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After a solid 4 year run, we at Rapsoulution Magazine, took 7 months to re-invent the brand and to better focus on methods of promoting
and marketing the magazine more efficiently. During our transitional phase, we were faced with the tough decision of moving the magazine
from its original website, Rapsoulution.com, to its current home on www.slickworthington.com .
To help re-launch the brand and re-energize the publication totally, we partnered with Dj’s Lesage, Casper, Mega, and Blenda and threw a
party at their weekly hip-hop & soul event in Ybor City, Fl, called “Ol Dirty Sundays” .
With an emphasis on traditional hip-hop and soul records, “O.D.S.”, as it’s commonly referred to by “regulars”, provided the perfect
backdrop to re-introduce readers and hip-hop fans alike, to our online magazine.
With electrifying and in-your face performances by S.L.I.M.M. Hustle, Road To The Riches, and Annex, and a lengthy B-Boy set, the crowd
certainly got its fill of Hip Hop culture that night!
 Once again Rapsoulution would like to thank every one who came out and supported the movement, and especially the DJ's and Crowbar
for allowing us to do our thing!

                                                                       Slick Worthington
                                                                                                                                                           I went back got on my business and learned them          (Slick) Gotcha (laughing)…

                            Omillio Sparks                                                                    I nter vi ew b y: Slick Worthi ngton
                                                                                                                                                           contracts more, and that’s that. I’m no longer
                                                                                                                                                           under that contract with Roc-A –Fella, but ain’t no
                                                                                                                                                           bad blood with Jay-Z. I looked up to him, I still look
                                                                                                                                                           up to him as a mentor. He’s a great businessman,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    (O. Sparks) They was tripping that night! They was tripping, know what I’m
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    (Slick) What else do you want to let the people know about, I know you have a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    lot on your plate, and you’re trying to do a lot?
                                                                                                                                                           nah mean? He’s doing his thing, know what I’m            (O.Sparks) I just want people to know, I’ve got stuff going on like the party
                                                                                                                                                           saying? But right now, that was the past, I’m doing      record…that’s why that one was called “E-Pill”, because it’s a party record. I’ve
(Slick) How are you doing my friend?                                                                                                                       me! I’m on me right now, I’m moving forward.             got a lot of stuff going on as far as street records. I
(Omillio Sparks) I’m good, and yourself?                                                                                                                   (Slick) Alright. Is there an album in the works?          want them to know about the O.S. Ent., the new music, the new single called
(Slick) Pretty good…pretty good…                                                                                                                           Can we expect something soon?                            “Cheddar Green” , that’s about to come out. Actually I got the “leakage” going
(O. Sparks) That’s wassup!                                                                                                                                 (O.Sparks) Yeah. The album, actually is incredible,      on right now…
(Slick) We all definitely know you from State Property and                                                                                                 like what’s going on…This is what I did,                 I call it “leakage” because I’m leaking some of the mix-tape out, ‘cause I didn’t
all that, what have you been up to since?                                                                                                                  independently, I spent my own money back in              want to wait on the artwork and stuff. So, you can go to @TheRealOSparks on
(O. Sparks) I just got back from L.A. I got an HBO special in                                                                                              like’08. I put an album out called “Payback”. I did      Twitter, or my Facebook, Omillio Sparks on Facebook , Reverbnation. Everybody
the bag we ready to do, called “C.O.P.- City of Philadelphia”                                                                                              that through Koch, independently. I did a joint          can go to my Reverbnation and see the new music that’s coming out and stuff
…It’s something like “The Wire” , and me being from                                                                                                        venture with Colossal Entertainment, and I put the       like that. There’s some things going on…
Philadelphia, we doing “C. O.P-City of Philadelphia.” We                                                                                                   album out then, but they didn’t even put enough          I got some amazing things going on. I’m doing records and you’re gonna see
got a great cast on there. We gonna bring it out to Philly.                                                                                                copies out, so I did a mix-tape called “The              more of me on T.V. It’s like, I’m having fun right now, and I’m enjoying life. I’m
