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Meet The Editor Thank you, to all the viewers that supported the magazine Premier Issue. It was well recieved by both the artist and audience. If you miss the Premiere Issue, you can always visted our website and catch up on the latested news about talented artists on www.theunsignartist.com. I’m pleased and excited about the growth of “unsigned” and our mission to let the World hear and recognize the “unsigned” talent that out there Grindin. Please like and follow us on your favorite social sites. We work hard to keep bringing you unsigned talent. Enjoy Unsigned Volume II

Editor, Chocolate Butterfli


TABLE OF CONTENTS

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LOMAN ROE

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PU$HA

IMANI TRUTH

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LOMAN ROE Loman Roe, Born and raised on Roos-

evelt Island, NY, this White/Black/Native American songbird has exactly what the game has been missing. Not only is she the next R&B/Pop singer but her angelic, yet powerful voice, brings the feeling of what’s to come in the future for “Up and Coming” singers. Growing up with constant music in her household, the passion and determination was embedded in her. She grew up on the stage and ever since she first picked up a microphone, She never put it down. She is currently working on her EP, that is soon to drop within these coming months. Her music is something everyone can relate to and she doesn’t hold back, not one bit.

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She gives you the truth, no matter how raw it is. That is something that Loman Roe constantly stands by. “You have to give them your all. You got to given them truth.” says Loman. Hold on and enjoy the ride as this Songbird sensation takes you for a ride through the eyes of what can only be described as “true artist.” She’ll take you through her real experiences and have you feeling as if she is singing the soundtrack to your own life. Remember: You have to give them“Your All”

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Getting to Know Loman Roe Chocolate Butterfli: How did Loman Roe became? Loman Roe: Loman Roe came about in early 2012. I used to go by another name. It was cool but I never felt like I was bringing something substantial or different to the table. I had writers block for about 2-3 yrs. I decided to change my name to match my new determination and motivation. Chocolate Butterfli: Do you give the audience a little Pop and R&B together? Loman Roe: When I perfom I definitely give both, R&B and Pop, because it’s such a dope combination and it’s who I am. Chocolate Butterfli: Growing up who was those promient artists that had fall in love with music? Loman Roe: When I was younger I looked up to Mariah Carey so much. She was the reason I wanted to be a singer. Today, she is still is my idol. I also idolized Whitney Houston, Monica, Brandy, amd TLC. Chocolate Butterfli: How old were you when you performed for the first time? Loman Roe: I was 9yrs old when I performed on stage in front of and audience. Ever since then, I have been in love with perform. Chocolate Butterfli: Would you say some lyrics are to raw? Loman Roe: I wouldn’t say “Too” raw but they are raw. Chocolate Butterfli: Do you have that special song relate to your life story? Loman Roe: All of my songs relate to my life story. They are all my experiences or people really close to me their experiences. My songs are my story, thats’s how I see it. Chocolate Butterfli: Would you say that you more New R&B then the old school R&B? Loman Roe: I think I have a little bit of both. The old school R&B is someting that will always be in me. I like to give a throwback R&B to bring it back a little. But times are changing so I also have to make my mark in the new school R&B. 5* UNSIGNED

Chocolate Butterfli: Can you tell us the name of the Upcoming EP? Loman Roe: I love to tell you the title of my EP. But I don’t even know it yet. I have a couple ideas. Chocolate Butterfli: Who are some of the Producers you are working with? Loman Roe: The producers that is on this EP, The Trac Solution and Lonestar. The are amazing producers and been exellent through this process. Chocolate Butterfli: Your 2013 Plan? Loman Roe: I’m real excited for 2013. I plan to make a name for myself & mark in the Music Industry.

“All My Songs Are My Life Story”


PUSHA

The depthness of his music can also be compared to the likes of rappers like Scarface, Beanie Siegal & the late Tupac & Nortorious B.I.G. There is another side of Pu$ha’s music demolishing madness. Coming from a home where his mother frequently working to support the needs of her two children, He gained admiration and respect for the independent-hardworking modern day woman.

