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Plug Star’s official interview w/ artist Da Real Nino



What was the first piece of music that you bought for yourself and what was the medium?
It’s been so long ago that I really can’t remember the first project I bought. I would say it was one of The Carter albums on CD. Lil Wayne is one of my greatest inspirations

What’s at the top of your professional bucket list?
I have a lot of goals when it comes to my music. At the top of my professional bucket list would have to be receiving a Grammy for my music and a feature with Lil Wayne and/or Future.

How did your hometown/city shape who you are?
I was born in Indianapolis, IN but raised in Mobile, AL. Both have shaped me into the man that I am today. The greatest lesson I learned from my parents and surroundings was to never underestimate anybody. Regardless of circumstances, anybody can do whatever they put their minds to when life gets real.

What’s the last song you listened to?
My playlist is very versatile. I listen to alot of artists both independent and major. The last song was probably Allegations by Big 30 & Pooh Shiesty.

If you could see any artist in concert dead or alive who could it be?
If I could see any artist perform in concert, it would have to be Tupac. Just watching his videos and the movie, his energy was always crazy. I know that would be a dope concert.

What’s one thing that even your most devoted fans don’t know about you?
One thing my devoted fans may not know about me is that I dropped out of college and stopped my pursuit of playing in the NFL to do music. I had to really show and prove to myself, my parents and my fans that music is my true passion. I give my music 150% and work everyday on my craft.

If you were not a musician, what would you be?
If I was not a musician, I would definitely be pursuing entrepreneurial ventures. I see myself being a real-estate mogul at some point in my life.

Tell us about your latest single? When is your video releasing?
My first and latest single is Turn Up. It was released on August 15, 2020. The response was crazy. I received a plaque from DRT and got great feedback from the DJ Coalitions. The video is a real movie and was released on October 16, 2020. I am the Certified Coalition DJs ATL artist so the song is playing in a lot of clubs in Atlanta and Alabama for sure.

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Dr. EnQi in Real Time VS Brian McKnight Jr.



This is the craziest beef to hit Social Media. Ali Vegas and Dr. EnQI have been accused of calling for the death of Lil Nas X by Brian McKnight Jr. The altercation began over a simple DMX post on Dr. EnQi’s Instagram page that escalated to a full-blown social media war…tap in! If you value Fatherhood you must view the video above. (Shared by Felipe Stokes)

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New Artist to Watch : Roxanne Luciano – “Whole Lotta Ass”



Roxanne Luciano’s new Caribbean fused hip-hop single “RichRich” is out now. Rising to Fame, Luciano comes from a family of entertainers. Growing up in the music business, Luciano has met and worked with reputable artists across all genres. Staying true to herself, this dynamic artist has crossed over barriers and is killing the scene. So much so, the legendary Tony Mercedes, who’s career total sales excede over 80 million units is the driving force behind new comer Roxanne Luciano.

Tell us a little about yourself.
My name is Roxanne Luciano, I was born in Atlanta and raised in Los Angeles. I am 25 years old and pursuing my dreams in the music industry I also have done a bit of modeling and am also studying for a degree in Business Management.

When did you first fall in love with music, and how long have you been actively pursuing your dreams in music?
I’ve been in love with music all of my life. Whether its Rap, Hip Hop, R&B, Rock, etc, music has always been a passion to me. I come from a musical family. Music is therapy to me. Music has always been a passion of mine, but I have always been so afraid to let anyone hear me, but now I feel I’m ready to actually allow the world to see me in that light.

What differentiates you from other artists?
I am who I am and that is just that. I have always lived my life being raw, rich in spirit and rebellious. I’m not trying to be like anyone else other than me.

Are there any artists currently or before you that musically inspire you? If so, who and why?
There are definitely artists before me that inspire me such as Timbaland, Missy Elliot, Lil Kim, Lil Wayne, MIA, Santigold, I can keep going on. As far as current goes, I honestly have to give that inspiration to the ladies because right now in this era, the Queens are all shinning in their own light.

What motivates you in and out of the booth?
I think the motivation just comes from a place of genuine passion. The motivation comes from me wanting to put my voice out into the world and in the studio, I am allowed to do that and I can open up and be myself without being afraid. That’s my motivation, fighting my own fears.

What are three things about you that would shock the public?
1. I am also working on a food business.

2. I am extremely shy.

3. I wish I could clone myself. lol

What do you feel you contribute to the culture as an artist?
I feel that I contribute something that is not seen enough, in my opinion especially being a woman. I feel like I can contribute not only a place for rapping but also a place for singing and just expressing myself in so many different ways musically.

What’s next for you musically?
Musically I want to hit any and every avenue that I can. I don’t just want to be labeled as one genre type artist. I want to channel outlets that I never thought I could in this industry.

How can those looking to book you make contact?
Anyone who is looking to book me can contact my manager at

How can we keep up with you?
I honestly plan to be all over the place so I just hope y’all will be able to keep up! =) As of now you can find me on IG @officialroxanneluciano, twitter and more coming soon.

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