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Q&A Interview With Wisconsin Horrorcore Veteran Damien Quinn

What was the earliest hip hop memory you can recall? My first memory of hip hop in my life would be at 4 years old watching LL Cool J’s music video for Mama Said Knock You Out & running around the house singing it. The next memory I can remember, where I can say I fell in love with hip hop would be at 11 years old about ‘98 when my Filipino homie Mark showed me Bone Thugs-N-Harmony’s debut EP Creepin’ On ah Come Up . I was definitely late to the game, lol. Who’re some of your bigge...
Tags: Hollywood, Indiana, Wisconsin, Jazz, Quinn, Denver, Seville, Kenosha, Mark, Sam Raimi, Jonestown, Plainfield, Esham, Q&A Interviews, Damien Thorn, Pavlovich


Q&A With Rising Atlanta Based Hip Hop Artist Chad P

For all the readers who don’t know, is Chad P your real name or your artist name? ChadP is my real name. Short for Chad Pierce. Real name Stage Name = Same Thing! I had a stage name (Track Star) when I first started music but ChadP just stuck to people. Many now call me King Peezy due to the album however, my stage name is ChadP. How long have you been making music? Any specific influences? I started engineering in 2007. Mainly, watching others mix and master music. I didn’t write and record my...
Tags: Spotify, Atlanta, Walmart, Jazz, Chad, Sega, Waycross, Q&A Interviews, Waycross Ga, Peezy, Chad Pierce, Chad P, King Peezy, J Jig Cicero, Scotty ATL Asia Graves, Neaux Plex Duece Dee Tommy Gunnz


Q&A With San Antonio, TX Based New Hip Hop Artist James Embrace

We are extremely excited to have featured your debut album “Noddin”, being a Hip Hop artist we never heard of, we are extremely honored to have promoted your music through UGHHBLOG! Please tell us who is James Embrace? Where are you from? Give us some background on your artist name? James Embrace is someone who embraces the present for what it is. I’m from San Antonio, Texas, but I moved around when I was younger because my dad was in the military. The name came from discussions I used to have ...
Tags: Google, Nas, Eminem, Jazz, Rick Ross, San Antonio, San Antonio Texas, Q&A Interviews, Biggie Nas, James Embrace


Q&A Interview With Humboldt County Veteran UnderRated

What was the earliest hip hop memory that you can recall? Where I grew up, hip hop wasn’t around ‘til the late 80s it seemed. My first time hearing it believe it or not was like people rapping on remixes that were on mainstream pop countdowns & shit. I really didn’t get into more traditional hip hop until around 8th grade & it was things like BDP, 2 Live Crew, Public Enemy etc. I instantly fell in love with it because I loved the not giving a fuck attitude & fuck authority. Although I couldn...
Tags: California, Tech, Eminem, Jazz, Underrated, Bay Area, Humboldt, BDP, Q&A Interviews, Mac Dre, Garth Vader, Twista Tech, Humboldt County Humboldt, Black Markets Matter, Sub Noize


Q&A With Underground Hip Hop Lyricist FNX

We are extremely excited to have featured your mixtape “Barz On Dek” featuring T. Sawyer, Sleep Hollow & Izreal Jakob, being a Hip Hop artist we never heard of, we are extremely honored to have promoted your music through UGHHBLOG! Please tell us who is FNX? Where are you from? Give us some background on your artist name? I’m from Norwalk, CT and I love the craft of being an emcee. From storytelling to punchlines, my main focus is to uphold the culture and execute. Some people say that’s outdat...
Tags: Jazz, Wu, Q&A Interviews, FNX, Norwalk CT, Izreal Jakob, FNX T Sawyer Sleep Hollow, Sawyer Iz, Symon Feenixxx, Kenny Cash, Chino XL Canibus Chris Rivers Arsonal Da Rebel, Barz On Dek, Izreal Jakob T Sawyer, Izreal Jakob How, OutKast Heltah Skeltah Mos Def Eminem Canibus, Iz Sawyer


Q&A With Hip Hop Artist Still Doe

We are extremely excited to have featured your latest album “Elevator Music For Different Dimensions”, being a Hip Hop artist we never heard of, we are extremely honored to have promoted your music through UGHHBLOG!  Please tell us who is Still DOE? An acid eating outsider who will flyer youre whole block with wheatpaste, stickers, and stencils. Where are you from? Martinez, a town about 20 mins east of Berkeley and Oakland. Give us some background on your artist name? Started under the nam...
Tags: Jazz, Berkeley, DOE, Martinez, Q&A Interviews, Still Doe, Oakland Give, Jon Doe, Juvi, Digital Underground ICP Cannibal


