God Bless the Sinners: New Memphis Artist SiX is doing Numbers!

Featured artist: SiX - God Bless the Sinners: New Memphis Artist SiX is doing Numbers!


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

How did you decide to become an artist?

SiX: I come from a family that has always embraced Music. My uncle on my father's side was an original member of the Commodores and on my mother's side her cousins wrote music for Al Green. I really got into rap with my cousin J-Rose (god rest her soul) and I have just kept the pace after she passed away.

Stay ten toes down and don't stop pursuing the dream.

- SiX


What about concerts? Do you play live?

I play live often throughout the Southeast of the country. Please stay tuned I will be launching tour dates soon.

Best punchline you ever wrote?


F**k talkin I want my mule and my acres. They don't wanna lose it so they try to make us Trayvon. Hatred ain't even a fair estimation. Gotta watch thy neighbor…preacher and the mayor.
- SiX

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

I am working on my next project GBTS Volume II and GBTS Volume I is out now.

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

The money is in being indie but if the right opportunity knocks then we'll see what happens.

Any last words?

Shout out to Memphis, TN. Shoutout to the Eastside, the Mound, South Memphis, the North, Blackhaven, the whole city!!! Free East Memphis Tip and God Bless the Sinners!

Where can we contact you?

SiX: https://www.facebook.com/Neveraftersix/

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

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Never lost my vision

Featured artist: Bigchu da General - Never lost my vision


Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Bigchu da General.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Bigchu da General: well I was in the background and helping, but then from working with other artist and community groups I seen that If I work on my craft harder, that I skill wise; I was destined for something big. Mainly because my ground zero was next level to most and was as good as some famous people.So I figured if I worked hard to lay a solid foundation that everyone encourage me to stand up in the front and put out my own work with what I had to say.

The best advice given to me is find what I am weak at as an artist and make it my strength so never give up because I will have plenty of shaping and reshaping to do.

- Bigchu da General


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes I do live shows and that is a constant evolution to my craft to be the best performer I can be.

Best punchline you ever wrote?


respect given is respect due!!!
- Bigchu da General

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

I have a current project I am working on in may this year I released Project Mayhem and now I am working on the next project to Release sometime in the fall if all goes right…

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

It would depend on the deal and what would help my future out longevity wise although the major label can help you get out to the people and be heard by millions is the label willing to put me in a position to be better in not just a career with them but in life afterward too

Any last words?

I wanna shout out my wife and Kids along with wildbeats QSJradio.com my mother and Jordan Ravenell any many more that has helped my so far

Where can we contact you?

Bigchu da General: https://soundcloud.com/jesus-ramirez-179692011

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

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kingkobra35 new up coming hip hop artist working Universal records distribution Department

Featured artist: kingkobra35 - kingkobra35 new up coming hip hop artist working Universal records distribution Department


Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist kingkobra35.

How did you decide to become an artist?

kingkobra35: at the age of 7 I had some songs that I waiting down in a journal at school and truned them in to my teacher and was ask to read them to the class and my friends that I hangout with told me I sound like a hip hop artist all I need it was some beats with it I did a few events at school and just keep up with it and had my first event a club then took a break at the age of at 18 of age to do my first alum the stared back up at the age of 35 and did a few events and just stayed with it

just to keep up doing songs and keep a job on the side so I don't end up with no Money and don't let people get to you that are trying to truned you down and be you

- kingkobra35


What about concerts? Do you play live?

yes I do live events and concerts

Best punchline you ever wrote?


900 block
- kingkobra35

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

at the time I'm working on my fan base and working with UMG and manager for some artist and still doing my songs as well

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

I'm working with UMG and get to stay on my own label

Any last words?

shoutustouts to UMG and all my artists that are with kingsof900 and all my fans

Where can we contact you?

kingkobra35: Listen to Can't stop me buy king kobra 35 Blind Timothy by this!dimuro by king kobra35 #np on #SoundCloud https://soundcloud.com/king-kobra35/cant-stop-me-buy-king-kobra-35

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

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INPERCEPTIONWELOVE INTERVIEW ON HIS NEWEST RELEASE

Featured artist: inperceptionwelove - INPERCEPTIONWELOVE INTERVIEW ON HIS NEWEST RELEASE


