Good Day

Featured artist: Kidd Kadar – Good Day

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Kidd Kadar.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Kidd Kadar: I Decide To Become An Artist When I Seen My Older Brother Record His Rap Song On A Boom Box In My Grand Parents Basement, Our GrandParents Raised Us, I Though It Was Cool Too Hear Yourself Because I Hear Music On The Radio And I Always Wonder How It Work, Do They Come To The Radio Station & Just Perform It All Their Live Its Like Hearing Yourself On The Radio

The Best Advice Given To Me As An Artist Is Too Stay In Your Own Lane, Don't Be Afraid To Be & Sound Different And Get Everything Copy Righted Even If You Wasn't Going To Use It Lyrics Or Beats Too. I Made Beats Before.

Kidd Kadar


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes I Play Live All Across Philadelphia And OutSide Of Philadelphia Area PA, And No I Don't Give Concerts Yet.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Dont Believe In Me Believe The Government So What Im Young I Dont Give A Fuck Like Im Celibate I Graduate 2012 And Im Intelligent I Dont Go In Girls Raw Cuz I Have CondomSense

Kidd Kadar

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

What Im Currently Working On Is My LP Fourth Project, Second Independent Mixtape Called Good Day Vol.2 Hosted By DJ KidRoc And Yes I Released Three Projects In The Past My First Mixtape Called The Prodigy With Artist JRansom From Phox Hound Ent. Together We Were A Group Called Name Brand Former Members; JBT The Difference, Acire, Amina Bell, & Shyna. The Second Mixtape Was Called Year One With A Music Organization Called ThisIsHipHop A Non Profit Talent Promotion And Development Program, Which Gain Me Sponsorship From Under Amour & Sneaker Villa. The Third Mixtape I Released Was My EP & First Independent Project Called Good Day Vol.1

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

I Would Take A Distribution Deal I Have To Be In Control Of My Music And How I Brand Myself To My Audience. The Pros Of Signing A Record Contract Is The Exposure To Larger Scale Of Mainstream Audience The Cons Of Signing A Record Contract Is Being Shelved And Not Being Able To Release Music When You Want

Any last words?

Shout Out To GrandMom & GrandPa, Aunt Barbra, Cousin Janel, Cousin Brit, Uncle Rick, Uncle Zu, Uncle Mick, Cousin Tee, Aunt Silvia, Aunt Pat, Aunt Gwen, Aunt Tameka, Uncle Bob,
Bilal, Leeky Raw, Gotti Bay, NightMare, Rick Lo, Tiffany Fuk Cancer Philly Finest Barber Shop, Cousin TJ, Cousin Yasir, Cousin Kade, Gary, Cousin Deja, Cousin Kaia, Cousin Sharia, Manny, P_I_N_G, DJ KidRoc, Jransom, Mally G'z, My Older Brother Eazy, 59Th St, Dunlap St, RJ, Woo, Former Members Of Name Brand; JBT The Difference, Amina Bell, Acire, & Shyna Phox Hound, HNO, ThisIsHipHop, SG, Danni, Good Times, Twan Beatz, Sweeno Sounds, Dollar Sign Gwap & Dollar Sign Entertainment, So Raw Apparel, ISSP Clothing, Under Armour, Sneaker Villa, Dreaming Elegance, RawStein Family, Ashley Brown, K Smith, Philly Streets Talk, Calvin From SouthWest Philly, Callous, Luc Lyric, Jon Doe, The R-Kitech, DJ Sam 215, Kyon, Keith Tate, Lyriic, Keenan Sellers, Tee Jones, Norm Dash Omar Torrance Lawarence Robinson, Niqua Pointer, Reginald Platts All My Supporters, All The Artist On All Of My Projects & That Callob With, My Engineers, My Instagram Followers, All My Social Media Followers & The New Ones, SuperStarb & The Don Graphics, For My Graphics, The Whole Philly, All Social Networks That Posted My Music, Sir Anthony, RIP Uncle Anthony, RIP Josh, RIP Mikey, RIP Shizzy O Mack, PIP SK, Rip Montrell, Rip Ant. Free Ikainic & Main Man From Planet UpSet Free My Cousin Lil & All My Cousins Incarcerated Down South Shout Out Aunt Tameka, Uncle Bob,
Bilal, Leeky Raw, Gotti Bay, NightMare, Rick Lo, Tiffany Fuk Cancer Philly Finest Barber Shop

Where can we contact you?

