Becoming the impossible.

Featured artist: Quavlos – Becoming the impossible.

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

How did you decide to become an artist?

Quavlos: It all started from being able to analyze my situation throughout life and able to control my emotions by allowing the hatred, pain, and distruption through a pen and pad, it's more of a therapy session for me, and anyone who tunes in. I never wanted to be famous, I just wanted my voice to be heard. My story to be told. Leaving messages in my music is what makes it all the better.

"Everybody else wants your dream, so make it impossible to reach."

Quavlos


What about concerts? Do you play live?

I do, I put it all on hold for the creation of the album "Kingdom vol.1".

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Ion see no hater, All I see is paper.

Quavlos

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

I created "Gudda Emppya" the mixtape on datpiff, and I recently released "Kingdom vol.1" on iTunes, Google Play, Amazon, ect. I'm always working on something new.

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

I might, but I love being independent, making all my own beats, artwork, everything.

Any last words?

Lafayette Louisiana, I got love for the city. Also to all of my family and real supporters that stuck it through with me even when I wasn't at the top of the game. Special shoutout to Picaseaux for everything also.

Where can we contact you?

Quavlos: quavlos.com

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The Quiet Brain Storm

Featured artist: El nino the prince – The Quiet Brain Storm

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist El nino the prince.

How did you decide to become an artist?

El nino the prince: Well in the beginning ,
it was just a release therapy thing.
I would free write to unclutter my mind,
It just so happened
that my thoughts started to rhyme.
After a while it felt like a calling,
Then i realized it was calling people.
My work started connecting people,
It was helping them as much as it helped me.
At times i use it to deliver ba fresh perspective
To my audience.
I want them to either smile or thing,
Either way i want them to feel different than when they came. As an artist it's our job to change the way oeople see.

Hmm the best advice i ever received?
The best advice i ever got was this,
" don't measure your success by the size of the crowd
But by the impact you make on them"
If you only touch one person,
It was all worth it"
Like big sean said
"1 man(or woman) can change the world"
Each one teach one,
When we die we can't take our knowledge with us,
Pass it on that's our soul's legacy.

El nino the prince


What about concerts? Do you play live?

I've attended a few open mic event ,
Those are my only live plays right now.
I would like to do concerts in the future.
Not just me tho,
I want to bring or at least connect with the artists that inspired me to get that far.
Also use it as a way to make a way for others.
It doesn't dim a stars light to align with another.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

They tell me keep it 100 , every one don't speak money chief. I can tell you the truth, i can't make you believe. Real shit no fabrication, the truth is hard to believe

El nino the prince

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

I'm currently working on a couple
mixtape/Public RhymeBooks and potential albums.
I feel the art died
when the lyrics became less important.
In the mist of the I'm writing collabs with other artists
Pretty much trying to build a network
Or as we call it a artistic society.

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

I would consider it,
Depending on the label
and the terms of the contract.
As an artist it best to sign with a label whose beliefs
And mindset are similar or at least compliment your beliefs.
If you're some where where you can't learn from them and they can't learn from you ,
It's not a healthy environment for growth.
Most artist sign deals without thinking it over and end up dieing in the labels brackets without even scratching the surface .
I eventually want my own label,
So the pros would be learning the ends and outs
Tweaking them to your personal style and reimplimeting them.

Any last words?

For some odd reason you rarely get love from your city until your recognized by the outside world.
For the most part I'd like to shout out
the strangers That became friends,
The friends That became family,
And the people who believed in me when i didn't.
Without them i would have gave up alomg time ago

Where can we contact you?

El nino the prince: http://ift.tt/2afcxKf

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Interview with TrigguhTreco

Featured artist: TrigguhTreco – Interview with TrigguhTreco

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

How did you decide to become an artist?

TrigguhTreco: I became a artist by first engineering tracks for my friends and brother and just decided to try it

The best advice given to me was Don't stop keep going be consistent with it

TrigguhTreco


What about concerts? Do you play live?

No not really I mean I did perform 2 shows already that's about it

Best punchline you ever wrote?

"I can throw a couple stacks and get it right back make it rain on yo bitch she a like that but I ain't like that it's money over bitches

TrigguhTreco

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

I am currently working on getting my EP around that's dropping on August 4th on datpiff right now I'm trying to get it on other music sites

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

No I will not sign into a Major record label I'm trying to do this Independent

Any last words?

Shout out to Franklin Gang , The whole Broward and Dade county , and shout out to everybody that support ya boy

Where can we contact you?

TrigguhTreco: Instagram : TrigguhTreco

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Introducing Dope Lyricist R.A.W. (Right All Wrongz)

Featured artist: R.A.W. (Right All Wrongz) – Introducing Dope Lyricist R.A.W. (Right All Wrongz)

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist R.A.W. (Right All Wrongz).

How did you decide to become an artist?

R.A.W. (Right All Wrongz): Ever since I was young I had a gift of putting words together. All I did as a kid was play basketball and listen to rap. At age 10 or 11 I wrote my first verse. It was so impressive for my age that I just kept writing and perfecting my craft. Through out life's ups and downs I still had a passion for music but it was hard to focus on it fully with my trials and tribulations. After finding God I decided to focus on my gift so that I could prosper with it and make a difference for me, my son, and the people I reach.

The best advice I recieved applies to all aspects of life and that's to "Keep God 1st".

R.A.W. (Right All Wrongz)


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes I perform live and do concerts. I've done shows through out the East Coast, the South, and a few times in the Midwest. Right now I am focusing on recording and then I'll get back to touring.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

"That scope brings horror so we know/Bring out that horror scope (horoscope), you'll get a sing where you'll be lyin' (Lion) like a Leo" R.A.W. "Tear Drops" (Lyrics Copyrighted) feat. E. Ness

R.A.W. (Right All Wrongz)

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

I am currently working on my first official project. This will be an Album released through Slumlord Studios in Columbus, OH which has a distribution deal and partnership with Universal Records. The Album will be released on all major platforms and streaming sites.

