H. Master Ice: Rising Quickly

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Featured artist: H. Master Ice – H. Master Ice: Rising Quickly

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist H. Master Ice.

How did you decide to become an artist?

H. Master Ice: H. Master Ice organically stated at the advice of a teacher. In second grade, I was temperamental because of my home situation. My teacher told me to write down how and what I feel instead of outbursting at my peers and classmates. She optioned me with the choice to read this aloud or throw it away after I wrote and vented. Consequently, I started reciting rhymes to my class in second grade. I did not start start rapping again until I was sixteen, and haven’t stopped since.

I advise artists to created from a place that is yours alone. Nobody has had your exact experience so each artist has had a unique perception they can express through art.

H. Master Ice


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes, mostly, if I perform, I throw pretty big shows and incorporate a lot of global talent in order to give them all a chance to perform. There are not any venues to perform in my city, so I make my own breaks!

Best punchline you ever wrote?

I could pick lines out of about any song I have. The BEST line would certainly be at the discretion of the listener. I pick, today, ”The combination: rebuild and restoration. If you’re sick of your life, laughter’s a medication.” From H. Master Ice’s, -A Days Bliss-

H. Master Ice

What are you currently working on? Did you release something in the past?

I have released probably ovber 100 songs, mostly in-home recordings online and physically in my state. Now I am working on a very special piece that incorporates a number of genres including my specialty, rap. It’s tentatively titled, People I Love.

Last but not least: Would you sign a record contract with a major label?

I’m aware of the cons such as low residuals from album sells and radio play. I would still sign a record deal because the productions and marketing tools/resources that I do not have, they do. To present myself to a mass market, H. Master Icewill most likely be very successful. I think many of my songs are quality pieces that if presented to the mass market of music consumers, many would buy it because it’s purely authentic,skillful and full of relatable contents.

Any last words?

I represent talent, ambition and pure hope. I can’t limit that to a city or a group of people. I do edify and strongly support people that are geographically disadvantaged and economically disadvantaged. I would like to make it out to show them that it is possible to make it with your talent regardless of where you are.

Where can we contact you?

H. Master Ice: http://ift.tt/15HkxAt

Thank you for your time. We wish you and your career the success it deserves.

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Musician unmasks new album with unique sound

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Featured artist: j leander tucker – Musician unmasks new album with unique sound

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist j leander tucker.

How did you decide to become an artist?

j leander tucker: I feel more like I was born an artist than I became an artist, you see, music has to come from inside you..from your soul. Music is something that you hear, but you feel it as well. You have to realize that the first music that we experience is our Mother’s heartbeat while we are in the womb. This is the music that awakens our consciousness to the fact that we exist and attaches us to the Universal Rhythms of Creation and Life. This Beat is the foundation of all that we are and we grow outward from there.

”Don’t worry about the song…just play the music.”

j leander tucker


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Right now I’m doing promotional events for my ”TOXIC OFFERINGS CD.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

The difficult I do immediately, The impossible takes a little longer.

j leander tucker

What are you currently working on? Did you release something in the past?

Well, ”Toxic Offerings” is my debut album and promoting is main priority right now, but I am in the studio as much as I can laying the groundwork for my release.

Last but not least: Would you sign a record contract with a major label?

I am currently signed with TATE PUBLISHING. Their contract is straightforward and artist friendly and they have the resources to reach the fullest potential of success possible. These are the things emerging artist should look for in a label.

Any last words?

Of course I would like to thank my family at Tate Publishing. They’re the ones who actually launched my career off to a new level, and everyone on social media who liked, commented and reposted. And thanks to everyone who supported me by buying my CDs and enjoying my music. And thank you as well for the service that You offer to upcoming artist. This has been a great interview. Thank you all so much.

Where can we contact you?

j leander tucker: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   Contact: Jonathan Richard   Publicist   Key Marketing Group             … http://ift.tt/1ypBtWA

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INTERVIEW ITH THE MIRROR WRITER RUKAS

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Featured artist: RUKAS – INTERVIEW ITH THE MIRROR WRITER RUKAS

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist RUKAS.

How did you decide to become an artist?

RUKAS: Since listening to Westwood on Capital Radio 20 years ago.

