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Staff Table of Contents
Felicia Rivers is the...
Page 4 - Editor’s Note
Publisher/Editor In Chief
Page 5 - Dear Charleston
Isaac Hilton is the...
Vice-President Page 6 - Healthy Living

Carlos Johnson is the... Page 7 - The Man Who Found Change


Editor-At-Large Page 8 - Man in the Mirror
F. Khristopher Blue is the...
Page 11 - Ten Things that Scare the...
Creative Director

Intern
Tika Robinson
Radio Personality & Promo
Frank Nitty Confident
Assistant to the Editor In Interviews
Chief/Advice Columnist
Page 12 - Blackk Boi
Chiina Coutour
Hip Hop Class Cover Photographer: Jason Cordes Gully Murk Cover Photographer: ABigT Flick

Page 14 - Omar Offendum


Contributors
Ben Freezy Page 16 - Gully Murk

Jay Mixx
Jules City
UKthaUnknown
Christopher Carson
Kenneth Love
Features
John Glynn
Page 20 - Hip Hop Class of Charleston 2014
Photographers
Carminski Page 31 - 2014 GeeChee One Awards Winners

Jason Cordes GeeChee One Awards Photo Gallery


PapaRatzi Photographed by PapaRatzi

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you to come and support the talent that
we cater to…not just Charleston but all
over. People make it seem that if your
based some where you are stuck
there...that myth is a lie. If you have a
dream to dance then you should dance…
if you dream is to sing then you should
get up a sing. With being a dancer, sing-
er, or whatever you have to be
determined to give it your all. Get a
mentor, a coach, or pick up a book on
how to be successful at your dream.
Remember God puts people in your path
for a reason and there is a time a season
Thanks again for picking up yet another for everything.
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state but in all honesty we are still slaves.
Slaves to state, slaves to system, and
slaves to the bull crap education they are
pumping into our minds now. Why is
black history the shortest month of the
year? Why is the government trying to
change the history books saying slaves
where just unpaid workers. It’s time to
wake up from this nightmare. How far
will you go to make a change? How many
more times will we see Rip/Sip to some-
body on social media? Don't you under-
Where did we go wrong?? We went from stand the more kids that drop out of
being in love to hating each other!! You school the more jails are being built!!
have taken so many of our friends and Charleston you have seriously let us
family away in so little time. Why?? Is it down. We can't go anywhere without a
because, you like to see us in pain?? Is fight or a shooting when all we want to do
because, you love to see silent cries of a is have fun. Ughhhhh and don't even get
mother burying her child??!! Is it be- me started on the people you took away
cause' you are secretly washing away our from us that where innocent. My mother
black community? I see jealousy erasing would always say a bullet don't have no
all of young lives. It’s sad that when I was name on it. It’s crazy we have got to do
growing up the saying " life is too short" better. Don't just say what you want to do
basically meant you can get a disease like to make Charleston a better place does it!
cancer and die at the age of sixty. Now we Dare to dream bigger for our lost loves
are really living in the saying meaning we ones because they can no longer dream
as Charleston natives are not passing for us. Who are you to take lives as if you
away but being murdered fresh out of are God? There is no coming back after
high school. I don't know about you but death. You just took somebody's mom,
when I decide to have kids Mr. Charles- dad, sister, brother etc. How would you
ton I'm not raising them to be a part of feel if someone decided to kill someone
your slaughter house. What do you want you love?? The sad part is some of you
from us?? No matter how good we raise are proud to say we are so dangerous!!
our kids you take them away. The streets Not dangerous but foolish all that ani-
are a jungle!! Survival of the strongest!! mosity built up could have been invested
It’s sad to say we put the streets as a plat- in making money!! What good are you to
form for the ones who pave the way of this world promote unity not stupidity!!
better living. You make it so hard for us Our people are in danger. All these mur-
to do better when you judge us by ap- ders going on are silent assignations.
pearance and paper work. What’s wrong United we stand divided we fall!! Let's
with dreads? In Jamaica how long a man stand together for once!!
dreads are and shells in his hair
P.s I'll be praying for you
measures how strong of a worker he
is. So why do you try to twist our ways Love,
and make us ashamed of ourselves.
ChiiNa Couture
Charleston SC supposedly WAS the slave

