- Editor-in-Chief of The Hype Magazine
Editor-in-Chief of award winning publication, "The Hype Magazine." Established in 2002, The HYPE Magazine is headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana. H.Y.P.E. stands for "How You Perceive Everything." It is designed to provide its patrons with relevant entertainment, music news, eye-catching consumer ads, and music reviews of their favorite established entertainers; while spotlighting independent artists seeking to gain greater exposure. The Hype Magazine is a nationally and internationally distributed quarterly print publication, distributed in the United States and outlying territories, Europe and Asia. Print editions are available at major and independent retailers like Wal-Green's, Barnes and Noble, Target, K-Mart, 7-11 as well as airports, newsstands, convenience stores and gas stations. In 2015 The Hype Magazine took top honors at the SCM Awards in the "Artistic Category" as "Magazine Publication of the Year," the outlets first major award. Specialties: Urban marketing campaigns, new media, media buying, direct marketing, press release writing, event coordination and promotion, press kits, contract review, news article creation
- music industry, pr, journalism, music writing / blogging, music journalism, music reviews
- hip-hop, soul, indie rock, metal, edm, music, dubstep, country, grime, instrumental hip-hop, film / video
Really enjoyed the storyline and musical arrangement. Time DOES move along without us really noticing. Haunting goodbye story but an awesome celebration of the good times in life. 4/5 for me and I'd add this to my playlist sure thing.
I was hooked at the opening bell on this one! You are so right in the fact that "...the truth isn't fu*king shared..." many are lost as to what to do as individuals. Great call to action as we need to band together to stop the "...monster..." from running the way it does now. Sonically the track is amazing, great intervals and changes, lyrical missiles dripping with emotion yet not a hopeless vein...love it.
Awesome sonics and a great story. Love the message about owning your own home, not many speak on this level with their music lately. While not the single I'd add to my playlist, definitely an album cut that makes the project whole. Well done!
Not bad for a one-taker! Love the concept and yes vocals needed to be boosted as drummer was smashing!!! Bass player might have kept drummer more on point as in his runs he kinda got a bit off but overall the punctuation was good. I enjoyed the changes and intervals very much and I'll bet with a good mix and boosted vocals this song jams.
Amazing collection of songs. Love the metal edge...I used to ride out on convoy in Afghanistan to Nonpoint "Bullet With A Name" and the like. Your music is speaking for a lot of us who did damage elsewhere only to find out we'd been lied to as we witness the same garbage back here at home. Musically, great arrangement, the diversity in vocal timbre puts just the right emphasis and I enjoyed how the vocals were separate yet melded into the sonic dynamics. Looking forward to more from you!
Anytime the sax is added to an arrangement it makes it extra special. Love the vocals, perfect timbre to accompany the production. Had to laugh at the reality of the story...If I had a dolla!!! That's too real. Imp it for radio and this could probably get mad love.
Lookout Bruno here comes Cult Fantastic! Fun Funky and yet full of #Truth...only great things to say about this joint and the video...I featured this in The Hype Magazine Video Gallery: https://www.thehypemagazine.com/videogallery/cult-fantastic-screens-official-music-video/ Cheers!
Amazing joint. Well arranged and the lyrical delivery melded perfectly with the music bed. There is slick wordplay worthy of an emcee and then the direct in your face references such as The Rosa Parks interval. Great use of timbre and intonation giving this a slightly dark undertone. 4/5 for me and something I can see on a platform like The Hype Magazine