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Featured artist: wonderboiiiiiiiiiiiii – e

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

How did you decide to become an artist?

wonderboiiiiiiiiiiiii: i really never did

shut the fuck up

wonderboiiiiiiiiiiiii


What about concerts? Do you play live?

yes, have most of myt life in the sence of being responmible and earning live

Best punchline you ever wrote?

uhhhhhhhhhhhhh…..what?

wonderboiiiiiiiiiiiii

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

getting a real job

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

no i dont care about fame or lucrativity of the music created only for entertainment

Any last words?

everbody who can rerelate and trake

Where can we contact you?

wonderboiiiiiiiiiiiii: http://ift.tt/1fdwl2h

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It’s Math3matikal

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Featured artist: Math3matiks – It’s Math3matikal

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Math3matiks.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Math3matiks: Ha. About that, it’s actually a very funny story. You see, my girlfriend and me, at the time of, when I was 18, were laying in bed. And, I asked her, what my rap name would be if I was a rapper. I was fresh out of rehab, onto the road of recovery. When, I had recently been in inpatient, I began writing in notebooks. Normally people write in a proper sense, of form. But, not I. I wrote in a more lyrical type of writing. I say, that because everything rhymed. and also, I used alot of metaphors. I blame that, reason of being, half-way on, RAP music, and the other half on my expriences in the streets. Which, It had not tooken long before I’d found myself, right back out here in the street.(Were I belong) Then, in 2012 I got in a rated ”TOO” R.3.A.L. stage of depression, because of things that don’t matter today. And, if it wasn’t for my cousin(Dizzy from LTG, a local rock band} introducing to Fruity Loops Studio,( a music production software, and my love for music, and my will, to put down negative feelings, I wouldn’t be thanking God, for me being here today as I are. I AM Math3matiks. I AM music!

I was told once, quit being paranoid, to open my eyes, well I objected by saying I AM aware, not paranoid, you got to relize to recongonize and not give up, so I won’t give up.

Math3matiks


What about concerts? Do you play live?

I have once, but I’ve been figuring that next, some where ahead.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Don’t be fake, be real! Keep it T.R.U. Rappersent for the realer you!

Math3matiks

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

I AM currently working on a self-album and a group album with the cru of the T.R.U. Everything I have released in the past, or PROducerd has just been the start.

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

Please refer to Math3matkal song called ”Labeled RapNet” please and Thank you very much……..

Any last words?

HMMMMM. Yeah! A quick shoutout to 479ATK ARK God, my mother, grandmother, sisters, and brothers, all of their children, My cousin Dizzy, and all his children, LoadThemGunz, My homies King Koopa, Mic Felon, WonderBoi, Matt Banks, Dustin and Tori Biggs, and their little girl, Ashlyn, hmmm and everybody else, too. Include you, rapbeats.net and all of you, ”The People” I do this all for you, T.R.U. (The Realer You) Peace!

Where can we contact you?

Math3matiks: http://ift.tt/1R1y2LP

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It’s Math3matikal

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Featured artist: Math3matiks – It’s Math3matikal

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Math3matiks.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Math3matiks: Ha. About that, it’s actually a very funny story. You see, my girlfriend and me, at the time of, when I was 18, were laying in bed. And, I asked her, what my rap name would be if I was a rapper. I was fresh out of rehab, onto the road of recovery. When, I had recently been in inpatient, I began writing in notebooks. Normally people write in a proper sense, of form. But, not I. I wrote in a more lyrical type of writing. I say, that because everything rhymed. and also, I used alot of metaphors. I blame that, reason of being, half-way on, RAP music, and the other half on my expriences in the streets. Which, It had not tooken long before I’d found myself, right back out here in the street.(Were I belong) Then, in 2012 I got in a rated ”TOO” R.3.A.L. stage of depression, because of things that don’t matter today. And, if it wasn’t for my cousin(Dizzy from LTG, a local rock band} introducing to Fruity Loops Studio,( a music production software, and my love for music, and my will, to put down negative feelings, I wouldn’t be thanking God, for me being here today as I are. I AM Math3matiks. I AM music!

I was told once, quit being paranoid, to open my eyes, well I objected by saying I AM aware, not paranoid, you got to relize to recongonize and not give up, so I won’t give up.

Math3matiks


What about concerts? Do you play live?

I have once, but I’ve been figuring that next, some where ahead.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Don’t be fake, be real! Keep it T.R.U. Rappersent for the realer you!

Math3matiks

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

I AM currently working on a self-album and a group album with the cru of the T.R.U. Everything I have released in the past, or PROducerd has just been the start.

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

Please refer to Math3matkal song called ”Labeled RapNet” please and Thank you very much……..

Any last words?

HMMMMM. Yeah! A quick shoutout to 479ATK ARK God, my mother, grandmother, sisters, and brothers, all of their children, My cousin Dizzy, and all his children, LoadThemGunz, My homies King Koopa, Mic Felon, WonderBoi, Matt Banks, Dustin and Tori Biggs, and their little girl, Ashlyn, hmmm and everybody else, too. Include you, rapbeats.net and all of you, ”The People” I do this all for you, T.R.U. (The Realer You) Peace!

Where can we contact you?