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Everyone has heard about how bad the of what nature intended. Our parents
food we eat is lately. We are now hear- are said to be in better health than us
ing about a lot of ailments and diseas- because of this fact. Especially in the
es attributed to this fact. With the rise GeeChee area. A lot of us can recall our
of obesity, heart disease, diabetes grandmother planting most of their
among other things. Until now we had whole foods. Which is what our par-
no clue that our foods are being genet- ents had eaten all their lives. Very little
ically modified (GMO). Which means processed foods or microwave dinners
these foods DNA has been changed to like we have been eating the past
resist certain chemicals and pest. 25yrs.This also has a lot to do with the
Along with preservatives, artificial rise of veganism, look at Jay and Be-
sweeteners, and petrol dyes. Nothing yoncé. You don't have to be a vegetari-
that we eat on a regular basis serve us an though to be on a healthy diet. Just
any benefit. start paying attention to the label.
With foods being processed it has tak- Even if it's not a rap label, check for
en away the wholesome value of it. what your putting in your body. Eat as
Bleached flour, pasteurized milk and whole as you can. We say it can be
juices all take away the natural vita- expensive but you pay a lot to look
mins stored naturally in those foods. good on the outside. So do the same on
Vitamin deficiency is the leading cause the inside so you can stunt... I mean
of a lot ailments that could otherwise live a little longer.
be avoided.
Eating whole organic fruits and vege-
Article by Jay Mixx
tables is a good way to get back some

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world constantly moving around
you .... And the most important of all
of these is; "You must get up and make
something of yourself no matter what
people say about the person you once
was and the things you once did ....
Even with all these things .... I'm still
not gonna say I am perfect .... But I will
say this .... "I'm far from who I once
was!" .... I must go now, but I hope
someone who reads this will share it
with their child and let them know
that; If "Poppa Smurf" can change ....
They shouldn't have no problem at the
Greetings .... I come in peace .... A man least attempting to do so ..... Peace!
I have grown to respect; (Raphael
James) recently asked me; "What gave Article by Christopher “Papa Smurf” Cason
you your breakthrough?" .... The an-
swer to this question was simple ....
You must be willing to want change ....
You must be willing to break the deal
you made with the devils that lives
within .... You must be willing to leave
the past and not be tempted to get
back involved when times are tough ....
You must be willing to let go of every-
thing and anyone that takes you back
to your mischief ways .... You must be
willing to have hope, (something Erica
Michelle Alcox and Professor Damon
Fordham instilled in me) .... You must
be willing to have hope that you can
change and that you will change and
that you will be a better person then
you once was .... You must believe you
are worthy of change and you are wor-
thy of improvement and you are wor-
thy of being the best you can be .....
You must be willing to set aside your
negative notions about life, about
hardships, about evil people, about
things you have no control over, and
mostly about yourself .... You must be
willing to stop feeling sorry for your-
self, (something Pastor Thomas Dixon
instilled in me) while looking at the

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What made you start the "Man in the 4. It is a community outreach project.
Mirror” Project? We want to deal with the issues before
we lose any more of our young people.
1. "Man in the Mirror" was inspired by
While the kickoff is the summit. We do
one of the people who lived with me
have plans in place to follow this event.
when I was a kid. He got into some trou-
ble after leaving my home and when he How do you believe your work will help
wrote me to thank me for all I had done others?
for him in the past, I told him to come
5. My goal is to reach as many people as
see me. When he came home; to make a
we can and to help them understand
long story short during our conversation
their not alone. I don't believe in making
I asked him where he saw himself 5
excuses for our actions so of course that
years in the future. He said he had no
means learning to take responsibly for
future, I said at 22 years old, no one
your actions. After learning to do that
should ever feel like they have no future.
we have programs set up that will help
So I decided to do something about it.
them make their change. We hope to
Now we know "Man in the Mirror" by reach them, with understanding and
Michael Jackson. Is there any relation guidance to help them reach their goals.
between the two?
We understand that the "Man in the
2. Yes, I took that name because that Mirror Project" was established here in
song represents everything we're trying South Carolina, do you plan on traveling
to do. Everyone has to learn the change to other states?
must begin with you!
6. I didn't plan to, but I have been ap-
Are there any requirements to proached to help start up similar pro-
volunteer for the events? grams in areas like Jacksonville and
Atlanta. I have had the pleasure of work
3. No not really as far as this event is
with people from all over the U.S. in
concerned we welcome volunteers from
forming the program. So to answer your
all over. The only thing that prevents
question, time will tell.
you from being a volunteer is if you’re a
register sex offender, but that goes with Do you have any up and coming events
out saying. that we can support?
How would you describe your project?

