What the west has been missing

Featured artist: Big sir loon – What the west has been missing

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Big sir loon.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Big sir loon: I remember watching yo mtv raps and seeing the dude Special Ed and thinking like damn dude cool as fuck lol. I new I was just as cool so I was eager to figure out how I would sound on tape and I learned how to freestyle from that moment and he was from the east so by the time rap came to the west I was already starting to vision myself as one of the California artist who will represent my area in the future and here I am today.

Opportunities come around and go as fast as it came so when the window of opportunity opens don't hesitate to dive in it.

Big sir loon


What about concerts? Do you play live?

I put on shows for all types of different crowds and audiences and Iove performing.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

I spit punchlines like outlining body's with cool aid, wet niggaz bodies like the splash that the swimming pool made

Big sir loon

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

I have a huge catalog of singles on iTunes and am currently a part of the Pomona city movement , a project promoting peace and unity threw music.

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

I'm willing to sign with a major if an agreement is reached on terms I'm happy with, the pros would be having a team that works to build my brand, the cons are you having to pay a corporate loan that's far more than you imagine went into your marketing .

Any last words?

First off my streetleaguetg affiliates and my #pcm brothers much love and respect.

Where can we contact you?

Big sir loon: http://www.twitter.com/bigsirloon

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Step Into the Mind of Ant Tha Giant

Featured artist: Ant Tha Giant (ATG) – Step Into the Mind of Ant Tha Giant

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Ant Tha Giant (ATG).

How did you decide to become an artist?

Ant Tha Giant (ATG): I've always had an interest in music just off the stretch of listening to it, but it wasn't until 3 and a half years ago that I actually started writing and developed my own artist entity. I met a couple of guys I was doing a play with at the time, who were very musically inclined. In hanging with them, I started writing jingles with them, normally just inputting a singing part or a hook to a song we were working on. At this point, I had never done any kind of rapping before, except for mimicking my favorite rappers lyrics and funny enough, I never had any plans to do so, but one day I decided to write lyrics for a rap, my very 1st rap. After that, I fell in love with it, became addicted and the rest is history. After making music for about 3 months I developed my entity Ant Tha Giant aka ATG. I initially was doing this as a hobby until about a year and a half ago. As my skills have developed over time, I have decided to pursue in career in music as an independent Hip-Hop artist.

I would have to split this into two sections, one being "You definitely need to do your homework on the business side of music as the industry is 80% business and 20% artistry" and "Always have confidence in yourself as an artist and believe that you will reach your goals".

Ant Tha Giant (ATG)


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes I started doing live shows in December of last year and I absolutely love it! It gives me life!

Best punchline you ever wrote?

I just kill the competition, then I get away like I was OJ, but my book gon be called "Yeah I Did That Shit, This Nigga Don't Play"

Ant Tha Giant (ATG)

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

I'm currently working on my first official mixtape project "Welcome to Ant'z World", set to drop in the late Summer. I also just recently released two singles off the tape "Sallie Mae" and "Unconditional Love". Be sure to go check them out!

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

As of right now I would not sign with a major label, no. The only exceptions I currently have would be Shady, Aftermath or Grand Hustle. Other than that I'd rather stay independent. I feel I'll have more creative control, I'd be able to reap more of what I sow and I don't necessarily need to blow up in the mainstream type of way, so independent life will give me more freedom than a major I feel. I'm happy with Underground independent success, but who knows what the future will hold.

Any last words?

Big shout outs to my Mother and my little sister who have been holding me down and supporting me since day 1, to all my family and friends that ride out with me, and definitely showing my love and respect to the city that I'm from, The Boogie Down Bronx!

Where can we contact you?

Ant Tha Giant (ATG): http://ift.tt/1ZMqtyF

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Upcoming Artist

Featured artist: Mic L.O. – Upcoming Artist

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Mic L.O..

How did you decide to become an artist?

Mic L.O.: I decided to become an artist at age 12. It was an outlet for me to express things in w creative way through music.

Believe In Yourself even if others don't.

Mic L.O.


What about concerts? Do you play live?

As of now, I have not done concerts. Just performed in showcases and contest.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

that girl old news like yesterday's paper

Mic L.O.

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

I have a new single "Gas'd Up" featuring Breezy available on iTunes, spotify, Google Play and other music outlets.

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

I would sign to a label. The good thing is more resources to help put an artist in position for more exposure. The con is not being the label's number one priority and not being able to control the music you put out.

Any last words?

I thank the people who support and show love for my music!

Where can we contact you?

Mic L.O.: twitter.com/kyng2216

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The Club Junkie

Featured artist: Bam Juneya – The Club Junkie

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Bam Juneya.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Bam Juneya: I became a artist because of the sound that music gave off. I really got into the music after middle school because I played tenor drum and cymbals in the band.

When creating projects always keep substance. You've always got to keep projects for the listeners to listen to.

Bam Juneya


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Not currently in a live band but I do perform live and in concert when the opportunity is presented to me.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

the thickest dancers twerking off in this muthaf***a, but they got kids I don't care because I'm a muthaf****a

Bam Juneya

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

Curretly working on the second installment to my Club Junkie series. It will be called Club Junkie: Repetition with the first being called The Refill. Got alot of great feedback on the project seeing that it stands outfrom most of the artist in my city.

