Musiq Matisse has been in the music business for well over 25 plus years . He started his career in the late 90s doing independent street promotions in the south for his own company RUFFCUT ENTERTAINMENT promoting independent artist (at the time) from labels such as SUAVE HOUSE, NO LIMIT, RAP-A-LOT, etc . Originally from Brooklyn NY the company started in Columbia SC and operated for three years before relocating to NY.
Musiq has been an internet radio personality ( on downshiftradio.com .1stfamradio.com ) and Managing Editor for TRUE MAGAZINE. He has served as a managerial consultant for NAAM BRIGADE( ELEKTRA /ARTIST DIRECT) & TRACEY LEE ( BYSTORM /UNIVERSAL ) . In 2016 he formed FORWARD MOTION MANAGEMENT LLC an independent company that is comprised of Management ,Media and promotions .
The first release is the mixtape CADILLACS COLLARD GREENS AND CORN BREAD and features MUSIQ returning to the mic with the sounds that inspired him to get behind the microphone …..” I love good music but am inspired by the pioneers from the south and the west coast so that’s where I naturally went to .”
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When I got ready to listen to Musiq Matisse’s new Mixtape Cadillacs, Collard Greens & Cornbread I already knew in advance he was gonna bring that grown folk music to make you think. Not only did he do so but he gave you a constant supply of lyrical talent over dope beats with out mumbling or doing your typical mainstream trend chasing bullshit!
Musiq Matisse paid homage to Rapalot, Suave House, No Limit, Three 6, DJ Quik, Ice-T, and several others on the song Legends. He cleverly put names of so many pioneers and legends into this song paying his respect to their contributions to the game. I respect the hell outta him for this because it is something that many artists don’t do anymore. Rarely do artists pay homage to those before them, now days they seem to try to tear them down, so my hat goes off to Musiq for this one for sure.
Like I stated earlier this project is grown folk music and one of the best songs is Mama’s House where he speaks on the importance of looking out for the one who looked out for him. On the song Something Southern he pays homage to the South, which I thought was dope considering he is from the East. Another dope track was Hustlers Like Us which has a soulful beat laced with lyrics of making moves and living life to the fullest.
My only complaint is there was only 7 tracks, but then again I’ve always preferred full length LPs over EPs, but the good thing is you don’t have to skip through anything because all 7 are on point. On top of that it leaves you wanting more, so I’m guessing the homie has alot more in store for us in the future. Defintiely worth checking out considering it is free and full of dope music!
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One of the only complaints that I have about this project is that it is only an EP.But it does have 9 tracks, which back in the day that would be considered a full length album. LIFEB4DEATH by the Dead Walkers outta Utah kicks shit off the right way with a song about wanting your rivals to rest in piss called Pray For My Enemies. It reminds me of something you would want to play before you go knuckle up against someone you really wanna beat the shit outta! Then it goes right into another evil sounding song You Out Here. This is that f’n Wicket Shit!
What I like about it is everything flows together. I’m not a real big fan outta Mars but the song Across the Nation features him and the legendary Mastamind which actually turns out to be a good collab. Mars is on a couple tracks, other features include Polk D, Nuttinxnyce, Moka Only, C-Rayz Walz, Atdaggersdrawn, Tha Jokaz, & Sarkaztik.
The beats are all Wicket, very dark evil sounding shit. Production on here was done by Dre40oz, Detour, Strik9, Brown Ceasar, Raw Diddie and VTZ so you have a whole variety of different producers on here and somehow they all captured a consistent sound together. Usually to do that you would just use the same producer, you could tell alotta time was put into this project.
I also enjoyed the song Angelic Noose because it is one of the more mellow tracks on here, and that gives you an idea of the range they got. I would have to say my favorite cut on the album is Comatose. The beat has all kinds of shit in it from dope guitar to piano. Yeah they can do the horrorcore dark stuff but they can also hit you with some pure Hip Hop as well. The production, features, and direction on this project were dope, I look forward to the next Dead Walkers release!
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T.C. is A dope artist and producer out of Columbia South Carolina. His style of production is definitely “Crunk” and his amped up rapid fire lyrical ability fits his music perfectly. He was once part of the group 2econd Theory with A.K., G.B. , Suspect da Villain , Kada and Prince Blue. In fact their classic album War zone was just re-released and is available everywhere online.
As a solo artist T.C. just dropped the brand new dope album “Black Out: The World Ain’t Ready” which features the likes of C-Mob, MC Mack, T-Rock, La Chat, and many others. The whole project was produced by T.C. and features around 20 hard hittin’ bangers!