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

Yes I would sign a major deal as long as I had full creative control. I write my own lyrics, I choose the songs I want to do, and I record how I am comfortable recording. All I would need the label to do is put me on that platform, fund me, and let me do my thing.

Any last words?

First I want to shout out my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Without His mercy and grace I would have never got this far. Shout out to my son Josiah he is the reason why I go so hard and he means everything to me. I want to give to a huge shoutout to everyone involved with my music career such as my manage Hip, my producer and label exec Big Moose Da Pro, label mate and big brother E. Ness and his manager Sheed aka Noot, another one of my producers Red Sparks and also CG who is very talented at making beats. My boys from my hometown who always held me down D Shaw and Terry. Shout out to my fellow artists from Columbus, OH D Mo, Torre Geez, Nes Wordz, etc. My GoodLife Fam T Russ, Sada, Cease, Money, Poke, Jae Will. My homegirls Kesh, Shelby, and Amber. Shout out everyone on the East Coast when I stayed out there: Vaughn, Lil Jared, Sam, Nate, Kenny, Dymique and anyone else I forgot. All my peoples down South T Dukes, J Coons, TD, Chuck, Paris, Corey, Jah. My boy from South Central LA Chris (that's my bro!). Love all y'all!

Where can we contact you?

R.A.W. (Right All Wrongz): Http://www.twitter.com/rightallwrongz

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Who is frenchysosa

Featured artist: Frenchysosa – Who is frenchysosa

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

How did you decide to become an artist?

Frenchysosa: Yo i swear to you. My bestfriend always told me he thought i could rap, but i never took it seriously. Until one day …. I break my damn ankle playing Basketball, so that entire summer i was stuck at home with just my macbook, started writting rhymes and it became my passion. Started to want to be better and Better everyday.

Id have to say the best advice ive gotten was my bestfriend telling me to start making music. Without that idk what id be doing.

Frenchysosa


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes all the time! Doing shows and contest throught atlanta every week! Gaining exposure, and followers

Best punchline you ever wrote?

More hits then Adolph

Frenchysosa

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

As on right now i have 7 total projects all available online! Im currently working on "SOSA" (8) "Stone Hogan" (9) and "king David" (10)
Three new projects i plan on dropping by the years end!

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

My main goal is to become an unsigned succses story, if i have to take a major offer to jump start that i will! But i want to build my own label and thats FTB records

Any last words?

Shouts out to my family! My mama always believed in me s/o to my Dad for pushing me harder shout out to kblack, keddy kane, slugga all my homies i came up wit from the basement.

Where can we contact you?

Frenchysosa: Iamfrenchysosa on IG

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Who is LR?

Featured artist: LR – Who is LR?

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

How did you decide to become an artist?

LR: growing up in a household that played music constantly wether it was my grandparents or my parents I was always around music. Also being in church learning to be a musician at an early age, sometimes I feel like I never chose to be an artist it chose me.

I try not to take too much advice from people that aren't super successful themselves but if I had to say something it would be remain humble and always be and stay true to yourself and what you believe in.

LR


What about concerts? Do you play live?

I've just gotten to a level where I've performed live.. definitely plan on doing a lot more of that.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Honestly I couldn't. Not to be cocky i just feel like everything I write has meaning so I'd be hard pressed to give what I think is best.

LR

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

Currently I'm just working, in the studio learning and perfecting craft. I've released a project a few months back titled Appreciate Your Patience. it's available and is the most popular with its title name via audio mack. with over 1.30K views.

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

Man it really depends. the situation has to be right.. I'm not into being controlled or making someone else money off my creativity and passion. we either make it together collcectively or ill make it by myself. a deal can be helpful at times but I think in this day in age it isn't absolutely necessary.

when you sign a deal with some of these labels you sign yourself away.. and being on a major label your not the only artist so your not the focal point. I rather someone I sign with to be dedicated to me and my works rather then handling hundreds of other artist as well.

Any last words?

big shout out to houseofdreams studio and my man J Glaze. Been working with him heavy as of late definitely a great place to record and he's definitely cool to work with.. Also a good friend of mine Ms. Fenominelly. She is a radio personality you should definitely tune into her show and movement. She runs the Birdcage.

Where can we contact you?

LR: http://ift.tt/2ahm45P

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#Overtime

Featured artist: OD Reek – #Overtime

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist OD Reek.

How did you decide to become an artist?

OD Reek: I've been a artist since I was 10/11 years old so I pretty much followed behind a few artist within my city and it became a passion and something that I love to do.

The best advice I've ever gotten is to simply be patient , I was told to embrace the small venues and clubs because they will teach me a lot about stage presence and connecting with the crowd. I've learned a lot and I'm still learning as I go.

OD Reek


What about concerts? Do you play live?

I have done a few showcases in smaller venues other than that haven't really did much live .

Best punchline you ever wrote?

For every sunny day there's a day that's gonna rain , for every good life it's days that full of pain.

OD Reek

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

I'm currently working on two original EP projects . Also I just release my first solo mixtape on soundcloud and my mixtapez app "#Overtime" on July 4th , 2016.

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

I would sign with a major label if the paperwork and number are right and clear . I believe in today's world it's more cons to having a major label because they have so many artist they are working with and they always looking for the next best thing so it's usually hit or miss. I also don't mind doing it independent because that's how I've gotten it done so far to this point with a strong team behind me.

Any last words?

Much love to my whole city , and the whole state of NJ . Big s/o to my family , my team G.R.U.B Bro's Inc & O.D.O.E, want to thank everyone who helped me build from the ground up.

Where can we contact you?

OD Reek: http://ift.tt/2aAUaRe

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Rap production in middle east !!

Featured artist: Mr.Ramy Aka B.o.B – Rap production in middle east !!

