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Getting to Know Lord Enos, a Hebrew Lawman from Jacksonville, Florida, The Creator of Law Muzik



Lord Enos

Journalist- Hello !!! How are you ?

I’m wonderful thanks for asking, just thankful to see another day I feel AMAZING! ALL PRAISE TO MOST HIGH! Thank you for the interview. I wish you and your  team nothing but levels of greatness!

Journalist-Please, Introduce yourself?

My name is Lord Enos, a Hebrew Lawman from Jacksonville, Florida, a vessel for the MOST HIGH and the creator of LAW MUZIK.

Journalist-What got you into music and made you realize that it was your chosen path?

Music has been with me before birth. My dad told me stories about how before I was born he used to put headphones to mothers stomach before he went to sleep and he could feel my mothers stomach and I would be kicking. I guess I was jamming out and didn’t even know it lol. My Uncle Brian (RIP) was a big time DJ before he passed. I fell in love with it as a kid seeing him practice before he would do a show. When he died I made a promise to myself that I would carry on the legacy love you Uncle B I never broke my promise! And my father loved music also. He had the dopest equipment, top of the line speakers, hundreds of albums and CDs, even a reel to reel and we would just sit in the living room for hours listening to music. He would break down the songs to me and asked what they meant to me. From R & B, new and old school, jazz, classical hip hop,rock and country. So at an early age I learned to appreciate every genre but I fell in love with Hip Hop.

Journalist- What story behind your Success?

I keep THE MOST HIGH first in my life and everything falls into place. I don’t measure success by money or accolades. I measure my success by changing someone’s life in a positive way when they hear my music. If I can do that I think that is being successful.

Journalist-Tell us about your new single. And what’s the story behind it?

My new single is Rebound. It is getting a lot of love from the world. Thank you everyone that listened to it and shared it and made Tik tok videos and Instagram videosI greatly appreciate it. I love basketball. I got the love for the game from my father. He was All State in High School and also coached so I was always around it. One day I said I want to make a basketball anthem but I didn’t want it to be about just scoring. That’s when I came up with Rebound because you can’t win a game if your team does not rebound. But I also wanted the song to relate to life because we all shoot our shot for different occasions but you can’t give up when you miss the shot you follow your shot and get the rebound and try again.

Journalist-What makes your music unique?

I literally made my own lane LAW MUZIK. Every artist says that they are different. I get that but now Spotify is running the charts in the music game. The reason I bring Spotify up is because their algorithm can’t even match me up with the artist I sound like. I have seen artists with less monthly listeners and streams than me and they get matched with other people with the fans also like section but I get placed on they might also like playlist. Don’t get me wrong, they have a great playlist up there and I appreciate it but still have NO other artist to match my sound that’s why I say that I’m unique. Numbers and algorithms don’t lie!

Journalist- What advice would you give to aspiring musicians? 

I just say be yourself and don’t be caught  up in clout chasing and trying to be something you’re not, the truth will eventually come to the light. If you love music just do it you don’t need to please anyone and don’t quit when you get rejected just work harder and at your craft. I’ve been rejected thousands of times but I don’t wear my heart on my sleeve and I always tell myself rejection=progression if you put the work in and learn from the constructive criticism don’t take it personal everyone is not going to like your music just respect the opinion and carry on.

Journalist-And any particular artist/band you would like to collaborate with in the future? 

I just want to work with artists that are putting out positive energy in the universe. There is enough negative music out there already we need more balance.

Journalist-Any upcoming projects in 2023?

I’m just focusing on my single Rebound this Spring and Summer and also working on shooting a video for it and later this year I will be putting out another EP. I don’t have a title for it yet but it will be an AMAZING project believe that lol.

Journalist-How our Readers contact with you?

They can reach me on Instagram and Tik-Tok at lord.enos and I would like to thank everyone that has taken the time out there day to read this interview. I thank you and wish you nothing but Levels Of Greatness!


I don’t have any other questions but I would like this printed as well. It’s my Lawman oath thank you my friend.