Math3matiks: http://ift.tt/1R1y2LP

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It’s Math3matikal

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Featured artist: Math3matiks – It’s Math3matikal

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Math3matiks.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Math3matiks: Ha. About that, it’s actually a very funny story. You see, my girlfriend and me, at the time of, when I was 18, were laying in bed. And, I asked her, what my rap name would be if I was a rapper. I was fresh out of rehab, onto the road of recovery. When, I had recently been in inpatient, I began writing in notebooks. Normally people write in a proper sense, of form. But, not I. I wrote in a more lyrical type of writing. I say, that because everything rhymed. and also, I used alot of metaphors. I blame that, reason of being, half-way on, RAP music, and the other half on my expriences in the streets. Which, It had not tooken long before I’d found myself, right back out here in the street.(Were I belong) Then, in 2012 I got in a rated ”TOO” R.3.A.L. stage of depression, because of things that don’t matter today. And, if it wasn’t for my cousin(Dizzy from LTG, a local rock band} introducing to Fruity Loops Studio,( a music production software, and my love for music, and my will, to put down negative feelings, I wouldn’t be thanking God, for me being here today as I are. I AM Math3matiks. I AM music!

I was told once, quit being paranoid, to open my eyes, well I objected by saying I AM aware, not paranoid, you got to relize to recongonize and not give up, so I won’t give up.

Math3matiks


What about concerts? Do you play live?

I have once, but I’ve been figuring that next, some where ahead.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Don’t be fake, be real! Keep it T.R.U. Rappersent for the realer you!

Math3matiks

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

I AM currently working on a self-album and a group album with the cru of the T.R.U. Everything I have released in the past, or PROducerd has just been the start.

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

Please refer to Math3matkal song called ”Labeled RapNet” please and Thank you very much……..

Any last words?

HMMMMM. Yeah! A quick shoutout to 479ATK ARK God, my mother, grandmother, sisters, and brothers, all of their children, My cousin Dizzy, and all his children, LoadThemGunz, My homies King Koopa, Mic Felon, WonderBoi, Matt Banks, Dustin and Tori Biggs, and their little girl, Ashlyn, hmmm and everybody else, too. Include you, rapbeats.net and all of you, ”The People” I do this all for you, T.R.U. (The Realer You) Peace!

Where can we contact you?

Math3matiks: http://ift.tt/1R1y2LP

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Holding arrows..Shooting pain

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Featured artist: Francis Valentine – Holding arrows..Shooting pain

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Francis Valentine.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Francis Valentine: Listening to music, studying the greats, and wanting to etch my name among theirs, really pushed me to not only get my story out, but also work on my craft, and build my own mold you know? I have a lot to say, but i only wanna say it if i can say it my own way.

This Haitian artist, JpKrusha, i use to work with told me, to stop doubting my work, and stop second guessing my skills. That really stuck to me, cause he was right.

Francis Valentine


What about concerts? Do you play live?

I have performed live a couple of times, but as for now im really just pushing my music, trying to build the fan base so ultimately i can open, or have my own concert.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

oractice the grip, i aint talking for pulling the trigger, its holding the ink am i considered a spilla still penning these bars till my wrist saying chill?

Francis Valentine

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

I have tracks for DAYS!!! I did recently release a mix tape entitled Philosophical Thought Process pt.2 ..now im just working on individual tracks

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

Only if i had freedom to make the type of music i wanna make…anything other then that is a no go.

Any last words?

Shoutout to JpKrusha, Six, Biggz,Stanley Rimpson J.R, Dejanee Davis, Jmissy, Obeezy, and any one else that sees a bigger picture!!

Where can we contact you?

Francis Valentine: http://ift.tt/1fdd5SA

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Sun7: Thoughts of a Sonic Terrorist

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Featured artist: Sun7 – Sun7: Thoughts of a Sonic Terrorist

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Sun7.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Sun7: By being told numerous times to stop beating on my desk.
Wrote my first rhyme in a jail cell.
Started making beats seriously in 2000.
Created my first 4-track demo ”Shock Value” in 2001.

*see more here:

http://ift.tt/1fcYVRo

Never neglect talent that God gave you.

Sun7


What about concerts? Do you play live?

I love rocking live…unless the DJ doesn’t know what real Hip-Hop is.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Who rocks the spot with the greatest of ease?/ni**as think they got the game locked, but I brought keys

Sun7

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

Right now I am working with the legendary Jay Quan on the Dynamic Range EP coming late 2015

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

Too many labels are not compassionate to the dreams of their artsts. I have no tolerance for labels who exploit and cheat their artists. I do not wish to be affiliated with shady people…so that all depends on the label.

Any last words?

Appreciate your culture and its history. Know yourself. Never play for the crowd…play from your HEART.
Stop following trends, start following your instincts. Study Napoleon Hill’s ”Think and Grow Rich”. Fight oppression, respect your elders and help the weak. Become a good person, and stay that way. Learn and practice discipline and ALWAYS have an excellent moral standing, empathy and compassion.

Shout out to those who have been there and supported Exile Productions from day 1….especially my fans…too many names to list…but you know who you are, and you know who you aren’t. Either way, thank you!

Where can we contact you?

Sun7: http://ift.tt/1GobF0y

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New bay area

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Featured artist: GO-GETTA DA PAPERBOI – New bay area

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist GO-GETTA DA PAPERBOI.

How did you decide to become an artist?

GO-GETTA DA PAPERBOI: When I was 8 years old me and my cousins we would record yourself on tapes on a karaoke machine in a keyboard we would do it for play but then I started freestyling and hanging around my family in the studio because they have a long record company and pants for my dream became reality

the best advice that was given to me was to never give up when you keep on your grind and you stay focused and motivated that’s what dedication comes in

GO-GETTA DA PAPERBOI


What about concerts? Do you play live?

yeah I do I usually had it the show with ap.9 of the mob Figaz but the show was cancelled due to some difficulties with the venue and everything so I ended up getting another show with HD of bearface and that really didn’t sit well with me so I ended up setting up my own show putting up my own money for the show but the guy that I was working with he really wasn’t trying to find the whole situation so it never got put together so now I’m locked up to shows what is the 2015 XPS with Waka Flocka Tech nine and Andre Nickatina did the other one until like August or July and its with rydah j. Clyde

