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Mizznekol Ft. Rico Freeman “We Up Now” 

Posted in Featuring In, Female Mcs, iTunes, Kansas City, Mizz Nekol, rap, Rap Category, Sound Cloud, Underground Rap, VIDEO with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 5, 2019 by generalnyc

Kansas City, Mo


Ft. Rico Freeman

“We Up Now”

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Mizznekol “NBUD PT 2” video

Posted in Female Mcs, Kansas City, Missouri aka MO, Mizz Nekol, rap, Rap Category, Remix, Trap, VIDEO with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on August 14, 2018 by generalnyc

Kansas City,MO



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Mizz Nekol is saying They Don’t Hear Me

Posted in Female Mcs, Kansas City, Missouri aka MO, Mizz Nekol, VIDEO with tags , , , , , , , , , , on April 16, 2016 by generalnyc

Mizz Nekol

“They Don’t Hear Me” 

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Out of Kansas City

Posted in Female Mcs, Kansas City, Missouri aka MO, Mizz Nekol, VIDEO with tags , , , , , , , , , on December 29, 2015 by generalnyc

Kansas City, MO

Mizz Nekol

“Just Dont Understand”

@Mizznekol _29 @successful2386

They Don’t Hear Me

Posted in Female Mcs, Kansas City, Missouri aka MO, Mizz Nekol, Who you Reppin with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on November 1, 2015 by generalnyc

Kansas City, Mo

Mizz Nekol

#TDHM (They Dont Hear Me)

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“The  Grind is Real”

“No Filter Intro” 

“Grown Woman” online now 



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PSA Why We Need Jaden’s Law (A4171)

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Why We Need Jaden’s Law (A4171)

jaden hilton law

New York, NY –Jaden Hilton was a lively and energetic two-year-old who had a bright future ahead of him. He was living a normal life until one day what seemed like a cold turned out to be AML (acute myeloid leukemia).  When fighting cancer, hospital stem cellsstem cells visits became part of his routine. Battling the disease for nine months, Jaden lost his life on January 29, 2007.  There were various treatment options available through bone marrow or cord blood stem cells transplants, but a limited number of donors. Unfortunately, this is a common problem that many families face, especially those from certain ethnic groups such as Hispanics, Asian Americans, African American, Native American and many more. That’s why Jaden’s Law (A4171) was proposed: to increase awareness about the benefits of bone marrow, peripheral blood stem cells (PBSCs), and cord blood stem cells to increase the odds for a patient in need.

According to the NY State Department of Health (2012) the two leading causes of death in New York State for 2012 are heart disease and cancer, together accounting for 54% of all deaths.  Everyday, people in the U.S. die from diseases that can be treated if they receive bone marrow, peripheral blood stem cells (PBSC) or cord blood transplant.  Jaden’s Law was passed in New Jersey, in 2010, providing all residents to receive educational information about bone marrow and/or PBSCs, the National Bone Marrow Donor Program, the benefits of donating and how to register. But now it is time for the law to pass in New York and we are reaching out for help. We need any kind of support to provide and raise awareness about this life-saving necessity.

Facts About Jaden’s Law (A4171)

  • Provides educational information and spreads awareness about bone marrow, peripheral blood stem cells (PBSC) and cord blood stem cells on the NYS Department of Motor Vehicles with an online brochure.

  • Adds information about the need of donors with voter registration card.

  • Online brochure about the need of bone marrow, peripheral blood stem cells (PBSC) and cord blood stem cells and defines details about treatment options, provided along with the need of ethnic donors on NYS Department of Health website.

  • Provides locations where individuals can register to donate bone marrow, peripheral blood stem cell (PBSC) and cord blood within New York State and NYC

How You Can Help

You can show your support by calling and/or telling a friend, a family member or stranger to contact the following legislators and tell them New York State needs Jaden’s Law (A4171) passed in New York State this year! Call Senate Health Chair: Senator Kemp Hannon, District Office: 516-739-1700 and Albany Office: 518-455-2200 or @kemphannon ; Assembly Health Chair: Assemblyman Richard N. Gottfried, District Office: 212-807-7900 and Albany Office: 518-455-4941 or @DickGottfried ;Speaker of the Assembly: Assemblyman Corl E. Heastie: District Office: 718-654-6539 and Albany Office: 518-455-4812 or @CarlHeastie ;Speaker of the Senate: Senator John J. Flanagan: District Office: 631-361-2154 and Albany Office: 518-455-2071 or @LeaderFlanagan ;Sponsor: Assemblyman Keith L.T. Wright: District Office: 212-866-5809 and Albany Office: 518-455-4941 or @Wright4Harlem ;Senator Kenneth P. Lavalle: District Office: 631-473-1461 and Albany Office: 518-455-3121 or @senatorlavalle

