The Inside Publisher J.G.
Editor in Chief
President/Director Operations Michal Williams
Circulation Manager Nikita Harper
Graphic designers Nicholas Butler Ricardo hospedales
Staff Writers Lâ€™Oreal Goggins Antonio Lewinson Michal Williams Kenya Jackson Special Contributions from Shahgraphy Antonio Lewinson
Volume 2 Issue 2 August 2012
The Grey Area Interracial Dating by Ricardo Anthony
Coors Light Search For the Coldest MC....
Freak A.K.A Freak Splash
The Nasty Producer/Artist
The Mixtape Massiah of Ohio not self proclaimed we crowned him...
Connecticut’s own media monster
The Coolest under the Sun
Yung No bail Tell’s us why the west coast ain’t done yet?
EVZ has taken the road less traveled by many of his peers choosing to focus on his ability to transform his thoughts on to CD. He has spent many years perfecting his craft using his own experience and the harsh realities of existence of others a craft he now wants to bestow upon the world. Recording his number one single“MAKE YOU MINE ” “GIVE YOU WHAT U WANT” AND “RESPECT OUR GRIND”, NEVZ verses focus on the reality or our feelings, our experiences through out everyday life. Let him take you back to a time when hip-hop music touched your soul.When the world just flowed through you and suddenly you were within, let him show you that he indeed lives up to his name…NEVZ. It's not often that an artist develops a project that runs through an endless number of emotions and situations in ways that ensures him to touch all genres of music. NEVZ will be coming through your airwaves. Be ready!!!
Hi,my name is Alan
jones(aka Aj)born in New Orleans La.ive been singing since i was 5.Mj is my idol without him i wouldnt be doing this.my first album is almost complete.bringing back sum good old R&B.Get ready, cuz here i come!
evin L. Taylor, a.k.a. SlimChance Tha Rapper was born in Queens , New York in an area known as Jamaica Queens, After being told that he had a slim chance to succeed the rapper used that as motivation to achieve over 40,000 mixtape downloads, major sponsorship, a published book, and a new founded apparel line.
My name is Amber L.
Wineck. I'm the owner & operator of CTM Photography Professional Imaging. My goal is to create great memories, share talent & become published. I'm currently studying at Algonquin College in pursuit of a business degree in Human Resource Management.
umorously opinionated lyricist/vocalist Ms Drama Ganza, the multi talented Music Business consultant, has built quite an impressive resume. You've seen her promoting, dominating stages, cast as Shannon on BET's "Welcome to Dreamland", or in a city near you selling her CDs. Now introducing Boozjee Kool™. Get updates @ www. msdramaganza.com.
In case this is your first time seeing,
hearing, or experiencing Karpay Diem this is a just a brief introduction to our world. Its pretty hard to sum up your entire existance in so little time but fuck it I'll try. We are Karpay Diem. The first and to our knowledge the ONLY Male Female Hip Hop, R&B, and Pop Duo. We both write and executive produce ALL of our own songs. The best part about that is we are actually pretty good at it. We have spent the past 10 years of our musical careers performing at open mics, recording mixtape after mixtape trying to become a part of the machine. Well FUCK THE MACHINE for the next 10 years we are going to tread the path less traveled and put out music for the people. You can listen and decide for yourself if you like us or not. No pressure but do me a solid and at least have A Listen. You may find something that you actually like and i didnt even have to "program" you to . Arent you sick of being programed? contact Yoggi (Yogi) 404 532 8948 or thru email :)
udechick Remy Ca$h is an indie artist, femcee and songwriter. Raised in Paterson, NJ shes traveling city to city making her mark in the rap game. Class Is In Session The Mixtape dropped June 2012 Featuring the singles Paper Planes & Double Dutch Recess. She is available for features, showcases, hostings, etc
Is an up and coming rapper, producer, writer, actor, and model & the epitome of original new age hip hop. Music has content & fresh unique lyricism. Born in San Diego raised in CT he's one of the hottest rising musical entities out of CT. Currently has 40K+ fans registered online through his social networks. Been in several internationally popular editorials. Has several clothing sponsors and high remarks from established professionals in the industry. Starring in Warner Bros film "The Prodigies" (2011).
