Category Archives: Game Changers

“HOOKED ON LIFE!” The Art Of… NCJA Game Changer of the Month: #VincentMock #Amsterdam Native #NoCriticsJustArtist

Meet the April 2018 Game Changer of the Month: @DrSaxLove #NoCriticsJustArtists

Meet Game Changer of the Month: A true #American #artist #CarrieMaeWeems #NoCriticsJustArtists

Game Changer Of The Month; #Israeli #painter #RoiPajursky #NoCriticsJustArtists


NCJA Game Changer of the Month, #Nigerian #musician #OrlandoJulius #NoCriticsJustArtists

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NCJA Game Changer of the Month – Fine Artist; Habibullah Okur of #İstanbul #Turkey #NoCriticsJustArtists


Game Changer of the Month: @AndresGarciaFi of @Muni_Stgo #Chile #NoCriticsJustArtists

NCJA Game Changer(s) Of The Year… #UnitedStates @POTUS & PAGE Ambassador/Entrepreneur @TheSharkDaymond #NoCriticsJustArtists

 

Barack Obama:                                                                                                 President Barack Obama is the 44th President of the United States. He was born on August 4th, 1961, in Honolulu, Hawaii, to a mother from Kansas, Stanley Ann Dunham, and a father from Kenya, Barack Obama Sr. He was also raised by his grandfather, who served in Patton’s army, and his grandmother, who worked her way up from the secretarial pool to become vice president at a local bank.

He worked his way through school—Occidental College in Los Angeles, Columbia University in New York, and later, Harvard Law School—with the help of scholarship money and student loans.

In 1985, Barack Obama moved to Chicago, where he got his start in community organizing on the city’s South Side, working to help rebuild communities devastated by the closure of local steel plants.

The President called that time in his life “the best education I ever had, better than anything I got at Harvard Law School.” He has credited that experience as crucial to finding his identity—something that shaped his path to the White House.

Barack Obama was elected to the Illinois State Senate in 1996. During his time in Springfield, he passed the first major ethics reform in 25 years, cut taxes for working families, and expanded health care for children and their parents. Elected to the U.S. Senate in 2004, he reached across the aisle to pass the farthest-reaching lobbying reform in a generation, lock up the world’s most dangerous weapons, and bring transparency to government by tracking federal spending online.

Barack Obama was sworn in as president on January 20th, 2009, in the middle of the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression, at a time when our economy was losing 800,000 jobs a month. He acted immediately to get our economy back on track. Since then, the private sector has added back more than 10 million jobs during the longest, uninterrupted period of job growth in our nation’s history.

In his first term, the President cut taxes for every American worker—putting $3,600 back in the pockets of the typical family. He passed historic Wall Street reform to make sure taxpayers never again have to bail out big banks. He passed the landmark Affordable Care Act, helping to put quality and affordable health care within reach for millions of Americans. He ended the war in Iraq and is working to responsibly end the war in Afghanistan.

He’s the first sitting president to stand up for marriage equality, and is fighting for equal pay and a woman’s right to make her own health decisions. He’s made a college education more affordable for millions of students and their families. And he believes it’s time for a comprehensive solution to fix our broken immigration system.

The President believes an economy that’s built to last starts by growing and strengthening the middle class—that’s why he has a plan to create jobs and restore economic security to working families. He’s been driven by the basic values that make our country great: America prospers when we’re all in it together, when hard work pays off and responsibility is rewarded, and when everyone—from Main Street to Wall Street—does their fair share and plays by the same rules.

www.barackobama.com

Highlight Of 2016; @GES2016 in #SiliconValley @Stanford ft. @BarackObama #NoCriticsJustArtists

President Barack Obama speaks at the Global Entrepreneurship Summit in Stanford, Calif., Friday, June 24, 2016. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)
President Barack Obama speaks at the Global Entrepreneurship Summit in Stanford, Calif., Friday, June 24, 2016. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)

NCJA Magazine went to Stanford University in Silicon Valley/Palo Alto for The 2016 Global Entrepreneur Summit (Cover Photo by Abenaah Nefertari)
PAGE Ambassadors tour the ‘GES Marketplace’ (Photo by Abenaah Nefertari)
NCJA’s Publisher pictured w/ Under Secretary Of State for Public Diplomacy & Public Affairs Richard Stengel

 

*Feature photo by Abenaah Nefertari

Meet The NCJA Game Changer Of The Month: #Belgian – #Rwandan #PerformingArtist @Stromae #NoCriticsJustArtists

