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[NEW MUSIC] T BARZ – “TWO WAY” | @TBARZZZ

Friday, June 22nd, 2018

BSE Recording Artist, T Barz makes a comeback with debut single, “Two Way”

 

 

Born and raised in Mobile Alabama, Felecia Nichole Tunstall musically known as T Barz realized her gift of writing in 2009 when she started writing poems which turned into a spoken word that she performed at local functions. Within the past five years, Barz has gotten more in tune with turning her spoken words into musical pieces. She is overall multi-talented with paid skills in acting and dancing with styles in Hip Hop and Lyrical.

T Barz is a triple threat with a strong work ethic. Her lyrics speak on her life experiences in music, hip-hop, love, personal struggles, and victories. Her message is both powerful and confident. This past fall, T Barz released her debut single, “Flexin” to great success topping the Rap/Hip-hop charts at #1 for (3) consecutive weeks.

The moment I heard the track, I fell in love with the beat and immediately, I knew that I wanted to tell a story….a story that’s easy to follow
“TWO WAY” from chart-topping female hip-hop recording artist, T BARZ.  “Two Way” was written and produced by T BarzLou Humphrey, and Jasmon Joyner and will be available via all download and streaming outlets via the BSE Recordings imprint.  T BARZ’ debut EP, “Genesis” will be released later this summer.
 “I was on Facebook one day and saw a post of a guy that mentioned, “women always crying when a guy does them wrong or cheat on them, just do it back!” & I was like hmmm, ok that’s my storyline….a woman playing the game right back instead of curling into a ball and crying,” “It’s a boss move that women rarely make or have the strength to do, so I made it happen in a song.
This past fall, T BARZ generated national buzz as her single, “Flexin'” became the #1 Hip-hop/Rap single on Amazon.com and Apple Music for (3) consecutive weeks.  On Sunday, July 1st, T Barz will take New York City by storm as she rips the SOB’s stage as the opening act for The Money In The Bank North American Tour featuring Smoke DZA and Bodega Bamz.
T Barz
Chart-topping Female Hip-hop Recording Artist
#1 Hip-hop/Rap Single for (3) Consecutive Weeks on Apple Music and Amazon Music – “Flexin”
 
#1 Hip-hop/Rap Single for (2) Weeks on Amazon Music and Apple Music – “Dunno Why”
 
Kicked-off HipHopDX.com’s new Freestyle Series #DXBarExam to rave reviews
 
Debut EP, “GENESIS” Releasing Summer 2018
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‘Dirty Bastard’ beer banned in Alabama

Sunday, April 22nd, 2012

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — You can buy Fat Bastard wine in Alabama, but you’ll have to go elsewhere for Dirty Bastard beer.

A bottle of Dirty Bastard Beer sits on a table in Mobile, Ala., Thursday, April 19, 2012. The state alcoholic beverage control agency said Thursday it has banned the sale of Dirty Bastard beer in the state because of the profanity on its label. Beer and wine are commonly sold in grocery and convenience stores and anyone can see the labels, so staff members rejected the brand because parents may not want young people to see rough language on the shelves, said Bob Martin, an attorney with the Alabama Alcoholic Beverage Control Board. (AP Photo/Debbie Lord, Mobile Press Register)

The state alcoholic beverage control agency said Thursday it has banned the sale of that brand of beer in the state because of the profanity on its label.

Beer and wine are commonly sold in grocery and convenience stores and anyone can see the labels, so staff members rejected the brand because parents may not want young people to see rough language on the shelves, said Bob Martin, an attorney with the Alabama Alcoholic Beverage Control Board.

“That’s the whole reason for the rule, to keep dirty pictures and dirty words away from children,” he said. “Personally, I believe the staff made the right call.”

Workers at the agency consulted sources including the Federal Communications Commission and Wikipedia to develop a list of objectionable words that should not appear on product labels, Martin said, and the list includes “bastard.”

The state allows the sale of Fat Bastard wine and also approved the sale of another brand of beer called Raging Bitch, Martin said, but both of those decisions were made years ago.

“I have no idea how or why or exactly when that went through,” he said.

He said the agency considered revoking those earlier approvals when it denied the application for Dirty Bastard, but officials decided against such action.

The maker of Dirty Bastard, Grand Rapids, Mich.-based Founders Brewing Co., can appeal the decision to the agency’s board, which meets next month. A company spokesman did not immediately return a message seeking comment.

Alabama gained notice a few years ago for banning a wine brand that featured a nude nymph on its label. Its decision on the beer is opposed by Free The Hops, a group that advocates for new beer brands in Alabama.

More than one-third of Alabama’s 67 counties still prohibit the sale of alcohol, and all but two counties in north Alabama are dry.