Q&A Interview With Texas Based Hip Hop Artist G Phatz

For all the readers who don’t know, is G Phatz your real name or your artist name? It is my artist Name / hood name what most people know me by. How long have you been making music? Any specific influences? Started rocking parties free styling in the late 90s and drop my first album with a group early 2000’s. Being from the south we have so many different influences on our music . Of course Houston artist such as the SPC ( point Blank , K-Rino , Klondike Kat , ) , SUC and the Getto Boys had ...
Tags: Spotify, La, Hip Hop, New Orleans, Jazz, Houston, Sxsw, Corpus Christi, SPC, Q&A Interviews, G Phatz, Blank K Rino Klondike Kat SUC


Q&A With Rising Baltimore Based Hip Hop Artist KennyOffTh3Henny

For all the readers who don’t know, is KennyOffTh3Henny your real name or your artist name? Kenny’s my actual nickname. The Off The Henny part (stylized as OffTh3Henny) was added since it had a better ring to it than my true full name. How long have you been making music? Any specific influences? I’ve been playing guitar since I was 8 and started recording some of my rock music covers and originals when I was 13. I made my first full-length rock album as a senior project in high school, but onc...
Tags: Spotify, Hip Hop, Eminem, Jazz, Baltimore, Josh, Benny, Kenny, Henny, Q&A Interviews, KennyOffTh3Henny, Nas AZ, Calvin Coolidge Dude, Ric Ward, Phil Michael, McDaniel Ric Ward


Q&A With Rising Cincinnati, Ohio Based Hip Hop Artist Elias

For all the readers who don’t know, is Elias your real name or your artist name? Elias is my real name as well as my artist name! How long have you been making music?  Any specific influences? I’ve been recording music for about two years now, and commercially I’m influenced by artists like Machine Gun Kelly and Big Sean. Locally, artists/engineers John Junker and Previn Ricks Jr have helped to instill confidence in my abilities to write and record. What city you from?  How is the Hip Hop sc...
Tags: Spotify, Jazz, Cincinnati, Cincinnati Ohio, Elias, Machine Gun Kelly, Q&A Interviews, John Junker, Previn Ricks Jr, Grape Jaro Esc Chris Ash, Brody Coyote


Q&A With Veteran Underground Hip Hop Duo Double Barrel

We are extremely excited to have featured your latest album “Locked N Loaded”, being a Hip Hop group we never heard of, we are extremely honored to have promoted your music through UGHHBLOG! Please tell us who is Double Barrel? Where are you from? Give us some background on your group name? Double Barrel is a new hip hop duo from the Midwest consisting of emcee Hub City and producer/scratch deejay, DJ M•ROK. Our name is about two forces coming together to give people a powerful blast of dope hi...
Tags: UK, San Francisco, ROK, Paris, Jazz, Ohio, Imf, Bay Area, Midwest, Hub, Half Moon Bay, Hub City, Rakim, Q&A Interviews, El Da Sensei, Double Barrel


Q&A With Rising Underground Hip Hop Artist Xkwisit

We are extremely excited to have featured your latest album “Vigilante”, being a Hip Hop artist we never heard of, we are extremely honored to have promoted your music through UGHHBLOG! Please tell us who is Xkwisit? Where are you from? Give us some background on your artist name? Xkwisit AKA Fat DiCaprio AKA Fuego Diego AKA TimWhit The NimWit. Big nuts gang for life. Shredder the cheddar getter my guy. I used to call myself X-Caliber The Exquisite but I always tagged “xkwisit” on my desks and ...
Tags: Jazz, Wu Tang, Lebron James, DiCaprio, Redman, Sean Price, Europe People, Xzibit, Q&A Interviews, Boondock Saints, Rayz Walz, Xkwisit