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

I would naturally sign a distribution contract over anything but a recording contract would be smooth also. The pros of signing to a major label to me would be the supply and demand that they have. Them getting you what you need as a artist. The cons if your not a hot commidity and your fanbase is mediocre then they can you.

Any last words?

I will like to thank my mentor/friend Steven B The Great for giving me the knowledge and wisdom about the music. My sons who look up to me each and every day. The whole south and Detroit. The Lord Himself and last but not least Flight Team/ SB "Flight To Greatness" LLC

Where can we contact you?

Bam Juneya: http://ift.tt/1RM1hCl

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Nothin’ Like Seattle

Featured artist: Jarris Alexander – Nothin' Like Seattle

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Jarris Alexander.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Jarris Alexander: When I was fired from my job working as a business/tech consultant. My co-worker encouraged my to persue a career in music.

Focus on quality music and all else follows.

Jarris Alexander


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes. I'm currently playing all over Seattle.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

I'm O.J. , small glove, big knife, no rope, police chase, for pete sakes, boy i'm cut throat.

Jarris Alexander

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

With the success of my debut studio album entitled "8 Balloons" I am following up with a collaboration album with local Seattle artist Eddy P. The collaboration album entitled "CaveMen" will be produced entirely by me and will be available this summer 2016.

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

Depends. An artist today can utilize the internet to stay independent. A major label can open marketing doors (pros) but they can also take away freedom (cons) I will choose to go with what makes since, for now independent is the way for me.

Any last words?

Shout out to Eddy P, Jacob Martin, Jese Hake, Taylor Maade, Mujale, Durden Studios, Foundry Studio, my family, friends, supporters of my music and Seattle.

Where can we contact you?

Jarris Alexander: http://ift.tt/1q3JctF

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New artist out of port-au-prince Haiti

Featured artist: Young Zeether – New artist out of port-au-prince Haiti

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

How did you decide to become an artist?

Young Zeether: The day my sister got killed but toke it serious after my brother caught life in jail in haiti …felt like I was lost and couldn't talk to nobody so I toke it to the notebook and layed all my pain and frustation there shit it was just a better way to express my self to people who wanted to know what I was going trough and shit I was only 16

Don't trust everybody and expect a lot of changes to come between me and family and love ones once I hit the big screen and getting money for real

Young Zeether


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes I performed at a lot of major events
And also tour with the #konvict kartel (Akon)
And also work with (obie trice ) major hip hop artist with (Shady records)

Best punchline you ever wrote?

These late nights and effort i put in With traveling with demons and God on my side Put the pride to the side You know How i ride Don't fuck up the VIBE

Young Zeether

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

My mixtape The preparation drops This summer 2016
Releasing my first single (Roley) with the official video next month April stay tune!!

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

No comment on that yet but we working I love the independent hustle and grind but I'll take a label deal or a distribution deal 💯if it's correct and the publishing percentage it's on point

Any last words?

Big S/O Globe wide ent my label and my management team and everybody supporting the movement and my city mount Vernon new York #914
Sak pase to all my Zoe's world wide haiti next Up .

Where can we contact you?

Young Zeether: http://ift.tt/21U84zx

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New artist out of port-au-prince Haiti

Featured artist: Young Zeether – New artist out of port-au-prince Haiti

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

How did you decide to become an artist?

Young Zeether: The day my sister got killed but toke it serious after my brother caught life in jail in haiti …felt like I was lost and couldn't talk to nobody so I toke it to the notebook and layed all my pain and frustation there shit it was just a better way to express my self to people who wanted to know what I was going trough and shit I was only 16

Don't trust everybody and expect a lot of changes to come between me and family and love ones once I hit the big screen and getting money for real

Young Zeether


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes I performed at a lot of major events
And also tour with the #konvict kartel (Akon)
And also work with (obie trice ) major hip hop artist with (Shady records)

Best punchline you ever wrote?

These late nights and effort i put in With traveling with demons and God on my side Put the pride to the side You know How i ride Don't fuck up the VIBE

Young Zeether

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

My mixtape The preparation drops This summer 2016
Releasing my first single (Roley) with the official video next month April stay tune!!

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

No comment on that yet but we working I love the independent hustle and grind but I'll take a label deal or a distribution deal 💯if it's correct and the publishing percentage it's on point

Any last words?

Big S/O Globe wide ent my label and my management team and everybody supporting the movement and my city mount Vernon new York #914
Sak pase to all my Zoe's world wide haiti next Up .

Where can we contact you?

Young Zeether: http://ift.tt/21U84zx

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Id love to be a part of this .

Featured artist: Santiago_loonie – Id love to be a part of this .

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

How did you decide to become an artist?

Santiago_loonie: Ive always loved music

They told me keep on going and never give up that was the best advice ever.

Santiago_loonie


What about concerts? Do you play live?

I have once . I would like to more.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Fuck da rest . Im da best

Santiago_loonie

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

Im working on an album . I have old stuff i have done . Its andrethegiant@soundcloud.com

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

I would love to get signed . All pros for me.

Any last words?

Las vegas. New york. Chicago. Puerto rico . Atlanta

Where can we contact you?

Santiago_loonie: Santiago_loonie@instagram.com

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KeDrive

Featured artist: LA Sav – KeDrive

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist LA Sav.

How did you decide to become an artist?

