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Love this new song: Jack In The Box with Riff Raff, Jonathan Hay and Ranna Royce @jonathanhaycelebrity @rannaroyce @jodyhighroller https://soundcloud.com/jonathanhaycelebrity/jack-in-the-box-feat-riff-raff #riffraff #jackinthebox #jonathanhay #rannaroyce #thehoodlumball #edm #dancehall #smithandhay
HNHH posted the following:
Crooked has dropped off a new single, which finds him opening up about one of his most costly vices – infidelity. Over a swing-heavy beat from Smith and Hay, as well as Persian producer Ranna Royce, Crooked looks to himself and delivers an honest confessional. “Let me tell my story, this is how it goes,” raps Crooked, in the opening bars. “I met my soulmate but I never got rid of my hoes, late night text turn to late night sex with my ex, she said I know you got a woman just don’t bring her to your shows.”
Direct link for “Homewrecker” on HotNewHipHop:
Read about the new single “Jack in the Box” with Riff Raff’s on Baller Alert.
Mike Smith and Jonathan Hay aka Smith and Hay have a feature story in The Huffington Post.
“Running a successful music agency Smith and Hay Mike Smith and Jonathan Hay are living the dream of many youngsters – the life of a celebrity. But it didn’t happen in one day; it’s been a journey of hard work right from the start. Having worked with some of the biggest names in the industry, and building catalog of over 400 songs with millions of streams, Smith and Hay have gained new heights in their career.” – Vicky Law, The Huffington Post
Smith and Hay release their debut album Jazz
Grammy Award winning Jerry Hey played on Jazz, which was a great asset to the album. Hey has played on Michael Jackson’s “Off The Wall”, “Thriller”, and “Bad”. Hey also played on albums by Quincy Jones, Chaka Khan, Dolly Parton, Donna Summer, George Benson, Earth Wind & Fire, Average White Band, Herbie Hancock, Paul McCartney, Rod Stewart, Stevie Nicks, Elton John and many more.
In addition to Jerry Hey, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member Jerome “Bigfoot” Brailey also played with Smith and Hay on Jazz. Brailey was a drummer of Parliament-Funkadelic and co-wrote one of their biggest hits “Give up The Funk”.
“Can’t Help Falling In Love” with Iliana Eve and Benny Reid (from Concord Music Group) is expected to be the single.
Smith and Hay are featured in Adweek– the second-largest advertising-trade publication. Adweek covers creativity, client–agency relationships, global advertising, accounts in review, and new campaigns.
Read the full story here:
With over 5 Million sales and counting, Nappy Roots is back with their upcoming release “The Pursuit of Nappyness” on June 15th 2010 with assistance from a PR campaign by Jonathan Hay Publicity.
UPDATE: Nappy University is out right now and it’s hosted by DJ Smallz. Downlonad the free mixtape here.
Make sure you check out the exclusive interview we did with AOL/Spinner for SXSW. You can read that below.
More exciting news… Make sure you check out Big V aka Vito Banga from Nappy Roots as he was just recognized by XXL Magazine for having one of the best voices in rap! What an honor!!!
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