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X-Phaze (X_Phaze)






What age where you when you decided to become anartist?

I'd sayaround 13. I danced hip-hop as a young kid and wrote lyrics in a littlenotebook so the love for music was always there. But when high school started,I knew that this was something I wanted to take seriously. 

Name a few of your biggestinfluences in hip hop?

Gonna travel through my mind until Ican't think of any more: Eminem, Tech N9ne, ¡Mayday!, Jurassic 5, Busta Rhymes,Watsky, Jay Z, The Black Eyed Peas, The Roots, Outkast, Eric B & Rakim, andA Tribe Called Quest are the first things that come to mind.

Whatare some of the things you’re working on right now?

I'm currently working on a coupleremixes and an upcoming single. I've taken a month or two off of writing toreally settle myself and relax so I can come back out with an even bigger bangthan the previous time. New music is on its way!

Whatadvice can you give other upcoming artists?

"Quit.If they don't listen to me, then they're heading in the right direction."That's my favorite go-to response spoken by Bernz from ¡Mayday!. Regardless of what anyone says, do what you love. Don't letanyone stand in your way. When our time to leave this Earth comes, you don'twant to look back and wish that you could have done something differently. Beyourself and do you.

How has life changed for you since becoming anartist?

Music-wise,the opportunities have been insane. It's crazy how much exposure you can get byjust posting something online nowadays so I'm definitely taking advantage ofthat. But I'm still the same weird kid who ran from table to table inrestaurants singing his ABCs to diners. Really. 

Have you had the pleasure of performing yet?

For sure. Ihave opened up for Rittz, Rehab, Matisyahu, Moon Taxi, and the Dirty Heads atThe Stone Pony and I have opened for King Los, Cory Gunz, Hi-Rez, Ill Bill, DJEclipse, and Q-Unique at Webster Hall. I also just performed at The Gramercyfor Reality Dance's Fall Jam.

Are there any artists/talent that you’ve workedwith that we should be watching?


I havebarely collaborated with other artists yet in my career but the firstcollaboration I did do was with Bennett Papier & Fiona Bradley on theirsong The Edge which can be seen on my YouTube channel. Bennett is an awesomeproducer and Fiona has some of the best pipes I've ever heard in my life. I'mcurrently working on a collaboration with an artist out of Lacey, Washingtonwho goes by the Jacob. He is one insane spitter so definitely be on the lookoutfor that song.







MAV P (@_IMAV)





What age where you when you decided to become an artist?

I was about 14





Name a few of your biggest influences in hip hop?

nas is the sole reason i became an mc i remember seeing his it aint hard to ell video as a kid as said to me myself thats exactly what i want to do when i grow up.





What are some of the things you’re working on right now?

right now I'm promoting my latest LP release entitled Dreem Katcher out here in los angeles which has 15 joints all produced by myself and I'm pumping out visuals every 2 and a half weeks,my project will include a visual for every track on the lp





What advice can you give other upcoming artists?

stay hungry





How has life changed for you since becoming an artist?

not much has changed I'm still working as hard as ever to get to the top




Have you had the pleasure of performing yet?

I opened for rash of the alcoholics last summer in LA,he's a real good dude he gave me mad advice about the industry



Are there any artists/talent that you’ve worked with that we should be watching?

haven't done any collars as of yet


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DJ RipRidah (@Ripridah)





What age where you when you decided to become an artist?

-2000-Started Promoting with Hardlife Entertainment
-2004-Started Dy-verse Productions- Independent Record Label
-2010-Beging rapping in spanish






Name a few of your biggest influences in hip hop?

-Independent record labels like Mo Thugs, Psycopathic Records, Strange Music
Artists like Bone Thugs,2pac, Outlaws, Insane Clown Posse







What are some of the things you’re working on right now?

Dy-verse Productions putting together 3 new releases
Same Shirt Different Day
K-rek Toxic Files
A Dyverse Compilation
Along with new visuals, animation and More episodes of DY-TV
Also Digital Releases available http://www.dyverseproductions.bandcamp.com






What advice can you give other upcoming artists?

