New Underground Rapper

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Featured artist: Fatality – New Underground Rapper

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

How did you decide to become an artist?

Fatality: I decided to become an artist right after high school, I became interested in being an audio engineer, and someone asked me to try rapping, and I instantly loved it.

Never give up your dream.

Fatality


What about concerts? Do you play live?

I haven’t played live or done any concerts yet. I’m still trying to become more known.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

You can’t touch the nigga with the santa hat, he’ll swing his big white ball and make you forget where you’re even at! Ha.

Fatality

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

I just released my first album, called ”Living In This World”

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

I honestly don’t know. Of course I want to be known and respected for being underground, and being independent. But ya know, sometimes everybody needs help getting started. I wouldn’t like people telling me what to do, because it’s my art and my mind that I’m trying to capture. But then again, they have alot more resources and knowledge than I do, so.

Any last words?

I’m representing West Chester, OH.
Straight out of the 513.

Where can we contact you?

Fatality: http://ift.tt/1SNz9zO

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Welcome To Chinaa Town

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Featured artist: Chinaa Doll – Welcome To Chinaa Town

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Chinaa Doll.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Chinaa Doll: I never decided to become an artist, I was born this way (in the words of the modern rainbowist) haha. PAUSE but I have been rapping since I was 3 and singing since I was 5. Music gave me a self identify, self worth, and it gave me confidence. While growing up there was so many people that told me that I wasn’t pretty, because of my small eyes . They told me that I would never be good enough because I wasa plus size woman, but my music proved them wrong. People could not deny the fact that my music was a language for those who most people could not understand. I speak for those that know how it fell to be looked down upon; We are more then what you see us. We are CHINC(S)!!

The best advice that I was given to me as an artist is from my mother. She always told me to

Chinaa Doll


What about concerts? Do you play live?

I play the guitar, and i have been performing since I could open the little eyes that i do have. haha. I started off playing in plays while in kindergarten but my recent concerts are when i performed at the Kwanzaa Fest, Mlk Parade, and other wonderful large venues.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Get out my face you unworthy creature . Shades cover nothing small eyes, but i see ya. Born in the light so i shine in the dark. They born in the dark so they jump when i spark.

Chinaa Doll

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

I will be releasing my new Mixtape ”Chinaa Town” at the end of August; The exact date is TBA. This mixtape is all original and the sound is for individuals who love to have fun and rid negativity. My music is for everyone! I am currently working on my next Mixtape as well called ”Something To Say”. This mixtape will have a more personal connection with my fans because i will discuss my pains, happiness, and other emotions about life, politics, and religion. I look forward to releasing my first mixtape but please believe IT ONLY GETS BETTER !!

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

This is some a difficult question. I would prefer to stay independed and instead get distribution from a major label. The only way that i will sign with a major label is if the label grants me full control over my career, and there wishes for me dont counteract my values, morals, and belief.

Any last words?

I wanna give a shout out to El Shaddai.
I wanna shout out Team Chinc, ChinaaDollMusic Inc, my ma Tangela Holloway and my sister Timmisha Holloway for always supporting me; besti Curtis Govan, Serkiah Jordan, my wonderdul consultant Sharkie (Anthony Handy), Jd Da God, Hippie Snooks, Nia, Nene, and everybody that’s been rocking with me.
Then I wanna shout out my two cities – Milwaukee and Dallas.

Where can we contact you?

Chinaa Doll: https://youtu.be/4VED8pEwOBU

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Asian Rapper on the rise.

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Featured artist: Nikesh The Reb3l – Asian Rapper on the rise.

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Nikesh The Reb3l.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Nikesh The Reb3l: As soon as I escaped my moms womb I was molded into being an artist. I was heavily inspired by the greatest emcees to ever touch the mic and I knew I wanted to be a part of it. Hip hop is my religion and I’m always going to be a rapper.

The best advice I ever got as an artist is from myself because being Asian people always tell you that chances are minimal so I tell myself everyday keep pushing, never give up no matter what.

Nikesh The Reb3l


What about concerts? Do you play live?

I would love to play live in every stage anywhere for the real hip hop heads but so far I’ve only performed once in school.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

I’m ill but don’t take me to the doc, but take me to the doc and I’ll finish Detox.

Nikesh The Reb3l

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

I’m working on my mixtape, It’s called ’’L.I.F.E’’ which stands for living in fictional experience. I have released few songs on Youtube but at the moment I’m trying to hone my skills more and become the best rapper I can be.

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

Maybe. But I will have to read the contract, word to word. Front and back.

Any last words?

Ye i want to shoutout all my homies in Swindon town, and I also want to shout out my boy Sanim”SA” back in the motherland and We gona party when he comes back.

Where can we contact you?

Nikesh The Reb3l: http://ift.tt/1h1aoo5

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Young Artist Straight out of LOUISIANA!

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Featured artist: Spacewoo – Young Artist Straight out of LOUISIANA!

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

How did you decide to become an artist?

Spacewoo: Well I been rapping since I was young about 6 or 7 but I started taking it serious last summer because that’s when I started putting music out & people seem to take interest to it so I started taking it more serious and working on my craft and getting better.

You can make a bunch of hit but if people not hearing them what you making them for? Flo always tell me that.

Spacewoo


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yeah I get booked for shows all the time. If you not about ya money don’t even try and book me man.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Um I don’t have one.

Spacewoo

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

Right now im currently working on my mixtape called ”Years Of Aggression” that’s coming real soon.

