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Popular West Los Angeles Crime book “Young Loc’s on the West Side” is set to become a Hit web series.

Los Angeles, CA: Urban California author and professional street dancer Legendary Ali Shabazz has collaborated with P.R. Professional and lifestyle author Carey Harris to adapt Young Loc’s into a web series called West Los Scandelous on 2/27/18 This will be the first urban web series to come out of West Los Angeles.

Formerly, Young Loc’s on the Westside Part II, West Los Scandelous follows a journey down the streets of West Los Angeles filled with lust, con games, greed, and gun play. Just like the book, the web series portrays life in West Los Angeles, revealing deep societal values and activities this side of the city, while drawing on valuable moral lessons. Legendary Ali Shabazz who is also director of the series, does not hold anything back; he recently shared: “I’m going to give it to them uncut, raw, and straight with no chaser.” Viewers should expect nothing less than the same fascinating and thrilling experience offered by the book.

About The Author

Legendary Ali Shabazz is the author of several books including Moral Dilemma, Young Loc’s on the Westside, Dubie the Hustler: A Hip-Hop Love Story, Professional Street Dance and several more critically acclaimed works as well as frequent speaker at events and on radio shows,

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Tausha Matt



Indie Author Shares New E-Book Poor Man’s Commodities The Soft

                                                                  Indie Author Shares New E-Book on Commodities

                                                                                          Poor Man’s Commodities:The Soft.

                                                                           Take advantage of soft commodities on a limited budget.

                                                                                                                     Now on Kindle

Los Angeles, CA, July 20, 2016 Author Carey Harris’ Poor Man’s Commodities: The Soft: An Introduction to the Commodity Market Today is proud to announce his new book is now available on Amazon, I-Books and Barnes & Noble for Kindle/Nook readers. The new book helps end the mystery surrounding the stock market, and teaches anyone how to look for solid soft investments. With Poor Man’s Commodities, Harris explains how and why new investors should take advantage of soft commodities on a limited budget.

As the world markets are currently in a state of flux, particularly in the wake of Brexit, Harris knows that today’s small-time investor should make solid financial choices, and wants to help guide them toward the right investments.

“Commodities such as silver, gold and oil play such an important role in everyday life that many investors have found them to be a reliable component of a diversified portfolio. The same applies to soft commodities, which, especially in times of economic uncertainty, seem to be rapidly gaining popularity among investors worldwide,” says Harris.

Harris wrote the E-Book to take readers through thing’s they need to know about the process. Readers will learn what commodities are, the different types you can utilize, advantages of soft commodities risks, how to allocate funds to commodities, and more. The book closes with why it’s smart to invest in soft commodities during times of economic crisis – Harris hopes it becomes an indispensable guide for investment.


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Tausha Matt


Opening Night – Over The Edge Art Gallery

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Cult California Author’s Work Now Back in Print

Cult California Author’s Work Now Back in Print in New Expanded Edition, as “Young Loc’s On the Westside” Arrives On


The writings of The Legendary Experience have been favored by readers of urban literature for years, and have been republished after experiencing cult appeal in the 1980’s and 1990’s.

LA, CA, January 27, 2015 – Certain African-American authors have managed to stand out in the publishing world and capture the voice of a generation. Among these authors are literary stars like Donald Goines, Richard Wright, Iceberg Slim, and now, The Legendary Experience. This street author has been captivating both young and old with an authentic Los Angeles voice for over 20 years.