LA Sav: I. Always love music everybody telling me I'm nice n my brother keshon use to like my first song n he told me to keep on but I was playing w it until he died then I started rapper

make sure you know what you doing at all time with tour

LA Sav


What about concerts? Do you play live?

i havnt went live yet .

Best punchline you ever wrote?

crazy how you say free the guys but dont see the guys

LA Sav

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

i release my mixtape on datpiff LA Sav NextUp DOA on march 19.

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

yeah

Any last words?

S.o to the whole squad Kedrive Lenox Ave Harlem West side RellOrShells 1090Gz

Where can we contact you?

LA Sav: La Sav – Exchange (Remix): http://youtu.be/8SuRLOODf_I

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KeDrive

Featured artist: LA Sav – KeDrive

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist LA Sav.

How did you decide to become an artist?

LA Sav: I. Always love music everybody telling me I'm nice n my brother keshon use to like my first song n he told me to keep on but I was playing w it until he died then I started rapper

make sure you know what you doing at all time with tour

LA Sav


What about concerts? Do you play live?

i havnt went live yet .

Best punchline you ever wrote?

crazy how you say free the guys but dont see the guys

LA Sav

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

i release my mixtape on datpiff LA Sav NextUp DOA on march 19.

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

yeah

Any last words?

S.o to the whole squad Kedrive Lenox Ave Harlem West side RellOrShells 1090Gz

Where can we contact you?

LA Sav: La Sav – Exchange (Remix): http://youtu.be/8SuRLOODf_I

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KeDrive

Featured artist: LA Sav – KeDrive

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist LA Sav.

How did you decide to become an artist?

LA Sav: I. Always love music everybody telling me I'm nice n my brother keshon use to like my first song n he told me to keep on but I was playing w it until he died then I started rapper

make sure you know what you doing at all time with tour

LA Sav


What about concerts? Do you play live?

i havnt went live yet .

Best punchline you ever wrote?

crazy how you say free the guys but dont see the guys

LA Sav

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

i release my mixtape on datpiff LA Sav NextUp DOA on march 19.

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

yeah

Any last words?

S.o to the whole squad Kedrive Lenox Ave Harlem West side RellOrShells 1090Gz

Where can we contact you?

LA Sav: La Sav – Exchange (Remix): http://youtu.be/8SuRLOODf_I

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Houstons Next Best Thing After Kirko

Featured artist: Yung $tew – Houstons Next Best Thing After Kirko

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

How did you decide to become an artist?

Yung $tew: I was young when I seen my first home studio. I was around 6 hrs old My momma, my cousin lady red, and my momma current boyfriend at that time had been making a lot of racket during the night. Knowing me , being curious . I had walked in on a big studio session and it opened my eyes just a lil bit. It wasn't until I met Big Oso in 9th grade when I got seriously passionate about my art work! We had knew one of the seniors who was serious about the rap game so me and oso hit him up on a Friday and we recorded our first song ever called "Real Niggas Only" feat Killah K . After recording that song it was said in stone I wanted to advance in my career path and not give up on it til this day!

"When you recording in a room full of people watching, don't get nervous. Act as if you were at home recording yourself on your own computer and feel every word that comes out your mouth"

Yung $tew


What about concerts? Do you play live?

I've done at least 10 shows already!

Best punchline you ever wrote?

"dont hang with no new niggas, in the booth it sound like a nuke hit us, I kno 2 killers and I know a couple drug dealers, but I still graduated true definition of a thug nigga"

Yung $tew

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

I release a mixtape on datpiff called "The Massacre" with about 12 industry remixes on there 2 originals. We're are currently working on a mixtape that's going on spinrilla, livemixtapes, & datpiff Called "Rich Dream$" with about 10 industry songs remixed and 4-5 original songs we haven't decided yet but it's gone be hot!

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

The only way I'm signing a contract bid if I get my creative rights and if they give me the say so on when I wanna drop my album/mixtape. Other than that the longest I'll sign for is 2 years at the most. Independent artist starting to take over now a days.

Any last words?

Shout out to my whole family & my support group, Zack , lil e, big Oso, Jonah boy, dada, Kd FMG La Familia (Future Millionaire Gang)

Where can we contact you?

Yung $tew: http://ift.tt/1mdRJRz

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NYC ARTSIT BILLZ VUITTON SETS THE BAR HIGHER WITH BRAND NEW SOUND.

Featured artist: Billz Vuitton – NYC ARTSIT BILLZ VUITTON SETS THE BAR HIGHER WITH BRAND NEW SOUND.

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Billz Vuitton.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Billz Vuitton: I was inFlunced by my cousin HipHop ledgen Big Daddy Kane, I was always a writer since grade school. than 7th grade came along I wrote my first song and the classed loved it. & from there I new that was my talent.

They Best advice I've had so far was "INVESTMENT" you can't make it in the game without investing in your craft.

Billz Vuitton


What about concerts? Do you play live?

No I don't play any live concerts right now

Best punchline you ever wrote?

I crush Mic's and kill the competition a little underestimated but still optimistic

Billz Vuitton

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

Right now I'm work on my 6 track EP "FarFrom Nothing" witch has no release date yet

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

I don't really want to sign to any major label But if I did I would love to sign wit Racafella Reacords. Some the pros and cons is. If you sign wit a Major , you get investments and a bouncy of endorsement. But if your a Inidi Artist you make your own money and you don't have to wait for a label to release your music when they want or pay any one back , Simplly

Any last words?

