How Tokyo Jetz Got a 5 Million Dollar Stimulus Package

How Tokyo Jetz Got a 5 Million Dollar Stimulus Package Photo Courtesy Grand Hustle Music Group
How Tokyo Jetz Got a 5 Million Dollar Stimulus Package Photo Courtesy Grand Hustle Music Group
How Tokyo Jetz Got a 5 Million Dollar Stimulus Package Photo Courtesy Grand Hustle Music Group

Here’s how Tokyo Jetz got a 5 Million Dollar stimulus package. The Jacksonville native has 5 FIRE tracks that are going to stimulate her revenues and success. The social media and internet sensation and Grand Hustle Music Group artist Tokyo Jetz released her latest EP, Stimulus Package, last Friday. Fans showed an outpour of love, posting their own freestyles to the new song and showing her love on social media. Produced by popular producers Mattazik, Tasha Catour, Al Geno and KWilz, Stimulus Package features 5 fun and relatable new tracks which can be described as her comeback project, since her last, in 2019. The Florida native paints a vivid lyrical picture with each song with her lead single “Respect“, setting the tone for the project.

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Tracklist
1. Respect (Prod. Mattazik)
2. No Love Story (Prod. Tasha Catour)
3. Kay (Prod. KWilz x Mattazik)
4. Interlude (Prod. Al Geno x Mattazik)
5. See Me (Prod. Mattazik)

Tidal Music named Tokyo Jetz’ EP “Album of the Week”, which explores self confidence, being comfortable with your sexuality, focusing on your peace of mind and getting to your goals. This project comes before her highly anticipated studio album, “Outside”, which features hit single SODD. Stimulus Package is available on all platforms.

How Tokyo Jetz Got a 5 Million Dollar Stimulus Package Photo Courtesy Grand Hustle Music Group
How Tokyo Jetz Got a 5 Million Dollar Stimulus Package Photo Courtesy Grand Hustle Music Group

Watch Out World Here Comes Def Jam’s Trouble

Watch out world here comes, Trouble born Mariel Semonte Orr Artwork Courtesy of Def Jam Recordings
Watch out world here comes, Trouble born Mariel Semonte Orr Artwork Courtesy of Def Jam Recordings
Watch out world here comes, Trouble born Mariel Semonte Orr Artwork Courtesy of Def Jam Recordings

Watch out world here comes, Trouble, the Atlanta rapper born Mariel Semonte Orr. Of course as an Atlanta native this young artist gets automatic love. Beyond the gritty lyrics is a a unique sound paired with an underlying message to inspire listeners.

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Trouble is no stranger to the ATL streets but has streamlined his focus with the help of the ever-growing popularity of the hitmaker Mike WiLL Made-it to make history. Wishing this dynamic duo nothing but success. Click here to listen to in full to Medusa

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About Trouble

Trouble, the Atlanta rapper born Mariel Semonte Orr, was 23 when he released his first mixtape, 2011’s December 17th. Propelled to street stardom with his breakout hit “Bussin’” and backed by local collective Duct Tape Entertainment, Trouble’s raw, unembellished rhymes were poised to make him his mark on the rich rap legacy of his city. Nearly a decade later, Trouble has experienced the highs and lows of a seasoned career—almost 10 mixtapes and countless notable collaborations, from Young Thug to Fetty Wap to Yo Gotti and more—and is staying grounded and motivated by finding purpose in the tough moments and his rough edges.

Trouble grew up in Atlanta’s Edgewood Ave Projects, a place he holds so dear he named his debut album after it. “I got 41 E [tatted] on me because that was the building where I seen everything at,” he says. Still, Trouble never felt comfortable in the caged environment. “It’s just a whole bunch of nothing for real,” he describes. “A bunch of boxes in one gate… they really keep you in.” Trouble credits his mother and his grandmother for holding down the fort as a child while his father unpredictably came and went throughout his youth. When he was 14, he started rapping and when he was 17, just as he had begun to find his voice as a rapper, he turned to robbing to make ends meet. Both endeavors would steer Trouble down the tumultuous path that’s led him to become the beloved figure he is today.

Watch out world here comes, Trouble born Mariel Semonte Orr Artwork Courtesy of Def Jam Recordings
Watch out world here comes, Trouble born Mariel Semonte Orr Artwork Courtesy of Def Jam Recordings

“Between 2012 and 2015, I was going through so many different street wars and shootouts and shit,” Trouble reflects, touching on the early half of his career—a time riddled with violence, jail time, and suffering. All the while, music was his therapy, but Trouble struggled with the industry demands of building a career. “From going through all that shit and then trying to blend that shit in from the turf to the music shit, it was like an eye opener for me,” he explains. While serving his time his priorities shifted, and when his longtime friend and Atlanta mainstay producer Mike WiLL Made-it implored him to get back into the studio, this time with a renewed seriousness, he obliged. 2018’s Edgewood, produced entirely by Mike Will and featuring Drake, The Weeknd, marked Trouble’s figurative resurrection.

The art of collaboration has always played an important role in Trouble’s career. From contributions to Lupe Fiasco’s Tetsuo & Youth and Rae Sremmurd’s SR3MM, to appearing on tracks with almost every major player in Atlanta rap (Gucci Mane, Waka Flocka Flame, Quavo, and more), Trouble has remained a constant force in the city’s vibrant scene. There may be no rapper more worthy of the label “your favorite rapper’s favorite rapper” than Trouble, who counts Andre 3000 and his personal favorite, Boosie Badazz, as fans. “I just want to inspire,” he says about this new chapter and the path ahead. “I don’t feel like I need to be the biggest, the top, the number one and I don’t got to be the richest,” he adds. “I just feel like its so many motherfuckers who, like me, need somebody who gonna speak for them.”

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How Delta Airlines Is Working to Clean Aircrafts of Covid 19

Delta Airlines Clean of Covid 19 Update Atlanta, Georgia Headquarters Photo Courtesy of Mance Cooper

Delta Airlines Clean of Covid 19 Update Atlanta, Georgia Headquarters Photo Courtesy of Mance Cooper
Delta Airlines Clean of Covid 19 Update Atlanta, Georgia Headquarters Photo Courtesy of Mance Cooper

Travel Update! Here’s how Delta Airlines is working to clean aircrafts of Covid 19. As an avid traveling fogging of planes is something that I have seen on numerous occasions traveling abroad. However, rest assured our home town airline is stepping up to insure your safety during and after this pandemic. Be sure to check out the video below. Let’s keep climbing. I don’t know about you but I am sure am eager to return to the friendly skies. Who else is on the medallion hunt. Stay tuned we will be sure to share more travel updates as they come our way at The Fashioneer!

Delta has elevated its cleaning measures with the same rigor and focus we have on safety and on-time performance.

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From fogging aircraft interiors with high-grade EPA-registered disinfectant to sanitizing surfaces throughout our aircraft touch points, travel with Delta is cleaner than ever.

Beginning April 1, we are expanding our new Delta Clean practices to all flights for the long term because we believe the highest levels of clean should not be reserved for times of crisis. Watch the video to see the new cleaning measures we’re taking to ensure your travelers feel safe and confident, now and always. Thank you for your continued support and partnership.  

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Now that we have the urgent updates clarified. Who is ready to travel and where will your next journey take you? We look forward to hearing more of your questions and concerns about travel. We are here to answer any and all of your questions. Don’t hesitate to ask your questions. If we do not know the answer our travel partners will. Let’s continue to travel the world together!