In the late 1990’s, readers passed worn copies of his limited-run paperbacks to friends, family, and cellmates, and now these beloved stories are back. The first, Young Loc’s On the Westside, captures the inner world of a cold and vicious street gang, and was written at the height of the Los Angeles gang phenomenon. Readers couldn’t get enough of The Legendary’ s Experience’s words, and can now enjoy them once again, as Young Loc’s on the Westside will take them back to the 1980’s era on the streets of Los Angeles, when crack was king. It’s the author’s very skill at evoking that sordid and intense time that gave him the name “The Legendary Experience.” Young Loc’s On the Westside features the story of kids that live on the Westside of the city, and lived outside the stereotype of other gangbangers in the city. Instead of bandanas, these gangsters wear preppy brands, but brandish cold steel.  “I wrote Young Loc’s On the Westside for straight-up shock value. America has a sick fascination with sex, money and murder”. I decided to take readers on a journey down this path filled with lustful innuendos and let them experience it in a gritty visceral way. I’m going to give it to them uncut, raw, and straight with no chaser. That fantasy has now been changed into a very sexy and gritty reality,” says Legendary. Young Loc’s On the Westside is now available in paperback on and it will soon be followed up the other books in the series. The author has several books to his name, including Moral Dilemma, Dubie the Hustler, A Hip-Hop Love Story, and Water the Bush, and lists Sidney Sheldon as one of his literary influences, alongside Sister Souljah, Goines, and Richard Beck. When he’s not writing, he’s volunteering his time as Director of Operations for Go beyond the G.A.M.E. Student Athlete Mentoring Program.

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Carey Harris

S&H Public Relations


Berkely-Born Actress Returns to Hometown to Perform One-Woman Serio-Comedy

Oakland, CA (November 25, 2014) – Many individuals are plagued by fears of becoming like their parents; however, Berkely -born actress, Neecole Cockerham, will provoke thought and bring humor to this issue when she returns home to perform a one-man serio-comedy called “I Am Not My Mother”.

I Am Not My Mother is an exhilarating and emotional ride to that old familiar pace of family, pain, and freedom. Yet, it’s told in a charming non-traditional and witty way that can only be told through the eyes heart and humor of the very talented writer and star Neecole Cockerham.

Neecole has experienced tremendous success in the acting world. Since launching her career, she has appeared in over 100 national commercials and starred in several silver screen productions including: Heroin Helen, Scary Spice and Love They Neighbor.

The actress is excited about performing in her hometown. When asked why she chose to do the play in Oakley she said, “The prodigal daughter returns and no matter where you go in the world there is no place like home.”

I Am Not My Mother illuminates the struggle of not wanting to become like one’s parent. It‘s a compelling piece of theater that strikes a chord in one and all. This riveting play will be hosted at Berkeley Repertory Theatre’s Osher Studio, in the Arts Passage at 2025 Addison St, Berkely CA 94704. The show dates and times are:

January 24, 2015 at 8:00pm, January 25, 2015 at 2:00 pm, January 25, 2015 at 8:00 pm

To purchase tickets visit: or call 1310-766-3159.

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Carey Harris

S&H Public Relations


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World Film Institute and S&HPR Joins Forces

World Film Institute and S&H PR Join Forces to Present The Instrumentalist Award

 Gellini and Harris have a new award category within the Olympia Awards to recognize crossover achievement in music

Los Angeles, CA,  July 2, 2014 – The World Film Institute’s Antonio Gellini and S&H Public Relations’ Carey Harris are pleased to announce the creation of the Instrumentalist Award within the Olympia Awards. The award will be given to an instrumentalist whose work has transcended American audiences to demand attention worldwide. The World Film Institute (WFI) is a nonprofit organization which promotes racial, gender and ethnic equality. WFI was established to advance the motion picture industry worldwide and recognize excellence. WFI created the Olympia Awards, a competition to determine the best from all major film festivals across the world. To be eligible for the award, a film must first win at one of the international film festivals. The Olympia Awards has seven categories, Literature, Music, Dance, Painting, Sculpture, Theater and Film. The new Instrumentalist Award is one of the branches of the Olympia Award for music. It recognizes the superior achievements of instrumentalists whose music breaks down barriers between people. The Founder and CEO of WFI, Antonio Gellini said, “for me this award is something bigger than just a statuette, it’s an opportunity to bring cultures together and receive gifts and inspiration that this melting pot called America can give us. This is about merit, recognition and finding beauty in individualism and creativity.” Joining Gellini in this endeavor is Carey Harris, a founder S&H Public Relations, as well as founder of the Best of the Best Advertising. Harris’s firm promotes up-and-coming music artists. Harris is excited about extending his vision to the instrumentalists. “This lets all artists know that they are a big part of bringing the world together.”

