Bryant McKinnie, offensive tackle for the Baltimore Ravens, helped guide the release of his multi-talented artist Guyana's brand-new mixtape today.
McKinnie recently signed the label's first lady, Guyana, who released her DJ Drama-hosted Smoking the Competition mixtape today (March 13). The release, which is Guyana's second mixtape, features R&B singer Pleasure P, and Miami rappers Iceberg and Ball Greezy.
Guyana has worked with the likes of Trina, Sean Kingston, Fabolous and Lil Kim in the past, and had the following to say about Smoking the Competition: “I’m so excited to release my second mixtape, I feel like I was comfortable enough to display more of a variety on this mixtape, I worked with so many great producers and people on this project so I am very happy to release it.”
"In the journey of this long road we call life; everyone has to have my lyrics." She continued, "I want to be known as the popular songstress and rapper an alternative motive, or great theory, that is respected and successful for my sincerity that is displayed."
BMajor Music, which is based out of Miami, was founded in January 2011 when McKinnie "had a vision of artists being able to create music that allowed the freedom of self-expression in their music, while creating a fresh sound so new and unique that it would force the music industry to raise the standard of what they are used to putting out there."
The full-service record label focuses on all genres of music, artists development, and an assortment of creative, innovative music to introduce to the general public as well as the wide spectrum of the music industry."
Download Guyana's Smoking the Competitionmixtape now!