Monthly Archives: May 2016

Live from Soundset: Sims

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For the past nine years Rhymesayers Entertainment has brought us the nation’s only remaining Hip-Hop festival, Soundset. Emcees, DJ’s, B-Boys and B-Girls, graffiti artists, and producers converge on the Minneapolis area annually to celebrate the culture of Hip-Hop. This year … Continue reading

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BigStat: Heart of a Lion

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Connecticut emcee BigStat has paid his dues. Writing rhymes since his youth, BigStat came up in the game learning from some of the best artists in Hip-Hop. He’s rocked stages alongside rap music’s brightest stars and had his music highlighted … Continue reading

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Willie D: Controversy

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Controversy is not only the name of Willie D’s 1989 debut solo album, it’s the perfect word to describe his entire career. From his work as a member of the Geto Boys to his solo career Willie D has never been one to … Continue reading

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Grand Opus: Forever

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Established artists on their own, producer Centric and emcee Joc Scholar have joined forces as the Hip-Hop group Grand Opus. From Oakland and Fresno, California respectively, Centric and Joc have followed in the footsteps of legendary acts like Eric B … Continue reading

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J-Zone: Fish-n-Grits

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J-Zone is one of my favorite people to interview in Hip-Hop. His honesty and candidness is refreshing in today’s synthetic society. J-Zone the musician keeps it as real as J-Zone the man. Since coming out of retirement in 2013 J-Zone … Continue reading

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