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Tasha Matt

S&H Public Relations

Public Transitions

S&H Public Review

Public Transitions to The Worthiness Era.

The public is moving in the direction of transparency called the Worthiness Era, no matter if it be entertainment, fashion, politics or beliefs. The way of life that the public is reaching for, will be the dividing line between the past and the future, the old and the new, the transition of thought and power from one generation to the next. The generations of the past will not understand nor be able to see the vision that will allow the public to move forward without a fight or a tug of war as they would say. The more resistance that is put before the public, the more truth the public will reach for and gravitate to. Consumption of quantity over quality will no longer be supported since there is no truth to that past idealism, there is no a need to carry that idealism into the new head space that will be supported and given life. This forward movement seems to be a part of the human elevation that is part of the human DNA and can’t be stopped. The question has always been “Technology Good or Bad” The answer is neither of the two; It is to who is using the technology and why it has sparked them to be inquisitive in any direction to find the truth of all things.



Carey Harris

S&H Public Relations

Honoring Unsung Hero Mantronix of 80’s Music Scene

Los Angeles, CA, April 28, 2014

Chemical Brothers, Skrillex and Dub step artists are popular now, but in the 1980s, one group set the stage. Mantronix was a pioneer of the synthesized hip-hop and electro funk sound. Now Hacker Boi (HB) s poised to release a new mixtape honoring the work of Mantronix. The EP, entitled “Welcome to the World,” will drop mid-Summer 2014 and will be a tribute to the unsung duo.

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This will be the third mixtape from Hacker Boiz whose previous work includes “Wax Museum,” and “Hack Da Planet.” The tape is unique among the market and helps give the recognition Mantronix never received for their work. Mantronix influenced a number of musicians, groups and even video Games. However, they remain a footnote in music history. The group had a hit single in 1985 with “Fresh is the Word,” a song sampled artists Beastie Boys for their single “Jimmy James.” Hacker Boiz is excited to share the influence of Mantronix with the hip hop community.

“This is our way of letting the world know what he gave us was something that is great, and that we’re truly thankful. We’re showing the world how the sound he introduced to hip hop has grown, and the new incarnation is known as dub step,” Hacker Boiz stated.

Hacker Boiz is a technology-influenced Group from Los Angeles. They recently promoted the work by appearing at Def Con Vegas 2013, a hacking-focused conference. The music is influenced from various genres, including jazz, R&B, hip hop and pop. As artist and music producers, they embrace a style with crossover appeal. The constant focus is on artistry and to release singles, plus remixes. Hackerboiz also offers live DJ sets. “Welcome to the World” is the first music track & video produced by Carey-Dot from S&HPR and A. Scientist from Asiatic Productions, it can been seen at

Tasha Matt

S&H Public Relations


S&H Public Relations Gives Aspiring Artists, Entrepreneurs a Blueprint for PR Success in New e-Book

Los Angeles, CA, January 15, 2013 – Carey Harris, co founder of S&H Public Relations, is ready to share his expertise with a new generation of publicity seekers.  The PR industry has been rewarding to Harris who established S&H PR in early 2011 as a medium to provide aspiring Hip Hop artists with cost effective publicity.  During that time, Harris realized that young artists were completely oblivious to the power of PR and decided to release “The Guide to Financial Success Using P.R.”, an easily accessible e-book containing the basics of independent publicity.

With an ever growing independent music scene, artists are solely depending on social media to promote themselves but know very little about what a legitimate PR campaign can do for them.  To this point, Harris says, “Young artists who have grown up with social media can’t see beyond Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and the likes to promote themselves.  Sure, these platforms are great and necessary but should only be one small part of a full scale publicity campaign, not their only means of exposure.”

The Guide to Financial Success Using P.R. Was written with aspiring artists in mind but can be used by anyone interested in learning about self promotion.  Harris concluded, “You can pay someone thousands to do publicity for you or you can spend a little time learning the game yourself and reap the rewards.  The ball is in your court.”

The Guide to Financial Success Using P.R. Can be downloaded as an e-book on Amazon or at S&H Public Relations.