So we got the HBO special ready to jump off. I got my own                                                                                                  Inauguration”, back in ’07, that was making              bout to have fun man! I miss doing what I do, I want the public to know, I got
company, O.S.Ent., Omillio Sparks Entertainment. I got                                                                                                     Billboard.                                               ‘em, I’m on my way, and here I come!
artists…we about to actually start leaking the music now.                                                                                                   So what’s going on, I had to get the machine
You can “tweet” me now and start hearing the leaks. My                                                                                                     grinding. That’s why I started doing my HBO              (Slick) Can we expect you in Tampa or down in Florida at any time?
Twitter is @TheRealOSparks at Twitter.com, so we                                                                                                           special, ‘cause I gotta generate revenue, know           (O.Sparks) Yeah. I definitely want to come there. I definitely want to get out to
“tweeting” that. I got good music about to come out, and                                                                                                   what I’m saying? So I had to go to work, build the       Tampa, yo! So you guys got the package and all the numbers, so if y’all need us
I’m just pushing the company. More movies, I got more                                                                                                      bank up, and then do my thing. You know how it           to come out there, tell Tampa I love the atmosphere. I’ve been out there before,
movies in the bag, done. One called “Street,” that Will Smith                                                                                              go! We living in the real world, nah mean? It’s on       and I definitely want to build with the people out there. I know Tampa is
funded. I did that with Meek Mills, an artist coming out of                                                                                                and popping, so they missed that. I still own the        awesome, nah mean?
Philadelphia. He actually signed with Maybach Music. So,                                                                                                   masters to “Payback”, but that’s still old, so I’m
it’s a lot of things going on right now. It’s like, I’m just                                                                                               gonna push the new music, ‘cause I got a lot going       (Slick) Yeah we’ve got a great scene down here, and a lot of love for hip-hop, so
getting back in my zone, You know what I’m sayin’? I got my                                                                                                on.                                                      we’re waiting on you!
own company, so I’m just moving like a CEO right now. I’m                                                                                                   The team I got around me, I got I.Q. , I got the Prez   (O. Sparks) Tampa…look…I was down there briefly…that’s why I want you to
growing up, cleaning my image up, cleaning my act up and                                                                                                   …I got some people around me now that’s                  push the music. He just gave you one record?
I’m going hard. I’m letting them know, I’m “O.G. Status”                                                                                                   incredible. It’s like, the music and what I stand for,
now, know what I mean?                                                                                                                                     I want to document it and push it right this time,       (Slick) I think he might of gave me one more…I’ll stay in contact, we’ll get it
(Slick) Speaking of cleaning up your act, you’re actually a                                                                                                nah mean?                                                moving!
college graduate, aren’t you?                                                                                                                              (Slick) Now I’ve got your new track “E-Pill,” tell       (O. Sparks) Listen, I want y’all to push the record, let Tampa know what kind of
(O. Sparks) Slick, I got another year to go. I got another                                                                                                 me a little bit about that.                              person I am, so they can get a feel. I’m a people person, I’m for the public…I’m a
year …who told you that? How you know about all this                                                                                                       (O.Sparks) Now “E-Pill” is called “More G”…they          people person. I know what it’s like for people that’s working, the people that’s
man? ( laughing)                                                                                                                                           called it that that night, because actually it was a     out there in the ghettos, and I know the people that’s doing it and getting a
(Slick) I.Q. might’ve mentioned it to me!                                                                                                                  wild night that night! It was a big argument with        dollar. I’m well rounded, know what I’m saying?
(O. Sparks) Ahh,okay yeah. But, I got one more year to                                                                                                     some of the people I was doing business with, and        My Roc-A- Fella days exposed me to a lot of stuff. I got a view of that life, the
finish up my degree; one more year of that. Once I finish                                                                                                  some things going on in the neighborhood..and            corporate world, the ghetto, I’ve traveled. So, I’m just excited right now, ‘cause
