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Cleveland’s Own Brandyn Armstrong Wins Steve Harvey’s “Funderdome” w/ Studio Stick (Video)

Instagram: @brandynarmstrong Brandyn Armstrong is an entrepreneur from Cleveland who has seen great success in the process of making his dream idea come true. He recently just won Steve Harvey‘s ABC reality show Funderdome; resulting in a $50,000 prize that serves as an investment for his Studio Stick invention. He was recently interview by Cleveland.com. You can read the entire article here to …

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Cassidy King: Cleveland’s Rising Female Vocalist

Twitter: @cassidyyking Listen to Cassidy King’s latest single “Something New” Cassidy King is a young superstar in the making. The Cleveland singer has turned 20 years old as of today. Although her career is just beginning to take off, Cassidy actually entered her first talent show in the 7th grade. She took advantage of the talent shows during her high school career …

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SceneAmatiX’s Favorite Music Videos

Twitter: @SceneAmatiX It seems like there isn’t a local artist who SceneAmatiX hasn’t shot a video for. I’ve been watching this guy before he even knew that shooting videos was his passion. The progress he’s made since way back when has been inspirational, and it has definitely made an impact in the local community by giving artists an option of receiving …

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55Bagz Signs to Yo Gott’s Label CMG

Twitter: @55bagz 55Bagz has been receiving buzz for some time now. As of late, his music has been recognized by a few notable rappers. Bagz posted a photo with Kodak Black 6 days ago on his Instagram. Today, he has announced his signing with Yo Gotti‘s CMG label. The following caption & video are both from his Twitter. Listen to his music …

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Best Of The Land 2015

2015 could have been the biggest year for Cleveland’s hip-hop scene in over a decade. This may seem like a bold claim, but this article will go in depth on explaining why we would make such a statement. There were multiple songs including “Biggie,” “Kyrie Irving,” “iPhone,” and “Til I Die” that easily made their way out of the city …