Archive for the ‘Entertainment’ Category

(VIDEO) Da Breadman – “Ima Buy It”

Tuesday, July 18th, 2017

Bravado and intent are two of Da Breadman’s staunchest qualities – and they come together in the visuals for his song “Ima Buy It”.

The Houston, Texas native lets us know in his video that if there’s something he wants, he’s going to get it.

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(VIDEO) Da Breadman ft. Bigg Third – “Southside”

Tuesday, July 18th, 2017

Da Breadman’s back, this time with visuals for his song “Southside”, which features Bigg Third


(VIDEO) Da Breadman x Sauce Walka – “Whip It”

Tuesday, July 18th, 2017

Two of Houston’s most prolific artists, Breadman and Sauce Walka, come together to floss on this dope track, with even doper visuals.

“Whip It” is the new anthem for the streets!

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(NEW VIDEO) Creole King – “Flower”

Tuesday, July 18th, 2017

Rising Neo-Soul star Creole King just dropped the visuals to his single “Flower”.

Known for being one of the most inspirational and creative modern day music artists and songwriters, Creole King has a style that is unrivaled in that his music is traditional, yet influential and is helping to reshape the sound of today’s fusions.

Creole King visualizes “Flower” as being one of many songs that cultivates a genuine and organic connection with male and female fans alike, particularly those in the 25-45 age bracket. His mission through his art is to restore belief in the power of love and to show that vulnerability is a strength, when properly channeled. He also seeks to evoke thought through the use of resonant lyrics and imagery. He works tirelessly to achieve those goals and has been quite successful in branding himself as a sought-after performer and songwriter.

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Singer Ariee releases new single and video I.O.W.U.

Tuesday, July 11th, 2017

Colorful, creative, and compelling are three words that describe New Orleans singer/ songwriter Ariee. She’s back with a new single and video “I.O.W.U.”, an acronym for I Only Want You. The intriguing pop     single is produced by Dappa of Fresh Music Group and it accentuates Ariee’s creative freedom and carefree persona. “I had a lot of fun making this video not only because I  got to play in paint but because I got to be myself in front of the camera making the music that I like. Carefree, quirky, and fun,” says Ariee to her fans and Heat Magazine readers.


Dappa has been busy performing, writing, and producing. He told the Heat that Ariee is an artist that confirms that there is more than hip hop within the Fresh Music Group circle.

I.O.W.U. is available at Apple Music, Google Play, Spotify, and other digital outlets.

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Migos Kicked off Delta Flight, Claim Racial Profiling

Friday, July 7th, 2017

Migos got thrown off a Delta flight because the group is black, so claims the group’s manager.

Source: Migos Kicked off Delta Flight, Claim Racial Profiling

Lil Cali Aka Pachino drops Bigger Than Nino; Lands on Top 100 Rap Albums

Wednesday, July 5th, 2017

Louisiana native Lil Cali aka Pachino releases a star studded album,”Bigger Than Nino”. The album features Angie Stone, Juvenile, Lloyd, Kevin Gates, Mouse, Ray Vicks, Hot Boy Turk, Tyree Neal, Level, Mista Cain, Spitta, Young 22, and the young upcoming Team Toon.

At the inception of his release, Cali swiftly reached #71 on the Top 100 albums on ITunes. It appears it will continue to climb. The Heat Magazine wanted to fill our readers in on the latest and greatest from Cali.

Cali aka Pachino recalls life experiences throughout the album and entertains listeners with fresh beats and catchy rhymes. “Bigger Than Life” featuring Juvenile and Mouse and “Money On The Wood” featuring Angie Stone accentuate the need to enjoy life in an unapologetic fashion.

“Any Many Miny Moe” serves as an infectious club banger featuring Mouse and Level. This will be a Louisiana and surrounding area favorite. Additionally, Cali and Lloyd sway the ladies with a grown and sexy offering “In Your Life” as they inform the women of their interest in them.

Cali and Team Toon

On a serious note, Cali and Team Toon address the ebb and flow struggle on “I’m The One” within our inner city neighborhoods and the effort it takes to survive. A new visual is coming soon.

Of course Cali keeps it street with “Suppose to Shine” featuring Kevin Gates, “Gangsta” featuring Mista Cain, Straight Thuggin’ feat Hot Boy Turk, “Cocaine Crazy” featuring Ray Vicks, “Keep It G” featuring Spitta, “Life I Live” featuring Tyree Neal, and “All Of Em” featuring Young 22.

Be sure to download or stream “Bigger Than Nino” on Apple Music, Spotify, and more. The Heat Magazine would like to congratulate our homie on his latest installment and success.

