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Jameel Mason – Quarantine Mami



Realign, reroute and refocus: Jameel Mason Thrives despite an uncertain year 

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – With multiple singles out and a new album on the way, Jameel Mason has made the most of his 2020 experience. Fueled by a traditional East Coast and New School sound and the drive to make the most of any occasion, he has spent the last year creating interesting and relatable tracks for anyone to enjoy. 

Mason began making music in high school in his cousin’s make-shift basement studio. “After school, I would go over to his house and he would just be making beats, and one day he said ‘Yo, man, you should just try to freestyle.’ So I started recording in his basement and fell in love with it ever since.” 

Having grown up in New Jersey, the culture and sound of Hip Hop that cultivates there has always been a large part of his artistic persona. “My style is more East Coast focused because that’s just where I’m from, but coming up the New York Sound was very prevalent in the 90s and early 2000s, so my sound definitely stems from that. With the production of the 808 Trap beats and new melodies that we have now though, I would say that my sound is really just a fusion of an East Coast sound with a New School spin on it.”  

Mason accredits much of his musical inspiration to his experiences and life in general. He draws on everything from relationships to childhood experiences and things that he’s going through right now. “It’s my life and I bottled it up and put it into my music. It’s really something that we all experience, but we have our own view and our own perspective on it. That’s mainly the place that I come from and where I draw inspiration from.” 

Mason’s music is a window into himself. Some of the more recent tracks that he’s released have included “Quarantine Mami,” on which his sister is featured, and “Jersday,” his latest release. “Quarantine Mami came about because everybody in the whole world knows the experience of being in the house and being on lockdown, so when I came across a beat that automatically spoke to me, I called up my sister and said, ‘Hey, I need a verse from you.’ A week later, we went to the studio and recorded it.” Similarly, “Jersday” is about the hometown pride that is so prevalent in New Jersey and the areas that he lives in.  

Along with all that Mason has already done this year, he is preparing to put out an album in the next coming months, something that should be well anticipated by anyone who has taken interest in his music. Viewers can also look out for several music videos that are set to be released soon, all of which have the signature Jameel Mason flair to them. 

“I know we’re in a tough time. I know we all had plans for the future that kind of got derailed by the virus, but you have to prevail; realign, reroute and refocus. I had a lot of lofty goals which didn’t happen because of the virus but I had to realign, reset and refocus. I think that’s that – that’s what determines true resiliency.” 

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Check out Jameel Mason on social media and listen to his music with the links found below. 

“Quarantine Mami 

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Introducing “Boss Life” by Bz Bwai featuring Chef Sean: The Caribbean Vibes Continue in a Musical Extravaganza




The dynamic musical duo, Bz Bwai and Chef Sean, are back with an electrifying follow-up to their chart-topping hit single, “Runaway.” Prepare to immerse yourself in the pulsating rhythms and irresistible melodies of “Boss Life,” a track that takes you on a Caribbean-inspired musical journey like never before.


Bz Bwai : @bz.bwai.official

The Chef Sean : @therealchefsean

“Boss Life” is the epitome of modern Caribbean music, blending elements of reggae, dancehall, and a touch of urban flair, to create a sound that’s undeniably infectious. This track captures the essence of the islands, transporting listeners to the sandy shores and sun-soaked vibes of the Caribbean, no matter where they are.

Bz Bwai and Chef Sean are no strangers to crafting musical magic together. Their previous collaboration, “Runaway,” received widespread acclaim, and “Boss Life” promises to be yet another masterpiece that continues their streak of musical excellence.

With lyrics that speak to the joy of living life to the fullest and embracing the ‘boss’ mentality, “Boss Life” is an anthem for those who know how to enjoy every moment. From the catchy hooks to the smooth vocal delivery, this song is poised to become a summer sensation and a timeless addition to any playlist.

“We wanted to create a song that embodies the spirit of the Caribbean, a song that makes you want to dance and celebrate life,” says Bz Bwai. “With ‘Boss Life,’ we’ve captured that feeling, and we can’t wait for our fans to groove to it.”

Chef Sean adds, “This song is about seizing the moment, enjoying the good times, and letting loose. ‘Boss Life’ is all about celebrating the everyday victories in life.”

“Boss Life” experience, where the rhythms are hot, the vibes are chill, and the music is guaranteed to get you moving. “Boss Life,” Out Now.

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(Podcast) Unbelievable Behavior Podcast Episode 3 “Coco Anise” @unbelievpodcast @coco_anise




Unbelievable Behavior Podcast Episode 3 features the lovely Coco Anise! Coco is a model , actor , and content creator for only fans. Check out this week as she talks modeling, Sex, Relationships and much more ! Follow @coco_anise.

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(Video) Chinese Kitty – Boy Oh Boy @officialkittyy




New Music from Chinese Kitty “Boy oh Boy”. The New York female Mc with Caribbean heritage (Guyanese) has been working on her craft for a few years. Chinese Kitty was on Love and hiphop, and now is making big records. Earlier this year Kitty drop the “Boy Ain’t Mine” which sample the classic Brandy & Monica ” The boy is Mine”. Now Kitty gets crazy with it and tackles classic New York harlem camron’s ‘OH boy”. Kitty shoots to harlem to give us a fire visual and adds Dipset royalty Jim Jones and Julez Santana for cameo. Check out New joint from Chinese Kitty!

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