2013 Lonely World by PShaw
2014 I Deserve That by Hussle Crowe
One good thing about music,
when it hits you, you feel no pain.
– Bob Marley
Morissaaa is a knockout and if there were a category for best new find of 2015, there would have only been one Nominee.
Nominated for Song of the Year for Raw Then Tic by Morissaaa
ELIMINATED DEC 24TH
Music royalty is what you are looking for? Look no further than Hussle Crowe. He has dominated The Neighborhood’s music scene since 2013, culminating at the 2014 thepublicblogger Awards where he delivered a knockout blow by unanimously winning Song of the Year.
For the 3rd consecutive year, Hussle Crowe along with Billionaire Bossy & LiveSosa has been nominated for Song of the Year, this time with Feel Us.
H-Y Loco is a true performance artists. He writes, sings, raps and his stage presence makes his audiences scream and shout.
Nominated for Song of the Year… Cant git out by Hustle Rhythm Soul featuring H-Y Loco.
J.P. Kallio’s music is often reflective, putting it in a genre of folk-rock. But Losing Faith is in a class of its own; like last year’s winner, J.P. tells a story, that is haunting as it is beautiful.
Nominated for Song of the Year… Losing Faith by J.P. Kallio
Anew(Duo) the sister contemporary gospel recording group from Chicago Illinois are simply profound in their harmonies, lyrics and sense of reach. Never Let Me Down is a textbook of collaborative musical genres as it is just as much hip hop as gospel.
Nominated for Song of the Year, Anew(Duo) with Never Let Me Down
ELIMINATED DEC 25
The surprise nomination of John B Strong aka John Doe has caused the most discomfort among the voting quadrants, even raising an official objection which was quickly struck down. John B Strong may not have the musical prowess of the heavy hitting nominees, but his rapid fire style of storytelling is gold.
Nominated for Song of the Year, John Doe with Jabee & Takeoff with Hold’em Fold’em
ELIMINATED DEC 26
Eve’s Lament by Mariam Ali featuring Tamara Yousry is as heartbreaking as it is brilliant. The way we find ourselves falling deeper and deeper into the lyrics and melody is a testament to powerhouse music making.
Nominated for Song of the Year, Eve’s Lament by Mariam Ali