-Find a way to combine old school promotion tactics with new school multimedia
How has life changed for you since becoming an artist?
-Everybody is a potential customer or fan, always promoting out record label Dy-verse Productions, so everywhere I go I see the opportunity to expand our music.





Have you had the pleasure of performing yet?

-Yeah I have been able to perform all around Cali and even did a set in Reno, it’s been fun 




Are there any artists/talent that you’ve worked with that we should be watching?  

Dy-verse Productions, GripTight Productions, Dysfunctional Music Group, Bad Seed Records, TTMF, CMC, San Mateo 650 talent


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DIVA (@KeldaMuzik)




What age where you when you decided to become an artist?


 I was about 16 years old when I made that decision but didn’t take it seriously until I was about 19. I started out doing a lot of modeling and acting, reading scripts and auditioning for commercials. It was definitely practice to get my stage presence on point.



Name a few of your biggest influences in hip hop?

I love Eminem, Left Eye, DaBrat, Luniz, E-40



What are some of the things you’re working on right now?

Right now I’m working on two music videos for two of my latest singles, “Queen For A Night” and “That’s Why”. Also working on going on another international tour.



What advice can you give other upcoming artists?

Always stay positive, rely on nobody but yourself. If you depend on others to make things happen for you, then you will certainly fail. Whether your signed to a major label or your an indie artist, have control over what you do. 



How has life changed for you since becoming an artist?

Its definitely changed for the better, so much traveling, scheduling, meeting new faces and taking on new projects.  I love collaborating with artists, making music is like making a baby, lol sounds funny but its true..the outcome is just to beautiful of what two people can do together on the mic in the studio.



Have you had the pleasure of performing yet?

 I’ve toured in Tokyo with R&B singer Lloyd, so that was already a life changing experience that I will never get. The fans in Tokyo are crazy, I love them and they love me too. I also did a few tours throughout the Caribbean with Jah Cure, Kirk Brown and Fucha Kid. Tapping into the islands is another good market because there are so many talented artists out there and the fans rave about American music all time.



Are there any artists/talent that you’ve worked with that we should be watching?

None right just concentrated on my art and music. I’ve collaborated with a few established artists such as Numskull from the Luniz and Jah Cure from Jamaica. 


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SIC ILL (@SIC_ILL_MUSIC)

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  What age where you when you decided to become an artist?


I became an full-time musician on my 16th birthday, the same day I could legally drop out of high school and get my GED. 






Name a few of your biggest influences in hip hop?


Nas, Eminem, 2pac and Jay-Z.






What are some of the things you're working on right now?


I got a new mixtape I'm trying to release on industry beats, Streetdemic 5. I also recently got back in connection with Victor Herman in hopes of a Vicdemic 5. Another side-project in the works is with fellow washington state rapper Mae Dali on Maedemic 2.







What advice can you give other upcoming artists?


Advice I can give to uprising emcees/artists are to make sure to they know as much as possible about music business before they rush in, be consistent and believe in yourself.







How has life changed for you since becoming an artist?


Since becoming an artist I've done things that I thought I never would able to do like perform before tons of people and meet famous people...other than that I still work like a normal person and live a normal life.








Have you had the pleasure of performing yet?


I do perform live. I think it is a great way to test out new songs and meet new people for networking.







Are there any artists/talents that you've worked with that we should be watching?


I had the opportunity to work with Brian Angel of P. Diddy's Bad Boy Records R&B group Day26 as his photographer a few times around the united states, even though he does not have MTV exposure anymore, he's still pushing out new material.






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*****NEW MUSIC***** Chox-Mak Ft. DJ YRS Jerzy And Jus Daze - Yourself





The duo Chox-Mak and DJ YRS Jerzy show everyone that they are not playing games and they are very serious about their craft. This time they connect with Jus Daze a rising recording artist out of Queens, New York. This new track titled "Yourself" is a track that gives you a visual through the lyrics giving you real life struggles that these artists are going through. Many people will relate to this track on a personal level if you ever had any tough times in life that you ever had to go through. The Production was brought to you by DR.G out of the UK.  


