into his career path. We got the opportunity to sit and talk with Jo E Rico as he weighed in on his music and soon-to-be-released project titled ”Dragon Tales."

Watch our full interview below with Jo E Rico and connect with him on social media @joe97rico



Interview: TwoFace Drops Off All-New "12 AM" Project

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Check out our latest interview with Savannah recording artist TwoFace. As TwoFace promotes and celebrates the release of his latest project, “12 AM,” we were able to find out more about his artistry, creative process, and overall story coming from nothing and building his brand through hard work and gaining lasting relationships.

Check out our full interview with TwoFace below! Connect on social media: @whoistwoface



283 Makes Moves with New Music, Listening Parties, and SXSW Performances


283 recently released their latest project, '2he L8st 3oys', which showcases the elevation of the duo’s music and sound. One thing about these brothers, they remember where they come from and always keeps their day ones at the center of all that they do.

To celebrate the new tape, the brothers curated two listening parties: one in Savannah with sounds by DJ KiDd which was a one-of-a-kind silent listening party that allowed each attendee to embark on a creative experience. The next listening party was held in Atlanta, GA by the one and only TampaMystic. With industry tastemakers in the building, the event was one to remember as Mystics Ent. along with 283 made sure every attendee felt right at home while listening to each track that the duo worked hard on.

“The 283 listening party was a one of a kind experience. [It was] one that allowed you immerse yourself in the the minds and unique sound of 283.”Niko Makaveli (Recording artist)

Be sure to watch our exclusive interview with 283 and DJ MasterToby as they reflect on SXSW, the making of their newly released tape, and what’s to come for the rap duo.

Connect: @twoatethree | @MODthebear | @2ate3dee



Stone Simpson Weighs in on his music + HooluhGang Movement

Stone Simpson + Georgia Doll, Founder of Georgia Media Agency

Stone Simpson + Georgia Doll, Founder of Georgia Media Agency

Stone Simpson simply can’t be placed into a box or compared to other artists. As Stone Simpson sat with Georgia Media Agency, we discovered the beginning of his musical endeavors and how he says he’s still channeling his sound and enhancing his artistry and delivery. As a Hip-Hop artist, people are typically out and on every scene, but not Stone Simpson. He’s the true definition of “Stack. Pray. Stay out of the way.”

Learn more about the recording artist by viewing our Pt. 1 interview below 

Connect with Stone Simpson:

Instagram: @Stone_Simpson_

Twitter: @YungStone_



Interview: @whoisoyabun's Newly Released EP "NVRLND"

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GMA: Hey, it’s Georgia Doll with and I have the pleasure of interviewing recording artist Oyabun. So, Oyabun, you were born and raised in Brooklyn, NY. Have you always lived in Brooklyn?

OYABUN: I was living in Miami for like 5 years and just relocated in January back to Brooklyn. I got accepted into school down in Miami and there was also Hurricane Sandy in Brooklyn and our house was destroyed. I moved and not too long after my parents moved down to Miami as well.


GMA: What was the creative process behind of “Castle on The Hill?”

OYABUN: The song was initially produced by 6Twelve, who is like my main producer. [Usually, production that I have is between 4 different people] The vibe of the beat was kind of like the beginning of the song was. It was written kind of like a prayer, and then I got into kind of like wanting to switch up the mood with a tempo change. You hear the song’s tempo speed up. We took the song from that point and give people a whole new song.


GMA: I like “Cobain” as well. Talk a little about the make of that song as well.

OYABUN: “Cobain” was from a different project I was working on, but we ended up going in a different direction after I cut the "Castle on The Hill" record, but we didn’t want to not use the song. We made it the single; it’s just one of my favorite songs. I feel like the song was able to show people who OYABUN really was.

When I was in Vegas a couple months back [I hate Vegas, by the way], I stayed in my hotel room for three days watching music documentaries because I’m not into gambling and whatnot. I saw this one documentary on Kurt Cobain. I was able to capture this rock star feel.


GMA: "Cobain" just premiered on BET JAMZ in mid-June. How was that experience when you saw it on your own TV Screen?

OYABUN: It was honestly amazing. You know, you do something for a long time and you have these end goals. It was just dope because I feel like every artist wants to be on TV and reach these goals. It’s still surreal to me; I honestly still haven’t even really, fully digested it, actually. My whole team and family was able to be a part of it, which was also dope. We all were able to see that “Damn, this can really happen!” My mom sent me like 40 screenshots of the video and it was just a great moment for me.


GMA: What’s your newest project all about?

OYABUN: I just released my newest Extended Project [EP] titled “NVRLND.” The reason why I dropped it yesterday is because it’s so symbolic with the Solar Eclipse and the perfect time. My last project was titled “Mercury Retrograde”, so that was the vibe we were trying to go for. This project is also a art of the series of EPs I’m putting out.



GMA: Reflect on your music and its’ transition and progression: Then vs. Now.

OYABUN: When I would write songs initially, it was more poem-based and spoken word, more like the traditional “Boom-Bap” style. I felt like the music was more routine.

Now, I’ve lived life more, so I have a bigger aspect on my music. It’s not just from Brooklyn, it’s based off my transitions in life and where I’ve been.


GMA: So, you mentioned you’ve traveled a lot and it’s helped you make more music. Where else have you traveled?

OYABUN: Fortunately, my parents always wanted me to see different places and environments. We would go to Jamaica, where my pops is from and The Dominican Republic. Just to see different places and what’s out there. So, when I got older and I was presented an opportunity, I would take it and travel.  You get a chance to connect with so many different people.


GMA: Talk a little about your experience in Utah for four days, shooting the “Cobain” music video.

OYABUN: The visual we shot encompassed both songs. The videos are going to be released separately. Essentially, it was just amazing because the “NVRLND” project – The sound of it takes you to another world. I feel like Urban city environments give off a different vibe. So, we went to Utah to bend reality. It looks like we went to four different countries all in one. There was a desert and I’ve never experienced that. It was just different. I did it to create visuals for my art.


GMA: What’s next for your music and artistry?

OYABUN: I want to begin doing as many shows as I can. Even in other cities. I would like to open up for a headlining act and going on the road and riding out with them through a couple cities. This project is a gate opening of a race that I don’t feel that I’ll stop running anytime soon. I just want to keep pushing forward.


GMA: What else can we expect from the producers you work with or artist collaborations?

OYABUN: If I come into contact with someone I feel like we should collab, it has to happen organically. I would prefer it that way. My productions are really what I consider a collab. Multiple producers adding to the song and it feels like a band almost.


GMA: What music do you listen to that inspires and motivates your creativity?

OYABUN: It ranges. A lot of music that I’ve been gravitating towards as of lately is also blended genres. I listen to Old Kanye West, Cudi, The Weeknd’s album, things that are unconventional. These artists are changing what “Pop” is and changing the status quo. I also listen to rap, but I don’t want it to influence my music and voice subconsciously. I spend more time listening to alternative music.


GMA: I applaud you as an artist! How can people connect with you on social media and hear your music?

OYABUN: My social media is @whoisoyabun. My Souncloud is – Website:, and I’m on all streaming platforms as “Oyabun”