Hakeem Prime – Want You

Hakeem Prime – Want You

Hakeem Prime is a rapper, singer, songwriter and producer from Smyrna, Georgia.

The creative Hakeem Prime took off in his career with his 2016 single, Slip Up. With the success of this single (that has so far amounted almost 2,000,000 views on YouTube alone, he took that same energy to the stage, opening for the likes of T.I.E-40Russ & XXXTENTACION. Hakeem Has played at a host of highly regarded venues, such as; The Room Concert House/ Knitting Factory/ The Revolution Concert House/House of blues /Rio Club GA/ to name a few In exploration of his creativity Hakeem began to work on his new EP entitled “Signs”, planned to release in 2018.

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Creating Chant #68

Creating Chant #68

Creating Chant #68
Jeremy showed up at the studio one day, saying he thought of a great melody on the way here. We recorded just him and his guitar. I said it sounded like a chant. Within a half hour I came up with the lyrics, and in a three-hour session we had the whole song mapped out. Tommy Kelly is the singer, Jeremy Bates playing guitars, Tommy Whiteman on drums, and Matt Blocher playing keyboards Chant #68 came into being.

Chant #68 Lyrics

Hey, hey, hey
We’re in the world
Hey, hey, hey
of many dances.

Hey, hey, hey
Living the life
Hey, hey, hey
of many trances.
Here we go . . .

Hey, hey, hey
Climbing a tree
Hey, hey, hey
Of many branches.

Hey, hey, hey
It’s all about
Hey, hey, hey
Our frail chances.
Here we go . . .

Hey, hey, hey
We’re in the world
Hey, hey, hey
of many dances.

Hey, hey, hey
Living the life
Hey, hey, hey
of many trances.

Hey, hey, hey
Something about the future:

Hey, hey, hey
It always reaches into the past.

Here we go:

Hey, hey, hey
Something about the future:

Hey, hey, hey
It always reaches into the past.
Here we go now:

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Ward Kelley owner of Wardco Studios Bio
Ward Kelley has seen his stories and poems appear in hundreds of journals worldwide. He is a three-time Pushcart Prize nominee whose publication credits include such journals as: Plainsongs, Karamu, Another Chicago Magazine, Strange Horizons, Spillway, GSU Review, Rattle, The Chaffin Journal, Midstream, Zuzu’s Petals, Ginger Hill, Sunstone, Pif, Whetstone, Melic Review, Thunder Sandwich, Potpourri and Skylark. The recipient of the Nassau Review Poetry Award for 2001, Kelley is also the author of “histories of souls,” a poetry collection, and he has an epic poem, “comedy incarnate” on CD and CD ROM.

Kelley holds a Masters of Creative Writing. He published two novels “Divine Murder” and “Keenly Alive, Tony.” He also published two management theory books, “Warehouse Productivity” (2005Distribution Group, New York NY), and “Zen of Warehouse Management” (2005Distribution Group, New York NY), under the name Pat Kelley.

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Chant #68 Added to For The Love of Bands Playlist

Chant #68 Added to For The Love of Bands Playlist

Chant #68 on New Music May 2019//For The Love of Bands//Fresh Finds//Indie Radar

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Chant #68 added to Klangspot Playlist

Chant #68 added to Klangspot Playlist

Chant #68 has been added to New Songs that Sound Vintage playlist by Klangspot.

What’s Being Said About Chant #68

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This is an awesome track. Very funky

Sascha Bauer of Klangspot

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After the frist time I heard it. I wanted to Chant all day.

Jim Hargis, studio agents.

Perfect Song for the Beach!

Jan K.
Picture from Siesta Key, Flordia.

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Ward Kelley owner of Wardoc Studios

“One More Chance” Added to Indie Rock & Jam Playlist

“One More Chance” Added to Indie Rock & Jam Playlist

Indie Rock Music
One More Chance
By Cathal J
Twitter
From the album One More Chance
Hi Guys,
Thank you for taking the time to review my debut single which was released in July 2018. It was inspired by the struggles my wife and I have encountered in our marriage. The song was produced in Ireland by Lakeland studios. it was mixed by Blake Eisman of binksound.com and mastered at singmaster.com. My music publisher along with Facebook are currently being pursued for non-payment of royalties in the video to this song. it has 4.2 million streams on Facebook.

As an emerging singer/songwriter I want to write about things in the style of Bob Dylan and Bruce Springsteen. My second single “Ain’t backin’ down’ will be released on July 12th, 2019. To top it all off, I have completed my law degree and will be joining a law firm by the end of this year. I am passionate about helping singer/songwriters. I am TIRED of seeing them screwed.
By Cathal J

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Creating Chant #68

Chant #68 by Entering Another Song and Lyrics

Of the nearly 100 songs we produced in the past 4 years, this one might very well be the best. Thanks, Jeremy Bates, Tommy Kelly, Matt Blocher & drummer extraordinaire Tommy Whiteman.

Chant #68 Lyrics

Hey, hey, hey
We’re in the world
Hey, hey, hey
of many dances.

Hey, hey, hey
Living the life
Hey, hey, hey
of many trances.
Here we go . . .

Hey, hey, hey
Climbing a tree
Hey, hey, hey
Of many branches.

Hey, hey, hey
It’s all about
Hey, hey, hey
Our frail chances.
Here we go . . .

Hey, hey, hey
We’re in the world
Hey, hey, hey
of many dances.

Hey, hey, hey
Living the life
Hey, hey, hey
of many trances.

Hey, hey, hey
Something about the future:

Hey, hey, hey
It always reaches into the past.

Here we go:

Hey, hey, hey
Something about the future:

Hey, hey, hey
It always reaches into the past.
Here we go now:

 

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