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****NEW MUSIC**** PW (@PW_Artist)









British Rapper PW teams up with R&B crooner Abel Miller to deliver a smooth Hip Hop-2 Step-House & Garage fused record, produced by ‘The Writers Block’ producers of his last record ‘Here With You’. ‘Beautiful’ further demonstrates PW carving out his own lane and his own soundscape.  This song sees the two future young stars encouraging self confidence and self esteem to the young ladies of today’s generation, primarily. Letting them know Beauty is more than skin deep. The production is fresh compliments PW's flow as does Abel Miller's vocals making this really easy on the hear at the same time as delivering an important message!



Having recently performed earlier this month in the legendary S.O.B’s in New York City (to a great response) supporting Michael Jackson’s nephew Austin Brown, PW has a strong work ethic and ambition to have his music and talent seen and heard globally without restriction.



To see him live this year you can catch him at Islington O2 on December 8th  



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****NEW MUSIC**** Chox-Mak Ft. DJ YRS Jerzy - No Plan B

 



Chox-Mak Ft. DJ YRS Jerzy - No Plan B


Chox-Mak and DJ YRS Jerzy are back on the grind yet again with another single for their fans called "No Plan B". They have teamed up with S Dot Tizzle who brought the production on the track. "No Plan B" is a saying that Chox-Mak uses to tell people his music is all that he has and he is going to do whatever it takes to make it in the music industry. Chox-Mak and DJ YRS Jerzy are both passionate about their crafts they only put out their best work and they would not have it any other way. In December Chox-Mak and DJ YRS Jerzy will be starting "Mak Attack Mondays" which means that every monday in December they will be releasing a track. They have a very anticipated mixtape in the works called "Cross Colours And Starter Jackets" which is scheduled to drop in 2014. Without a doubt you will definitely be seeing and hearing alot more of Chox-Mak and DJ YRS Jerzy in the near future.


J swade (@TheRealJswade)





What age where you when you decided to become an artist?

13, as a seventh grader. My mother worked and went to schoolfull time so I was with my grandparents a lot. In the afternoons I watched RapCity back when Joe Clair was the host. Videos like “Runnin” by Pharcydeand  “Luchini” by Camp Lo were pivotal inshaping me into an emcee.





Name a few of your biggest influences in hip hop?

Production wise:  DJPremier, Jus Blaze, Timbaland, Dr. Dre, and LiL Jon. I think my productionstyle combines the sampling of a Jus Blaze with the looping of a Premier;Timbaland-esque sound building, Dre-like live instrumentation and a LiL John808 bassline for good measure. Artist wise Jay Z, Cassiy, Talib Kweli, Q-tipand Eminem. I think my rap style is a combination of the intellect andvocabulary of a Talib with the syntax and wordplay of an Eminem, all at thesame time coming with Cassidy worthy punchlines all wrapped in a smooth q tipdelivery and Jay Z street relatability. That’s a breakdown of Swade. 






What are some of the things you’re working on right now?

A first project. From Complete Silence called FCS.  Its called that because I make the beats,write the raps sing the hooks and even do some mixing, so essentiallyeverything comes from nothing. I want my fans to appreciate and respect that asa uniqueness to their music experience. Also I have “How U Feel” out as asingle.






What advice can you give other upcoming artists?

Never Quit. Find a fanbase of people that like your musicfor a specific and unique reason. Find your region or area that you feel likeyou represent and can comfortably call home. Produce a product and don’t settlefor low quality recordings of random songs. Dedicate yourself to a project thatrepresents you and your sound along with your area and a drop date for it. Thatdrop date is truly day one of your career.





How has life changed for you since becoming an artist?

Well I hope to be out of the hood in 18 months so hopefullyit will be changing soon but however since that time 15 or so years ago therehas been a lot more stress but at the same time great experiences and travel .Getting independent traction is hard even with good music.





Have you had the pleasure of performing yet?

Yes I open up for major artists touring in my area. I have nothowever had my own concert yet.





Are there any artists/talent that you’ve worked with that weshould be watching?

 My whole team and anybody I produce for but really just thewhole Indiana region. It’s definitely our turn.