Meet NCJA Game Changer Of The Month: #Congolese @Artist_BM #NoCriticsJustArtists

Meet The NCJA Game Changer Of The Month #Jazz #Master & 22-time #Grammy winner @ChickCorea #NoCriticsJustArtists

Game Changer(s) Of The Month – The @1MillionDance Studio in #Seoul #SouthKorea #NoCriticsJustArtists

Meet NCJA Game Changer Of The Month: #French #Mathematician #CédricVillani #NoCriticsJustArtists

What’s so sexy about math?” By Cédric Villani

Je suis né en 1973 à Brive-la-Gaillarde. Après mes études secondaires à Toulon et à Paris, j’ai approfondi les mathématiques à l’École Normale Supérieure à Paris, de 1992 à 1996, avant d’exercer quatre années supplémentaires dans cette institution en tant qu’agrégé préparateur (“caïman”).

En 1998, j’ai soutenu une thèse sur la théorie mathématique de l’équation de Boltzmann. Outre mon directeur de thèse Pierre-Louis Lions (Paris), j’ai été influencé par Yann Brenier (Nice), Eric Carlen (Rutgers, USA) et Michel Ledoux (Toulouse).

De 2000 à 2010, j’ai été enseignant-chercheur à l’École Normale Supérieure de Lyon, et maintenant à l’Université de Lyon. J’ai occupé des postes de professeur invité à Atlanta, Berkeley et Princeton.

Depuis 2009, je suis directeur de l’Institut Henri Poincaré à Paris; cet institut national, vieux de 80 ans, dédié à l’accueil de chercheurs invités, est au coeur même de la mathématique française.

Mon travail m’a valu plusieurs reconnaissances nationales et internationales, dont la médaille Fields, décernée lors de l’édition 2010 du Congrès International des Mathématiciens à Hyderabad (Inde), par la Présidente de l’Inde. Depuis lors j’ai rempli un rôle de porte-parole et ambassadeur pour la communauté mathématique française auprès des médias et des politiques.

Mes principaux thèmes de recherche sont la théorie cinétique (les équations de Boltzmann et Vlasov, et leurs variantes), et le transport optimal et ses applications, un domaine dans lequel j’ai écrit les deux ouvrages de référence : Topics in Optimal Transportation (2003); Optimal Transport, old and new (2008). Plus généralement, j’apprécie les sujets qui combinent plusieurs des thèmes suivants :

  • équations (aux dérivées partielles) d’évolution;

  • mécanique des fluides ;

  • mécanique statistique ;

  • théorie des probabilités ;

  • géométrie riemannienne “métrique” ;

  • inégalités fonctionnelles à contenu géométrique.

About feature image:                                                                                                            Le mathématicien français Cédric Villani dans son bureau de l’Institut Henri-Poincaré

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Meet NCJA Game Changer Of The Month: *New Age Photographer, #IvanForde #NoCriticsJustArtists

Forde Ivan 'Erratic Eyes'
Forde Ivan ‘Erratic Eyes’

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Check Out NCJA’s Game Changers’ Of The Month: *Los Carpinteros* #NoCriticsJustArtists

 

Los artistas Dagoberto Rodríguez (izquierda) y Marco Castillo, ante la acuarela 'Pabellón polen' durante la pasada Bienal de La Habana. Edu Bayer
Los artistas Dagoberto Rodríguez (izquierda) y Marco Castillo, ante la acuarela ‘Pabellón polen’ durante la pasada Bienal de La Habana. Edu Bayer

Feature image via ArtHag.COM

Check Out NCJA Game Changer of the Month: #African #American #Sculptor, #Installation & #Performance #Artist , #DavidHammons #NoCriticsJustArtists

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David Hammons (born 1943) is a sculptor, installation and performance African American artist from Springfield IL in the 1960's
David Hammons (born 1943) is a sculptor, installation and performance African American artist from Springfield IL in the 1960’s

Hammons yaard – Bliz-aard Ball Sale (1983), a performance piece in which Hammons situates himself alongside street vendors in downtown Manhattan in order to sell snowballs which are priced according to size.

About feature image:                                                                                                           David Hammons, “How Ya Like Me Now?,” 1988 (Photo: John Kennard)

David Hammons’s 1988 billboard-sized portrait of Jesse Jackson, the African-American civil rights activist and 1984 and ’88 Democratic presidential candidate, turns him caucasian, blonde and blue-eyed. The title, “How Ya Like Me Now?” (from the title of Kool Moe Dee’s 1987 rap) is scrawled across the painting’s bottom—defiantly questioning how race colors people’s opinions.

