From behind the wall of a New York correctional facility incarcerated prison entrepreneur Chad L Richards self publishes his first periodical, BGE Magazine. BGE stands for Born Greedy Entertainment which he founded back in 2001 at Franklin Correctional Facility while serving time with Max B, Hell Rell & Syhem The Rugged Child.
The uniqueness of his publication is that it also focuses on how to encourage male and female inmates to become entrepreneur. But already the system has been trying to shut Mr. Richard’s magazine down by now allowing him to receive a copy of his own magazine stating that due to the fact he’s a ward of the state Mr. Richard’s can not own and operate a business (yet he can sweep and mop floors for .10 cents an hour).
But as always Mr. Richards will continue to travel his own path and march to his own beat while still bring you hot & exclusive interviews and great articles.
What’s also interesting is that BGE Magazine allows inmates who are authors to submit their work to possibly be published in a future issue of BGE Magazine. The only requirements of the inmate is to have the talent to write a complete book within 25 pages and submit the book once it’s complete. BGE will then create the cover, and publish the book in the upcoming issue of BGE if selected.
On that note go out, show support and check out the premiere issue of BGE Magazine today!
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A Dreamer in Action, An Artist, Musician, and CEO of ClubSicc’s. Lil Sicc is kicking down the industry doors with the intent to WIN. Sicc’s sick work ethic has him consistently creating great content, opening a plethora of businesses and open door opportunities for many talents within his full entertainment production team.
Lil Sicc brings the Flavors from Texas chant, hip hop, grunge pop to party music, and anything that hits. From his acoustical talents, vocal skills, to music production he brings the heat and most of all originality. Lil Sicc drops Big Flavor
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Digga Famous knows that in the rap game you must flood the streets to get your name out there. When you're first coming up, you need to prove you are desperate to take over the music industry. This is especially the case when you represent the culture and your city. After amicably losing his verified Instagram account, Digga Famous sent us the visual to “cheap talk” the street song was dropped off last year but recently sent to us. Back in November 2019 Houston Texas rapper, Digga Famous lost access to his verified account and currently using @diggafamous after losing access to his verified Instagram @digga_famous
Though, Digga Famous have dropped off several singles from “what you have”, “don’t want beef” and decently “cause I’m balling” on January 23 2020.
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Do you believe in “Hidden Gems” or “Diamonds in the rough” ? Well, just about 25 minutes northwest of Chicago, their is an up and coming rap duo making a whole lot of noise, and they show no signs of slowing up. The buzz is real, and deservingly spreading everyday.
Meet Dolo Blues (Markee Prude-Williams) @doloblues & JustTheOtherDay (Robert Smith Jr.) @justtheotherday AKA, CGE, (Formally known as "Clout Godz")
“Me, my brother Jaleel and Rob (JTOD) played on the same football team” says Dolo Blues. “We got cool with Rob like the first day of practice. He was always cracking jokes and dancing , just a cool dude. Rob started coming through the crib and he just never left(starts laughing). He comes to the family reunions and everything, that’s bro”
The group started making a name for themselves around April of 2017. Around this time they released their first song and video as a duo, called “Said & Done”. At this point, the locals were on alert and soon after, everyone was talking about them.
“We basically made the music scene in our local area, or at least we changed it in a major way” says JTOD. “Before CGE, no one had professional videos, or an image or brand of any kind. Ni**az was just rapping and putting it on SoundCloud. Nobody had any buzz or fans, nobody was doing shows or nothing. We started all of that. It’s so many local rappers trying to copy what we’ve done and we ain’t even made it yet. They even copy our mistakes” laughs JTOD. “It’s all a sign that we’re trendsetters, but it’s all love. We want everybody to win, no cap” he says.
CGE is definitely in a lane of their own. The sound is unique and just different from anything that’s out in the industry, but yet it still “fits”. The duo has performed in hundreds of shows from Chicago to LA, Atlanta, Minnesota, and Detroit just to name a few. They take pride in their stage show and it shows in every live performance.
In the music, you will hear very catchy melodies, dope cadences and subjects ranging from relationship issues and designer clothes to life struggles and turning up.
2020 stands to be a big year for CGE. So far through March, the group has released two new singles and one music video. With a heavy release schedule set for the remainder of 2020 and over 14 performances already booked(as of March 2020), this dynamic duo is sure to have an amazing year.
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19-year old rapper/singer TK Royale was born Thunder Katsumi Prince in Brooklyn, NY. After losing her parents in a tragic car accident at the age of 3, Thunder was raised by the Japanese grandmother she was named after, who would eventually pass away from stomach cancer in the Spring of 2018.
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