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

Nope because I feel like they try to have to much control over you and your music & I don’t like that shit.

Any last words?

Yeah, Shout out to my city, my state Monroe, Louisiana & shout out to that 205. That’s Birminham Alabama

Where can we contact you?

Spacewoo: Hit me up on Twitter @Spacewoo_

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Making a splash in the hip hop community

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Featured artist: Richard H – Making a splash in the hip hop community

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

How did you decide to become an artist?

Richard H: My mother would always tell me you talk allot you should get a job in communications i had always loved music so i said why not it would be fun

forget trying to be different every one is trying that be yourself and nowadays that will be different. from a clip by (lil Wayne)

Richard H


What about concerts? Do you play live?

yes I do do concerts/shows.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

don’t let your head swell i’m from New England deflate gate

Richard H

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

I’m currently working on my debut album I so far have released a single i have also did a cypher with cory gunz it is the district 1 studios cypher check out their site for when it will release.

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

yes i would sign a major deal the pros is that you get the kind of help to develop as an artist that every artist needs the cons is peop-le be thinking you sold your soul to the devil to get successful

Any last words?

Shout out to all of Rhode Island period actually shout out to all of New England period

Where can we contact you?

Richard H: http://ift.tt/1OLZGwR

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New Young Artists out of LOUISIANA

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Featured artist: Spacewoo – New Young Artists out of LOUISIANA

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

How did you decide to become an artist?

Spacewoo: I been rapping since I was like 7. I just started taking it serious last summer because that’s when I started putting music out and people seem to have a lot of interest in my music so I started really working hard in my craft & getting better.

You can make a bunch of hits but if people not hearing them then what you making them for? Flo always tell me that.

Spacewoo


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yeah, I get booked for shows all the time. If you not about ya money don’t even try to book me man.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Uhh I don’t have one.

Spacewoo

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

Im working on a new mixtape called ”Years Of Aggression” that’s coming soon & I put out a lot of singles.

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

Nope I wouldnt because I feel like they try to have to much control over you and your music and I don’t like that shit.

Any last words?

Yeah Shout out to my state, my city man. Monroe, Louisiana & shout out to that 205 thats Birmingham Alabama.

Where can we contact you?

Spacewoo: Hit me up on Twitter @Spacewoo_

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On The Road To Success

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Featured artist: Ralo DA Don – On The Road To Success

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

How did you decide to become an artist?

Ralo DA Don: I decided to.become a rapper when i found out i was a good writer ..i write all my music from scratch ..Im young adult chaseing success

keep grinding at want u want and it will come

Ralo DA Don


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes i do performances around the city

Best punchline you ever wrote?

i used to play basketball then i switched up to rap now its time to get a deal

Ralo DA Don

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

i released my latest mixtape Ralston Life Welcome To My World ..currently working on part 2

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

yes i will sign with a major label

Any last words?

I like to shout out my label RBE my promoter shout NPE for teaming up and getting it done..god cause without him.nothing is possible

Where can we contact you?

Ralo DA Don: Http:http://ift.tt/1es7eaQ

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On The Road To Success

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Featured artist: Ralo DA Don – On The Road To Success

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

How did you decide to become an artist?

Ralo DA Don: I decided to.become a rapper when i found out i was a good writer ..i write all my music from scratch ..Im young adult chaseing success

keep grinding at want u want and it will come

Ralo DA Don


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes i do performances around the city

Best punchline you ever wrote?

i used to play basketball then i switched up to rap now its time to get a deal

Ralo DA Don

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

i released my latest mixtape Ralston Life Welcome To My World ..currently working on part 2

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

yes i will sign with a major label

Any last words?

I like to shout out my label RBE my promoter shout NPE for teaming up and getting it done..god cause without him.nothing is possible

Where can we contact you?

Ralo DA Don: Http:http://ift.tt/1es7eaQ

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Raps New Rebel

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Featured artist: Benny Bugz – Raps New Rebel

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Benny Bugz.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Benny Bugz: Music has always been my release. I actually started out playing blues music and writing poetry but it later progressed into hip hop. Once everything in my life started going downhill I really had no other option. It was either rap my heart out or go clinically insane.

NEVER GIVE UP

Benny Bugz


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes. I love playin live. Controlling the morale of a couple thousand people just gives you vibes you cant get any other way.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

I have too many tho..

Benny Bugz

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

My project ”The Waiting Room” is dropping August 25. Yes

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

Yes and no. Pros would definately be the exposure and the fact that you have a whole executive team pushing everything you do but the cons are most labels are hypocritical, money crazy, ass holes who arent worried about talent but want a fucking gimmick

Any last words?

The whole MOB (F.T.G.), Kilo Epps of [A Kilo Joint], Dajon Epps, Schatz, Mr. Campbell, Young Chosen, MagnetoGrip, Starbeatz, Don Belch, Scott Gross, Noir Gallery, Ocean Pictures and Chuddly

Where can we contact you?

Benny Bugz: send me a tweet! @bugz717

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Best Slacker Alive; meet Prynce Cortel

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Featured artist: Prynce Cortel – Best Slacker Alive; meet Prynce Cortel

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Prynce Cortel.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Prynce Cortel: Well before I started music it was always about drawing for me, every chance I got I was drawing. Once I started writing, music just became my passion. I just always loved doing it because I had fun doing it and I saw it as my way of getting my voice heard, my music has always been from the heart, I don’t lie in my music, if I said it I ment it.

the best advice I’ve been given as an artist is, make the music you want to hear. if you can’t rock to it then why would anyone else ?

