Burudi Starts Sign The Free Meek Mill Petition | @burudi1 #FreeMeekMill

 

 

 

Burudi Starts Sign The Free Meek Mill Petition

Burudi Starts Sign The Free Meek Mill Petition

Burudi Starts Sign The Free Meek Mill Petition

So as we all know, Rapper Meek Mill was locked up on Friday for probation violation. He was sentenced to 3 to 6 months in the country jail. This sucks because his album comes out on September 9th, 2014. It seems as if every time a young black man is on his grind, doing something good. The law wants to bring them back down. A good brother, who is a rapper that goes by the name Burudi started this petition to get Meek Mill home.  Lets get this brother home asap for he can keep on helping the kids in the community. Click the link below to sign the  Petition right now.

http://freemeekmill.xyz

Rapper RayBop Drops Video For Soul Food | @TayaSimmons

Rapper RayBop Drops Video For Soul Food

Rapper RayBop Drops Video For Soul Food

Rapper RayBop Drops Video For Soul Food

A lyrical preacher, confessional and our version of the Last Supper all make the amazingly creative visual for Soul Food a winner! Watch artist RayBop bring his track to life with an intrinsic sound that lifts the congregation off its feet and into an eccentric world never seen before directed by Taya Simmons. It’s a #getshotbyagirl classic!

Lunch Tha General Speaks On New Project With Rap Mania | @lunchthageneral

Lunch Tha General Speaks On New Project With Rap Mania

Lunch Tha General Speaks On New Project With Rap Mania

Lunch Tha General Speaks On New Project With Rap Mania

1. Lunch Tha General you just release a video for that King Blood record. What is the concept behind that video?

The concept behind the video is giving you visual of my mentality when I wrote the song , I want to show  different african kings, showing how I feel about myself , and what blood line I possibility came from.

2. Lunch Tha General, what are the pro’s and con’s creating a record like King Blood?

The pros are its different and its catching alot people attention, the cons are its different (lol) and more than likely not going to play it on the radio lol.

3. Lunch Tha General, what project is the single “King Blood” off of and what is the concept behind that entire project?

It’s off of “Whats for Lunch” pt 2 , it’s about my life and what i been going through the last 2 1/2  which was kidney failure, and how i was going to bounce back from that.

4. Lunch Tha General, what do you feel this new project will bring different to the marketplace?

I believe it’s different because it’s about my life and things I’ve been through you haven’t heard in the rap world having lupus, which ended up to kidney failure, to getting a kidney transplant , to the transplant kidney failing , now here getting another transplant shit is crazy.

5. Lunch Tha General, you Mix Tape “What’s For Lunch”?, Part 2 is hosted by radio personality Chris Loos. How did that come about and how was it working with him?

He was working at radio station in the IE, and we met up cause I was the man around the IE , so we linked up and been Homies ever since.

6. Lunch Tha General, do you plan on touring to promote “What’s For Lunch”?, Part 2 and how important is it for you to tour, once you release a project?

Yes I plan on it, well touring help you reach other markets and people that you might not had touched before, and you can gain new fans, based off them liking your performance.

7. Lunch Tha General, where do you see yourself in 3 years?

 Having a Great Record label “HOMELESS RECORDS”.

8. What do you love about making music?

The feeling I get when I make the music makes me feel good, and when someone else hears it and feel the same way makes me feel even better.

 

Rappers GDot & Born Talks Music With Kareem Williams | @gdotborn

Rappers GDot & Born Talks Music With Kareem Williams

Rappers GDot & Born Talks Music With Kareem Williams

Rappers GDot & Born Talks Music With Kareem Williams

G. Dot & Born are back at it again, Building off the success of their first studio album, reaching #1 on ughh.com, self-titled “Confidence Presents G. Dot & Born featuring Edo G.”  Bringing you authentic boom bap Hip Hop filled with word play and consistent rhyme flows. Solidified by the official album release party at the Middle East in Boston alongside Hip Hop heavy weight 9th Wonder.  Fans can expect upcoming projects with producers from Italy and Switzerland soon. Partnerships established during their well-received European Tour. Look out for new videos “World Gon’ End” and “It’s Real” in the true imagery storytelling fashion that fans have come to love.
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Memphis Rapper Archangel Talks Music With Kareem Williams | @Man1stArtist2nd

Memphis Rapper Archangel Talks Music With Kareem Williams

Memphis Rapper Archangel Talks Music With Kareem Williams

Memphis Rapper Archangel Talks Music With Kareem Williams

Memphis Rapper Archangel Talks Music With Kareem Williams
 
Archangel has designed a lane of his own leaving an example for others to follow. The Memphis native has defied all commandments of traditional Memphis Hip-Hop, creating a sound that is comparable to only what he has created. From exhaultation of Halleujah M.U.S.I.C to maturing into the upper echelon of the indie artist realm, this appreciable emcee has proven himself to be a formidable legend among the southern-bred pioneers such as Eightball & MJG, Scarface, and the incomparable Playa Fly. Like others finding their way through the music culture as delivery men and women, Archangel took his humble start and transcended into greater heights, all while maintaining a sense of humility, with hit’s like ‘It’s the A”, “Hood N*gga”, and “Dreaming”, he has gained a loyal fanbase which surpasses all categorized boundaries. His latest release The Elite EP gives listeners an in depth view into the soul of an artist who has put everything in him into an 8-track project filled with consistent lyricism and powered by faultless production.On the heels of promoting the EP which was released early in 2014, Archangel has held a consistent tour schedule over the mid-south parring with some of the regions most impeccable talent, and he continues to set himself apart all while embracing the other, like-minded emancipators of what has been said to be a genre held captive, all in the name of Hip-Hop.
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Artist Demien Tha Demon Talks Music With Rap Mania | @Demienthademon

