Hails from Queens, NY and is one-third of the group known as the Lost Boyz. We sat down talked about the Lost Boyz album “Grand Scheme”. And what the plan for his new record label Wonder twin record and signing his new artist “JR” and his new song(Do Something Foolish).
And what he is looking to add new artist to his label. Artist doesn’t have to have a following but just have a style about them and he can work with. And three things that no one knowns about him and three things he need to work on. List to the full interview for what you missed.
Fredro Starr was born in south side Queens where he grew up with the likes of 50 cent, Lost Boyz, JayZ. What I learn from this interview is what took Fredro from the street of Queens to the life of a world famous rapper and a part of the best group ever(Onyx) Fredro spoke about how he met Sticky Fingaz.
The kind of music that been played on the radio have changed over the years and the older general is not on social media as much as the younger generation. And most of the popular music is pushed on social media, instagram, facebook, snapchat and others…
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Patterson Boxing Club
Patterson boxing club started in August of 2015 when Mr Anthony saw a need in the community for more youth program and a way to get kids off the street and teach them structure and way fill the void of a father or a mother.Mr Anthony was able to grow the Gym to point where he had over 120 member that attended the gym. When COVID-19 hit, Mr Anthony struggled like most business but he never gave up on himself, kids and family he serves. After they lifted most of the restriction he was able to reopen the door with only 20 members. But like they said God has a plan for all of us. So he worked hard and with the help God he was able to het his member up to what its was prior to COVID-19.
Patterson Boxing Club is just not boxing you can come and workout with your family and friends. He has ladies workout sessions three times a weeks at a cost of 20 dollars. The gym is a nonprofit so he is always looking for donation, you can reach out to Mr. Anthony at Patterson Club at 32 S Roberts Rd, Highland, NY 12528 and phone 845-430-0082. You can also find more information about the gym on Facebook.
Here our interview with Mr Anthony
Cody Chen Hamlet born the 1st of October 1995 better known by his stage name Trema, is a Dominican artist specializing in the Dancehall/Reggae genre of music.
Hamlet was born in the village of Marigot. He is a past student of the north east comprehensive high school. Trema has been doing music from a very tender age an has always had a great passion for music he began recording officially in the year 2008 with his childhood friend Irv Oozy Antoine.
Who he teamed with to form the musical group FGP(Fingrass productions) which today is now known as (muss buss productions and has released singles such as “Dollaz, Owna Tingz”and soldier”.He has notably collaborated with artists such as Shanice Anxious Christmas and Jovan Basiq Dorsette just to name a few.
“Out of many, one people” is the motto of Jamaica. This saying reflects the country’s unique diversity. It is this said motto, modified, that can also be used to describe the trio – IYAHMEDZ. They are three different personalities, musical styles, and abilities that have collaborated through the love of music. So, “out of many influences, one sound”.
Their unique style, best described as a fusion (though predominantly Dancehall/Reggae), is the result of a lifetime of musical influences. Sprac Don (O’neill Dillon), and NOV-ED (Devon Crosby) grew up in the urban communities of Trench Town (Kingston) and Greenwich Farm (Kingston) respectively, where a rich tradition of music abounds. These were the homes of such greats as Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, and Freddy McGregor, to name a few. They are also influenced by Dancehall greats Buju Banton, Sanchez, and Major Mackerel.
With sheer raw musical talent, the group sets out on their musical journey with the aim to undoubtedly entertain through a mixture of media, preferably on the live stage. One of their short-term goals is to be featured on shows such as Rebel Salute and Reggae SumFest. Life is versatile, and so are their lyrics. They not only seek to entertain but to uplift through a different way of thinking and expression. They explore the emotions associated with life, and not only limit this to their immediate surroundings or experiences. Hence, their sound also packs creativity, versatility, and appeal.
Though they have a long way to go say that they are “angry for the music”; and are aggressively pursuing their ability to make an indelible mark in the Jamaican music space. Collaborations with many young producers, including Jermaine James of Ghetto Bomb Productions, and Miguel White of Intuitive Music have introduced them to a growing audience. With Sea Wata Production’s veteran artist/producer Horace Andy they voiced a project to be released this fall. Their tracks “Shunning”, “Everyday”, “Know You Want Me” and “Have My Child” were released in August 2011. The main single “Shunning” has been generating good reviews through features on television and radio. Their young careers are guided by god and independently.