Pu$ha Gwopington or Pu$ha is a very unique artist. He has thunderous ear-catching voice that produces very sharp punchlines and very witty wordplay. Even though his style is mainly street/gangsta rap based, he has the ability to adapt to any genre or style of music. Known as the “Punchline King” his wordplay ability can be compared to artists such as Lil Wayne, Cassidy, & Fabolous. His braggadocious and confident swagger leads to a mic presence that can be compared to current rap moguls like Ludacris, Rick Ross, MJG, Tityboi, & Yo Gotti. Theirs a twist to this artist -he has “literally been through and has survived the harshness of poverty and street crimes. He has actually lived the life he speaks of, the authenticity of his music is evident as party songs and the occasional “Im Ballin” track turns to a heartfelt song about his experience living such an unforgiving life.

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Sex is usually the topic of most of the songs he devoted to these women but his charm and smoothness makes it acceptable and listen worthy. Although overweight, he tends to win crowds that the usual “pretty boy” rapper aquires. “Some” say his babyface and boyish yet gangsta charm is irresitible. Others say he’s “aggrogant” and overly pompous although, no matter what personal opinion you have of this artist it is undeniable that he is incredriblt talented and he delivers on every track he involved in. He’s defintely an artist to watch. Mr. Airplane is going places!

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Chatting W/ Pu$ha Chocolate Butterfli: How Did You Get The Name Pu$ha? Pu$ha: My first rap name when I became serious about music was Sirius da Pu$ha. Chocolate Butterfli: Are you mainly known for your Punchlines? Pu$ha: Honestly Yea, Those punchlines wouldn’t mean nothin without that Confidence & Delivery. Chocolate Butterfli: Would you say your survival of the streets gave you that Confident swag? Pu$ha: Hell Ya! I mean Im a Real Street Nigga, So the confidence I have comes knowingly. Chocolate Butterfli: Why do you say your past life is Unforgiving? Pu$ha: I’ve seen a lot of people die around me and we all have been in and outta jails for most of our lives. Chocolate Butterfli: When you do Party Songs are your lyrics more laid back? Pu$ha: On party songs I’m really able to just swagg it out and have fun. I still deliver the wordplay? Chocolate Butterfli: Do you feel that some of your lyrics are to raw on sexual topics? Pu$ha: Lol, Ummm I’m a Freak so Hell Ya! Chocolate Butterfli: How Smooth is Pu$ha Charm? Pu$ha: Smooth like Peanut Butter baby; Being Mississippi Delta we learn at young age how to charm. Chocolate Butterfli: Some say you Arrogant? Pu$ha: Yea, but if you don’t believe in Yourself, who else will!

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Chocolate Butterfli: You have many names which one really discribes who you are? Pu$ha: Pu$ha wit da dolla sign. At the end of the day its all about te finance ya digg. Chocolate Butterfli: Bringing what in 2013? Pu$ha: The Best you ever heard in yo life.

“IF YOU DON’T BELIEVE IN YOURSELF WHO ELSE WILL”


Artist of the month winner!

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Chocolate Butterfli speaks with

Chocolate Butterfli: Would you say, you are a country boy who loves Hip Hop? Mac: Most definitely, I mean, where I’m from (Paducah, KY) is what make’s me a country boy but that doesn’t mean, I carry myself that way. I absoutely love Hip Hop. Chocolate Butterfli: Is your style of music similar to your favorite group Bone ThugsN-Harmony? Mac: My style is somewhat similar to Bone Thugs N Harmony but my style isn’t limited. Chocolate Butterfli: Do you remember your first track you performed at 10? Mac: Yes, lol, I do and it’s very embarrassing, because it made no sense at all; I was suppose to be rhyming. Chocolate Butterfli: Growing up with your dad, a DJ, did that experience encourage you? Mac: Yes, that was the start of me loving music. The fuel that kept that love (for music) going was my life experiences—music is how I get high. My teens years were chaos, listening to music kept me calm, from spazzing out on anybody. Chocolate Butterfli: I liked the sound of Lyrical Bombshell in accapella?