Sleepy Eyez Carter
He is both expressive and reserved. Hyper and also outraged yet calm and gentle. Although slim and small, his voice opens with a mighty force and fast past delivery demanding the attention of the listener.
By Ricardo Anthony
he Grey Area: Dating and Race – Is it Racism or a Preference. Recently I was engaged in a strong debate with a good friend of mine. He stated that he only prefers to date within his race – Black (using the term “Black” in the general sense). Interestingly enough, I just had another discussion with someone else who stated that he, although Black, don’t like to date Black people and only date White individuals. They both said the same thing: “It’s just my preference.” But is it really? I tend to disagree. In this hypersensitive culture, I find that all too often racism lurks and is the foundation for a lot of belief systems. Simply put, by stating that you would or would not date someone, solely because of that person’s race, to me is not a preference, but racist. We all discriminate – true (I like blue/green over yellow, I rather read than watch a movie, prefer bright colors to dark ones…). But I can honestly say that when it comes
to dating, I have not categorically ruled out an entire ethnic group. A preference to me is to say, “if I had to choose, my racial preference would be dating someone –Black, Asian, White, Hispanic, Native American….. and so on, in that order.” Here, there is a real preference because you have a “greater liking for one alternative over another or others” (the definition of “preference”). The key to
a “preference” is the existence of “alternatives.” When you categorically state that you would never date outside your race or would only date a specific race, you have completely eliminated the other alternatives. By its very definition and by your actions, it is no longer a “preference” but racial discrimination. Don’t believe me, ask the person why they will or won’t date a person of a specific ethnic category and you
will hear the following (or a variation thereof): “blacks are too aggressive, loud, conceited, ghetto, uneducated or not attractive;” “asians are dirty, messy, rude, loud, conservative, not progressive enough, stick to their own-kind, or ignorant;” “whites are messy, smell like their dogs, have bad breathe, self-entitled;” or “hispanics are nasty, will sleep with anyone, rude, uneducated, uncircumcised..” and so on and so on. I won’t even mention Arabs (i.e. terrorists).. All of these so-called justifications are nothing more than racist ideologically wrapped in a more politically correct package. But it is racist nonetheless.
ou seen Ice Cube in the Coors Light Commercials but did you know there was a competition going on that seeked out the most coldest MC’s in the industry? 8 contestants from different cities in The USA got the chance to prove their worth in front of a New York audience.They gave every one a reminder there stip hip-hop’s mecca believe it or not the Movement was not televised on TV it was streamed through the internet on http://searchforthecoldest. com/. Ice Cube Hosted the Event alongside DJ Drama. The Crowd was given a taste of what these 8 challengers had when they warmed up audience 2 rounds of freestyle Cypha. that one contestant Felony Fame The Self proclaimed Boldest of the Bunch held back no punches during His free style session lit a spark to remiind those MC’s that came there for fun its still a competition.
Once the night was complete only one MC Came out on Top Felony Fame Prevailed as the leading vote getter for the Coldest MC Competition.
Coors Light teamed up with Hip Hop's influential people of today Ice Cube, DJ Drama
The mayhem in Anaheim continued Tuesday night, as protesters broke windows of at least half a dozen storefronts and five people were arrested in the second major clash between police and demonstrators since an officer shot an unarmed man dead.