Prynce Cortel


What about concerts? Do you play live?

actually yes I do, I recently performed at The Southfield Reunion, and I also have a couple shows coming up.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

homies transformed and rolled out like optimistic, call me Megatron.

Prynce Cortel

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

I’m currently working on an album entitled ”The New Guy”, I can’t release any info on that, but I recently dropped a mixtape hosted by my big bro DJ Ill Will Celeb entitled ”Internal Affairs” just search my name and you’ll find it.

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

I’m honestly not sure at this point, the amount of exposure is a huge pro, but the limitations on my creativity, because they want what’s saling is a huge con for me

Any last words?

GNa$ty, Marquis Koran, Drew Got’em, Mulah Beats, DJ Ill Will , my family, my daugher. Columbus, OH stand up #GoBucks #WeTheChamp

Where can we contact you?

Prynce Cortel: http://www.twitter.com/pryncecortel

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Crimebossgang

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Featured artist: Will-A-Fortune – Crimebossgang

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Will-A-Fortune.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Will-A-Fortune: Decided when I was 11 that I wanted to be an rap artist.Inspired by Tupac and Snoop Dogg and Uncle Luke….Just loved the fact that a person could express themselves over banging beats…

Neva give up on yourself!!!

Will-A-Fortune


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes I’ve had plenty of live performances.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Rose like Emily from da dirt wit damaged pedals/way before my time so my verses ahead of schedule

Will-A-Fortune

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

I’m currently working on da Crimebossgang album.That thang hot.

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

Yes I would sign as long as its was agreed that they wouldn’t try and alter my artistry…

Any last words?

Shout out to my Crimebossgang affiliates Kash Kola, Pint da Pusha, Dan Rich, Onez Gangsta, Tippola da Soulja and shout out to my manz Cashis da Gerberboy,Dink Sosa,Moe Fig and others thats rocking wit us…

Where can we contact you?

Will-A-Fortune: http://ift.tt/1HSIzqQ

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Underground Hip-Hop Artist

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Featured artist: Blind Insanity – Underground Hip-Hop Artist

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Blind Insanity.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Blind Insanity: It has always been a major inspiration for me to become a musician so one day I was sick of wishing so I made it into reality and at age 16 I performed at the Gathering of the Juggalos in 2012.

When Tech N9ne told me that I am going to make it big because I have major talent.

Blind Insanity


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes! I even tour nationally.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

People are blind to see reality making them insane.

Blind Insanity

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

I am currently working on my project ”Se7en Deadly Sins”

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

The pros would have to be mass promotion and a lot of support but the cons would be them owning my music while I am signed with their label.

Any last words?

Shoutout to my hometown Kalamazoo, Michigan! I represent 269 until the day I die!

Where can we contact you?

Blind Insanity: http://ift.tt/1KsdSwn

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I make great beats

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Featured artist: ShaftonBeats – I make great beats

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

How did you decide to become an artist?

ShaftonBeats: I decided to become an artist when my dad was experimenting with Magix Music Maker 12. I was about 7 years old. He taught me what I knew from it. Later that year, he brought me some software called Fruity Loops. ( When it was still called that). We complained about how it was difficult compared to Magix. I taught myself the ins and outs of that program and ended up being great at it.

”You have passion in what you are doing. Keep doing it.”

ShaftonBeats


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Rarely

Best punchline you ever wrote?

I’m on this computer like white on rice

ShaftonBeats

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

An EP called ”Good Vibes”

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

Maybe. I don’t want to end up being cheated.

Any last words?

My family and my friends from school.

Where can we contact you?

ShaftonBeats: http://ift.tt/1OpjZPR

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yung heat

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Featured artist: yung chitown ranger heat – yung heat

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist yung chitown ranger heat.

How did you decide to become an artist?

yung chitown ranger heat: I started by making funny songs about people that turned out to be pretty good. Then I took more serious approach to the song writing and I was pleased with the outcome.

As long as you stay true to yourself you will always be relevant.

yung chitown ranger heat


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes I perform live.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

HELP that’s what they holla HELP, you take the vemon out the snake all you got is a belt.

yung chitown ranger heat

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

I am currently working on my mix tape hung heat from the streets volume two. I recently just released over my dead body in May of 2015.

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

yes, because its professional exposer, however you might not be able to have creative control over your own music.

Any last words?

Shout out to Knothead Sent, CEO TimDogg, 48th & Drexel THC Crazy, Mean Records, Chirio Process to Progress Films, 1800 Squad, Devo the Mad Scientist & Workzone Productions, RIP VON LAFLARE

Where can we contact you?

yung chitown ranger heat: http://ift.tt/1OntM98

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ADIOS

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Featured artist: MOE POWER – ADIOS

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist MOE POWER.

How did you decide to become an artist?

MOE POWER: After hearing all of the terrible music on the radio, I felt like I could do better

the best advice given to me as an artist is to never quit, be you, be original keep it real and never imitate

MOE POWER


What about concerts? Do you play live?

yea I do live shows

Best punchline you ever wrote?

haters eat ass , because they always talking shit!

MOE POWER

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

Iam working on my future mixtape you can check me out on my soundcloud : http://ift.tt/1Vx0cDI

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

no I would not

Any last words?

