Quietly TATUM Is Becoming The Next Big Thing Out Of VIRGINIA!!!

Featured artist: TATUM - Quietly TATUM Is Becoming The Next Big Thing Out Of VIRGINIA!!!


If your the smartest person in the room is time to change the room you're in… meaning always push yourself to become better and never becoming complacent

- TATUM


Upcoming underground artist TATUM just answered some questions. Checkout the interview below and share if you like it.

Thanks for your time. How did you decide to become an artist?

TATUM: I started rappin when I was in the 2nd grade and ever since then its just been in my blood hip hop is something that's a part of my life and no matter how much I try to stop I can't its my drug its my Addiction. I feel as if I have a story to tell and in my opinion there's no better way to express what I've been through to the world other than song. so I decided to become an artist to showcase the gift that God gave me. and hopefully Through my Music and my words I will be able to motivate somebody do better. Or at least something that’s easy to relate to.

What about concerts? Do you play live?

all the time to play around 50-60 shows the year maybe.. I’ve been told my live show is nuts I love the feelingi very when I’m on that stage I literally feed of the crowd energy I love man.

Best punchline you ever wrote?


Now the trooper is the shooter/ he’s killing our kids so in other words he’s killing our future…”LONG WAY TO GO”
- TATUM

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

Currently 'm working on my first album with a distro deal I have through Island Def Jam coming out this fall called PEN, PAD AND HEADPHONES this album is going to open eyes in my opinion I only use features from local people to showcase their talents as well in the past I have done a mixtape and a Album named ”A Long Time Coming” wick I put out independently.

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

I don't know I have a distro deal but I don't know if i would want a full deal with a major I like being in Control of my sound and image so It have to fit all that criteria before I would decide to sign for major

Shoutouts and credits to the fam?

first and foremost I want to give thanks in order to God what I think my wife always having my back my kids for being blessed I wanna shout out the whole dmv.I want to shut out the whole 804 Petersburg RATED R. Ent. Label 1018, Dvs, Soul logistics radio,The New juice crew, island Def Jam,BGV, the network, the gagger uncut V.A.S.K. 106.5 THE BEAT and everybody who has always supported your Supported your boy TATUM. .

So how can we contact you?

TATUM: Www.reverbnation.com/tatum

Thank's for your answers, keep grindin'.

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Amanda Aselia, the author of this interview, is a long time blogger and entertainment journalist with a strong expertise in the underground hip hop music scene.


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Skitzo of ActRight Records Exclusive Interview

Featured artist: Skitzo - Skitzo of ActRight Records Exclusive Interview


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

How did you decide to become an artist?

Skitzo: I always wanted to be able to express myself and my emotions. At the time I had trouble doing it verbally, so I took to writing. Eventually I started record and the rest is history.

always be yourself. dont try to be something youre not.

- Skitzo


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Its been a while since I have performed live, but I would again if the situation came up.

Best punchline you ever wrote?


Theres too many to choose from. im the punch line king. yall have to listen to my music and chose for yourself.
- Skitzo

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

We just released ’Summer Heat 2’ on Datpiff, and are currently working on ’Presidential’, ’POW’, and ’KPA Back In Business.’

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

No, never. Id rather come up independently. You lose too much if you sign. Youre not getting paid well, you dont own your music the label does, and you have to represent their image. you cant be you and do your own music.

Any last words?

Id like to give a shout out to the whole ActRight Records staff. My brother Rizzi Realz who puts in work with me. My bro Profit from FAA our Cali branch. And all the other artists im affiliated with from across the US that I collab with and work with on a constant basis.

Where can we contact you?

Skitzo: http://www.facebook.com/actrightrecords

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

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This interview was done by Amanda Aselia, a long time blogger and entertainment journalist specialized in the underground hip hop music field.


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RJ-K- IDDA!! WERE'VE YOU BEEN?

Featured artist: RJK - RJ-K- IDDA!! WERE’VE YOU BEEN?


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

How did you decide to become an artist?