Some threw patio chairs through the windows of a Starbucks, but no one in the restaurant was injured, said Anaheim police spokesman Sergeant Bob Dunn. As Reported By Reuters:
Five people were arrested in the protest and ensuing melee, and one person was injured and taken to hospital, Dunn said. Dozens of officers wielding night sticks faced off against According to Reuters, Tom Tait, the demonstrators, who at one point mayor of the southern California threw water bottles and rocks toward city, called on Monday for a state the line. and federal review of the shootSince then the streets of Anaheim ing of the man. has been filled with tension. Two Over 600 demonstrators gathered officers had tried to approach three at City Hall on Tuesday, demand- men in an alley, who fled, Dunn said ing justice in the shooting death earlier this week. The officers followed on foot and one caught up to of Manuel Diaz. one suspect, police said. STORY: Bean Bag Bullets & Tear Gas! Anaheim Riot Breaks Out After Police Kill Local Man
The officer shot the man, who police said they later identified as Manuel Diaz, a known gang member. Diaz was not found to have been carrying a gun, police said. On Saturday, police fired pepper pellets at angry residents near the scene of the shooting. Diaz was the fifth person to die in an officer-involved shooting in Anaheim this year. Read more: http://globalgrind. com/news/manuel-diaz-mayhem-anaheim-demonstratorsclash-cops-over-police-shootingphotos#ixzz21f5Iz0bK
Whatâ€™s Going On? Despite all he advances in the human race some people canâ€™t let go of the past and the meaning of hate and all that it brings. Public apologies should not be issued because a statement of such proportions is a reflection of how they regardless of what race creed the person saying it may be. Whom ever disallowed her from participating in the Olympics i applaud them for it. Representing your Country in an Olympics is a privilege not a right. Not all racial jokes are funny.
JAY-Z Aka Shawn Carter invested a million dollars into the then New Jersey Nets several Years ago as news was released on Global grind the amount of clout he has in the team was released. Really the percentage does not matter because I believe if he wanted to He can own his own franchise if the league expanded to 2 or more teams. But influence and knowledge matters in this Instance along with appreciation.
Locnez, the Midwest DTP Dj, has been a Mixtape Dj for about 6 years and has released over 11 mixtapes with more coming. The streets have responded very well and anticipate for the next cd to drop. Locnez is active with IDJ, TheCoreLive.com, and frequently networks with other Dj’s. He is acclaimed for breaking indie artists such as Asher Roth, Dolla, Jon Young, J.Cash, Pappa Duck, Gille Da Kid, Playafly, Sanquin, Big Omeezy, RedDott and more. Dj Locnez received the DJ spotlight of the year in 2008 in the OCMC Magazine out of Orlando,FL, Hype Magazine, On Wax Magazine also on B.R.E.A.D. Magazine, and nominated as Best New Dj at the 2011 Ohio Hip Hop Awards. He is a Dj that will take the time to believe in you without even hearing your music, because he is a
has true faith in people and dreams.
Discography: Wright Investments, We Are Ohio Stay Focused Vol. 1, We
Are Ohio Stay Focused Vol.2, United Streets of America, The Struggle Speaks For Itself, State To State, Through The Looking Glass Part 1, Presidential Decisions, Music Monsters and Movies, Indiana Respect Our Hustle, I Had Enough, Hard Work, A Mixed Up World, Xcursion‘Done Deal’ hosted by Dj Locnez Affiliations: The Midwest DTP DJ, IDJ, Hundid Rack’s affiliated DJ, President of Locnez Promotions Contact: email@example.com 937-569-2030 H-M Management: firstname.lastname@example.org IAMU Urban: Who are you? DJ Locnez:My name is Brad Netzley better known as the Legendary Dj Locnez. I was nominated in the "Best New Dj" catogorey at the 2011 Ohio Hip Hop Award's. I also am in the International Dj coalition, I am a Hundid Rack affiliated Dj, The Midwest rep for Just Gifted Clothing line, last but not least I am the chief promotional director for Dave Chap-
