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LHHATL OWN ERICA DIXON TALKS EXCLUSIVELY TO JAZZY MCBEE ABOUT HER HEATED ENCOUNTER WITH POLICE BEFORE BEING ARRESTED

CHRISETTE MICHELE TALKS W/JAZZY MCBEE ABOUT DONALD TRUMP, SPIKE LEE,  & MORE

YOUNG DRO TALKS WITH JAZZY MCBEE LEAVING GRAND HUSTLE, DATING LHHATL STAR, & MORE

MASTER P TALKS TO JAZZY MCBEE ABOUT GUCCI MANE, ALLEY BOY, ETC 

Waka Flocka's wife Tammy Rivera talks EXCLUSIVELY with Jazzy McBee About Waka's Cheating Rumors

Three 6 Mafia's Crunchy Black talks Yo Gotti & Young Dolph Beef 3 6 Mafia

Stevie J LHHATL talks about Diddy, Throw shots at wife Joseline, & more

Super producer, Drumma Boy talks Migos, making hits, branding, & more!

Tyga talks to about transgender relationship rumors, texting under age girls, Kardashians, movie role, and more

Actor, Director, and Comedian Marlon Wayans stopped by to talk about his new project 50 Shades of Black!!!!

JAZZY INTERVIEWS PRODUCER WILL PACKER ALONG WITH ACTRESS'S TIKA SUMPTER AND SHERRI SHEPARD.

Monica Opens Up About Ex-BFF Ciara, Acting, Code Red, & More

For month now, fans have been paying close attention to the ongoing beef between Ciara and her ex-fiancé, Future. But one beef that has gone under the radar is Ciara’s rift with her former singing pal Monica. However, Monica brought the rift to the forefront in a recent interview when she dispelled rumors about why she and Ciara aren’t on good terms.

In a recent interview with Streetz 94.5 Jazzy Mcbee radio show, Monica discussed the rumor that she and Ciara had a falling out because she failed to tell Ciara that Future was cheating on her during their relationship; however, Monica denies the rumors and says they have nothing to do with why she and Ciara aren’t close friends anymore.-RollingOut.com

Jazzy McBee on WeTV's "Cutting It In The ATL" July 2015

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Miguel Visits Streetz 94.5 with Jazzy McBee #MiddaysWithJazzyMcBee

Miguel was in Atlanta today Wednesday (7/29) for his tour stop at the Tabernacle tonight. He visited Streetz 94.5during the Jazzy Mcbee Show (10a-2pm) to talk about his upcoming album Wildheart.

Some of his topics on Wildheart just happen to be brusquer, harder, and naughtier than those on Kaleidoscope Dreams and even more than what’s on 2010’s All I Want Is You, his innocent debut. He concurs.

“I say ‘contrast’ because ‘juxtaposition’ doesn’t quite say it all. That’s too passive aggressive. I think a topic such as this – the interpersonal workings of a city – is a challenge to me and my listeners.”

Some of his topics on Wildheart just happen to be brusquer, harder, and naughtier than those on Kaleidoscope Dreams and even more than what’s on 2010’s All I Want Is You, his innocent debut. He concurs.

“That’s especially true considering that my first album was written four years before it was even released, as I was building a stable of songs,” to say nothing of building his songwriting career with tracks for future fellow soul singers Usher and Jaheim. “I think that there is stuff on Wildheart that sounds like an amusing, nice segue from Kaleidoscope Dreams, and that’s great. Then there is stuff that is more radicalin its turns. We’re leaving Earth. It’s departure time.”

Miguel says that he started Wildheart with an intention, and that he made himself available to that intention. “I move from the corners and the edges and work inward with a bigger, better sense of color and tone.”

One tone he touched on, something he say he’s never really embraced before, is being the child of a Mexican American father and an African American mother. On “What’s Normal Anyway,” he sings, “Too proper for the black kids, too black for the Mexicans. . . . Too broke for the rich kids, I don’t know what normal is.”

With that one line, whether he’s political or not, Miguel touched on the topicality of American race relations and immigration questions. “I can only say that with this album, I wanted [my lyrics] to be more subconscious. If I wanted to be introspective and say damn, these were some of my insecurities, like being too nice for the black kids, or being too black for the Mexicans, and so on and so forth, I wasn’t going to stop myself from doing that.”

 

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