Best punchline you ever wrote?

never been worried about a hater so why start now

GO-GETTA DA PAPERBOI

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

I recently released two albums mp3 mixtapes now I’m working on my third projects which is my third album and it’s already pressed up and ready for a release and I’m stores as well as online and its called heart of a hustla I’m soon going to be working on a movie call money talks so I’m like pretty busy

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

I mean I will sign a record deal with the major company but my problem with signing a major deal is the fact that they want to change your whole image and change your music around and be on that commercial BS I’m not wit all that fairytale stuff I’m with telling it like it is Elmo Street s*** I’m not home no no commercial s*** I’m on some real life Street s*** you know I’m saying s*** that I didn’t see s*** that I didn’t lived that’s my only problem with Sun in the major deal I figured if somebody’s going to change my image and trying to change my music around it might as well be me and so far I’ve been getting a major buzz from everybody from the United States Canada Spain France Japan I got people in Japan listening to my music following me on Instagram follow me on twitter so why would I want to sign a major deal when I can get the same response being independent

Any last words?

yeah man shut up to the whole day or your man shout to my OG potna G will K Fed me and all my niggaz that I fuck with mainly shout out tomorrow you no send my family Miami fans my supporters people has been supporting me on this journey and I love all my fans my fam my followers

Where can we contact you?

GO-GETTA DA PAPERBOI: http://ift.tt/1BhPaLz

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Brother from another Planet

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Featured artist: H-RAP BEY – Brother from another Planet

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist H-RAP BEY.

How did you decide to become an artist?

H-RAP BEY: I fell in love with Hip Hop when I heard LL Cool J’s “Bad.” That song made me want to pick up a microphone and rhyme when I was 15. I would skip school for weeks to record music in new york and visit labels.”

Study all the great’s in music,and pay attention to what made them great.

H-RAP BEY


What about concerts? Do you play live?

me and my partners are booking a few dates now, for the promo for my new ”EP” ”Brother from another planet”

Best punchline you ever wrote?

I’M more A.I. then KOBE, you NIGGAS need practice, this that godly flow from a pissy masttress

H-RAP BEY

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

i just completed my new ep,”Brother from another planet” it has seven tracks,it will dropping on july 5,we also just drop my new video ”REAL N7GAS” its a available on youtube

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

im willing to do business with a label,if its a fair deal…..but at the moment im on my grind,and my grind is going to pay me a 100%…can you top that?

Any last words?

shout out to philly,shout out to my 8ers duff 100,bobbi deniro, leek

Where can we contact you?

H-RAP BEY: http://ift.tt/1fco1zJ

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Brother from another Planet

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Featured artist: H-RAP BEY – Brother from another Planet

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist H-RAP BEY.

How did you decide to become an artist?

H-RAP BEY: I fell in love with Hip Hop when I heard LL Cool J’s “Bad.” That song made me want to pick up a microphone and rhyme when I was 15. I would skip school for weeks to record music in new york and visit labels.”

Study all the great’s in music,and pay attention to what made them great.

H-RAP BEY


What about concerts? Do you play live?

me and my partners are booking a few dates now, for the promo for my new ”EP” ”Brother from another planet”

Best punchline you ever wrote?

I’M more A.I. then KOBE, you NIGGAS need practice, this that godly flow from a pissy masttress

H-RAP BEY

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

i just completed my new ep,”Brother from another planet” it has seven tracks,it will dropping on july 5,we also just drop my new video ”REAL N7GAS” its a available on youtube

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

im willing to do business with a label,if its a fair deal…..but at the moment im on my grind,and my grind is going to pay me a 100%…can you top that?

Any last words?

shout out to philly,shout out to my 8ers duff 100,bobbi deniro, leek

Where can we contact you?

H-RAP BEY: http://ift.tt/1fco1zJ

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Y B Rich

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Featured artist: Ya Boy Rich – Y B Rich

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Ya Boy Rich.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Ya Boy Rich: As a kid in Chicago, IL in the mid-90s we used to do a lot of stuff. One day during Library while I was in second grade, for some reason me and a few other kids were having a contest to see who could write the best rap. Me and my squad won hands down. I mean everybody went nuts. So, I just started writing and learning the ins and out and now here I am today.

Study Your Craft

Ya Boy Rich


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Of Course i Play live. How else is everyone going to know who i am. And the Adrinaline, Mann!!!

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Dawg her period juice is not bar-b-que sauce

Ya Boy Rich

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

Currently im working on a new untitled mixtape that will feature alot of Underground Artist

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

I would sign to a major label but only if the the contract is clear and i know how my money will get to me and where its going.

Any last words?

Shout Outs to Chicago, DVG, LME, and 4 6, we outchea

Where can we contact you?

Ya Boy Rich: @yaboyrich16 on twitter

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The Teen Movement From The South

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Featured artist: Zaktoven – The Teen Movement From The South

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

How did you decide to become an artist?

Zaktoven: Well I one of my friends posted a video of one of their rap songs, and they got really good feedback. So i figured i would give it a shot, because i have been rapping my entire life but never seriously. It blew up quick my first video got to over 600 views, and now my newest has gotten to over 6,000 views.

That when you record act like your trying to kill the mic with emotion.

Zaktoven


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes i do, i have been doing shows for a little over 2 years now. I book all of my own shows and am currently not signed to anyone.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Say They got your back but be waitin with a knife, williin to setup you up depending on the price

Zaktoven

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

I’m currently working on my remix mixtape titled ”Just For Fun Vol.1”. And also in the process of producing my very first mixtape.

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

yes i would. The only pro is that they supply you with the money need to further your music, but besides that the rest are cons.

Any last words?

Nashville isn’t just country its all forms of music now.

Where can we contact you?