RJK: I decided to become an artist because I have always loved music, its a corny expression & many people say it but I felt like everything else in my life was ”the thing” on the side. Even at work I used to be singing & making my own words up to songs on the radio, I worked outside speaking to people for a living & when I told customers / work colleagues about my past as a dj etc at college, & my own skills as a singer/MC I always got praised and re uniting one afternoon with my old MC partner he recorded me freestyling & within a week I had social media requests from artists in my city who had heard me & wanted me to collaborate/gave me good feedback/gave me advice, & from then on I have been writing my mixtape. I have been in bad health since I was 18 and I have had 2 back surgeries so since my 1st surgery didn’t work & waiting for the second and since, music has been my outlet to get my emotions down and turn the negativity into a positive.

The best advice I have been given as an artist is to reply to my closest fans as much as possible and take a ”real” interest in their lives/projects/music to build a loyal fanbase who will stick by my music. The same guy (he was a fan but id now call him a friend) told me also not to criticise myself too much, make a mistake today to get it right tomorrow.

- RJK


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes I do play live and my next performance is the 13th September 2014 at House Bold Street Liverpool. It is Royzy Rothschild’ single launch party & I was asked as a friend to perform among the best talent in my city.

Best punchline you ever wrote?


ill give ya real cos all the others wana hand ya fakeness, if ya sick a lame battles now is time to make make ya statement!
- RJK

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

I am working on a few projects at the moment, in the late spring I featured on top USA Mixtape Host DJ KONVICT 512’s GRINDIN’ ’N’ HUSTLIN’ WORLDWIDE 4 mixtape with the likes of top US rapper & producer Acehood. I released my own debut rap mixtape & I am hosting a mixtape called INNOVATIVE GRIND MUSIC GROUP Presents The British Invasion Hosted by RJK Innovative grind are a rap label in New York & they are also doing a 4 city UK tour next year that I have been asked to promote, host & perform at. I am currently also setting up my own independant label in Liverpool & a project called Radical Music Group’s Outreach Programme which is scouting talent, providing training and then putting on a showcase event for unsigned rappers singers and DJs.

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

Yes I would sign for a major label although I think a few pros and cons are; PRO’s the confidence boost form acceptance of a whole team of people who have taken chances on so many well known artists past and present, the obvious things that most people in life want for themselves and to know I can provide most things material for my family, gaining experience from the team of people at the labels disposal, CONS spending more time away from my family, the media exposure that comes with being an artist from a major label

Any last words?

Shout out to the wifey Heather C for always bein there & understanding when it doesnt go right, Shout to my man RaM for showin me the ropes & gettin me started on me path, Shout to Team Tactix especially Robert Slexic* Thompson for bein the man tellin me to keep pushin the pain and to keep gettin out there because the people wana see me performing so a big shout to him. Shout to Senzel Tenz for bein the go to man for advice & the man for the sick freestyle beats, Shout to R Lou & R Nicki for bein there to support me at my shows and bein the 1st ones to be at the front dancin, Shout to Mitch, Jack, Ben & Sean from the Ronfa & all the fans across the world France USA Germany Czech Republic Israel Nigeria & everywhere else

Where can we contact you?

RJK: http://twitter.com/KieranRJK

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

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This interview was done by Amanda Aselia, a long time blogger and entertainment journalist specialized in the underground hip hop music field.


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Sceltic The Celtic Word Cutter

Featured artist: Sceltic - Sceltic The Celtic Word Cutter


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

How did you decide to become an artist?

Sceltic: I was interested in rap and hip hop for years now. A buddy of mine was featured in a song and it inspired me to start writing/rapping my own songs over a month ago. I just hope I get noticed whether it be my songs or my novels.

I was told to never give up, never cave into the haters, no matter how down I feel; there’s always light at the end of the tunnel.

- Sceltic


What about concerts? Do you play live?

I do not play live nor do I do concerts.

Best punchline you ever wrote?