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Mac: Oh yeah, I love Lyrical Bombshell as an accapella. I couldn’t imagine hearing a beat behind Lyrical Bombshell so I decided to do it accapella to get a better reaction out of listeners. Chocolate Butterfli: Are one of your musical goals to be in the BET Hip Hop cypher? Mac: I would love to do a BET Hip Hop cypher, that way, I’ll have the BET viewers watching me. I’ll also have the pleasure of standing in a circle with other talented artists. Chocolate Butterfli: Do some of your lyrics pertain to your childhood experience? Mac: Most of them (lyrics) do but some of my lyrics are just me rapping to show off my skills. I don’t always have a story to tell, sometimes I may just want to make you dance. Sometimes I want to prove that I can hang with the best MC’s, dead or alive. Chocolate Butterfli: Your Main goal in 2013? Mac: My main goal is to continue to pursue my dreams as an artist. Whether its 1 step, a half or 8 steps closer, that’s fine with me. As long as I’m progressing, moving and making deals with whomever or whatever.


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Huntit is In The Kitchen Chocolate Butterfli: Huntit Is? Huntit: Huntit is a hard working dedicated artist. First and for most family and my peoples mean everything to me.

Chocolate Butterfli: Your Favorite collab track & artist? Huntit: The one I got with my G BobbyStone is defintly up there, But I’m feeling this new one I got on Itunes right now with my producer EP. It’s something for the ladies song called ( Do it), Gotta go check that out real

Chocolate Butterfli: Where do you get that awsome stage presence? Huntit: I just try let it all out when I’m on stage.

Huntit: Right now I’m about to drop another EP, I got a bunch of new videos dropping this year.

Chocolate Butterfli: Which album tells your story? Huntit: I would have to go with the Wonderbread album, I think I put a lot into that one, Had 19 songs, besides some sample beats it was all original.

Chocolate Butterfli: How was your childhood? Huntit: It had its ups and downs. I was the oldest of 5. We moved around alot but my family always stayed together. Even though we aint have much my parents raised us with respect. Chocolate Butterfli: That first track made you love HIP HOP? Huntit: Without a dought Rob Base “It Takes 2”that was my joint. Chocolate Butterfli: Who do you relate you music to the most? Huntit: Everybody on they grind. 13* UNSIGNED

Chocolate Butterfli: How you feel about the new Hip Hop? Huntit: I defintly think alot of it is trash. But theres still alot of good music you could find. I think its just artist dont feel that passion like it use to be. They see what it could do for them. Or they feel like somebody, especially in hip hop. It’s even worst on the underground seen.Everybody got they hand out, and selling dreams. Good music is Good music you cant deny people should just support real shit.

Chocolate Butterfli:Producers you have worked with? Huntt: My main producers is EP beats and Decoy, Thats the home team.A few in UK, Spain,France, My boy Gerald productions. Chocolate Butterfli: Do you have a track that is your all time favorite? Huntit: It’s hard for pick one, But theres a song I did called Memories about 4 years ago, Something for my Pops. Chocolate Butterfli: Have you just wanted to throw in the towel? Huntit: I never wanted to give it up. But it does get to me sometimes. I put a lot of work in. I feel I don’t get the credit I deserve. It hard sometimes doing everythiate my suporters.

“ We In The Kitchen “


BOBBYSTONE is The Leader of The New Old School.....