Shout out to my bro @J0eSuave he got on my latest single ”Adios” check that joint out!

Where can we contact you?

MOE POWER: http://ift.tt/1I1jKKD

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More Than Just A Artist

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Featured artist: Blu Loco – More Than Just A Artist

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Blu Loco.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Blu Loco: Been into music since birth..Aunties sung in church choirs.. always had a passion for it.. didnt start taking it serious until 19-20 while in prison.. first show ever did was in 2013.. consider myself a no name .. but hear my music and get a chapter of my lyfe.. No deal or manager.. Real Indie Artist.. got a few videos on utube.. played a small role in a little hood movie to help gain more exposure.. radio interview on july 25.. i feel its just getting started

if you dont believe in yourself.. Why should others?

Blu Loco


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes i perform live.. last show was on 7/16/15 .. had a blast

Best punchline you ever wrote?

”Got her fiendn for tha pipe…but i aint tlkn bout a smoker”

Blu Loco

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

currently working on mixtape called ”The Uninvited” got some bangaz on it

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

Yes..Only for distribution and performance.. Pros: more exposure, more help with push .. Cons: know they would try to change my style.. cant do it .. rather have trunk $$$

Any last words?

Big S/O to tha man upstairs..with out him none of this is possible.. Tee Wee and Hater Hurta Music ben holdn it down with me since day 1 … my fam Red Wo Nate D Free tha homie Ears my baby gurl my son my t-jones Funky Town (Ft.Worth) Texas … Groove witta Go Getta

Where can we contact you?

Blu Loco: http://ift.tt/1HIPHG9

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Time to unite and spread the peace and love

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Featured artist: Luke Cole – Time to unite and spread the peace and love

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Luke Cole.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Luke Cole: I started as a drummer when i was 5 and in high school got into rapping and producing. One thing led to another and i started putting music on soundcloud. My first set of tracks got no recognition. i thought about quitting and giving up. But i decided to change my style up and give it another go. Eventually through grinding out the grunt work I started to get a small following, Acquired a manger while playing my music on the beach one day. And started performing small shows. Just recently I booked a show at sakred nightclub in front of 400-500 people and had a bloast doing it. I just finished shooting a professional music video about a week ago. Right now i’m working on producing a hit that can catapult me to the top of the top 40 music charts in the form of hip-hop/r&b/Pop music.
God was a big help in the tougher times.

Go for your dreams, but have a backup plan B,C & D. And pursue your education. Pharell

Luke Cole


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes right now i’m working on booking a show at the nightclub stache in downtown Ft Lauderdale on las olas.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

I wanna be great & I wanna be distinguished. Said I’ll put out the fires of hate the blaze’ll be extinguished.

Luke Cole

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

I’m working on a beat that was purchased by my manager called What We Do. Fingers crossed it will be a huge hit.

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

As soon as I get the chance. (Pro’s) get to have notoriety and get your music out to the masses. (Cons) Thats the one shot you got, if you flounder there is no second chances.

Any last words?

Shout out to Broward where I am now and DFW where it all originated. Shout out to Satch and Pat and my boy Shayxfear representing the DFW area in force!

Where can we contact you?

Luke Cole: http://ift.tt/1Vqta8c

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Love team seem

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Featured artist: Lil seemy – Love team seem

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

How did you decide to become an artist?

Lil seemy: I decided to become and love team artist when Kavi slim Johnson heard my song I recorded on the studio and he told me to put a little more effort into it and after that I started going harder.

The best advice I was given was when the love team diva told me I had bars in the car and I need to get in a studio real quick

Lil seemy


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes we played at the banquet hall in southwest philadelphia

Best punchline you ever wrote?

I like all of are music

Lil seemy

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

I’m working on the song road to a million

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

Yes but I’m not ready to sign my life over

Any last words?

S/o to my lil cousin Dom and tae
Love team

Where can we contact you?

Lil seemy: Love team page

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Hassan Haze, No Gmo and the Army Of Thinkers Movement.

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Featured artist: Hassan Haze – Hassan Haze, No Gmo and the Army Of Thinkers Movement.

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

How did you decide to become an artist?

Hassan Haze: Hello my name is Hassan Haze, I am an Egalitarian. I became an artist because I was always an artist. I started writing in 8th grade and never stopped. I write everyday. I write stories, rhymes, ideals, solutions, concepts and plans. I became a full time artist after I served my four years in the US Army. After being told what to do for four years, I wanted to follow the small voice inside my soul that was screaming at me. I had little interest in things outside of expression. I’ve always been one to express myself, even through fear or anxiety. I had to defend myself from notorious gangs as a teen. I grew up on Broadway and 112th in South Central Los Angeles. I also lived in the Culver City Mar Vista Garden projects and survived The Culver City X3/ Venice Shoreline gang war. I’ve seen the worst of the worst but I always had my passion to escape to. In 2015 I’ ve come with a message to add to our
sub-culture (hip-Hop) that will have an overall effect on our culture (humanity) with the Army Of Thinkers Movement. The Army of Thinkers envoke life, accountability, intelligence, honor, discpline, strength, it’s a brother and sister hood that will help strengthen the minds of humanity.

The best advice I could give an artist would be to not give up on yourself and work like you have a deal in place. Jay-z told me know gave him a shot and he had to do for self and make believers out of doubters. I’ll leave it there.