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Mr.Ramy Aka B.o.B.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Mr.Ramy Aka B.o.B: From the early young i live rap and rappers ,then it becomes a talent writing rhyms ,then i decided to record my own hits ,

Never quite , belive in your dream .

Mr.Ramy Aka B.o.B


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes i play live .

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Rap game will ever be the same , they only looking for money and fame .

Mr.Ramy Aka B.o.B

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

I am working on my album Long Way LP , I had released my hit El Batal (The Champ)

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

Yes , hell yeah i sign to record label , Badboys Cokeboys , MMG, Aftermath ,shady interscope ,Sony , Virgin studios , any Egyptian producer .

Any last words?

Shout out to Egypt ,

Where can we contact you?

Mr.Ramy Aka B.o.B: Check out Rami Al Hosseny (@RmaiAlHoseeny): https://twitter.com/RmaiAlHoseeny?s=09

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Coming Fo Da Ring

Featured artist: Money B – Coming Fo Da Ring

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Money B.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Money B: By Building A Passion for the music and being giving a God Giving Talent.

A Mind Is A Terrible thing to waste my granddad use to always tell me that.

Money B


What about concerts? Do you play live?

I have done one show for a open mic and won third place out of 8 people. I'm working on getting more shows and promotion.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Coming fo da ring i want everything bling bling free da legend bg/ I been on da flow soul assassian getting lifted cloud nine is what we passing/

Money B

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

I'm currently working on my third mixtape Stay Down Fo Da Comeup. I have previously released Back 2 Da Basics (Money B Remixes) and Money Is Da Motive Part 2 (Da Sequel).

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

Depends on the deal on the table it has to be right. The pros is they give u a big budget and major exposure but the cons is they have much control over your career I would take a distribution deal and still have creative rights.

Any last words?

I would like shoutout my people in South Carolina and it's Cannery till I Die #4775

Where can we contact you?

Money B: http://ift.tt/2axWjA3

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Coming fo da ring

Featured artist: Money B – Coming fo da ring

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Money B.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Money B: By grown a passion for music and it's a form of stress relief for me and I also want a better life

A mind is a terrible thing to waste my granddad use to always tell me that

Money B


What about concerts? Do you play live?

I did a open mic show and came in third place out of 8 people. I'm working on getting more shows and a great following.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Coming fo da ring I want everything bling bling free the legend bg/I been on the flow soul assassin getting lifted cloud nine is what we pass in/

Money B

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

I'm currently working on my mixtape stay down fo da comeup. I have released two previous mixtapes one called back 2 da basics (money b remixes) and money is da motive 2 (da sequel).

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

Depends on the deal put on the table I would take a distribution deal first the pros is they give u the budget and much exposure but the cons is they control most of what u do and most of the time that is not good I want control of my path #1thouwow

Any last words?

One time for my people in South Carolina and its cannery till I die #4775

Where can we contact you?

Money B: http://ift.tt/2axWjA3

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Who is A.U.T.O

Featured artist: A.U.T.O – Who is A.U.T.O

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist A.U.T.O.

How did you decide to become an artist?

A.U.T.O: Growing up I was influenced by my pops who use to Dj & rap back in the day in philly, just listening to him spit at an early age stuck wit me, he help write my first bar at 9 & ever since then I'm been doing this whole rapping thing. I love creating music, I grew up listen to 50 & starlito, that's also another reason why I decided become artist that take this shit seriously. I'm from Baltimore where a lot of us don't make it out, I gotta dream & I just wanna see my ppl happy & living good & I know I got what it take to make Shit happen.

Best advice given to me was from my older brother, he told me " you gotta ball like its Game7, its all or nothing" I just apply that everything I do in life I wanna be the best at my craft.

A.U.T.O


What about concerts? Do you play live?

I do open mics, I've had a couple of performances in showcasing, right now I'm looking for more places to perform at.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

I'm from the city where they kill here, it's real here, they marked my nigga in a wheel chair, we wishing he was still here

A.U.T.O

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

I'm currently working on my EP titled "A.U.T.Obiography" be on the look out for that it'll be on soundcloud, DatPiff & livemixtapes. I dropped another project not too long ago on soundcloud it's called "1993" check that out too it's dope.

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

I would sign a deal wit a major label if the money was right & the paper work made sense. It's all depends, you know when u sign a deal alotta people in ya pockets but u get that big push & a that exposure but when you indie it's a lil harder to get all the exposure you want but all the money u make is your money how I see it

Any last words?

S/o to my team #THCTheHighCommittee #TheHustleContinues & my family that support me
S/o to all my Baltimore artist grinding hard shit!! #Salute 🙏🏾

Where can we contact you?

A.U.T.O: http://ift.tt/29ZQNWa

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The Spark is revealed..

Featured artist: Ęmoussę – The Spark is revealed..

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

How did you decide to become an artist?

Ęmoussę: I feel like this is what I was meant for, I've always been multi-talented, whether it be rapping, singing, dancing, acting, art.. so in that respect saying it was a decision is an understatement. In that same breath my grandad always taught me humility and humbleness and it will never leave my character no matter what. I'm very confident in all that I do, my approach to everything is unique and someday I hope it is recognised and respected.

"Never compromise respect for the world"

Ęmoussę


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Not yet, I've showcased my talents to everyone I know and on all that I have at my disposal but it has never been officially displayed to a crowd, but I'm in no rush. You can't rush greatness. I say that with only good intentions in my soul. Although I know when I do, it will astound.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

"Far from Common, real people on my pedestal"

Ęmoussę

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

Right now I'm working on a variety of things, all different crafts. Photography (which you can see on my Instagram account, it's unorthodox but many know my direction and respect the originally which comes with the photos.

Whenever I can put a dance freestyle up I do, it going really well, improved alot. Prior to all of this I was working on an album "Summer Nights" which is on hold right now. I want to produce, write, rap and sing it all, it's a very personal project and I hope it influences the masses to do better, because we can. I have track out on YouTube called "Drift – Hip Hops Criminal" a tribute to the late Biggie Smalls (rapping over Kick In The Door)
I did this is secondary, it's ridiculous though, quote me on that.