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7. Our "Taking Back Our Youth" a youth
summit is our event coming up. We can
use all the help you can get. To be hon-
est, what we need most is money to help
fund the event. All proceeds goes to the
"Man In The Mirror" SC. I just want
people to know we are trying to make a
change for our young people. Let's give
them a real chance and let them know
they are a priority to us. Let them know,
we will not leave them to the govern-
ment to take care of.
How do you keep each member involved
and motivated?
8. I think I'm the hardest person to keep
motivated to be honest. This is some-
thing I have been working on for a year
and a half and sometimes it hard to keep
pushing when you hear so many no's,
but what keeps me moving is those
words "I don't have a future". I believe Are you available to work with other
everyone else is following my lead. So if I organizations on future projects?
keep myself going I'm blessed that they
10. Of course! I'm always open to help
too will keep going.
with anything that helps build up our
Have you had any criticism towards your people.
ideas for bettering the communities?
How can we contact you through social
9. I haven't had much criticism per say. I media?
think everyone is waiting to see if we do
11.I can be reach on Facebook, (2 pages
what we say we're going to do. I think
Victoria Baylock, Man In The Mirror,
the community has been burnt so many
Crown Vic), on twitter MIMSC843
times they don't know who to believe in.
maninthemirrosc@gmail.com or they
Truth is, I don't have any young children
can always call me 843-593-3319.
anymore of my own. All of my children
are grown. I do this because I don't want
to see another mother crying over her
dead child. I don't want to see another
father on the news begging for help to
find their child's killer. Most of all I
don't want to hear about another dead
child. So I wish more people would get
behind this project to help make it a
success. I get more of the waiting to see
than criticism. Which can be even more
harmful.

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As opposed to the usually informative once more. And after realizing that the
element that appears in my articles, I normal performance stage fright experi-
have taken the liberty of diverting from ence was nowhere on stage with me, my
that particular element for this month, only regret became how long I had
as I wish to convey a major concern that remained off stage.
I find troubling at the most inconvenient
However, since returning to the stage,
of times and, namely, during perfor-
there exists a new element of the stage
mances.
that gravely concerns me. And, the
Now I suppose that most entertainment more people in the band with me at any
artists, at some point in their careers, given time, the more grave the concern
have been accosted with stage can tend to be. As such, I have elected
fright. And I venture to say that this to list ten incidents that I have borne
sentiment occurs at the beginning of witness to and experienced at some
most such careers. And as I had taken a point that may serve to inspire my
twenty-year sabbatical from performing exodus once more from live perfor-
to represent fellow artists in promotion mance, in the interest of safety, security,
and publicity of their careers, upon re- and other such nonesuch.
turning to performing, I believed that I
Editor's Note: Dr. Kenneth Love
would experience a major fright of
serves the Entertainment industry as a
stage.
musician, writer, promoter, publicist,
However, that was not the case. In fact, and consultant. For more details, visit
upon taking the stage again, it was as if I his websites at http://
had not missed a beat (pardon the pun) www.kennylovejazz.comand http://
with how comfortable I was on the stage www.1waypr.com.

