New Album from Trill Cut -
Get It Now!!!!
New Album from Trill Cut -
Get It Now!!!!
Orlando, FL native, Flawda Baby, is an American hip hop artist, bringing a new flavor of street talk and lyrics to the music industry. One-fourth of the super group Blu Ray, Flawda Baby is making an artistic stand of his own.
Flawda is hard at work with his solo mixtape, “The First 48 - Killers on Assignment” and his first album, “Honor Thy Brother.” Both projects are heavily influenced by the lifestyles of his close friends and family.
“‘Your dreams my occupation, your life my dedication, they hate my motivation.’ This quote extends from different life experiences” Said Flawda “Many people dream about being a artist, but don’t put in the work to develop their skills to a certain level. My dedication really comes from having kids and wanting to see them in a better place than where I came from. My motivation comes from the hate people give. When I hear people say “Flawda wont make it” or “his skills not good enough” it drives me to win. So with that I have to show the haters and its “The First 48-Killers on Assignment.”
With features from Blu Ray, Troy Moon, Sandman, production credits to C4 Boom Squad, Animal Beats, and DJ Fatalities, Flawda Baby is projected to drop late 2013/early 2014. You can follow his movement at https://soundcloud.com/i_am_flawda
There’s been a lot of anticipation for Trill Cut to deliver something special after the release of #MoneyDreams ─ and he delivers, again!
Underground Sounds is Trill Cut’s new, full-spectrum project that takes you on a ride where you’ve never been before ─ The Underground.
“Underground Sounds is for the real fans of hip hop and is an ice-breaker into my life,” said Trill Cut. “Love is like music ─ a universal language ─ and Underground Sounds is the bridge between the two.”
With soulful lyrics backed up on dope rap beats, Trill Cut is paving the lane of Hip Hop Soul. On songs like “Rush Hour” and “#BreakUp Song,” he brings you into his world, filled with the deep guitar melodies and heavy southern bass hip hop heads have come to know and love; all the while keeping song concepts realistic and humble. Trill Cut gives listeners relatable content with a message.
"#BreakUp Song” was my attempt to do something different from my normal vibe,” stated Trill Cut. “I want people to connect with something real from my life and use the message for growth. I want listeners to party with me and learn to not be in sorrow about the ups and downs of love. It’s only for the moment!"
Underground Sounds has features from J-Real (Kansas) on “#JustDoIt,” Hollow Brown (Atlanta) on “Lie2Me,” and Mardy Gilyard (Florida) on the strip club anthem “$hawty Bad.”
"I didn’t have a lot of features because I wanted to talk about certain topics close to my heart. I didn’t really get my group on this either because I didn’t want to confuse the Blu Ray sound with what I was shooting for with this project; although the track “onGrind” has a big Blu Ray influence. The album is done. Right now I’m just laying the platform and showing people the light before I show them my complete vision,"said Trill Cut.
At the suggestion of a Major League Baseball player, Bunnell’s Eric Williams started a Flagler mentoring foundation for kids.
Growing up, 23-year-old Bunnell native Eric Williams spent almost every afternoon at the Carver Gym. Today, he cites the center and its volunteers as the inspiration for his own philanthropic work, which will kick off locally as the Fearless Leaders program, Jan. 31, when he makes a presentation to a business class at Flagler Palm Coast High School.
The presentation will be followed by Tuesday/Thursday after-school mentor sessions at the school, which he envisions spreading throughout the district, to raise the county’s graduation rate, as well as the number of those who go on to college.
“Goals will be a big thing,” Williams said. Through the program, he plans to help students with their homework and SAT prep, offer achievement incentives, help with college applications, raise money for trips and, most of all, be a positive presence in students’ lives.
“I’m younger. I’ve been through it,” he said. “Most people don’t want to talk to someone (they) can’t relate to. … I can relate to them.”
It was at Carver Gym where Williams first met “Pop,” a volunteer from the neighborhood who liked his swing and encouraged him to play baseball. Pop also took Williams and others on field trips, to Daytona Cubs and Orlando Magic games.
These trips, Williams says, changed his whole point of view.
“I was just always into sports, and sports and sports,” Williams said, citing participation in basketball, football, baseball and soccer leagues. “I always used sports as my way of not being on the streets.”
But in school, his test scores started suffering. He had a 2.2 grade point average, and he remembers one of his high school coaches sitting him down and telling him that if he wanted to play college ball, he better improve.
By graduation, William’s GPA was up to 3.5. His freshman year in college, he batted .374, a team high.
“The friends I started with — I’m only friends with one of them now,” he continued. “They’re all in jail, or did drugs. And that’s not the road I wanted to go down. … It’s a choice. I made a choice not to be out doing those types of activities.”
At college, in Tampa and then West Palm Beach, Williams began volunteering for weekend youth leagues and as a campus guide/mentor. During one weekend session, Minnesota Twins centerfielder Denard Span, who was also volunteering, watched Williams encourage a younger player to continue with the piano, even though his friends told him it was cooler to play football.
He suggested Williams start a youth foundation.
“There’s going to be doubters no matter what anybody does,” Williams told the kid. “So just be you.”
That’s the push behind the Fearless Leaders program. It’s not enough these days to graduate high school, he added. “You need to care (about college),” he said, so that you can go on to do something substantial, to be your own boss.
“Whatever it is you want to do, you want to be the owner of it,” he said.
Fresh out of college, Williams took a job at a Dairy Queen. Today, he’s working independently as a salesman for LINX2Funds, a nonprofit subsidiary of 5LINX, the telecommunications/energy provider.
He has been helping out in Flagler Palm Coast High’s extracurriculars and will start working with the school’s principal next week to iron out the logistics of his program.
Set goals, improve yourself, take control — that’s Williams’ message.
“I’m just a normal kid, just like the (students) are. My GPA was 2.2. I didn’t have any guidance, no goals. … But you can change that, and transform it into something good,” he added. “Step up to the plate right now. Get this done.”
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Break Up muzik for the summer!
Play this in the strip club!