pelle's Return To Comedy. IAMU Urban: What is your city like musically? DJ Locnez: Dayton, Ohio is filled with talented and gifted indidvidual's. The talent music wise ranges from hip-hop to jazz, forward onto rock, back to Rhytem and Blues and all kind's of Rap style's. If, I was an A and R from a majior record label, Dayton Ohio would be a definate stop. IAMU Urban:When did you fall in love with Hip-Hop Culture? DJ Locnez: I first fell in love with hip-hop when I was in the sixth grade. You can go threw and visit my elementary school, and see my graduating class picture. In the picture you can clearly see the tallest white kid wearing a MC Hammer U Can't Touch This Black tshirt, that's when the love for hip-hop culture grew passionately withen my heart as well as my soul. IAMU Urban: Who were some of your Biggest Insperations growing up? DJ Locnez: Number Uno,God faith is the code I live and stand by. Second y blessed Mother, she would sacrifice anything and everything she had just to put a smile on her children's faces. Last, but never forgotten my insperation's were and still are Bj
Testerman, he taught me how to rap rest in heaven I'll see you when I get there. Talon Kieser, that man taught me how to tell a story while painting a clear picture when I rapped, please save a seat in heaven for me. Curtis Ramsey, now that man taught me how to be myself, and keep my faith. Words can never express how grateful I am to all these wonderful indidvidual's, thank you so much. IAMU Urban: Do you think Hip-Hop is dead because of the new Rap Culture? DJ Locnez: Hip-Hop mainstream maybe dead to some, and to other's it's not. The way I view it is it's like this close your eyes, can you take a picture, in your mind you can but physically you can't. So one saying hip-hop is dead is a clear picture without it's moment in time. Time captured with en a moment bleed's the heart of my true love hip-hop forever lives. IAMU Urban: How do you feel about the new artist's coming up in the game? DJ Locnez: I defenitly will tip my hat off to a chosen few. Let's go through these chosen few. It start's off with Yelawolf, which has a powerful energetic deep delivery. Big Krit, which carries an inspirational, spiritual, energetic, soulful way of delivery. Next, Freddie Gibbs hold's onto a deep, soothing, energetic, leadership way of bringing his delivery into a whole package. IAMU Urban: How does an artist get on one of your mixtape's? There is what we here at Locnez Promotions like to call a prescreening of each artist. We look forward to the passion that one has for this music. Three step process inside the prescreening, first we listen, than we research, last we discuss and decide on rather or not to take this person on as a client. IAMU Urban: As a dj, do you think the mixtape marketing game is over sauterated? If so why? DJ Locnez: As a Dj the demand for a mixtape is becoming less and less significant. The importance to an artist is solidified solely by the artist and their fan base. The market for mix tapeâ€™s being over saturated only depends on who you are asking. To me the answer would be not yet,but getting close. IAMU Urban: I know this comes with the territory, but how often are you approached by the Lame MC? DJ Locnez: Surprisingly not very often, but every once in awhile you might occasionally run into individualâ€™s that think they can rhyme,
,Shawn,Sky,Hipp,Josh Day..... all of you are the reason why I chase my dream. Special love and thank's goes out to my second family, my second dad John S, my second mom Christie S, my two sister's I never had Ciera and IAMU Urban: Do you have any Joanna, my second brother shout out's? Tyler S (word) all of you have DJ Locnez: First and foremost is really shown me how to believe God, I really feel that I would not in myself and keep my faith be here if my faith wasn't with in God and everything elese me. Thank you all of you at IAMU will fall into place. To all my Magazine for blessing me with the chance to tell my story. Next, is my hater's as well as my fan's I will keep pushing along as long as team the Dynamyte Duo made up the good Lord up above keep's of Alisha Lange and Keisha of The Heat Spinner's Dj Coalition. Than, pumpin life into my body. I I need to defenitly thank Thrax,and take it one day at a time and that's all we can do. I love you J-Nibb for thier everyday encouragement to stay strong and keep my all God Bless.... Dj Locnez faith. While, I want to personally thank my blessed mother, my best friend threw thick and thin she has helped me stay so strong during all the trial's and tribulation's in life. Thank's go out to my people in my city.. Hub,Jeff,Chelese,Adam,Ernie and they strongly believe that they can, but they can't. I believe there are way to many lame mc's now that somehow slipped threw the crack's of the industry, it's horrible on the ear's, trust me.
