There is a transformation of the business landscape in Orleans Parish. “Generation X” is now the movers and shakers of New Orleans. In order to foster strong alliances and lasting relationships locally, regionally and even nationally, networking with Gen X is a must for community business success. Beulah Productions is the vehicle by which this transformation can be ushered into this region. Beulah Productions presents a new marketing and outreach opportunity to build these prosperous bridges through Innovative Entertainment Event Marketing and Promoting.
Rapper, writer and producer DeeDay (aka Danny Rogers) was born in New Orleans, Louisiana on June 1, 1989. DeeDay grew up on the West Side of New Orleans with his older sister and parents. He saw poverty, drug deals and crime in his neighborhood but DeeDay was determined to choose a different path. As he entered his teen years, DeeDay used writing and rapping as an escape. He says, “Music takes me to another place.” He began engaging in rap battles and realized that he could hold the attention of large groups with his words.
As he began to see the power of his words and rapping as a career, DeeDay released in New Orleans many street tapes before releasing four mix-tapes to the music community outside of New Orleans. The last two mix tapes were cosigned by DJ Don Cannon, a prominent Grammy Award nominated hip-hop record producer and DJ. DeeDay has performed and appeared in more than 100 cities including Houston, New York and Miami. DeeDay’s passion is evident as he performs with a raw, relentless drive living every word.
For over a decade, Tony Ozier has been raising his finger to his nose and flinging the funk to his audiences. A commanding figure, standing at 6’6,” he has pioneered a new generation of funk with his psychedelic alter-ego and uber-funky band hailing from the fictional planet Dookion.
Tony Ozier is a Portland-based multi-instrumentalist, vocalist and producer, also known as “Captain Dookie Green” or the “Doo Doo Funk Captain.” Combining soul, funk and overall feel good music, his newest offering, 36 Flavors (2015, FNBeatsGalore), features business partner and labelmate Farnell Newton, trumpeter for Jill Scott and Bootsy Collins, as well as an appearance by SlimKid3 of Pharcyde.
Love Evolution is the voice of Semaj & Mr. Lorrius. The name symbolizes the mission of this extraordinary duet. They are united in love, life, creating family and in their purpose to musically motivate the world to move beyond destructive revolution to peaceful evolution.
These songwriters focus their lyrics on love conquering hate. Semaj & Mr. Lorrius step out the box when it comes to genres. Their music is folk, hip-hop, soul, funk, pop and blues wrapped up in something new. They have boiled their music down to its most natural form: “Urban-Folk”.
Semaj & Mr. Lorrius of Love Evolution Music are based in New Orleans & New York City
Hailing from the diverse streets of downtown New Orleans, Louisiana “PROFECY THE gOD” was born Shannon Clausen Jr. on December 17, 1990. Unlike many of today’s contemporary artists, he began honing his craft at the youthful age of eight, evidently separating his skill level and dedication to Hip-Hop from the rest. Although he is the second eldest of four brothers, he only lived in conjunction with one of his younger siblings in a single parent household managed by their mother. In 2004 a tragedy struck when his mother was diagnosed with severe anxiety, preventing her to work regularly, and forcing him to provide for himself and his family to the best of his ability. In addition, his father (Shannon Sr.) struggled with drug addiction and was occasionally seen or heard from. As a result of the aforementioned, Profecy made a vow to himself to never be like his father or a statistic in the small population of New Orleans. In effort to simultaneously grow into a better man and release his frustrations, Profecy often turns to his music as a form of release therapy:
“If you ever want to truly know me, listen to my music” Profecy explains “In life I have been blessed to see the good, the bad and the ugly. I have experienced both college and jail. I can honestly say that I have lived in every type of environment from poor, middle class, to rich. It is because of this fact that I blend in well wherever I go whether it be the slums of New Orleans or Beverly Hills.”
Higher Balance Music(HBM) is a collective of two artists BEEISTHEFUTURE and Rummie Abiff. These two
artist grew up together realizing their purpose as young creators, collaborating together at the age of
15. HBM possess a noticeable, undeniable, creative sound. Effortlessly free styling on industry beats and
spewing out hones lyrics in the studio and performances, HBM’s chemistry inspire others through their
poetic abilities. “The Inspiration behind it all is just real life,” says Rummie Abiff.
Rummie Abiff released Turkish Royal in 2013 and Blissful Epiphanies in 2014. By combining his personal
experience and knowledge of life, he creates relatable music that soothes hardships and teaches lessons
BEEISTHEFUTURE dropped his first mixtape at the age of 17 under the stage name “Killabee.” In 2013 BEEISTHEFUTURE began to focus his craft on creating music productions and growing his fan base with Higher Balance Music. HBM gives you real life in the form of music. Consisting of two conscience minds, fighting for a greater cause, “we continue to strive to create honest waves and push the culture to something our people can be proud of,” says BEEISTHEFUTURE.
HBM’s debut single “Boost May Mood” is scheduled to be release this Fall. Follow HBM @heartbrakelove on Twitter and higherbalancemusic on Instagram.
Entertaining since the age of six, Leon Dreemz never misses an opportunity to showcase his talent. From
local talent shows, to touring on Hip-Hop Music Showcases around southern Lousiana, Leon Dreemz is
fulfilling his life-long dream: writing, recording and performing hip-hop music. Leon Dreemz is a poet,
lyric writer, music engineer, beat producer, pianist and professional dancer. Inspired by the likes of
Usher, Chris Brown, Eminem, KRS-One and Tupac, Leon Dreemz used a piece from the before mentioned
to create his own unique poetic flow and vibrant dance moves. Dancing and rapping to the beat of his
own drum, Leon Dreemz’s ultimate goal is to inspire all his fans to believe in themselves and their
The production and recording of Leon Dreemz’s first music video “Who Want War” gave him the confidence to move forward with his music career. Thus Leon Dreemz began touring with Regional Promoters, writing scripts and choregraphing his music videos, while working in the studio recording his first CD titled “The Legacy Begins” released in the Spring of 2016. Leon Dreemz continued to network and collaborate with local artist. Participating in the 2016 SXSW festivities, Leon Dreemz was able to draw the fan base he desired and is currently working on his second album “Never Sale Your Dreemz” along with a mix tape and single; release scheduled for this fall 2016. Follow Leon Dreemz @LeonDreemz on twitter.com and Leon Dreemz on Facebook.com