I would like to shout out My RunitUp Family, Surf Brndo, King Cooling , Pesh & Izzy. We coming like Water so Remeber these names #RunitupEnT💰🏃🏾

Where can we contact you?

Billz Vuitton: http://youtu.be/drYERpdr-TE

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North Carolinas New Ruler

Featured artist: Zulu#7 aka I.Q. aka Knowledge Born aka Robb Niggaz aka The Light Skinned Bastard – North Carolinas New Ruler

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Zulu#7 aka I.Q. aka Knowledge Born aka Robb Niggaz aka The Light Skinned Bastard.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Zulu#7 aka I.Q. aka Knowledge Born aka Robb Niggaz aka The Light Skinned Bastard: My love for the art made me want to be apart of this culture and do it right.

Make Knowledge born use Music as a vehicle to spread truth.

Zulu#7 aka I.Q. aka Knowledge Born aka Robb Niggaz aka The Light Skinned Bastard


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes, I stay doing shows In The Queen City, Concity, Bull City

Best punchline you ever wrote?

My Born Day is the day after the towers fell, welcome to prison planet and aint no key to our Cell

Zulu#7 aka I.Q. aka Knowledge Born aka Robb Niggaz aka The Light Skinned Bastard

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

My Album is complete and ready to be released this summer. Also have numerous mix tapes on DatPiff

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

Hell No, There is no pros just cons.

Any last words?

Want To Say Peace To The Nation Of Gods And Earths and all Original People Of tHis Planet Earth.

Where can we contact you?

Zulu#7 aka I.Q. aka Knowledge Born aka Robb Niggaz aka The Light Skinned Bastard: http://ift.tt/1LWQtoP

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North Carolinas New Ruler

Featured artist: Zulu#7 aka I.Q. aka Knowledge Born aka Robb Niggaz aka The Light Skinned Bastard – North Carolinas New Ruler

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Zulu#7 aka I.Q. aka Knowledge Born aka Robb Niggaz aka The Light Skinned Bastard.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Zulu#7 aka I.Q. aka Knowledge Born aka Robb Niggaz aka The Light Skinned Bastard: From my love for the music i decided to become apart of the game. And have not let go yet.

Make Knowledge born use Music as a vehicle to spread truth.

Zulu#7 aka I.Q. aka Knowledge Born aka Robb Niggaz aka The Light Skinned Bastard


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes, I stay doing shows In The Queen City, Concity, Bull City

Best punchline you ever wrote?

My Born Day is the day after the towers fell, welcome to prison planet and aint no key to our Cell

Zulu#7 aka I.Q. aka Knowledge Born aka Robb Niggaz aka The Light Skinned Bastard

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

Currently just finished My debut Album Me, Myse lf & I.Q.. Have Plenty of mixtapes on dat piff

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

Hell No, There is no pros just cons.

Any last words?

Shout Out to Rulerz Inc.., Mr. Ripley, 5th Gang, My Earth, My young Queen, Lakim, My city The Queen City, Concity, Rule Born, Bull City. All Original People Of the planet Earth.

Where can we contact you?

Zulu#7 aka I.Q. aka Knowledge Born aka Robb Niggaz aka The Light Skinned Bastard: http://ift.tt/1LWQtoP

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Up and comming from mile high

Featured artist: Jaysmooth – Up and comming from mile high

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

How did you decide to become an artist?

Jaysmooth: I was in the studio with a bunch of friends and they asked me to get on a track I said no but they insisted I do so I hop on the track and listen to it after it was mixed and I love the way my voice sounded on the mic and just basically showing a world full of people my vision threw my eyes

There is always room to improve even Denzel Washington still takes acting classes

Jaysmooth


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes I have before played live a few shows in my local area

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Feeling like I'm holding a globe because the world is mines

Jaysmooth

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

I am working on my mixtape HNAF which stands for here now and forever

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

Yes I would sign to a label. Pros would be being able to move my mother into her dream house help my dad bulid his show and make sure my brothers and sisters never give up on there dreams. I feel there would be no cons everything is a life learning experience

Any last words?

Shoutout max v, jasew, legendary keys, Carl Manderin, deavonte Taylor, nizzie,

Where can we contact you?

Jaysmooth: http://www.twitter.com/Jaysmoothraps

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The Truth 2 Mixtape Release

Featured artist: Taco – The Truth 2 Mixtape Release

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

How did you decide to become an artist?

Taco: I just always loved music and wanted to make my own music to see what others thought of it.

Never quit no matter what! Its gonna be times when u will want to quit but stick with it!

Taco


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes , I love performing live its the best feeling in the world just getting on stage and Entertaining others with my music

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Can't be giving out to many free bars too many people recycle lol

Taco

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

I'm currently working on my new Mixtape "The Truth 2" my sophomore Project and yes I've release my very first Mixtape "The Truth" last year Jan 2015 and got a great response from 56,000+ fans

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

I mean if the situation is right of course I would sign with a major label anything that would help push my career I'm always open to it !

Any last words?

Def'ly gotta hold it down for my city Chicago we been through a rough patch musically within the last few years but I'm bring real rap back slowly but surely!!! One bar at a time

Where can we contact you?

