After winning the award for top podcast female at the Hip Hop fraternity awards in March 2022. Kayla is proving she is setting herself apart from others. She is showing that the underdog can win when they’re talented. Her show is the top show for giving upcoming artists who have a buzz or recently signed a chance to be heard. Many others are chasing behind celebrities to hear the same story that has been told hundreds of times. Kayla is getting their story 1st before their rise to fame. Her show is for the people! The everyday person on their way to work. The mom who is making breakfast for her kids, wanting to get the weekly 411. Or the truck drivers who drive on the road and want to laugh and keep up. There are segments for everyone, no matter the race or age.
Growing up with such a creative gene, Kayla, like many rising stars, never knew she had a future doing it. It wasn’t until college doing a script writing class, Kayla’s professor recommended she blog, or get into media. Many of Kayla’s teachers would mention how great she was at writing, designing, and public speaking. Taking it into consideration, Kayla started her blog in 2015 called “Just Like You”. It was about fashion, relationships, and girl talk. By 2016 Kayla became the media personality she is today, Kayla Got The 411. She grew into entertainment news and her brand was buzzing with traffic. Her break-out post was called
“Good Girl Done Wrong-Jordin Sparks ex Sage The Gemini caught on audio”
www.kaylagotthe411.com/2016/02/good-girl-done-wrong-jordin-sparks-ex.html. Thousands came to the website to hear the audio that Kayla could get 1st.
By 2018, Kayla took her voice to the podcast world. This was when Kayla’s outspoken personality shined. She created segments like What’s The 411 giving her take on pop culture news, and Whopping Wednesday still talking girl talk topics. People in the podcast network noticed Kayla because of her graphic design work, she designs herself. Nobody was doing it like Kayla. Not just talking, but making sure her shows were unique. Right before the pandemic, Kayla turned her show into an official talk show called Kayla Got The 411. What now more segments like What’s Good, What’s The Reaction, What’s Your Story. With a monetized website, podcast, and talk show on YouTube, Kayla is proving why she is the HBIC of her operation. Over 500,000 people watch or listen to her because she is the producer, videographer, graphic design, and personality. She is the next big Media Personality. Furthermore, she has the personality, the charm, and the ability to create her own show without the backing of a network.
Check Out Smook Pearson
Smook Pearson, aka Fat Smook, was born and raised in Jackson, Tennessee, on the impoverished Eastside.
Smook Pearson has been in the streets since he was 13 or 14 years old, living the street life, which landed him behind bars a few times. No matter the adversities he faced, Smook never lost his love for rap and the hip-hop culture. He started writing poetry at an early age and became influenced by artists such as Scarface, Tupac, UGK, 8 Ball & MJG, Notorious B.I.G., DMX, and Nas, to name a
few. After seeing his poetry turn into physical forms of music, Smook started turning his poetry into rap songs, which birthed Smook Pearson, aka Fat Smook.
Smook’s music is raw and authentic. You can see the city of Jackson, Tennessee, through his songs.
Some have said his songs are a soundtrack of the city. Smook is currently signed to One Ten Music.
Heres His Latest Video
Check Out The New Album Droppin On February 25th On All Streaming Platforms
And Check Out One Ten Music
DMV Hip Hop Artist Young Wyse Delivers “Drill On Em” Visuals
Young Wyse, a celebrated DMV Hip Hop artist releases the official video for “Drill On Em.” The record hits heavy with punchy arrangements and trembling bass, which sets the tone and theme. Through in-your-face bars, Wyse proclaims how he handles sh*t talkers. In the video we see his crew backing him and rocking his brand from shirts to flags. Press play on the video to see what happens when Wyse snaps.
JLC Announces Transition Into Conscious Hip Hop With “Apostle” Single
CEO of A.A.G. Records & established Hip Hop artist JLC announces his transition into conscious Hip Hop with his new single titled “Apostle.” He takes a step back from his signature style and flow to focus on motivating others through his lyrical potency, and he does just that in “Apostle.” The record serves as a testament to his life and all his experiences alogn the way. His gripping performance resonates throughout the record, press play to be part of JLC’s transition.
“With this single, I am transitioning from regular Hip Hop to a more positive type of Hip Hop music answering my call to God. This track is based on a true story of events in my life.” – JLC.
“Apostle” is out now on all streaming platforms.
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