Hailing from Savannah and Atlanta Georgia King Whoa is an hip hop/R&b artist that defines the hope to create an opportunity to become great. Recently his efforts to further his musical talents through more soulful avenues garnered him one of his biggest hits with "Racks All In My Pocket" and "Do me Something Crazy" which are being played in rotation nationally and abroad on iTunes Tidal and Spotify King Whoa has opened up for Artists many Platinum selling artist such as Trina, Cashout and the Legendary R&B group Silk, King Whoa has also built a relationship and performed at events for the legendary Bass Kings of Florida Thrill Da Playa and JT Money. King Whoa was Featured in Amps Dallas magazine twice online and print and has also won the award for best single for "Do Me Something Crazy" and Best New artist at The Hustla Entertainment Awards. King Whoa's music has been Featured on over 500 Mixtapes online and in the streets his motto is "Fully Committed"(tm) his style is futuristic his ambition is undeniable look for King Whoa to be a force in music that's unstoppable very soon.
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Vanity, lead singer of the ’80s girl group Vanity 6, has died after years of battling kidney failure and, more recently, an abdominal illness. Vanity, whose real name was Denise Katrina Matthews, passed away in a Fremont, CA hospital on Monday … according to sources close to her family. A few months ago she set up a GoFundMe page, and said she’d been diagnosed with sclerosing encapsulating peritonitis — an inflammation of the small intestines. She also battled crack addiction in the ’90s, and after a 1994 OD her kidneys were shot. She had to undergo nearly daily dialysis treatments. Vanity’s biggest hit came in 1982 with “Nasty Girl” … a song produced by Prince. The group toured with Prince on his 1999 tour, but she quit right after that. She went on to sign a solo record deal with Motown, and starred in movies like “The Last Dragon” and “Action Jackson.” She eventually ditched Hollywood, quit drugs and became a born-again Christian in the mid ’90s. She remained active in her local church up until her death. We’re told she was in church on Saturday evening and told the congregation she was “ready to go home.” Both Morris Day and Sheila E have taken to social media to mourn the passing of their friend.
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