Taco: http://ift.tt/1VQX71S

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Better then slim Jesus?

Featured artist: ThatBoy V – Better then slim Jesus?

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

How did you decide to become an artist?

ThatBoy V: Honestly, I cant rember it goes back years from whrn myspace was a big hit but when I was about 16 I was incarcerated in a home for troubled youths because I was kicked out of juvie for assualting one of the detention staff, n while I was at the home for trouble youths, they had other kids that we're assigned to accompany you during your stay, called big brothers one of my "big brothers" there suggested I try rap as a way to cope with my anger issues and being i was already a rapper i really started going at it hard and have been rapping ever since, it hardly works as a coping skill seeing as I'm still catching assult cases most recent in 2014, but for me it's a good way to relive stress by venolating my angry thoughts over a beat

As long as you're making music that you can vibe to don't worry about what people think of it if you're satisfied with it others will eventually start following the curve

ThatBoy V


What about concerts? Do you play live?

No I do not, would I like to in the future is really the question and yes if I can catch a big enough buzz off the internet first a fan base is the most important part to your success as an artist

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Off the top bars so punch,they could knock a head off in Hawaii at lunch,an the whole world would hear em crunch

ThatBoy V

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

Currently I am working on a collaboration mixtape with another artists from California he goes by the name VBG kobrah, and in the past I have released 100s of songs but nothing compared to the level I am on now

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

Depends on what kind of money there offering. I'm gonna need at least 50 bands off rip to even motivate me to put a pen on that line, if you want my name next to the X, that's gonna cost another 10 an I'm worth that kind of money to

Any last words?

Of course the first shout out will be to my kids Gracie, and dominic the my birth city Detroit , and my Boys from there, Ant & darrell bookz Next I would like to shout out my boy Rabbit from Bassment Ent out of California because with out him giving me the tools I needed and lecturing me on how I have true talent and to stick with it I probably would have given up on pursuing a career in hip-hop years ago, also I want to shout out Chico L who is also affiliated with Basement Ent and one more person from Cali VBG Khobra because hes been working with me for these past couple weeks on dropping some fire for all y'all savages out there

Where can we contact you?

ThatBoy V: http://ift.tt/1RD5OKb

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Better then slim Jesus?

Featured artist: ThatBoy V – Better then slim Jesus?

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

How did you decide to become an artist?

ThatBoy V: Honestly, I cant rember it goes back years from whrn myspace was a big hit but when I was about 16 I was incarcerated in a home for troubled youths because I was kicked out of juvie for assualting one of the detention staff, n while I was at the home for trouble youths, they had other kids that we're assigned to accompany you during your stay, called big brothers one of my "big brothers" there suggested I try rap as a way to cope with my anger issues and being i was already a rapper i really started going at it hard and have been rapping ever since, it hardly works as a coping skill seeing as I'm still catching assult cases most recent in 2014, but for me it's a good way to relive stress by venolating my angry thoughts over a beat

As long as you're making music that you can vibe to don't worry about what people think of it if you're satisfied with it others will eventually start following the curve

ThatBoy V


What about concerts? Do you play live?

No I do not, would I like to in the future is really the question and yes if I can catch a big enough buzz off the internet first a fan base is the most important part to your success as an artist

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Off the top bars so punch,they could knock a head off in Hawaii at lunch,an the whole world would hear em crunch

ThatBoy V

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

Currently I am working on a collaboration mixtape with another artists from California he goes by the name VBG kobrah, and in the past I have released 100s of songs but nothing compared to the level I am on now

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

Depends on what kind of money there offering. I'm gonna need at least 50 bands off rip to even motivate me to put a pen on that line, if you want my name next to the X, that's gonna cost another 10 an I'm worth that kind of money to

Any last words?

Of course the first shout out will be to my kids Gracie, and dominic the my birth city Detroit , and my Boys from there, Ant & darrell bookz Next I would like to shout out my boy Rabbit from Bassment Ent out of California because with out him giving me the tools I needed and lecturing me on how I have true talent and to stick with it I probably would have given up on pursuing a career in hip-hop years ago, also I want to shout out Chico L who is also affiliated with Basement Ent and one more person from Cali VBG Khobra because hes been working with me for these past couple weeks on dropping some fire for all y'all savages out there

Where can we contact you?

ThatBoy V: http://ift.tt/1RD5OKb

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Expect me like you expect Jesus. Im coming!!!

Featured artist: King Bishop – Expect me like you expect Jesus. Im coming!!!

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

How did you decide to become an artist?

King Bishop: I decided i wanted to be an artist when i saw the direction the game was going in. But most importantly it was always my passion for music. Starting with the lyrics. From the bars to the story thats being told.

Keep going, Strive for greatness. Learn to perfect your craft and never step in foot prints make them.

King Bishop


What about concerts? Do you play live?

I perform local. Any where from club venues to college expos.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Even if my shirt were attached to my jeans I'd still be the flyest overall.

King Bishop

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

Currently I'm working on my debut album, but in the mean time I'm getting ready to drop a street album. My debut mixtape. Coming real soon.

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

Yes and no being that the majority of these major labels are starving artist's. The pros of a mojor label contract is the publicity, promotion, and advance. The cons of a mojor label are bad contracts in most cases fees, and 360 deals.

Any last words?

