Mrnes’s BIO


Not too long ago, if you were known as a “rapper” you were automatically stereotyped and categorized as one type of genre. It was assumed that you as a “rapper” talked, walked, dressed and acted a certain way. You were either accepted by your peers or exit out. Now, a new wave has taken over. What was not accepted in the past is now acknowledged. There are no longer limits. Borders have been crossed and music lovers have embraced the “rappers” of today.
MRNES is a part of this new waive. He’s creating his own music lane with his unique style, choice of lyrics and flow. Good music is undeniable. MRNES has redefined the term “rapper” and has taken this method of music and has transformed it into his own. He brings a new flavor to the music world. He’s sound can be described as Wiz Khalifa meets Fabulous with a twist of B.O.B. MRNES’s mission is to capture the soul that lives in music and create tunes that many can relate to and enjoy listening too for years to come.
MRNES is currently in the studio finishing his upcoming album titled “THE BONEFACE”. It’s expected to drop in the near future. For further information, contact MRNES at (201)362-9635

N.E.S. is a relatively new face in the New York Latino music scene who is quickly making a name for himself by connecting to and collaborating with well respected and and popular artist including: Fat Joe, Tony Sunshine, Daddy Yankee and Alexis Y Fido. From being an artist to the CEO of SmoothFellaz Records; an independent label committed to artist development, N.E.S has poised himself as his own entertainment machine

HERE A LIL STORY ABOUT ME:

Throughout the journey of life, there are a vast number of things that cross our path and come our way. These things, both new and or reoccurring arrive from all different directions; making contact head on, from behind, and at times some distance away from our peripheral vision to inspire and move us.The result of this inspiration, especially the kind of great significance produces an effect so strong that it has the potential to fuel the very steps we take. This is extraordinarily true of hip-hop artist, N.E.S., whose steps have taken him along his journey to strive for nothing but success. Born in the Dominican Republic, to then commute to the United States, N.E.S. spent most of his youth growing up in Washington Heights, New York. While in New York, he drew inspiration from his environment and day to day experiences. His perception of what took place around him and the opportunities he saw in those experiences were what planted the seeds of change to help him grow into who he was destined to become. However, it wasn't until N.E.S. had the chance to see the classic hip-hop movie, "Juice" that his actual development began. Awe struck by the scene of the infamous DJ battle in the movie, N.E.S. believed reaching out to people through music was something that he not only excel at but involve himself with as well.As his love for music and his desire to communicate to others increased, N.E.S. went through a series of transitions to get him where he is today. This avid music listener, former DJ and crowd hype man metamorphosed into an emcee whose skills would go onto create feel good, all-encompassing music that reaches a wider audience. With influences including NAS, Big Pun, Biggie, Eminem, Jay-Z and Big L, N.E.S. uses his experiences and love for his Dominican culture to give life back to the genre of music recently thought of as dead. With already going through and accomplishing a considerable amount, N.E.S. understands where his steps lead him is just the beginning.He has opened and worked with artists like Fat Joe, Tony Sunshine, Daddy Yankee, Alexis Y Fido, Mobb Deep, Capone-N-Norega, T.O.K, Lil Wayne, Don Omar, Akon, DJ Kahled, 112, Cassedy, State Property, Jowell y Randy, Rick Ross, Fulanito, Foxy Brown, Mims, Arcangel, De La Ghetto, Prodigy, Omarion, Christina Milian, B2K, Pitbull, Hector and Titto, Don Chezina, Fabolous, Nina Sky, Angie Martinez, Nicky Jam, Remy Ma and Busta Rhymes to name few. In the mind and eyes of N.E.S., success is just a matter of moving forward... Feel free to move with him as he moves! QuoteThank you father for letting me wake up another day!you are a true god
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By 4biddenknowledge 
This is a follow up to my previous post about the #ElBaul #Artifact. Read more written by #WayneHerschel at 
http://thehiddenrecords.com/tikal.htm
STAR MAP ANCIENT ASTRONAUT EL BAUL The El Baul site South of Guatemala is located 4 km north of Santa Lucía Cotzumalguapa, and would have been populated by the Maya that would have known Tikal and its legends. Not just that but if the stela below really is an ancient astronaut interpretation then this stela might have been created at Tikal and later moved to El Baul. Here is the greatest evidence in support of the ancient astronaut theory supporting star visitor hypothesis in Wayne’s star map theory proposed thus far. Erik VonDaniken was perhaps the first to discover an ancient astronaut interpretation of this Maya stela seen here. The full name of this stela is the El Baul Ball game stela ref and although it shows something that seems to have been celebrated by the Ball game itself. Wayne proposes perhaps it was once less barbaric game celebrating its cosmic visitors and cosmic detail. A game once more likely far less devastating to its losers and perhaps once celebrating knocking a ball symbolic of a cosmic body passing through the ring of a cosmic portal. 
The traditional ball players never EVER wore any cumbersome restricted sight animal helmet. Especially one also restricting breathing or with a restricting of movement additional back pack. The ball game had nothing to do with a cosmic portal opening either as seen in the stela. As mentioned in Wayne’s book, the person also has very slender feminine appearance which would not be a ball player. #4biddenknowledge