With influences such as Bone, Three 6, Lil Jon, and others T.C. has created a lane for himself and has the respect of some of the best in the underground today! You can catch him making dope crunk beats or droppin’ fire 16s, either way the man has talent on both ends and has already proven that he is capable of putting out good quality music. Check out the links below to his social media as well as links where you can purchase his music!
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I already had an idea of what to expect when I heard the sampler online, but when T.C. sent me the whole album I haven’t been able to stop listening to it since. Before I get into the dope music on the album I’mma give you a little background on T.C. He hails from Columbia South Carolina which along with Charleston are two slept on areas full of talent proving that South Carolina has some hidden gems in the Palmetto State. He started to produce around 13 years ago and then the following year picked up the mic. He was in the group 2econd Theory but later went solo.
The album Blackout is not for the laid back, this shit is all high energy music! Basically it’s crunk as fuck! He laced the album with his own production which can best be described as amped up anthems. Just about every track on here is an anthem. His style of production can’t limit him to one box but if you like Three 6 Mafia, MC Mack, The Kaze, T-Rock, and other music on that level then this is a must.
The features on here are insane! MC Mack and T-Rock are both on a few tracks each including the two bangerz Go To War Parts 1 & 2. Both T-Rock and MC Mack are on another track I loved on this project Act A Fool. Another track I’m feeling features C-Mob entitled Mask Up. Other features include La’Chat, A.K., G.B. Fatal Sinz, Kada, Prince Blue, Boogie Mane, Suspect Da Villain, and Kano. Everyone brought their A-Game and I couldn’t find anything wack on this album. In fact right now I’m not sure which album I like more this one or II Tone’s New Directions, but both are hittin’ hard as hell.
T.C’s production is highly heated but his rhymes are just as fire! Not only does he hold his own with all these incredible features but he has several solo tracks on here where he hits you with that rapid fire delivery! Songs like Fed Up, Lost For Ya, and Broken to name a few display his lyrical abilities. The concepts are original and the substance is there through out the duration of the album. He speaks on his struggles and what he went through which gives the listener a chance to see who he is and what he is about, he captures that perfectly!. I highly recommend this album, it’s definitely one of the ones to watch out for in 2017 as being one of the best releases!
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THE HISTORY/STORY OF SuiZiD3PaKT
In 1999 August Witzgall got a Boss BR8 digital recording module,Shortly after that Don Mattson got a Roland MC 303 and a Boss BR8 digital recording module also. By the end of 1999, Don Mattson, August Witzgall and Jeff Sanders had recorded a few tracks and decided to actually make an entire album. They called them selves “Cerabus”.
By mid 2000 The album was complete. They went from freestyling in underpasses, to actually having a whole album recorded. Only 10 copies were made and Jeff and Don had gone off and started another project together called D3DPo3TSoZi3TY. Though hundreds of D3DPo3TSoZi3TY songs were recorded, an album was never completed.
In 2001, Aug and Don decided to create another project with more determination, they called it D3MoN HaLo. this was when FuN3RaLPaRLoRPRoDuX was formed. D3MoN HaLo is still alive and have 3 albums under their belt.
In 2006, Jeff and Don made a choice to completely stop the D3DPo3TSoCi3TY project, wipe the slaight clean and start over as HoLLoWZGLooM. 50+ songs were recorded for the first album over 3 years when the album was complete only 200 copies were pressed.
In 2012 the founder of FuN3RaLPaRLoRPRoDuX Don Mattson started a project called SuiZiD3PaKT with the intention of working on tracks with the artists that greatly influenced him. He wanted it to be as brutal and violent as possable. In the early stage of the project, Dons wife commited suicide and he took a break. When he came back he decided to switch gears and go back to the traditional FuN3RaLPaRLoRPRoDuX lyric content but with more honesty.
SuiZiD3PaKT is my heart, I dont give a fuck if anyone likes or hates it. It is me, as I am and I just want to express issues that touch me and FuN3RaLPaRLoRPRoDuX in the same way a priest touches an alter boy.
THE HISTORY OF FuN3RaLPaRLoRPRoDuX
In 1999 August Witzgall started recording an album titled: Aug Dawg Texture and Attitude. He had Don Mattson on a track with him and write the hook for another track. Don, August and Jeff Sanders soon later decided to do a group album together called Cerabus.