I got green in my veins, it’ s flowing like trains, I’ll be the biggest pain that you’ll ever gain. I’ll be like the laws of motion; I’ll make my own reaction. For once in your miserable life don’t coerce ours. Perhaps the only sweet treat I’ll get to eat is seeing you next to an empty seat.
- Sceltic

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

I recently released a new single entitled: Fuck Scammers, and you can view it on my youtube/Audiomack/Myspace/Yourlisten/and Google Plus Pages.

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

Yes, I would like to be signed on if I have what it takes. The pros: I’d have a company who trusts me to be the next big thing. I’ll have someone backing me other than my family and fans; an actual group. The cons: I can’t think of any at the moment.

Any last words?

I come from a small town known as Pitcher and it resides in New York of the great U.S.A. I represent all those who feel low, or anti-social or deal with speech problems, like I sound like I do. I have an under bit and it very well interferes with my rapping, but I do not let it tare me down!

Where can we contact you?

Sceltic: http://www.sceltic.webs.com

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

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This interview was done by Amanda Aselia, a long time blogger and entertainment journalist specialized in the underground hip hop music field.


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live in haiti

Featured artist: mr. mobzoe - live in haiti


Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist mr. mobzoe.

How did you decide to become an artist?

mr. mobzoe: back in 1999 i came up on a lump sum of cash & decided to build a studio to help sum of my homies do something positive with their lives. it didnt seem to grip their minds that i was actually helping so they didnt take it seriously. once i noticed everything was going to be a waste of time an money i got a pen and pad and started writing bout my life and everyday living. ever since then i been at it.

your work ethics is genuine & real so keep it up and don’t doubt yourself

- mr. mobzoe


What about concerts? Do you play live?

yes i do play live and ive did a few shows not concerts.

Best punchline you ever wrote?


dont really use punchlines but ” life as a soldier/ nigga never sober/ seen too much killin my people dieing as i got older started to see the picture this shit a cycle things wont get better figure lay low lblow sum indo par
- mr. mobzoe

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

no releases but i have a lot of material just waiting to be heard.

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

i would sign with a major label. labels need to let you be you n stop trying to mold an artist into that follow the trend b.s.

Any last words?

shoutout to my homies in florida all over the USA still down with mr. mobzoe for real no sugar coating. shout to my new team in haiti i roll with right now, woodly, olly p, z-noc beats etc.

Where can we contact you?

mr. mobzoe: strai8drop@gmail.com

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

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This interview was done by Amanda Aselia, a long time blogger and entertainment journalist specialized in the underground hip hop music field.


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Hottest in Michigan

Featured artist: Midwest Mogul’s - Hottest in Michigan


Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Midwest Mogul’s.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Midwest Mogul’s: wanted a different avenue to express myself other than the GANG life

believe in yourself

- Midwest Mogul’s


What about concerts? Do you play live?

yes we have did a few sets at the Shelter in Detroit Mi.

Best punchline you ever wrote?


been round the world once spoke to erybodt twice
- Midwest Mogul’s

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

Rock Solo the album

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

no

Any last words?

Detroit Mi.

Where can we contact you?

Midwest Mogul’s: https://soundcloud.com/pitbull-syndicate/tracks

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

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This interview was done by Amanda Aselia, a long time blogger and entertainment journalist specialized in the underground hip hop music field.


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Meet Da Challenger

Featured artist: Da Challenger - Meet Da Challenger


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

How did you decide to become an artist?

Da Challenger: My dad is a semi famous bass player, and my mom is an artist (painting), so i’ve always had a creative side. I have been a writer since first grade. I use to always write what I was feeling on paper. One day I decided to take it serious and see what happened.

Never change who you are! Stay strong!!

- Da Challenger


What about concerts? Do you play live?

I prefer the live feel of a concert!

Best punchline you ever wrote?


Just call me Irving cause I got a magic Johnson!
- Da Challenger

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

I am currently working on my 3rd mixtape entitled ”Determined”

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

Nah, I’d much rather stay independent. The biggest con is someone telling me what kind of material to come up with!

Any last words?

