DOMA (Dallas Observer Music Awards) Best New Release nominee Kevin “TUNK‘ Arradondo released his latest project No Meal No Deal yesterday. Tunk is known for his vivid imagery of life living around the metroplex and his often witty wordplay. This time around TUNK has come to prove its time for the next level of play in his career. Featuring some of Texas most prominent undergroud artists of the moment (Tony Vice, Worldwide, Glo Gaines, Tawaine Hall, D. Hayes, Jaeson Green, Paris of A.dD+ and Rick Blaine) . With production provided by 2Much, The Necksnappers, Dj Dhai, Lonestar Muzik & Breeze the beat machine to name a few TUNK continues to win. Head over to TUNK’s Bandcamp page and purchase NMND for what you feel its worth here.
Throughout recent months I’ve worked with a number of artists across the country and have arrived at the conclusion expansion is essential. I’m looking for only the most motivated individuals available to work without limitation. I’m currently in a transitional phase of my career and would like to grant a few individuals the opportunity to grow with me on my musical journey and fulfill their own endeavors in the process. Photographers, Writers, Artists, Musicians, Entrepreneurs & anyone with a burning passion for the entertainment industry I’m looking for you. If your reading this and think you may not have the resume to justify your ambition reach out anyway. Everyone needs a starting point and we’ve all been there. You never know what can happen when the right people combine themselves for a greater good. Let’s make magic.
Email me directly at TawaineHel@Gmail.com with any questions or concerns.
First and foremost I apologize for being so absent in the past few months but I promise it isn’t without good reason. I’ve been working on my latest project which is slated to drop this Fall (No Pun Intended) lord willing. Back In February I set out to film a video for 200 MPH off my last project Failure. While filming this visual (Which was later decided to not be released) I had the chance to meet with OT.v and express some of my own views on the Dallas and Fort Worth music scenes separately. I also had a chance to speak on where the inspiration for most of my sampling derives from and the creative process behind my last project.
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Related: 200 Mph from Failure-P.S. Special thanks to the homie Chamelle for always looking out for the little guy. Written by Tawine Hall