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Being raised in South Carolina for From Port Baby, Kilo P, Young Renzo,
some of the local rappers you grew up Mz. Skandulaz and of course the Juice
listening to?? Gang.
I grew up listening to 263, Q.T.P., What do you believe that we as artists
Carolina Pathfinders, Dino and one of from South Carolina we can do better?
my favorites B-Kill just to name a few.
I think we can do better at supporting
Do you believe that artists from South our own because if you go to any other
Carolina has to work harder than other city it's not about pride or who's the
states? best It's about "STATE UNITY".
No I don't think artists from S.C. have What would you describe your music
to work harder. I just think we need to genre as?
Stand Together, because we have a
I don't have a certain genre that I place
dialect and a culture that hasn't really
my music under because I feel like
been exposed to the world yet. It's like
once you put a label on whatever you
the saying, UNITED WE STAND AND
do. You also set a limit, with me the
DIVIDED WE FALL.
sky is the limit.
What does Juice Gang stand for??
What are some pointers you would
Juice Gang stands for (Just Using In- give to someone trying to come up in
telligence @ Creativity 2 Excel) the business?
"JUICE". When we yell BANG it's not a
Stay focused per-fect your craft, pray,
gang thing it stands for (BUSINESS
and never let someone tell you what
ALWAYS NEVER GAMES) "BANG".
you can't do.
We know that you rap, act, and model
Now, I see that you go by the name
Are there any other talents we should
"Bishop Drippa and "Blackk Boi ".
know about?
Which do you prefer to be called and
Well yes, I write poetry and play the why?
piano, thanks to my granny Irene. I'm
Yes I do go by 2 names. My name is
an awesome host slash actor and last
Blackk Boi, but everyone isn't comfort-
but not least I'm a dedicated Father!
able calling me that so that's when the
Where do you see yourself in 5 years? other one comes into play, but me per-
sonally I don't have a preference.
In five years, I see myself owning my
own school for music, yes I said a Where can we reach you on social me-
school for music. Because not only am dia?
I infatuated with rap, I also love every
You can find me on Facebook at Mar-
aspect of music, so what better job to
cusblackkboi Greene or my Blackk Boi
have!
fan page..follow me on Twitter
Are you working on any new projects? @Bishopdrippa,Sound cloud by typing
in Marcus Greene, Reverberation @
I'm working on my album entitled
Blackk Boi..or check me out on
"THE GROOVEY GEEK" with some
YouTube by simply typing in Bishop
production from Slim Beezy, BB Slim,
Drippa.
Hogg, and Montana Mista.With feat.

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Using his lyrical dexterity to convey a trangement into inventive purpose. The
poignant message, hip-hop heavyweight Arab gravitation toward hip-hop culture is
Omar Offendum, born in Saudi Arabia to one that wants to remove stereotypical
Syrian parents, is a force to be reckoned associations, one that wishes to convey the
with. Raised in Washington, D.C., the 32 complexity of Arab identity. Omar does
year old embraces a politically influenced this in a cerebral manner; he is a promi-
style, an approach that resonates strongly nent contributor to an ever expanding
with Arab youths, many who actively em- genre. Through his scholastic approach,
brace one of the most expressive forms of Omar regularly discusses the significant
music around: rap. gulf that exists between East and West.
Along with conveying his search for Arab
“#Jan25,” a track that quickly went viral, identity in the post-9/11 world, Omar dis-
saw Omar focus on Cairo’s Tahrir Square cusses the persecution he has faced in the
uprising, and 2010's solo effort, US. A clearly intelligent individual, Offen-
“SyrianamericanA,” was a rousing affair dum realizes and appreciates that hip-hop
that clearly displayed the rapper’s fond- and academia are closely linked, both of
ness for his parents’ homeland. A compel- which focus on generational mêlées.
ling combination of noir-laden '90s rap Syrian citizens are experiencing hardships
beats complimented by Islamic poetry, like never before, with many genuine free-
Omar’s debut received critical acclaim. dom fighters now joined by individuals
The Syrian war is deeply intricate, much with their own Islamist agendas. In partic-
more complicated than a somewhat falla- ular, the situation in Latakia province is
cious belief involving brave rebels fighting critical, with villagers being massacred for
the immoral dictatorial regime. With just sectarian reasons.
over 22 million citizens, Syria borders
Turkey, Iraq, Jordan, Israel and Lebanon. Omar is all too aware of this, offering the
Steeped in history that dates back to bibli- listener intelligent music that is stripped
cal times, the war-torn country has an of any bravado. With that being said, the
abundance of deserts and fertile land. rapper doesn’t sacrifice the thumping,
Here, people are irritated by their govern- Beastie Boys influenced beats that reflect
ment, the Assad regime, disillusioned by a heavily on his musical education. His track
sheer lack of economic and political refor- "#Syria," an outraged retort to Syrian
mation. President Bashar Assad, is one that focus-
es on defenceless citizens' who have been
As Omar alludes to in his music, the cata- met with a barrage of bullets, intimidation
lyst for the unforeseen carnage was the and far more ominous atrocities carried
2011's jailing of some youths who dis- out by pro-Assad forces.
played anti-regime graffiti. While incarcer- Offendum's proficient mike skills and lib-
ated, some of these children were killed, eral approach reflect heavily on a man that
thus leading to public protests which maintains a dynamic social media pres-
spread like wildfire. The anger was further ence, regularly detailing his travels across
fuelled by the failure of the government to Europe and the Middle East. Offendum's
reprimand the perpetrators. In April of the style reflects his vantage point between the
same year, one month after the graffiti worlds of East and West, one that is rooted
incident, the Syrian Army shot innocent in Syrian and Arabic characteristics while
demonstrators, an incident that turned also swayed by an American philosophy.
protests into a full-scale armed revolution. Millions of refugees have now fled Syria,
with many crossing the border into Leba-
Omar’s pro-revolution position has gener- non, a country whose population of just
ated positive feedback, especially with the over 4 million is now engorged by a flood
group of activists inside Syria who placed of 2 million Palestinian and Syrian refu-
the rapper’s face on stamps commemorat- gees.
ing the rising. As the war in Syria shows no sign of abat-
ing neither does Omar’s desire to highlight
In these tumultuous times, rap remains an the atrocities in the most creative way im-
outlet for underdogs-turned-lyrical-
connoisseurs to convert feelings of es- aginable.