Big shout outs to the big sir loon, mr lunemoto, and the pomonacitymovement. streetleaguetg the distribution. Tacoma WA. Free jay jay free jacare. Big shouts out to the Gages and Chicago.

Where can we contact you?

King Bishop: http://ift.tt/1UWjwKs

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Independent artist/producer from California

Featured artist: 28Grams – Independent artist/producer from California

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist 28Grams.

How did you decide to become an artist?

28Grams: I remember when I was 7 watching my dad perform in front of big crowds opening up for acts like Sonora Dynamita and watching how the crowd applauded his band and the smile he had in his face as a sense of accomplishment, also being able to wire up the mics to a mixing console and a dubbing tape machine what got me interested in doing music myself. When I got to middle school I signed up for the Mariachi program in Montgomery Middle School in San Diego, CA starting off with the trumpet and also singing the songs in front of many different people and also in front of my dad. By the time I was in high school I started recording my own work on Cakewalk Hone Studio 2002 and we'll the rest was just trial and error and here I am now 🙂

The best advice given to me as an artist was you can have $10 or $100,000 dollars worth in gear but what matters at the end of the day is what does it sound like baby! -Ray Charles

28Grams


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Currently I am a performing vocalist when I perform but in the near future I would like to perform with a live band 🙂

Best punchline you ever wrote?

I don't want your bitch I'm too picky, shit if I fucks with her it only be a quickie

28Grams

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

Currently I am working on an album titled The Cure, which is a depiction of my advance in my musical journey. I just recently released an album on iTunes and RatLiff called Bankroll Infiltration and it's a compilation of my productions with several different artists that I've worked with in the past.

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

Of course I would like to be signed to a major record label like Warner Bros or Universal as such a thing would allow me to focus more on the creation of my work rather than to have to spend time in promoting myself and my art, but then again I do believe I've done ok for myself so far.

Any last words?

I would like to give a shout out to all my folks rocking with me from day one in San Diego and a couple cities in Texas, as well as to my 925Five Records squad in Bakersfield, CA and to anyone that currently listens to and supports my brand, and of course everyone who is yet to come and listen to my work.

Where can we contact you?

28Grams: http://ift.tt/1VPpjSS

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Who es Da Foundation?

Featured artist: Da Foundation – Who es Da Foundation?

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

How did you decide to become an artist?

Da Foundation: jWell becoming an artist, artistry has always been in our make up. Mom was a dancer, ballet to be specific. The of dance. Dad was a boxer. Some would say "the art of boxing." Growing up we played football, running the ball, the art of the tailback position, in which we excelled at. We always enjoy writing poems,short stories etc. But the art of rap came about just kicking it freestyling with the homies. With the thought of "what if we took this seriously" & the rest is history . Rap is just the art we chose or maybe it chose us. But the arts of life have been there.

We would say it came from attorney Jeffrey. Which was, "Take your time. It's a marathon not a sprint. Quality over quantity. Develop a solid project and work hard to give it the legs it needs to go and ride that until you get to where you need to be. Dropping a whole bunch of music is pointless if no one is paying attention. One step at a time." So April 8th MoneyNevaSleepz ….Ep. #Alleyway2Broadway

Da Foundation


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yeah, we've perform live mostly open venues, open mic's, showcases, and upon invite. No hugh concerts yet but it's something we are shooting for in the near future.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Mile Casso : N/A – Mu Smoova : "They say diamonds are forever but legends they never fade away, Leverage over defenders go at them instead of fade away"

Da Foundation

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

We've had a number of releases but on a small scale. We dropped five projects in the streets North Carolina that we sold out the whip (car) for $5 a piece. Bigger release include "Alleyway to Broadway .1Moneyball" via Coast2Coast Mixtapes. "Loud N Clear", the first single of our debut Ep MoneyNevaSleepz. Dropping April 8th be on the lookout for that and more work up the up pipeline. But for now we focused on MoneyNevaSleepz.

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

Yeah, signing a major contract is always a consideration based on the resources and knowledge to gain in the business moreless. Being independent is not so bad, it's just the master of figuring this whole thing out from information gathered along the way. Some useful some trash. Cons of going major : losing some ownership and/or control of your music, Debt with the Label, being shelf. You hear those stories of the label wanting the artist to rap about certain topics or they won't put them out. So we hope the route we have taken puts us in the best ideal situation.

Any last words?

Let's shout out the City of Greensboro. As a whole for the support we've gain. Being in the streets with our mixtapes, hustling, the people that gave us time weather they brought a copy or not. Dreez Productions for the ill production for .1Moneyball & MoneyNevaSleepz. Shout out to Skymount Studios, Chop Houze Studios for the work to come. Thank you Joe Comick. Family, friends for support & encouragement. Last but not least the City of East Orange where we were Born & Raised. Can't forget Attorney Jeffrey for advice & to past management for fueling the fire. Itz Still MB!

Where can we contact you?

Da Foundation: http://ift.tt/1pSz9Yo

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Who es Da Foundation?

Featured artist: Da Foundation – Who es Da Foundation?

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

How did you decide to become an artist?