Hassan Haze


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes I give concerts and I do play live. I’m putting together a Neteru Muses Tour now. I’m also doing pre-tour shows with My Society Artist Collective and will be performing for the grand opening of The Sachika Twins store Mansion in The Westfield Mall in Culver City soon. Booking agents and promoters, hit me up.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Dr sebi said eat to live, Steve muhammad taught me self defense/ kemet over christian/ I’m speaking hieroglyphics just listen

Hassan Haze

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

The newest song I released was ”Push up Sit up Run” with Godbody. Me and GodBody formed a group called ”No Gmo” (No Genetically Modified Organisms) and that is the first single to our group album which we are anticipating releasing in the winter. I have a solo album available now titled ”Neteru Muses” which you will start to see alot more visuals for coming very soon.

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

The way the record companies are set up to own your masters, I don’t see myself signing to a major label. I value the ideal of ownership and under a major you don’t own the thoughts coming out of your head and i think that is the eptime of wack. I am open to major distribution and a partnership though. The pros of aligning with a major is you get a budget, a well produced project and tremendous exposure. You have the possibly of becoming a really big name very fast. The cons are if you don’t succeed you are a slave and forever more indebt to your label. It’s a dice roll. I prefer independent so I can control my destiny and keep my message authenitic.

Any last words?

I want to shout out all my Army of Thinkers on the LA battle field Jaa Skillz, God Body, Zarian Hadley, Emerald Joy, Dj QwessCoast, Shon Oliventa, Hybrid the poetess, The Ryda 4life fam, Big Ken C, B Navidad, Jesluv, Maui Makaveli, the mitvl fam, Matt solo Devore, Katt, Cousin Keith, Big Bart, Big Shan, Fecto from the WestCoast, Big Sono, Dre Vishiss, Em Cee, The Sachika Twins and my brothers Jared, Jashar and Tobias.
I also want to shoutout everyone who has purchased an Army Of Thinker Tee on hoodnewsapparel big cartel page.

Where can we contact you?

Hassan Haze: http://ift.tt/1OpMYUn

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Mixed Nation

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Featured artist: Young D.E.E. aka Reverse – Mixed Nation

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Young D.E.E. aka Reverse.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Young D.E.E. aka Reverse: It’s my name Daulton Lee is a song from a group named Pat Metheny. Mom gave me my name which makes me MUSIC no gimmick Real Talk.

You make the first step, and your TEAM will follow

Young D.E.E. aka Reverse


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes I do I haven’t performed in a while but will when I have the chance.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Ain’t nuttin nicer than a cum shot, an a TOWEL to wipe her haha

Young D.E.E. aka Reverse

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

I am currently working on my 38th project plus a bunch of other projects with producers an allways creating new BEATS.

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

Yes, pros would be publicity major production an most importantly MONEY, the cons would be I might not be able to drop when I wanna or I’d have guidelines on what I choose to speak about.

Any last words?

Michigan baby shout out to
my Mother for always being there an never giving up on me.
Uncle Don
Polabear
F.A.
Peezie P
Mummy
Kram
T.IN.T. Bombskwad
all my artist I produce or have produced in the past.

Young Seventh Letter
Companoni
Dezi
Shaneph
Deizle
Draztik
DC
an all my family.

Where can we contact you?

Young D.E.E. aka Reverse: http://ift.tt/1RHSebe

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Just Wait…..

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Featured artist: K Kat – Just Wait…..

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist K Kat.

How did you decide to become an artist?

K Kat: Growing up my uncle was a dj from clubs, to radio stations, to concert promoting, ect, so I was always exposed to the element. Just kinda to to it like a fish to water.

To pronounce my words full and clearly. I do a lot of run ons and it’s important that I at least speak clearly. They’ll figure out what I said later lol

K Kat


What about concerts? Do you play live?

I do shows occasionally but lately have been focusing on new projects

Best punchline you ever wrote?

My album comes with a warning The contents might b alarming The resistance might find it informative Ur bytches might find me charming….

K Kat

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

Well being Co-owner in The Pharmacy/Nine ent, we’ve been trying to flood the game with consistency. My debut album The Kool Filter King came out in October of last year and has been doing well. As well as the screwed and chopped version by dj Red of the Screwed Up Click which was released in February of this year. Then we dropped The Nine Entertainment Singles Compilation in March, Snap the Rider Automatic in April. My partner Mr. Jawill has dropped like 3 albums in the same time frame (The Season Vet in November, Angel of death in December, and Limited Edition in June. I’m next up with the release of Osiris. Stay tuned…..

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

It’s about staying true to the art with me. Long as I’m free to make whatever music I want to make and say what I think needs to b said then who knows. But I know this game is valuable. If I’m a sell out for cheap I might as well give it away for free

Any last words?

Shouts out to my partner in crime Mr Jawill, Snap the rider, LC, T.O Gully, E low, Dj Red and the S.U.C, K-rino, Bam, Wash off, Murder 1 and the whole S.P.C. fam, Mr.32, Dj Noble, Ms T lady and the Turn up crew, man the list goes on….

Where can we contact you?

K Kat: http://ift.tt/1IcOkmj

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Man on a mission

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Featured artist: ZayMan – Man on a mission

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

How did you decide to become an artist?

ZayMan: I want to inspire people and tell them my story along the way.

Never stop working and never lose focus.

ZayMan


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes, I am always available to perform in front of a crowd and entertain an audience, it’s my passion.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

I got so many punchlines I dont even know where to start, you got to listen and find out yourself.