About S&H Public Relations

S&H Public Relations is a Los Angeles – based company dedicated to promoting Hip Hop artists and culture. We pride ourselves on working with artists who aim to push Hip Hop music forward. We believe that many talented Hip Hop artists, usually referred to as “underground”, are often overlooked due to lack of resources. S&H’s goal is to provide affordable services to quality artists who are looking to receive greater exposure.

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Complete S&H Winners Interview MaG G & Rello Hill

Everyone wants to be heard and S&H is honored to be a “Mountain Top”. These are the answers from our winners, Give a listen to the pulse of the underground because S&H Public Relations is here to give voice to our own Hip Hop Community. Here are the answers to the questions we asked from our Nobel Contestants, Mag G and Rello Hill.

When did you know you wanted to be an entertainer? Give some examples of experiences that shaped your path.

Mag G: I think I’ve always known I wanted to be an entertainer. I would freestyle in my mom’s bedroom after watching Video Music Box, making up new songs. I’d add my own verses to other emcees songs coming up. It was just what I always wanted to do.

Rello Hill: I knew that I wanted to be a performer the first time I heard Distortion of Static by The Roots. In 4th grade, I performed that song at my talent show and I rocked the crowd, or I thought I did. Furthermore, throughout high school I was a teen-advocate at a youth organization in Philly where I used to perform throughout Philadelphia High Schools. That indescribable feeling that you get is like no other; it’s like a natural high you get during your set,

Where did you grow up?

Feel free to name names of who you’re connected with in your hood and the industry.

Mag G: I was born and raised in the Bronx, Right on Creston Ave. For the most part, I kept to myself. I had a small circle of friends growing up, but people started moving away. The neighborhood got dangerous. If there was an industry name to mention, it would be Buckwild. He saw what I was doing and gave me some guidance early on. Going to his studio and seeing the Biggie “Life after Death” platinum plaque on his wall was a game-changer for me.

Rello Hill: I grew up in Philadelphia but relocated to Greenville, NC in 2009 after                         graduating college. While in Philadelphia, I had a chance to work with James Poyser (The Roots member), Corey Latif Williams (former Motown recording artist and song writer) and Zukhan Bey (producer of Ludacris “Pussy Popping” and Jim Jones “Ballin”‘). Khrysis (1/8 of 9th Wonder’s Soul Council)

If you could do your own Intro, How would it go?

Example: Coming to the stage is…

Mag G: an artist who makes music from his heart and soul and continues to move the culture of Hip-Hop forward.

Rello Hill: Representing NC by the way of North Carolina I bring you Rello Hill

Name your influences and why?

Mag G: There are so many to choose from. Jay-Z, B.I.G., Kanye West, Nas, Andre 3000, Mos Def, Talib Kweli, Common, Lupe Fiasco…and that’s just Hip-Hop. Nirvana, Stevie Wonder, Quincy Jones, Miles Davis, Frank Sinatra, Bob Dylan…I could go on and on.

Rello Hill: I have many influences but the two that stick out the most are Andre 3000 and my brother Jamar Davis. I said Andre 3000 because if there had to be a model artist, it would have to be him. It starts from the way he rides the beat, the emotions he conveys, concepts, diction, syntax etc. To me he has to be the dopest, hands down.

I said my brother because he taught me everything I know about the streets. He molded my perception to be true to myself no matter what it may cost me. He kept me focused and well grounded. I would like to think my confidence and demeanor was molded by him. What up Mar!!

Name some accomplishments big and small that you’re proud of.

 Mag G: Being engaged, I believe, gets the top vote. Doing this interview as a finalist in the National MC Contest is an accomplishment. Getting selected by Talib Kweli to be on his Community mix tape, Being selected by AMP from Jamla/IWWMG to be a part of his compilation. Recording at the Converse Rubber Tracks studio in Brooklyn was amazing. Performing with Torae at S.O.B.’s in 2007 is always a highlight of mine and graduating high school with a scholarship.