I would like to shoutout everybody chasing their dream. The whole City Music Records family. Metr0poliz Brand Sound management.

Where can we contact you?

Da Challenger: dachallenger.com

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

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This interview was done by Amanda Aselia, a long time blogger and entertainment journalist specialized in the underground hip hop music field.


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Chevy Man

Featured artist: Chevy Man - Chevy Man


The best advice given to me as an artist was, perfection is the father of learning, go all the way.. go hard or go home…

- Chevy Man


Upcoming underground artist Chevy Man just answered some questions. Checkout the interview below and share if you like it.

Thanks for your time. How did you decide to become an artist?

Chevy Man: Music has always been some thing I loved, my inspiration came from the greats such as Tupac, Biggie, Mac Dre and Lil Wayne. I do this for my family and my niggas. I want all of us to live that good life, no worries, I mean who wouldn’t.. The first time I step in that booth it was like something came over me, like all my problems were gone at that giving moment, it was jus a good feeling, like I felt replenish. From that day forward I knew this is what I wanted to do and this was for me. I just want to make music people can relate too as well as music to party too, just all around good music. Last but not least I just want to make my mom and pops happy.

What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes, I play live and give concerts

Best punchline you ever wrote?


The weed be so strong like a hundred fuckn push-ups
- Chevy Man

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

I am currently working on an EP produced by 9-0 called ”All Black” as well as my group, Money Gritterz mix tape called ”Life Of Money The Takeover”. We released the first installment to the ”Life Of Money” mix tape a year and a half ago called the ”Come Up”.

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

Yes I would sign to a major label. The pros to it is you get a bigger push and promotion. The cons of it is, I mean who wants a middle man.

Shoutouts and credits to the fam?

I want to give a shout out to God first and foremost and my family! Also give a shout to my team, Money Gritterz, shout out to 9-0, Studio Eleven, Midrange studios and all the supporters and fans. U know I got to give a shout to my city man, Kansas City, MO! Shout to everybody doing their thing, keep pushing!

So how can we contact you?

Chevy Man: Https://Twitter.com/moneygritterz1

Thank's for your answers, keep grindin'.

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Amanda Aselia, the author of this interview, is a long time blogger and entertainment journalist with a strong expertise in the underground hip hop music scene.


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Truth is it!

Featured artist: Truth - Truth is it!


You are your own worst critic so in other words to me, let the audience be the judge.

- Truth


Upcoming underground artist Truth just answered some questions. Checkout the interview below and share if you like it.

Thanks for your time. How did you decide to become an artist?

Truth: Ive had so many great ups and low downs i figure i could express my self to the world and of course have a lil fun with it cause I love this shit!

What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes, with my Group Money Gritterz we try to get in at least 2-3 shows a month.

Best punchline you ever wrote?


ya face a fast life full of jack, jack ten too short, like i was 21 on they ass all over again, party hard in the place with the spins, alot of ass.
- Truth

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

Im currently finishing up the All Black ep for Producer 9-0 as well as Money Gritterz Life of Money the Takeover. Last year Money Gritterz released a promo mixtape headed Life of Money the Come up.

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

yes I would and i try not to look at the ups and downs i figure you should succeed on the account of being ambitious.

Shoutouts and credits to the fam?

Well first of all I want to give a S/O to family and the members of my group MONEY GRITTERZ! S/O to my town Kansas City! Big ups and S/O to Producer 9-0, S/O to Midrange Music/ studios. S/O to Gum Clothing gettin real sticky. S/O to Frank Wade, Trillion Dollar Ent. Last but not least S/O to one one of KC’s own Mon E G keep putting on for the City fam.

So how can we contact you?

Truth: https://www.facebook.com/MoneyGritterz

Thank's for your answers, keep grindin'.

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Amanda Aselia, the author of this interview, is a long time blogger and entertainment journalist with a strong expertise in the underground hip hop music scene.


