Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Memphis Music Women Part One: Phu'Cha & Butta

Weds. September 8, 2010


Time: 9 PM C/10 PM E/7 PM P

Call-in Number: 646-652-4593


topic: Memphis Music Women Part One: Phu'Cha & Butta

Featured & Honorable Guests...


About Phu'Cha (pronounced Future)
In her artistic prime, Phu'Cha's creative momentum has hit the ground running. Her sexy flow with her raspy southern twang, has birthed another signature voice that can be distinctly picked out by music lovers. Singing since she was a toddler, this saggitarius, seventy's baby, always had a genuine love for music. That era created timeless music that inspired her like The Isley Brothers, The O'Jays, Jeffrey Osborne, Commodores, Barry White and many more. Add a hint of Billie Holiday, Minnie Riperton, or Gladys Knight, you have formulated a neo soul, funky, but sultry movement with Phu'Cha's name written all over it

'Shine' The Official Video



About Butta
Artist Bio Hip hop artist and writer, "Butta", hails from Memphis, Tennessee. “She is a prolific rapper and spoken word artist.” -Tonya Denise Butler, Esq., LL.M. Her voice and flow have an inherent smoothness to them, thus the name: Butta. Her style of music is influenced by black power-house females like MC Lyte, Salt-n-Pepa, Lauryn Hill, and Queen Latifah to name a few. She has drawn on her many life experiences and lessons to create songs and lyrics that are empathetic to those who can relate. Not bashing on other female artists, but she brings a positive kind of realness and truth behind every word she “spits” no matter what the situation is.

She combines a fiery hip-hop flow and painfully genuine spoken word unlike what many artists have ever spoken.

As she is determined to strive for the best, she looks to her mother a Breast Cancer survivor as her inspiration through it all. Within the hooks of her songs, you’ll hear her with a soulful singing voice rooted in her gospel upbringing.

Butta has just completed her 1st EP, “Butta’s Permit,” which is currently making way around Memphis and surrounding cities. She’s currently performing at Open Mic’s and other similar venues to promote and distribute her CD. She has performed with group called, “Bread n Butta”, and written the theme song for The Professor Butler show, which should be airing soon. Butta has performed live with S. Poitier, upcoming R&B artist on his single “Living like a King”. She is currently working on the next album’s which will be her debut album.

In 2009 she received 1st place honors at the University of Memphis' Showtime at the Q-Apollo Talent Competition and the 2009 Blue TOM Records Idol Search Talent Competition. Those debuts led to a dramatic spike in her local awareness. “She has a strong kind of flavor and lyrical style that supersedes age, race, belief, or orientation”.

Tha Artivist



W.E. A.L.L. B.E. Needs Your Support...Give To Grow The Movement!

Want More???
Want To Hear More Tha Artivist Presents…W.E. A.L.L. B.E. Radio??? Click On The Following Link: /weallbe

E-mail Us Your Questions And Comments @

Follow W.E. A.L.L. B.E. On...




As Always Please Spread The Good News!!!

W.E. A.L.L. B.E. Needs Your Support...Give To Grow The Movement!

See Also...

"Real Talk With Tha Artivist" TV Show On Memphis Comcast Channel 17

Mondays @ 8pm Central



Buy The Award Winning James Reese Europe: Jazz Lieutenant

*Named To The Smithsonian Institute's Jazz Books For Kids And Young Adults List*

Official Website:


Buy The Book @


Planning & Preparing For College

$ Millions Of Dollars In Scholarships, Internships & Job Offers $ Please Visit


Advertise With W.E. A.L.L. B.E.!!!

Affordable Rates...$Incredible Returns$

***For More Info & Quotes Please Contact Us:
phone: 901-299-4355

The W.E. A.L.L. B.E. Group, Inc.
P.O. Box 752062
Memphis, TN 38175***

***Radio Free Dixie For The 21st Century***

No comments:

Post a Comment