Bobby Stone is The Leader of The New Old School......Bobby Stone representing Crown Heights Brooklyn,N.Y continues to make significant strides in the music industry. Not only has he played a role in Rap War Vol I, which was featured on HBO & Showtime, he’s also managed to exhinit one of the best stage performances through out NYC, DMV area, the Dirty South and etc. His latest album entitled “The New Old School 1.5” is receiving great feedback from fans, DJ’s and industry insiders. Bobby Stone has torn down many venues on his musical journey. Bobby Stone has collaborated with Math Hoffa(Battle Rap Champ), 40 Cal(Dipset), among a few other rising stars in the hip hop world while maintaining his own internet radio on blogtalkradio.com/bobbystone which is dedicated to play independent artists every Sunday @ 6:30pm. Bobby Stone also recently partnered up with producer extraordinaire GQ Beats. Bobby Stone’s smash hit “If There Were Two of Me” produced by Infamy, is accompained by a creative, suspenseful and entertaining video on Youtube and has already recieved over 20,000 hits plus, this video was also a smash hit on Forbezdvd.com and managed to peak 30,000 views in one day on the popular Hip Hop site. Bobby Stone countered with another smash single “Stay Out My Phone ft. Juicy Stone produced bt Gran Fortune, also accompanied with another engaging video on Youtube and many other sites. Just when people thought Bobby Stone was just lucky with his muscial endeavors, he came back and hit em’ with “The New Old School Anthem” single. Also availiable on Youtube this video was mastered by Bobby Stone himself........ Stay Tune Class is in Session. A R T I S T

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Bobby Stone Chocolate Butterfli: What’s the meaning of The New Old School? Bobby: The New Old School is a combination of the roots of Hip Hop combined with the new sound of Hip Hop. It’s the old school feel with the new school appeal. Chocolate Butterfli:How was your childhood in Crown Heights? Bobby: Crown Heights is a rough neighborhood, I remember shook to go to school on Halloween,lol I also witnessed the Crown Heights riots happen right before my eyes. Chocolate Butterfli: Rap War Vol I was that your moment? Bobby: Rap war Vol I was significant for my career because it was the first time I was on a major cable network. I had collab on a recent with Craig G. Chocolate Butterfli: How important is stage presence for you? Bobby: It’s everything to me. Anyone can spit bars and can record in a booth, but having crowd control is priceless. Chocolate Butterfli: Did you ever just want to throw in the towel? Bobby: Sure, it can be very dis16* UNSIGNED

couraging at times when you hear certain crap on the radio or see a stupid video and you know your material is better, however stopping is no longer no option. Chocolate Butterfli: How Passion is you about music? Bobby: I love music so much more than any job I ever had, there could be people talking to me about work and I be day dreaming about the stage or coming up lyrics Chocolate Butterfli: What is so different with your mixtapes and albums? Bobby: The album The New Old School 1.5 has a certain vibe to it, it creats a certain feeling.. Chocolate Butterfli: Is there an-

other Passion that Bobbystone endures? Bobby: I just got into filming and editing, I really would like to master that. Another passion is community development, last Sept. I celebrated the 3rd annual Back2School event. I also have a event for the kids Free Smoothie Day it promotes health choices for kids. Chocolate Butterfli: How did you like your performance with a live band? Bobby: Umm it varies, sometimes some band players mesh well and other times band players sound like they are competing to be heard and no one hears the vocalists. I have a new profound respect for bands that mesh well. Continued on page 19


Continued from page 16 Chocolate Butterfli: Have you experience a non responsive crowd? Bobby: The only time there is a non-responsive crowd is when it’s a competition and the dudes in the crown are either competing or came with someone that is competing. I believe in positive energy.

Chocolate Butterfli: How is your blogtalkradio radio station coming along? Bobby: Over 11,000 listens in a very short period of time.

Chocolate Butterfli: Working with GQ Beats was a major accomplishments? Bobby: It was a huge accomplishment. He sent me some tracks and I wrote the banger “Big Poppa’s Revenge” dedication to Biggie Smalls. He just sent me another “I love music so much more joint and man oh man I cant even than any job I ever had..” talk about it yet.

Chocolate Butterfli: How was the collabo with Math Hoffa and 40 Cal? Bobby: Math Hoffa is my dude, he happens to be one of the very few battle rappers that can make songs. We Both grew up together in Crown Heights battling on the rooftop. so to link wiith on collabos is always a great experience. 40Cal another great dude met in Harlem years ago.