In 2001 Don Mattson was a part of 2 different projects, DeMoN HaLo and D3DPo3TSoCi3TY. He decided to unite the 2 projects and any other project him, Jeff, or Aug did. Using FuN3RaLPaRLoRPRoDuX or Funeral Parlor Products/FPP, any and every project that is a part of it is credited to every “member” of FuN3RaLPaRLoRPRoDuX.
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Battle Rap Champ Juice broke down the artform and then Faided of Smoke Shop Click called in. Another Double episode of dope Hiphop!
Detroit OG Jackfrost Chopped it up with us then H-Town Vet Killahoe of 20-2-Life called in with a dope interview!
Threi and Chilly Chill of Da Lench Mob joined us for the first hour, then the homie MC Mack joined us, and made it a dope show from L.A. 2 Memphis
First up wrestler and entertainer Rude Boy of Psychopathic Records joined us, follwed by some dope Hiphop convo with Pittsburgh Pat
First up Doggie Diamonds called in for some serious convo, followed by Three 6 Mafia early affiliate Lil Noid
Renizance of the Immortal Soldierz broke the sound barriers with a dope interview and dope music.
Yukmouth of the Luniz called in with some dope music and great convo
EDIDON of the OUTLAWZ Came on the show to speak about the new Outlawz album Living Legends on Black Market Records
Nashville underground Vet Greenwade had the music scene in his city making noise in the 90s, but then he caught a case that alnded him in prison for 18 years. Listen to his amazing story!
Bootleg of the Dayton Family along with Taylor Mud from the movie Shattered Dreams chopped it up, then the homie T-Rock joined us for 2 1/2 hours of dope music and good convo.
Swifty McVay of D12 joined the archive and chopped it up about his new album Grey Blood and Detroit’s Hiphop History
Legendary New Orleans Producer O’Dell formerly of Beats By The Pound joined us for an in-depth interview
First the Creator and Cast of Let’s Go called into the show, then they were followed by Wrestling Legend Stevie Ray of Harlem Heat
Prez , Mac Jay , Brandon and X-It Only chopped it up and played dope music. Coo Coo Cal never showed up but the show went on and is now in the archive! #UGS4LIFE
Brooklyn 2 Jackson with the homies Fred Stuy from Brooklyn follwed by Jackson Mississippi Vet X-It Only
Cedric Singleton of Black Market Records called in to speak about his legendary label and roster of artists past and present!
Fresh Kid Ice is a Pioneer that needs no introduction! Himself along with artists from Chinaman Records , plus JT Money and Da Lench Mob spoke about Fresh Kid Ice’s new compilation Breaking Glass Ceilings and much more
Mr. Sche of Immortal Lowlife , came through and chopped it up with us about Memphis, Devil Shyt, and much more!
PSK-13 called in and reflected on DJ Screw , Mr. 3-2 , Pimp-C and also spoke about his latest project Space Age Sippin:Somethin To Lean to
Sticky Fingaz of ONYX chopped it up with us about music, film, and much more! Then the homie X-It Only called in for a while and kicked some game for the listeners!
Supah Smash Bros kicked it off followed by Kendrick of Dead Walkers plus the homie Polk of Project Born called in.
Ganxsta NIP joined us on Grinchmas to debut Parts 2 and 3 of the Landlord Trilogy produced by Detag and also chopped it up about Horrorcore , South Park Coalition , and much more
Sire Juke Box is part of the original line up of the Geto Boys and was there for the conception of the influential group as well as the legendary record label Rapalot Records
Lil Troy is not only known for his own success as an artist, but he was also one of H-Town’s early CEOs and was the first to put out Scarface among others!
Poppy , and Ron Savage along with others are determined to keep pedophiles out of Hiphop
Tray Dee , Tha Chill of CMW and Weazel Loc of the Diirty OGz joined the archives in this new episode.
Three 6 Mafia is one of Rap’s most successful groups in History. During the years when the line up changed, Crunchy Black stayed down for almost every release and also runs his own label Hard Hittaz Money Gang
One thing I can say is that I never before in my life reviewed 7 albums at once, that’s because no artist in any genre of music, let alone Hiphop has ever dropped 7 brand new albums with 80+ songs, all on the same day, until now because that is exactly what H-Town Lyrical Legend K-Rino has done. I’m gonna break down each of the 7 albums, but first I want to encourage all media outlets, no matter what form of entertainment, to cover this historical Guinness Record worthy accomplishment because like I stated earlier, no one, I mean no one has ever even attempted this let alone done it! And if you have a Hiphop Media platform and you choose not to speak on this, then you DO NOT REPRESENT HIPHOP! Remember folks, we live in an era where non-talented mumbling morons who lack ability, creativity, knowledge and respect of Hiphop get more acknowledgement than true artists with lyrical supremacy!