Meet NCJA Game Changer Of The Month: Glass Sculptor, #LuckyHoudek of #CzechRepublic #NoCriticsJustArtists

 

Meet NCJA Game Changers of the Month: Hip Hop Duo *Los Aldeanos { @al2yelb } from #CUBA #NoCriticsJustArtists

NCJA #GameChanger Of The Month: #Australian #Bass #Guitarist , @TalWilkenfeld #NoCriticsJustArtists

NCJA Game Changer of the Month: *Botanic Visual Artist, Duy Anh Nhan Duc ^Art Végétal^ #NoCriticsJustArtists

DANDELION

Sculpture végétale réalisée dans le cadre de la série Dandelion.

Grappe de raisins noirs, aigrettes de pissenlit, lotus, perles de verre, clous

Pavot, aigrettes de pissenlit, perles de verre, nacre, clous.

La série Dandelion est le fruit d’une rencontre créative entre la photographeIsabelle Chapuis et le plasticien végétal Duy Anh Nhan Duc. L’une passionnée de matière chrysalide, l’autre obsédé par le végétal, nulle surprise que leur première collaboration a donné vie à une création onirique autour d’un végétal insaisissable: le fragile pissenlit.

Publication dans RAISE Magazine #16 Light Issue, BLINK Magazine, Bon Fluidos Brésil, Design Magazine et DPI Magazine Taïwan.

[Vegetable sculpture made under the Dandelion series.

Cluster of black grapes, egrets dandelion, lotus, glass beads, nails

Poppy, dandelion egrets, glass beads, pearl, nails.

Dandelion The series is the result of a creative encounter between photographer Isabelle Chapuis and vegetable plastic Duy Anh Nhan Duc. The passionate chrysalis matter, the other obsessed with plants, no surprise that their first collaboration has given life to a dream-like setting around an elusive plant: the fragile dandelion.

Publication in RAISE Magazine Issue # 16 Light, BLINK Magazine, Good Fluidos Brazil Design Magazine and CIO Magazine Taiwan.]

  • Photographer : Isabelle Chapuis
  • Botanic artist : Duy Anh Nhan Duc
  • Stylist : Coline Peyrot
  • Hair : Chiao Chenet + Karine Walzack assisted by Mathieu Villalonga
  • Make up : Masaé Ito + Maki Ihara
  • Models : Charlie @ WM
  • Assistant vegetal : Olivia Brunet
  • 1st photo assistant : Denis Mareau
  • Second assistant : Alexis Pichot

Feature image by: Maximilien Franco

NCJA Game Changer of The Month: @FluxPavilion of London #NoCriticsJustArtists

Flux-Pavilion

Flux Pavilion

NCJA Game Changer Of The Month: The Versatile-Pro Cinematographer from Poland*, Maciej Tomków #NoCriticsJustArtists #Film #MotionArts

NCJA Game Changer Of The Month: American Jazz Musician & Post-Bop Leader, Charles Lloyd #NoCriticsJustArtists #Jazz #Saxophonist

“Music is in the fourth dimensional, its a miracle…”

American Jazz Musician, Charles Lloyd – Photo by Dorothy Darr

Feature Photo by PER Folkver via @politiken

Meet Brazilian ‘Hermes Brothers’ promoting Change* through music #NoCriticsJustArtists

O Hermes Brothers é uma causa que estimula uma nova atitude de dentro para fora para uma vida muito melhor. Confira as experiências aqui!

Hermes Brothers is a cause that stimulates a new attitude from the inside out for a much better life.

NCJA Game Changer of the Month: Mina Girgis @minagirgis of the *Nile Project @nileproject #NoCriticsJustArtists

The Nile Project is transforming the Nile conflict by inspiring, educating, and empowering an international network of university students to cultivate the sustainability of their ecosystem. The project’s model integrates programs in music, education, dialogue, leadership, and innovation to engage students across disciplines and geographies.