RoRo Benson (@RoRoOfficial)






What age where you when you decided to become an artist?
As funny as it sounds I was born into it. When I could speak I knew I was going to be in music. An artist for sure 
at some point. Because music was always around me and Artists was always what I saw as logical, I always want to be an artist. So I would say 4, when I
could understand how to make proper decisions. As funny as it sounds.


Name a few of your biggest influences in hip hop?
Hmmmm, in hiphop...

A tribe called quest, Missy Elliot because my mom had all her albums, Das Efexx, Raekwon, Nas, De La Soul, 

And  Two today that seriously excite me, would be Kendrick Lamar he excites me  and Drake,



What are some of the things you’re working on right now?
I'm working on a lot of other artists albums, which is quite exciting a lot of pitching of songs and constantly in writing 

sessions which I Love. Also working on a follow up e.p after the moon and the optimist; like an after story of that story. So 

a lot of extra writing. 


What advise can you give other upcoming artists?
I can just work hard, for what you love, don't let nobody tell you cant. If you believe in yourself, then shoot that believe beyond the universe.


How has life changed for you since becoming an artist?
Not as much apart from people knowing you and loving the music coming straight from you, 
looking at you from the perspective of a performer, rather than only a writer that's it.

Have you had the pleasure of performing yet?
Performing the single yes, done a couple of shows in the UK, and probably doing a couple soul performances in LA during Grammy season which I'm excited about.

Are there any artists/talent that you’ve worked with that we should be watching?
A.R.I an amazing singer songwriter for now. I know he will be coming out in the US then the UK end of next year and he's someone im excited about,
hats a random one there for yall.



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Macey Couture (@MaceyCouture)

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What age where you when you decided to become an artist?

I decided to become an artist around age 19, this is when I realized if I freestyled forever I would never accomplish my goal to be a successful artist.





Name a few of your biggest influences in hip hop?

I have alot of influences in Hip Hop, both male and female. ill start with females who originally inspired me being Salt n Pepa, this group of independent women earned respect and dominated a mainly male industry, inspiring me to want to be a female emcee. Queen Latifah is another huge influence and role model, she has dominated the hip hop world, the film industry, and also become a Cover Girl Model, which was very rare for female emcees to do years ago. Male influences would be first and foremost Tupac Shakur for his poetry and passion he had for music. This is one artist that inspired me to turn poetry into hip hop lyrics, I also learned alot about music industry drama from this mans life experiences. Another male hip hop group that highly inspired is UGK, Bun B and Pimp C made a name for themselves in the Underground world that became so huge they got major deals. These are some of my influences and role models in Hip Hop.







What are some of the things you’re working on right now?

As of now Im working on a few singles that will be released to anticipate the release of a new album late next year. A few well known producers are being considered to use for production on these tracks as well. Nov 5th Im in the @Fiatusa  Band Prix competition for a chance to be featured on VH1 as unsigned artist also.







What advise can you give other upcoming artists?

I say if you can afford it stay Independent, do not sign your life away for the opportunity to maybe make it in the Hip Hop world. Get advise from experienced entertainment lawyers before entering into any agreement. I also say collab as much as possible, you never know which song will blow your name up. And last but not least learn as much as you can about the industry as you can, you can never learn enough in this industry.






How has life changed for you since becoming an artist?

Life has changed for the better  since becoming an artist because it helped me have a goal to focus on as well as possibly a lifetime career. I never grew up wanting to be an Emcee, I just always had a niche to entertain. Now I can say I am doing what I love and making it a career. My life also changed socially, seems like everywhere I go somebody knows who I am, it used to be embarassing but now I appreciate that, lets me know Im headed in the right direction.





Have you had the pleasure of performing yet?

Yess I have performed for several small venues locally. The turn out of each show is surprisingly good for such a small underground network in AZ.







Are there any artists/talent that you’ve worked with that we should be watching?



There are alot of talented artists I work with here in Az, starting with Jess marie who now resides in Miami. She is an R&B singer that sings most of my hooks for me, weve been friends for about 9 years now, so we have a great connection writing and recording/performing together. Heres a link to see and hear her for yourself https://www.facebook.com/jess.marie.988?fref=ts&ref=br_tf

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Riiky Ruegar (@RiikyRuegar)





What age where you when you decided to become an artist?

