Friday, February 24, 2017

Barbara the Cuntry Cleaning interviews CANDICE NORWOOD of H 2Our F.A.M.I.L.Y.



TONIGHT (Feb. 24th) at 9:00 PM EST Barbara the Cuntry Cleaning Lady will interview Candice Norwood of H 2Our F.A.M.I.L.Y. and one of industry professionals behind the scenes making it happen for the HEAR THA UNHEARD movement and compilation.  The name of the interview special is titled WELCOME TO THE CUNTRY and listeners will be able to hear the interview at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/podcastsondemand/2017/02/25/welcome-to-the-cuntry-barbara-interview-with-candice-norwood or by streaming from their phones by calling 516 387 1219.

Celebrity Publicist Michelle Magee cosigns HEAR THA UNHEARD Compilation


Celebrity publicist Michelle Magee (who has worked with artists such as Waka Flocka, Ludacris, Mr. Cheeks and more) had some great things to say about the HEAR THA UNHEARD VOL. 2 compilation after listening, this is what she had to say.



HEAR THA UNHEARD VOL. 2 The Superstitious Version has anxious fans on the edge of their seats. The compilation gives a nice variety of sounds from various artists. It is sure to please the ears of the most discerning listeners. - Michelle Magee

INDEED INDEED!  Make sure you listen to the compilation for yourself at this direct link

Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Wednesday, February 8, 2017

NEW Facebook Group for HEAR THA UNHEARD

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Now fans and viewers can get more acquainted with the artists featured in the HEAR THA UNHEARD Compilation series by joining the official facebook group for the movement!  Check it out here at the link below.
https://www.facebook.com/groups/1258173417610977

Cezar Godbody (Bio)




          James Cole better known as  Cezar Godbody was born Aug. 6th 1985 in Los Angeles California. Fighting from birth Cezar was born to a crack addicted mother. Up until the age of 6 Cezar counted on his father to take care of him and provide all necessary things for survival. Cezars father did whatever necessary to provide for him, selling drugs being his main source of income. "Me and my momma would go down to skid row and pick up my dad's money and bring him more drugs, I remember my daddy feeding the homeless while he was down there, he had strong morals and beliefs from his Trinidadian and Tobago roots." "I remember my dad buying me jewelry and game systems and my momma would go pawn them for drugs, I was angry and hurt, I still to this day hold resentment towards my birth mother." At the young age of six Cezar's father was sent to the penitentiary on a domestic case, "I felt so alone, my daddy was my rock, he made me feel special and loved, he made up for everything my birth mother lacked." At just 6yrs old Cezar started  running the streets from bagging groceries to stealing and  selling drugs Cezar did what he had to in order to take care of himself, "I did what I had to do, my daddy couldn't take care of me anymore, my momma was in and out of crack houses there was days I couldn't tell you where she was. I remember asking to sleep at a friend's I was about 8 at the time, my momma said I could go for the night but when I came home the next day she wasn't there, I waited two days for her to come home but she never did, after that I went back to my friends house, I would check every day and night but she wasn't there, I didn't see her again for a month." Cezars father came back in his life for a short time after being released from the penitentiary, Cezar felt complete again having his daddy home. At the age of 9 Cezars father was deported from the states on a case he caught, cezars world again shattered. At the age of 9 Cezar was removed from his mother's care by the police and given to his grandmother. "Even tho Father God Allah sent me an Angel aka my grandmother I still went thru my own personal trials and tribulations on my way to becoming a man, from gang banging to drugs and doing time in the pen myself, you name it I did it." Cezar wrote his first rap at the age of thirteen, from the ages of 13-26 Cezar would freestyle at parties and also wrote music never taking it to serious until loosing his son in 2011, between the death of his son and reconnecting with his father that's when Cezar got serious about music. "I went and served my last bid from 2012-2015, I went and turned myself in with the mind set that the only one who can change my life is me. I remember when people didn't think I could do this by myself, MadReal (a producer) said I shouldn't put out music that sounds like this, but still didn't bother to offer me any help, he never been in my shoes, that's why I don't listen to people who never done it." Cezar continues making and writing music, with assistance from Legion Beats, Dramatic Beats, Pilot Gang Media Group is poised to have a nice 2017 "Do'ers do, and try'ers keep failing" strapped with an adroit skill set to win and a willingness to sacrifice Cezar is set out to win.

Meet MARCO CALIPH from the HEAR THA UNHEARD Compilation



Marco Caliph of Chicago Illinois plans, organizes, directs, and monitors: MarcoCaliph. A Silver Lining of Business Management with a devout passion for philanthropy. He is a board member and advisor of businesses and organizations geared towards uplifting and industrious acts. Marco Caliph is also the manager of  Greezy Gang, in which helped Don Mealz Entertainment and h2Our F.A.M.I.L.Y United by contributing and donating their track “Good Ol Days” for the Hear the Unheard Vol.2 compilation.