this degree up, I’ll have it under my belt, so I can understand                                                                                            there’s was a big commotion, and a lot of things         I’ve got the business end now and I know where I’m at.
this business, know what I’m saying? So, I’m getting sharp!                                                                                                going on in the era that were popular in the             I’ve found myself, know what I’m saying? So now I know what zone I’m in. I’m in
I ain’t just a loose cannon. You know how it is when you                                                                                                   streets, but that’s what people was on.                  my own zone, and I’m ready to come city to city and rock! You know what I’m
come up in the streets, but I’m all business right now.                                                                                                    It’s like I was blacking out. If you hear the record,    saying?
                                                                                                                                                           you’ll hear me spazzing. It will definitely tell you
I just came from Washington, doing my thing. I’ll probably make it out there again with Big Snoop Dogg, or I’ll catch up to him another time, when I get                                                            (Slick) Absolutely. You got any shout-outs before we round it out?
                                                                                                                                                           where I’m at with it. That record is crazy, nah
back to L.A. I got a lot of stuff going on.                                                                                                                                                                         (O. Sparks) Yeah, I want to shout out to my whole team. I want to shout out
                                                                                                                                                           mean? (laughing)
(Slick) A lot of people might not know, you’re a SAG actor aren’t you?                                                                                                                                              Team Omillio Sparks! I want to shout out to Tampa. I want to shout out to your
                                                                                                                                                            It was just one of those records, you know?
(O. Sparks) Yeah, Screen Actors Guild, for sure.                                                                                                                                                                    radio station. Thanks for having me and taking my interview, and just the public,
                                                                                                                                                           You’re in your bag…I think I was on house arrest at
(Slick) Salute man, salute! That’s a big thing.                                                                                                                                                                     the general public, and it’s on and poppin’ man! Let’s get it.
                                                                                                                                                           the time, I couldn’t leave my house and I had to call
(O.Sparks) Screen Actors Guild. You know that came from putting that grind work in, know what I’m saying?” I went through a lot of stuff,                                                                           (Slick) No doubt. Keep me in the loop.
                                                                                                                                                           my homie from Maryland to come down, and
but I learned from my little bumps or my hurdles I came across.
                                                                                                                                                           things was going on about the business under that
(Slick) Now, do you want to speak on the old situation at all, or are you done dealing with that?
                                                                                                                                                           joint venture. A lot of stuff was going on. But I was
(O.Sparks) With who?
                                                                                                                                                           “spazzing,” so I named it that.
(Slick) You know the whole…Jay-Z and State Property and all that.
                                                                                                                                                           It was like , wow! The record is actually called
(O. Sparks) Look, look ..I’m out that contract. I’m not in that contract no more, but ain’t no bad blood. I mean Jay-Z, I can’t argue with
                                                                                                                                                           “More G than You”, but they titled it that night…
Jay-Z. He actually recognized my talent, and signed me. That’s the first guy to actually sign me and put me out there in the world. I had to
                                                                                                                                                           that, because everybody was in the bag, nah
learn the business; you know what I’m saying? I was “hood”…I was coming from the hood, I was “ghetto”, I was on my joint. After I
                                                                                                                                                           mean? (laughing)
stepped back, got my mind right…
How did you initially become involved with MCing?
My first rendezvous with emceeing came about when I was about 14, I would write and recite by myself for hours, ha. However the first
time I took the stage was when I was 17. Scary stuff back then.
For someone who hasn’t heard your music yet, how would you describe your style?
My style is my own, I have many influences that I look up to, but I listen to a wide range of music, so everything I hear is a part of my