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The first album is entitled Universal Curriculum and it is packed full of classics, in fact my favorite song off the Big 7 is on this album, Extreme Malice. Once the beat kicks in you can already tell K is about to do some serious lyrical damage, and he just goes off kickin’ it with shit like this “Anyway you script it ima blaze and rip it I’m 3 times as gifted like a birthday for triplets.” I can’t review each track, otherwise I would be here for days but another one that really stood out for me off this album was S.P.C. This track he breaks down the history of the 1st Southern Rap Click, the South Park Coalition which was formed in 1987 and is still alive and well today with a catalog of 200+ albums combined. The album features Z-Ro, Klondike Kat, and others.
The next album is Conception of Concept and right off the bat track number 3 Anesthetics is one that you can’t stop listening to. The lyrical ability on this song would destroy anything that Eminem ever put out. Another example of why the mainstream needs to acknowledge K-Rino’s talents, but outside of a few outlets, he is unfortunately slept on! Trifflin‘ is another track that I can’t stop bumpin’ because it blasts these fake suckers and parasites out here. Listen Up is a track that exposes the evil corruption and racism that the system was built off of.
Now it is time to Enter the Iron Trap and the first track Barbarian is K speaking about how the lyrics are still relevant and then goes off into one of his signature non-stop verbal assaults. It’s hard to break down K’s styles because he has so many, but if I were to break them down into 3, you would get the extreme lyrical, the dope creative story telling, and then the educational and this album, just like all his previous work embodies all three. The song that I can’t stop listening to on this album is Keepin’ Your Name Alive is dedicated to the Late Wickett Cricket. K reflects on all that he learned from him as well as his impact on the city of Houston.
The 4th album is The Wizard’s Ransom which contains my second favorite track off the Big 7 entitled Flashbackwards. Even though I can bump this whole album front to back, this song I have on repeat! In the last verse he speaks about living his life in reverse, from the present day all the way back until he wasn’t even a thought in his parent’s minds. I don’t think I have ever heard another song so creative. “Then back to the day of birth some how I remember though, back into the belly changing from fetus to embryo, then a sperm cell exiting the egg in reverse, then out of the memory of both parents I disperse, Then I heard A voice say how ungrateful that I had been, and said when you appreciate life then I will send you back again.” Once again this proves K’s creativity is bar none.
Number 5 is American Heroes which is probably my favorite album of all, but I’m sure the more I listen to all 7 this will change frequently. But as of now this contains my favorite lyrical track Brain Damage where K literally tells other rappers that he will bump them off and then he will make them clean up their own murder scene. The title track breaks down real American history, as always K didn’t pull any punches. He exposes the evil atrocities of Christopher Columbus, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, and more modern monsters such as Ronald Reagan, Both Bushes, and Henry Kissinger to name a few. Then he brought in Ganxsta NIP on the song Administrative Leave where both SPC pioneers go in on crooked cops.
Welcome to Life is the 6th album, and the title track lets you know that we all struggle, there is pain for everyone! This is the type of song that you listen to when you are going through some real shit. All of K’s albums have songs that make you think, like I said he don’t pull punches, that’s always been one of his strongest points. The song Crazy World gives you a vivid glimpse as what is going in the world today, with everything from child starving to how certain medicines will kill you faster than the actual disease do. Hypocrisy is about how people can be fake and ready to stab you in the back in a heartbeat.
The ending comes with album number 7 Intervention and the story telling once again is untouchable. After 6 albums you would think that he would run out of concepts but not the case at all. Wizard’s Ransom 2 takes you on a journey where K is telling a dope story where everyone is against him and he has to figure out how to make things right overcoming various obstacles. Then on The Man Who Lived Forever has more metaphors than a dumb fuck like myself can keep up with. It’s one of those songs you will need to listen to a bunch of times. Then he caps off the album with a posse song called Firing Squad featuring Klondike Kat, Rapper K, Chucky the Killer, Mr. Cap, B-1, Point Blank, Rhyme Felone and others.
