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New Orleans Union Of Entertainment announces the release of “Real Recognize Real” which is dedicated to Tim SmoothPosted in Legendary Artists, Mixtapes, New Orleans Music, NOUE Businesses, The Street Seen & Be Seen, Uncategorized, Videos with tags 17th Ward, 504, Big Ramp, Cheeky Blakk, Da U Boys, Devious, Hollygrove, Louisiana, Majesty Sozey, Mista Meana, Mixtapes, Music, N.O. Legends, N.O.U.E., New Orleans, New Orleans Union for Entertainment, NOUE All Stars, Skip, Tim Smooth, Timothy Smoot, Timothy Smooth, Young Torrento on August 17, 2011 by Arlene Culpepper
The mixtape series consolidates New Orleans rap and allows industry professionals to be able to observe a variety of relevant music all at once in contrast to finding New Orleanians in a scattered fashion. Be sure to download NOUE All Stars mixtape series at HDmixtapes.com, Mixconnect.com, Mixtapewire.com, etc. According to Mista Meana of Partners N Crime, Legendary Dj Erv of Robgradio, and Devious, the mission is to advance the music and careers of New Orleans artists and businesses. This advancement can also come in the form of networking opportunities, financial empowerment, and dissemination of information that can assist artists in other areas of their personal lives. For more information on New Orleans Union For Entertainment, follow at @NOUE1.
The highly anticipated album, The Shutdown, by Ruis Rois’ Music group Da U Boys has listeners ready to get an in depth taste of what this fast rising group has to offer. Stay tuned and discover what it do with Da U.
The tributes to the memory of Timothy “Tim Smooth” Smoot keep flowing in – the latest of which comes to us from Devious:
“Tim Smooth was a friend – my toughest competition. We met at one of my shows. He always had a passion for emceeing, and always kept it real. He was a God fearing family man, and never turned his back on me at any time during his career. It’s an honor to have been in the midst of such great talent at the start of his career. I remember him and Sporty T aggravating me by singing “Go Speedracer” at three in the morning on the way to Baton Rouge to work on Tim’s first album. He was a great writer, artist, performer, and most of all, a person with a smile and a sense of humor. We had many great experiences between Hollygrove and Kennedy Heights.” – Devious