I have to ask, you say you are the 'Hope For The Future', what makes you different from the other artists and how do you plan on
living up to this name?
When I tell people my name is Hope For the Future, it’s meant to be taken as an idea, if you listen to the music I make, it’s about
believing and shooting for what matters. That idea alone is my hope for the future, I just pray everyone sees it as me representing that
instead of deeming myself as some kind of Savior, I’m changing the way hip hop rides yes, but I’m not the only one doing it.

                   Hope For The Future                                                                            Interview by: Anna “L.A.”

                                                                     Let our readers know where they can find out more about '
                                                                     The Hope For The Future'?
                                                                     For all you readers interested in my music I want to say thanks!
                                                                     And to get your ears on it, check out www.h4thefuture.com.

                                                                     What would you say is the biggest difference as far as the
                                                                     sound and feel
                                                                     of the music you are putting out now as opposed to a year
                                                                     Last year everything was what I believed the people would
                                                                     want to hear, mixed with what I wanted to do to, in a way my
                                                                     music last year wasn’t as confident as the music I put out now.
                                                                     My new album “Higher Level Metamorphosis” is all original, I
                                                                     used to get on industry beats and do the whole mixtape thing,
                                                                     and I still do from time to time, but I’m focused on my vision
                                                                     and my message as an artist, and the new material really
                                                                     captures that in the best ways.
                                                                     The sounds are more melodic and authentic, also cinematic in
                                                                     many ways.

                                                                 What are the biggest obstacles for you?
                                                                 The biggest obstacle for me would have to be living within the boundaries
                                                                 of life as well as chasing my dreams, it’s hard for self-promoting artists, not
                                                                 because we have to do a lot on our own, but because of the fact that we
                                                                 have to work to eat, and the day to day job can take a lot out of me…so
                                                                 that’s really the biggest obstacle, oh and it’s 110 degrees in PHX on
                                                                 average, damn hot!

                                                                 What's the music scene like in Phoenix
                                                                 The music scene is different for every artist, I would say that because of
                                                                 how new Phoenix is as a city, there’s a lot of exploration going on, and right
                                                                 now I think it’s beginning to form an identity culturally, not only with music
                                                                 but with all of the arts. Still, it can be very political, Arizona has a heavy
                                                                 underground scene, but the support from Venues can be wish washy
                                                                 because of promotional companies that are in charge of them. At the same
                                                                 time, It’s definitely getting better, and I can’t wait to see what the scene is
                                                                 going to be like in as little as a year from now.
What was your first show like?
August 16th, Martini Ranch, I had no promotional items, nothing to
give out, but it was my best show up to date, because I realized that I
could get people to come to these shows on my own, and it tested
my confidence and belief, and as far as the show itself….like Jeezy
says “Standing Ovation” ( laughing )
Tell us about your upcoming shows and why we should be there.
I want to let you all know that my next shows will be July 16th, &
August 13th, & a good reason to be there would be to see a
passionate show, I’m a real down to earth chilled out type of dude,
and I want nothing but the honest truth to come out of my music and
the same for the fans that come out and support. When people come
support Hope for the Future it’s a celebration, because I’m just as
excited to see them if not more, than they are to see me, and I like it
that way.
                            What would people be most surprised to
                            know about you?
                            The people that know me personally would
                            be surprised to know that I’m into
                            motorcycles, and to the new-bees,
                            probably that I’m into 60’s music…HEAVILY
                            Got any pet peeves?
                            People that can’t speak up, projection is
                            What would you say to any label heads
                            that may read this interview, what would
                            your sales pitch be?
                            It would be like a movie
                            preview…”COMING TO VENUES NEAR
                            YOU….THE DESERTS OWN…HOPE FOR THE
                            FUTURE, BURNING UP MICS ONE ONE
                            SONG AT A TIME”, I would honestly say
                            that I’m ready to set apart the bullshit
                            from the truth, I’m not buying what most
                            people are selling these days, and most
                            people are only buying it because they
                            have yet to see a quality salesmen….my
                            suit and tie are on…what it’ll it be Sir?
                            What do you think will be your greatest
                            contribution to music?
                            Damn good question lol, um, I think right
                            now the greatest contribution would just
                            be the spread of my vision by word of
                            mouth, I know God is looking out for me so
                            I know I’ll be there @ the top one day, But
                            I value people actually talking about my
                            product because they want to, or because
                            they believe in it like I do, If I sold mad
                            copies because it was a good album I
                            hav’nt done my job, but If I sold 10 copies,
                            and all 10 buyers achieved great
                            inspiration from me, then I’m on the right
                            track, and that’s word.
                            The last words are yours.
                            Salutations to all! !want to say thanks for
                            reading, and remember to be a leader, but
                            if you choose to follow, find something
                            worth following, because those that follow
                            you rely on substance, whether they admit
                            it or not.
                                                 lInterview   By: Slick Worthington

