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AJ THE GRINDA’s Rap Masterpiece “MY GRIND” Ignites Passion and Grit in a Sonic Symphony.

AJ THE GRINDA, a multifaceted maestro of words and beats, unveils his latest sonic revelation, “MY GRIND.” Seamlessly blending his dual identities of novelist and rapper, AJ crafts a mesmerizing ode to tenacity and ambition. With a resonant baritone, he navigates the terrain of relentless hustle, infusing each verse with a mature wisdom that only a seasoned creator can muster.

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In this electrifying Hip-Hop/Rap single, AJ’s lyrical prowess intertwines flawlessly with infectious beats, creating a symphony of sound that echoes the heartbeat of the streets. “MY GRIND” isn’t just a song; it’s an anthem for those who burn with an unquenchable fire to achieve their dreams.

AJ is preparing to release his novel and album collection, “THAT’S THE WAY IT GOES,” on August 17, 2023. “MY GRIND” is an exciting preview of the artistic journey ahead and pays tribute to AJ’s Milwaukee roots. This track showcases the enduring impact of Hip-Hop/Rap music and is sure to appeal to fans of the genre who will be drawn to AJ THE GRINDA’s magnetic style.

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Sexyy Red’s Vodka Partnership Turns Sour, The Inside Scoop

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Sexyy Red is known for her unfiltered honesty, and this time, her bluntness has stirred up a buzz in the business world. Recently, she collaborated with Au Vodka to promote their new strawberry flavor. However, the partnership quickly soured, leading the “Pound Town” artist to publicly criticize the liquor brand on her Instagram Story.

She didn’t stop there. Sexyy Red also took to The Neighborhood Talk’s comments section, making it clear she has no plans to work with Au Vodka again. “They disrespected tf outta me I will never do business wit them again!” she declared emphatically. Despite the fallout, Au Vodka still features content with Sexyy Red on its official social media, and the company has yet to respond to the situation.

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Fans are divided over her reaction. Some support her stand for respect, while others believe she should have handled the matter privately. The details of the incident remain unclear, leaving many wondering what really happened. As the story unfolds, more information might emerge, but for now, Sexyy Red remains tight-lipped.

What’s your take on Sexyy Red’s public fallout with Au Vodka? Was she right to call them out, or did she overreact? Share your thoughts in the comments below, and stay tuned to Honk Magazine for the latest updates.

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Chloe Bailey, “I’m More Than Just R&B – It’s Time to Break the Genre Mold!”

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Chloe Bailey has been a star for most of her life. Breaking out as half of the duo Chloe x Halle in 2016, she achieved major success alongside her sister before going solo in 2021. Her debut album garnered praise from fans and critics alike for its musical ambition and eclectic blend of sounds. Despite her efforts to defy easy categorization with her art, Bailey finds herself repeatedly tagged with the label of R&B. She discussed this frustrating situation during a recent interview with Nylon.

Bailey explained that her R&B categorization stems from the color of her skin, not her sound. “Any music I do will easily and quickly be categorized as R&B because I’m a Black woman,” she noted. “If someone who didn’t have my skin tone made the same music, it would be in the pop categories. That’s just the way it’s always been in life.” As Bailey has grown older, her desire to break out of genre constraints has intensified. While she has found chart success, she is now seeking artistic success on her own terms. Bailey cited two singers who managed to shed the R&B label, one of whom is her mentor.

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Chloe Bailey admired Beyoncé’s album “Cowboy Carter.” Having signed to the icon’s label in 2016, Bailey had a front-row seat to Beyoncé’s genre experimentation. “I was really proud of Beyoncé doing ‘Cowboy Carter’,” she asserted. “Because Black people originated country music. It’s just showing that possibilities are endless.” Bailey also mentioned Whitney Houston as a Black, female singer who proved that true crossover success is attainable.

However, Bailey isn’t aiming for Houston’s pop or Beyoncé’s country on her new album. She told Nylon that she’s carving out her own genre and musical path, inspired by the sounds of the Caribbean. The outlet cites “calypso, gospel, Afrobeats, and Carnival band music” as influences on her upcoming album, “Trouble In Paradise.” Bailey agreed, describing an overarching theme for the album as “[a] coming-of-age celebration of being a woman and having fun. Not taking life too seriously.” We can’t wait to hear it.

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