Da Foundation: jWell becoming an artist, artistry has always been in our make up. Mom was a dancer, ballet to be specific. The of dance. Dad was a boxer. Some would say "the art of boxing." Growing up we played football, running the ball, the art of the tailback position, in which we excelled at. We always enjoy writing poems,short stories etc. But the art of rap came about just kicking it freestyling with the homies. With the thought of "what if we took this seriously" & the rest is history . Rap is just the art we chose or maybe it chose us. But the arts of life have been there.

We would say it came from attorney Jeffrey. Which was, "Take your time. It's a marathon not a sprint. Quality over quantity. Develop a solid project and work hard to give it the legs it needs to go and ride that until you get to where you need to be. Dropping a whole bunch of music is pointless if no one is paying attention. One step at a time." So April 8th MoneyNevaSleepz ….Ep. #Alleyway2Broadway

Da Foundation


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yeah, we've perform live mostly open venues, open mic's, showcases, and upon invite. No hugh concerts yet but it's something we are shooting for in the near future.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Mile Casso : N/A – Mu Smoova : "They say diamonds are forever but legends they never fade away, Leverage over defenders go at them instead of fade away"

Da Foundation

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

We've had a number of releases but on a small scale. We dropped five projects in the streets North Carolina that we sold out the whip (car) for $5 a piece. Bigger release include "Alleyway to Broadway .1Moneyball" via Coast2Coast Mixtapes. "Loud N Clear", the first single of our debut Ep MoneyNevaSleepz. Dropping April 8th be on the lookout for that and more work up the up pipeline. But for now we focused on MoneyNevaSleepz.

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

Yeah, signing a major contract is always a consideration based on the resources and knowledge to gain in the business moreless. Being independent is not so bad, it's just the master of figuring this whole thing out from information gathered along the way. Some useful some trash. Cons of going major : losing some ownership and/or control of your music, Debt with the Label, being shelf. You hear those stories of the label wanting the artist to rap about certain topics or they won't put them out. So we hope the route we have taken puts us in the best ideal situation.

Any last words?

Let's shout out the City of Greensboro. As a whole for the support we've gain. Being in the streets with our mixtapes, hustling, the people that gave us time weather they brought a copy or not. Dreez Productions for the ill production for .1Moneyball & MoneyNevaSleepz. Shout out to Skymount Studios, Chop Houze Studios for the work to come. Thank you Joe Comick. Family, friends for support & encouragement. Last but not least the City of East Orange where we were Born & Raised. Can't forget Attorney Jeffrey for advice & to past management for fueling the fire. Itz Still MB!

Where can we contact you?

Da Foundation: http://ift.tt/1pSz9Yo

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One on one with up coming Brooklyn artist Lawz

Featured artist: Lawz – One on one with up coming Brooklyn artist Lawz

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

How did you decide to become an artist?

Lawz: I started making music about 4 years ago with a friend as a hobbie, an when I would share it with others they would tell me they could see the potential in my music especially if I was to take it serious. I also love creating something from scratch and seeing the final product. So I knew this was something I could actually do how I want, while enjoying it at the same time. Plus I've always been a big fan of hip hop.

Take advantage of everything free and to always utilize all of your resources

Lawz


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes I have at club medusa, club pyramid etc. more show dates soon to be released also

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Gotta hustlers ambition making power moves like 50, really started from the bottom I ain't talking bout drizzy

Lawz

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

I just dropped my first visual for "All We Do" ft the homie lefty , I also have a collaborative mixtape in the works now called "shut up and listen" ft many different artist I worked with and are actually good friends with. Date for release will soon be announced also

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

Pros: major distribution , budgets cons: not having full control, getting pushed back, and no I wouldn't sign unless it's really worth it and I have full control , rights, masters etc.

Any last words?

iLLNYC, intercitykids fam , masters brand , BLS clothing brand, da homie lefty, my graphic designer ( @deadtoddler), unholyhomies , free buddhagod , high living

Where can we contact you?

Lawz: http://ift.tt/1Ry2z6N

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Flee Sincere

Featured artist: Flee Sincere – Flee Sincere

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Flee Sincere.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Flee Sincere: I decided to become an artist when I realized I had an addiction to word play. I started off writing poems and short stories in metaphorical ways. Also growing up in Brooklyn, NY I experienced the street rappers outside in groups rapping out loud and it always motivated me to try it out. On the flip side I was stuck in the streets so I never really took time out to focus on rapping. In 2006-07 I got arrested and sentenced to two years, which gave me all the time in the world.

"Put God First"

Flee Sincere


What about concerts? Do you play live?

In the past I haven't, but these are my goals to fullfill and more.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

I'm from the jungle where we rumble we don't chit chat hustlas get their shit snatched soft niggas get bitch smacked!

Flee Sincere

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

I'm currently working on my mixtape titled "New Flee City." I also released multiple singles such as "So New York" & "Molly Lean" on soundcloud.

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

I would consider signing a deal if I feel it's best for me and my family. The pros is having a good team behind you and support. The cons are you may land in a position where you become kind of handicap with your music.

Any last words?

Shoutout to God first
My city Brooklyn New York 💯
All my supporters and friends

Where can we contact you?

Flee Sincere: http://Www.twitter.com/fever_flee

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Up&coming Hungry Frm Harlem

Featured artist: Kizzywhyz – Up&coming Hungry Frm Harlem

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

How did you decide to become an artist?

Kizzywhyz: I became an artist because of the poetry, listening to certain artists growing up made me view music as poetry and i figured that i could make music along with my good friends and we started amongst ourselves

You have to want more but be content with what you have.