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

More power to the ones who do sign that dotted line, as for me, I've been independently doing my thing since college and that's not about to stop, what the people feel will be recognised and appreciated and if you can't feel Ęmoussę your mindset needs altering asap.

Any last words?

To the world, all you need to know is that my intentions are good and I'm here to help heal the game, not poison it. UK stand up.

Where can we contact you?

Ęmoussę: http://ift.tt/2atIbrV

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Mike Dyl – New South Records

Featured artist: Mike Dyl – Mike Dyl – New South Records

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Mike Dyl.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Mike Dyl: Purpose! Always felt like I had a story to tell. I fell in love with music at a young age tho. My mom and big brother use to sing around the house all the time, and my granddad use to play us a song from his piano every time we went to visit on the Holidays. I was always surrounded by music. I use to listen to it day & night, thinking, "I wish I could do this." I was a athlete all my life, so arts didn't come into the picture until the last few years. So I would say, the journey that I've been on, the love for music, and purpose have played a major role in me deciding to become a artist.

Believe in yourself and be free of judgement.

Mike Dyl


What about concerts? Do you play live?

I have performed live anywhere, but I will in the future.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

"That money brings closure but never the peace, Ya gotta live right because you are what you seek."

Mike Dyl

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

I'm currently working on the project called "Gifted" alongside other artist in the group I'm apart of, called New South Records.

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

Depends on what kind of energy I get from them. A lot of good can come from signing with a major label, as well as a lot of bad. The situation would just have to be right.

Any last words?

First, I would like to thank the Man up stairs. Secondly, my mom and pops for everything y'all have done! Without y'all none of this is would even be possible. Lastly shout out to the whole New South Records and my hometown, Exit 47 – Newnan, Ga. Blackjack What uuuuuup!

Where can we contact you?

Mike Dyl: http://ift.tt/2aIpGfx

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Shayler Franklin, a rapper, but with a difference…

Featured artist: Shayler Franklin – Shayler Franklin, a rapper, but with a difference…

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Shayler Franklin.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Shayler Franklin: I decided to start music because I found I could take words and flip them around and create clever rhymes with them. This sprouted from an interest in poetry and I decided that I wanted to tell stories too, about my life and also what I think of the rap game. I realised that being a rapper from the uk, that I wanted to something other than grime, so I took the option of a lyricist instead, so here we are

The best advice I ever got was from a friend. "When you're doing bad, think about it like this, out of millions of artists in the world, you're different, you've got the style and engaging accent, believe in yourself and if you want to stop, then try to imagine yourself working a desk job, yeah, you don't wanna be there"

Shayler Franklin


What about concerts? Do you play live?

I freestyle in front of groups and perform some of my songs at a local club, it's been good for building a local audience for my music, it's dope that I can get out of the studio and connect with these people, I like those relations

Best punchline you ever wrote?

I look at the game, all of the competitions making me tire, I ain't no liar, call them out for a task like I was the goblet of fire

Shayler Franklin

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

I recently released my first mixtape called 'Freestyle Mixtape', which mostly contained freestyles and raw writing and I handed out only physical copies, from the people I have the cd's to, I got a good response from, even if it was just at a respect level. This has pushed me to begin making a new mixtape, which I'm currently deciding a name on, as a body of work for the summer

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

I would, but it would depend who, I see that the game has a lot of flaws with its contract in terms of not giving its artists the right of freedom with their music that they need to really thrive in their environment. Sure, the funding is great to begin with, but some labels are going to want you to have a lot of releases, and I feel the quality of my would go down, specific labels aren't going to be mentioned, but I really think some of them are just about money, not about love for the game, so in the end, I'm kind of undecided.

Any last words?

I wanna give a shoutout to Coe out in Washington, who's been helping me produce, shoutout to E, who probably won't see this, but on the off chance, keep going, and everyone else that's been supportive for me.
Right now I'm gonna rep that birth city of Milton Keynes

Where can we contact you?

Shayler Franklin: http://ift.tt/2acOUnR

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Inside The Mind Of 2BIBLES

Featured artist: 2BIBLES – Inside The Mind Of 2BIBLES

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

How did you decide to become an artist?

2BIBLES: No matter what I did Music was always in my head, lyrics always played in my mind whenever I heard a beat. After freestyling for years at local parties and having people tell me that I should make an album, I decided to stop playing around got in the studio and the rest was history. This gift of rap is definitely a God given ability.

Be myself, the world is full of copy cats and counterfeits. But no one can be a better You than You.

2BIBLES


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes I perform at concerts, its actually one of the things that I enjoy the most. It gives you a chance to connect and interact with your fan base, and there is not greater feeling as an artist when the fans recite the lyrics to your song while you perform it.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

"God Took Me Like A Blunt And He Split Me Open, Dumped Out My Guts And He Filled Me With Fire"

2BIBLES

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

I just released my newest mixtape "Lyrical Salvation" its available now on for download on Audiomack and Datpiff. Also I will be releasing my first album this Winter entitled "The Crucifixion" and "The Ressurection" It will be a Double Disc Compilation With 20 Total Tracks.

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

Yes I would sign a record contract with a major label, under the condition that they didn't handicap my creative ability. The pros are that once you sign your deal you dont have to come out of pocket for things such as studio time, marketing, etc. The cons are that sometimes they take away your ability to create,
And more than likely you'll spend the next 3-5 years shelved in A&R hell, unable to properly advance your artistic career or release music, before being unceremoniously released from your contract after the next “corporate restructuring”.

Any last words?

Special Shout Out To God And My Producers Gideon 300 And Bradley Davis. Shout Out To The Entire 305 Dade County CHH Community, And To My Cypher Circuit Family!!!

Where can we contact you?

