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What it Do With The LUE: Arie Vee

Arie Vee

Arie Vee

By Lue Dowdy

New female R&B/HIP-HOP artist, “Arie Vee,” making major noise in the Inland Empire is What it Do With The LUE this week.

So the first time I heard this Queen sing was at our 1st Indie Artist Award Show last year. We were short a female singer and were down to the last minute of preparation for our Red Carpet performances. I reached to Aaron Swift, owner of On My Mama Recordz, a local record company based out of the Inland Empire. He sent us his talented artist Arie Vee. I fell in love with her voice. Bringing back that old school R&B vibe, this Queen is the real deal.

Arie Vee, born on December 1, 1988, is a Hip Hop/R&B artist on On My Mama Recordz. Some of her musical influences are Lauryn Hill, Jill Scott and J Cole. Arie Vee began singing in church at the age of 5 and began writing her own music at the age of 13. She shared her first written song at her High School talent show, “I Wanna Be,” and won. Since then she kept writing and wrote her first rap at the age of 18. She has been featured on albums and mixtapes such as, “Dear IE” by Valencia Stacks and “Grandma’s Porch,” by Valencia Stacks and Swift. Her debut song “High School Dance,” which is one of my favorites has been taking the IE by storm and her first album “Lost Child,” was released on February 29, 2016.

Make sure to check her out. You can catch her music in rotation on our show “Listening With LUE Radio,” Sundays from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. Please tune in with me and Comedian Anthony Stone. Until Next week L’z and keep supporting Indie artist. www.kcaaradio.com1050 AM/106.5 FM CALL IN at (909) 888-5222 BOOKING: (909) 567-1000.

What It Do With The LUE: GWAAP FAM Receives New Sponsorship Deal

Chef Music--GWAAP FAM-WSSNEWS  Sponsorship contract is What It Do with the LUE! Congratulations to hometown artist’s Gwaap Fam on their new sponsorship deal with Chef Music Studios.
This is a major, major move for the group as they embark on a new journey. Currently putting together their new project is clearly the group’s number one priority. Providing Quality Service, Chef Music is one of the hottest recording studios in Southern California with three locations to select from. Our company is excited about working directly with the team of Chef Music. We hope ya’ll ready for what’s COOKING in the studio with GWAAP FAM. They’re ready to make magic! Until next week L’z Up!
More on Chef Music:
Chef is an acronym for “Creativity is Heard and Emotion is Felt” with creativity and emotion being what they believe to be the ingredients for making good music. They are a multifaceted entertainment company specializing in quality vocal recordings, useful resources, and superior customer service since 2009.
Their main office is located in Burbank, California. Book your session with their recording engineer at your studio or choose from a list of Southern California locations that are sure to be creative, professional, and productive. Call them toll-free at 1-844-484-CHEF (2433)
Other Studio Locations include Victorville and North Hollywood. For more information, please visit chefmusic.com/musicservices.

What It Do With the LUE: Youth Showcase

By Lue Dowdy

Sing! Dance! Rap! Act! Recite a poem! Play an instrument! Looking for talented youth to showcase is What It Do With LUE this week!

The PAL Center is hosting their 1st Annual Resource Fair and Youth Showcase and LUE Productions has the honor of coordinating it. We’re looking to feature 10 to 15 talented individuals or groups. All information on how to register for this FREE event is located below.

The event is Saturday, April 2 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 2450 Blake Street in San Bernardino. To participate, youth must be 19 and under. Check-in time is from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. Each act will be allocated a total of 10 minutes to perform. All performers must have a performance wavier form signed by their parent or guardian and music must be clean and edited.

To sign up, please visit www.lueproductions.org.

The Provisional Accelerated Learning Center (PAL Center) is a community-based organization established to compliment the activities of the structured educational system and provides education and employment services in a non-threatening environment that is easily assessable to residents.