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Chocolate Butterfli: “If There Were Two Of Me” was that written because of personal emotions? Bobby: Yes just like most of my songs. I remember when I left college class and after that I went to the studio and after that I went right to a show to perform, I was at the bar like dam, If there were two of me.

Chocolate Butterfli: Do You Consider yourself a role model? Bobby: Yep my kids look up to me and so does their friends.


I AM A POET And the only thing different from me and you is My words.......... My adjectives and my verbs See my words change lives They soften hardened hearts and bring Tears to eyes...... My words make the lies of the devil meet with truth And such is how I got the name IMANI Truth IMANI means faith and belief While God is The way the... The Truth... And The light So this means that I am an entity who has faith and believes in God So my words are my plight..... I am more than just lyrical But spirital and yet sensual I make love to the pages Proof reading my words will having you wondering my what my age is YES!!! I AM A POET I’m a high definition soldiers with these words The talent inside me will have one Binging and purging on what you heard.... The truth can be hard to swallow at times See I was gifted with these words I didn’t just decide to start writing Cus my spirit had already been reciting Words flow thru me endlessly and reach the masses I’m doin gods work and I AM A POET So you better grasp this And hold tight Cus if you were looking for THE TRUTH You just found her tonight!!! I AM IMANI Truth

Angela “IMANI Truth” Manson www.ImaniTruthPoetry.com


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World Music Spotlight

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W orld Music Spotlight-South,Africa Chocolate Butterfli:Which stage name signify who you are? You have many to choose from. R!CkLo: Everybody calls me R!CkLo. My earlier work I went by the Lyrical Alchemist, trying to symbolize that you can’t have Light without Darkness. I prefer “Die Hottnot God” which means Praying Mantus in afrikaan. Chocolate Butterfli: Explain your childhood more to us? R!CkLo: I was confused growing up. We moved around a lot , so I figured out that when I steal money and sweets, I had friends around me all the time. Got involved with gangs and bigger crimes around 13. Smuggling guns & drugs. I was raised speaking English in an area that was predominantly Afrikaans. Afrikaans kids were “tougher” & could “fight”. So I had to be even tougher and fight more than the other kids to fit in. Learned a lot and Regret a lot. Chocolate Butterfli: Who was your First Rap Mc to hear? R!CkLo: Snoop is who I listen to get into Hip Hop. I was a bit late but it was a good start. Then got into Wu-Tang Clan, hearing a real story with amazing lyrical alchemists on every track. Chocolate Butterfli: Your Work with International producers which track is your favorite? R!CkLo: I actually have two tracks I consider My 1st international collab was w/ Pau Prince & KGB, so that track will always be special. 2nd is w/ The Soul beat Assassinator from the UK. Chocolate Butterfli: What Genre is more popular in South Africa? R!CkLo: People are slowly warming up to our Hip Hop even though groups like P.O.C played an important role in ending aparheid. People are all over that YMCB music! But I’s say electronic music like trance, dubstep has the monopoly. Just like Die Antwoord. Chocolate Butterfli: How is the experience of being a DJ in Capetown, South Africa? R!CkLo: I think being a DJ in South Africa is one of the easiest and best wasys of making mone in the industry. At the same time the biggest problem Hip Hop in Cape Town is facing, is that our DJ’s don;t play enough of our music. Not even in the clubs, I try with my radio show I can say there is 1 other radio show that plays as much local Hip Hop as me it’s frustrating! We have a lot local talent that no one support or heard so i try to push them on the radio .

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R!CkLo: 2013 I might just drop my first offical album. as Die Hottnot God. I have a digital LP dropping in Feb. I also planning to release 2 EP telling the story about 2 Big South African historical figures from their perspective.