(Slick) What’s good Annex?
(Annex) Life brotha, and everything in it.       The LOST ERA
(Slick) You took some time off and stepped away from the mic in recent
years, but now you’re back and seem more focused than ever, how come?
(Annex) Very true, to be completely honest, I reached a point in time where
I was letting all the wrong things come first. In a sense, I was trading the
bigger picture that could be achieved in the long run, for short term
satisfaction. Anything worth fighting for is never easily achieved, so I really
had to take a step back and re-adjust my approach towards what it is I want
to do.
(Slick) So you’re back with a brand new team, a new outlook on music and
life, can we expect a new sound also, or is Annex still being Annex?
(Annex) Slick I will always be myself, but one of the things I am aiming for is
bigger production. My music will still be something people can relate to,
things people go through on a daily basis; I just try to give the underlying
factor of what the obvious is, on songs like “History Repeated” and “My
Romance Novel”.
(Slick) Tell me about the latest project.
(Annex) My last project is called “The Lost Era”. The name symbolizes not
only my lost era, but an era lost in hip-hop as well. I guess I just felt I owed an
explanation of my absence, while still keeping it 100% hip-hop.
(Slick) Who did you collaborate with on this Mixtape?
(Annex) I kept it in-house on this project, I’ve got Vayga, J-Cali and AO on this
one, all ILLBLOCK artists. I’ve also got production from Sonny Crack. There
were plans to get other artist on there, such as Jinx, Jae Luis, Trak Monsterz
productions, but, timing and personal preference AT THE TIME, just didn’t
allow me to do so.
(Slick) During your hiatus, the Tampa scene evolved pretty rapidly and a lot
of new young talent emerged. Have you had a chance to work with any of
these artists, or are there any you would like to work with?
(Annex) I’ve got a few things in the works with artist like Hard Target, Laws,
Jinx some dude by the name of Slick Worthington. I would also like to get
something in the works with Dynasty.
(Slick) What about outside of the Tampa area?
(Annex) I would really like to look into working with Emilio Rojas.

(Slick) Do you think the art of “emceeing” or the art of “Dj’ing” are dying
out, or are they still alive and well, maybe in different forms today?
(Annex) I definitely think that its’ evolved, whether its accepted by the
masses and mainstream radio is a whole different story, but, being that it
isn’t, I think that there’s a major misconception that the skills of emcees and
Dj’s aren’t being honed at all. I feel that there are some artists that do a great
job of changing with the times, while staying true to themselves, while some
do it horribly and have the nerve to call it innovation.
(Slick) What does the immediate future hold for Annex?
(Annex ) I’m definitely going to continue pushing “The Lost Era” mix-tape.
I’m also currently working on three other projects, a collaboration mix-tape
with Vayga called “No Gravity”, my next solo mix-tape which is still un-titled
at the moment, and I also have something in the works with Trak from Trak
Monsters productions, can’t give away details on that one just yet though.