Q&A Interview With Strange Music’s Very Own Joey Cool

What was the earliest hip hop memory you can recall? I remember my first concert ever pretty clearly actually. I was like 6-7 years old at the time. My parents took me to see MC Hammer haha. I remember the Kansas City Chiefs players beating on the drum on stage! It was at the Kemper Arena in Kansas City. I remember seeing Hammer & all 87 of his dancers & shit on stage, hahaha. Phenomenal. I think that’s when I knew I wanted to entertain. That was big.   Who’re some artists that inspire you? I d...
Tags: Chicago, James Brown, Jazz, Kansas City Chiefs, Kansas City, Bill Johnson, Forest Park, Q&A Interviews, Joe Cool, Jimmy Tony, Kemper Arena, Joey Cool, Frank Sinatra James Brown, Swank Sinatra, Record Bar Riot Room, Strangeland


Q&A Interview With Floridian Producer Devereaux

What was the earliest hip hop memory you can recall? My earliest memory of hip hop would have to be The Notorious B.I.G.’s “Big Poppa”. That song was going crazy back in the day.   Who’re some artists that inspire you? Waka Flocka Flame, Gucci Mane, MF DOOM, KISS, Ozzy Osbourne, Three 6 Mafia, Alice in Chains, Marilyn Manson & Rob Zombie.   When was it when you realized that making beats was your calling? I saw a video of producer Lex Luger cooking up on his crib. Since then, I knew producing i...
Tags: Jazz, Lex Luger, Q&A Interviews, Devereaux, Ouija Macc, Shaggytheairhead


Q&A Interview with Redondo Beach Veteran Chucky Chuck

What was the earliest hip hop memory you can recall?  Having my big brother play Eazy-E & N.W.A back in the late 80s. Who’re some artists that inspire you?  I’ve got a lot of my inspiration from a rapper called Kool Keith. I also look up to Necro, Tha Dogg Pound & OutKast. What inspired your moniker from Chucky Styles to just Chucky Chuck?    Well I’ve gone by Chucky Chuck since I was in high school so that’s been my nickname forever & the Chucky Styles nickname was given to me by DJ Bobby B af...
Tags: Jazz, Redondo Beach, Gillies, Q&A Interviews, Dgaf, Kottonmouth Kings, Chucky Chuck, Eazy E N W, Chucky Styles, DJ Bobby B, Henchlord, Eddie Ruxspin, Kush Kingdom, Rhett Parker, Dead City Villains


Q&A Interview With Detroit Emcee Valid

What was the earliest hip hop memory you can recall? My earliest memories would have to be probably my older brother who was a teen in the early 90’s having MC Hammer CDs & in the same time frame, my uncle’s saying something about a dude named MC Breed. I was too young to know what I was hearing. I also remember my cousins who were a few years older than me had to hide the Snoop Dogg Doggystyle cassette tape from my uncle. But the my most memorable moment involving Hip-Hop as a child was when I...
Tags: Usa, Wikipedia, Time, Serbia, Jazz, Croatia, Michigan, Detroit, Dr Dre, Balkans, Biggie, Royce, Valid, Yugoslavia, Balkan, Sean


Sacramento’s Bugbee Talks New Hit, Upcoming Album & West Coast Hip Hop

Music videos are an essential part of storytelling in Hip Hop. For Sacramento rapper Bugbee, they are a means of making astonishing movies with impressive lyrics and catchy hooks. The 26-year-old saw an influx of attention last year from his Above Average project and now he’s back for more. Today, Bugbee treats fans to his brand new video for “Fast Money,” a slow-motion banger accompanied by cinematic visuals. “The “Fast Money” record represents getting to the bag by any means necessary,” Bugb...
Tags: Sacramento, Jazz, Q&A Interviews, BUGBEE, Ted DIGTL


Q&A With Rising Hip Hop Duo Regal Club

We want to thank you guys from dropping such an impressive debut project!  Let me ask, how long have you been a Hip Hop artist as a duo?  And how did the name Regal Club come about? We been a duo since 2011. The word “Regal” resonates with us. When we decided to form our rap duo we put “Club” behind it then started building from there What specific area St. Louis are you from? St. Louis is small compared to other cities. We’re from all over. How is the quote on quote “Underground Hip Hop Sce...
Tags: Jazz, St Louis, Q&A Interviews, Jay Z Nas, Alvo, Regal Club, PAC NAS ROSS