I’m still soaking up the dope music, and to be honest it will take me a long time, because K’s lyrics are unmatched, his concepts are original and always creative beyond belief, but what I respect about K the most is his relentless pursuit to tell the truth. He is not afraid to tell it like it is. He did the unthinkable, he dropped 7 full albums on the same day, never been done before and I don’t think it ever will be done again or outdone, unless it is K-Rino himself who is the one to do it! With that being said I once again encourage ALL MEDIA OUTLETS to cover this amazing achievement. To get physical copies send K-Rino an email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details, otherwise get’em all digitally on Itunes! -Prezident Bejda
JT Money is a long time friend of the show and he is back to speak about his new compilation The Florida Classic Vol.1 plus the return of Incarcerated Omaha Emcee Snake Lucci of Snake House Records
Props to the homie Miguel from San Diego who likes to send me dope new music from his city. He recently sent me this banger by Damu and Looselyric entitled Loyalty is rare and it proved to be a great album. Sometimes I feel lost in this new era with rappers who mumble, wear dresses, and have no respect for the art at all let alone the legends that came before them, these are some OG Vets and the music speaks for itself. No BS, all dope beats, lyrics, and substance!
Like I mentioned earlier, you don’t have to worry about that new era bullshit with this one, it’s all hard West Coast San Diego Street Shit! Songs like Vision expose you to reality about living in the streets while trying to provide a positive message. It’s about taking risks and doing what is necessary for survival in a rough environment rapped over a laid-back G-Funk smooth beat! Some shit to ride to and something that makes you think about life.
The very next track Feel This is one I got on repeat, the beat is the same sample from Pooh-Man’s classic “Fuckin’ Wit Dank” so you know it’s knockin’, then the lyrics are as hardcore as you could get and reps that Killa Cali Gangsta shit to the fullest! Another one I keep listening to is If I Was Broke where they speak about humble beginnings and how people come around when you start doing good, they say “Would you F-ck wit me if I was broke?” and that’s what we see alot of, people are no where around when you are down but when things start to look up here they come!
I can’t say anything bad about this project, it’s West Coast, hard, street, good music, and G-Funk all the way through! This is the type of music that was made during my favorite era in rap, the 90’s! If you are like myself and can’t stand this radio lame-stream crap of today then you will love this one!
Get their Damu and Looselyric “Loyalty is Rare” on Itunes
Ben Westhoff is back to speak about his book Original Gangstas plus legendary Queens Hiphop Legend MC Shan called in to debut his latest song Highly Acclaimed
K-Rino who is known as one of the greatest lyricists of all times if not the greatest, speaks on being the only artist to drop 7 brand new albums on the same day!
Poppy returns to the show and speaks about the rights of children and what we can do to stop pedophiles
Al Kapone makes his return to the show and speaks about his new venture into the liquor business, touring, and upcoming music
DJ Paul makes his return to the show as well as Father and Son Horrorcore artists Rellik and BKB of Deified Records outta Cincinnati
Slaine is a Rapper and Actor from Boston who overcame drug addiction and is now acting in Hollywood Blockbusters and touring the globe performing his music
Big Oomp along with DJ Jelly and DJ No Request join the archives
SJ & AL of the College of Hiphop drop game for people trying to succeed in the entertainment industry followed by an interview with veteran Detroit rapper Timmi 2 Tymes
S.I.C.K. is a new group outta Detroit featuring two legends Dice and Poe Whosaine and they were on the show to speak about their upcoming album.
Lil Soulja Slim the Son of the Late New Orleans Legend Soulja Slim returns to the Murder Master Music Show after almost 5 years
E.B. Wright the Daughter of the Godfather of Gangsta Rap Eazy-E joined us to speak on her upcoming documentary A Ruthless Scandal and much more!
NWA & Eazy-E:Kings of Compton producer Jessica Bennett along with producer and co-director Andre Relis were live to speak on the new documentary
Esham did a mini Murder Master Music Show Bomb Ass Podcast, then came on live to talk about his upcoming show with Ganxsta NIP then NIP stayed on and previewed songs off his upcoming album Souljas Only
Dez of HellBorn was on the show to preview his new album “Tunnel Vision” followed by an interview with L.A.’s own E-Roc Young
Ronald “Riskie” Brent is an Author of the new Book Riskie Forever which is about his life as an artist for Death Row with his most notable work being done for Tupac especially his
posthumous album Killuminati
K-Dee and Arcyn Al are the Black Rolling Stones and they came through to speak about their latest project, then the homie Don Blanco called in to preview his new mixtape
Classic LDP (Livin’ Dead Productions) at it’s finest brought to you by Jackboy D-Payne with this brand new mixtape Ambitions of a Hustla. It starts off with Get Rite featuring DH Statking and it details his struggle in life, basically trying to keep his head above water, trying to provide for his family, stay out of prison, and live his life, any real motherfucker with responsibilities has to feel it.
