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MISSY ELLIOTT ANNOUNCES A NEW ALBUM IN THE WORKS

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By The K-Love Show, Oct 11 2018 04:37PM

His new album “Born to Win” is available on all digital music platforms.



Nationwide — YL Ques (aka Young & Livin), whose real name is Jaques Gholston, was born in Auburn, Alabama, but now resides in Atlanta, Georgia. He is a conscious hip-hop artist who is no stranger to the struggles of every day life being a young Black male deep rooted in the historical south. His album, “Born to Win,” promotes conscious and mental awareness in the Black community and is currently available for download and streaming on iTunes, TIDAL, Spotify, Google Play, Pandora, Amazon, and all the other major digital music platforms.


YL Ques is a former college football standout, who was a Business Major at Delta State University in Cleveland, Mississippi – the original birthplace of American music. He transitioned from athletics into the music industry with a higher level of passion and commitment than today’s normal striving artists.


He is motivated by a passion for his music development as an artist, and together with his management company Dick James/ LaTrese Management, LLC. YL Ques is set for a national radio campaign for his two singles “Born To Win” & “Better Days,” a soulful R&B-influenced classic Hip Hop banger.

By The K-Love Show, Oct 11 2018 04:26PM


When you hear Nanoon’s music, the first thing he wants you to realize is that he’s an artist … a chill, laid-back artist. Once you realize that, the rest of the journey will be easy listening, he said.



The Washington, D.C.-based hip-hop artist has recently released a new EP called “Purple Octopuses,” and he’s currently in New York trying to expand his reach while sharing this new EP with the world. Like much of his music, this EP is one that he said will put a smile on peoples’ faces when they hear it.



“I want people to be relaxed when they listen to my music,” Nanoon said. “I want them to feel like they can sit at the bar and listen to my music and zone our and calm down. Being a music listener, I know it’s about how you feel. I know that when you turn on a song you want it to express how you feel. A lot of songs today don’t do that anymore. That’s why I want my music to put a smile on peoples’ faces and to make them feel like I’m going through some of the same things they’re going through, and take the game to a whole different level. I think music can be deep and influential like that. It can relate emotionally what you’re going through.”

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