Q&A Interview With Strange Music’s Newest Signee Jehry Robinson

This past weekend, Kansas City powerhouse Strange Music announced their newest edition to the label’s roster with New York emcee/producer Jehry Robinson. As a long-time fan of Strange, I reached out to Jehry to learn more about him. What was the earliest hip hop memory that you can recall? JEHRY: Listening to The Slim Shady LP in my friend’s older brother’s car, feeling like this is what I want to do. Who’re some of your biggest influences that inspired you to make music? JEHRY: My biggest musi...
Tags: New York, US, Jazz, Bob Marley, Kansas City, Long Island NY, Q&A Interviews, Strange Music, Jehry Robinson, Kansas City powerhouse Strange Music, Wyclef Jean Eminem Tech, Tara Ennis, Justina Valentine We, Travis O'Guin


Q&A With Tampa Bay, FL Based Hip Hop Artist Artille

Let me ask you Artille, how long have you been a Hip Hop artist? About 15 years. I’ve been writing raps since 2005, but started recording in 2010. I dropped my first mixtape in 2015. What specific area are you from? I currently live in Pinellas Park, Florida, which is part of the Tampa Bay area. I was born and raised here. Also, how did you get your emcee name? My name is Ronald Jean Artille We notice your style is super original and more on the modern boombap/trap twist! Let us know how you...
Tags: Eminem, Jazz, Lil Wayne, Drake, Tampa Bay, Q&A Interviews, Pinellas Park Florida, Artille, Ronald Jean Artille


Q&A With Rising Michigan Based Underground Hip Hop Artist Rudy Williams

Let me ask you Rudy Williams, how long have you been a Hip Hop artist? I have been doing music my whole life, but started producing Hip Hop and Rap music when I was around 16. I’m 34 now, so a long time. What specific area are you from? I’m from outside of Detroit, and now live in Northern Michigan in Traverse City. Also, how did you get your emcee name? When I was younger, my Mom used to call me “Rudy” when I was rude or acting up, and my middle name is William, so I just took Rudy Williams as...
Tags: Jazz, Wu Tang, Michigan, William, Rudy, Detroit, East Coast, Traverse City, Ty Farris, Northern Michigan, Cappadonna, Q&A Interviews, Griselda, Boom Bap, Rudy Williams, GXFR


Q&A Interview with Detroit’s Very Own DJ Clay

What is the earliest hip hop memory that you can recall? The earliest I can recall is freestyle mixtapes from local DJs & other DJs like Uncle Luke, DJ Godfather, then the Beastie Boys & Cypress Hill all on cassette or vinyl. How did the moniker Clay come about? Clay was no gimmick. It’s my middle name & while I was like 11 years old trying to come up with all these what I thought were cool DJ names such as DJ Suicidal & crazy shit like that, one day after I told my parents what I wanted to do ...
Tags: Jazz, Detroit, Michael, Clay, Q&A Interviews, DJ Clay, Beastie Boys Cypress Hill, Wu Tang Big Pun Michael Jackson, Armed Robbery Entertainment, Bailz, Bailz Jaysin


Q&A With Rising Underground Hip Hop Artist F.A.C.E

Congratulations on your new single, “Smooth Criminals” Featuring Jag catching waves currently, tell us a bit about the single and the message you want fans to get? Thank you on the congratulations! The song definitely was put out as the first single because it was a collaboration between myself, Barlos, Christian Ford(Mad Science records/BHBWI) who produced it and Jag. Being from the same city and growing up Black & Brown have always beefed in our areas so I wanted to show in the video and song...
Tags: Jazz, Q&A Interviews, F.A.C.E


Q&A With Atlanta Based Hip Hop Artist CASH

Let me ask you CASH, you how long have you been a Hip Hop artist? I’ve literally been rapping since about the age of 6 or 7 but I would say I really started taking it serious in like 2003. I started out in a group and we did a couple of mixtapes and I ended up venturing off and doing my own thing. Long story short, I was born to do this lol. What specific area are you from? I am originally from New York and being a military brat, I’ve lived in a lot of places but I’ve spent most of my years in ...
Tags: Cash, Jazz, Q&A Interviews


Q&A With Rising ATL Hip Hop Artist Squallé

With musical influences by legends like Jay-Z, Nas, Rakim, Big K.R.I.T, OutKast, and J. Cole, the Georgia spitter Squallé popped onto the scene with his debut project, Real Rap Ain’t Dead, displaying just that fact. Dropping projects back to back Squallé continued to hit the ground running with his music career releasing his follow up project, No Squares Allowed. Not lettin’ upon the game’s neck, he dropped his third self-titled project, Squallé Shottem. Keeping the momentum – he released...
Tags: Atlanta, Jazz, Q&A Interviews, Lil Baby, Squalle