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The NRA Ain’t Gonna Punk Me! by Russell Simmons
in 1994, every politician is now afraid of the NRA. President Bush reversed the ban on asGlobal Grind.com sault weapons and President Obama has not touched the subject. We have been left with laws that allow people to own weapons that are more powerful than any regular police he NRA stands for officer has access to and on par National Rifle Association. It with weapons of war. was founded in 1871 with the And not only does it allow mission of creating rifle clubs people to own these weapons, comprised of mostly Civil the NRA has been successful War veterans to improve their at blocking attempts to pass marksmanship. Today it has reasonable legislation that would require background a membership of over four million people with an annual checks at gun-shows (currently budget of over $300 million there are none), as well as dollars, $20 million of which is blocking people on the terror spent on political lobbying. It watch list and those who are no longer just focuses on rifles. mentally unstable from obtainThey say that the NRA is the ing guns and putting an end to the sale of accessories like 100 most powerful lobbying organization in our country. round drums. They are also They say that after President the group behind the “Stand Your Ground” law that George Clinton put a ban on assault weapons in 1994, the NRA was Zimmerman claims protects the reason why many of the him from being convicted of Democrats who voted in favor killing Trayvon Martin. Our of the ban lost their jobs. They nation has been held hostage say because of what happened by 4 million people and $300
million dollars. The safety of our schools, our streets, our homes, our movie theaters, is being controlled by those who cling to their guns, their assault weapons and their weapons of war. They don’t intimidate me, so I will speak my piece, as I am a man of peace. Let me break down two highprofile shootings. The gunman in the Gabrielle Giffords shooting in Arizona used a 9 mm handgun, killing six and injuring fourteen. The shooter had a thirty bullet magazine with one in the chamber and was able to get off 31 shots. It was during a moment when he had to re-load his weapon that 61-year-old Patricia Maisch wrestled him to the ground and stopped the massacre. Contrary, the shooter in the Aurora Theater shooting had a AR-15 semi-automatic assault weapon with a 100 round drum, along with two hand-guns and a rifle. He had bought 6000 rounds of ammo and loaded up on body armor, all of which he bought legally
on the internet. The AR-15 has the capability of shooting 50-60 bullets per minute that would pierce through a steel door. The shooter killed 12 people and injured 58 before his gun jammed. The two police officers who first arrived on the scene would have been out-powered by the shooter, as all they had were handguns and shotguns. Their lives were potentially saved by a jammed weapon. Both incidents were horrific. Both incidents should never have happened. But in the case of Aurora, the shooter was able to injure or kill 50 more people than the shooter in Arizona (and he was shooting in the dark compared to broad daylight). So, it is difficult for me to swallow the argument that if we ban assault weapons, people will just find a way to continue killing at the alarming numbers they do now. We might have saved multiple lives and stopped the injury of dozens of others if the shooter in Colorado didn’t use the weapon of his choice. When anyone dies from senseless violence in this country, I will raise my voice of support for tougher gun laws. In one year, guns murdered 35 in Australia, 39 in England, 60 in Spain, 194 in Germany, 200 in Canada & 9,484 in USA. It is unfathomable to me that the only time this country or the media wants to broach the subject is when there are mass shootings, and most of the victims are white. Well, I hate to break the news to you, but there are mass shootings in Chicago every weekend.
