DeuceEllis Releases Lead Single “Acid Motorcycle” via Choon HQ [SINGLE]

Deuce Ellis has already made a fan out of Grammy-winner Alicia Keys. A fan of his lyrics, Keys is one of the many who adores what Deuce does with his hip-hop meets Motown meets all-around great sound. A sound that can soon be heard on his upcoming collaborative release  with Sanity titled Murder of Crows, and within the confines of his solo lead single, “Acid Motorcycle.”

An artist and producer, Deuce Ellis has toured across the country performing music and poetry independently. Selling thousands of copies of his albums and his book BLVCK XMAS, along the way. His now infamous “Cult Classics” merchandise line can be seen everywhere from independent films like the award-winning  The Dunning Man to the video for the Joey Badass and Kirk Knight collaboration “5 Minutes.” All of the above and then some has led to Deuce being featured on 2 Dope Boyz, All Hip Hop and SOHH.

After spending a year in Hawaii and then in L.A. redefining himself and sound, Deuce is currently residing in Brooklyn and looking to take his career to new heights. A new sound that comes on the collaborative Murder of Crows and the solo single, “Acid Motorcycle.” Both of which will drop before the end of 2018. The album release will be followed by the official Acid Motorcycle Tour. Just when one thought that was enough to have on Deuce’s plate, he also has a new label and studio being constructed, as well as executive producing the label project Cult Classics Vol. 1 coming this winter.

Check out the track here: https://choon.co/tracks/38pomo1mjj/acid-motorcycle-

Youtube links

https://youtu.be/b2HTxpaFh-0

https://youtu.be/UWcf58o13uE

About:

Deuce Ellis is a Brooklyn-based rapper with not only a new solo single entitled “Acid Motorcycle” on the horizon but a tour by the same name as well as a new collaborative album with Sanity, Murder of Crows, out soon.

Contact:

Cult Classics LLC.

Deuce Ellis

347-497-2619

CultClassicsLLC@gmail.com

Links:

Official Site: http://www.DeuceEllis.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CultClassicsLLC/

Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/deuceellis

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#womenwithgoals June 2018 Success Feature – Rhonda J. Lowe of BuffaLowe PR, Flagrant City + Rhonda Jane [Interview]

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Thank you to Women With Goals for selecting and interviewing me for their June 2018 Success Feature.  Sometimes it’s hard not being recognized for you efforts and strides in your career field, mines being journalism, entertainment media and PR.  It was extremely refreshing to be highlighted and acknowledged, in addition to being able to share my experiences with others.

To view the full interview, please take a moment to visit the #WWG website here: https://women-with-goals.org/sf/rlowe/

-BuffaLowe

Dirty Logan Entertainment presents Got Loganberry dropping on 7/16 | Sponsored by Jenesis Magazine, BuffaLowe PR & Flagrant City [Mixtape]

Dirty Logan Entertainment presents Got Loganberry the Mixtape dropping on 7/16 @ 7:16pm EST!!!

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So EZ – Take A Chance Directed by DJ Slim Gus [VIDEO]

Brand new visual release by my boy So EZ, Cleveland representa, by way of my hometown Buffalo, NY, called “TAKE A CHANCE” just dropped!!!  The video was sponsored by EZ’s Sangria brand, Sangriafive – go check it out, its an amazing recipe guaranteed for the exquisite fade at every function you hit!

The ladies switch roles w/ the fellas on this one!
Director: @iamslimgus
Creative Director: @laythemedgeslayton
Starring 🌟🎬:
@ceecee_rei
@nataysia_
@e_babii_
@x_effloresce
@zaymonaephotography
@oh_la_livia
@joywokeaf
@jimmyhustle
@thisisulysses

Shouts to EZ and Slim Gus for inviting myself (@buffalowe_) and my boo @chan_420 for the dope cameo with us that fly ass Federal Agents and Good Ol’ Dank merch you can cop exclusively at ShopRhondaJane.com!!!

Stream the brand new 4-track EPSOEZSUNDAYS, which contains the hit single “Take a Chance” on Apple Music, Spotify and more!

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Around LA: The Renaissance with @joythedrummer & @DJShiva at @losglobos [Oct 10th]

Tonight!!! The Renaissance Residency with Venzella Joy & DJ Shiva kicks off this evening, Tuesday, Oct 10th, 2017 at Los Globos!


Doors open at 8pm, Show starts at 9pm! Get tickets here: http://www.ticketfly.com/event/1570473-renaissance-los-angeles/
According to Joy herself, “Shiva is one of the dopest DJ’s I’ve ever heard and we’re curating a series of shows where we’ll be performing together every other week and featuring artists.  Come experience the pioneer show of #TheRenaissance here in LA!!!” 

