Kool moe dee ll cool j rakim epmd I listen to them as a lil fella and I used to rap alone with them and then I discovered that I could do the same thing I started with my group RPMC we did shows and before we could get signed we broke up did the Detroit music seminar and the exec`s from the too live crew and someone named Wayne from jive wanted us but like I said we broke up. – @
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Episode #362 : A.V.A Live Radio Behind The Music with Jacqueline Jax : http://www.blogtalkradio.com/avaliveradio/2016/09/20/episode-362-ava-live-radio-behind-the-music-with-jacqueline-jax
GETTING TO KNOW MYSTA KIDD
by Jacqueline Jax host of A.V.A Live Radio
Kool moe dee ll cool j rakim epmd I listen to them as a lil fella
and I used to rap alone with them and then I discovered that I could do the same thing I started with my group RPMC we did shows and before we could get signed we broke up did the Detroit music seminar and the exec`s from the too live crew and someone named Wayne from jive wanted us but like I said we broke up
Tha pain iz real
It’s about weak wack rappers mumble mouthing lyrics
Was listening to the radio
and I love hip hop but couldn’t for the life of me figure out why they were on the radio so I decided to write a song about it I like lyricist Rakim, KRS ONE,
It’s done from the soul it takes you back
to the real hip-hop where lyrics mean more than the beat each song is different different styles I bring the joy back to hip hop the b boy
I live in Port Huron, Michigan the music style
are mostly trap music people vibe to me because they feel my music.
It’s cut throat they really don’t invest in unique artist
but I love music and the biz.
Shady fast-talking managers that don’t look out for your best interest
but hopefully I’m in touch with the right people now that has my best interest in mind.
Singles give the buyer a little sample of what’s coming anticipation
if you drop an album there’s no anticipation its all right there.
Talk about the differences in your marketing strategy to support your preference.
I can sell a single, then in a couple of months I can sell another one and so on and so on with an album you drop it and then its back to the drawing board to make another 10 or 12 songs.
People get to hear your music from all over the world and fast
Yes, there is too much on being trendy
I do use some new cool techniques but no it really doesn’t influence me or my music.
Put it all in my music
Just be me
Rakim, why because he was a hard artist that never cursed
on any of his records and was never question on his realness first hip hop artist to go platinum was never fake and straight to the point lyrics were out cold true believer in his faith and his people his flow is flawless true entertainer
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