Category: Interviews

Interview: Bvggz Talks New Album And Loss of Boss Goodie

Last year, Tyrone Adair Jr., aka Boss Goodie, was killed outside of a local club in Denver, Colorado, deeply impacting the community and leaving his family and friends with a huge void. Adair was an very talented upcoming rapper, as he and his close friend Steven Bvggz made a name for themselves over the last few years, partly due to their energetic performances together. They cleverly branded themselves together and created a great musical chemistry. So when Bvggz releases his next project Love this month, it will be a long awaited solo project that also serves as a musical diary...

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SPOTLIGHT: Interview with Coalition DJ Roots Queen

Roots run deep with this Queen. Recently, Atlanta based Coalition DJ Roots Queen took me back to the early days of her career and where it all started. She was 13 and listening to late night radio shows on community radio and pirated stations and fell hard in love with hip hop. Artists like EPMD, 2 Pac, Biggie and NWA were her early influences thanks to underground show like Underground Railroad with Kenny K. He was Digital Underground’s DJ and Roots Queen would call in to the show and chop it up with him. She started going to raves and...

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INTERVIEW: H*Wood is Building an Empire Again With New Moves

Artist H*Wood burst onto the scene in 2011 with “Could It Be You,” Which at one time was selling better than DJ Khaled’s “All I Do is Win.” The success of the song was very unexpected as H*Wood was signed to Rodney Jerkins and Dark Child Records at the time. Prompting him to move to LA with only $300 in his pocket to pursue his life long dream. H*Wood has been invited to the BET Awards, sat in the studio session for Bruno Mars, and been privileged to sell over 500k copies of a record. A feat many young...

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INDIE SPOTLIGHT: New York Rapper Al-Doe

Al-Doe, a Puerto Rican rapper born and raised in the Bronx has been grindin his way up in the underground scene for a minute. We caught up with him recently to hear about his upcoming album release, his life, religion and how he got his nickname Al-Doe The Pope. GP: Tell us about this Pope thing that you have running throughout your image. The Pope thing came while I was in a session with Harry Fraud and we were recording and I said a line “the Pope of the coke talk, you niggas are my apprentices.” He was like “oh that’s crazy,...

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Interview: Producer Simes Carter Talks Being Signed and Losing Everything To Building From The Ground Up

Simes “Nastybeats” Carter DJ’s in Denver five to six times a night but he is far from just your average club DJ. As a Producer Simes Carter’s journey started in New Mexico, but has taken him across the country and back with the opportunity to work with platinum selling artists. For Carter he is at place where he is finally in control of his future after being burned by the industry, an all too common story it seems. After being signed back in the early 2000’s, Simes who at the time just went by “Nasty” got to experience the...

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