I love the beats he has on here, and some of the beats that he rapped on like the classic “I Got 5 On It” with his twist called “Battle Dont Stop” which he wrote while he was in prison. Plus his deliveries vary, he is not a one track emcee, some songs he rhymes slower, others he flips it fast, like on the track “They’re Back” featuring Scratch LDP and Chico Slim, all 3 of’em kill that shit.
He doesn’t do this alone he enlists several emcees from all over the place including the homie Scratch LDP, Rico Laww, Chico Slim, DH Statking, Slow Mo, so LDP is all over this project. I like the fact that he showcases other cats talents as well as his own.
We fuck with the homie Jackboy D Payne. He is definitely one to look out for. You cant beat the price, $FREE.MOTHERFUCKER so shout out to the homie for putting out a dope project for free. If you want to check out more from Jackboy D-Payne get at him on Facebook and get him on your next project, he also does mixing and mastering so let him fix up your audio too.
You can download Ambitions of a Hustla on Datpiff for free
Project Born outta Flint came through for the first hour followed by Monte Cristoe from Detroit for the second hour.
Don Blanco drops his new mixtape EP Love Y’all, but it’s more like a full album because it has about 9 or 10 cuts on there. Right from the jump he reps his home with Nine Six Teen reppin’ that 916 Sac-Town California. Full of substance plus you already know it’s a dope project, it’s comin’ from Paystyle. On the track Contemplating he gets real deep about his life and thoughts that go through his head.
Then he goes right into Food For Thought featuring E-Moe and Mistuh-G and all three rip the hell outta the track. The beats on here are all knockin’ some Northern Cali Mob Music mixed with grown folk mentality. This is definitely for the OGs but at the same time it will appeal to the younger generation, but the ones who are not brainwashed and mind f’d by the swag and the lamestream!
Another track I’m feeling is All The Way Up feat E-Moe, the way they flow on there has the appeal to make it in any market. The whole mixtape is bumpin’ but if you are into some trap type shit or some materialistic music, then this is not for you. This is that grown folk music as I mentioned earlier, the type of stuff you listen to when you are in deep thought, when you take a ride and wanna clear your head, this is great for that.
There might be a track or two I don’t completely vibe to but overall I’m diggin’ this whole project for the most part. The best part about it is the fact that it’s hella dope music for f’n free! There is no reason not to at least check it out. The download link is below show some love to Don Blanco because like his mixtape says “Love Y’all” so make sure to show him some love and download the mixtape!
You can download the whole Don Blanco Love Y’all Mixtape for free on Soundcloud
Cli-N-Tel , Arabian Prince Polk of Project Born , RBX , MC Shan , Poppy , K-Dee , Rahiem of the Furious Five , Gangsta Pat , and Dice joined Mac Jay and Prez for the 300th Episode. Also our UGS Fam Sin from France and UGS Fam Brandon outta Pittsburgh joined in for some good convo
Hatchgotti is comin’ outta Clarksville, Tn and is a part of Vi.D.O.’s Tennessee Butcher’s which just dropped a dope group album “The Sound Of Violence”, but this is his latest solo effort “The Return of Mafia Musik”, which gives you a better glimpse of who he is and what he is about. In the past he went by the name of Lil Hatchet and was also a part of the Clarksville pioneering rap group U.S.A. United Soldiers Affiliation.
The Return of Mafia Musik has a one two punch because there is alot of music on here that would appeal to the younger audience and the females as he refers to making money, going to the club and partying. If you know me you know I’m not into that but, where he makes up for us older cats is by supplying us with plenty of substance, and hard street shit.
The first track that had me listening over and over was My Apology which is packed with substance where he speaks about Ferguson, and his belief’s of what life is all about through the pain and struggles. Then on Mafia War he goes the fuck off on a very aggressive beat, those are the kinds of tracks that I think he is at his best on. He can do virtually any style and do it well, but I love his more aggressive amped up stuff.
The track You Can’t Come Back Here is another one I got on repeat. On this one he is letting you know pretty much not to fuck with him, he’s lettin’ be known that he don’t play no games. Then on Feel The Pain he captures his essence of a classic Scarface type of song, with a beat laced with Piano, reminds you of some mobster shit for sure! He ends the project perfectly with a bonus track “Burn Their Studios Down” featuring the Tennessee Butchers, which is self explanatory as it lets other rappers know not to cross Vi.D.O.