Artist Demien Tha Demon Talks Music With Rap Mania

Artist Demien Tha Demon Talks Music With Rap Mania

Artist Demien Tha Demon Talks Music With Rap Mania

Check Out His Music On  http://www.reverbnation.com/damienthedemon

1. Demien Tha Demon you are and artist and a producer. What got you into both crafts?
I started doing  poetry  in my eerily 20’s and  I even wrote few songs… what got  me stared?
I don’t even member because  I was always into arts, playing music, keyboard at early age. 
it came natural for me  . 
2. Demien Tha Demon do you you feel that your music is good and how will your music help others? 
beauty is in eye of  the beholder and art can be ugly or pretty , I  try  to experiment a lot with different music pattern all over the place , I like my music so  its good, if someone  those not  then   its not your cup of tea. if  I get mix review then that’s ok classic albums are rare however I feel very confident in presenting my music to mainstream public. maybe I’m ahead of my time but  happy doing something new and refreshing . 
3. Demien Tha Demon tell us about your latest project and where do you feel it fits in the music marketplace?
 right now I believe I have something unique going on with my  sound, some rappers might want them as rap beats so then I have  hip hop going on.. other then  that I’m influenced both electric music and heavy dreams and base you find in hip hop as well as starching , 808 ticks and train sounds. my music falls in experimental category.
4. Demien Tha Demon what is the concept behind you new project and breakdown the style and feel of the project? 
my project is anything go’s ,  I make instrumentals and  I have fun doing it … I’ll work on  something  when feel inspiration then send my instrumentals out for artist to hear.
5. Demien Tha Demon where do you see yourself in 10 years?
Im sure anymore but hope I’m at Atlantic Records. I like work for big label
6. Give out any shout outs that you want to give?
 
I’m a internet artist proven that  you can make it  in music from  the click of  the mouse . I’m going to  first give shout out to the person got me this interview ,Kareem Williams . also Id  like  to give  a shout out to everyone I networked with online . also  I’m give shout out to  celebrities  and companies … the tupac heliogram,  zoe kravitz because she’s a celebrity child who actually makes good music.   also shout to all record labels I listen to, Atlantic ,Epic, and list go’s on.  a shout out to all my twitter followers . I also have to  give  a shout to tara Thomas agency who got a music placement in realty show coming soon  , they a big helping hand. last I have give shout out to my home state of Michigan .

New Exclusive Interview With Drupy Fli Music | @drupyflimusik @Taytay36

New Exclusive Interview With Drupy Fli Music

New Exclusive Interview With Drupy Fli Music

New Exclusive Interview With Drupy Fli Music

 
My familial nickname was Drupy since birth. I used to do graffiti and breakdance and that was the moniker I used. When I decided to start rapping I just used that as my stage name. I released 3 albums under Drupy. When I decided to start  my own production company and label I added the Fli Musik as way to market and promote my label better; ‘because every time you say my name you say my labels name too!
I’ve me releasing material since 2003, I had a developmental deal wit Def Jam in the early 2000’s, when the started Def Jam South. I turned that down to finish college. I tried out and got selected for Puff Daddy‘s and MTV “Making The Band” series but felt that I was destined to be a solo artist. Around this time I had friends with deals and never got released or got dropped and had to start all over. I decided to take the opportunity even before the music industry fully embraced digital music to sign up with ITunes ad digitally distribute my music. The rest is history. I’ve worked with Kanye West, Manny Fresh, Fred Durst of Limp Bizkit, Chancellor Warhol and currently, I’m working on a record called FM3:Te End of Dayz with Hall of Fame band Lynyrd Skynyrd keyboardist, artist and producer Peter Keys
I don’t think there is anything new under the sun. But I bring a new creativity and insight to seeing where music is heading and I’m an artist in a genre full of copycats that’s not afraid to push the envelop and try new sounds, musicality, flows and textures.
 
My style is a mix of that Bad Boy Mase, Biggie and Puff era flash, mixed with the creativity of Kane West and the lyricism of Nas. Also, I have songs that cross over into other formats though grounded in rap and hip-hop. The stuff with Fred Durst and entire FM2: Pop World album showcases my musical diversity ad willingness to take chances musically. 
My new single is called “SoulMate” produced by my in-house producer Replay ad is available to view on DrupyflimusikVEVO and Itunes. It was the first song that we wrote produced and published together and  felt like it represents where DFM is currently, musically. It was inspired by my most recent relationship. The girl I was dating at the time always had doubts about dating a musician and the sacrifices it takes to maintain love in that context. I always tried to reassure her that she was the 1 even in the non-physical sense after nearly  6 years together. She set the bar. I wanted her and other people feeling the way I was feeling to know and have a vehicle to express those thoughts.
I’m working on 4 projects currently. The first is my EP, TIME which will be coming in fall 2014 ad is supported by singles like “Soulmate” and teaser singles like “Red Room/BlueRoom” “Drop Dead Gorgeous’ (remix) w/ Kanye West (recorded in 2004)  and “Hype” ft. Ice Cold Jay(TMCD). I’m executive producing Fli Gang’s own DJ Cevan’s debut project FLI GANG w/ singles “YSL” featuring ST 2 Lettaz and summer anthem “It Go Down” produced by Drake producer Sykes Sense (“Draft Day”). Thirdly, I’m executive producing Tanya Ali’s debut album “Split Decision”. She will be the greatest female rapper of all time and of the best to ever do it, period. I’m also completing the Peter Keys produced album called FM3: The End Of Dayz.
I don’t love anything about the entertainment industry at all. I love meeting other creative people and having an outlet to express my art. I love business too. Being able to take  a idea ad make it tangible I love the idea of that.
New Exclusive Interview With Drupy Fli Music

New Exclusive Interview With Drupy Fli Music