Please follow us on Facebook: Preserve Our Legacy, on Instagram: @preserveourlegacy, and on Twitter: @Preserveourlgcy. Please use the hashtag #JadenslawNY.  For more information please email: or call 1-877-778-3623


About Preserve Our Legacy, Inc.

 Preserve Our Legacy is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization that was started after the devastating loss of a 3-year old boy named Jaden Hilton). Jaden was diagnosed with leukemia in April 2006, and to survive he needed a stem cell (bone marrow, PBSC or cord blood) transplant. Unfortunately for Jaden, no one in his family was a match and he needed an unrelated donor. Due to the lack of available donors within the National Registry, Jaden, like many other ethnic patients, lost his battle because he could not find a match. After his death, Preserve Our Legacy made it its mission to increase awareness about the need of bone marrow, peripheral blood stem cells (PBSC), and cord blood stem cells donations within various ethnic groups, in addition to, assisting to increase available units for patients in need.

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“Our mission is to educate, ultimately, saving lives”


Posted in Diamond White, Female Mcs, Houston, Kansas City, Missouri aka MO, Texas, VIDEO, Who you Reppin with tags , , , , , , , , , , on March 30, 2015 by generalnyc

Born in  Kansas City, MO

Raised in Houston, TX


The love for hip hop has birthed a sexy yet classy, hard yet soft, talented yet modest, fly yet grounded, blessed yet humble, smooth yet a diamond in the rough, a beauty yet a beast in her craft, the one and only *Diamond White* Kansas City, MO born and Houston, TX raised, Diamond White was a little girl that had BIG dreams. From singing and dancing in the mirror to putting on a concert for everyone who visited her childhood home you could find this rising star demanding attention and quickly developing her love for performing. She began singing as early as she can remember talking and began writing and rapping at the tender age of 10 years old. Impressed by her being so cute, young and a female who could rap she captured the attention of many. From there she began recording which would lead to her being in a duo rap group with a guy who was obviously older than she was considering he was about to be a high school graduate and little Ms. Diamond was still finding it appealing to play with her dolls and climb trees with her friends. Despite her young age when they first heard that confident and raspy voice lace the track they knew she was definitely talented and destined for stardom. Their chemistry in the booth was incredible and her skills were undeniable. Things were starting to look promising as the situation began to progress until the other half of the duo group was sentenced to more than 10 years in prison. 
Devastated by the lost of a friend more looked at like a big brother this young, talented rising star was determined to keep striving. Although the road would get harder for a young female trying to solely break into a male dominated industry and keep her morals, value, and self respect that alone became an obstacle in itself to overcome. As she became a feature and a ghost writer she went on to open up for several mainstream artist such as L.L Cool J, Lil Wayne and 50 Cent just to name a few. And in addition to that, she was presented with opportunities that some would say comes only once in a life time. She was offered contracts with 2 major labels that will remain nameless per Diamond White’s request due to her professionalism to never burn bridges. Never forgetting the many hardships and tribulations this young jewel had to endure she never lost sight of the things her mother instilled in her since birth and held on to her faith in GOD. While music remained her passion she passionately grasped a love for acting & modeling as the offers kept coming.  Ready for her close up she has made appearances in movies, plays, and music videos. In addition to that, modeling experience in print, commercial, promotional, calendars, hosting, from bridal magazines to urban magazines this gorgeous bombshell’s modeling career continued to flourish while escalading her to another level. She intelligently used that as a solid networking ground and networked herself into an elite circle of powerful men and women that could launch her career to the next level without losing herself or without compromising her character in the process. She now currently host HOT TV Show and travels the country modeling and hosting while currently recording creating a bidding war with major record labels.  She has the talent, the look, and is a walking network that already has a fan base with no product. Ladies and Gentlemen I believe we have the next BIG star on our hands so with all of that said, I present The Truth…. *Diamond White*

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