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

How did you decide to become an artist?

inperceptionwelove: for as long as i can remember, music has always been around me. my family isn't musical at all, but my dad would always play the slim shady LP in his black beat up Mazda and I fell in love with every syllable, every word and the way Eminem would create these songs. I knew, just listening to the LP that I wanted. even needed to become that. Eminem was my first real inspiration. I discovered artists like Mos Def, MF DOOM, Black Thought, NF, etc and just fell more in love with the way they used words and knew I had to do this. Music was always an outlet for me and let me express what I was truly, truly feeling. It really saved my life and if i can inspire someone to do the same, my life will mean something.

"Be so good they can't deny you."

- inperceptionwelove


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Not at the moment but I will be moving to Austin, Texas very soon so I will be.

Best punchline you ever wrote?


I'm wishing to the world that I could understand it's ways / And see past the assumptions that there's a lack of pace / Like there's no reason for the legions of the feelings we've been treating as misleading and trapping it in the retreating / I want to know I need the answers / Because the questions are coming but the seconds are faster / And as soon as they catch up the wonders are going under and we'll lose everything that we hold dear but this is the start of the newest premiere / of the future
- inperceptionwelove

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

I have just dropped my EP reality, currently out on the link of this interview. This collection of songs means the entire world, it's showing the reality of the people who put on the happiest personas but are secretly dying inside.

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

I've definitely thought about it, but I would need to thoroughly understand what I'm singing and what I would be gaining/losing. Creative control is my main priority.

Any last words?

The Rio Grande Valley, the place that made me who I am. Thank you to my mom, for being there through literally everything, my dad for teaching me how to go through life, Olivia for being the best friend in the entire world, and to everyone to inspired this ep. Thank you all so much.

Where can we contact you?

inperceptionwelove: https://soundcloud.com/inperceptionwelove

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

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Connection

Featured artist: Justin - Connection


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

How did you decide to become an artist?

Justin: Music is all I really know.. I've been messing with my voice in just about every way imaginable since I got up the courage to make some noise.

They're scared of you, kid.. Don't let that scare you.

- Justin


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Soon! I just need to finish up my set list and get my team together. Not always easy while the money isn't right but keep your eyes open in Minneapolis.

Best punchline you ever wrote?


I bet you thought I was dead by now.
- Justin

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

I'm currently working on a full tape of my first more so "professional" demo's. I've released all sorts of content I wasn't sure of in the past but over the past few months I've gathered about 30 songs that I'm planning on moving forward with.

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

I mean sure.. I would sign.. but I'm definitely aware of what to keep my guard up for.
It all depends on the contract.
I'd say the pros would be help with distribution, solid team work, and better production while the cons would be smiling at people who see me as a paycheck..
Either way it's not so black and white.. I'm open to whatever comes my way.
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Any last words?

"I only love my bed and my momma I'm sorry…."
Honestly though.. If you've had my back I love you and you know who you are.
Minneapolis is a great city and I'm very appreciative for the opportunities that can be found here.

Where can we contact you?

Justin: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9w7ZCliRcFo&feature=youtu.be

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

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Shut Up and Listen

Featured artist: Seemore Bluntz - Shut Up and Listen


Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Seemore Bluntz.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Seemore Bluntz: I was attracted to lyricism. I love the vision you can paint with words. The emotion and energy in a song can make a person's day. People go through things in life and it may be the lyrics to help them through. I wrote quite a few personal things on this album and I hope it reaches the ear of a person who needs to listen.

If the elevator to success is broken, the you take the stairs. There is always a path to get to the top.

- Seemore Bluntz


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes I do. I perform my music in various spots around the tri-state. Most of them are nightclubs. I try to take as many shows as possible because being visible to the public eye helps build the brand.

Best punchline you ever wrote?


I crack necks, backs, break arms… in a pair of Khaks like Jake from State Farm
- Seemore Bluntz

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

I just released an album titled "Shut Up and Listen" on May 1st. It's available in all digital stores. It's a 20 track album full of dope music and has something on there for anybody to listen to. I touch subjects like relationships, things I have endured in my childhood, being a father as well as losing my mother to cancer.