Kizzywhyz


What about concerts? Do you play live?

I haven't gotten around to it no.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

I'd be on deathrow if being real was a crime.

Kizzywhyz

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

Im currently working on a couple of tracks ,and a mixtape.

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

Proera

Any last words?

Aww man shoutout to TankDaboss Liel Schitty ,my bros they already know who they are, Dre litez my uncle Beanz ,Finayo ,my niggaz frm downtown and uptown A.P from 141st Afrikiilz and all my niggas in the struggle

Where can we contact you?

Kizzywhyz: http://ift.tt/1RG2gdv

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Harlems self proclaimed “new king”

Featured artist: Yung Meechi – Harlems self proclaimed "new king"

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

How did you decide to become an artist?

Yung Meechi: Well I didn't choose this life this life chose me. See this is the life we live, the life we lead. And there is only one garuantee. None of us will see heaven.

When the mirror told me I'm the best.

Yung Meechi


What about concerts? Do you play live?

I mean Ive gone live once at a bar. Lml that was cooll. One day msg baby!

Best punchline you ever wrote?

I don't remember raps that's gay but ugh I got punchlines like May in nice weather 😂 get it maywether punches people line up for his fights…no???

Yung Meechi

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

Yea I've dropped some sleepers. My current project is going to snatch souls. I call it, "no religion!"

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

Maybe if the contract is to my liking I guess. I'm not stressing for major paper so I guess I would long as the illuminati is taking my family out the hood 👍🏾

Any last words?

Big about outta the truth a state all 5 boroughs ! All the drug addicts, thots and hating ass niggas that don't wanna see me shine! And a shoutout to my shadow for watching my back my whole life. Shadow you a real nigga! Oh and God for never answering my calls but always texting back.

Where can we contact you?

Yung Meechi: @poeticfuvk (Twitter)

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That Girl That Raps

Featured artist: 2Tai – That Girl That Raps

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist 2Tai.

How did you decide to become an artist?

2Tai: I decided to become an artist when I started impacting and motivating young and older youth to pursue their dreams threw my music.

"If you see yourself doing anything other than music , go do that not music"

2Tai


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes I do play live at lots of local community events, festivals , and schools. My first concert will be April 21st at The Wiltern Theater !

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Im in the middle feeling like Malcolm

2Tai

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

I'm currently working on more live performances, a new single "Go Getta" and a music video for my previous single "A1"

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

I'm not going to say no, depending on label and contract but I plan on being independent as of now. The pros is you can have a full team behind you and instantly get noticed and attention but cons you might not get paid what you really deserve and you won't have a full day so in your music.

Any last words?

Shoutout to all my supporters and go getters out there , shoutout to my Inglewood city and of course my supportive loving mother!

Where can we contact you?

2Tai: http://ift.tt/1ocAQho

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A Word With TeeJay Foy

Featured artist: TeeJay Foy – A Word With TeeJay Foy

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist TeeJay Foy.

How did you decide to become an artist?

TeeJay Foy: Music always been in my family to be honest. I got into it at 5 years old just by singing old school songs. I decided to become an artist when I was around the age of 15 years old.

Stay humble, remain true to yourself, and never settle in this game.

TeeJay Foy


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes, I do play live all around the New Orleans areas, and I just came back from performing at SXSW.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

My ankles swollen from meeting qoutas and thinking forward.

TeeJay Foy

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

I'm currently working on my EP, titled "So Stainless". I'm also working on a project titled, "Grass Of God". I've released a mixtape in 2014 titled, "70072" that's my zip code of my city,and that's Marrero,Louisiana.

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

It depends, but only because I would want the 85/15 deal. The pros of a deal would be you know the advances before your album drops, paid press release,and more exposure. The cons would be reimbursing the money after your album does come out, being put on the shelf, and that's about it for me.

Any last words?

I want to give a huge shout out to the man upstairs. Big ups to my family, my girl,my homies, and my wonderful city New Orleans.

Where can we contact you?

TeeJay Foy: http://ift.tt/1VNfAfM

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Tiizie Tae “DMV’s Finesse King” Debuts #DOTF

Featured artist: Tiizie Tae – Tiizie Tae "DMV's Finesse King" Debuts #DOTF

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Tiizie Tae.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Tiizie Tae: I never decided to become an artist music decided me. It came so naturally and effortlessly and became somthing so desirable that i had to pursue it.

Ones's Success is determined by one's own efforts, never allow anyone to out work you.

Tiizie Tae


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Im an artist of versatility; i've never performed with live instruments however its definitly something im interested in.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Im never stressing over life because reality's a dream.

Tiizie Tae

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

I just released my debut mixtape on spinrilla #DiaryOfTheFinesse. It debuted 3/19/16

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

I would sign a distribution deal. What alot of people fault at is not understanding the business of music. Regardless of how much talent an artist has labels execs only focuses on your ability to produce revenue and stats. You can be the most talented artist ever, however if your sales doesnt project the investment invested a label will drop you, force you to repay investment, and blackball you from ever getting a deal again. Also i prefer the independent route because i enjoy having full creative and ownership rights over my craft.

Any last words?

DC
DMV
and all artist grinding

Where can we contact you?

Tiizie Tae: http://ift.tt/1UoQS6s

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