By 4biddenknowledge
This is a follow up to my previous post about the #ElBaul #Artifact. Read more written by #WayneHerschel at
http://thehiddenrecords.com/tikal.htm
STAR MAP ANCIENT ASTRONAUT EL BAUL The El Baul site South of Guatemala is located 4 km north of Santa Lucía Cotzumalguapa, and would have been populated by the Maya that would have known Tikal and its legends. Not just that but if the stela below really is an ancient astronaut interpretation then this stela might have been created at Tikal and later moved to El Baul. Here is the greatest evidence in support of the ancient astronaut theory supporting star visitor hypothesis in Wayne’s star map theory proposed thus far. Erik VonDaniken was perhaps the first to discover an ancient astronaut interpretation of this Maya stela seen here. The full name of this stela is the El Baul Ball game stela ref and although it shows something that seems to have been celebrated by the Ball game itself. Wayne proposes perhaps it was once less barbaric game celebrating its cosmic visitors and cosmic detail. A game once more likely far less devastating to its losers and perhaps once celebrating knocking a ball symbolic of a cosmic body passing through the ring of a cosmic portal.
The traditional ball players never EVER wore any cumbersome restricted sight animal helmet. Especially one also restricting breathing or with a restricting of movement additional back pack. The ball game had nothing to do with a cosmic portal opening either as seen in the stela. As mentioned in Wayne’s book, the person also has very slender feminine appearance which would not be a ball player. #4biddenknowledge

By @4biddenknowledge
The top is me holding my copy of the #Mayan #ElBaul artifact. The bottom is my very good friend #WayneHerschel describing the El Baul Mayan artifact. You can clearly see the ancient astronaut on the right with his back pack and breathing apparatus and breath coming from his mouth. To the top left you can see the #wormhole, or #StarGate opening and the being coming through wearing a #communication device. To the bottom left you can see his symbol or logo and the star system he came from was clearly the #Pleiades as designated by the famous 7 star configuration. #TheyWontTeachYouThisInSchool because it’s #4biddenknowledge

By @scars_and_stripez 
Scientists Prepare to Solve Mystery of Sumerian DNA
The
 ancient Sumerians, builders of the world’s first known civilization, are a mystery to us. Settling in what we would now call southern Iraq from about 5400 BCE on, they produced a written language, a complex system of mythology, impressive architecture, and a lost world that held regional hegemony for thousands of years. We don’t know where their language came from; we don’t even know where their genes came from. We have no idea who their modern descendants would be, and we’ve never been able to test the DNA of Sumerian remains. Well, not until now. A complete skeleton from the Sumerian capital of Ur, dating back to about 4,500 BCE, was recently rediscovered in the Penn Museum—and its intact teeth may include enough soft tissue to allow DNA testing. Nicknamed “Noah,” the skeleton appears to have survived an ancient flood and everything that followed: [British archaeologist Sir Leonard] Woolley’s team found 48 or more graves in a flood-plain, an area which was once subject to regular flooding. The skeletons there were unusually old, dating to an early era known as the Ubaid period (ca. 6500-3800) but only one was intact and fit to be removed. The skeleton and the dirt surrounding him was excavated and coated in wax and shipped to London first. Upon reaching Philadelphia, however, he was lost to time — only one of a multitude.