ZayMan

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

I have actually released many mixtapes since 2013 when I began. Right now I am working on Match One Vol. 2

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

I’d rather stay independent and work with my label Kush Gang Ent. than be a slave to a major label. If one offers me a deal that will benefit me and my team then I’m all for it.

Any last words?

I want to give big thanks to my producer JusJoose and my Manager Justice Lane. Also my PR and Marketing group Miami Vii Promo for all of their hard work they have done for myself and Kush Gang Ent. And of course my city Hollywood, FL where I was born and raised.

Where can we contact you?

ZayMan: http://twitter.com/zayman_kushgang

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Cuffing TeddyBears With Hippie Snooks

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Featured artist: Hippie Snooks – Cuffing TeddyBears With Hippie Snooks

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Hippie Snooks.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Hippie Snooks: Music has always been an outlet for me. Growing up I dealt with depression, self-esteem and, just an overall fear of who I could be. I loved how through music people could express so many different emotions and talk about so many different issues that go on in life. I felt like the decision to become a artist wasn’t necessarily mine. I felt like I reached a point in my life where I learned so much that God told me share this knowledge with everyone else, share your testimony. It was almost like God was telling me now is the time to harness the gifts I’ve given you.Let go of all doubts and insecurities because, I am here with you every step of the way.

The best advice I have been given as an artist is to just own yourself with no inhibitons.

Hippie Snooks


What about concerts? Do you play live?

So far I have done one performance (lol) but the team and I are most definitely working on scoping out venues.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

I don’t care where you from, light that Ganga Gun && put it in rotation, we can all have fun!

Hippie Snooks

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

I am currently working on my first mixtape entitled #TeddyBearInHandcuffs

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

Yes, I would sign to a major label only if I can have complete creative control. I believe in my brand and we don’t want anyone trying to take that from us. We’ve worked very hard and there is no way we will let anyone take over. Of course a major plus to signing a deal is the array of opportunities that you get and all the top dollar equipment. My only con with labels are the fact that they don’t really care about their artist. They just want to see some revenue. People tend to lose themselves trying to keep up with the next instead of just trying to be better than their yesterday.

Any last words?

I would like to S/O
DJ-V
LanaBugg && Oscar
D. Waites
Valona Denise && all the IllFigures
ChinnaDoll
Kwaleo30 && all of Southern Outcasts
Young Madara
Tyler Jake
GoobyTheBaby
Luke Cole
TrevonWyatt
Major && The Creators
B-Eazy
D.E.
DJ Anonymous
Inflicta Productions
FarOutBeats
SneakSoPositive
Kennedy Markz
Malcolm Jamahl
Hope
Alchemy
Muscle Shoals, AL
Fayetteville, NC
Corsicana, TX
Dallas, TX
&& to everyone who just shows love && listens to my music. I do this for all the people who have ever been afraid to speak up; you have a voice. USE IT!

Where can we contact you?

Hippie Snooks: http://ift.tt/1CK5qWK

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Up in Your Pantry with MF GOON

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Featured artist: MF GOON – Up in Your Pantry with MF GOON

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist MF GOON.

How did you decide to become an artist?

MF GOON: I grew up in my room dancing and singing… rapping and screaming. My dad was a really big DJ in the 90’s… I mixed vinyl at a lot of parties he threw as a 9 year old and he recorded an album for me… I started rapping after seeing the same old thing every week at DIY punk shows. I really just wanted to stir up the pot and see how everyone reacted to a genre of music they never listen to…. It really kicked off and I’ve been obsessed with it ever since.

Boyfriend told me ”Your energy is relentless… Stay relentless” and BLOWFLY said ”keep on fuckin with yo little dick” So I would say those are tied.

MF GOON


What about concerts? Do you play live?

My performance is my passion. I play at least once a week.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

my punchlines are not worthy… but my punches though…

MF GOON

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

Just released a full length album called ”Get Loose/Get Busy” and currently working on merch for my tour with Ghost Gun Summer and Chreece Music Festival out of Indianapolis IN.

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

Yes, so I can make money and help my community. I want to be one of those artist thats always giving back and helping people… I would love to be fully immersed in my music and travel. The only con would be a major label taking a lot of my creative input away…. but I think working with professionals who study and are smart enough to make shit that bumps and makes people wanna hit play again; I have plenty of room to listen…

Any last words?

Shout out to my producer JAMERSON who does literally everything for me… We creatively conquer the sonic cosmos. Twinki, Jacksonville, DUVAL, St Augustine, Shanghai Nobbys, Ian Ranne, DABCO, GHOSTGUNSUMMER, No Bad Ideas Clothing, Le Ginge, Lucy D.

I rep the DUVAL.

Where can we contact you?

MF GOON: http://ift.tt/1SvQ4qy

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Who Is Taoz Dha Boss?

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Featured artist: Taoz Dha Boss – Who Is Taoz Dha Boss?

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

How did you decide to become an artist?