I definitely recommend this album. It was like a Do or Die project because he had tracks for the club, and maybe the females, but he also had that straight Al Capone or in this case John Gotti Mafia Musik! The beats are all tight, and his versatility shows, he can speak about injustices, struggle, and pain, but then can speak on having a good time or maybe just blowing your head off and leaving you in the gutter, either way he puts his all into his music. Dope project!
Get the new album “The Rerurn of Mafia Musik” on Itunes
Original Gangsta’s Author Ben Westhoff returns with more stories about West Coast Legends Eazy-E Tupac and many others
Gary Ballen , cousin of Jerry Heller joined Prez and Mac Jay as they honored both Jerry and Eazy-E during this special tribute episode. The homie Cli-N-Tel also called in to pay tribute to Eazy and Jerry.
DJ Ready Red formerly of the Ghetto Boys and the Geto Boys joins us once again to kick some convo and tell great Hiphop stories
Rahiem of the Furious 5 speaks on real Hiphop and much more in this exclusive interview. We were also joined by the legendary DJ Ready Red
DJ Ready Red , X-it Only and Jackboy D-Payne joined Mac Jay and Prez for some good convo
OYG redrum 781 one of the OG’s from the classic Bangin’ on Wax project spits game for the listeners.
Flatlinerz member Redrum calls into the show to speak about new album 6ix and much more
Schoolly-D spoke about his early career, art and much more and then after he split the legendary Fresh Kid Ice called in
Kid Frost is a true pioneer in many ways. The West Coast OG Kid Frost came through and spit some real game.
Original Gangstas Author Ben Westhoff joins us to discuss his new book
DJ Precise produced classics for the likes of Mystikal, Fiend, Ghetto Twinz and many others that helped shape the New Orleans music scene
Jackboy D-Payne and Scratch LDP chop it up with Prez and Mac Jay about Livin’ Dead Productions
Ric Jilla aka the Pride of Indiana chops it up with Prez and Mac Jay during this episode
Shoestring of the Dayton Family speaks about new album Fix My City and much more
Rass Kass headlined this episode but X-It Only and Drill’em Out also came through
Seed of 6ix is back to speak about their new album Smoke N Mirrors and much more
Chinaman Records joins the show. Fresh Kid Ice brought along Monte Cristoe, Fame Faiella, Drillem Out, and B Durty.
A1-YO bring you game from Oakland to Texas on this brand new dope interview
Woodpile comes back to the show to discuss their newest album Blood, Sweat, and Beers and much more!
Court Dog aka Big Court speaks about his early and current days with No Limit, his classic music, films and much more!
UGS4LIFE This is a 5 year Tribute Mix for the release of the F-ck Tha illuminati Compilation of Rap’s biggest Global project with 15+ Countries, 120+ artists and close to 70 tracks!
Mac Mall speaks a bout his new book, his latest album, friendship with Tupac, Mac Dre and much more!
Greg Mack is A legendary radio personality credited for breaking Eazy-E and NWA records
Tennessee Butches explain the sound of violence in this group interview
Hassan Campbell speaks out about Afrika Bambaataa and the sex abuse allegations
If you like to get AMPED THE FUCK UP “The Sound of Violence” is the album for you. Tennesse Butchers is A group of various artists from Clarksville, TN. If you are big on underground rap from the Mid-South you will recall Vi.D.O Entertainment with the classic group U.S.A. United Soldiers Affiliation. This is on that level but with A different line up, including K7Leetha, Antidote, Mr. Mugg, Kountri Boi, Lil Hatchet,and even a cold ass female rapper Mr$ Mugg.
The energy kicks in instantly with an eerie intro leading right into a posse track “DoItIfUGonna” with everyone killin’ it over a real dark beat. I don’t know how they pulled it off but they managed to keep a consistent sound throughout the whole album while having many producers that include: Chris Mecca, Dark OneBeats, RDX, Silins Beats, B. Wright,Platinum Seller Beats, VTZ, Diamond Style Productions, Cinematic Hype,Feelz Beatz, and Moscow Mark.
They got a dope song called “Rappit Season” and a Video where they go in on these wack ass lamestream rappers now days. Music like this is needed now more than ever considering how messed up the state of Rap is. Then on songs like “12GAor12thGR” that is full of substance and reality speaking about how bad the youth have it these days meaning you can choose A 12 Gauge or the 12th Grade. I respect them for speaking on not only the evils against the youth but the political corruption that plagues society.