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Trippy kid from Central Jersey looking to make waves in Hip-Hop music scene

Featured artist: Cass Hadley - Trippy kid from Central Jersey looking to make waves in Hip-Hop music scene


Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Cass Hadley.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Cass Hadley: I have had a passion for all forms of art since i had the capability to write. I love to write songs, stories, poems, whatever i can get my mind to wrap around. Then my mom introduced me to Eminem when i was 6 and hip-hop became this addiction and it was kind of taboo because no one else my age listened to hip-hop in my school at the time, especially Eminem, which made me feel like a rebel. But as i grew up it slowly just turned into this thing i just had to do. If i don’t write songs regularly, i feel like i might explode.

Art is indefinite, make your own idea of it and be proud of it.

- Cass Hadley


What about concerts? Do you play live?

No, i have not yet performed live. BUT i am incredibly interested in the subject and am looking to do a few shows ASAP.

Best punchline you ever wrote?


Any undertaking you can call me Brock Lesnar
- Cass Hadley

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

I’m currently working on 3 projects that have yet to be named all of which follow completely different sounds, styles and concepts. In the past 9 months i have released 3 mixtapes on Datpiff ”Beyond Infinity”, ”Foxiavelli”.and my most recent and personal project ”Down 2 Earth”. As well as a plethora of loose tracks on my soundcloud.

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

If the contract was legit and it was a beneficial decision. I feel like there’s a real thin line between when it’s too early and too late to sign with a major label. If you sign before you’ve even got an established identity in the scene then you’re going to end up being pushed around or benched. But if you don’t start seeing opportunities for a deal until you’ve already established a career path and found profitability in yourself then there is no need to sign. Plenty of artists are doing there thing on that independent wave and to be honest it looks like the most stable option if you’re willing to put forth the effort.

Any last words?

Shouts out to any of my friends who sat there and listened to me spout off lyrics for hours on end while i obsessed over every little detail and smoked like a chimney. Shouts out to ANYONE who’s heard my music and/or plans to make that life saving decision. I’m representing my generation. I’m representing kids raised by a confused society with a million bad options in front of them. Too smart for the bullshit, not informed enough to know what to do with it. We have questions and concerns and ideas. I’m here to voice this.

Where can we contact you?

Cass Hadley: https://soundcloud.com/cass-hadley

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

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This interview was done by Amanda Aselia, a long time blogger and entertainment journalist specialized in the underground hip hop music field.


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The Poor 2 Rich Empire

Featured artist: Young Trouble - The Poor 2 Rich Empire


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

How did you decide to become an artist?

Young Trouble: I Wanted To Express Myself

Keep grinding you are very talented and You Deserve To Be Heard

- Young Trouble


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes I’ve Performed at several different venues in 8 different states

Best punchline you ever wrote?


Never Been A Militant But They Salute Me Like I Am My Name Ain’t Drake But I Don’t Want No New Friends
- Young Trouble

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

I am currently working on my upcoming mixtape entitled Celebrity Lifestyle (BeforeDaDeal). I also have a project I’ve released on datpiff.com entitled Mr. Certified (IamHim)

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

I would if the deal was right!

Any last words?

Shout To Chevy Potier, Head1st Bug, JLou, J5, JC, Eric Biddnes, TC, Jab Da Jeweler, Head1st Dre, Head1st O, You You, Hotboy E,

Where can we contact you?

Young Trouble: poor2richentertainment@gmail.com

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

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This interview was done by Amanda Aselia, a long time blogger and entertainment journalist specialized in the underground hip hop music field.


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King Of My Dreams By Sir Louis Green

Featured artist: Sir Louis Green - King Of My Dreams By Sir Louis Green


Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist Sir Louis Green.

How did you decide to become an artist?

Sir Louis Green: It was a series of unforeseen events coming together to build my future. I started out writing poetry in high school to charm the ladies and after my English teacher in college read my work she suggested I turn it into a musical format. Later on that year a classmate had sold me a laptop which had pro tools on it so I took this as a sign and played around with it to learn the software. Couple of friends and I ended up making a song in the basement of my house called ”Free Me”. This, ladies and gentlemen, was the start of my music career.

