Monthly Archives: January 2011

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Killa Kyleon: “When I approach a record I always wanna have a different character on each record. You know how you can pin point somebody and be like, ‘Oh, he got that Lil Wayne flow…’ or ‘He got that Jay-Z flow…’ or ‘He got that Nas flow…’ I wanna have ‘Killa Kyleon flow.’ I don’t wanna be compared. I don’t want my art form to be compared.”

Killa Kyleon: “When I approach a record I always wanna have a different character on each record. You know how you can pin point somebody and be like, ‘Oh, he got that Lil Wayne flow…’ or ‘He got that Jay-Z flow…’ or ‘He got that Nas flow…’ I wanna have ‘Killa Kyleon flow.’ I don’t wanna be compared. I don’t want my art form to be compared.”

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Hey hon. How you been? :o)

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U-N-I (YO and Thurzday): Looking good fellas!

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Thurzday: At that period, before LA was really poppin’, a lot of artists were known for being in that ‘gangsta’ genre of music, that’s what the west coast was known for so there was like, a stereotype on every artist coming out- “You’re gangster, that’s all you can be…” so we kinda like played off of the stereotype of what people think black people eat, so you’d look at it in a similar light and the title is basically to catch your attention with the stereotype, but following up with some dope hip hop music to break the stereotype.

Thurzday: At that period, before LA was really poppin’, a lot of artists were known for being in that ‘gangsta’ genre of music, that’s what the west coast was known for so there was like, a stereotype on every artist coming out- “You’re gangster, that’s all you can be…” so we kinda like played off of the stereotype of what people think black people eat, so you’d look at it in a similar light and the title is basically to catch your attention with the stereotype, but following up with some dope hip hop music to break the stereotype.

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U-N-I “Muddy Jane”: Hot damn! New music from U-N-I? Today was a good day. Two of the coolest, most unaffected rappers I’ve ever talked to- like, ever– just dropped a new joint this week. According to their official site, YO and Thurz wrote “Muddy,” thinking of ’different types of addictions from women, drugs and lifestyles.’ Real life, no? Everybody has a vice… Grown folk production via THX, the hook, courtesy of BJ the Chicago Kid. Enjoy kids.

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Tez McClain “She’s A Problem”: The A-Town native, ClayCo Representative sent me this little number yesterday. I was much appreciative. It’s a catchy lil’ something. Obviously for the girls, but he’s true to his song writing roots on here. Very nice. L.T. Moe production with Pengame on the hook. Enjoy. Oh, and, thank me later…

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Nick Pratt The New Cool: Nice pics. Interested to hear what he’s talking ‘bout on this one. January 25th.

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Nick Pratt- “Sinner’s Prayer” (prod. by Nice Rec): I kinda like this one from the Fort Worth native. I like dude’s voice anyway, but he does a good job with this track. Soulful vibes, introspective lyrics, it sounds like a winner to me. Nick’s 2nd EP, The New Cool, drops on January 25th. Look for it.

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Khalil: “there’s never been an artist to come out doing as much of a variety as I’m doing from the start. A lot of people like to do the R&B and stay urban first, then they cross over to the pop. I just want to come out doing pop, R&B, all that, all at once. That’s just part of me.”

Interviewed this lil’ cutie Def Jam signee at his “Lil’ Mama” video shoot. LOL. The sweetest thing and he sounds so much like, um… I’ll just say… uh… Never mind…

Khalil: “there’s never been an artist to come out doing as much of a variety as I’m doing from the start. A lot of people like to do the R&B and stay urban first, then they cross over to the pop. I just want to come out doing pop, R&B, all that, all at once. That’s just part of me.”

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Mike Jaggerr’s Eleventh Hour is so damn ill… Get with it. I’m telling you now.