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

It all depends. I would if it was the right thing to do. The pros of signing with a major label is my brand will be out to the world a lot faster then doing it independently. There's financial backing but the money has to be recouped. Being independent generates more money but its a slow grind, especially with no financial backing. As an artist you just have to be smart and make the best choice for you.

Any last words?

I represent Staten Island New York and I give shoutouts to Back of the Bus Entertainment as well as all the artist that worked with me and made a dope album.

Where can we contact you?

Seemore Bluntz: http://www.facebook.com/seemore.bluntz.9

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

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Kansas City, MO Artist On The RISE

Featured artist: Pro Quo - Kansas City, MO Artist On The RISE


Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Pro Quo.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Pro Quo: I started writing music in the 10th grade because I was told that my voice would sound dope on a beat.

No matter what happens on stage don't see it as messing up, it's all apart of YOUR show that you're putting on for the people/fans to make it worth the experience!

- Pro Quo


What about concerts? Do you play live?

So far I've done 7 show performances and 1 open mic show

Best punchline you ever wrote?


Prophetically Aesthetic/Greatness is embedded/ in my genetics!
- Pro Quo

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

I currently work full-time for Amazon, part-time delivering flowers & postmates, having my 3rd child in a few more weeks, becoming a social media marketer, and saving up money to record at least 60% of my songs in 1 take! I have 400 stashed songs total (I'm a big dreamer).

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

I honestly don't know (this early into my career) but if everything in fine print was pristine and there were very little cons I would.

Any last words?

Shoutout to EVERY SINGLE PERSON that is focusing on whatever their "Plan A" is; whatever job that is that they'll LOVE doing for the rest of their life!

As well as those that keep pushing with all odds stacked against them!

Where can we contact you?

Pro Quo: https://twitter.com/od_ham

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

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The Rise Of DJ Tramaine713

Featured artist: DJ Tramaine713 - The Rise Of DJ Tramaine713


Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist DJ Tramaine713.

How did you decide to become an artist?

DJ Tramaine713: I Was Started As A Chopped & Slowed DJ, Then I Got Heavily Influenced By Local Texas Artists That Attend My High School.

Be Your Own Artist Don't Write What You Haven't Done & Be Yourself Never Change For The Fame

- DJ Tramaine713


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes, As A Rapper I Only Have Done One Rap Concert .

Best punchline you ever wrote?


Don't Look At My Wrist, I'm The NIgga To Watch
- DJ Tramaine713

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

I"m Currently Workin On " The Life Struggles Ep " . And Yes I Have I Recently Dropped " My Journey " Mixtape.

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

No I Won't , I Like Being Independent I Have More Control Over My Career & My Music. Less Problems For Free

Any last words?

Yes Shoutout To My Crew Chop House Ent, DJ 224, Stunna DJ's, Lil Coupedeville, Koppo, Lil Jamer, Joyful Stunna

Where can we contact you?

DJ Tramaine713: https://twitter.com/dj_tramaine713

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

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Set 4 Life Drops Murder Shut up And Listen OTW!!

Featured artist: Set4Life - Set 4 Life Drops Murder Shut up And Listen OTW!!


Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Set4Life.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Set4Life: zay: My older brother got me into music
Shooter: I was in a musical family just born into it so to speak
Drea: Same here been doing this awhile

Foucus on your foundation and stay humble.

- Set4Life


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes when we finish the album we will go on tour.

Best punchline you ever wrote?


I can see your future in my flashbacks
- Set4Life

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

The Album is called Shut Up And Listen we just put out a single MURDER it will drop today.

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

We have a GREAT deal with Manifest Records a indie company out of New York. We partner with them on everything. Our advice is If you can find a situation where the label understands your goals build with them,Money Will Come if your doing your part and holding up your end of the bargin.

Any last words?

Set4life Natives BBM We are all pushing towards our goals its competitive but at the end of the day they are good people and we come togther to do some great things

Where can we contact you?