The FEAR of THE MOST HIGH is all WISDOM and all WISDOM is the performance of the LAW and the knowledge of the OMNIPOTENT.He who has small understanding but FEARS the MOST HIGH and his COMMANDMENTS is better than a man with much WISDOM but disobeys the MOST HIGH and his COMMANDMENTS. This is the final conclusion: the ONLY mission for man is to FEAR the MOST HIGH and his COMMANDMENTS. Remember the MOST HIGH will bring  everything into judgment even your secrets whether good or evil all praise to the MOST HIGH! LAWMAN!



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“BdotMegatron, Ceo of Megatron Muzik Group LLC, Tranforms Careers”



BdotMegatron, Ceo of Megatron Muzik Group LLC

Interviewer: Tell Me about yourself ?

BdotMegatron, Ceo of Megatron Muzik Group LLC

Interviewer: How did you get into the industry ?

My grandfather was a jazz artist and went through a lot Challenges  that  a lot  artists have not knowing the business.  He was signed to Veejay Records had problems getting royalties due to bad management.

My brother Managed Rock bands and a cpl

Hop hop artists and played the guitar, seeing the music world from their perspective inspired me to want to bring my love for the industry and knowledge together to help other artists through their music careers.

Interviewer:  Do you play any instruments?

Yes I play the piano and the drums.

“Playing instruments gives me an ear for good music”.

Interviewer: Who are some of the Biggest talents you’ve worked with?

Drake, Chris Brown Tory Lanez, T-Pain, Nicki Minaj and many others…

Interviewer: What’s your favorite genre of music?

I grew up playing Jazz and classical , so first jazz then Hip Hop and lastly RnB.

Interviewer: Who are your top artists in these genres?

Hip hop : Jay-Z

Jazz: Ray Charles

Classical: Beethoven

Interviewer: How long have been in the industry?

18 years

Interviewer: How many Artists do you currently manage :


Interviewer: Tell me abt the artist you manage?

Ana Baby out of Bronx, Ny who was once signed to French Montana and coke boyz

Ed Wavy who is out of VA, he does so many things great. He is a singer/songwriter/emcee. He also engineers all of his own music.

Mzs Quanny who is from Philadelphia PA who also has Jamaican roots. She does dancehall/Pop/R&b

Kia Monger is from Saint Louis Mo. This artist also won R&B artist of the Year in 2022

Royal Shai- Newly Signed artist from Virginia Beach, Va. Also a singer/songwriter/comedian/actor.

Interviewer: What’s your Advice to independent artists wanting a manager?When is the right time for a manager?

If you already have movement and sometimes if an artist is gifted and talented but need more development. One thing that every artist need is some type of product to move and sell. I.e. music, merch, beats , services etc. They should have songs at least recorded and have something the Manager can market.

Interviewer: Has the industry changed over the 18 years.? Post Covid?

Yes main stream has had to adapt to the same things as independent. The playing field evened out more. Also went from physical era to digital era?

Interviewer: Is RnB dead?

I feel male vocalists in RnB have fell off. I think they are referring to the msg of love being removed and replacing it with streets and drugs etc. Which is ok. They need to bring back the baby making  music?

Interviewer: Is it best to stay independent or get signed to a major deal?

If an artist can, get signed first get the money and brand Behind you, then go independent to Hv more creative control, publishing, royalties.

Interviewer: You’ve been in this industry a long time? Do you ever see yourself  leaving the industry?

Music is my passion. I could never see myself leaving. Maybe branching off more to the executive producer side. This is my favorite part of management.

Interviewer: What’s your least favorite thing abt working in the entertainment industry As it stands today as opposed to 18 years ago ?

I feel now everyone cares more about the smoking mirrors and gimmicks than the real talent. Also, giving 150% at times and Creating that career/platform for the artists and they don’t take it as seriously or they try to back door you and do it on their own.

Interviewer: If you could work with any artists dead or alive who ?

Jay-Z – hip hop

Ray Charles, most definitely as his writing ability and genius was unmatched!

RnB – Usher

Pop- Jessie J

Interviewer: What some recent achievements or highs from Megatron Muzik lately ?

Artist Mzs. Quanny did over 300,000 with her ep Titled “Don’t mean to Brag”, it also debuted at #5 on iTunes on the reggae charts

Interviewer: What was one of your worst times you’ve experienced that taught you the biggest lesson?