 

‘The Way You Make Me Feel’ An Oldie But Goodie by American R&B/Pop Legend, @michaeljackson #NoCriticsJustArtists

    

NCJA Game Changer of the Month, 歐陽靖 (Jin-Au Yeung B.K.A MC JIn) @iammcjin #NoCriticsJustArtists #iknowhim

Music does inspire! Meet NCJA Game Changers of the Month: @LandfillHarmoni #NoCriticsJustArtists

NCJA Game Changer of the Month: Polyglot, Ghana Native & German Scholar – Dr. Anton Wilhelm Amo #NoCriticsJustArtists

Dr. Amo’s Dissertation 

NCJA Game Changer of the Month; Michel de Nostredame B.K.A. Nostradamus #ArtInReflection #NoCriticsJustArtists

Nostradamus doubles as NCJA’s Book of the Month Author:

Les Propheties

Meet NCJA Game Changer of the Month; American Folk Musician & Performing Artist, @_KwesiK #NoCriticsJustArtists

Meet NCJA’s Game Changers’ of the Month ^THREE FOLD^ => Danish Composers: Per Nørgård, Poul Ruders & Carl Nielsen

Per Nørgård

Poul Ruders

Carl Nielsen

 

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Game Changer of the Month: *Blues Man – Paul J Miles @pauljmilesmusic @DetMusicAwards #NoCriticsJustArtists

Photo by Muriel Stern-Switzerland
Photo by Muriel Stern-Switzerland

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 VIEW Paule Miles nominations for the 2014 DMA’s 

2014 Detroit Music Awards

Blues Man, Paul J Miles

Game Changers’ of the Month: ‘The Silk Road Ensemble’ @silkroadproject ~A Y0-Y0 Ma Production #NoCriticsJustArtists

The Silk Road Ensemble
The Silk Road Ensemble Image by Max Wittaker

The Making of A Playlist Without Borders

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January Game Changers’ of the Month: @worldcupcinema An organization making major waves in 2014 #NoCriticsJustArtists

Introducing – a revolution in film festivals taking placeWCC14
this fall in Seoul, Korea.There are over a thousand film festivals happening world-wide every year, so what makes this one so special?
Well, here’s how it works:
This April WCC14 will begin accepting feature film submissions on Withoutabox from 193 countries in 8 regions of the world.
  • Fans will be able to view trailers for all of these on their website and iPhone/Android mobile apps and vote on the top 32 films they’d like to see.
  • In August, they will post the 32 features for the world to see and vote 16 films into the Quarter-Finals.
  • From October 10-12th, they’ll screen all 16 films in Seoul before festival-going fans and an international panel of celebrity judges, who will narrow the field down to 8. The voting for the Semi-Finals will be weighted 50% fans and 50% judges.
  • They’ll then invite the top two filmmakers for an all-expenses-paid trip to Seoul, where the judges will decide the World Champion of Cinema for 2014.
For filmmakers, WCC14 is an amazing opportunity to have their features seen world-wide by audiences and distributors, who will have a keen interest in the festival screenings because, for the first time ever, they will have hard numbers from three rounds of feedback on what audiences really want to see.
 So mark your calendars for this April, and we’ll see you in Seoul!
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November Game Changer of the Month, Matthew Chojnacki Releases 2nd book, Alternative Movie Posters: Film Art from the Underground @AltFilmArt #NoCriticsJustArtists

Author Photo (Dawn of the Dead Tee)

While you may be wondering (& hoping) that this artist personality matches his caricature image,  he’s certainly an imaginative art seeker who happens to be an author and numbers geek- to say the least. An art/pop culture artist powered by film and music, Chojnacki exposes the vast underground art scene of ‘Alternative Movie Poster’ creation.

Describing the artists featured in his newly released book [Alternative Movie Posters: Film Art from the Underground] as groundbreaking- No Critics considers Chojnacki as a groundbreaking artist as well, as those who shine light on artistry of unfamiliar art mediums & forms they themselves become some what of ‘ART-STORIANS’ (Artist + Historian =…) 🙂 Individuals like Matthew create massive art-addicted cult like cliques whose common interest are ‘unknown & underground art- Undiscovered-Untouched!

Stay tuned as this art evangelist (*Art Gospel of course) appears in documentaries and Pop Art exhibits in a town near you!

Enough of us being critical…

GO AHEAD AND DISCOVER! WE DARE YOU!!! 

Click title below to purchase Chojnacki’s newly released book

^Alternative Movie Posters:

Film Art from the Underground^

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“Alternative Movie Posters presents this eclectic medium through more than 200 posters from over 100 groundbreaking artists (hailing from 20 countries), coupled with fascinating commentary and behind-the-scenes information.”