In all honesty I can’t say there is one wack track on this album. If you like reality,and substance mixed with brutality over dope ass beats with a sound similar to that of the Late Lord Infamous (whom they have worked with before his death), but also embodies several other syles, sounds, and subject matter then this is for you. Very well rounded album and very militant against the Lamestream, in fact right on the cover it says “The Culling of the Lamestream Begins in Tn.” I stand with them against the Lamestream because the time is now if you want to restore substance, truth and integrity back into the game otherwise we are just gonna continue to be swamped with Swag, Materialism,and artists with out any form of talent. Let’s take this shit back!!!!!
The Album “Sound Of Violence Will is available on Itunes
T-Rock Announces his final solo album in this all new interview
Ronald Savage discusses Afrika Bambaataa and speaks out against child molestation
Mac Jay and Velvet Rose give you the latest news stories as well as get a surprise call from the elusive West Side Willie
Cold187um of Above The Law speaks about his upcoming film trilogy and album the Black Godfather
Born 2wice shares incredible memories of Ice-T, Pimp-C, Rapalot, and much more during this rare interview.
Mac Jay and Velvet Rose Knock the 1st Episode of Underground Saturday Night out the park as they got calls from Alex the Fairy and Backwoods Bubba
MC Shan is back once again to chop it up with Prez and Mac Jay
Brian Shafton RBC Records CEO chops it up with us about Priority Records, Master-P, E-40, Tech N9ne, and of course RBC Records!
B~Style Yukmouth chopped it up with us about the rap game, real life, the Real Rick Ross and much more!
The Luniz Yukmouth came through to speak about weed, music, and alot more! .
Ad Kapone of the legendary East Palo Alto Rap Group Totally Insane chops it up about In-A-Minute, West Coast Bad Boyz, and much more! .
Cli-N-Tel is no stranger to the show, here he brought the first female MC Sha-Rock with him to discuss the Universal Hiphop Museum and much more! World Class Wreckin Cru.
Snake Lucci is currently incarcerated, but we were able to catch up with him for this exclusive interview. You will hear the story of an Omaha Nebraska rapper who has been in prison for the majority of the last decade and also hear some dope music from him and his camp Snake House Records.
When it comes to uncertainty, the element of surprise, the unknown,
and the macabre mixed with knowledge, funk, dope beats, and at times
utter insanity, you got yourself a First Degree The D.E. album, and
“The Black Bane: The Misunderstood Hero Part 1” lives up to all of those
attributes and then some.
It starts off with the title track “Black Bane” which happens to be laced with
one of the dopest beats I’ve heard in a long time, and is perfect to set the tone
for the rest of the album which will take you on many twists and turns
only like D.E. can. The funk is all over the album with alot of live instruments!
He has a whole catalog of music dating back to the early 90’s, but the question is
where does this album rank among the D.E. classics!
If you have been following him then you will not only thoroughly enjoy this album,
you might even go as to far as to say that it might be his best effort to date.
Phonk Beta of course is all over the project, it has many tracks that are worth
checking out like the unity driven underground homage payer “The Fahrenheit Record”
or maybe the funk on “Say Serra” is mixed perfectly with realism and the 90’s elements
on “I Wear Black Cuz Its Just My Style” are just what the rap game needs right now.
There is a total of 12 tracks altogether, with two videos “I Wear Black Cuz Its Just My Style”
and Black Bane as well as live instrumentation throughout the project making this
another D.E. classic to add to his catalog. When you listen to this album you
should walk away with more knowledge, more musical insight, and as always with
D.E. a huge mind full of “What the F-ck?” Plus he does take care of all the
randoms from randomsville! If you are a new listener this album will take you
on a wild ride straight into the mind of D.E. and after you hear it, you should
be on your way to discovering his other projects from the last two decades!
After almost 4 years we have reached a milestone at 250 episodes. Many doubted us, many left us to rot, many counted us the f-ck out but time after time we have broken through mainstream doors and accomplished what many with huge budgets can’t. Join us as we celebrate episode 250 and see who calls in!
Artists who came through were: Bootleg, Point Blank, Nino of Ghetto Mafia, Dice, Cli-N-Tel, Fresh Kid Ice, Esham, and Pooh-Man
Author of Tupac 187 Michael Douglas Carlin will speak with hosts Prez & Mac Jay about the Murder of Tupac Shakur and much more.
Sac-Town Northern Cali Vets E-Moe and D-Dubb will be choppin it up with hosts Prez & Mac Jay for Episode 246
Murder Rap Documentary About The Tupac and Biggie Murders
M-Town Legend MC Mack of the Kaze is back the show
New Orleans own Turk of the Hot Boys returns to the show
Snug Brim The KCMO Vet joins the archive Skatterman and Snug Brim.”