2BIBLES: http://ift.tt/2audyPU

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attributes and qualities of a rapper

Featured artist: pompay – attributes and qualities of a rapper

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

How did you decide to become an artist?

pompay: I was influenced by a friend called Omen Brown. He taught me to be a good rapper using a methodological approach. Which involves printing lyrics of world hits rap songs and also going to the roots, the origin of rap music. To become good yourself, you have to acknowledge and learn from your predecessors.

The first time I met with ruggedman who happens to be a mentor to Omen Brown, he said "utilise every single opportunity you get, use it like it's the only one you are going to get". In other words, "give all you got at the first shot".

pompay


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Oh of course I do. I'm really not a big fan of artists that cannot perform live. It seems natural to me and I support all things natural.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Haters get belle for evil, oluwa miscarriage am!

pompay

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

I am an upcoming and fast growing rapper and I featured in a song done by cixqo name streets. Yunqblood khalifa and StevenTones also featured in the song. Streetbycixqo droped on 20th of April and we're currently working on the video.

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

I wouldn't want any label to tie me down all in the name of signing me. So I would sign with a major label but just for a couple of years. And I would also like to retain my original sound and enjoy massive promotions.

Any last words?

Big shout out to Cixqo, yunqblood khalifa, John networq, X – busta, Omen Brown and many others who have positively made a colossal impact in my life and music.
Shout out also to my mom and siblings. And always to God

Where can we contact you?

pompay: http://twitter.com/pompayrhymes/

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San Francisco’s Very Own Mr. October

Featured artist: Smokey D of HWY – San Francisco's Very Own Mr. October

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Smokey D of HWY.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Smokey D of HWY: I was born into it. It's a God given talent.

As an artist the best advice given to me was from Biggie Smalls at an autograph signing when he released Ready To Die… he told me,"keep banging!" & I have and will continue to do so. I'm focused.

Smokey D of HWY


What about concerts? Do you play live?

I do and have had live shows but I want to build my audience to concert status or at least opening act status nationwide. Meaning I want to be recognized in all states and eventually worldwide.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Got too many… and more to come. You gotta pick your own but I bet you can't find just one. Trust

Smokey D of HWY

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

I am currently working on an album titledLift Off which I would like to release early October but it may be late October. Last year I released 2 mix tapes via Datpiff. The first is titled Devils Pie the other is titled Jackin Five Beatz. This year I released three music videos and plan for seven more videos, all songs from my coming album Lift Off.

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

I would definitely sigh a contract w/ conditions and I will refuse advances in a place of making money on the backend. Foresight to hindsight. Loyalty should always come before royalty. If they don't have my best interest in mind then I have to make sure I do.
Pros and cons… it can extend your reach but limit your control.

Any last words?

San Fran Bay top to bottom of Cali left to right cross the map.

Where can we contact you?

Smokey D of HWY: http://ift.tt/21AuVmj

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JermOnboards From MoreBucksMusic -Real as it gets

Featured artist: JermOnboards – JermOnboards From MoreBucksMusic -Real as it gets

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

How did you decide to become an artist?

JermOnboards: I was always rapping since young but it would be simple freestyles here and there. It was when I was around 15 when I wrote my first song. I was bumping some song by wiz Khalifa then thought to myself , F*** listening to him let me write my own music. From that day on I decided that this would be my career. Funny thing is I got fired from a corny job I was working at that day as well.

Don't do what the people want, do what you want that's how you stay original and have loyal fans.

Being an artist isn't just about making music there is a business aspect to it as well.

Opportunity + preparation = success

JermOnboards


What about concerts? Do you play live?

I have not hosted my own concerts as of yet but in the near future I will so in that case yes.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Onboards I can't fall Off—- Morebucks Cash what we lust

JermOnboards

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

I am currently working on my mixtape which is expected to come out towards the end of the year. I am always working on my group mixtape with the team I am associated with , MoreBucksMusic. I have music out already on my soundcloud which is JermOnBoards feel free to check it out http://ift.tt/2a9sFvA
http://ift.tt/2aaprep

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

It all depend on one thing, is the deal a good deal or not. My team and I are fully capable of managing ourselves and generating money so if I was to consider that it has to be an amazing opportunity not no 360 deal bullsh**. Most likely I'll be continuing down this journey as an indie and start my own label. From there it'll branch out to more businesses etc. JermOnboards will be remembered.

Any last words?

Shouts to my team MoreBucksMusic follow us on Instagram @Morebucksmusic
Shoutout to my bro Von Corleone who just dropped his mixtape on Spinrilla called Different Day check that out and follow him on the gram @Vondoncorleone
Shoutout to the rest of the Bucks Twoski @twoski_mbm, Dmar @_D.mar, Superchino @Superchino.021, Fame @trae.fame & RichJames @RichjamesLifestyle
Shoutout to my town Nyc Brooklyn Flatbush where you get yo hat pushed lol

Where can we contact you?

JermOnboards: http://ift.tt/2a9srEN

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16 year old lyricist kidjay

Featured artist: kidjay – 16 year old lyricist kidjay

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

How did you decide to become an artist?

kidjay: I love to write music and touch people with it its a communication about music from the paper to peoples heart

It was to keep relevant keep pushing the music world is a constant grind

kidjay


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes I do I been doing them since I was 14 years old I love when people enjoy to hear me do my craft

Best punchline you ever wrote?

since I'm underground then I guess that IMA bout to dig to sick coming off the top like a bad wig

kidjay

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

Currently working on my album goldenchild this comes off my first ep truefacts I released early 2015

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

Maybe if the opportunity was right but as of right now I rather stay independent

Any last words?

S/0 to god first for making it happen s/0 to neisha neshae great artist from my way dej loaf pinnicle ent my cousin polofrost john dope flow baybe boy its to many to name but a lot of dope artist where I'm from

Where can we contact you?

kidjay: http//@officialkidjay:ig

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I.v.L “Dean List”

Featured artist: I.v.L (I.v League) – I.v.L "Dean List"

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist I.v.L (I.v League).