Zaktoven: http://ift.tt/1HIKIGQ

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DOEBOYZ

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Featured artist: DOEBOYZ – DOEBOYZ

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

How did you decide to become an artist?

DOEBOYZ: i became a rapper when i lost my dad when i was 3 year old that was only way i could of got rid of the stress but i made my own label called DOEBOYZ we got rap team sport team alot more comming soon clothing lines

DONT LET ANYONE TELL YOU THAT YOU CANT BE RAPPER WHEN YOU CAN

DOEBOYZ


What about concerts? Do you play live?

the last time we played live was back in 2010 but we are working on show in newyork

Best punchline you ever wrote?

http://piff.me/4415df9

DOEBOYZ

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

I DROP HOTTEST MIXTAPE CALLED WELCOME TO DOEVILLE

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

the cons of signinig to record label is that money they give you you haft to pay that back and they keep pushing our work back we should able drop our cds when we want but the pros are nothing you can be like DOEBOYZ and have all these fans and still do shows

Any last words?

shots to datpiff for showing me love on doeville shots to DJ WATTS shots to my bro RAPPYSYA SHOTS TO NEW YORK THEY ARE ALWAYS SHOWING US LOVE SHOTS TO RADIOS SHOTS TO MY FANS I AM ONLY DOING IT FOR YALL NOT FOR ME

Where can we contact you?

DOEBOYZ: http://ift.tt/1IVSmzd

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Just a kid from sydney

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Featured artist: Nairo Mell$ – Just a kid from sydney

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Nairo Mell$.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Nairo Mell$: Was inspired by the greats and passion, to make music to inspire and help out my family. And PUT MY TEAM, CITY and my SELF ON THE MAP.

”focus, passion, and trust in your self, if you make music that you love, others will too” doubters will come and go, but you always have to stay humble and stay blessed”

Nairo Mell$


What about concerts? Do you play live?

no not yet, havent had the opportunities, but i have performed at parties and for friends

Best punchline you ever wrote?

hahahahha i dnt know

Nairo Mell$

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

currently working a project/mixtape SINCE 97, and just constantly working everyday to better my craft

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

if im able to give my fans a wider platform to view my music.

Any last words?

GOD, my mother which lives in Kenya, My lil brother NENE who lives with my mother in Kenya, My dad who raised , my dudes Ethan, Daniel AKA Danny tee, Earlybird, William Ncredibules, Klimax, Bryce for fucking with me since day one, ZA, shout out to BARO his music is dope reping Melbourne, capital clothing, HIJINXX SQUAAADD

Where can we contact you?

Nairo Mell$: http://ift.tt/1TkfSsV

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Will It Play in Peoria?

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Featured artist: Youngg World – Will It Play in Peoria?

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Youngg World.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Youngg World: Well growing up in the streets all their was to do was make music or get in trouble. lol! and i kinda did both but now ive made the choice to pursue my dream because alot of people believe in me but more importantly I Believe in Me and My Craft, and that this is what im supposed to do.

Most people dont plan to fail,they fail to plan

Youngg World


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes, ive performed at a few clubs and ive opened for Lil Durk once.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

2Gs No Gucci Dats Gutta Gangg

Youngg World

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

im currently working on a mixtape that im going to drop a video to every song.i havent released anything in the past because of financial issues.

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

yes if the money is good. No if their not trying to take my group.

Any last words?

Big Shoutouts to my whole City of Peoria,IL Shoutouts to my Group Gutta Gangg we coming soon so you all stay tuned

Where can we contact you?

Youngg World: http://ift.tt/1cSTwgr

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my life and about my rapping

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Featured artist: Yung CaKY – my life and about my rapping

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Yung CaKY.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Yung CaKY: where I grew up and the roots traced back to that city and the style and culture of hip hop in Los Angeles

You’re really good for a young rapper. Keep doing what you’re doing lil homie.

Yung CaKY


What about concerts? Do you play live?

no I haven’t but I would like to

Best punchline you ever wrote?

your flows are just like cotton, they’re easily forgotten

Yung CaKY

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

I’m just getting some verses and trying to get a producer and to hopefully drop a mixtape soon

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

it depends on the label and I would do it for the generation and bring a little of the 90’s back and show people what rap really is. I don’t do it for the money or fame. I do it for the generation. I’m a Christian and I believe in God.

Any last words?

shoutout to my fam back in L.A. shout out to the city, shout out to Cali, staying westside. free my uncle Ralph , shoutout to Aaron for giving me advice,.

Where can we contact you?

Yung CaKY: Instagram, send me a direct message @drew.270

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my life and about my rapping

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Featured artist: Yung CaKY – my life and about my rapping

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Yung CaKY.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Yung CaKY: where I grew up and the roots traced back to that city and the style and culture of hip hop in Los Angeles

You’re really good for a young rapper. Keep doing what you’re doing lil homie.

Yung CaKY


What about concerts? Do you play live?

no I haven’t but I would like to

Best punchline you ever wrote?

your flows are just like cotton, they’re easily forgotten

Yung CaKY

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

I’m just getting some verses and trying to get a producer and to hopefully drop a mixtape soon

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

it depends on the label and I would do it for the generation and bring a little of the 90’s back and show people what rap really is. I don’t do it for the money or fame. I do it for the generation. I’m a Christian and I believe in God.

Any last words?

shoutout to my fam back in L.A. shout out to the city, shout out to Cali, staying westside. free my uncle Ralph , shoutout to Aaron for giving me advice,.

Where can we contact you?