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In 2014 everyone’s a rapper, but to be a true artist you have to be more than just some
everyday rapper. To be successful in this game called “Hip Hop” you have to be Raw,
Uncensored, Real, and most importantly you have to be Gully. So I sat down personally
with one of the hottest up and coming artist in Charleston, West Ashley’s own Gully
Murk. Mr. Murk, a man of few words, gives an in depth interview on what it takes to not
only survive in this industry but how to run it.

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Tika: So Mr. Murk lets jump right in, how me all I need to know about Gully Murk?
are you today?
Gully Murk: Mos def the intro on my 1st
Tika: (slightly giggling) So what's up with CD.
the name? What’s the origin of the name
Tika: What's so great about the intro?
Gully Murk?
Gully Murk: It’s Me! (laughing)
Gully Murk: Well its a name I got from
the streets, I go hard and I murk every- Tika: So give me a peek of the intro
thing I do so Gully Murk is the name I was (laughing) the people would love to hear.
given.
Gully Murk: (laughing) Get the album!
Tika: Ok so you said the name was given Blind to The Fact is a must hear!
to you from the "Streets" were exactly are
Tika: Will do! Besides the work you have
you from?
already done do you have any "Dream"
Gully Murk: I grew up in West Ashley, SC. features?
Tika: So the West is your stomping Gully: Um Yo Gotti for sure, Boosie, and
ground? pretty much anybody. I want to work with
whoever wants to work with me.
Gully Murk: Something like that (laughing
innocently) Tika: So pretty much anybody who is in-
terested in working with you?
Tika: How do you think your music im-
pacts the community you are from? Gully: Yep
Gully: I rap about what I know. Every- Tika: So for the lady readers is Mr. Gully
thing I rap about I’ve done, I really live Murk single? Do you have children?
this.
Gully Murk:(laughing with a wide
Tika: (nodding) Ok, so what inspired you smile) No I’m not single and yes I do have
to do music? children. I don't have any biological chil-
dren but I do have step children.
Gully Murk: Well I’ve always been into
music, all my life, so why not make money Tika: That's great! Congrats to you also as
from it. a father.
Tika: I agree 100%! So out of all the artist Gully: Thanks!
you've ever heard whose your top 5 favor-
Tika: (smiling) Well Mr. Murk I think we
ite Mc's?
have learned a great bit about you to-
Gully Murk: Well Pac, Biggie, Boosie...I day. Is it anything you would like for the
think those are the main ones. readers to know before we go?
Tika: I figured Boosie would be one I hear Gully: Yea, Yea I would like to say that
the influence in your music. what I speak about in my music is really
my life. A lot of artist rap about what they
Gully Murk: Yea Yea you know I’m a
don't do. I’m not a studio rapper in any
southern rapper and Boosie was big when
way, shape, form, or fashion.
I first started rapping so he's a big inspira-
tion. Tika: So Rich before Rap? In stores now?
Tika: So if I’ve never heard of Gully Murk Gully: Yep, Rich before Rap go get it now!
what song off any of your albums will tell It’s a must hear!

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What is Hip Hop?? Is it just music that we all vibe to? Hip Hop in my eyes has al-
ways been therapy and a way of living. I feel like if you can make it in Charleston, SC
you can make it anywhere. Congratulations to all the Great artist that were voted to
be apart of the very first "GeeChee One Class of Hip-Hop". This small year book will
include Charleston's Seniors, Juniors, Sophomores and Freshmen!
Check out which artists are on the RISE.