Set4Life: facebook.com/set4life864

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

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-A Truly motivating Story follows this indie Artist-

Featured artist: ODBeezie - -A Truly motivating Story follows this indie Artist-


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

How did you decide to become an artist?

ODBeezie: I was inspired by my best friend when I was 14.

Perseverance and Patience. Hard work pays off , trust me.

- ODBeezie


What about concerts? Do you play live?

I'm willing too, never had the opportunity yet though.

Best punchline you ever wrote?


I'm too observant it bother me how these people be, searching for a problem or constantly starting beef with me.
- ODBeezie

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

I'm currently working on a new r&b / hip single.

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

No I wouldn't.

Any last words?

Shout out Twandoe and 2x my brothers!

Where can we contact you?

ODBeezie: https://soundcloud.com/odbeezie420

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

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In 2018 if you aren't angry you aren't paying attention

Featured artist: Beetle the skull kid - In 2018 if you aren't angry you aren't paying attention


Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Beetle the skull kid.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Beetle the skull kid: I started producing beats when I was about thirteen or fourteen for local kids in my neighborhood who kept rapping over other songs. I said why not just have your own beats. I also would jump in and spit with them. I really got back into it because in 2018 with everything going on, I often find myself being angry again and music has always been my creative outlet.

The best advice given to me as an artist was to always be true to my craft. Don't chase what's hot right now if it isn't what you are all about because those phases pass, but who you are as a person is forever.

- Beetle the skull kid


What about concerts? Do you play live?

I do perform live when I can get the gig. I have Djed, entered into open mic freestyles and played guitar in a few bands over the years.

Best punchline you ever wrote?


I'm gonna get him back, I'll pull out that burner and get Reaper back like a sons of anarchy tat
- Beetle the skull kid

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

Right now I'm currently working on an EP. I took a break for a while on my lyrical stuff and started to produce and Dj a lot of dubstep tunes. Playing gigs in Louisville Kentucky, but I've always had the passion for good lyricism and out of the box themes.

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

It all depends honestly. The pros are definately having a large backing to push my music, but the cons would be that I don't want anyone over my shoulder telling me what to say or how to act. I'm my own person, but I guess it really depends on the label.

Any last words?

I definitely want to give a shout out to my biggest supporters, my son and his mother. Also everybody up in Perry/Warner Robins Georgia and everybody around the country who supports me and what I do.

Where can we contact you?

Beetle the skull kid: https://youtu.be/7UjhSuuE3_0

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

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Producer Spotlight-Dj Iceman

Featured artist: Dj Iceman - Producer Spotlight-Dj Iceman


Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Dj Iceman.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Dj Iceman: i became a dj in 1982 following my uncle A.D. and i became a beatmaker last year

If you cant do the promo, don't put out the project

- Dj Iceman


What about concerts? Do you play live?

ive done a few beat showcases. its been pretty fun

Best punchline you ever wrote?


Slapnut
- Dj Iceman

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

i released my third beat tap "Deadly Beats" earlier this month, and i have a track on Hell Raza'z Equilibrium album

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

i stay strictly independent. i can have TOTAL control and ownership of my content, the drawback is everything is that needs to be paid for comes out of pocket. (but i see a bigger return)

Any last words?

shout out to my Zulu Family, my Wu Tang family, my Producers Corner fam, my LOEE crew my FFU crew my mentor Kept See and all the people that rock with me

Where can we contact you?

Dj Iceman: www.bigbossbeatz.com

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

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Eremitic Artist In The Trees

Featured artist: Eremitic - Eremitic Artist In The Trees


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

How did you decide to become an artist?

Eremitic: well I had originally started as a Chopped and Slowed DJ but I felt i needed to do more. My whole life i have had a passion for music and felt as though I needed to do something with music, In college I took Music Technology and started producing beats for people, at that point I quit doing the DJ stuff. I was never really satisfied just being a producer i was in the background I felt so I started rapping on and off again until I got into it heavily.

Never give up and and be persistent, it's a big world out there.

- Eremitic


What about concerts? Do you play live?

No not yet but who knows what the future will bring.