Yung CaKY: Instagram, send me a direct message @drew.270

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Dj Iceman is back again takin us down hip-hop memory lane

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Featured artist: Dj Iceman – Dj Iceman is back again takin us down hip-hop memory lane

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Dj Iceman.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Dj Iceman: Ive wanted to do this every since ive seen my uncle A.D. dj when i was a young child

You’ll never see a hater thats doing better than you

Dj Iceman


What about concerts? Do you play live?

i do a little bit of everything. i really like to keep it at the essence park jams,b-boy circles,and live shows

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Sorry Slapnuts

Dj Iceman

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

Right now i have my ”Takin It Back” series of mixes where i pick a year and mix my favorite songs from that year. its getting a great response on the blogs right now

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

as a dj i feel i dont have to be signed to have my name out, but the promotional machine a label provides can be a good thing

Any last words?

Shout out to my Wu-Fam,all my dj fam from Facebook,all the people that are in my corner supporting me. Shout ot to Brooklyn,my home town and to Tacoma and Seattle,Washingtton my new homebase

Where can we contact you?

Dj Iceman: hit me up athttps://twitter.com/DJ_ICEMAN

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From Worst 2 Great

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Featured artist: Lil Kyng – From Worst 2 Great

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Lil Kyng.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Lil Kyng: back when I was young like 10 or 11 me and my hood homies use to freestyle a lot and people use to hear us in be like yall need to get in a studio so at 12 I started focusing more on music and kept pushing from there….

Believe in yourself is like on of the best advice i was given as a artist

Lil Kyng


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes I Would play live but never a show yet still in the awaiting

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Ummm…Its So Many But i think it a line off a freestyle on the Limited Edition Pt.1 Mixtape freestyle off that The Game-Ali Bomaya Instrumental ”Goon Shit Bitch U Elimanated My Chopper In My Hand Shave Your head Like A Cancer Patient….”

Lil Kyng

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

Limited Edition Pt.1 Mixtape on Datpiff and many more mixtape sites go check it out and three new singles ”Paranormal,Get Low, and She Want This” but we having release She Want This yet but coming soon stay on a look out..

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

Yea If the deal right ..pros: it’s fun. Let’s face it, anyone who works in a creative field knows they are never going to make a million dollar salary. However, getting to go to award shows, movie and music premiers, concerts, and meeting your favorite singers is worth it. cons: a lot of employees who started years ago when the industry made tons of money usually suck at work. They are used to being spoiled by having large expense accounts and up until recently, there were so many employees that they only know how to do parts of the work, they can’t do an entire project on their own. It used to be that even assistants had assistants and interns had other interns reporting to them. Once all of that went away, the average age of employees at record labels dropped from late 30s and early 40s to late 20s and early 30s because the younger ones have never had those luxuries. Plus more.

Any last words?

Shoutout to Pine Bluff,Arkansas Period Everybody In Arkansas including other cities in Arkansas also my fans
Shoutout to BDP Belair Drive Projects ,Eastside plus more

Where can we contact you?

Lil Kyng: http://www.twitter.com/tgr15

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Connecticut’s “Home-Grown” Haze

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Featured artist: Johnny Haze – Connecticut’s ”Home-Grown” Haze

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Johnny Haze.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Johnny Haze: I always had a way with words. Since as far back as I can remember I was always writing my own form of poetry and short stories. Rapping/Songwriting actually started out as a hobby for me at first, until I started getting positive feedback on my music from fans of hip-hop. That’s when I realized I have talent. As time went by, I matured, hand-crafted my style, and grew into the artist I am today. That’s how I decided to become a rapper.

Money is easy to make, but hard to keep.

Johnny Haze


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes, I perform live. I’m actually doing a hip-hop showcase out here in CT this coming Friday!

Best punchline you ever wrote?

The rap game will eat you up if your a weak artist, or your weak hearted- no need to prove that he’s hardest, when im sayin im the illest out thats word to C. Wallace!

Johnny Haze

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

Im working on finalizing my album as we speak entitled,”How To Rock an Instrumental vol.1”- I plan on it being released July 25th. I put out my 1st mixtape called ”Starting from Scratch” in 2006.

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

Yes & No! Pros: It can be the best avenue for promotion, getting radio-play, and getting paid! But the CONS: U can get ”shelved” and you can sign into a bad move for your career. Your not guaranteed that your gonna have creative ”say” and you can be at someone else’s mercy.

Any last words?

Shouts to my wife, Samantha for sticking by my side thru the good,bad,& ugly. My mother and my family. Greenblock Militants my crew. Any artist ive ever collaborated with, or done shows alongside with. CONNECTICUT for creating a monster!

Where can we contact you?

Johnny Haze: http://ift.tt/1QCwIz1

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we are all on our own journey

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Featured artist: STATICK – we are all on our own journey

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

How did you decide to become an artist?

STATICK: I wrote my first rap when i was 8,and still remember it till this day so music has always stuck to me.i was raised by my grandparents,white and black so i got a taste of everything from blues and johnny taylor to Kenny G .I really became serious about music when i went to job corps.i knew that making music was the only thing i could see myself doing for the rest of my life if i truly wanted to be happy.i tested my luck by doing the open mics and saw that people really liked it and that gave me the confidence to really persue it.along the way i have taught myself guitar and piano and i also write music in all genres im working on a way to fuse it with the music i make now and try to create my own unique sound.I know that music is the route for me and i cant and wont stop until i get my shot.

Stay true to myself and not let trends dictate my career they eventually fade out.

STATICK


What about concerts? Do you play live?

i have played live at mainly open mics,and i have done concerts of my own.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

cant stay in a box you gotta jump out like hopskotch

STATICK

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

I am currently working on my first solo mixtape. i released a prior mixtape with darkside muzik about 2 years ago.

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

i would sign if it made sense.the pros are they can give great promotional platforms get you into buildings you just cant walk into and distribute your music on a global scale.the cons are they work with alot of other artist to so all the time focus and money does not always get used to benefit your movement.

