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S1E9: Sneeze on Liner Notes

Updated: Oct 26, 2022

Sneeze talks about his "1,000 Fan Theory", finding his sound and the new album 'River City Demos'!

Sneeze stops by 'Liner Notes' to talk about his "1,000 Fan Theory", who in the Richmond community he's worked with, finding his sound and his new album 'River City Demos'!

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Sneeze Pop-Up Liner Notes (Season 1, Episode 9)

1.9.1) Peep Maxx Productions: Videographer and photographer, Antonio Lomax, runs Peep Maxx Productions and Absolute Photographs.

1.9.2) EDD Girl Video: Jacob as the mailman. Official visual for Sneeze"s track entitled "EDD Girl" prod. by M.Millz from his "Number 4 Ep". Shot by Peep Maxx Productions. Directed by Sneeze and @PeepMaxxProductions

1.9.4) Mixtapes: A mixtape is free, easy to distribute, and is used to gain buzz around an artist or even an upcoming album release. An album is more polished and produced in a way to monetize directly from the singles released.

1.9.5) Jon Swaii: ​​Known as an artist and producer, Jon was one of the artists showcased at the 2021 BET Hip Hop Awards msc carrying the torch and he also was in Red Bull's competition, ‘The Cut’, where he made it to the final round in a 3 way tie.

1.9.6) ​​Take our MixTaste Playlist Quiz to get you on your way. Don't worry, this is one of those fun and easy quizzes, BuzzFeed style. After answering 6 quick questions, it will direct you to one of our playlists with an assortment of local musicians and artists fitting a "vibe".

1.9.7) River City Demos: New Sneeze Album coming out soon

1.9.8) The Rap Game: Young contestants are pushed to the challenge when they enter this reality show about what it really means to be in the Hiphop/ Rap industry, hosted by Jermaine Dupri.

1.9.9) Rap-Unzel: Born and raised in Richmond, Rap-Unzel — gained national attention with her appearance on season 4 of Lifetime’s popular TV show ‘The Rap Game.’

1.9.10) Collab For The Crown: A contest where contestants are encouraged to collaborate on a song using a selection of beats and create a music video. In order to qualify to be judged you must have over 100 fan votes. Winners win cash and will have access to the Music Entrepreneur Club, an online club for aspiring artists, producers, managers, and label owners.

1.9.11) DJ Pain 1: Known for his production on Young Jeezy's platinum-selling album, The Recession, producer Pacal "DJ Pain 1" Bayley stays busy. He started off by making visual art, DJing, and beat-making. He also co-founded the first hip-hop performing arts program housed in an institute of higher education in his hometown.

His resume quickly grew to include both legendary hip-hop acts (Public Enemy, MC Lyte) as well as contemporary hit-makers (Rae Sremmurd, 2 Chainz, 50 Cent). He has also garnered attention for his online video series on production and music business know-how.

1.9.13) Computing power for NASA vs. Smartphone: the iPhone 6's clock is 32,600 times faster than the best Apollo era computers and could perform instructions 120,000,000 times faster. You wouldn't be wrong in saying an iPhone could be used to guide 120,000,000 Apollo-era spacecraft to the moon, all at the same time.

1.9.14) BMI (Broadcast Music Inc): BMI supports its songwriters, composers and publishers by taking care of an important aspect of their careers – getting paid. BMI supports businesses and organizations that play music publicly by offering blanket music licenses that permit them to play over 18.7 million musical works. Both relationships save time and money.

1.9.15) Rep!: Formerly known as Reppa Ton, is a Rapper/Singer and producer from Richmond, VA. The ’93 born musician is making it clear that he’s on a mission with over 200+ shows and more than 70+ beat placements with every great artist of every genre. He fell into the underground Hip Hop scene in 2012. Since then he’s shared the stage with the likes of Dizzy Wright, Jet Life, Rapper Big Pooh, Emilio Rojas, Father and DRAM just to name a few.

1.9.16) PGBrenegade: emcee, engineer, podcast director of Word Of Mouth Social Club and CEO of PGB Productions.

HearRVA Liner Notes crew with rapper, Sneeze

Episode Credits


Host: Elijah Hedrick

Floor Director: Rian Moses-Hedrick

Audio Engineer: Gordy Michael

Camera Crew: Alex Bolton, Ian Ramprashad and Jason Devisser

Set Photographer: Tommy Caprara

Gofer: Jai Hedrick

Director of Photography: Elijah Hedrick

Editing: Elijah Hedrick

Motion Graphics: Rian Moses-Hedrick

Stop-Motion Animation: Rian Moses-Hedrick

Short Animations

'That Was Close' by Rian L. Moses

'Inktober10' animation and beat by Theodore Taylor III

Music Credits

"EDD Girl" by Sneeze music video from "Number 4 EP"

"Cyrex" by Sneeze music video from "Number 4 EP"

"Bananas" by Sneeze Tiktok video from "Number 4 EP"

"007 With The Glock" Tiktok video from "Number 4 EP"

"Tightrope" by Sneeze on "Self-Titled"

"City of Angels" by Sneeze on the album "River City Demos"

"Liner Notes Theme" by Ant The Symbol

Honestly Smoked Diner Notes-"0.30" from album 'Dollar Bin Vol. 1' by Gordy Michael

HWC Sweet Shop Diner Notes- "0.14" from album 'Dollar Bin Vol. 2' by Gordy Michael

'Liner Notes' was created and produced by HearRVA LLC

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