New Jersey Chase Fetti On Dream Collab, Freestyling & Top 5

Chase Fetti is a promising new artist coming out of New Jersey. Eager to follow a recent amazing Hip Hop run (Fetty Wap, Tsu Surf) with his own success. Fetti sits down with us to discuss his immediate plans, current viral popularity and New Jersey’s impactful sound. Learn more about Chase Fetti below. What was it like growing up in New Jersey? Fun and scary [laughs]. A lot of drugs and gangs. Do you enjoy freestyling? It’s Kool if the time calls for that. Dream feature? Jay-Z Any other New ...
Tags: London, New Jersey, Jazz, Jay, Harlem, Asbury Park, TSU, Q&A Interviews, Fetti, Chase Fetti, Fetty Wap Tsu Surf, Albee al Tsu Surf


Lil X Talks Texas Hip Hop, His Top 5 & New Kid on the Block

Texas underground is surging right now with hot young to talent. Leading the pack right now is El Paso-based rapper Lil X with his widespread new project, New Kid on the Block. Popularity skyrocketing, we sat down with Lil X to discuss the current tempature of Texas Hip Hop, what plans he has in store for 2020 and his top 5 greatest rappers of all-time. Learn all about Lil X below. Are you the only rapper from your school? No, I know there are some but they haven’t really had a come up yet. Wha...
Tags: Florida, Texas, La, Jazz, El Paso, El Paso Texas, Lil, Q&A Interviews, Texas Hip Hop, Lil X, Travis Scott Pimp C Slim, Willie D Post Malone


Interview with B Elise about her influences and new single “Boomin”

Queens native B. Elise has been making her rounds promoting her new single, Boomin, which is quickly one of the more popular records on the NYC independent single. As a fan of the record myself I sat down with the upstart to talk about her journey in music, outside ventures, and of course Boomin. Read below.   Jason Bourne: I see you have all Queens artists listed as your influencers. Talk to us about what you have learned by studying some of the legends that come out of your borough. B. Elise ...
Tags: Interview, Boop, Queens, Jazz, Single, Elise, Jason Bourne, Yea, Boomin, Q&A Interviews, Jason Bourne Experience, B. Elise, Qptv


Q&A With Rising Underground Hip Hop Artist $tar$eed

Let me ask you $tar$eed, you how long have you been a Hip Hop artist? Since I was 13 so since around 2009, 2010 What specific area are you from? I’m from and born in Dallas but I was Raised in Garland,..Detroit, Michigan, And Longview, Texas Also, how did you get you emcee name? Just felt right. Destiny put the name in my path and I took it. We notice your style is super original and more on the hardcore aggressive side. Let us know how your style if different than all the rap artists out th...
Tags: Jazz, Dallas, Wu Tang, Cadillac, Bro, Longview Texas, Q&A Interviews, Tar$eed, Starseed, Garland Detroit Michigan, Flatbush Zombies 2pac Biggie UGK, Mastaslabdaddy


Q&A With Rising Socal Hip Hop Native Indio9

Congratulations on your new single, “Watch My Back” Ft. Low, Red Cloud & Spyder Deuce catching waves currently, tell us a bit about the single and the message you want fans to get? Thank you hella appreciate that, me and the team worked really hard on the track and I wanted to show the world that real hiphop is still alive and we are living proof of that. Is your real name Indio9, or is it your artist name? Na, government is Abraham Magante. I got the name iNDiO9 when I was incarcerated. The n9...
Tags: Jazz, Q&A Interviews, iNDiO9, Abraham Magante, Pauma Indian Reservation, Cali San Diego Hip Hop, Undergroundchemist Tech N9ne, Strange Music Army, Debo Watson


Q & A with San Bernardino rising star SYX

1. Its a pleasure coming across unique Hip-Hop , What influenced your music approach & how did you choose a name? I appreciate that bro. I think it was more so who influenced my music approach, cause I’ve always been musically driven, I grew up singing in the church, playing drums, I started watching certain people that made me wanna do it , just by Fashion, style, smoothness, like Will Smith. My mentor who recently passed was, “Todd 1” of Yo MTV Raps. He inspired me to rap. To actually get out ...
Tags: Mtv, Jazz, Chris Brown, Tokyo, Will Smith, San Bernardino, Todd, Claudia, MC Lyte, Q&A Interviews, SYX, Urban Squad T, Azjah, Urban Squad the Urban Dolls, Hunnid Grand



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