“ Learned Alot & Regret A lot! ”


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Chocolate Butterfli's Playlist 1. Bananas GMix......................................................................................................... blazin_hot_studios74 2. Stay Out My Phone............................................................................................................................Bobbystone ft. Juicy Stone 3. Pass It Around..................................................................................................................................................G Smooth ft. 2EZ 4. French Kiss.............................................................................................................................................................................Huntit . 5. Floating.........................................................................................................................................................................Tyler Noel 6. Hate Me Now.................................................................................................................................................Zoo Entertainment 7. Like Me...............................................................................................................................................................Sanction Language 8. High Speed......................................................................................................................................................................Hugh EMC 9. Computer Luv...............................................................................................................................................Farrah Boule’ Burns 10. In My Zone..................................................................................................................................................................Yung Spree 11. Smells Like Summer...................................................................................................................................blazin_hot_studios74 12. So Smooth.....................................................................................................................................................................G Smooth 13. Swagg..............................................................................................................................................................................G 1 Da Don 14. Secret Lovers...............................................................................................................................................................Mic Sharper 15. She So Thick................................................................................................................................................BobbyStone Ft.Huntit 16. Go Live.............................................................................................................................................................................Yung Spree 17. Under 21.................................................................................................................................................................LadyMaMacMrs 18. I Live It..................................................................................................................................................................Block Boyzz 8nine 19. I’m So Vicious.....................................................................................................................................................................So Vicious 20. So Gone..........................................................................................................................................................................Johnita Blaze

All Tracks Can Be Found on CeoChocolate.Soundcloud. Download and Vibe With Me!


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personal struggle didn’t damper his love for the music. With greater focus, he began to understand the hip hop genre, especially discerning lyrical skills and creative word-play, instead of only listening to the tracks. Also, he began to practice both harmony and crafted his lyrical style. In 1991, Sha succumbed to the urge of Hip Hop, he decided it was the music for him. His growth and music was enhanced by working with Imani of Hattisburg, Mississippi. The collaboration sharpened his lyrical skills and was combined with a study of some of the greats, mainly the late Tupac Shakur. Sadly in 2001, Imani was murder by gun violence but two-years later, during his incarcenration she spoken to him in a dream and it became the inspiration for his debut recording “Evolution.” Since being released, Sha has continued making music and has joined his cousin Shadow P and continues to build 2Entertainment .

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Suga Kayne Talks w/ Chocolate Butterfli

Chocolate Butterfli: Do you still take 2Pac stage perfomance as a key when you perform? SugaKayne: Yes, his stage prescence & command the crown is just unique. His energy was crazy!

Chocolate Buttefli: Growing up in Nigeria? SugaKayne: Great life experience going from one culture then moving to America into a totally different culture. My parents still raised me has if we was back in Nigeria when we came to America.

Chocolate Butterfli: Tragedy & Life obstacles in your life, pushed you to write your story? Sugakayne: I would definitely say that. I think I have a unique story that people can relate to.

Chocolate Butterfli: Growing up to R&B Greats, When did the passion for Hip-Hop come? SugaKayne: I always loved Hip Hop, but it wasn’t till Snoop came out when I really start loving it.

Chocolate Butterfli: How is it working with Super Producers Shadow P & KP? SugaKayne: Shadow P & KP are just unique talents.

Chocolate Butterfli: Did your outlook on Hip Hop when you heard that Louisiana style? SugaKayne: Louisiana really didn’t change anything about my style of music.

Chocolate Butterfli: How do it feel to have that positive Buzz? Sugakayne: Its gratifying, I am my Biggest Fan!

Chocolate Butterfli: Why didnt you want to share your Talent? SugaKayne: I knew I was different but was still kind of afraid to show that I was different. Chocolate Butterfli: How was your College yrs? SugaKayne: College Years was difficult because I didn’t want to be there. That was the time I started to realize that music is what I wanted to do with my life, that was difficult decision when both parents have PH.D’s. Chocolate Butterfli: During the time of finding yourself was music your outlet? Sugakayne: No matter what was going on music just eased my mind and gave me an escape for a second. Chocolate Butterfli: Mastering your lyrical skills did it come the right time in your life? SugaKayne: Lyricism was always important to me. I knew music was where I wanted 2 be Chocolate Butterfli: Did Imani passion for music push you to Master your Talent? SugaKayne: Yes, Imani’s love for lyrics drove me to love it just as much.

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