Rello Hill: I’m proud that I graduated from College with Cum Laude honors with a Bachelors of Science in Nursing. I’m proud that I’m a 3x All-American in boxing with the silver medal in nationals. I’m proud that I put out my first complete mixtape “Rellovant.” Shit, I ‘m proud that throughout all the obstacles many of us undergo growing up in the inner-city, that I have a chance to talk about what I’m proud about.

Freestyle a short flow (6) bars] regarding your experience with our contest.

Mag G : Appreciation is in order/Bring in a recorder and some bottled water for the performance that I’m giving that’s made to order/Shout-out to S&H for the great chance I was given/And shout-out to Rello and Yahzilla/We all gifted/

Rello Hill: The obstacles of brick walls I break down to build up the fortress of these architects I sketched out, this crown is for the taking so I reach out my arms length,  defensive offense, cut from a different cloth my stitch is flawless. A young educated brother separated the apple from the Eve with no paw prints

Favorite quote or rhyme.

Mag G : Eagles and flags/American style/While in our world/The ghetto stays incredibly foul/Watching for paint chips/Don’t want no lead in yo’ child/But them gangstas put lead in ya’ child/” – Nas “No Ideas”

Rello Hill: Oh yes I love her like Egyptian, want a description, my royal highness So many plusses when I bust that there can’t be no minus Went from yellin crickets and crows, bitches and hoes to queen thangs, over the years I been up on my toes and yes I seen thangs like Kilroy, chill boi because them folks might think you soft talkin like that, man fuck them niggaz I’m goin off and comin right back, like boomerangs when you throw em With these old ghettopoems, Bankhead is better for em When they can let they throw em, down from hitchikin and bitin niggaz until the temple they call the body, now everybody got it Had it, talked about it amongst they friends Comin around my crew lookin Jazzy, wanna pretend like you Ms. Goodie, Four-Shoes, even Bo knew, that you got poked like accupuncture patients while our nation is a boat Straight sinkin, I hate thinkin that these the future mommas of our chillun, they fuckin a different nigga every time they get the feelin to, I’m willin to go the extra kilo-meter just to see my senorita get her pillow on the side of my bed where no good ever stay House and doctor was the games we used to play but now it’s real Jazzy Belle.. ~Andre 3000

Who would you like to work with and why?

Mag G: I actually have a mini bucket list of cats I’d give my left hand (not the right, that’s the dominant hand) to work with. But, if I had to pick one, it would be Pharrell. I just think sonically and musically, we’d be able to make some really incredible music.

Rello Hill: Old or New? A veteran that I would like to work with is Andre 3000 because he’s my favorite artist. It would be fucking retarded not to work with my rap idol. A new artist that I would like to work with is Kendrick Lamar; that homie has a gift.

How will you know you’ve made it?

Mag G: When I can quit this 9 to 5. Jon Favreau had a quote in Esquire Magazine that went something like, “I don’t have to look at how much things cost on the menu when I’m ordering food anymore.” Yeah, something like that.

Rello Hill: I don’t want to make it because then I will no longer enjoy the ride getting there.

 Name any enterprises you would like to promote, like web sites, social links etc.

Mag G:  I’m currently finishing up my “Freedom” project, hosted by Mick Boogie and sponsored by I am working on this AMP compilation and a project with producer/emcee Maverick, You can find my catalog at, hit me on twitter@MrMaG254, or get at me on Face book at

Also, if anybody is in NYC, I perform as part of the Melting Pot Band, every 2nd Wednesday of the month at Pianos (158 Ludlow St, New York, NY) in the upstairs lounge. The show is free and starts at 7PM.

Rello Hill: Follow me on Twitter@Rellohill  Mixtape “Rellovant”

 Shout Outs

Mag G: I just want to shout-out everyone who’s supported me and the music. My fiancé Tiffany Rose, my brother D, my mother, the Melting Pot crew and a quick shout-out to Jason Thome at Converse. 

Mag G: I can’t leave without shouting out for the support, and for the opportunity. It’s definitely appreciated.

Rello Hill: I just want to give a shout out to,, Torae and Big Pooh for the good look. Keep putting and promoting good music.

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