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Friday, June 23rd, 2017

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[MUSIC VIDEO] G.U.N. – “Caution” | @GunMusic40

Saturday, June 17th, 2017

Dallas Rapper, G.U.N. delivers a message in latest video, “Caution”


Some time ago, it has been said that “The world is not ready for some people when they show up”. This holds true for the rap artist Christopher James aka G.U.N. who was raised in the Dallas area with Memphis roots infused with hip-hop. Instead of hanging out with his peers, music of all genres became his outlet by the age of 14. Diligently, James has developed a unique perspective on life and we know it as ”Geeked Up Music”.


G.U.N., an acronym for “Geeked Up Nigga”, is an artist who brings an energy unmatched to the forever evolving world of rap, and influenced artistically by groups such as; Guerrillas and Linkin Park.  G.U.N. audiences tend to be as diverse as his musical inspirations. Hip Hop Culture influences range from Eminem, Biggie Smalls, Lil Wayne, all the way to Meek Mill during his battle rap era.



Through this exposure to quality music, G.U.N decided to embrace “Rap” as a serious career path in his early twenties. Using his lyrics as a means to touch people, he expresses his goal to make songs that people can relate to. Recognized as one of an elite of the Dallas sound, G.U.N has built respect among the new era of young rap stars.  


G.U.N recently tapped into those relationships and has released the Johnny Cage remix featuring Jxmmi (Rae Sremmurd). The original version topping over 160k SoundCloud listens by word of mouth.


There will always be room for innovative artists like G.U.N. keeping the hip-hop game alive. So make sure you’re on the radar – when this geeked up music is presented to the world.

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Featured Artist: Yoson Tala | @YOSONTALA

Thursday, June 15th, 2017

Gary Native Yoson Tala breaks through the Hip-Hop Music Barrier


Growing up on the streets of Gary, In., you must live by the code or die by the code.

Keith Stone (later known as Yoson Tala) wanted to beat all odds. With Yoson growing up on the streets of Gary, he eventually knew that something had to give. Growing up, Yoson always had a love for music but it wasn’t until his freshman year in high school is when he fell “in love” with music. Watching and listening to kids rap on his lunch break fueled something inside Yoson. His cousin owned an independent label (S.G.P. Records) and that’s where Yoson started his craft. When Yoson is asked “what music influences him?”, he often refers to the “label cliques” such as “Cash Money”, No Limit and the “Ghetto Boyz”. He uses them as an answer because he knew that “ghetto based” people like them can make it with music. Yoson got so inspired by those “cliques” that he later formed one of his own…. The T.A.L.A Nation (To All Loyal Affiliates). Yoson credits Nas as being his most influential person in the industry to him. To him, Nas was telling his story of survival in the hood all while having style and discussing topics with meaning.

“Hip Hop is a couple of elements that comes from back in the days…that feel of music with an urgency that speaks to you. It speaks to your livelihood and its’ not compromised. It’s blunt. It’s raw, straight off the street from the beat to the voice to the words” ~Nas

Witnessing how his city of Gary was ruining lives with the violence in the streets, Yoson ended up moving to London, England for a year, so he could put his all into his music. Music gave him a way to express himself with all the pain that he had bottled up in his soul. “I didn’t choose

“I didn’t choose music, music chose me”- Yoson

Yoson makes his Imprint on the Entertainment Industry

In London, he found the much-needed peace that he wanted so he could focus what God had in store for him. Throughout his career thus far, Yoson has made a couple of solo mixtapes…” Storytellers volume 1&2” and “Indiana to England”. In 2016, he released an album called “Kreation”  on Itunes. Currently, he is working on pushing his single, “Bond Money” from the current album “Mr. Robot”. In the meantime, you can check out his arsenal of YouTube and Vevo.

With his rising success in music, Yoson had had the privilege to open for major acts such as Wiz Khalifa, Sage the Gemini, Lil Wayne, Migos, Drake and Big Sean…the list goes on and on. He also performed on the “Carnival, “Essex”, “ SXSW” and “Lovebox” stages. Yoson has been seen on the hit tv show “Bad Girls Club Season 10 Atlanta” and has been cast as an extra on ‘The Chi” and “Chicago Fire”. Also, he is currently preparing himself as a featured headliner alongside Silkk The Shocker (and a slew of others) for the 2017 summer tour “Go Hard or Go Home He just finished a show with MMG’s own Gun Play in Miami, Fl. Yoson is also a featured artist for THE HYPE MAGAZINE “Voice of the Midwest”.

“If you wake up deciding what you want to give versus what you’re going to get, you become a more successful person.”- Russell Simmons

At the end of the day, there is no stopping Yoson Tala. He believes that
through hard work and dedication, he can be the next Kendrick Lamar or J. Cole. Be sure to follow him on all social media circuits to stay in tune with his movement.

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