How did you decide to become an artist?

I.v.L (I.v League): Nothing that I decided..music was always in me! it just took time to cultivate the sound that best represents me..the one thing that I did have to decide on was,to start investing money in my art..the more I invested the better result I got..

The best advice I got given as a artist was by my Homey Dom Kennedy..he said;just keep doing you and your number will be pulled…So what I got from that was to keep grinding untill u get notice!!

I.v.L (I.v League)


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes I do perform live..actually I'm doing a concert tomorrow in San Fernando valley called HoodStock for my release of my new album #DeanList..I opened up for every major artist that came to L.a at the observatory the last 3yrs!! Performing is deffenetly my best expression of my music

Best punchline you ever wrote?

if u broke I don't value ur opinion,if u have a boss then u are a minion

I.v.L (I.v League)

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

Im currently working on "Going 2 Yale" my next mixtape,album..im shooting a Dean List" short film for the release of this album.. then in Sept im performing in NY with Dj Absolut at a RCa Rock the mic showcase..

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

I will sign a distribution deal with a major label..but for me to sign a artist contract..they give me enough creative control…

Any last words?

Major s/o to i.v League,that boy 4! My boys out the national serious leverage management also big S/0 to the heavy hitter DJ absolut for even reaching out to me ! S/o to my city Los Angeles ima do something different for ya!

Where can we contact you?

I.v.L (I.v League): http://vevo.ly/eWOsrk

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MIC GOD and You BETTER Say The GOD!

Featured artist: Mic God – MIC GOD and You BETTER Say The GOD!

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

How did you decide to become an artist?

Mic God: The decision to become an artist was already predestined for me. The day I wrote my first verse to "Forever" by Drake Ft. Lil Wayne and Kidd Kidd at 15, I knew the art of rapping and making music was for me. My passion and respect for the craft was been growing ever since.

Don't give away all your plans at once. Build anticipation and follow through with deadlines.

Mic God


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Me and my Team, God Mob, have done shows in the Houston area but this Fall we'll be doing shows in the Austin area. So cone check us out!

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Serving refreshments from heaven to prove the sky aint the limit, concocted with Biggie and Bishop, I got the Juice.

Mic God

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

Currently I'm working on my Production Company, AUMNI SoundZ, including producing beats and giving studio time as well. Not to mention mixing and mastering. That's just on the audio side. I have cameras and shooters for photo shoots and music videos too.

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

Depending on the contract would determine if I send a deal or not. If it's a distribution deal for me and all of God Mob, maybe. But I need keep control over my company, brand, and creativity.

Any last words?

Sending love to all of God Mob, Emerald GodE and Gunny. Shout out to BiighommieJ and SkreetMG. A Special shootout to my manager Asia Michon. And I especially wanna send all my love to everybody in the world and all my supporters. Thank you.

Where can we contact you?

Mic God: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWEpEYP_u_cJLeCZrMNN9ZQ

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Independent But Grindin Like The Majors

Featured artist: Nomad aka Mr. Murk City – Independent But Grindin Like The Majors

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Nomad aka Mr. Murk City.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Nomad aka Mr. Murk City: I really just fell into making music. I've rapped for a long time just freestyling with friends, cousins stuff like that. But, I never thought I would get this far. At first it was just a way for me to cope with my dad passing away. Music was my scapegoat, my refuge from reality. Then time passed, and I just started meeting more and more people in the industry. Literally almost everyone I met was trying to do music. Then I met Big Ish, my Big homie who just happened to manage DJ B-Lord (Biggest club/radio dj in SC ). And from there I met more and more Djs and artist, making contacts. I started getting serious and hungry to make my own music. I had to turn into a savage, I had to put something together asap! Fast forward to today, I just released a independent project with DJ Chuck T (DownSouthSlangin Mixtape Series) titled Tru Life, which is on every mixtape site and in the streets. So yeah go get that, it's a certified street masterpiece..

The best advice given to me as an artist? That's easy… I was always told by DJ B-Lord to "Keep It Pushin!" Never stop, just Keep It Pushin! That's the motto we live by.

Nomad aka Mr. Murk City


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Most definitely, I just rocked a few venues in Washington, DC; Annapolis, MD and Charlotte, NC few weeks ago! I have another few shows in DC coming up as well. I'm grinding fam TruLife.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Had to cut some friends off cause they lost my respect, the Plug's prices way to high then you gotta finesse, otherwise cut ya losses, find another connect, so much bread up on my mind , somebody cut me a check!

Nomad aka Mr. Murk City

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

Currently my focus is on pushing this recent project I just dropped titled, Tru Life the mixtape hosted by DJ Chuck T. I have more shows lining up as well as photo shoots, and more music videos to shoot. I'm always working, always grinding this all I know. In a few weeks I plan to start working on my next project which I'm hoping to release by the 4th quarter of this year. So definitely stay tuned for that as well. It's going to be epic.

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

I would consider signing with a major label if the deal makes sense for both of us to do business. The pros would have to be the extra financial backing in regards to promotions, studio time, sponsorships, endorsements, etc. The cons of signing would be not having as much control over projects as I do on a independent platform i.e. Switching my release dates, making last minute adjustments to tracks or visuals, etc.

Any last words?

Shout out to God/Allah first and foremost without him I am nothing. I have to say shout outs to my home town Sumter, SC (Murk City) as well as the entire state of South Carolina, North Carolina and the entire DC, Maryland and Virginia area! DJ Chuck T I salute bruh! Big Ish, B-Lord, Dj Phatboi, Kenny Kane I Salute! One time for my homies J-Boogy, Junior Luciano, Twan, Gene, Uncle Sin, Chris, DadeCountyGyrl, D's barbershop, LCD Vision, David Knocks, A&R Vic, V6 Quan, Shuler King, Tr33, GE Da Pilot, the streets for always showing me love and to all my new listeners!

Where can we contact you?