MARLY MAR VOTED- MR. STREET CERTIFIED

SONGS: ACT A DONKEY, TAKE CONTROL

ESTIMATED YOUTUBE VIEWS-900,000

MISTA TAYLOR VOTED- KING GO-GETTA


SONGS: SHOOT THE FUCK UP , MIRROR
DANCE

ESTIMATED YOUTUBE VIEWS-900,000

T MAC VOTED- MR ALL WORK NO PLAY

SONGS: DIAMONDS ALWAYS SHINING, ON


MY GRIND

ESTIMATED YOUTUBE VIEWS-50,000

DIRTY DAVE VOTED- MR FLY GUY


SONGS: I GOT A SACK, CAROLINA

ESTIMATED YOUTUBE VIEWS-1,000,000

MEGA BUCKS VOTED- KING DISTINCT

SONGS: TURN HER ON, LAST TIME I CHECK

ESTIMATED YOUTUBE VIEWS-9,000

SHYST RED VOTED- KING EXCLUSIVE

SONGS: FACE DOWN , MIGO

ESTIMATED YOUTUBE VIEWS-1,000,000


FATBOY VOTED- MR. INTENSITY

SONGS: SWAGGA JACKIN, FLEX

ESTIMATED YOUTUBE VIEWS-400,000

YUNG ROME VOTED- KING INFINITY

SONGS: COUNT UP, I CAN'T WAIT

ESTIMATED YOUTUBE VIEWS-700,000

DOE BOY VOTED- MR. COOL

SONGS: AINT SCARED, GEECHIE SLANG


ESTIMATED YOUTUBE VIEWS-10,000

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OSB VOTED- MR. POSITIVE
SONGS: BIRTHDAY GIRL, BAD DAY
ESTIMATED YOUTUBE VIEWS-200,000
BEZZLE VOTED- MR. BUSINESS MAN
SONGS: ANNABELL , ONCE AGAIN (1 OR
2 SONGS?)
ESTIMATED YOUTUBE VIEWS-50,000
SEE VOTED- MR. LOYALTY
SONGS: REMAINS THE SAME, BANDS
ESTIMATED YOUTUBE VIEWS-10,000
PORTBABY VOTED- MR. OUT SPOKEN
SONGS: SHE A RIDER, BLESSINGS
ESTIMATED YOUTUBE VIEWS-80,000
LUCKY LUCIANO VOTED- KING SPEAK-
ER BOX
SONGS: I'M DRIPPN’, EVERY TIME WE
TOUCH
ESTIMATED YOUTUBE VIEWS-11,000
RIZZLE VOTED- KING UNITIFY
SONGS: KAROLINA EVERYTHANG ,
WALK LIKE THIS
ESTIMATED YOUTUBE VIEWS-40,000
SLIM BUBBA VOTED-MR SOCIAL
SONGS: TOO TURN UP, SNATCH MUSIK
ESTIMATED YOUTUBE VIEWS-50,000
KOD VOTED- MR. RAW STYLE
SONGS: HAVE A BALL, CHARLESTON
ESTIMATED YOUTUBE VIEWS-46,000

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BIG D VOTED-KING TURN UP
SONGS-BET YOU WON'T TURN UP,
BUST IT OPEN
ESTIMATED YOUTUBE VIEWS-70,000
BLACKK BOI VOTED-MR DRIPPASTIC
SONGS-GET AWAY, IN THE RAIN
ESTIMATED YOUTUBE VIEWS-20,000
MUGGA MAN VOTED-MR HUMBLE
SONGS-FLEXING,DOING BAD
ESTIMATED YOUTUBE VIEWS-500,000
SKINNY MAN BANG VOTED-KING HYPE
SONGS-NOW I'M HERE, ALL NIGHT
ESTIMATED YOUTUBE VIEWS-5,000
FAST CASH VOTED-MR MARVELOUS
SONGS-NO CROSSING OVA,GETTING IT
ESTIMATED YOUTUBE VIEWS-200,000

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LIL BOO VOTED- KING FRESH

SONGS: ALL MY LIFE , INE TURNING DOWN

ESTIMATED YOUTUBE VIEWS-240,009

MERLOT MAGIK VOTED- MR BEATOMITRIST


SONGS: AMERICAN DREAM, SWEET DESIRES

ESTIMATED YOUTUBE VIEWS-100

LOUWII VOTED-KING BOUNCE

SONGS: EASTER BUNNY, MILEY CYRUS

ESTIMATED YOUTUBE VIEWS-4600

JUST-ICE VOTED- MR HOLLYWOOD

SONGS: DON'T GET IT TWISTED, THREAT

ESTIMATED YOUTUBE VIEWS-6,000


EXTRA GRAM SAM VOTED- KING GALAXY

SONGS: CAROLINA HERO, RAPPING LIKE I MADE


IT

ESTIMATED YOUTUBE VIEWS-25,000

JV VOTED- MR ONE HUNNIT

SONGS: YOU CAN'T HANDLE MY TURN UP,


KNOW BOUT (DOUBT??)