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October Game Changer of the Month* Brandon Bain of @capsulocity {dot com} #NoCriticsJustArtists

New to the game, is a humble ‘Cool-Hep Cat’ (Yes-Hep!) by the way of Brooklyn, New York. And by the game, we mean, the ‘Modern Art Movement’ scene. Vocalist & CAPSULOCITY founder, Brandon Bain has blended new media and the richness of classic Jazz; resulting in a ‘ fresh-new’ variety video series entitled; CAPSULOCITY [bridging both eras together.]

The series features emerging Jazz artists from New York.

While many music geared video series, now days, lose its sizzle just after a few months from monotonous content, CAPSULOCITY has a niche that can make its copycats think twice about trying to duplicate. “That’s Killin’ is the segmented niche CAPSULOCITY will host to separate themselves from the rest, the segment will feature artist within the same genre (Jazz) performing an unrehearsed piece.

“It’s just a raw and great moment!”

Magic happens. It an exclusive, unrehearsed moment. That’s what Capsulocity is about.”

-Brandon Bain

JazzCap Interview Series airs Wednesdays 

That’s Killin’ airs Fridays

Capsulocity Presents airs Saturdays 

Left Image: Elliot Mason (Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra) and Brad Mason (Christian McBride Big Band, Diana Ross) a.k.a. “The Mason Brothers” will appear soon on Capsulocity.  Right image: Tivon Pennicott and Troy Roberts, two top-notch saxophone players will duet on the “That’s Killin’ Vol. 2” series.
*BE SURE TO SUPPORT THIS GAME CHANGER & HIS MODERN ART MOVEMENT.
Follow Brandon Bain on Twitter:
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All images are courtesy of CAPSULOCITY.com 

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Game Changers @UnlocktheTruth3 ; uniquely changing the game* #NoCriticsJustArtists

Check out these youngsters’ journey  

 

Game Changer* @Capsulocity a Variety Web Series, claiming to “Capture the ‘NEW’ era of Jazz in New York City” #NoCriticsJustArtists

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*CAPSULOCITY, established on April 30th, 2012 (INTERNATIONAL NATIONAL JAZZ DAY)  is a Variety Web Series claiming to “Capture the new ‘era of Jazz in New York City.” Founder and Vocalist, Brandon Bain has a very unique story of its beginnings…

Watch Capsulocity’s segment of THAT’S KILLIN’, EPISODE SEVEN w/ Christian Sands & Kris Bowers:

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Female Conductor, @marinalsop makes history* #NoCriticsJustArtists

Just a few weeks ago, Marin Alsop made significant *history, by being the 1st Woman Conductor to host the ‘Last Night of the Proms’ in its 118-year.

Marin Alsop

To top it all off! Marin Alsop is on TOUR * Click here for dates

 

Game Changer===> William Onyeabor #NigerianFunk #WorldPlayer #NoCriticsJustArtists

William Onyeabor is a funk musician from Nigeria making BIG waves -> don’t forget to share the music love 🙂

Semi-Oldie but Goodie @macklemore ‘s #ThriftShop #NoCriticsJustArtists

Watch Macks’ hottest track- “Thrift Shop” below:

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New Music Alert!!! @mateo ‘How Good Is Your Love’ #NoCriticsJustArtists

FOR THE LATEST – visit MATEO ONLINE

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New Music Alert!!! Have you heard of @TheBasementJaxx #NOCRITICSJUSTARTISTS

This British Electronic Dance-Music Duo coined the name, “Basement Jaxx” from a nightclub in their hometown of Brixton, London UK. Starting a career in the late 1990’s, Basement Jaxx’  Simon Ratcliffe and Felix Buxton have found a sound to their liking that many identifies as, “UK Garage-Big Beat/House. Recently releasing some new eye candy for their latest single, “What A Difference Your Love Makes,” the duo is making big waves this time around.

Check out the video featuring:

Main Pantsula Dancers and Brothers: Donald Phasha and Envent Mdluli &

Leaders of Pantsula dancers: Zakhele Nkosi, Lebogang Sediane, Sandile Ngqulunga, Bafana Binda, Zenzile Ngulunga, Tebogo Nkosi, Tshepo Matlou, Nkululeko Gwala, Ofentse Baloyi, Sipho Zulu, Nkosana Modtse

No Critics personal favorite is an older release form the duo, entitled: “Good Luck” Ft. Lisa Kekaula from THE BELL RAYS 

Visual/Motion Artists Spotlight @Shot_Selection @midasmgmt @TAD313 #NoCriticsJustArtist

Here we are, half way through 2013* How has the year been treating YOU thus far!

