Check Out ‪@HARLEMFRESH125 ‬x ‪@madd_slander & ‪@rmdest ‬‬#FreshSlander Radio Interview O.C ( D.I.T.C ) #W2TM

This is a dope Hip Hop internet radio show for fans that love battle rap & discussing old school hip hop & dope artists on the come up who actually rap. These guys have done interviews so far with many people such as 38 Spesh,Crooked I, Danny Myers, Smiff & Wessun & many more. Check it out exclusively on “Fresh Slander” On BlogTalkRadio.

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Interview | BRO ( Battle Rap Opinions ) Interviews @HarlemFresh_125 Regarding Party Arty’s Epic Battle With Murda Mook #W2TM

A close friend of the late Party Arty Nicks White sits down with J Legend & Battle Rap Opinions to discuss this epic battle along with with memories growing up with P80.

ThisIs50 | @jackthriller Interviews @ItzDubb Speaks About His Start Of Rapping & Av8ers Movement #W2TM via @W2TM_Blog_Posts

Jack Thriller sits down with Dubb and talk about his start in rapping the Av8ers movement & more. Dubb is an up & coming West Coast rapper that has been putting out a lot of dope material recently if you aren’t familiar with him get familiar.

Here is some music by him below

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News | CNN’s Bill Weir Presents Brothers Keeper (The clipse) Interview #W2TM via @W2TM_Blog_Posts

This is a really good interview here I enjoyed this piece by Bill Weir as he sits down with the Thornton brothers better known as Pusha T & No Malice. This pretty much confirms what most smart fans already knew that there won’t be another clipse album Malice is focused on changing his life and I applaud him for that. This is worth checking out for EVERYBODY.

Interview: Michael K Williams Talk’s About Being Discovered By 2pac With DJ Skee #W2TM Via @TeamMoet

This is a pretty good interview done by DJ Skee on Actor Michael K Williams who many people know as Omar from the wire. He discusses getting into character when it comes to acting & being discovered by the legendary Tupac Shakur.

Interview: The Lox On Hot97 Talking Trinity EP & Who Is To Blame In #NYC #HipHop via @TeamMoet #W2TM

The Lox sit down with Ciphasounds & Ebro to talk Trinity EP & the current state of NY hip hop this is a must see interview for true hip hop fans.

#Blog: #FromDaBottom2Stardom 2/10 @CoreyBux (Ingelwood,Ca) By @NamesR4Friends #W2TM

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1. How long have you been making music? 
Since the 5th grade i would say, I’m 19 now so about 8years.
2. How many songs would you say you have recorded in ya career thus far?
Over 300 but ALOT aren’t released yet.
3. Since you have a mixtape series called “Fuk A Hook” How much of your music would you say is written & freestyle ?
I would say half is written and half is freestyle. I used to listen to beats All-day and record myself while I freestyle so I can use what I had said off the top of the head, but now I’m starting to write way more so I can make official tracks and have everything sounding perfect.
4. What are you currently working on as we speak?
I’m working on a project called “INGLEWOOD” dropping next year. I don’t have a release date at the moment.
5. What do you do to keep your buzz up so you can stay relevant?
I try to keep in touch with all my fans, I have to promote everyday and socialize A LOT to stay relevant.
6. How would you describe the Cali Rap scene right now?
I say it’s pretty good, but I still feel like something’s missing & that is me. It’s not really an artist my age working as hard as me with this much talent.
7. Is rapping the only thing you are currently working towards or do you have other joint ventures?
I have A LOT of other things I want to do besides rap. I’m working on a clothing line. I wanna own my own business and invest in a lot of other things.
8. How big would you describe your fan base to be at this point? The reason I ask is because I see your you tube views are pretty good so people are listening.
I feel like it’s good to be my age i am now, But I also feel I deserve to get way more plays. Everything I drop should reach 1mill views + but I know ill get there soon.
9. What makes you different from other artists trying to get on?
The grind, The things I’ve done & hard work I put in. I invest in myself every dollar I get.
10. What’s one thing you think the people should know about you?
  I think they should know when they see me not dropping any tracks or videos just know I’m working hard on something big. I’m never sitting around I’m always plotting and trying to be better than i was the day before.

Blog: Interview + 2 NEW SONGS With @Chev_Robinson 1/10 By @NamesR4Friends #FromDaBottom2Stardom #W2TM

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What’s the next move for you that you working on right now?
 
Right now I’m currently working on a Ep and an Album. The Ep will be some free music just to drop to get people ready for the Album!
 

 

 For those that don’t know you us to rap under the name the infamous swagg what inspired the change?

