• L.A. Music Producer Kenny Dubb Celebrates New Milestones
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    by Kitty Y. Williams I want to tell you a story. Once upon a time in a small military town somewhere in the state of Kansas, there was a girl named Kitty. She had three rambunctious little brothers who were always messing up her room, ripping the heads off her beloved Barbie dolls, or stealing the spotlight from her during community Piano recitals hosted by their mother, the Teacher. Though Kitty was sometimes amused as her little brother Kenny would interrupt her while performing Classical Beethoven music for the audiences, just so he could show them that he knew how to play the theme song from the movie “Jaws”, she never imagined that one day he would turn that goofy passion into a serious career. After all, she was supposed to be the “Star”.... Over the past decade our roles have changed and I’ve spent a lot of time promoting hundreds of Musicians, Entertainers and Entrepreneurs through my different media projects. To be quite honest with you, none of it would have

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  • 6 N Belmont Production
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    - As seen in the Oct/Dec 2012 issue of The Indiegator, Page 21-22. Bandcamp │ Facebook │ Twitter Record Label 6 N Belmont Production is coming out with their debut album for the first time in 2013. Cuban DVenci (on the left), Guiseppe Myartt and Octavius The Rebel (on the right) are the Artists on the label. They’re making a major impact on the East coast with their different styles of Hip Hop. Guiseppe Myartt released his album in 2011 called Nex Level. With his smash singles "All In' and "Keep It Moving", he has been flooding the streets with his political views on society, and his views of everything in the world. The album got 300 downloads on its release. You can catch his video “Nex Level” on YouTube @ 6nbelmontvideos. Cuban DVenci is more of a 90’s style commercial Artist. He has already dropped his album Da DVenci Code early in 2012 which had 500 downloads on his first release day. His smash singles "You Know" and "Go Head" are making their way through

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  • Lora Mao – The Musical Guardian Angel
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    - As seen in the Oct/Dec 2012 issue of The Indiegator, Pages 23-24. Soundcloud │ Facebook │ Twitter │ YouTube │ Reverbnation│ iTunes  a.k.a DreamOfAsiaGirl Music Mixer and Promoter Lora started out in the world of music as a young teen and took piano lessons for five years. She then continued on her own and taught herself for five additional years. She played for church, choirs, and even a country singer in a competition. As Lora got older, there was no way to drag the big piano around, so she lost all of her skills as a Pianist. She had given up on music for herself, however, continued to listen to music from around the world. When introduced to the internet in 1997, Lora began promoting many Unsigned Artists by running a website that gave away their CDs and she compiled the e-mail lists of the new fans for them to add to their own promotions lists. In 2008, Lora moved to Houston, Texas where she was introduced to Myspace and started promoting through that

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  • Brian Culbertson’s Jazzy Dreams
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    - As seen in the Oct/Dec 2012 issue of The Indiegator, Page 32-35. Official Website │ Facebook │ Twitter │ YouTube │ Reverbnation│ USTREAM Brian Culbertson R&B/Jazz Multi-Instrumentalist Los Angeles, California www.BrianCulbertson.com by Kitty Y. Williams A few weeks ago I received an email from Helio PR introducing me to Verve/Universal Recording Artist, multi-Instrumentalist Brian Culbertson out of Los Angeles. Upon researching Brian further, I soon felt as if I had rediscovered Skittles for the first time as a child. Long story short, pure Euphoria! From the very first song I listened to on Amazon, “Still Here” feat. Vivian Green - lead single from his new Dreams album (which debuted at #1 on the Billboard Jazz Albums Chart), to his music videos on YouTube Vevo, I was entranced with the beauty of his collaborative sound and the different genres that were crossed throughout the different pieces. Through the music videos, I fell in love with the Spunk,

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  • Music Producer Kenny Dubb is OUTTA STEP
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    - As seen in the April/June 2012 issue of The INDIEgator, Pages 52-53. - Article Short Link Official Website │ Facebook │ Twitter │ YouTube │ Store Born, Kenneth G. Williams II, the Texas native began making beats in 1998. Williams joined the U.S. Air Force in 2003 and was sent to Pisa, Italy. During his off time, he worked for a local record company that produced house/minimalist music. In 2004, Williams was tapped to write verses for European pop singer Sara Cruz. By late 2005, Kenny formed a working relationship with multi-platinum engineer Irko of Studiobeat2. Williams’ talent for production has received praise from many over the years to include rappers Q-Tip, Game, E-40 and others. His influences include; Stevie Wonder, J Dilla, Pharrell Williams, Ryan Leslie, and Kanye West. In 2010, Kenny Williams and entrepreneur Kenjuan Simon founded their record label Outta Step, LLC. The duo long had plans of establishing their venture but was in need of a title that

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  • Beanz N Kornbread’s New Single is “Bad”
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    - As seen in the April/June 2012 issue of The INDIEgator, Page 24. Article Short Link Popular Music Production Duo, Beanz N Kornbread, were previous guests featured on Kitty Williams LIVE in June 2009 (check out their interview below). They've done a lot of work since then. Beanz recently told The INDIEgator: We recently released our new single Bad. For our next project, we are now working on a mixtape with Lil Ray (affiliated with Boss Hogg Outlawz) called Yams (Young and Musically Sound) due out this Summer 2012. For more information, visit our website BeanzNKornbread.com or Follow us on Twitter @BeanzNKornbread The INDIEgator would like to congratulate Beanz N Kornbread on their successes and projects this year and beyond. Keep up the great work!   

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