Apparently being a performing, visual and motion/graphic artist has became big business! Here on No Critics we love to highlight artists who are influencing, promoting and showcasing other artists. So in the essence of motion and imagery advocacy we give you just a taste of  artistic Professionals who promote art for a living.

http://shot-selection.com

http://www.midasmgmt.com

http://www.taddetroit.com

 

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MERRY CHRISTMAS from @iAM_PRINCETON & #NoCritics! @JustArtists

Yes… We’ve featured this young #GameChanger on the site already, but we wanted to share the Christmas spirit* So Merry Christmas to you and your family!

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Macy Gray has put the stank* on it!

Music’s new *Global Brand successor, @psy_oppa is topping all charts, including @billboard #NoCriticsJustArtists

If you haven’t heard of PSY than you’ve probably been living under an enormous rock! PSY has literally taken BRANDING to new heights. Recently featured on the cover of Billboard, PSY seems to have fans crazed all over the globe with his infectious dance moves. The article features  information about K-POP’s ‘Music Factories’ and PSY’s  ultimate breakout into the music scene.

…And if you still haven’t the slightest idea of who we are referring to – watch his 500,000,000 + viewed music video entitled; GANGNAM STYLE (강남스타일) M/V

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Game Changer @iAM_PRINCETON is R&B’s next super Prince #NoCriticsJustArtists

With only a few years in the industry, classically trained Princeton has already shared the stage with some of the best.  From the likes of Trey Songz to Rick Ross and mentoring Hip Hop artist, Big Sean, Princeton is a musical artist on the rise to greatness in hopes to changing the ‘music game’ completely.

The Princeton Music Group’ recently released a video covering Usher Raymond’s, “Climax” BEWARE: Talent is overwhelming!!!

Watch below:

@TheXFactorUSA contestant, @RealPandaRoss lights up the stage with her personality in hopes to fulfill her dreams #NoCriticsJustArtists

You can tell Panda Ross waited her entire life for this moment! Singing an unforgettable rendition of Sam Cook’s “Bring It On Home to Me” ( on The X Factor) Panda, a 42-year-old from Dallas, Texas wowed audiences with her “legendary voice” as stated by Simon.

Before performing, she admitted that she busted out of the hospital, after being admitted for seven days for pneumonia, to audition. Seems to be the familiar story of those who are chasing their dreams to do something out of the ordinary. Unfortunately, Ms. Ross had to be rushed to the hospital immediately after her audition.

Looks like there’s another #GameChanger amongst the music industry- but we’re ‘No Critics… Just highlighting amazing Artists!’ Oh! Ms. Ross most certainly has ‘The X Factor’

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NEW MUSIC ALERT!!! @_Passalacqua_ #Detroit ‘s #Rap #Astronauts’ new #EyeCandy #NoCriticsJustArtists

    Who said #Detroit lost its soul! “Rap Astronauts” from Detroit, Michigan => Mister and  Blacksmith has definitely found their niche in this ever evolving, unpredictable music industry. With wordplay that surpasses all preconceived trash talking Hip Hop – an unique dynamic duo is easy on the ears & the mind.

          With the album coming out October 5, 2012 (‘BOSS RADIO’ & DETROIT J’), its fair to say that these two hip/youngsters will NOT go unnoticed when judgement day arrives. If you love good music of any form – support what you love and the spread #MusicLove

 We all love a good deal!

So head over to: PASSALACQUA.COM to name your price!

We call this “DARE TO PLACE IN A GENRE TYPE ‘A’ MUSIC!”

Talking about reppin’ your hood* Passalacqua reps hard!

Filming their latest video in Detroit and sporting ‘FAYGO’ like it’s an accessory.

Check out “Been A Minute” below:

NEW MUSIC ALERT! @MissyElliott ” #Triple Threat ” & ” #Ninth Inning ” #NoCriticsJustArtists

After seven years in hiatus, Missy Elliot has been giving the public bits and pieces of her newly anticipated album. Finally sneaked backed on the scene with “Triple Threat” and “Ninth Inning,” Missy has came back like she never left.

“How many of yall’ got a catalog this long! Don’t worry – I’ll wait”  -Missy

    Both Missy and Timberland has been an incomparable dynamic duo, and yet they set sail again for another, soon to be *classic collaboration. In the Youtube audio/visual below Missy gives us “Ninth Inning” and “Triple Threat” – two rock hard, beats of lyricism tracks off her unreleased album.

…No critics at all, just artists