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Yes, youtube is down.

Hello my Youtube patrons, why is youtube down? Was it hacked? Did it crash? Did the server blow? Are there no backup systems? How can a multi-trillion dollar company not have its own backup city of computers on the moon? It’s youtube, youtube is bigger than all the network TV’s combined? Naw, just kidding, but I do want to say one thing.

Look at how we as a species depend on something like youtube, a virtual center to be the center of our world. What happens to the millions of people making a living using youtube to pay bills, car notes, mortgages etc. Can you imagine what will happen to the economy if youtube was down permanently? Or what about even facebook? Instagram or snapchat? Would humanity survive?

We as a human race need to truly consider these types of things, what skills do you have to continue to thrive even if youtube fold under and all digital networks and media crash, do you have a tangible skill, painting, construction, sales.

Now, while youtube is I’m sure only temporarily down, now is the time to consider what will I do if it all falls down, can I survive? That’s the millennial question of 2019.

Let’s use youtube for what it’s made for, simply a platform to direct a buyer or prospect to your goods, training, guidance or direction.

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Best Female R&B Singer from Detroit

Best New Female R&B Singer from Detroit

This fresh new female singer-songwriter Knobele‘ (pronounced Noble) is considered to be one of the best and hottest female R&B singers emerging from today’s music industry! She’s also considered to be the Hottest Female R&B Singer In Detroit!

How do we know this, because she is not only a true and passionate R&B singer, but she also writes all of her own lyrics and has mastered it in such a way that her music will not only inspire you and touch your soul, but it will also encourage you and keep your body dancing, moving and romancing! They are brilliant!

She tells her stories in such a way of pure honesty, that the lyrics grab you and pull you in for a deeper understanding! A deeper connection to Knobele‘. It’s like she takes you on her journey! She has a way of writing what she is feeling in such a way that makes sense to you, me and anyone who listens!

I have truly had the pleasure of hearing some remarkable and beautiful music and Knobele’s presence will put you in the mind of “Glamour”  “Mysterious” and “Beautiful”

The girl has a future “Diana Ross Glow” about her, once you set eyes on her, you will not be able to take them off of her. She has those eye too, there is something about those eyes! You want to know more and more. I cannot wait until her music is available for us all to download and stream from digital outlets like iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, Apple and more!

Just like the late beautiful Aaliyah, Knobele‘ stands out from the crowd! It’s almost like she walked off the page of Vogue or Elle magazine, she’s a true Cover Girl in every sense of the word. Her music and sound is the icing on the cake for those who have the chance to get a taste of what she has cooked up for the world to relish! She is definitely the hottest female r&b artist in Detroit and I see her as being the hottest new female r&b artist in this industry!

It is fascinating to be a part of this magnificent shift in music, the rebirth of R&B starts here and now. The music world has missed this form of R&B complex but simply pure music since the 90’s! Artist like Ella Mai and H.E.R are making a foothold in this R&B genre as well.

We all yearn for this! The industry is missing and needing REAL music, REAL emotions, Real life lessons of pain, joy, harmony and overcoming and standing in complete confidence of self!  Knobele‘ gives you every ounce of this with passion, desire, love, beauty, poise, and pure soul!


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New Female R&B Artist from Detroit 2018 | Knobele’

There is finally a new female R&B recording artist on the rise. She goes by her inheritance name Knobele. I’ve been looking all over the internet trying to find who’s the next up and coming female R&B artist from Detroit and came up with nothing. I found this very interesting. Because as I’ve done a search for female rap artist from Detroit I came up with many, Kash Doll, Queen Monkeei a.k.a Beatrix Kiddo, Molly Brazy, Southwest Mook, Dej Loaf and many others. Now to me personally that’s scary. You see this is Motown. The birthplace of the original divas of the music industry. So many came from Detroit, Diana Ross, Gladys Knight, Aretha Franklin, Anita Baker, CeCe Winans, The Clark Sisters and now nobody?