Until recently, the primary advocates for testing Sumerian DNA have been followers of Zecharia Sitchin, who hold the unusual belief that the ancient Sumerians socialized with extraterrestrials and may have carried alien genes. But there are plenty of more conventional reasons to study Sumerian DNA: it stands to tell us where the first city-builders came from and who their contemporary descendants are. The migration of the Sumerians is one of the great untold stories of human civilization; if we aim to tell it, DNA is the best tool we have.

By @scars_and_stripez
Scientists Prepare to Solve Mystery of Sumerian DNA
The
 ancient Sumerians, builders of the world’s first known civilization, are a mystery to us. Settling in what we would now call southern Iraq from about 5400 BCE on, they produced a written language, a complex system of mythology, impressive architecture, and a lost world that held regional hegemony for thousands of years. We don’t know where their language came from; we don’t even know where their genes came from. We have no idea who their modern descendants would be, and we’ve never been able to test the DNA of Sumerian remains. Well, not until now. A complete skeleton from the Sumerian capital of Ur, dating back to about 4,500 BCE, was recently rediscovered in the Penn Museum—and its intact teeth may include enough soft tissue to allow DNA testing. Nicknamed “Noah,” the skeleton appears to have survived an ancient flood and everything that followed: [British archaeologist Sir Leonard] Woolley’s team found 48 or more graves in a flood-plain, an area which was once subject to regular flooding. The skeletons there were unusually old, dating to an early era known as the Ubaid period (ca. 6500-3800) but only one was intact and fit to be removed. The skeleton and the dirt surrounding him was excavated and coated in wax and shipped to London first. Upon reaching Philadelphia, however, he was lost to time — only one of a multitude.

Until recently, the primary advocates for testing Sumerian DNA have been followers of Zecharia Sitchin, who hold the unusual belief that the ancient Sumerians socialized with extraterrestrials and may have carried alien genes. But there are plenty of more conventional reasons to study Sumerian DNA: it stands to tell us where the first city-builders came from and who their contemporary descendants are. The migration of the Sumerians is one of the great untold stories of human civilization; if we aim to tell it, DNA is the best tool we have.

😭😭😂😭😂 ya stupid lmao #nochill

😭😭😂😭😂 ya stupid lmao #nochill

In what is a cool mainstream find, Russian cosmonauts havediscovered LIFE clinging to the outside of the International Space Station. This is the first time living organisms have been found on the space station and scientists are not sure how it got there.The CreaturesThe creatures were found during a space walk to clean the surface of the space station. The organisms seem to be a type of sea plankton and how they remained alive in space is what seems to be troubling scientists. According to Sploid, Russian scientists are both “shocked by [the] discovery and can’t really explain how [it] is possible.”Results of the experiment are absolutely unique,” Russian ISS Orbital Mission Chief Vladimir Solovyev told the ITAR-TASS News Agency. “This should be studied further.”
Not Quite Alien, But It Is Life
To some of us we might already believe in aliens, others may not hold that belief, either way, this is cool news because it further shows the possibility of life in space for those that currently don’t believe it’s possible.
Some scientists believe that the organisms were carried from the ocean by uplifting air currents. Since the organisms are not native to Baikanour, Kazakhstan where the vessel took of, many don’t believe they were brought up during flight. This makes it very difficult to answer the question: “How did they get there?”
The organisms found on the vessel have a mouth, limbs, digestive tract, muscles, and a nervous system! They are aliens! Just not in the typical sense we may picture when thinking about life in space. Known as tardigrades, these little creatures are amazing at enduring harsh conditions, which is why drawing the conclusion that they could have originated in space isn’t so toughPushing The BoundariesNo matter how you cut it, it’s cool. Like mentioned previously, there are those of us who fully believe in aliens. We may have studied all the evidence, seen UFOs ourselves or have had even more profound experiences. For this group of people, this is a mainstream discovery that will help open the minds of those who deny any possibility of life in space.For those of us who don’t believe in aliens at all, or life in space, (read more below👇👇