Kidd Kadar: http://ift.tt/1qZlT3P

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MIK3Y The Rapper Interview

Featured artist: MIK3Y THE RAPPER – MIK3Y The Rapper Interview

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist MIK3Y THE RAPPER.

How did you decide to become an artist?

MIK3Y THE RAPPER: I was involved with music growing up and I loved making music all my life. When I decided to become a artist was when I started investing into music equipment to record and even built my own studio. Music for me is my therapy and that's another reason I become a artist.

Never give up in the obstacles life gives you.

MIK3Y THE RAPPER


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes, I do perform live whenever a gig is offered to me.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

You're my other half, you're my mirror, my reflection

MIK3Y THE RAPPER

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

I am currently working on music videos for songs I have recorded and from my most recent free EP I released on YouTube called "Emotions"

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

Yes, I would sign a contract with a major record label. The pros about this I have is they can help me sell my music, book shows, and help get me better connections in the industry. The cons I have about signing with a major label is that they might tell me when I can release something but i still would be willing to sign with a major record company.

Any last words?

Shout out to my producer John Montini who goes by 47 Shots & everyone who has been with me from the start. I love you guys

Where can we contact you?

MIK3Y THE RAPPER: http://ift.tt/1NUNIFs

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The start of a spark@

Featured artist: Khoatic Flamez – The start of a spark@

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Khoatic Flamez.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Khoatic Flamez: Since i was little i have always loved music . It helps me describe my feelings,

Always believe in yourself. If you do not believe noone will

Khoatic Flamez


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes i have just started this year already do two. I got booked for two more soon.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

I do it big like texas,Want beef put the bets up, Im bout bread better ketchup ,You  must a heard we the next up,

Khoatic Flamez

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

I am working on a album called. Once apon a ember. I have dropped things in the past but not a mixtape.

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

I would mainly to get out their and get heard. I know they bullshit you on the money but i do this for the music and fans.

Any last words?

I wanna shout out Breezy da boss, my whole group DCOD YBM.

Where can we contact you?

Khoatic Flamez: http://ift.tt/1sDSsW4

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The Return Of The MC

Featured artist: Meganitic – The Return Of The MC

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

How did you decide to become an artist?

Meganitic: I always loved music i grew up listening to music more than i watched TV, played video games, or played outside with freinds. It was my only escape and when i graduated high school i found my self wanting to be an artist alot more than i wanted to go to college.

The best advice i was given as an artist was to always remember to separate who you are from what you do.

Meganitic


What about concerts? Do you play live?

I play live i am currently signed up for Afton shows my first show with them is June 5th at Club Oxygen in Baltimore.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

I still got women tryin to call me on my last numbers/ these verses kill niggas they should come with badge numbers/

Meganitic

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

Currently i have a full promotional project called The Killing Joke i finished and am ready to release and im recording all the vocals for my second project Strange Fruit now.

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

I would sign a major deal with Aftermath or Shady Records and an independant deal with Strange Music, i feel like thats where i would fit best and have the oppertunity to make the most out of my craft. I would just need to maintain 100 percent creative control and all writters credit. My biggest con with major labels is the numbers game they stay focused on more than the music and craft. My biggest pro would be the production value, quality and both finacial and brand backing that comes with label support.

Any last words?

I represent all the people who developed their sense of humor from being outcasted by normal society.

Where can we contact you?

Meganitic: http://ift.tt/24ar8dV

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King Future

Featured artist: King – King Future

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

How did you decide to become an artist?

King: Once we first got locked up I was age 14.Then I start listening to music and tould my brothers I wanted to do it.So later on in the year I start rapping on tracks to entertain people.After making music everyone asked me for my first album and that was called ''thug talk".I had people that liked my my music every time I would come around they would ask me if I had a new song.Thats when I known that rapping was for me.

The best advice I had was to keep trying no matter what anybody said about it.Theres going to be some haters in life that you cant stop from hating.They tould me to look at haters as fan since you know there trying to be like you.The last thing they tould me was to just be youno matter what anybody think.There was sometimes I would here teachers say I wouldnt make it but I believed myself.

King


What about concerts? Do you play live?

No I dont do concerts but I belive there coming soon so I gotta be ready.I know a rap career can be hard but you gotta put work into it.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Go hard in the paint to paint your future

King

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

I did make my first album called ''thug talk"it was about how some people life can be messed up.It also talk about how I grew up struggling.The way we grew up was hard.There was me and my brother Adonnis waking up every morning to find a way to get money.Then me my cousin Javon an my brother start rapping.

