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Morojele Music Group Announces First Canada-Wide Tour

Morojele Music Group

Canadian urban music label Morojele Music Group is going on tour this fall. The label has announced its first official and long-awaited 2022 “Proceed With Caution” tour which will hit stages all around Canada.

With a roster that’s been dominating the urban music scene, there could have not been a more fitting name than ‘Proceed With Caution.

“The name of the tour was a collective idea between Flash Milla and SBO Swampy. They both wanted a name that would make a statement as well as something that embodies “watch out, we’re here”, “move cautiously around us”, and “approach with caution” specifically because all of their artistry embodies the next wave of top 40 music.” said Vice President Oriah Andrews

The line-up includes roster stars Grymee, SBO Swampy, Mykell Messiah, Flash Milla, and the newest member 16-year-old Lil Kizzle. Special guests are also in the works according to Andrews, “We will be booking artists that are originally from each city to come out and represent their hometowns.”

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Targeting College and University grounds their city selection was based heavily on popularity in Southern Ontario, Canada. The variety-packed roster will be performing in cities where a range of hip hop, rap, r&b, and trap music have a solid presence.

Cities include Ottawa, Hamilton, Guelph, Sarnia, and London. Additional cities will be announced as the tour develops. (See below)

With the label’s YouTube channel currently holding over 12.2 million views, and remaining on the uprise, it is no question that the roster will outperform all expectations when they hit the stage.

For a full list of cities and ticket options see the Eventbrite ticket below.
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/proceed-with-caution-tour-tickets-404806887297

Natalie is a journalism major with a focus on Entertainment and Music who aspires to become a Content Creator For Honk Magazine. Eventually, she wants to be the Publisher or Editor-in-Chief of a major Publishing House. She loves helping people find their voice and passion for writing and journalism, and she can always be found with coffee in hand, editing another article.

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Artist Spotlight

Everything You Need To Know About Hate Jaxxx, A Fast Rising Hip-Hop Star

Hate Jaxxx

Listening to great music is timeless. No matter when it was made or when you hear it, you know you are hearing something special. That type of music is supreme and must come from a supreme talent who respects the craft. That level of talent and class is what you get from Hate Jaxxx a fast rising upcoming artist from Dominican Republic.

Hate Jaxxx is a multi-talented hip-hop artist, songwriter and rapper who has taken all the time he needs to learn all that he can about his craft and where it will take him to in the future.‌ He is here to bring some passionate rap back to the music industry. He primarily creates music that is similar to that of artists such as Ian Dior and Juice WRLD. Hate Jaxxx has made tremendous steps toward his mainstream goals, independently releasing all his songs since his first release in 2021.

Check out his songs on Spotify below:

Hi there, welcome to Honk Magazine. Thank you for taking out time to respond to us. To kick things off, Can you tell our readers about what really inspired you to write music? 

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Hate Jaxxx – I always had a passion for poetry and writing. Before my mom passed I would always read her my poems, quotes and writings. In December of 2020, I found out my girlfriend of 3 years had cheated on me so I fell into a dark depression phase. A month later in January of 2021, my mom passed away and then my sister ended up passing a few months after that. 2021 was the worst year I’ve ever experienced EVER. The depression, the addiction to pills, feeling like I didn’t even know who I was anymore; that’s what fueled me to start taking my music more seriously.

When did you realize you were going to make music professionally?

Hate Jaxxx – I released my first song titled, “Drugs” and it started blowing up in many tik-tok videos. Over 1,000 people used the audio in a matter of a month. That’s when I knew I could take this even more seriously.

Tell us what is so unique about you and your music?

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Hate Jaxxx – I like to talk about a lot of MY OWN life experiences and turn my pain into writings and then lyrics.

Can you share a story about the funniest mistake you made when you were first starting? Can you tell us what lesson you learned from that? 

Hate Jaxxx – One incident in particular, I released a song with the wrong title and a completely different song. It only came to my attention when someone said the album cover didn’t match the song. Since I’m a more independent artist with no management, I look over each release 3-4 times before submitting it to stores.

Can you tell us about your latest releases and what inspired you to create them?

Hate Jaxxx – L2ME – Ft. 3than was inspired by my ex-girlfriend. If you listen to the lyrics closely you can understand what the relationship was like.