There are mass shootings in New York City every weekend. There are mass shootings in Los Angeles every weekend. EVERY 39 MINUTES, A BLACK CHILD OR TEENAGER IS SHOT IN AMERICA, AND THE MEDIA DOESN’T MENTION IT AND EVERYONE ELSE KEEPS IT MOVING. And we only want to mention the word “gun reform” when white people are killed? My heart is heavy for the victims in Colorado, but I can’t be silent because every politician in Washington and around this country is afraid of the NRA. No other country in the civilized world allows this to happen. Only in the land of the free, where politicians can be legally bribed and our democracy is for sale, do citizens have access to weapons of war. Well, I’m not a politician, so the NRA can’t silence me and they certainly ain’t gonna punk me! The time has come for our nation to face the National Rifle Association and its bullying-tactics. There is no way that our forefathers envisioned twelve innocent people lying dead on the floor of a movie theater when they wrote the Second Amendment. They didn’t even know what an assault weapon was or what urban communities would become. A man walks into a movie theater dressed as “The Joker” from Batman and shoots seventy people, and how do we respond? We ban people from wearing costumes!?!?! How about we address the real problem by banning weapons of war, so we never deny the rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness for another innocent American again. -Russell Simmons
If you want join in fighting the NRA’s control of our country, please visit MayorsAgainstIllegalGuns.org or SecondChanceOnShootFirst.org Read more: http://globalgrind.com/news/ nra-aint-gonna-punkme-russell-simmonsblog#ixzz21ZQlmfW4
old, Innovative, Straight to the Point, is just a few adjectives that describe Da Ladie. Coming from Memphis Tennessee as a familiar but new sound to some, Da Ladie owns up to the title of Queen. Artist, C.E.O of Royal Hustlaz Entertainment, Mother, and Wife are titles she holds with pride. With triumphs over trials in her personal life and career Da Ladie is definitely an artist you want to pay attention to. Refusing to conform to the pressures of the rap industry Da Ladie calls her music “Real Life Music”. She is known for writing songs the streets and your everyday woman can relate to. She says, “I refuse to write music for attention or money. I write what I feel and if it generates attention and revenue I’m all for it.” Receiving her start in high school, taken her poetry she previously wrote and turning them into rhymes she developed a passion that still is alive today. After trying to compose group after group failed, Da Ladie made the decision to become a solo artist. Throughout the years she has received numerous recognitions for her talent. She became the host of a local television show in Memphis called Street Scenes, won the 1st ever Knoc Down Entertainment award for Female Rap Artist of the Year, nominated Mixtape Artist of the Year, and Slept on Female Artist of the year at the Southern Entertainment Awards
two years in a row, nominated Female Artist of the Year at the 1st Tennessee Music Awards, and also won a competition at the awards weekend for best performance with her group Royal Hustlaz. Tragedy struck late 2010 when her mother, her only parent living, became gravely ill. She passed 2011. Da Ladie decided to take a backset to the game and reflect on her life. Putting everything into perspective instead of continuing on the same path she decided to put her success in her own hands. She is now a student at Full Sail University majoring in Music Business. Adding student to her many roles she is also working on her 4th project “Back At It” to be hosted by Dj LW of Quality Street Music. Her long-term goal is to always create music her fans can relate to and live out her dreams as an artist and entrepreneur by her own standards, no one else’s! WWW.REVERBNATION.COM/ DALADIE WWW.TWITTER.COM/DALADIECEO WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/DALADIECEO
rolifik is a TV and radio host that you can catch in Connecticut Monday through Sunday from 5p-12a on WCCTTV "The CW", and from 7p-12a on Kiss 95.7. In addition to being a local radio talent, Clear Channel utilizes Prolifik nationally on the weekends on 30+ radio stations across the country. Some of these stations include Wild 105.7 & 96.7 in Atlanta, Jam'n 94.5 in Boston, Z104.3 in Baltimore, Channel 96.1 in Charlotte, and Wild 107.5 in Portland. Prior to becoming the glue that binds programs on WCCT-TV, you might have seen Prolifik providing traffic reports on sister station WTIC-TV "Fox Connecticut". Recently, Prolifik made his national TV debut on Mark Cuban and Ryan Seacrest's AXS. TV (formerly HDNet). Prolifik's entertainment show The Rundown, seen weekends on WCCT-TV, has had guests such as Selena Gomez, The Fray, B.o.B., Wiz Khalifa, Adam Lambert, Carly Rae Jepsen, Train, and more! Episodes
IAMU Local Hartford
can be seen at YouTube.com/Prolifik203. The channel currently has over 1 million video views. Although TV and radio now consume almost all of Prolifik's time, every so often he revisits his first love...music. Prolifik has had mutiple singles that have seen commercial success, such as "Broke (T-Pain spoof)", "In Love With Cheerleaders", "Drunk Dialing", and "One More Night". Prolifik has released 4 mixtapes, and collaborated with artists such as Grafh, Ying Yang Twins, Royce da 5' 9", Sullee (from VH1's 'White Rapper Show'), Sadat X, and more!