Nomad aka Mr. Murk City: http://ift.tt/2a3hp3J

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Marcus Ariah

Featured artist: Marcus Ariah – Marcus Ariah

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Marcus Ariah.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Marcus Ariah: When I was about 17 me and my brothers were rapping in the basement and I was already nice with the poetry at the time, but when I saw I could really flow on a beat real good, I just figured I start rapping. I kept it on the low for a while then I got real nice and finally or some stuff out.

Think about how if you go hard for ten years doing what you do, what you can accomplish, and if you quit before ten years what you'll regret looking back.

Marcus Ariah


What about concerts? Do you play live?

I do a lot of live shows with my bro Laze and we always turn the shows up whether it's in our city or any other city.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Niggas here lookin like Chicago? Bullshit, man we got our own style, Jersey goin stupid.

Marcus Ariah

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

Currently I'm working on my third mixtape/album with an unreleased name, but it's halfway done, I'm just waiting on features now. My past projects were "Changes" which was last year, and my first one "Growth." All on my soundcloud.

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

Yes I would if I knew that they full heartedly believe that I'll bring them in revenue, because I refuse to get shelved and not have any creative control. I know the business a little bit and I'm still learning, and I don't wanna get played, if I'm owning a good majority of my royalties and just have a great deal then yea I'd definitely sign major. It's just harder independent when you don't have a whole marketing and distribution team, but it can definitely be done.

Any last words?

First God for giving me opportunities I've been given. Shout out Newark, Essex County, my Brock City Cartel family, Laze who adds me on his shows, and another great artist, Caesar, basically the founder of BCC, he got all the "Jersey Over Everything" hats. Shout out all the family.

Where can we contact you?

Marcus Ariah: http://ift.tt/2a8cN0U

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RapBeats.Net / Interview With Boston’s own Ricky Mazarati !

Featured artist: Ricky Mazarati – RapBeats.Net / Interview With Boston's own Ricky Mazarati !

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Ricky Mazarati.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Ricky Mazarati: Well my brother and my cousin wrote my first rap at 8-9 Yo I stopped at like 11-12 by 15 I did my bid came home ready to really do it for real for real.

Best advice I was given was from Hypno Carlito he told me don't wait on nobody.

Ricky Mazarati


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yea all the time I got two shows this month in fact.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Came from the block to the rap game if you don't know me personally then call me by rap name.

Ricky Mazarati

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

I recently released my first official project in February titled "Lost Hope" which did fairly great with over 20,000+ plays in total and I'm currently working on my soft more project "Leave It Up 2 Me".

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

Yea definitely would just gotta all make sense.

Any last words?

Yea definitely wanna s/o my mom first and foremost without you this ain't possible s/o my whole hood too many names s/o my city Boston I love y'all I know y'all love me so it's mutual and last for not least RIP Nana /Slick / Tp / Cyg and everybody els I didn't say y'all rest up too love y'all

Where can we contact you?

Ricky Mazarati: http://ift.tt/2a4jRIh

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Im me.

Featured artist: Drew What It Do – Im me.

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Drew What It Do.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Drew What It Do: Biggie smalls..

Never give up no matter what..

Drew What It Do


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Not yet..

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Live today tomarrow isnt always there..

Drew What It Do

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

I released over 900 songs over the course of my rap career since i was 16yrs old they are spread out throughout the internet.

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

Yes if they can help me get out there more..of course

Any last words?

Long island nyc my family god is first in everything i do..

Where can we contact you?

Drew What It Do: http://ift.tt/2ahQs2l

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This Kid Is DOPE Check Out South FL Independent Artist Cameron Airborne

Featured artist: Cameron Airborne – This Kid Is DOPE Check Out South FL Independent Artist Cameron Airborne

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Cameron Airborne.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Cameron Airborne: I Was Always Heavily Influenced With Music Growing Up, Mainly Hip Hop By Choice. As A Kid, My First CD Was 50 Cent's 'Get Rich Or Die Trying' And Since Then I Was Hooked.
I Started Writing And Recording Music At The Age Of 13. I Put Out My First Little Project At 14 Or 15 And It Just Kind Of Progressed From There And Developed Into This.

Remain Humble Amd Stay Consistent

Cameron Airborne


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes I Play Live Shows A lot. I've Opened For Artists Such As RITTZ, Crooked I, Horseshoe Gang, Bone Thugs N Harmony, Joell Ortiz Cory Gunz Amd Many More. My Last Show Can Be Found On YouTube Where I Opened For Miami Hip Hop legend 'Trick Daddy'

Best punchline you ever wrote?

So Ahead Of My Time I Have To Reminisce Just To Live In The Moment

Cameron Airborne

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

I Have Just Released My Debut Album Titled 'Unspoken Words' It Can Be Found On All Major Digital Distribution Outlets.
I Have A Music Video Out For My Single 'Chosen One' Off The Project Which Can Be Found On Youtube Worldstarhiphop VEVO ect. Which Is Getting Ready To Debut On MTV BET And VH1

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

It Depends On The Deal. I Prefer To Stay Independent But If The Deal Is Right You Never Know. I Don't Like Labels Because They Wind Up Owning Your Content In Turn Profiting From Your Work. If You Remain Independent Amd Invest Your Own Money And Build A Solid Fanbase You Can Sell Records On Your Own And Make A Larger Residual

Any last words?

I'm Currently Residing In Boynton Beach FL
No Need To Name Drop My People Know Who They Are

Where can we contact you?

Cameron Airborne: http://ift.tt/1v5cxAt

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RapBeats.Net / Ricky Mazarati Interview !

Featured artist: Ricky Mazarati – RapBeats.Net / Ricky Mazarati Interview !

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Ricky Mazarati.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Ricky Mazarati: Well I been spitting since a youngin like 8-9 my brothers and my cousin wrote my first rap I still remember it to this day I stopped at like 11-12 and choose to run the streets and right after my bid I came home more then ever.

Best advice I received as an artist was from Hypno Carlito he told me don't wait on nobody.