I knew then I loved rap. The Plan… The plan in my mind then was to completely blow peoples minds away with a combination of out of this world beats and lyrics that shouldn’t be humanly possible! Now, The plan is for me to create a goddamn work of Art! A literary linguistic, long lasting legacy…a masterful man-made musical mosaic! I intend to murder the word and resurrect it in the same breath, and force it to do my bidding for me. I’m gonna coheres the English language to strip and dance for me! Inspired by the story telling genius of Slick Rick! The sheer audacity of ICE-T, the comedic punch line of MAD SKILLZ. BIG DADDY KANE had the swiftness; BIG L had all of the above. And there was me…just a kid with a pen and a notepad. I tried to rap like these legends, but how did they put those clever words together? So I started writing, I was 14 at the time, I was wack! I stopped writing at the age of 20, left home to do all the shit you will hear in my songs, and miraculously came thru it alive! I took up the pen again when I was 30. Shit I’ve been thru changed me, I guess, made me more focused, seeing friends die around you does that I guess. So I retreated within my mind, feverishly writing, making 1 word rime, 2 words rime, 3. Then more! I learnt to tighten those phrases till the little fuckers squeaked! And so I had my style. A fellow rapper labeled my style as “mirror writing”. WHOLE PARAGRAPH WRITING! I’M NOT ABOUT PUNCHLINES, though I do use them when I feel the need. I knew then that my style was unique and original. Well…the time has come. I’ve waited in the shadows too long now, and as I leave the darkness, I emerge blinking into the light…groping for purchase…and as I do I reach for a hand, and I find the hand of Hip Hop. Heh heh sorry, that last line came from the poet in me.

”RUKAS HAS…HUGE POTENTIAL, KEEP AT IT” Ras kwame – RADIO 1. Quote during 2011 radio show where Rukas won the 16 bar rap competition

RUKAS


What about concerts? Do you play live?

YES, AROUND SOUTH LONDON, and parts of CAMDEN

Best punchline you ever wrote?

i’ll give you my best bars, I don’t stick to just punches, and my MIRROR WRITING is by far the cleverest thing I’ve come up with… – And it begun, I step in wars field/ The weapon steady swings ya gotta duck!/ I branded my tongue, sweat and Forged steel/ The second petty kings are horror struck!/ The amulet I hung, eleven lords kneel/ The legendary Sings to God above!/ A banquet for one, a seven course meal/ The seven deadly sins get swallowed up!/ “The offering of a rose basket I bare the lid closed tight/ The coffin was a closed casket affair the widows cried”/ ”In every starving land there’s a fat King/ And every laughing man shares a sad grin”/ Heights to gain ya got purpose a calling come/ Life’s a game of God versus the fallen one/ Across a Chessboard and the revelation seen/ like Gods at rest bored the Devil takes the Queen/

RUKAS

What are you currently working on? Did you release something in the past?

ALBUMS OUT – 1. SLAVE TO THE WORD 2010 2. APPRENTICE TO THE WORD 2011 3. THE TERRAN TALE TELLER 2012 4. MASTER OF THE WORD 2013 5. SO UNDERRATED (RUKAS & DEKAY COLLAB ALBUM 2014) 6. THE MIRROR WRITER 2014 7. THE SCRIBE ENLIGHTENED (JUST RELEASED 2014) 8. “RUKAS” self-entitled album (ALSO JUST RELEASED) ALBUMS IN PRODUCTION – 1. FUTURESCAPE (13 TRACK ANTI-ILLUMINATI ALBUM ) early 2015 2. EPIKA (SELF PRODUCED ALBUM FOCUSING ON EPIC ORCHESTRAL BEATS) 2015 END 3. THE GIRL THAT NEVER TAKES HER JACKET OFF (ALBUM DEDICATED TO MY GIRL, WHO BEEN THRU TOO MUCH) 2016 4. BLOODY BALLADS – (HORROCORE, though not in the way you might think) SELF PRODUCED ALBUM with lots of features. 2016 5. IS THIS ALL THERE IS? 2016 (I HAVE A HIGH WORK RATE, THIS IS TO BE A CONSCIENTIOUS AND MORE SPIRITUAL SIDE OF ME) 2016-2017ISH 6. 11 THE WITCH & THE WARLOCK (COVER ALBUM COLLABING WITH MY GIRL, covering our fave songs from the likes of IRON MAIDEN to THE BEATLES) PRODUCED BY MYSELF – 2017 7. COVER ALBUM #2 – UNTITLED AS YET) MY FRIEND IS PRODUCING – AGAIN A MIX OF OUR FAVE SONGS 2017

Last but not least: Would you sign a record contract with a major label?

Possibly, I did sign up with 2 in the last 10 years, nothing ever came of it, so I’m dubious.

Any last words?

Shout out to South London, my girl Chogaia (Cristina) my fam, Dekay (friend and fellow rapper also Don’t Flop Battler) Shout to Producer Matt Catlow, Shout to Adrian from Anno Domini…Shout to Midi intellect, M-Acculate, GM Pits, Janice Barrie, Donna the shit still, Ryan The Phoenix, shit, shout to anyone that knows me. Not forgetting my arge family. (We’re scottish heh heh we like having big families….we love haviing to remember all those birthdays….err…yeh…ahem.

Where can we contact you?

RUKAS: http://ift.tt/1FtKZtW

Thank you for your time. We wish you and your career the success it deserves.

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It’s Not Just About The Paper It’s About The Respect!

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Featured artist: Nate Jeezy – It’s Not Just About The Paper It’s About The Respect!

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Nate Jeezy.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Nate Jeezy: I have a talent and write every day and make music because I love it. I love to write poetry and set it to beats. I want to be respected and live a legacy through my rap songs.

