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Frank Carrozzo: Still Hungry of Talent, Artists and Music.

Talent Manager launches Record Label GOATHEAD RECORDS

Music is a world made up of the artists singing it, the ones performing it, and the people selling it by putting those pieces of the puzzle together, making sure the success of the enterprise is successfully accomplished.

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These “music men” or “impresarios”,  as they were called in the “old music business”, have been lurking behind the curtains away from attention-seeking gossips. Their main goal is to put together songs, projects, and acts in order for others, usually the artists they manage to be able to show them off in front of the audience.

Frank Carrozzo, has been lurking behind the curtains of music and show business for quite some time. At around the age of 16, he started hanging out around other Italian show business impresarios and learning the ways the music business worked. He later got to work as a sound engineer and record producer for names such as Ed Sheeran, Chris Brown, The Game, A$AP Ferg, and Blueface. In 2018, he met Sarah Azhari, an Indonesian top actress, singer and entertainer that lived her glory of “Most Wanted Actress of Indonesia” during the 2000’s and the two began working together on her complete rebranding. Azhari, well known for her controversiality in Indonesia, quickly became under Frank’s advice a woman with a positive outlook and love for her fanbase ready to be catapulted back in show business after about 20 years of hiatus.

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The two mastered the arts of YouTube marketing, vlogging, and new media entertainment, gaining millions of views around the world and making Sarah’s return official.

After managing other Instagram and Tik Tok influencers, Carrozzo went full into music-man mode, founding GoatHead Records, a Los Angeles based record company with the intent of distributing songs, artists and managing their music careers to stardom. The goal has been already taking action by launching singles for artists such as Beth Bella, a Ukrainian born singer-songwriter whose song “Bang Bang” went viral on Tik Tok, hip hop artist Morrison Machiavelli, Y.Rome, and fresh up and coming DJ and artist ASTRØMAN and Sarah Azhari. The last two, in particular, just released a new single named “Near Or Far.”. The two artists appear to be in love in a sci-fi video executively produced by Carrozzo and released by GoatHead Records.

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Here is the link to it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9YleDDryDR8

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Kendrick Lamar’s Houston Blockade, ‘Not Like Us’ Allegedly Banned from Local Hotspots

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The decade-long feud between Drake and Kendrick Lamar has reached new heights, marked by a series of scathing diss tracks that have captivated fans worldwide. It all began with “Like That,” followed by “Push-Ups,” and escalated with “Euphoria.” However, the night of May 3rd was unforgettable, as “Family Matters” sent shockwaves through the hip-hop community, only for “Meet The Grahams” to leave everyone stunned.

The day after this historic showdown, Kendrick Lamar dropped another bombshell with “Not Like Us.” This track quickly became the anthem of their beef, holding the number-one spot globally for weeks. Yet, despite its immense popularity, Houston seems to be a notable exception. Reports suggest that several establishments in the city have allegedly banned “Not Like Us.”

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The reasons behind this apparent ban remain unclear, but speculation points toward Drake’s influence. Drake, known for his frequent visits to Houston and ties to local mogul J Prince, could potentially sway such decisions. However, no concrete evidence supports these claims. DJs in Texas, beware—playing “Not Like Us” might not go down well.

What do you think about this situation? Is Drake pulling the strings behind the scenes? How do you feel about Houston clubs acting as if this track doesn’t exist? Share your thoughts in the comments below. Stay tuned to Honk Magazine for the latest updates on your favorite artists and their upcoming projects.

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Soulja Boy Dodges $10M Bullet in Assault Case Linked to Alleged Miscarriage

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Soulja Boy is breathing a sigh of relief after a major win in a long-standing legal battle. The rapper, known for his hit “Crank That,” was on the hook for a $10 million lawsuit filed by a woman identified as Jane Doe. The lawsuit, which dates back to 2021, accused Soulja Boy of sexual battery, assault, and infliction of emotional distress, claiming the incident led to a miscarriage in 2015.

Doe’s allegations painted a disturbing picture, asserting that a simple conversation with Soulja Boy quickly turned violent. According to her, the rapper became irate, punching her in the face and chest, and then kicking her in the stomach after she fell to the ground. These actions, she claimed, resulted in her miscarriage.

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The hefty lawsuit sought $5 million for pain and suffering and another $5 million for emotional distress. However, in a surprising turn of events, Soulja Boy managed to avoid the massive payout by attending a deposition before the end of the month. During this deposition, he denied all the accusations, and it was revealed that Doe’s claim that he hadn’t attended a deposition was false.

With this development, Soulja Boy has successfully dodged the $10 million judgement. What are your thoughts on this outcome? Does it cast doubt on Jane Doe’s accusations, or does it highlight flaws in the legal process? Share your opinions in the comments, and stay tuned to Honk Magazine for the latest updates on Soulja Boy and other music industry news.

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