When I first started in the industry I had limited resources, experiences.  At the beginning you had to build artists trusts without a long resume of proven success. I didn’t let that deter me. I Attended Full Sail university, same as the Genius Kanye West and obtained my B.A. Degree in Music Business and B.A. in Entertainment business. Continues to build relationships in the industry which helped me to grow and the rest is history.

Interviewer: What’s make you a great manager? An asset to an artist?

I’m a hybrid, I walk the artist from start to finish through the whole process to success in this industry.

Interviewer: What is the latest Record you are Responsible for as an executive?

Mzs Quanny has a record coming on on March 31st Titled “Last Forever” produced by Khris Tate and executively produced by myself BDot. Megatron Muzik Group also just dropped Kia Monger debut album Titled “Mood Swings” That Just dropped on March 5th on all platforms.

Interviewer: Are you a team player?

Absolutely, I work with diverse groups of partners such as QueenAEntertainment, Stackin up Ent, Empire, Sony Orchard and a few others.

Interviewer: Are you a people person?

Believe it or not I am more introverted. In business it may not seem that way but personally I prefer a small circle of people.

Interviewer: Where the future for Megatron Muzik headed?

“Continuing to Bring timeless music thats current and Can be cherished years from now”.  ~ Brandon “B.Dot” Carter , CEO Megatron Muzik LLC


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Kid Jazz New EP “Here Goes Nothing” 



Kid Jazz New EP “Here Goes Nothing”

Kid Jazz is a talented singer-songwriter from Philadelphia who has been making waves in the music industry with his unique blend of R&B, soul, and pop with his new EP Here Goes Nothing. He was born and raised in the city and has been passionate about music since a very young age. Kidjazz began singing in his church choir and went on to perform at various local events and venues throughout his childhood and teenage years.

As he grew older, Kid jazz honored his skills and developed his own sound, which he describes as “soulful and introspective.” He draws inspiration from a wide range of musical genres, including jazz, hip-hop, and neo-soul, and cites artists like Lauryn Hill, Erykah Badu, and Janelle Monáe as his biggest influences.

Kid jazz’s music is characterized by his powerful vocals, thoughtful lyrics, and catchy melodies. He has released several singles and EPs over the past few years, which have received critical acclaim and amassed thousands of streams on platforms like Spotify and Apple Music.

In addition to his solo work, Kid jazz has collaborated with other artists and producers in the industry, and has also performed at various festivals and events, including the Essence Festival and the Philadelphia Music Festival.

Kid jazz is a rising star in the music industry, and his talent and dedication to his craft have earned him a loyal fan base and recognition from industry professionals. With his powerful voice, heartfelt lyrics, and dynamic stage presence, He is poised to become one of the most exciting and influential artists of his generation.

Artwork by Bobby Hunter @huntergeneous

Engineered and Mixed by SmokeOneMore & Chef Boyardi

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Miriah Stacy – Presents “Reality of Women In the Industry”



Miriah Stacy

Women empowerment is the root of togetherness, targeting the harmony that women have the power to present.

Miriah Stacy is a young black woman who has entered a phase of using her ability to bring powerful women  together to flourish. As she achieves, Miriah is the executive producer of a new Atlanta reality based tv show called “Reality of Women In the Industry”. The show is a positive movement, bringing veteran and upcoming industry women together in a mutual place as they experience unity. While the women share some diversities and challenges, the positive connections is the ultimate goal. Miriah wrote the manuscript for the show “Reality of Women in the Industry” while she was homeless and pregnant. Her determination truly shows why she can become one of Atlanta’s future top producers and content creators. Miriah’s new show is buzzing way before its actual release and is collecting enormous attention. The game changer themed show has even reached attention from the billboards.

Miriah started her production company in 2019, MOSTPRODUCTION LLC is a collective entity of creation. Shortly after covid, Miriah wrapped her first film, which explored changes in her business mindset to reboot. We all know in a marathon, it’s ok to breathe and take breaks, as Miriah did. Your marathon ending results is what really matters, your finish determines your win.

Using her troubles as motivation, Miriah continues to thrive as she develops in her career and gives herself and others an opportunity. Even with a convoluted past, she has been able to overcome homelessness, suicidal thoughts, and self-doubt. Miriah Stacy’s strength and stamina gave her the passion to keep going and lead in her rising career. Going from homelessness to billboards, I can say Miriah is on the right path to a fulfilled career.

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