Ricky Mazarati


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Definitely I play live all the time I got two show this month actually.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Came from the block to the rap game if you don't know me personally then call me by my rap name.

Ricky Mazarati

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

I just recently released my first official project like under a label "Lost Hope" and it did great so I'm back doing what I do working on my next project "Leave It Up 2 Me"

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

I would sign but you say this right one it has to make sense two I don't want no money just put me in a situation where I could win and I'll Be able to make money and that's just that.

Any last words?

Definitely wanna shout out my city Boston I love y'all I know y'all love me I'm gon keep working putting out quality music for y'all and stay blessed wanna s/o my whole hood too many names to name so I say the whole hood my moms definitely cause this wouldn't be possible without you and last for not least I wanna say Rest up Slick / Nana / Cyg / Tp and everybody els up there I love y'all y'all rest up too. 💯🙏🏽

Where can we contact you?

Ricky Mazarati: http://ift.tt/2a62c6B

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(D)ont (M)Ind (G)rizz #MIXTAPE #BMEMPIRE #BLACKFRIDAYMGROUP

Featured artist: snappin Aih Grizz – (D)ont (M)Ind (G)rizz #MIXTAPE #BMEMPIRE #BLACKFRIDAYMGROUP

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist snappin Aih Grizz.

How did you decide to become an artist?

snappin Aih Grizz: I Decide to become an artists . after watching my older brother DJ in Jamaica , so music been in my background since my childhood days. But it wasn't until I moved to the united states , at the Age of 9 we moved to shallow side a neighborhood located in ft
Lauderdale Florida . for half of a year then at the ending of that year , we moved to deepside 56th and 27th st. Where I meet local Group C.H.B CERTIFIED HUSTLE BOYZ . all this time we was just getting to lauderhill community middle school , where COREY INTRODUCE ME TO THE GROUP. FROM THERE SLIKK HAD ME RECORDIN FIRST BEAT, I RECORDED was to rick Ross 'boss' . now I got my own situation #BMEMPIRE #BLACKFRIDAYMG 'BOUT MONEY EMPIRE' ' BLACK FRIDAY ' MGROUP

If you really want it , you gotta chase your dream
You gotta spend money to make money.

snappin Aih Grizz


What about concerts? Do you play live?

As of Right Now, I performed at a few open mics in broward county .

Best punchline you ever wrote?

sometimes you don't find your hustle, it choose you .

snappin Aih Grizz

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

Yes I just released my new mixtape Tittled .

(D)ont (M)Ind (G)rizz **powered by*** Bout money empire & Black Friday MGroup available For Download http://ift.tt/2a0wkvy

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

No jus a distribution deal , we can go 50/50 or none its more money independent anyways just a longer grind #BMEMPIRE #BLACKFridayMGroup

Any last words?

Shoutsouts. To misty she's A local promoter who booked my first show, also shouts out to my lable brother serious Gambino 'black Friday' MGroup .
He responsible For Mixin & Recording my New mix tape ' DMGRIZZ ' ALSO MY OTHER BIG BROTHER BENTLY COOP 'DUFFLE GANG' ALSO JLORD , DON MAFIA , SLIKK , CBABBIE , WELCOME HOME TO MY LUH BRUH BLACK BINO

Where can we contact you?

snappin Aih Grizz: http://ift.tt/2a1uXAf

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

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Who Is Pikasoe?

Featured artist: Pikasoe (Picasso) – Who Is Pikasoe?

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Pikasoe (Picasso).

How did you decide to become an artist?

Pikasoe (Picasso): Well I started off as a basketball player ya know,every other young kid in the hood dreamed of going pro. But my senior year of High School I fell more in love with the fact that I could create my own music and sound & I always had that gift so i stuck with it.

"With the lyrics that you spitting,the energy on stage and your word play you could be the next Kanye West"

Pikasoe (Picasso)


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes i actually do perform live,I've had several shows.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

I'm not ya average n*gga kinda think that i'ma alien,good brain from a smart mouth blowing medication to the cranium…coming up everybody knew i was the one three steps before the fourth move,seeing everything like a dork do but to eat these n*ggas like some fork food

Pikasoe (Picasso)

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

Right now i'm working on releasing a track 2 weeks rapping on a industry beat. Also working on another project following my previous project "Late Bloomer" which was released on May 14th,2016. The project is currently on Datpiff.com & Soudcloud.com

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

Yes i would. The numbers would have to be reasonable & depending the deal…Coming up in the game now as an independent artist is and always have the the way to go BUT if the right deal was to come across the tables for me then I would partner up with the one that best fits me

Any last words?

I would like to give a shoutout to God first off because without him this wouldn't be posible,my label Take Flyght Ent,RobDolla,Westside Flee,Lucky Lew,SMB Snacks,TonyBe,My hometown Maywood,IL my city Chicago,Milwaukee,WI for supporting the boy too

Where can we contact you?

Pikasoe (Picasso): http://ift.tt/29SSVL1

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Sit down with rising NC artist

Featured artist: Meeksoul – Sit down with rising NC artist

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

How did you decide to become an artist?

Meeksoul: I actually didn't take this seriously until my jr year in high school. That's when I figured I'm good at something. Let's see how far I can go with this

Don't make music for other people, make it for yourself and if other people like the music you make. Your doing something special.

Meeksoul


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes I do play live. I've haven't had one lately but I'm always ready

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Chick-fil-A Rappers ain't wanting the beef.

Meeksoul

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

I'm working on perfecting my craft, my YouTube channel and trying to get a buzz for myself.

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

Yes I would sign a recording contract with a label. The pros for me at this point in my career out weighs the obvious cons, but if I want to get to the next level I must do what I gotta do.

Any last words?

I constantly say I'm the king of the Queen and I mean it. Charlotte is going to be a city I take over by storm.

Where can we contact you?

Meeksoul: https://youtu.be/Qwy0FcmVl2I

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