Monthly Archives: April 2013

Kandy Paint Records Is www.KandyPaintRecords.com & www.CandyPaintRecords.com Candy Paint Records

Kandy Paint Records Logo 2014 Gold

Kandy Paint Records Logo 2014 Gold

Mississippi Sipp- Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
Black Dog Puna- Da President
Big Mook- Chief Financial Officer (CFO)

Before anyone in the Universe becomes confused,misled,angry or at a disbelief at anyone on the planet outside of Mississippi Sipp aka Sipp Ward which is the same person claiming to be the founder of “Kandy Paint Records” and/or “Candy Paint Records” as a company/independent record label. See due to certain laws per say and certain STATE and some FEDERAL restrictions when holding a Trademark or a LLC it has to be one spelling or the other but in my Life since May 2005 of creating this brand and record label all based off of a Kandy Coated Crown Victoria that I had customized which is where the label name originated from due to almost 90% of the women I would meet would instantly nickname me “Kandy Paint” so as a up and coming Rap Artist,Main Artist on the label and C.E.O. I decided to run with the modern day brand name “Kandy Paint Records” hence “Candy Paint Records” since it represents an entire culture in the south and not just Mississippi. The entire Southern Hip-Hop and Street culture period! Since May 2005 the company has grown and is gaining tons of global,international and internet Notoriety! As of today I vow to become the “ambassador” for Leland,Mississippi so that myself, my hometown culture,language(slang),traditions and personalities wont get confused or misled in the world. So far I Mississippi Sipp have represented for Leland,Mississippi my hometown to the fullest and more to come. Kandy Paint Records Terry Terell Brisco, aka Mississippi Sipp, began his career by distributing his records through a small Leland,Ms Area record label. He started out in Arlington,Virginia where his mother resided. Despite being on the East Coast, Mississippi Sipp maintained his connections to the South through his Grandmother and Uncles who remained in Leland,Mississippi. Terry “Mississippi Sipp” Brisco partnered up with his lifetime friends and family Big Mook(Chief Financial Officer) Black Dog Puna (Da President),Reign (his half cousin) & Marchello “Clak” Wright. Later he and Big Mook (along with his uncle Iceburg) went on to form the group KPR. During the early 2000′s, Mississippi Sipp released a few solo albums Cadillac Dope Boy & Tawk Real Da Album, with very much success. However, Mississippi Sipp was able to garner notoriety for himself and Kandy Paint Records in the South by collaborating with various mississippi artists and through his compilation albums One Percenters,Pimp Tendency & Kandy Paint Records 5 Stars. Following his success on the East Coast in May 2005, Mississippi Sipp decided the time was right to expand his label. After signing several digital online deals and a Internet buzz thats so big. Mississippi Sipp moved Kandy Paint Records and set up shop in Leland,Mississippi. He brought his sister,management and entourage. In 2014, Kandy Paint Records plan to sign a huge digital distribution deal with Apple to distribute Kandy Paint Records music. Mississippi Sipp will maintain ownership of all of his master recordings,publishing and his studio. He also became the label’s main artist, and also will releasing the album “Pimp Tendencies” later this year. By 2014, Kandy Paint Records will grow to consist of Mississippi Sipp, Big Mook, Black Dog Puna,Reign,& Clake. Mississippi Sipp also writes,produce,direct,act and screen write. This started his movie career which will lead to films such as Rise 2 Fame & Welcome 2 Leland. Big Mook, Golden Boy, debuted at Number One in the streets.Many of the Kandy Paint Records artists will reach longevity and complete other projects. By 2014 it appears that the focus of Kandy Paint Records was unlimited to the Leland Mississippi family. This notion was further strengthened with the release of his artist, Black Dog Puna self titled debut album. On January 12,2014, the company buzz was so large that they literally had the Internet going buzzing. Mississippi Sipp realized it is more sensible to continue to run Kandy Paint Records and organize and finance the company with profits from Digital Downloads & Club Appearance sales plus the assistance from a few private investors. He named his publishing company Kandy Paint Content”. By 2015, the organized label has full ownership. Kandy Paint Records look forward to developing its very own distribution company, Black Dog Entertainment.

