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DIVA Review: Precious Paris: From Paris With Love

Precious Paris definitely makes a statement with her debut project as part of the G Unit family. She’s a hard spitting rapper and she wastes no time delivering as such startiing off with “Everything OK”. Read the rest of the … Continue reading

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DIVA Review: Nikkiya: “SPEAKHER”

Nikkiya boldly enters into the music industry with a raspy voice that gives her a uniqueness enabling her to create her own lane. Create her own lane is exactly what she did with SPEAKHER. The title itself conveys the message … Continue reading

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DIVA Review: Brianna: Face Off

Overall, Brianna put together a solid project with Face Off. The intro is a simple, hard hitting beat that allows her to showcase her lyrical skills. As a young artist who began rapping at such a young age I think … Continue reading

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DIVA Review: Jade Alston: Single On A Saturday Night

Jade Alston was dumped by her boyfriend, overdosed on “Sex And The City” episodes, and that is how Single On A Saturday Night came about. She is describing the project as her personal journal entries and when you listen to … Continue reading

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DIVA Review: Cherlise: Groundzero

Groundzero begins with Cherlise speaking on what it means to be at ground zero. There are five more instances in which she does this throughout the project as sort of a guide to the listener on where she’s headed with … Continue reading

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DIVA Review: Dat Gurl Netta: “Sex, Lies, Secrets, Vol. 2”

Slow songs coupled with rapid fire delivery are Dat Gurl Netta’s style and she does it well. Sex, Lies, Secrets, Vol. 2 is the perfect background to a passion session with your lover with her selection of lovemaking tracks… You … Continue reading

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