How Old Were You When You First Started? I first started rapping in the 9th grade, but it wasnt like on some serious ish. Only clowning around. Iwas more into the 80's style of hip hop and music in general. I was always an athlete coming up as a kid.I saw music as my career move it was always football. IAMU: Who Were Some Of Your Favorite MC's Coming Up? My favorite artist coming up was The Late Great Tupac Amaru Shakur he was such inpirational person to me. How he carried himself and how intellegent he was,musicaly and with the movie career. He taught me to have knowledge,Deman Respect by givin respect to all who deserve it.Dangr,Dj Quik,Rahkim,EPMD,Method Man,Red Man,Keith Murray,G alive,what is your take on this beuru,XClan,Biggie,NAS,Master ing an artist from coming from the P,OutKast,Wu-Tang,Camp Lo westcoast? I understand what he means, but IAMU: What Would Be The hip-hop is the Sole Essence of Perfect Song With You On It the Rap culture. It was inevitable Consist Of? that it would change after we lost That's a hard question for two of the greatest Artist to ever me because i consider my bless us with a voice. I feel now we self like a Gumbo.I have a are in an era of everybody thinks off brand style. My mom hip-hop is a fad. Substance hidwouldnt let me listen to rap den from Society so that they are in the crib so i would have so blinded by glamour and glitz to sneak out and listen to my equals full control of the governtapes. All i could listen to was ment. We as society have lost Michael Jackson,Prince,Tina touch of reality. Errthang bout Turner,Tony Braxton,Anita money,women,clothes,etc. I'm Baker. So a perfect song with not knocking it,but the creativity me on it...I would have to say,It of muzik has taking a backseat in would have to be a Dj Quik Hip-Hop.If it wasnt for the Essence and Dr. Dre colab beat. of Hip-Hop rappers today wouldn't have a chance to express them Nas says Hip-Hop is dead, selves the way we do today. but rap culture will always be
When can we expect your album to come out? Well i'm working on my second Chapter of "The Chronicles of a Dishwasher".Which is "Lyfe In The Trenchez" Mixtape Chapter II,due to be released on October 31,2012 on Holloween.I already have "Livin' Lyfe" Mixtape Chapter I.I released that one last year on Janurary 8th it was my birthday present to myself. It was the first solo project i did when i got out the Penitentiary. You can go download both on www. soundcloud.com/yung-nobail www. reverbnation.com/yungnobail www. yungnobail.bandcamp.com. IAMU:Do You Have Any Shout Outs? Yes,first and foremost I wanna give full thanks to Allah with out him,guiding me and showing me that i'm a good person and i can turn my lyfe around. When i was in the penitentiary he was all i had left to hold on to and learn from. I wanna give a shout out to my daughters Alexis,Kamarri,and Zaniah Minters. I Love You. My son I'zaiah Minters I Love You. Shout Out to my momma may she rest in peace Renee Faye Rachal Ashlock. Miss you and Love You. My brothers Dre, Darnell, Kenny, and my adopted brother Miguel. We still standing. Uhh Whaat to all my Ninjaz and Ninjettez thank all of you who have showed me love and support. Shout Out to my "Gooniez"Hillz F. Marino, Late-Tip, Petey Sinatra,Stompa and 5ive4oeEach Entertainment,Young Invent and the H.O.L. Gang, Mista Los and Slap Yo Lips Entertainment, Al Key and Bo$$ Boy$ Entertainment,Young Kane & S.I.N.and Money Hungry Enter-
