PR: Boxer BJ Flores Featured in Easy McCoy's "Say It Ain't So" Video
Courtesy of Big Machine Media.
New York, NY – (August 2011) – After an impressive victory over Nick Iannuzzi in his home state of Missouri that awarded him two national titles, champion boxer BJ Flores proved that it is possible to overcome the naysayers and make dreams become reality.
The Northwest based Liquid Assets Recordz rapper Easy McCoy (formerly known as Soul P), a close personal friend of Flores, is no stranger to adversity himself. Growing up on the rough side of Seattle, it took several stints in jail and a relocation to Oregon before Easy got his musical career off the ground. It is only fitting that Flores was recently featured in Easy McCoy's music video for "Say It Ain't So" – a song about rising above the people that hold us back.
Easy McCoy is an artist on the rise who recently caught the attention of AOL Music and will be premiering his new video for #IMONTHAT as the AOL Video of the Day on Monday, August 8th. It will also be offered as a free download on Liquid Assets' website http://liquidassetsempire.com/records/ as a thank you to his fans for their continued support. Flores and McCoy will be collaborating again in early August, making the most of a time when both careers are on the rise.
MP3: Kevin Pistol f/ Jayo Felony - "Get Ya House Hit"
From J Melo.
Kevin Pistol has been making noise lately with his two singles "Reppin' for the West" featuring Snoop Dogg and "Show It On Ya' Face" featuring Bun B; both tracks have videos featuring the respected west coast and down south legends, totaling hits of over half a million views combined.
Today, Kevin unleashes another cut off his forthcoming "iThoughts" album featuring west coast emcee Jayo Felony, "Get Ya House Hit."
Artist: Kevin Pistol Song: Get Ya House Hit! Feat: Jayo Felony Prod: VANZ Beats Album: iThoughts
Pittsburgh emcee Jasiri X pays tribute to his elder and mentor on “Harry Belafonte”, produced by Wandering Worx labelmate DaiN. "He's the standard when it comes to artists using their fame and wealth to bring about social change," says Jasiri of Belafonte. "Mr. Belafonte will go down in history as a freedom fighter that was unafraid to risk his career to speak out on behalf of the poor and oppressed. I'm striving to live up to his great example."