The south lyricist

Featured artist: Mkhuchy – The south lyricist

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

How did you decide to become an artist?

Mkhuchy: My big brother used to play hip hop a lot when I was growing up so It got to me when. I WAS still a youngen and I would sing rap songs and boom I started recording

Be patient don't rush success it can take over Ten years

Mkhuchy


What about concerts? Do you play live?

No I haven't done it yet

Best punchline you ever wrote?

I gat my hands on my phone, your girl just might be my type

Mkhuchy

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

I just released an EP where I made instruments for rappers and also released my first EP rapping

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

Yes I would sign a record label actually am willing to be signed but not for long(but I won't tell the record that)
Def Jam records isprobably the best

Any last words?

Vryheid and Durban

Where can we contact you?

Mkhuchy: https://soundcloud.com/flamini-pluto-mkhuchy

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

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Get to know Izbandz

Featured artist: Izbandz – Get to know Izbandz

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

How did you decide to become an artist?

Izbandz: I had a lot of pain to express and decided nobody was listening so I put it in a rap.

I don’t talk to artist only artist I talked to was “tec” he’s an artist influenced by boosie and he has raps zero lies

Izbandz


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes if I had the chance to get booked in different states I would everytime

Best punchline you ever wrote?

Can’t stand down til my bands up

Izbandz

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

Yeah , I’m consistent I drop every week but since I’m tryn work on a mix since last week I only got 6 songs but I’ll be done w the whole tape on the 3rd week

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

I don’t know about that. I think I’m better off independent due to me being bilingual and being able to kill in both

Any last words?

Shoutout my everybody in Cuba everybody in Puerto Rico shout out my momma da makin it happen shout out everybody that got love for me

Where can we contact you?

Izbandz: Instagram:izbandz

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

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Dusty Old Dinosaur Refuses to Give Up Using Vinyl

Featured artist: DJ FLuk3D099 (FlukeDogg) – Dusty Old Dinosaur Refuses to Give Up Using Vinyl

Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist DJ FLuk3D099 (FlukeDogg).

How did you decide to become an artist?

DJ FLuk3D099 (FlukeDogg): One of my main influences that made me want to become a DJ was Bad Boy Bill, a House music DJ from Chicago. Watching people like him and DJ Qbert over 20 years ago made me catch DJ bug, and I have been a record skrachin Break-beat junky ever since.
This year (2018) marks my return to the craft after overcoming my battle with alcoholism.
2018 also marks my first year to try my hand at producing. I had always been priced out of that realm by all of the expensive hardware that used to be required. Now, thanks to advances in equipment emulation and more Open Source options to produce with, I am able to write my own tracks pretty much for FREE. I use a Linux operation system, and a combination of different Open Source software made available through the Linux software repositories.
The programs that I use are:

>Linux Multi-Media Studio (LMMS)
A very powerful and free Digital Audio Workstation (DAW)

>Hydrogen Drum Machine
A free drum sequencer comparable to Fruity Loops

>Audacity
A handy free editing station to finalize and tweak my tracks.

And that is pretty much it. Upon further request I will supply links to the free sample drum kits made available by the different drum kit websites

Early on I remember an older sound guy/producer tell me to make tracks feel like a leisurely bicycle ride. Smooth, and mechanical, and not stressed. I still think it is sound advice.
I try to pay it forward and help MCs come into their own and find their voice. To be able to "come correct" for full effect if you will.
If the MC's delivery is light or doesnt grab and shake the audience , I will tell the MC to picture themselves obbing a bank and they must bark orders at the people inside. They audience has to know you mean business. If you dont take yourself seriously, they audience wont take you seriously either.
This is especially important now that the market is being flooded with mediocre sounds due to wider access. That is not a necessarily a bad thing, One just was make an extra effort to really grab the audiences attention and stand out from the rest.
So essentially, I tell MCs to "yell" at the audience. It will just feel like yelling if the MC is not used to it. Usually that practice gets us right to where we need to be. One MUST to get the audiences attention or they wont remember you from MC Mumble rap.

DJ FLuk3D099 (FlukeDogg)


What about concerts? Do you play live?

I have gigged as a DJ/Turntablist off and on for almost 20 years. In that time I had the privilege to meet some of my DJ idols. The man credited with inventing the skratch Grandwizard Theodore, DJ Qbert, DJ Jazzy Jeff, and Rob Swift of the X-ecutioners to name a few. I really dug those times, they were awesome.

Best punchline you ever wrote?

You can go march out there tough guy, 10ft tall and bulletproof. I will be out somehwere in the woodline, ducked down in a guille suit

DJ FLuk3D099 (FlukeDogg)

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

I continue to practice my craft and refine it every day, always striving to become better. When I see peoples heads nodding to the beat, I know what I have made will pass.

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

Eh… That would depend on a lot of factors such as the label, and how many zeros they are putting on the check. I try to keep my style underground, and REAL Hip-hop. As long as my fairly basic needs are met, I really do not care about money, or flashy things. I care more about people and looking out for one another. I have been poor so long if I ever did have money, I would still live like I was broke.
Preserving Hip-hop and its four elements as a craft and a culture for future generations is my main focus.

Any last words?

So far, its just me, myself, and I. I rep my state Ohio, and my area code 419, but I am not fond enough of my hometown or the people therein to give them any props. Sad but true. Hopefully my music will take my out of this place again. Findlay, OH is the squarest, wackest place around for real.

Where can we contact you?

DJ FLuk3D099 (FlukeDogg): https://soundcloud.com/flukedogg

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

This interview opportunity has been provided by RapBeats.net, the digital marketplace for urban production music .

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