Any last words?

everybody in general who supports me,mizta flow a.k.a quis izzytrice for making the struggle beat and also giving me a place to record,also my roomates who give me their honest opinons before i share it with the world.

Where can we contact you?

STATICK: http://ift.tt/1F1iv83

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The Rose That Grew From The Concrete

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Featured artist: Skinee Mac – The Rose That Grew From The Concrete

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Skinee Mac.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Skinee Mac: While serving a 26yr sentence in prison in the early 1990’s, I was dealing with alot of emotions (anger, resentment, frustration, etc,.) and needed to release them. So I started writing poems to express those feelings. Around 1994 or 1995 I started hearing Tupac songs. I was 15 or 16 years old at the time. To hear Tupac rap was like listening to someone telling my life story. I never heard someone express themselves so freely. So my poems turned into raps. I now had an outlet to release pent up emotions. Knowing that different beats bring out different feelings, I became interested in making beats in order to develop the kind of sound that would allow me to deliver however I was feeling. So here I am now, Skinee Mac, song-writer, rapper, and beatmaker.

The best advice given to me as an artist is to protect my music.

Skinee Mac


What about concerts? Do you play live?

The only live and/or concerts that I’ve had were having rap battles in the prison yard in front of 50 guys.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

You aint see me coming cause im creepin out the cut.

Skinee Mac

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

Im currently working on a project (mixtape, album) titled The Cursed Blessing. I’ve released a few songs on YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook.

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

I would sign with a major label if the negotiations leave us both feeling like we’re benefiting from each other. The pros could be good exposure, direct experience from being affiliated, etc,. The cons could be not having full control of financial and property matters.

Any last words?

Shout out to Chicago, the city where I was born and raised in. Its because of here that I am who I am. This city has Made me. Shout out to the GD’s. I appreciate the Growth & Development that I was taught. And shout out to my mother for being there with me through all the hard times.

Where can we contact you?

Skinee Mac: Twitter @333tune

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The Path on MoneyBrickRoad

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Featured artist: West King G – The Path on MoneyBrickRoad

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist West King G.

How did you decide to become an artist?

West King G: I decided to become an artist for 3 main reasons. The first reason I decided to becom an artist is so that I would be able to paint a better picture on a motivational level. Secondly , I became an artist to let it be known there are many ways to differentiate communication and realization through artistry. Last but not least, to more or so influence that the struggle is real and can be easily overcame ; The hard part about it is putting your mind to it .
#G

Its not about where you do it , its about how you doin it and how bad u want it . Strive for better.

West King G


What about concerts? Do you play live?

I do perform live and I also do shows .

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Power respect all about cash drum up ah band expanding expansions , stay focused im focused

West King G

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

I am currently working on ”G Of Kings”. I have released a few mixtapes in the past.

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

I would sign with a major label depending on the statistics of the contract. The plus on a major label is you touching more people building more opportunity and unity for the communities . The negative side effects of it all is souly depended on ones self.

Any last words?

I wanna give a shout to http://www.rapbeats.net first of all. I wanna give a shout to my city Indianapolis , west 1600 to 4000 out east . Shout out Sincere, Mezzy , Slim G . R.O.W Mike,Head,TajhGee
#TygeeWorld

Where can we contact you?

West King G: http://ift.tt/1ARHLmd

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Rise of the lords

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Featured artist: Temmy bridges – Rise of the lords

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Temmy bridges.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Temmy bridges: I started rapping 4years ago with my Homie jay SanToro i was going tru a lot at the time and I had to find a different way to express myself and I was kinda tired of the radio so I rather make my own music to bump too

If you know this is something you really wanna do don’t give up or take any breaks.

Temmy bridges


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yea I do live performance and I also have a showcase with power105.1 June 30th

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Ten blunts of that sour d got the best of me now I’m laughing sugar and spice I’m fucking now I got chemical x in my jacket

Temmy bridges

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

I dropped a mixtape last December called mpt gang presents temmy bridges but now I’m just putting out singles

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

I wouldn’t sign to a major label I like to stay independent with hella buzz

Any last words?

ShoutOuts to all my lords p.o.p keep holding it down for the borough Brooklyn stand up and to my family back in Canada

Where can we contact you?

Temmy bridges: http://ift.tt/1dlaXHa

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THE Enigmatic BraiNgod

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Featured artist: JAC BraiNchild – THE Enigmatic BraiNgod

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist JAC BraiNchild.

How did you decide to become an artist?

JAC BraiNchild: I’ve always been surrounded by music. My Father and mother both are heavy listeners of rock, soul, jazz and hiphop. I started writing in the 5th grade as a poet. Then around 16 years of age I took rhyming more serious

to remain original and be honest to your craft

JAC BraiNchild


What about concerts? Do you play live?

I have played live before, and i plan on scheduling some shows during the summer.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

It would have to be ”.key capers cardiac rapture capture captain till America knew who the fuck Murphy Lee meant to in laws..lawds suits shoots ladders larders laundering Carson with carbon Larsen lapsed in a collapse of a time caps…soul snapped into a back place… perhaps presenting atoms with a rib cage ripped to keep his dick scraped… by waterways working Floridas Everglades in hyphen states… artist sister master maid sir named a Flo Rida.”

JAC BraiNchild

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

I currently have a catalog of 25 projects. I recently released 3 solid projects within the year so thats exciting. My first every Project was RITZ which can be found and downloaded with the others on my Bandcamp profile

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

I rather stay indie and collect major endorsements and such. I’m a strong advocate of creative control as well as Artist/fan relationships. If i do sign to a major they would have to approach me with a valued price and grant me creative control to continue the visionary direction I have as an artist currently. The pros would be faster exposure and distribution on all major platforms that cons would the lack of Artist/brand relationship, and possibly having to reimburse the label through units.