I started out writing songs at 12 started recording at 15 and didn’t get serious until about a year ago.



Name a few of your biggest influences in hip hop?

My ABSOLUTE biggest influence is my boy Kiid B (Rest In Peace) hes the one who started me off with this music then it have to go Mac Dre, Nas, and 50 cent



What are some of the things you’re working on right now?

Right now Im working on my mixtape Ruegar Phobia no release date for that yet, but I got a music video coming so stay tuned for that.



What advise can you give other upcoming artists?

Just practice practice practice because that’s how you perfect your craft and second never lose your dedication or passion because when that’s gone you’re not an artist anymore.



How has life changed for you since becoming an artist?

(laught)  ummm not to much a little more publicity and people hating but  life just goes on whether I’m a rapper or just me I’m the same person.


Have you had the pleasure of performing yet?

Not in front of a big enough crowd but I’m working on that right now it’s all going to come in due time



Are there any artists/talent that you’ve worked with that we should be watching?


yea man of course watch me Riiky Ruegar, my boy Gotti Arco,  the beat man Vic nasty and my video guy Maciel productions rock with us we giving you nothing but the best. 

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DJ YRS JERZY (@IAMDJYRSJERZY)

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 What age where you when you decided to become an DJ?

 I was about 17 when i really started to take my career serious and start making some moves in this industry. I feel like i have a long way to go and i have just started a career that will last for a long time. I know once i break into the industry that people will see my vision. I just have to stay focused and kept pushing.



 Name a few of your biggest influences in hip hop?

 I'm influenced by DJ's Like DJ Drama, Funk Flex etc there are really to many people to name. I feel like one day i can inspire someone to work harder and make something of their lives. I have a lot of ambition that will not let go to waste i have to keep grinding and make these moves, One day i will be something great in the music industry it's just a matter of effort. 



What are some of the things you’re working on right now?

 I'm focused on mainly pushing my artist Chox-Mak and helping to build SKE Records and Hip Hop Vibe. I do a lot of things during the day i am always doing something. There isn't enough hours in my day i am always making things happen. When you love what you do it doesn't even feel like work. Everything isn't fun and games but i know that i will make something big happen in the next couple of months. 



What advise can you give other upcoming DJ's?

 Keep working and use your connections wisely always make sure that you have a plan before you come into the game. There are too many people that have no idea about what they want to do and come in the industry confused. I know what i want to do and i am going to get everyone in tuned with the movement.




 Are there any artists/talent that you’ve worked with that we should be watching?

 Keep looking out for Chox-Mak, Trel Mack and Petter Jones. They all got next and have great work ethics you will be finding out about them sooner than you think.  

 Soundcloud Link: https://soundcloud.com/iamdjyrsjerzy/chox-mak-ft-dj-yrs-jerzy-jax 

  


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Ike's (@ikesonthereal)

While others are conjuring up remixes to Drake's "Pound Cake," the UK's rising star Ikes returns with a freestyle of his own, except using Jay Z's "Picasso Baby" as his blueprint. The international wordsmith stylishly goes bar for bar in the Elmino Da Great directed video, showing skills suitable of keeping up with Shawn Carter himself. Check out Ikes "Picasso Baby" freestyle as premiered by Hip Hop Since 1987.

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J. Thermos (@mesince1988)

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What age were you when you decided to become an artist?

I have been writing and recording music for years. As far as the decision of becoming an artist, I just recently decided to become serious with my craft earlier this year. Everything just seemed to line up for me this year as an artist. My production, delivery, my engineer, and my writing just went to another level. At that moment, I was like I am going to take my chance and see where it takes me.



Name a few of your biggest influences in hip hop?

My influences go so far back. I mean I remember my parents playing "Rapper's Delight" by The Sugarhill Gang. I am definitely influenced by Biggie and Pac. My music catalog is so versatile. Kanye and Jay Z have influenced me greatly. I like artists such as Jadakiss, DMX,Pusha T, Curren$y, Dom Kennedy, the original Cash Money, and many more new artists today. I love music and hip hop as a genre, and many songs and artists have paved a way into my style.