prise, Hot Sauce and Gorilla Hustle Entertainment, Dre "The Driver" McDonald and Elite Transportations & Security Services, Brandon Padilla and SouthWest Videograpy, Big Brad and King Entertainment, Kween Karma,C Rell and the whole Compton Gutter Ent Family, Shout Out to both my Baby Mommas for givin birth to my seedz, Dhani Jasso, Shout Out to my frat brothers G-Psi to my Phi Gamma Psi Brothers & Sisters, Shout Out to my Gamma Alpha and Gamma Psi Brothers & Sisters, Shout Out to my Haterz n Disbelievers who said i wasnt nothing and not capable of accomplishing anything..Sorry to tell ya but I AM A TRUE 100% N othing's I mpossible G etting G aining A ccomplishments
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lbert Aduratomi Olumorin is known as an artist under the name : Culsun (Coolest Under the Sun) born in Lagos, Nigeria, September 3, 1991. currently living in Europe. It all started when he was 16 but growing up he developed his own style, doing things in his own way. He was known for always having the headphones on, no matter what he was doing. His style is hip hop/rap with a lil chilled vibe, linking his lyrics to his lifestyle, to the struggle to get to where he wanna be, believing in himself no matter what people say made him work harder and harder, making him unbreakable. Culsun as a person with an open mind won't stick only to one genre, he likes working with different types of music so his fans will be able to see his style with different influences. Also he is into collaborations, so you will be able to hear songs with various artists. He is looking up to artists like: Kanye West, Eminem, Jay z, 50 Cent, but his biggest influence is a Nigerian rapper called MI(Mr Incredible), that made him start working in the music industry. Culsun's upcoming projects are: "Diamond under the dirt" mixtape on July 20 2012.The mixtape promisses to be a cool one, you can't expect less from the Coolest under the sun. The songs are for eveybody, anyone can relate to them. â€žLet's go" is one of the tracks you'd like to hear in a club and will get you on the dance floor. Also two more albums will come out later this year, one of
them will feature DJ Prince. Besides being an artist he is getting more and more into the production sector taking advantage of his skills : playing the piano and the hand drum. Lend him your ears and you won't regret it, make sure youâ€™ll be on the look out, he's always coming with something new. IAMU: Hello how are you? Culsun: Hey! Fine thank you. How are you? IAMU: Iâ€™m good. Before we start can you tell our readers what does your name mean? Culsun: means Coolest under the Sun. IAMU: What age did you decide to become an entertainer ? Culsun: It all started when I was 16 but growing up I developed my own style, doing things in my own way. Everybody knew me for always having the headphones on, no matter what I was doing. IAMU: Who where some of your favorite entertainers growing up? Culsun: I grew up listening to (Nigerian artist)MI, Tony Tetuila, Eedris Abdulkareem & other artists like 50cent, Jay-z, Biggie IAMU: What was Nigeria like for you as a child? Culsun: Nigeria was cool...no place like Home..grew up with my parents in Lagos, Nigeria. Grew up like all normals kids. IAMU: Where in Europe are you located now? Culsun: Currently I am in Romania, Eastern Europe studying, cuz education is important. IAMU: Before we leave do you have any shout outs? Culsun: DJ Prince (@Reeverbstudios) General Issa http://www.facebook.
com/damagum B.B http://www.facebook.com/pages/ BB/160675257341975 MI IamU mag the fans My promoters Flo (@Flo_Rhythmz) & Gaby (@G_Rhythmz) My brothers Seun and Ife Olumorin Twitter: @culsun Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/ OfficialCulsunPage Soundcloud: http://soundcloud.com/culsun Youtube chanel: http://www.youtube.com/ user/culsun?feature=results_main Culsun Official site: www.Culsun.com
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