 
 
I went through an identity crisis once my brother passed away, I wasn’t sure if I wanted to keep my name or change my name to infamous dysh for my brother or even use an old nickname of my fathers. after a while I realized I was gonna be more honest and genuine with my music and give people me..the real me. so I decided to do the same with my name.
 
 
How do you get in the zone before you record because a lot of your music is deep?
 
I don’t really have a process or anything to get in the zone. writing, recording, shooting videos. everything feels so natural to me now at this point I’m always in my zone when it comes to music. it really has become 2nd nature to me.
 
What project will the October 22 track be featured on?
 
 
My Ep dropping soon!
 
Who is an artist that you would say inspired your music? 
 
2pac. his message and ideas are something that still live on and exist. i want my legacy to continue similar after im gone.
 
Any artists you looking forward to working with on your next project?
 
honestly im so content with my circle. I don’t feel the need  to include too many features on my next project. No cockiness but im very confident with everybody apart of Black Military
 
What’s the movement behind ya music these days I know you Dysh Life but I know you rep glock city & Black military?
 
DyshLife will always be the legacy i carry for my brother. Glock City is at heart and will always be my family before anything but now i rep B3M (Black Military Music Mafia) Proud to say I feel as if im running with the strongest musical team in the Lehigh valley.
 
 
When you did the control freestyle did you think you was going to get over 25000 views so quickly?
 
HELL NAH! I seriously wrote it knowing it was gonna cause some buzz and make some people feel some kinda way but I didn’t even have my mind-set on trying to reach that many views that fast. blessed it happened though because im glad the message reached more people than I intended.
 
Why should we support your music?
 
I don’t feel like I should say im a real nigga but my music is real and anyone who listens and can connect will vouch for me after they hear a song. I don’t do it for material gain I truly make music to touch the souls of people in struggle.
 
How do you keep your self hungry musically to focus on the bigger picture? 
 
Put God first and keep the love of music my main priority before I put a dollar sign in front of it and begin to make songs with less meaning and purpose only to make money.
 
 
Check Chevy music on Datpiff Under The Infamous Swagg & Chevy Robinson also check his videos on YouTube below is 2 new songs as well as 2 classic videos.
 
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Comedian Patrice O’Neal’s Final Interview

I’m sure most of you are aware we lost another good entertainer this past week. On November 29th Patrice O’neal passed away he was very talented comedian if you never had the chance to see “The Elephant In The Room” stand up go on Netflix and check that out. He recently made an appearance on the Roast of Charlie Sheen. This is his final interview here with Jack Thriller enjoy & Rip to Patrice

W.2.M.Z Interview’s Harlem Producer V.Don Soundz

 

1.) How long have you been producing?

 V DonI’ve been producing for about 5 yrs now.

2.) What makes your sound stand out compared to others?

V Don: My sound differs from others because it’s a mixture between a late 90s feel and something new .

3.) I know your track record speaks for itself but who would you like to work with that you haven’t had the opportunity too yet?

 V Don: I would like to work with Kendrick Lamar , im really feeling his music . I spoke with Asap Rocky about doing some work with him. I would also say definitely Rick Ross , Meek Mill & Common.

4.) What inspired the “Large On The Streets Big L beat ?

 V Don: I made that beat a while ago , like the top of 09 . I came across a lil sample an added a dope drum break to it . At the time I was making beats with signature hooks on them
then I chopped up  Big L vocals on the beat it went perfect.

5.) What was your breakout song?

 V Don: It definitely had to be Vado Large On The Streets.

6.) Who is your top 5 producers of all time?

 V.Don: I would have to go with Kanye , Alchemist , Hi tek , DJ Premier &  Just Blaze.

7.) How can people reach you for beats?

 V Don: You can hit me up on twitter.com/vdonsoundz or Soundzserious@gmail.com

8.)  What do you use to make your beats?

 V Don: FL Studio , Pro Tools , MPK

9.)  What do you think the best album of 2011 is thus far?

V Don:   I would say Jay-Z & Kanye West Watch the throne or Kendrick Lamar Section 80

10.) Is there any projects you got on the way the people should know about?

 V Don: Yes definitely I just placed a track on 50 Cent upcoming album , I just did a track with Lloyd Banks on “The Cold Corner 2” . I have my own artists SteadyFam im working with from Richmond Va  . im also working on a ep with a new artist Bodega Bamz called Sidewalk Exec .  In the future expect to hear me working with Trae Tha Truth , Willie Da Kid , Smoke Dza & Asap Rocky

11.) What are your thoughts on rap music as a whole right now?

V Don:  I think rap music is in a changing stage right now , there’s a lot of dope new artist and a lot of garbage out too overall.

12.) Why should artists come to you for beats?
 V Don: Artist’s should come to me for HEAT because my music definitely brings the best in you..