Best punchline you ever wrote?


michelangelo Swag painting in my dreams
- Eremitic

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

well i was featured on a few releases a while back, before i got into it serious. As for current releases I can't really say as I don't have any out standing projects but I am always releasing stuff so be on the look for whatever I'm doing.

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

no not at all I mean i could see the pros being you would have somone to handle all the business side of things, show dates, marketing etc. I'm not really into that though money is a bonus but my music is free there are other outlets besides directly selling music. People stream so much now and that is more or less free because the payout on streaming is so low. Merch and tours are where it is at do that and keep your art free. I am just trying ti get the music together for now though.

Any last words?

Shoutout to HRS (HiddenRoad Studios) that is who is really helping me put my music out right now so shoutout to fellow artist Hidden for helping me with everything. Shoutout to Tramaine 713, and DJ 224 for the words of support and wisdom. A quick shoutout to Yung Ble$$ed and his crew, I see you!

Where can we contact you?

Eremitic: https://twitter.com/ItsEremitic

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

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Who Is CHEF?

Featured artist: CHEF - Who Is CHEF?


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

How did you decide to become an artist?

CHEF: I have just always had a thing for music, For as long as I can remember, It was something that meant something to me, It was more then just the image of being a "rapper",
I guess for me it was a way of coping.
I am 20 years old & have been writing since about 14, For the last year or so, I've really devoted A lot of my time towards my music, towards hip hop, It takes a.big pressure off my shoulders, It give's me expression & a healthy let out.

"People will talk, They always will.
But if you keep doing you, Don't go with the crowd, Then find your own style, That is talent. To stand alone, Is strength."

- CHEF


What about concerts? Do you play live?

I have only done one show, I would really love to do more, It's just trying to find gigs and people with a similar vibe and style of hip hop.

Best punchline you ever wrote?


Like Grandmaster Flash, I'm Close To The Edge.
- CHEF

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

I'm working on my debut album, " No Place like home "

It's based around most of my earlier teens growing up, I was kicked out of home at 15, When I was 11 I Lost my brother In a car accident, He was 9 at the time, So it's gonna be basically an album, Explaining, How I haven't been the same since my brother, Jay, passed away in 2009.
Also how hard it has been, being seperated from the rest of my family and living around drugs, violence and crime, from such a young age.

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

That would really come down to the circumstances around it, I can't Just Leave the team, All I wanna do is give the fans music they love & Make my mum proud whilst doing it, leaving a legacy behind not only me but most importantly, My brother, Jay.

Any last words?

Yeah Of Course Cuz,
Shoutouts To The "O9ER Crew"
"EG*ERA" Nixtef, Krez, Mason Cirillo, Lukey Piff, Ryhno,
Raaz, Turok, Ventry And Anyone Else Holdin' It down in GIPPSLAND, Victoria.

& All My Day Ones On The block, You know who it be.

Where can we contact you?

CHEF: Http://www.soundcloud.com/chefegera

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

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I have all these thoughts in my mind and music helps me to unwind!

Featured artist: Nate Jeezy - I have all these thoughts in my mind and music helps me to unwind!


Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Nate Jeezy.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Nate Jeezy: It was my dream since I was eight years old!

Hard work pays I promise!

- Nate Jeezy


What about concerts? Do you play live?

When I can get a gig somewhere I play live.

Best punchline you ever wrote?


I have been through hell. So the devil knows me well. If rapper wants beef go to taco bell!
- Nate Jeezy

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

I am currently working on an album called Progressions. Plus I just released an album called Gratitude.

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

Yes I would because I need to get out there. I have high hopes and can be an inspiration for anyone not to give up! I can also make enough money to keep doing what I love and possibly work with other upcoming artists! I do not see any cons!

Any last words?

Shoutouts to Eminem for being the greatest to ever touch the mic in my opinion. Shoutout to my sister M-weezy, my Mom and Dad and everyone that believed in me from the start. Also shoutout to my whole family the ones with us and the ones in heaven up above! Oh yeah and as I promised shout out to Malverne High School Nassau Community College and my hometown Lynbrook, NY for also giving me the courage to never give up on my dreams until they are visions.

Where can we contact you?

Nate Jeezy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ilc5QA16X6Y

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

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