Mayjah payne releases his anticipated project “Payne And Glory” on all streaming platforms November 1, 2022. As an independent artist from Los Angeles, Marc “Mayjah” Payne continues to give us quality hip hop which is definitely worth the listen. His last projects “No Payne No Gain” and “In A Mayjah Way” both charted on iTunes Apple Music in the Top 100. Potential singles on “Payne & Glory” include “Mayjah Moves” which Mayjah Payne himself produced, “Solid” produced by JC4SactownBeatz and “Fast” which landed as a placement on Showtime “The L Word.” Records like “Floatin” produced by TCTurnerClassic/mixed by MetJames and “Drugs in the Parking Lot” ft Te’$hon of the Nuggs are also “smoker-friendly” anthems that stand out on the project. “Clique Clac” features verses with Shorty T from New Orleans, Mob Jr of The Mob Figaz, Big Homie BAD from Baltimore, and Pablo Productions from the UK.J’aimeCopierSignaler.
The way that all these different styles and voices sound on that record is reminiscent of classic Wu Tang Clan. The West Coast artist also integrates humor in the music with the song “D.A.T.E” which he abbreviates for “D*** at the End” mixed/mastered by billboard charting Sammy Issac.
The charisma and wittiness of the artist mixed with impeccable flows show why Mayjah Payne is a hidden gem on the West Coast. Go to his website www.mayjahpayne.com and follow @MayjahPayne on all social media platforms to stay updated on the “Mayjah Moves”.
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Introducing Poetic Muse, a rising female artist from the West Coast who is set to make waves in the music industry with her unique blend of poetry and captivating lyrics. Her emotive work not only resonates with audiences but also empowers and inspires women worldwide.
With a background in artist management and development, Poetic Muse is no stranger to hard work and dedication. Hailing from Los Angeles, she draws inspiration from her personal experiences, family, and influential West Coast female artists like Lady of Rage, Sylke Fine, and YoYo. Her artistic journey began in her youth, hustling on the streets of Las Vegas where she and her friends would write raps, using their daily struggles as fuel for their dreams of making it big in the music industry. Over time, her music evolved into a more personal and poetic expression, providing an outlet to vent emotions, express feelings, and connect with others.
In July 2021, Poetic Muse released the first four poems in her series titled “Phenomenal I Am,” inspired by the works of Maya Angelou’s “Phenomenal Woman” and Tupac Shakur’s “Rose that Grew from Concrete.” These pieces take listeners on a journey through her life, showcasing her thoughts, emotions, and diverse talents. Her debut in the music scene came in 2021 when she was featured on Long Beach Rapper Monsta Yo’s single “Don’t Wanna Lose You.” Then, in May 2023, she released her first single titled “Letter 2 My First Born,” a touching tribute to her son. A few months later, on July 1st, she dropped her second single “Click Clack,” featuring Los Angeles rapper Engine 5ive.
These songs are part of her upcoming project “Olivia Pope 2 Da Streets,” scheduled for release on January 26th, 2024. This highly anticipated project will explore new directions, collaborations, and techniques, featuring artists such as Monsta Yo, Liddy Mechelle, T3Halo, and Engine 5ive. With her exceptional talent and diverse range, Poetic Muse is truly a hidden gem poised to leave a lasting impact on the industry.