This seems very strange to me. So I ask the question does there even exist a female singer in Detroit? There is not a singer female artist with enough talent to be heard? Have they all vanished? Can no one sing? I was involved in a project where Holland Dozier Holland attempted to launch a new style Supremes.

This group was called Forshe’. I was the sole music producer with others adding their flavors such as Amp Fiddler, Keeny Flav, and a few others and Paul Hill was the sole producer of Forshe’s project. Everyone thought this would be the one, the next big thing coming from Detroit that was from a women’s point of musical viewpoint. But unfortunately, the girls all had different ideas in the direction they think they should have gone and ultimately everyone fell apart leaving yet another gaping whole yet to be filled by the next female somebody.


Well recently there has been quite a buzz roving around about this new female r&b artist from Detroit named Knobele’ and as thus far I’ve been hearing really good things about this artist. Her story reminds me very much of what I’ve been hearing about Eminem before he broke out on the scene. I’ve always heard about him and how great and talented he was, and that he was a young white male rapper, but no one has ever heard his music until of course, he clicked up with Dr. Dre’ and then we all understood why he was so talented.

Well so goes our new Detroit Diva Knobele’, so far we’ve never heard of her music, but we’ve been seeing her everywhere, which only raise anticipation and expectations on who and where is this person soon to rise and release us all of our void of beautiful soulful R&B bliss that we’ve all been deprived of for many years. I’ve done a search and all I could find was her logo, so I will continue to look for our very own Detroit made Knobele.



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Best New Female Rapper From Detroit | Queen Monkeei

Queen Monkeei | New Next Female Rap Artist From Detroit | “Bricks” Music Video 2018 “Beatrix Kiddo


When I first encountered Queen Monkeei, I was surprised when she told me she rapped. This was because her tone was soft, her persona was extremely mild. Like a calm and quieting brewing storm. And to me this is what completely separates Queen from the rest of Detroit’s female rap movement. She’s tough, as any other male or female born and raised in the D, but her tough was very different to me.

It’s like a Godfather tough. You can tell her intelligence in her manner as she speaks to you and how she respects and observe your space and position, as would the Godfather. The Godfather would always respect a man, just so long as this man like wise return the gesture. But we all know what happens if you turn on The GF.

I met The Queen of Detroit at an Open Mic on E. Warren at The Club Royalty. I asked her and her colleagues to participate in a commercial we was filming on behalf of Open Mic Nights “I Am Dope” presented by Flex Ya Skillz Ent. With his daughter Taij B. as a second host and headliner of the shows. Queen Monkeei’s vibe was as if she was just a fan, until she told me she was performing as well. But like all new comers she was one of the last to perform.

Most people were leaving, of course because most Detroiters miss supporting each other after they receive all the support they need. Anyway I decided to stay, and boy I’m glad I did. Her performance was shocking. Not to just me, but to the entire audience. Her humble appearance, and even the way she presented the song on stage was displayed in a way where she was not to sure if her performance was going to be good or not. But The Queen had as all psyched out!!!

What I loved about Queen Monkeei was her demeanor. She got this tough kid next door vibe that would never pick a fight or bully you, but if someone ever tried you she would bring that pit bull part of her out and respond accordingly. You’d never think she was tough on the outset, but her words, and the way she used them had so much passion, truth, grit, reality and pain behind it you felt it and you knew it was real. You find yourself feeling drawn to it because of the authenticity of it. It felt like you knew her your whole life, her bounce, her lingo, her slang, they way she says her rhymes with character, intrigue and authority.

Her choice of beats and production, the music she decided to rhyme to even compliments the whole creation.

Queen Monkeei’s creativity is through the roof. Coming from Detroit as a female rapper ain’t easy. You really gotta fight hard to win over the ears of a hardened city guy, but with her, it’s no effort. After her performance the crowd gave her a loud round of applause. Now keep in mind, this is Detroit, WE DON’T CARE ABOUT NOOOOOOBODY!!!! And yet, this mild manner, quiet toned round away girl, came, rocked, shook us woke and helped us to recognize, there’s truly a new and satisfying female rap artist on the rise from Detroit.

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