Taoz Dha Boss: well i started my journey as artist at the age of 8 taking my older brothers rhymes & reciting them at my summer camp program it just made me feel so empowered to see peoples reactions to words as you put them together so you could say my older brother influenced me to become a artist & not just any artist he influenced me to be a great artist

Do What You Gotta do for yourself because nobody can do it for you

Taoz Dha Boss


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes Played live at many venues in New York City Were from I’m looking to expand now to other cities & states

Best punchline you ever wrote?

i don’t really give a f*ck bigger man bigger gun cause 100 shots through 100 blocks equal murder one

Taoz Dha Boss

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

Im Working On My Street Album Entitled ”New York Order” i released two Eps as well ”Armageddon Fully Loaded” & ”Trapped In My Mind” all had good reviews & feedback which lead me to the street album I’m working on right now

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

i would sign with a major label aslong as the contract is fitting to my liking its nothing wrong with signing to a major label they bring you exposure , features, marketing, studio time, & distribution all on they’re dollar but at the same time with investments like that comes a big payback so if you can’t get your music sold i wouldn’t do it but me speaking for myself & my brand i would sign a record contract but just not right now i feel i have a long journey to go

Any last words?

I wanna give a shout out too my family my Team SSE God & everybody supporting me an is coming along for the ride . Shout out my City New York its a 5block Queens Thing baby we out chea

Where can we contact you?

Taoz Dha Boss: http://ift.tt/1IcFyTB

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Introducing Flip Flames

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Featured artist: Flip Flames – Introducing Flip Flames

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Flip Flames.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Flip Flames: When I started noticing everyone that I rapped for telling me I’m pretty good.

The best advice given to me was ”keep grinding.”

Flip Flames


What about concerts? Do you play live?

I do perform live and put on concerts

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Everyday I Try To Make Bread Im Like A Bakery

Flip Flames

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

my first EP and im currently working on the third installment to my mixtape series – Flip Flames The Handout 2.5

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

Yes. Pros: get your foot in the door / Con: Might end up a slave to the industry

Any last words?

Big Shoutout To Pottstown Pennsylvania, 610!

Where can we contact you?

Flip Flames: http://ift.tt/1HUZxSk

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chasing a dream but living a reality

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Featured artist: britta – chasing a dream but living a reality

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

How did you decide to become an artist?

britta: it was a hobby at first for fun when i was younger my friends was ra]p o ng i was in the streets making money i would go record with them for fun

you cant do this as a hobby has to be your career go hard or go home

britta


What about concerts? Do you play live?

i will be willing to

Best punchline you ever wrote?

go hard or go home

britta

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

im working on a mixtape

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

yes…pro i would be able to provide for my family help ppl out i would be able to live what i love to do my dream would kome true con i would be away from family n friends

Any last words?

shotout to my city newport r.i. shotout my kids n fam shotout my abmg’s free my brother d free redd free juju free rara free carver free my ppl shotout my fans n supporters and shotout god

Where can we contact you?

britta: http://ift.tt/1O9jkBX

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Dead Poets Society

Featured artist: Yves Gamble – Dead Poets Society

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The best advice someone gave me is to never lose the love for the music. Always do it for the love of the music.

Yves Gamble


Upcoming underground artist Yves Gamble just answered some questions. Checkout the interview below and share if you like it.

Thanks for your time. How did you decide to become an artist?

Yves Gamble: Poetry has always been a big thing with me. The same with music. I listen to all types of genres but of course hip-hop intrigued me more than anything. I’ve been writing all my life so I think the hardest thing for me was constructing a verse. The person that got me into recording music is also an artist that I work with, Frito Pay. I made a song with him when I was 17 & the response was crazy. Hopefully that song cannot be found right now, ha. I liked hearing my voice & I enjoyed the process of creating something new. So 2 years later I found myself dropping my first mixtape. At that time I had other people recording me because I didn’t know anything about engineering & mixing, so it didn’t come out how I wanted it too. After that, I figured if I want to do this I have to take it seriously. So I learned how to record myself & instead of just rapping I learned how to create songs. I took some time off, found some new inspirations, dropped a few songs here & there. Next thing you know I had a catalogue of music. Ferbruary of this year (2015) I out out my best project to date Pression De’ which can be found on my bandcamp. (yvesgamble.bandcamp.com) I connected with different producers & artist from across the country just by networking & them hearing my music & wanting to work with me off the strength of the music. We’re now in July & I have dropped 3 mixtapes all this year & am gearing up for an EP release sometime next year. That’s my story…

What about concerts? Do you play live?

Not yet. I want to focus on visuals before I step on a stage. I what people to recognize my face when I perform.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Wealthy inside my mind & not worried about the pocket until the profit get raked in I rattle off my conscience

Yves Gamble

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

Honestly, I’m just working on creating new music. No projects in the works. I just dropped a couple short mixtapes called Things of that Nature & my personal favorite Ancient History. Both can be found on my bandcamp. But I will be releasing new music sometime soon.

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

Of course. The only thing with me is I would want full control over the creative process. I want to continue to make the music I want to make without any restrictions. If that happens then I wouldn’t mind signing to a record label. Without that I will continue do to it because I love what I do.

Shoutouts and credits to the fam?

Dead Poets Society, Red Cup-DIRT, Fifty-Seven Zero, Cozy Boyz, Marcus, Stephen, Frito Pay, Pablo, AYE, Rick Rude, Dirty, Izzo, Tai Tai, Fittopher, Mega Mills, Balenciaga Banks, Capt Wolf, Lex, Trujillo, Dai Dai, Kill Bosby, Damardi, Port Chester, Christopher Robin…. RIP Robin Wiliams. You will forever live through my loose leaf.

So how can we contact you?

Yves Gamble: yvesgamble.bandcamp.com

Thank’s for your answers, keep grindin’.