Any last words?

I would like to shoutout My United Stoners Guild family, as well as Aresvp and Spectacular yes. Also my boy Raven Mathews and his Girl Dornormaal out in Seattle. My brother Asad and his 199X movement as well as Loup Boy and Freelance Brooklyn. These are some very talented People, that I recommend following.

Where can we contact you?

JAC BraiNchild: http://ift.tt/1KLGqNO

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BROOKLYN NY AT IT’S FINEST

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Featured artist: Chedda Boss – BROOKLYN NY AT IT’S FINEST

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Chedda Boss.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Chedda Boss: The love of listening to music inspired me to write my own lyrics. Watching other local artists do their thing gave me motivation to start doing my thing.

Just to be soulful. Go hard , all the way with it. Invest in yourself. Because if you won’t , then nobody will.

Chedda Boss


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes i play live. I do showcases , attend major events , always out networking and building my brand.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Prices on the coke up & down just like a see saw / If money dont grow on trees , then whats the weed for/

Chedda Boss

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

Im currently working on a new mixtape called ”Tha SexTape”. It’s gonn be a definite banga. I have a few mixtapes on datpiff. And im also featured on a bunch of mixtapes as well.

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

I would sign to a major if thw contract and money right. Being independent is music freedom. U can do what you want.

Any last words?

Shoutouts to the whole Boss Don Family , Thirsty Boyz . Big ups to the whole Brooklyn. And shouts to Welsh Da God (OTS)

Where can we contact you?

Chedda Boss: http://ift.tt/1JuhRrr

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International selling recording artist Urg7

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Featured artist: Urg7 – International selling recording artist Urg7

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Urg7.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Urg7: Growing up and being exposed to music at an early age, I fell in love with rhythm and sound. Being exposed to Hip Hop with the release of the then popular Sugar Hill Gang record ” Rappers Delight ” I began to emulate one the rappers of the group taking on his name the Master G as a play off of my name Gerald. Further honing my craft and developing my own musical identity .Going on to complete my first professional recording and record release shortly after graduating high school.

The best advice I recived as an artist was two things , number 1 never sell your publishing and number 2 the 3 P’s, always Push,Promote, and Protect your brand.

Urg7


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes I play live all the time,and have performed live at the House of Blues Suset, House of Blues Disney and have opened for act’s such as Mack 10 & Chaka Khan.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

What you expect an investor to do? Besides realize you aint never invested in you.

Urg7

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

I am currently working on a new album and featured in a upcoming summer movie release GRAY Rebooted. I have several music releases for sale everywhere digital music is sold simply search Urg7 in all digital platforms.

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

No. The pros are company backing/ less work for you. The cons are you have contractual obligations.

Any last words?

I would like give shouts out to RAPBEATS.Net, @LilRachett @SikVic @MeekMill @Nikki3Ways @SeanCombs @Jay-Z @DrDre @BlackTone @SkiThaKilla @LexiconVendetta @BobbyBBlunt @SnoopDogg @SteveHarvey @KendrickLamar @KevinHart @MikeEpps

Where can we contact you?

Urg7: https://twitter@Urg7

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An exclusive interview with Don dada

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Featured artist: Don Dada – An exclusive interview with Don dada

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Don Dada.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Don Dada: Music talent runs in the family, my biological father was a musician, and so are some of my siblings. I am the only one who’s genre is hip hop. So i guess you could say i was born into it. I have only started taking it serious in the last year but now i am focusing on giving everyone the chance to hear me. I feel i have a very unique style.

you get what you put into it.

Don Dada


What about concerts? Do you play live?

i am working towards doing live performances, I just need a manager,

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Dont bang with me cuz i get buck,. ask ya boy he’ll say good luck. just playing i dont know what my best punch line wold be. i got plenty

Don Dada

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

I am currently working on releasing an album we got all the songs done were just working on our cover. I am also about half way into releasing a solo album, so look out for that!

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

yes i would,. but if i found a good manager that could offer what a record company could then i would do that.

Any last words?

Id like to give a shoutout to the boys i do this with, David YoungDee, Tyrin Cree aka DJ Cre3, And Young Homie KOS. And a Shoutout to my bro Kootenay MC,. And that covers it up for this town But id like to give a shoutout to all the Bruthas in Edmonton,. yall know who you are!!

Where can we contact you?

Don Dada: https://twitter.com/DonDada780

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Getting To Know Rebel

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Featured artist: Cool Rebel – Getting To Know Rebel

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Cool Rebel.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Cool Rebel: Since I first Rhymed. That was in the First Grade. I was 7.

Always strive to be better no matter what.

Cool Rebel


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes I play live and give concerts.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

I don’t have a best punchline/ Every punchline to me is my best punchline

Cool Rebel

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

I am working on a new project. I just released 2 mixtapes on DatPiff.com, Rebel Painting & Know Thy Name.

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

No I wouldn’t sign to a major label I am a major label. According to me all the pros and cons all depend on the artist.

Any last words?

I would like to shout out the whole world. Anyone breathing deserves a pat on the back. We all are just trying to do our best.

Where can we contact you?

Cool Rebel: https://twitter.com/sailor_shit

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Young V$ On the ATM Getaway

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Featured artist: Young V$ – Young V$ On the ATM Getaway

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Young V$.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Young V$: I feel like we are all artist in some shape form or fashion. So I never really made the decision to be an artist. It’s actually more of a lifestyle for me and my Team. I decided to reveal my artistry to the public back in November of 2014 with the release of ”Fuck You Pay Me” the Mixtape. Which was sort of an welcome back tape for me after being gone for a while. I mainly chose to release my artistry to the public on a larger level because I feel like there are Teens and Young Adults who may be able to learn from me or my music. The influence hip hop artist carry today is great. I remember having late night conversations with Compton’s Gorilla Black & H City’s own Cali Bravo. Without those words of support and motivation towards something positive there’s really no telling where I would be. I make music to inspire people to be themselves and Enjoy life stress free, while striving to be successful.

