Thursday, 24 November 2011

Den Bro NEW mixtape out now!

Den Bro is a Russian rapper based in London, who was a part of rap group Tribe together with Markul and Chiff. He was one of the first artists to record at Multivizion Music from back in 2007. His new mixtape is out now recorded at Skyline studio and two tracks from the mixtape have been recorded and mixed by Jahna Sebastian at Multivizion Music in Croydon,
one of them has been previously released with a music video:

"Vse Blije" feat. Markul

and another one is "Vechniy Son" also featuring Markul

Den Bro has also recorded first collaboration track with rapper Oxxxymiron at Multivizion Music studio in spring 2008. Around that time the Russian Hip Hop movement among Russian speaking immigrants started to consolidate in London, artists started to work together, live shows and parties started to happen, Greenpark TV launched in 2011. Multivizion Music has been in the centre of this development with many artists recording in the studio. Rapper Oxxxymiron has since recorded many tracks at Multivizion Music including his album "Vechniy Jid" (2011)
Den Bro, Oxxxymiron, Markul and many others represent Russian Hip Hop movement in London.

FREE Instrumental by Jahna Sebastian (140 Bpm)

Produced by Jahna Sebastian

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Wednesday, 23 November 2011

Jahna Sebastian to perfrom live in Birmingham on 1st December

More info about the event:

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Oh Velvet Live! brings together an eclectic mix of genres, with the only requirement being that its ALL Live!

The night will be hosted by ★Triple S SuperSuite★, the current in house Dj for LOL Show, SuperSuite and iKanDi. You're in good company!

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All of the acts are supported by our in house band courtesy of Drummer Dee! Expect nothing but perfect timing and no flat notes!

Acts confirmed:

• ★ • • ★ • Miss Kai Ryder • ★ • • ★ •

This talented young female grew up in the Birmingham area. Having been brought up into a musical family who had a great passion for music, Kai could not help but bring all her life time experiences to the music scene. Every time she goes through an experience she puts all her feelings and emotions into a song! Who would of thought this shy young lady would open her heart and express her feelings through music? Well.. Don't mistake this talented individual for someone who is going to sit around and waste her talent because believe me, she is going to make the most of it! ''Music is my life, without music.. there's no me..''
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• ★ • • ★ • KEEMZ • ★ • • ★ •

More info to follow..........

• ★ • • ★ • Jahna Sebastian • ★ • • ★ •

Jahna has been exposed to music from early age. Learning basics of playing instruments and singing at prestigious kindergarten of Bolshoy Theatre, growing up in Arbat district of Moscow, graduating from high school at 15 years and then from Russian Academy of Music at the age of 20, she rose to prominence throughout 2005-2006 as the Russian reggae princess pioneering dancehall music in Russia, recording and performing with reggae and funk bands. This young lady is not just any young lady! She produces, acts and sings. All in a days work for this multi talented artist. Expect a high energy, fully mind blowing performance.
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We're delighted to announce our two final acts for the evening.

• ★ • • ★ • Less for Murder • ★ • • ★ •

Well, we told you we are only committed to bringing a mix of the best live performers from across Birmingham, and here we have a treat. Take a Welsh bird and a Brummie Lad, give one a rolling pin and the other a guitar and this is what you get. Less for Murder is a husband and wife duo who with extensive experience in the music business are now performing fantastic acoustic sets across the city. To get a sneak peek, check them out on Facebook

• ★ • • ★ • Samuel Rogers • ★ • • ★ •

And to close the show, we are very excited to have Samuel Rogers playing. Samuel is a young singer/songwriter from Brum who has been performing since a young un and is now playing acoustic gigs all around the West Midlands area. Expect super talent and a brilliant performance. His music mixes the blues with a decent portion of rock, mod and indie. This guy knows his stuff....

Check him out on MySpace and Facebook

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Want to get involved? We'll also have a few slots as part of our Open Mic Session. Contact the team to get involved! This is your chance to perform to a live audience!

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Friday, 4 November 2011

24/7 Grind

A lot of the time people assume that you are just having fun all day if you are doing music, and it's the easiest thing to do, but to succeed you stop treating it as a hobby. Music industry is a 24/7 work, you work 12, 14, 18 hours a day, no difference between weekdays and weekends, even when you sleep you are planning. Your work day might not always start 9am like most people, but it won't finish until 2am-4am, I end up mixing tracks, recording, edititng, producing etc. while many other people watch evening shows on TV and chill in the bars. I've been on Eastenders, but I have never got the time to watch even one episode. Some people I know only wake up at 12pm but they work until 6am in the studio so they are being far from lazy. Aside from the time when you are inspired to write a song, actually editing audio can be a really tedious experience. Even when I am with friends I am still thinking about tunes, also you have to do research every day. when entertainment industry is the only place where people willingly do a lot of work for free or don't see rewards for a long time. In 9-5 job everything is simple and easy to plan, holidays and all. I haven't been on a holiday for 5 years and add the stress of trials and errors in music industry where a lot of things depend on "being at the right time in the right place" and promotion. I have been doing music for years, but I have had a gazillion day jobs from waitress and secretary to a sales expert in a music tech shop. The hustle in this industry is the most hardcore and restless. I am blessed to do music and acting full time but at the same there is a lot of work involved to just make a 3 min song it takes way longer than 3 minutes.