It’s all happening TONIGHT!!!!  10•10•17!||| $5 with RSVP|||

Interview with Lindsey Taylor

Lindsey Taylor is a buffalo native that started Crown ENT back in 2007, and has since then developed and worked on large projects such as Ballin’ For a Cause, and most recently the Beau Fleuve Music and Arts Festival
We caught up with him to see how he feels about his personal growth, how he finds balance between it all, his views on leadership and more. 

M- Marielle ,LT- Lindsey Taylor 

M: How do you feel about your progress over the past decade? – from Balling for a Cause, Crown ENT, and most recently Beau Fleuve Music and Arts Festival. 

LT: I feel good because I was able to show growth over the past year.- that I am not one dimensional, to be able to host multidimensional events, to see how far we come, to be able to inspire young entrepreneurs and creators , to open doors for others and venues. I feel real happy with my growth.

M: Have you been able to fulfill the goals you set for yourself 10 years ? Are you where you projected yourself to be?

LT: Yes. When I started I wanted parties to be the stepping stone into doing a variety of events. I never wanted to be known and labeled as just the party promoter. Crown ENT. and parties were the foundation. I wrote goals down in notebooks – I still find some of them in old notebooks and then I would write an outline for how I wanted to execute it. I’ve been working on Beau Fleuve for two years now.

And I have made most of those, may have not hit it all the way, but to be able to see that can achieve the concept and that it is possible. 

M: did any of those goals change for you ? 

LT: things always change, I’ve wrote ideas down and went a different course with it completely. 
M: How do you focus between your projects and your personal life and family? 

LT: I’m still working on finding balance between life and projects and myself. This is currently my number one goal : to dedicate one day to my family with my phone off, just time to unplug. I’ve been burnt out physically, mentally. 

Constantly working makes your work go stale . 
Like when I took my daughter to Disney World for vacation I was watching how Disney operates: their team, their influence, how they were with guest. 

 

There was a time when something was wrong with our car and before we could go to ask for help someone was there taking care of it . 

M: wow. That leads well into my next question: What is your organizing/ planning process : do you focus more energy into work you team is doing, the work you do yourself, or strive to find balance between both ? 

LT: I’m working with distributing responsibilities to team members and building team members up so that they can be those representatives of myself. 
So that when problems occur people can go to them and they solve it instead of running me for everything. 
I wanted it to be that the answer my team member gives is the exact same thing I would say if asked.- so that if I Lindsey leave my event it would still run perfectly . 

M: How would you describe the impact you’ve had local art scene ? What lasting influence do you want to leave ? 

LT: I have always incorporated music in my events- from party promoting with Crown ENT and getting in contact with MCs and local musicians, balling for a cause I always incorporated music into that as well, I did cyphers for local rappers and over the years I’ve built relationships with a lot of artists. Now I want learn more about new artists and gain more lasting relationships. 
On last influence:

We want artists to be able to come to us and use our platform to benefit all of us, we want to be able to pioneer these ideas. With basketball people are looking it ( balling for a cause) all over the world – we get contacted from teams from Canada and Africa inquiring about it. We want to be the staple representative of this brand. 

M: what impact does your political views and association have in any of your projects? 

LT: I keep politics separate from events and projects. (I) show support in different ways. I don’t center or align with just one political party or candidate. We do have good relationships with some figures that have shown interest and been involved with some of our events. 

  
M: how do you deal with diversity? 

LT: diversity is one of my biggest things. I was born and raised in the city and attended school with people of all different backgrounds. I want to reach a diverse background of people – black, white, Asian, all people. I want to build relationships across all races. 

One of the big things with Beau Fleuve was to have as much diversity as possible, we had country, rock , hip hop, we could’ve easily just did a hip hop show, but I wanted diversity. 
In fact, this past year one of my friends invited me to a country concert and I had the best experience even though I only knew like two song, it was one of the best shows I’ve ever been to . 

M: What should people be on the look out from you ? Any upcoming projects that you can share with us ? 

LT: We are currently working on the Beau Fleuve Foundation to give back to youth arts, create scholarships and making Beau Fleuve into a Mega Festival 
M: That sounds Awesome ! Any closing statements, last words .. 

LT: Shout out to Rhonda to always being supportive, she’s great. It takes all of us coming together every aspect of media, promoters, artists and working together. Pulling together. 

#AroundBuffaLowe: @SalonTalkPod LIVE [Sept 1st]

You asked & They delivered!!  Salon Talk Live will be held on Sept 1st @ Babeville (on Delaware across from The Waiting Room) 

Tickets are just $11.00!!!
Link to purchase here: http://ticketweb.com/t3/sale/SaleEventDetail?dispatch=loadSelectionData&eventId=7615255&pl=tw2015us

Don’t forget to checkout BuffaLowe on Episode 16 with the ladies!!!
http://salontalkpodcast.com/blog/index.php/2016/12/22/episode-16-rhonda-lowe/