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

I think I would sign a contract with a major label.You gotta start from the bottom to end up at the top.I would sign any rapping label that try the best to be noticed.

Any last words?

I would want to give a shout out to Od,paper chasen,Tae,and the kmg rap group.They try there best to be known an there getting to the top.We all say juss wait on it the concerts are coming

Where can we contact you?

King: facebook-zamarie headen kik-lastking118 soundcloud-zamarie headen

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Thw hottest digital artist you never heard of.

Featured artist: Kilo M.O.E – Thw hottest digital artist you never heard of.

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Kilo M.O.E.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Kilo M.O.E: As a profession it simply was by chance and how the cards fell. I've always been an artist per se and have always had a knack for creativity. But the short of it is around 2011 I was at the height of what was seemingly becoming a successful bodybuilding career as a heavyweight competitor. I suffer a severe injury and basically 10 years of hardwork went down the drain. So during a 2 year depression I rediscovered my talent and took advantage of the new digital scene,

Keep doing exactly what you're doing. And do it alot.

Kilo M.O.E


What about concerts? Do you play live?

I've played live several times. Often times before a very low turn out and bad promotion. I do give concerts and have promoted and given concerts for others as well.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

"Yall still behind me i live that plug life my words black and white like they analog damage yall thug life album cover picture that"

Kilo M.O.E

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

I am currently working on my first full LP labeled Gods and Generalz. Released under my independent imprint O.M.G Entertainment, inc. My last release was 2014 PLUG LIFE hosted by Big Steve Gee. In fact this was his last indie hip hop mixtape he's hosted. I've also since then released some fairly potent singles that's caught some buzz and give me some good looks. Everything Designer which is out now.

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

Depending upon the situation at the table. As an owner myself it would have to be a joint venture or and P and D type of situation. According to me the pros and I'm talking a straight up new artist deal here (excluding a 360) would be relief upfront on my own pockets as far as promotion and marketing is concerned. Also somone else could carry the burden of finding and maintaining good help. A staff for all of the items I'd like to do pertaining timelines. The cons.. the fine print of recoups and ownership of licensed material. With music and other supportive content there is a lot of bread on the table and in all fairness both parties involved from investment to pay outs and sharing this typically comes out to the label and owing becomes standard issue. So in essence up front money is the major talking point here when it comes to a record contract. You literally can't answer such a question in print.

Any last words?

Yup. Shout out Tony Martinez for plugging me on production out in phoenix. My big OG Top aka 6'3 Blk male. Mark Beast outta the N.O and Cheez for Quad city film. I don't rep cities I'm everywhere. That's so 5 years ago.. get global people.

Where can we contact you?

Kilo M.O.E: www.kilomoemusic.com

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Who is Di’nye FLO?

Featured artist: Di'nye FLO – Who is Di'nye FLO?

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Di'nye FLO.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Di'nye FLO: My passion for music started when I was really young. I use to listen too artist like Mary J Blige, eve, missy Elliot, Foxy Brown, Brandy and many more. I was also instrested in learning how to write lyrics by just downloading and looking how other artist start off with a Hook then verses. The more I learn the basics of writing the more I wanted too become an artist and learn more.

"Never take Critisim in a negative way. It only helps u too notice areas you need too improve so that you can perfect your craft as an artist"

Di'nye FLO


What about concerts? Do you play live?

I perform live. I haven't done any concerts yet but hope too do so in the future.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

"Music isn't real unless you've lived it."

Di'nye FLO

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

Yes I release a mixtape in the past. But I'm currently working on new music and I also just released two singles called "No Friendships" & "Feel Like" in the past I released another one of my singles called "On FLEEK" it's bangin as well.

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

Depending on what that are providing and offering. Don't wanna sit on a record label and wait years until I'm doing anything. Basically, I don't wanna sit on a shelf.

Any last words?

I would like too give a shoutout too Zone 6 slick who have always love and always supported me threw my dreams!!! My grandmother who always told me too never give up! My sisters especially my lil sister jasauella who never stop believing in me!!! And I'll like too give a big shoutout too Decatur Ga East Atlanta Zone 6!!!!

Where can we contact you?

Di'nye FLO: http://ift.tt/1TD8eej

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