Baby Paul is an American record producer and independent music label executive.
Born in Harlem raised in Brooklyn and Queens, Paul got his start as an intern at Power Play Studios in Long Island City, NY during recording sessions for Eric B. & Rakim, Kool G. Rap, KRS-One, others.
As a member of the 90’s production crew “Da Beatminerz” (1995 to 2000) Paul contributed music to classic songs on albums by artists like: Black Moon, Smif-N-Wessun, Heltah Skeltah, OGC, Artifacts,Busta Rhymes and the Flipmode Squad, N aughty by Nature, Talib Kweli, Xzibit, others.
In 1996, Paul worked on the certified Gold Soundtrack for the film, “High School High”, starring Jon Lovitz. In 1998, Paul worked on Fat Joe’s 1st G old album “Don Cartagena”, the song featured the late Big Pun.
In 1999, Paul worked on the certified Gold Soundtrack for the film, “Next Friday” starring Ice Cube.
After departing from “Da Beatminerz” in 2001, Paul worked on the Nas album “Stillmatic” on Sony Records which is certified Platinum.
In 2002, Paul worked on the AZ album “Aziatic” on Motown Recs, the song featuring Nas earned a Grammy Nomination for “Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group” and was certified Gold.
From 2005 to 2010 Paul worked on 4 consecutive albums with AZ on Koch records -
“Final Call”, “A.W.O.L” , “The Format”, “Undeniable”.
As an A&R Consultant for Koch Recs Paul brokered deals for Bizarre of D-12, and Bleu Davinci, he secured vinyl licensing deals for Main Source in 2017 + 2018, and assisted in securing a major venture partnership deal for independent music sensation, Lil XxeL in 2020.
Head Sports Writer
Nick "MacDaddy" Mac is 30 years old and grew up in Sag Harbor, New York. He is the founder of "MacDaddySports" , a blog, opinion and news site written by Nick, covering any and all things NFL, NBA, MLB, and UFC.
"Mac Daddy" has interviewed many legendary athletes including Sugar Ray Leonard, Allan Houston, Sam Garnes & Bobby Jackson.
What separates Nick from the rest of the writers out there is the sheer passion and emotion that bursts out of the page with every written word. His passion and love for the sports in which he covers runs so deep within him that his ability to draw personal connection to a variety of topics, athletes, coaches and other aspects of the game and put that into words puts him over the top and headed toward a bright future within the realm of writing and reporting.
Nick grew up a diehard NY Yankees, NY Giants and Dallas Mavericks fan, but his knowledge and fandom does not stop there. His ability to discuss the ins and outs of each team/competitors in the league's he covers is unmatched and inferior to none.
Nick currently resides in Camrose, Alberta, Canada with his wife, Tina and their 3 Kids Cash, Aria, and Lyrik. His love for sports is only exceeded by the love he has for his family and he devotes all of his time to caring and providing for them when he's not running Mac Daddy Sports.
Founded by Maishah Hendrix, Asanteworks Public Relations brings over three decades of experience in public relations, artist development and event planning. After honing her PR experience with First Priority Music where she helped promote Audio 2, MC Lyte, The Alliance of MCs and Positive K, Maishah worked as a music journalist for a number of publications before working with her mentor Angelo Ellerbee, founder and CEO of Double XXPosure Public Relations. Under his guidance she assisted in coordinating networking and media relations for Antonio Fargas, Brenda K. Starr and Sybil to name a few.
In the media, she has worked Capital Hill reporter, investigative journalist ans entertainer writer. She has been Published in the Amsterdam News, Washington Afro, Essence Magazine, Village Voice and Urban Ink among other publications.
Rachel's passion for writing progressed in college when she wrote stories on local bands and musicians at SUNY New Paltz where she got my bachelors degree in journalism and public relations.
She grew up on Long Island and currently resides in Brooklyn, NY. Her specialties include subjects to write about are music and unheard of stories, and writing for The Ryan Show News allows her to do both.