In what is a cool mainstream find, Russian cosmonauts havediscovered LIFE clinging to the outside of the International Space Station. This is the first time living organisms have been found on the space station and scientists are not sure how it got there.The CreaturesThe creatures were found during a space walk to clean the surface of the space station. The organisms seem to be a type of sea plankton and how they remained alive in space is what seems to be troubling scientists. According to Sploid, Russian scientists are both “shocked by [the] discovery and can’t really explain how [it] is possible.”Results of the experiment are absolutely unique,” Russian ISS Orbital Mission Chief Vladimir Solovyev told the ITAR-TASS News Agency. “This should be studied further.”
Not Quite Alien, But It Is Life
To some of us we might already believe in aliens, others may not hold that belief, either way, this is cool news because it further shows the possibility of life in space for those that currently don’t believe it’s possible.
Some scientists believe that the organisms were carried from the ocean by uplifting air currents. Since the organisms are not native to Baikanour, Kazakhstan where the vessel took of, many don’t believe they were brought up during flight. This makes it very difficult to answer the question: “How did they get there?”
The organisms found on the vessel have a mouth, limbs, digestive tract, muscles, and a nervous system! They are aliens! Just not in the typical sense we may picture when thinking about life in space. Known as tardigrades, these little creatures are amazing at enduring harsh conditions, which is why drawing the conclusion that they could have originated in space isn’t so toughPushing The BoundariesNo matter how you cut it, it’s cool. Like mentioned previously, there are those of us who fully believe in aliens. We may have studied all the evidence, seen UFOs ourselves or have had even more profound experiences. For this group of people, this is a mainstream discovery that will help open the minds of those who deny any possibility of life in space.For those of us who don’t believe in aliens at all, or life in space, (read more below👇👇

My Heaven!!!! 😎😊😎😎😎😎😍😍😍😍😍😘😍

My Heaven!!!! 😎😊😎😎😎😎😍😍😍😍😍😘😍

@apmontalvo  remember when h use to curse me out lmaoo I think you choked me onces lol or hit me with some lol

@apmontalvo remember when h use to curse me out lmaoo I think you choked me onces lol or hit me with some lol

By truth_society 
The Rwandan prescription for Depression: Sun, drum, dance, community. “We had a lot of trouble with western mental health workers who came here immediately after the genocide and we had to ask some of them to leave. They came and their practice did not involve being outside in the sun where you begin to feel better, there was no music or drumming to get your blood flowing again, there was no sense that everyone had taken the day off so that the entire community could come together to try to lift you up and bring you back to joy, there was no acknowledgement of the depression as something invasive and external that could actually be cast out again. Instead they would take people one at a time into these dingy little rooms and have them sit around for an hour or so and talk about bad things that had happened to them. We had to ask them to leave.” -A Rwandan talking to a western writer, Andrew Solomon, about his experience with western mental health and depression. Repost @mapvivmapboule

By truth_society
The Rwandan prescription for Depression: Sun, drum, dance, community. “We had a lot of trouble with western mental health workers who came here immediately after the genocide and we had to ask some of them to leave. They came and their practice did not involve being outside in the sun where you begin to feel better, there was no music or drumming to get your blood flowing again, there was no sense that everyone had taken the day off so that the entire community could come together to try to lift you up and bring you back to joy, there was no acknowledgement of the depression as something invasive and external that could actually be cast out again. Instead they would take people one at a time into these dingy little rooms and have them sit around for an hour or so and talk about bad things that had happened to them. We had to ask them to leave.” -A Rwandan talking to a western writer, Andrew Solomon, about his experience with western mental health and depression. Repost @mapvivmapboule

By @truth_society 
Adam Lanza is the Sandy Hook shooter. James Foley is the journalist murdered by ISIS. Crisis actors are used for false flags.  ( we all chilling enjoying our weekend while the government is fucking us and lying to us in plain sight.. Isis is the new alqueda.. They work for the us government is all false flags.. Money for wars wars for money… Smh keep thinking this shit won’t affect us ..  It’s all a matter if time ..  If this picture don’t make you go wtf then wtf lol😳😳👊💥👊💥

By @truth_society
Adam Lanza is the Sandy Hook shooter. James Foley is the journalist murdered by ISIS. Crisis actors are used for false flags. ( we all chilling enjoying our weekend while the government is fucking us and lying to us in plain sight.. Isis is the new alqueda.. They work for the us government is all false flags.. Money for wars wars for money… Smh keep thinking this shit won’t affect us .. It’s all a matter if time .. If this picture don’t make you go wtf then wtf lol😳😳👊💥👊💥

Got to see my cuzz sondy Crazy ass mofo .. Lol love him to death  #smoothfellaboys

Got to see my cuzz sondy Crazy ass mofo .. Lol love him to death #smoothfellaboys