Can you give us a brief insight about your upcoming projects? 

Hate Jaxxx – Those are secrets 🙂

 

What do you wish you were told when you first started making music that you think would help artists just starting out? 

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Hate Jaxxx – Don’t spend money on silly campaigns. Find a specific audience and work with people you know who can help you grow your fan base. Luckily for me I received an opportunity and I took it.

 

Which tips would you recommend to your colleagues in your industry to help them to thrive and not “burn out”?

Hate Jaxxx – Stay consistent. I have over 50+ unreleased songs at the moment. Since I am an independent artist I release songs slower than most artists but I will always have a new project in mind. Stay consistent and keep a positive mindset.

 

What do you do when you don’t do music (creative or otherwise) and that you are passionate about?

Hate Jaxxx – Personally, besides writing, I love to paint, draw and cook.

 

How can our readers follow you online?

Hate Jaxxx – You can all follow me on Instagram: @hatejax 

 

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Artist Spotlight

Exclusive Interview With Talented Up-and-coming Artist, Jazz From The Valley

Jazz From The Valley

Making music is an authentic and powerful approach to make something the listener can feel. That type of Hip-Hop will always be the mecca of this modern day genre. When trying to stand out as an artist it’s important to let your talent shine to the fullest, but it’s also important to make music people can feel and relate to. That type of music creates a personal connection with the listener. This is one of the many shining elements of Jazz From The Valley.

Hailing from San Fernando valley, California, multi talented artist Jazz From The Valley is a self accomplished rapper and songwriter who is currently gaining buzz for her catchy hooks and clever lyrics. Vibrant, addictive, and wonderfully intoxicating she brings all her influences together to deliver a meticulous flow in her recent song “Shake That”.

Listen to “Shake That” on Spotify below:

Hi there, welcome to Honk Magazine. Thank you once again for taking out time to respond to us. To kick things off, Can you tell our readers about what really inspired you to write music? 

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Jazz From The Valley – I’ve always had a passion for Music, My Grandmother gave me a Guitar at an early age and I’ve loved it ever since.

When did you realize you were going to make music professionally?

Jazz From The Valley – I started to really get serious about making music when I was 15 years old. I started out in a Girl Groups, took voice lessons, and really learned the business with Artist Development. But as you know Girl Groups are hard, and my hat goes off to all the Girls Groups that have made it. But as I have grown, I have come to realize that being in a Girl Group just wasn’t the path for Me.

Tell us what is so unique about you and your music?

Jazz From The Valley – I tend to approach music from a ‘what would I want to hear’ perspective. I wanted to make music that is relatable and talks about things that we all experience and go through, like hanging with your friends, the ups and downs of life, and having a good time. I wanted my music to be something that any and every person could sing and dance to and just enjoy.

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Can you tell us about your latest releases and what inspired you to create them?

Jazz From The Valley – I was in a Girl Group and I had originally wrote the song for the group. The original idea for the song was to be just a conversation between friends, and then when I decided to branch out on my own I decided to give “Shake That” a new twist. Coming from just my point of view I rewrote the lyrics, made it faster, and added in the different languages to make it what it is today.

Can you give us a brief insight about your upcoming projects?

Jazz From The Valley – I’m currently in the studio right now, trying to put together my next single along with my EP.

What do you wish you were told when you first started making music that you think would help artists just starting out?

Jazz From The Valley – To know that it doesn’t happen overnight, but with a lot of hard work and dedication you can achieve your dreams.

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Which tips would you recommend to your colleagues in your industry to help them to thrive and not “burn out”?

Jazz From The Valley – Don’t be afraid to try new things, always believe in yourself, and know that “for all your hundred no’s you only need one yes.”!!

What do you do when you don’t do music (creative or otherwise) and that you are passionate about?

Jazz From The Valley – I love to up cycle and redesign. I’m very obsessed with cool pants, and taking different pieces of clothing and creating something new. I also love painting sneakers.

Any last piece of advice for those artists who just started making music?

Jazz From The Valley – Always be a student of learning, and Always be encouraged.

How can our readers follow you online?

Jazz From The Valley – They can follow me on all Social Media Platforms: @itsthejazzshow.

For more update on her music, Follow her on Instagram: @itsthejazzshow

And also on YouTube: @Jazzfromthevalley

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