ESTIMATED YOUTUBE VIEWS-30,000

KHADAJ VEGAS VOTED- MR. FLIGHT

SONGS: ECHO, KING

ESTIMATED YOUTUBE VIEWS-100

YOUNG TUNEZ VOTED- CLASS CLOWN

SONGS: BE GOOD, KEEP MOVING

ESTIMATED YOUTUBE VIEWS-884,000

DINERO STAXX VOTED


MR BYANYMEANS
SONGS BRACKETS AND
RIDE

ESTIMATED 20,000
VIEWS

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Mz Skandaluz Songs: Do It Again, Shine On
Estimated YouTube views-4,000
MS SENIOR
Lady Slim Songs: Double Dare, My Situation
Estimated YouTube views-8,400

Mz Rhonda Songs- lemons,


rubber band man
Estimated YouTube views-12,400
MISS SOPHOMORE
Miami Blaize Songs: Firella, I got it
Estimated YouTube views-23,400
MISS FRESHMAN
Lil Tia Songs: They Ain't Ready,
What If
Estimated YouTube views-5,100

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Community Involvement of the Year Neo Soul Artist of the Year
Da Ya Go Nefertiti Brown
Christopher Poppa Smurf Cason
Father to Father Rap Artist of the Year
Natural Social Workers Killa Skip
Sistas Helping Sistas
Rap Female Artist of the Year
Outstanding Teen of the Year Mz. Rhonda
Lil Boo
Lil Tia Best New Artist of the Year
Tyshon Legare Preston Myers
Angel (Baptist Hill HS)
DOA (Dancing on Air) Hip Hop Group of the Year
Lil Rena Juice Gang

HairStylist of the Year Slept on Artist


Michelle Spells Shys Debiocci

Barber of the Year Lyricist of the Year


Quan Da Barber Skinny Man Bang

Poet of the Year Best Recording Studio of the Year


Christene Gretch BCM

Writer of the Year Song of the Year


Kimberly Bowman "Bet You Won't Turn Up" Big D

Cake Decorator of Year Promoter of the Year


Kimberly Johnson Britt Bratt
Resturant of the Year
Nigels Best PromotionTeam
Already Hollywood
MakeUp Artist of the Year
Lanise Milton Top Model of the Year
Fire Red
Musician of the Year
Mike Brown Producer of the Year
Dough Boy Onda Track
Gospel Artist of the Year
F.O.C.U.S.

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Best Female R&B Artist of the Year Mixtape of the Year
Jamilia Nichole "Rico Act" Str8 Drop

R&B Male Artist of the Year DJ of the Year


Suge Da Nastyboy DJ Kub

Clothing Line of the Year Club DJ of the Year


Meshaun Denise DJ Major Boi

Fashion Designer of the Year Slept on DJ of the Year


DKM DJ Quiet Storm

Best Music Video of the Year Graphic Designer of the Year


"My Cup" Gent Jack ft Devin Partick Faazon Graphics

Videographer of the Year Radio Personality of the Year


Kipsy IRepublikan Dj Tantrum (99.3The Box)

Photographer of the Year Best Club/Venue of the Year


ABigT Flick The Ville

Video Vixen of the Year Businessman/Woman of the Year


Iam Ms. Joi JR Burgess

Up Next Model of the Year Performer of the Year


Danielle Coaxum Rizzle

Best Barbershop of the Year Best Social Club of the Year


Trimsetterz Barbershop Certified Elite

Best Beauty Salon of the Year Grinder of the Year


Mane Strandz Hair Studio Britt Bratt

Record Label of the Year Best Host of the Year


20:20 Business Bre aka Legendary

Album of the Year Best Hypeman of the Year


"Paperwork" Dan Yarda Shorty vs. Eliot

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