Check out IYAHMEDZ’s MySpace page, Twitter @iyahmedzmusic, IG @iyahmedzmusic_ent_, Sound Cloud, Reverbnation, or visit them on YouTube and Facebook for further
Information on the artists, as well as happenings.
For bookings, email: email@example.com or call Devon Crosby (Iyahmedz Leader) 1(876) 497-7265
Christopher Thompson, artists name” kriss Jonson”, split from group 4efek in June 2017 and sign as a solo recording contract with Cross The Line Production. A Jamaican pop rock singer-songwriter was born in Kingston Jamaica. Father Cleveland “Melllo.Tee” Thompson, recording artiste and mother Sandra Tapper, Manager / Producer. In 1998 the family moved to Montego Bay St. James, Jamaica where his musical career began. His first musical experience, at the tender age of 11 years old, was singing in the church. He was the youngest member of the choir and he was also the lead singer.
Growing up listening to Michael Jackson, Kriss developed a talent for both singing and dancing. During his high school freshman year, the young artist began building his performance reputation, and came to be known as “Little Michael Jackson”.
Kriss aspired to take his music career to the next level and began performing, whenever he got the opportunity, as a solo artist at small shows to build recognition for himself. In 2010 he was approached by a former teacher to perform at the birthday celebration of a female student. Kriss provided the vocals and was joined by Dale Ellis on the guitar. They serenaded the birthday girl and the audience went wild. The performance was successful and enjoyed tremendously by all attending. After that performance Kriss and Dale joined forces and performed together on multiple shows. That same year Kriss decided, while relaxing, singing and putting harmonies together with a bunch of schoolmates after a performance at Green Pond High School coral service, that it was time to form a group.
The journey began in the year 2010, at Green Pond High School where Christopher (Kriss), who aspired to become a solo artist, was attending a concert with friends. There they combined their vocal talents and began singing together. Kriss liked the sound and blends of harmonies and formed the group called ‘Insanity’. They began performing at various school concerts and functions. Although undergoing several transitions in members the group continued performing while attending high school until 2012. It was now time for graduation from high school but definitely not from this wonderful sound they had developed. They decided to continue performing together after graduation, and the group was renamed “4EFEK”.
In 2014, they received the break that they had been working towards. They recorded “BOYRIEND”, a song of their own with the musical skills, expertise, and guidance of entertainer/Producer Mackie Conscious. “BOYFRIEND”, a POP song, got them some rotation and won them a place on a few prominent shows including Reggae Sunfast 2014 Beach Party, Caribbean Shrimp Festival 2014, and Independence Gala at Sam Sharp Square, where they shared the stage with the likes of Twin of Twins, Mackie Conscious, Prissy G, Sister Skully and other prominent acts.
As the year 2015 approach, it was announcing that 4EFEK will be performing on a numerous amount of shows. To name a few: The Fine Art Exhibition, The Mother’s Day show held in
“4EFEK” is now releasing their EP called “CROSS THE LINE” constructed of three songs on their EP (Cross the line, Dont Wanna Go Home and Boyfriend) produced and Manage by Sandra Tapper & Sean Davis of CROSS THE LINE PRODUCTION (C.T.L.P) in Montego Bay, Jamaica.
His last performance in the name 4Efek, Irwin High School Fun Day May 2017.
Following his departure from 4Efek, Kriss Jonson alluded to the potential of a Solo career, with the release of his first solo song “Bae Back“, release by Cross The Line Production, produced by Sandra Tapper.
During this time “Bae Back” getting a lot of recognition, His first performance at Trelawny Agriculture Festival Show, The Western Country Pageant Show.
In 2019, Kriss Jonson performing Violence Against Crime, in Montego Bay, Festival In A Portmore, Miss Maroon Town Beauty And Pageant Show, Uptown Wednesday, Reggae Yard and Melllo Fm Road Show.
Dure to pandemic team have to cancelled lots of show.
Now he back in studio preparing to launch is first solo EP and preparing for is show Reggae Party And Stage Show.