https://www.kandypaintrecords.com
https://www.kandypaintcontent.com
https://www.sippward.com
https://www.mississippisipp.com
https://www.blackdogpuna.com
https://www.bigmooktv.com

Twitter: @MississippiSipp
Twitter: @BlackDogPuna
Instagram: @MississippiSipp
Instagram: @BlackDogPuna

For Immediate Bookings Contact kandypaintrecords@gmail.com SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY!
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WSHH World Star Hip Hop:What Is World Star Hip Hop? Who Owns World Star Hip Hop Website?

WorldStarHipHop (WSHH) is an American hip-hop site, shock site,[1] and content aggregating video blog. Created in 2005, the site averages 1.1 million unique visitors a day. Alexa ranks the site 247th in site traffic in the United States and 983rd for worldwide traffic.[2][3] The site, operated by Worldstar, LLC,[4] was founded by Lee ‘Q’ O’Denat, a Hollis, Queens-based hip-hop fan,[3] and a dropout from Grover Cleveland High School,[5] who calls himself a “Haitian ghetto nerd.”[6] Described by Vibe as a “remnant of the Geocities generation”, the site regularly features public fighting caught on tape, music videos and other content targeted to the Hip Hop audiences. O’Denat refers to the site as the “CNN of the ghetto.”[7] In 2012 Alexa Internet stated “Compared with all Internet users, its users are disproportionately African-American and they tend to be childless, moderately educated men in the age range of 18 to 24 who browse from school and home.”[1]

History

Lee ‘Q’ O’Denat started the website in 2005 as a distributor of mixtapes.[7] Shortly after the website’s beginning, hackers destroyed the website. O’Denat later restarted it as a content aggregator.[7] WorldStar began focusing on material similar to the videos of rappers engaging in fights with other rappers and almost-pornographic material that had been previously distributed offline, via physical media. O’Denat used the setup of OnSmash.com, a website which had already been distributing that sort of material. O’Denat said that this led to tension between the two websites. He added “Once we went 100 percent video, showing that original hood stuff, we prevailed.”[5]

The P. Diddy promotional video of Cîroc vodka premiered on WorldStar.[5] As of 2012 Black Entertainment Television (BET) voted WSHH as the “top hip hop and urban culture website” for two years.[4]

Videos of violent fights

The website is infamous for posting videos of violent fights and public sexual acts.[7] Many of the videos of violent events have gone viral.[1] For this reason, WorldStarHipHop has been classified as a shock site. The Gothamist blog describes the site as “an Internet cesspool that’s cashed in big on senseless fight videos. The site’s popularity has created a sort of voyeuristic feedback loop, in which disassociated bystanders immediately videotape violent incidents and act as if they’re already watching a video on the Internet.”[8] Jeff Himmelman of The New York Times stated that the website “does many things but mostly hosts videos of fights.”[9]

David Zurawik of The Baltimore Sun said that “Now in its sixth year, WorldStar is seen by many critics as yet another example of the coarsening of American culture and life — another low on a downward continuum that extends from the Jerry Springer-style trash-talk shows of the 1980s and 1990s through to the TMZ.com and RadarOnline websites of today.”[1] Some media observers argued that, in the words of Zurawik, “because of its African-American identity, it has the potential to be used by some viewers to create or fuel stereotypes of urban America as an out-of-control, chaotic space dominated by young, violent, African-American men.”[1] Nsenga Burton, the editor at large of The Root and an associate professor at Goucher College, described the site as “basically shock video. They comb the pop cultural landscape for videos that are shocking on multiple levels and feed into peoples’ voyeuristic tendencies.”[1]

As of 2012, in some videos of violent fights, crowds chant “World Star” in recognition that the video may be posted on the website.[10]

One 2012 video, showing an Elyria, Ohio (Greater Cleveland) woman beating another woman, went viral. The name of the woman became so well-known that it trended on Twitter along with the name “WorldStarHipHop”.[11] The video received about one million views in a single day.[12]