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Dead Poets Society

Featured artist: Yves Gamble – Dead Poets Society

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Always do it for the love of music. Never chase a check.

Yves Gamble


Upcoming underground artist Yves Gamble just answered some questions. Checkout the interview below and share if you like it.

Thanks for your time. How did you decide to become an artist?

Yves Gamble: Poetry was always an interest of mine since a kid. Not only that but music in general. I made a song with my boy, Frito Pay, when I was 16 ( hopefully it cannot be found anymore, ha) & the feedback I got was positive & I really enjoyed recording. Even constructing a verse was exciting. The ability to write down your feelings, express emotions, it intrigues me. So a couple years later I drop a tape. The response was great, but it didn’t sit well with me. It felt rushed if anything. I sat down with the society, worked on my sound, & 2 years after the first one, I drop another tape called (Pression De’) which you can find on my bandcamp (yvesgamble.bandcamp.com) & the feedback was much more impressive. Anthony Fantano even gave it a listen & enjoyed it. Not sure if you know who that is but if you do, you know that is a very big deal. Now I’m here, 4 tapes in & a team behind me of talented artists & a slight buzz behind the music. Not to bad if you ask me…

What about concerts? Do you play live?

No, not yet. The biggest thing for me is getting out visuals before I step on a stage & people look at me like who is this? I want people to know who I am prior to the show.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Wealthy inside my mind & not worried about the pocket until the profit get raked in I rattle off my conscience

Yves Gamble

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

I’m currently working on features for other artist. I just finished a couple verses for the homie Mega Mills, this dope artist from Las Vegas. He was featured on my tape Pression De’. His music is very tight. I just released a couple projects. (Things of that Nature) is a 4 track tape I realease & (Ancient History) is a 5 track tape everyone is playing right now. My 2nd favorite project of mine to this date. All projects can be found on my bandcamp. yvesgamble.bandcamp.com

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

Of course. The only problem I would have is them trying to change my sound. I would want control over the music.

Shoutouts and credits to the fam?

Dead Poets Society, Fifty-Seven Zero, Red Cup- DIRT, Cozy Boyz, Kill Bosby, Mega Mills, Balenciaga Banks, Dai Dai, Capt Wolf, Lex, Orrin, Jay Jay, Tai Tai, Fittopher, Deron, Scoob, Jerseyboyjames, Moe, Frito Pay, AYE, Rick Rude, Trujillo, Damardi, Stephen, Dirty, Woody, Orb Joe & Rob Bennie…. If I missed you S’all Luv

So how can we contact you?

Yves Gamble: yvesgamble.bandcamp.com

Thank’s for your answers, keep grindin’.

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Dead Poets Society

Featured artist: Yves Gamble – Dead Poets Society

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Always do it for the love of music. Never chase a check.

Yves Gamble


Upcoming underground artist Yves Gamble just answered some questions. Checkout the interview below and share if you like it.

Thanks for your time. How did you decide to become an artist?

Yves Gamble: Poetry was always an interest of mine since a kid. Not only that but music in general. I made a song with my boy, Frito Pay, when I was 16 ( hopefully it cannot be found anymore, ha) & the feedback I got was positive & I really enjoyed recording. Even constructing a verse was exciting. The ability to write down your feelings, express emotions, it intrigues me. So a couple years later I drop a tape. The response was great, but it didn’t sit well with me. It felt rushed if anything. I sat down with the society, worked on my sound, & 2 years after the first one, I drop another tape called (Pression De’) which you can find on my bandcamp (yvesgamble.bandcamp.com) & the feedback was much more impressive. Anthony Fantano even gave it a listen & enjoyed it. Not sure if you know who that is but if you do, you know that is a very big deal. Now I’m here, 4 tapes in & a team behind me of talented artists & a slight buzz behind the music. Not to bad if you ask me…

What about concerts? Do you play live?

No, not yet. The biggest thing for me is getting out visuals before I step on a stage & people look at me like who is this? I want people to know who I am prior to the show.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Wealthy inside my mind & not worried about the pocket until the profit get raked in I rattle off my conscience

Yves Gamble

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

I’m currently working on features for other artist. I just finished a couple verses for the homie Mega Mills, this dope artist from Las Vegas. He was featured on my tape Pression De’. His music is very tight. I just released a couple projects. (Things of that Nature) is a 4 track tape I realease & (Ancient History) is a 5 track tape everyone is playing right now. My 2nd favorite project of mine to this date. All projects can be found on my bandcamp. yvesgamble.bandcamp.com

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

Of course. The only problem I would have is them trying to change my sound. I would want control over the music.

Shoutouts and credits to the fam?

Dead Poets Society, Fifty-Seven Zero, Red Cup- DIRT, Cozy Boyz, Kill Bosby, Mega Mills, Balenciaga Banks, Dai Dai, Capt Wolf, Lex, Orrin, Jay Jay, Tai Tai, Fittopher, Deron, Scoob, Jerseyboyjames, Moe, Frito Pay, AYE, Rick Rude, Trujillo, Damardi, Stephen, Dirty, Woody, Orb Joe & Rob Bennie…. If I missed you S’all Luv

So how can we contact you?

Yves Gamble: yvesgamble.bandcamp.com

Thank’s for your answers, keep grindin’.

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Amanda Aselia, the author of this interview, is a long time blogger, entertainment journalist with a strong expertise in artist development and branding and author of the book “Rappers’ secrets 2 success” .

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