The best advice I’ve gotten in my career & something I communicate with my artist often is, ” Persistency & Consistency is what defines an artist, without drive your path can’t be Driven. ” (P.Harris)

Young V$


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes. I have a lot of live performances. I actually just did Coast2Coast Live La Edition at Club Dragonfly in Hollywood,Ca. If you would like to check it out. It’s available for viewing and downloads YouTube under https://youtu.be/aB99zorwj_cr. (Laughs…) Sorry for laughing its just that I’m actually doing a lot of prepping for an official concert. But I don’t have a date set yet. My plans are to release DC Ca$’s ” Lax & Aviation ” as well as my New ” Getaway ” Ep Hosted By DJ Cheeseburger & DjRobbyDee. So the Concert will definitely be coming to a city near you on the Getaway Tour over the next month or 2.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

” At 13 I fell in love with the pen and started tatting my ink/ my hustles my art I paint whatever I think / so whenever I speak… Man respect my thoughts / because I am creativity ,definition of art ” Young V$ ATM Official Pres.

Young V$

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

As I touched on briefly earlier. I previously released ” Fuck You Pay Me ” The Mixtape which was 15 records of non-stop metaphors ,gritty Bars and Lingo blended well over Well known Records that still get spins today on air. After dropping that tape and touring with Jess Jones and Dj Jayali on the ”Get Money Stop Hating ” Tour. I went right back to work on a compilation tape Titled ” Lax Lifestyles ”. Featuring some of the hottest artists in Cali. I brought out DC Ca$,DxBill,Bleu j & Mag Zilly (who I later signed to the label, Art2Money Inc.) OFB Yung from Cali Swagg & Ysd $hoota came thru with a hit record titled, ”Living Young”. So in turn I released ” ATMod ”,” Tasha Mac ” & ” Loyalty’s a *itch ” featuring Ronald Isley Sample vocals. I’ve been hard at work as of late on my new project, ” The Getaway” Ep. Which will be released before the end of the summer. The Getaway Ep has records produced by B Down,( RedCartelMusicGroup ) Don Mega, (1017 Kartel) and MJ Nichols, Poetic Killa and NickScott.

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

Yes, I wouldn’t have a problem with signing to a major label as long as My Team is incorporated in that deal. At the moment I have deals on the table with 1017 Kartel and Red Cartel Music group. But I’m leaning more toward Red Cartel being that it’s a second family for me. When speaking on pros and cons there are many different reasons why not to sign and why to sign it all depends on the artist . If you don’t have a budget and debt know much about music bug to rap, then a deal may not be a bad option but if you want to really release your brand as an artist with creative control then indie is the route to do so. That’s what Art 2 Money is all about. We believe in granting our artist creative control while at the same time building their brand for distribution to larger markets.

Any last words?

First and foremost I would like to thank RapBeats.Net for choosing me out of the million artists out there to interview. I appreciate the support and look forward to working with you guys again in the future. Also I would like to thank my team Art2Money Inc. for every single day they wake up grinding with me on this long road to success.Even when it gets rough we got each other and I couldn’t do it without you guys. If anybody needs Photography work, Video Production or Graphic Designing contact DxBill Of Fliitunes Productions at Fliitunes@gmail.com. Thanks for everything DxBill, your Fliitunes visuals helped me to get my career off the ground. I owe you one… (Laughs) Also Special shout out to Cartel John & The entire RedCartelMusicGroup for working with me and helping me to take my Career to the next level. *** Ysd $hoota feat. Bravo & Young V$ – ” Lightwork ” Video dropping soon to Worldstar !!! 2015 is sure to be our year …. ATMWelcomeEverywhere !!!

Where can we contact you?

Young V$: http://ift.tt/1KHd2IA out Young V$ on ReverbNation my Twitter is yvs_official and my Facebook is lammont Davis …http://rvrb.fm/1L9MelQhttps://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLT-8uY6Z2MArFYkLUa85Y0u14U9ouD_lB,

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I’m Get It

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Featured artist: Uno Da One – I’m Get It

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Uno Da One.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Uno Da One: I decided to become an artist in 2003 after remixing every track i heard playing on the local radio station. After passing out my material i began getting positive feedback on my version of major artist’s material. This is how my love and passion for rap hip-hop and R&B began and i have been creating and producing music every since.

The best advice that was given was do not take corrective criticism personally. Everyone in life is entitled to their own opinion but take what was said or given as a growth.

Uno Da One


What about concerts? Do you play live?

I do not play live currently but i have performed numerous times and I’m looking forward to touring in the near future.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

U-N-O what’s his M-O we heard through the streets that he ride on 4’s sip slow mo blow on dro and get that dough, on his demo he’s Mr. Get It In the only time we see him in a silver bullet Benz..

Uno Da One

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

I am currently working on Da One & Only Vol. II and III. My previous releases are Da One & Only Vol. I and The 1 Million Bars Mixtape.

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

Yes i would sign a record contract with a major label. The pros and cons of signing with a major label is that i will lose my rights of dropping music anytime that i choose to and that my music subjects and topics will be filtered according to the label.

Any last words?

I want to shout out Covington, KY where i currently reside and also Cincinnati, OH my birth state Austin, TX my sisters brothers and family and all fans and supporters of Uno Da One. Last but not least my son he is my true motivation and my mother resting in heaven.

Where can we contact you?

Uno Da One: http://ift.tt/1H4TfDI

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