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Magazine: Spaced Out Magazine

In the year 2011, an Atlanta-based, broad, new and exciting publication known as Spaced Out Magazine, or SOM had been created. Taking the course of a year to conjure up and form the company, SOM made its way into the entertainment industry with a fresh and outstanding mark.
Not long after being established in 2012, the company has since then released three extraordinary issues, getting the attention of many different industry personnel. Each issue has included a unique set of artist and entertainers who are mainstream or of equal value. Some names to include are T-boz of TLC, T.I & Grand Hustle, Ras Kas, Freeway Rick Ross, and many more to name. They have also captured special interviews with Jackie Christie of Basketball Wives LA, Joe Smith of LA Lakers, and Tiffany “New York” Pollard.

To give a description of the magazine issues themselves, they include not only multi-genre music articles but articles pertaining to health, fitness, fashion, beauty, hair, and much more. In current times, the lavish and scenic company are currently in the works for the fourth issue which will be debut in retail stores such as: Walmart, Barnes & Nobles, 7-Eleven, Costco, Home Depot, etc.

The company is always open to new ventures. Now more then ever, they are looking for new brands and acts to put in the magazine and currently seeking both underground and mainstream talent.

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Artist: Yung Bank

Origin: Originally from Brunswick, Ga., this Georgia Artist is bringing the South back. Yung Bank

Completed a feat in 2011 of releasing 7 mixtapes in one month; making him the first to do it. His

Upbringing in the art of rap is noted back in 1999 when he did his first freestyle to Juvenile’s “Back

That A** Up”. Since then he realized music was something he wanted to make his own. Growing

up in the South Yung Bank accredits his musical influences to those of T.I., Outkast, Goodie Mob,

8Ball and MJG, and also The Hot Boyz. Back in 2008 he came out with his first song “Diggin Em”

which was never released, but struck the idea of a mixtape. His first recorded mixtape, in 2010,

“The Break Up” was released in hard copy around Brunswick, Ga., and instantly built the name

“Yung Bank” locally. In 2011 Yung Bank traveled to Brooklyn, New York, after his dis continuing

Of college at the Art Institute of Atlanta, and began making his mark in the “Big Apple”. Still yet

Independent he had submitted music to many different labels such as “Grand Hustle” of Atlanta

and Capitol Records, of California. Upon living in Brooklyn he became known at one local club,

Legacy Lounge on Nostrand Ave. becoming a crowd favorite and even label A&R’s as well. He was

noted that it was a struggle while performing being from The South, saying if he didn’t bring it they

would definitely boo. Since then Yung Bank , has been spreading his lyrical talent with the world

getting his online presence more notable for the public to take more interest. This year Label execs have

been keeping a close eye on Yung Bank waiting for the right moment to make him the next global

success. This month Yung Bank is set to release new mixtape “The Difference” Hosted by Dj Wiz of

the Core Dj’s exclusively on The question still is, since his recent success who will sign this

new artist?

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