What are some of the things you’re working on right now?

As of right now, I just wrapped up the video for my first single "Photograph The Moments". It is a nice smooth track for the ladies and gents to groove to. I wanted to make a feel good track and bring some of the smooth hip hop back into the scene. I am currently working on my new mixtape "Vantage Point", and I am hoping to be finishing that up heading into 2014. I also just launched my own clothing brand PVR (Perception vs. Reality). I am just trying to stay busy and grind as an artist until it is my time for the limelight.




What advice can you give other upcoming artists?

Never give up or listen to the negativity others disperse onto you. Let that negativity motivate you to accomplish what you want to accomplish. Another thing as an upcoming artist is learning the business. Artists should always read contracts and research before giving your money to a so-called promoter you've never heard of. Promote yourself and put time into your craft. It will not come easy, and it takes dedication and long nights.



How has life changed for you since becoming an artist?

Life has changed dramatically, but life is always changing. I have grown as an artist in many aspects. I have learned from some mistakes that will help me move forward. When you work and see yourself getting better, it creates a feeling like "Yeah, I'm about this life," you know. Music has definitely helped me through the hardhsips in my life.



Have you had the pleasure of performing yet?

I have performed a few gigs but nothing major. Hopefully, 2014 will change all of that. I hope to make a scene for Indiana and become one of those artists that just comes out of nowhere. When I make it, it will not be for a short tenure. I'm hellbent on making it a career.



Are there any artists/talent that you’ve worked with that we should be watching?


I've worked with a few artists such as Travis Bruce, who sings the hook on "Photograph the Moments". I have worked with Ye Ali, Wally West, Deuce Deuce, Theo Akai, and J Swade.  There are many other great artists I have worked with, so if I forgot you no hard feelings.













BUDA (@buda151)

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What age where you when you decided to become an artist?



I Started writing short stories as soon as I learned to Write actually about 7 or 8 and slowly progressed from there to poems (raps) at about 11 or 12 Then Freestyle Rapping about 14 15 So would say Art was born with me I started recording records at 16 With my Cuzzins out in Arkansas been on ever sense






Name a few of your biggest influences in hip hop?



Tupac snoop Dre W C....
It was mainly influenced by my peers from my Hoods I say hoods cause i moved alot Not a Gangbang reference ,
for some reason they always wanted me to Kick a flow





What are some of the things you’re working on right now?



Im working on Getting a few projects out First Will be my Album Art vs Ent been puttin in alot of time and energy towards this I think the people will really appreciate it Second is My Mixedtape Radio killas volume 1 Im finished recording the tracks just a few minor Details so thats coming real soon as well Past that just Workin on me Trying to Grow as a man Learn all I can to put it in my Art







What advise can you give other upcoming artist?



Make Music people wanna Hear!
Stay away from Style biting
Be original Stop Tryng to copy whats hot now
You Should look to change the game and have artist copy you
And never Ever let anybody or anything stop you.





How has life changed for you since becoming an artist?



Ahhh my life as a Rapstar haha Well I basically signed myself promote myself finance myself etc
It will definatly make or brake you
Ive learned alot Ive hustled my ass off for the lil recognition Ive recieved Its showed me its not really what you know but who I still Work to be the best Artist I can be but at the end of the Day my life hasnt really changed much Id like to believe ive made a bigger impact on others lives more then my own.




Have you had the pleasure of performing yet?



Ive Done So many Shows I cant remember them all From hole in a wall bars to clubs even stadiums I always put My all into a show if its 10 People or 1000 Im always in it for the Crowd I love the Screams and applause Its priceless




Are there any artists/talent that you’ve worked with that we should be watching?



Def AD Millz outta Oakland Ca my Guy from way Back Makes Good music for sure My Guys Sincere Banks Oddie Banks outta Lil Rock Ar HOGS! Madison kaine is a microphone killa Resides in hollywood Ca My team of course THUGWORKS ENT Just to name a few..





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