Be original in everything you do. This gave me the motivation to create my own lane and set my own goals to achieve.

- Sir Louis Green


What about concerts? Do you play live?

Yes I have performed at different open mics, and showcases.

Best punchline you ever wrote?


Wake up to bake up with my Eyes on the prize as I rise grind and shine
- Sir Louis Green

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

My current Album King Of My Dreams is available on Itunes

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

I am independent artist who is a businessman so anything I would sign would be for the purpose of achieving more business for my brand. The best part about having a contract is that you get to see, read and speak to a lawyer about it prior to signing it.

Any last words?

Shoutout to the DMV underground scene. I have learned a lot through my relationships with other artists in the business.

Where can we contact you?

Sir Louis Green: http://www.itsmoneygreen.com

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

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This interview was done by Amanda Aselia, a long time blogger and entertainment journalist specialized in the underground hip hop music field.


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HEAVYWEIGHT ENT

Featured artist: dat boi heavyweight - HEAVYWEIGHT ENT


Below is a short interview with the upcoming underground artist dat boi heavyweight.

How did you decide to become an artist?

dat boi heavyweight: I started my own label to unite fort worth as well as reep my city

if you don’t grind you don’t shine ~mike jones

- dat boi heavyweight


What about concerts? Do you play live?

yes my groups perform all over.

Best punchline you ever wrote?


sleepers get slept on
- dat boi heavyweight

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

associates of arts

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

yes

Any last words?

Fort worth Texas (dfw)

Where can we contact you?

dat boi heavyweight: www.Facebook.com/kowbeskimain

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

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This interview was done by Amanda Aselia, a long time blogger and entertainment journalist specialized in the underground hip hop music field.


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Wuz Hammm?

Featured artist: Jay King - Wuz Hammm?


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

How did you decide to become an artist?

Jay King: Shit
I mean
I like it
I’m growin to love it actually.
I taught myself about schemes n skeletons.
I know how to do underground and main stream rap.
I know 4/4,3/4,2/4 and whatever beat you give a nigga.

Learn.

- Jay King


What about concerts? Do you play live?

No

Best punchline you ever wrote?


Misread let me explain see this hustle unit mane on a mission for sum change Youngins ready to bang
- Jay King

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

Lyrics

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

Yea I would

Any last words?

Nobody

Where can we contact you?

Jay King: LaFlare.LaFlare@ymail.com

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

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This interview was done by Amanda Aselia, a long time blogger and entertainment journalist specialized in the underground hip hop music field.


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Hip Hop's New Rising Star

Featured artist: Tnyce - Hip Hop’s New Rising Star


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

How did you decide to become an artist?

Tnyce: I started out back in high school, friends of mine use to always freestyle, and one day I figured I’d give it a shot. I actually thought to my self ”Man i can really do this”, and from then on I began to write lyrics and the rest is history.

The best advice I’ve received was to be my self, and not let any one tell me what I can’t do.

- Tnyce


What about concerts? Do you play live?

I do perform I’m actually in the process of booking more shows now so check out the music and hit me up nycemusicpr@gmail.com

Best punchline you ever wrote?


niggas postn up like they throwin shots I would pop they bitch but i dont fuck with thots
- Tnyce

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

Right now I have a promotional project that is basically about 5 songs that I am pushing the entire summer , But my latest full project is entitled ”NMGenius” which you can find all over the web. Google me

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

I would as long as the paper work is right. For me the pros would be having a big machine behind you pushing your product and helping you advance to the next level faster but on the other hand I’m seeing alot of deals where lables have their hands in everything from show money to merchandise which is kind of bad in my opinion

Any last words?

Most definitely shouts out to where im from Farmville VA and the entire state. My whole NMG team and any and everybody that I am affiliated with. It’s a lot of dope artist that im currently working with.

Where can we contact you?

Tnyce: www.soundcloud.com/officialtnyce

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

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This interview was done by Amanda Aselia, a long time blogger and entertainment journalist specialized in the underground hip hop music field.


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