Don’t Give Up On You’re Dreams!

Nate Jeezy


What about concerts? Do you play live?

I give concerts and want to give more concerts in the future!

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Deep inside I know I should be calm. Why can’t we all just get along in the words of my mom?

Nate Jeezy

What are you currently working on? Did you release something in the past?

I am currently working on a rap single called Staying Persistent!

Last but not least: Would you sign a record contract with a major label?

Yes I would! The pros is that I will get noticed and live out my dreams. There are no cons.

Any last words?

I shout out to all my fans, family, and Lynbrook New York, Malverne New York and Nassau Community where I went to school!

Where can we contact you?

Nate Jeezy: http://ift.tt/1rqBofb

Thank you for your time. We wish you and your career the success it deserves.

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Welcome to Swagaland and the #GoPandemonium movement

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Featured artist: Fellah Swagaman – Welcome to Swagaland and the #GoPandemonium movement

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Fellah Swagaman.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Fellah Swagaman: The passion to dance and perform as well as the love for the music began as a kid. At all the family outings I would get asked and paid to perform Michael Jackson dance moves by my aunts and uncles.

Never give up on your dreams if the dream is what you really want

Fellah Swagaman


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes, I have a very energetic stage presence

Best punchline you ever wrote?

You can do it now or you can do it later…..but time is money so you can do me a favor…..Do Da Swagaman

Fellah Swagaman

What are you currently working on? Did you release something in the past?

The lead single to my ”Welcome to Swagaland” album project #GoPandemonium was just released

Last but not least: Would you sign a record contract with a major label?

Once a major objective was to get signed to a major label. The terms and money would have to be solely on my terms. For one, today, if your getting a major label deal you have already created a buzz wihtout them and the the buzz created is why they have an interest, not the talent you may possess

Any last words?

Big shouts for all the support goes out to Henry P, and Preferred Brothers Mgmt and Ent., as well as Team Bossed Up with Kash and Jay Boogie. Also big shouts to Jackie Morris, Fullee Loaded Productions and Xyayax studios. Fellow artist Computa Mobb Lionaire and MDolla from the Boogie Down and R&B singer Victor Daze.

Where can we contact you?

Fellah Swagaman: http://ift.tt/1v7NxJX

Thank you for your time. We wish you and your career the success it deserves.

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Greatest Flexer in “SadLanta”

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Featured artist: Bruce Lean – Greatest Flexer in ”SadLanta”

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Bruce Lean.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Bruce Lean: All happened when I was kickin’ it with my self listening to some cloudrap music and watching Bruce Lee kicking some dudes ass. I was like damn, this music is turning me up to seeing Bruce kick ass, then it hit me. Lean is like hella popular with cloud rappers and Bruce is just such a badass name, so thats how I got the name. I did it for fun first, then after I dropped my first tape last year (which was just something to listen and enjoy nothing too serious) I decided to convey emotions within my music. So starting from January of this year I’ve been working to create something different yet familiar in a way so that people can relate to it. SadLanta dropped Nov.11 and since then has gone to receive good feedback and inspire me too continue to create abstract and innovative music. I will continue to create more music and continue to better the craft with time and experience.

None, cause im Bruce Lean

Bruce Lean


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Not yet, waiting to FLEX thru the city at your local venues soon!!!!

Best punchline you ever wrote?

BRUCE LEAN DONT WANT NO BABIES!!!!

Bruce Lean

What are you currently working on? Did you release something in the past?

Just released my mixtape ”SadLanta” Nov. 11 , been doing pretty actually. Im currently drafting some ideas likes ep’s with my producers BooedOnlineBeats or TheWillPeterson and maybe some others, not very sure yet, just know that I will only promise better and better material through time.

Last but not least: Would you sign a record contract with a major label?

Maybe, money has never been a factor. Only reason I would sign a record deal is if It promised happiness for the whole world, but thats not gonna happen cause I stay in SadLanta. Really, I just want people to come to some of my future shows, turnup, tell their freinds, let me steal their girl, and just have a good time ya know? It’s all about having a good time no matter what situation you may be in life, life is a blessing one should treat it that way!!

Any last words?

Shoutsout to my producers BooedOnlineBeats and TheWillPeterson, just some crazy Kennesaw and SadLanta boys that stay FLEXIN and making some wavy ass beats! Shoutsout to Christain Garcia my photographer and one of my bestfriends, along with Alan Fernandez, Fadil, Blaine, Kush (yes his name is Kush and hes pretty chill), and so many others that be riding with my movement, MY CITY! KENNESAW GA IS MY CITY! I ALSO WANNA REP MY CITY SADLANTA THOUGH CAUSE THAT CITY BE HELLA EMOTIONAL AND BRUCE LEAN STAY FLEXINNNNNNNNN THRU THE CITY!

Where can we contact you?

Bruce Lean: http://ift.tt/1AKZnhy

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