(Slick) Did I miss anything? Is there anything you care to add?
Doesn’t seem like you missed anything, but I do wanna add three things,
ILLBLOCK, TRAK MONSTERS, and FUCK YOU if you think the south doesn’t
breed emcees…..
Twitter: @Annex813
Building a " Dynasty"
                                                      You’ve come a long way in a short period          I am however, still writing other joints for
                                                      of time, what do you attribute your rapid         the next full length project. I, thinking that     Do you feel there’s still a great deal of
                                                      success to?                                       “the love EP” will drop within the next           inequality in hip-hop when it comes to
                                                      (Dynasty) Well, I wouldn’t say that it’s a        couple of months. Aside from that, with the       female rappers and the opportunities that
                                                      rapid success. The truth is I’ve been             new reach span that I have, there are still       are presented?
                                                      performing since I was a kid. It’s only           SO many people who haven’t been exposed           (Dynasty) Of course. There is ONE chick in
                                                      recently that I buckled down and started          to “Dreampusher” yet. So, the goal is             the game right now. There are certainly
                 lInterview   By: Slick Worthington   taking this thing seriously. I do understand      definitely to get out and rock more shows,        more females around the country who are
                                                      how it could seem rapid to most though, as        taking that project around the world.             just as dope. However, the industry is so
                                                      I seemingly came from nowhere. I’ll say that                                                        scared to take a chance on something new.
                                                      I have a strong team behind me, including         What notable artists or producers have            They’d rather sign three dudes who sound
                                                      my DJ Sandman and it doesn’t hurt that I          you had the opportunity to work with this         exactly the same.. or acts who are saying
                                                      managed to connect with a true Hip Hop            time around?                                      absolutely nothing on a track.. than give a
                                                      legend in 2009. (smiles) Once DJ Premier          (Dynasty) On “the love EP”, there won’t be        female artist a chance. But change is
                                                      put my first single “Femcee” on his mixtape       many features. I’m still working all of that      coming. The response to my video shows
                                                      and took it around the world, people took         out. I have worked with some dope                 that there is truly a desire for the type of
                                                      notice. It’s been getting crazier ever since.     producers from Tampa including OP Supa            music that I make. Just wait..
                                                                                                        and Jinx. Aside from that, I just had the         Outside of music, what piques Dynasty’s
                                                      Now that your video with DJ Premier is            opportunity to feature on a song with Large       interests?
                                                      officially out, what kind of response have        Professor and I am currently working on a         (Dynasty) Food. ( laughing ) You wouldn’t
                                                      you received, and what doors has that             song produced by illMind.                         believe it looking at me.. but food is my
                                                      experience opened up for you?                                                                       THING. Aside from that, I enjoy all types of
                                                      (Dynasty) Wow. Well, the response has             How would you rate your growth as an              performance arts.. specifically theater and
                                                      been overwhelming. The number of viewers          artist so far, and what would you like to         dance. My true interest though, is the youth.
                                                      is insane. I mean, we knew that we would          improve on if anything?                           I love when I get to do things where I get to
                                                      make a little noise but for a “local” artist to   (Dynasty) Hmm. Well, I think I’ve grown a         connect with them. As this world gets
                                                      be close to 90K views in three months…            lot, performing so much, meeting so many          crazier and crazier it becomes even more
                                                      that’s a major accomplishment. That’s more        different people. I’ve developed my own           critical to reach them at a young age to
                                                      than my fam in Queens and Tampa tuning            sound, performance style and I’m truly            develop their gifts, talents, knowledge and
                                                      in. We’re worldwide! It’s opened up some          comfortable in my skin no matter who I am         ultimately through all of that, their self
                                                      pretty cool shows, publicity and                  rocking for. I would like to get more             esteem. You’ve got television and music
                                                      connections that I’m not sure that I would        comfortable recording. I’m much better            making these kids feel that if they don’t fit a
                                                      have had otherwise. But the true fruit of         than I was a while ago but I feel like there is   certain mold, they aren’t worthy of
                                                      that labor hasn’t even been seen yet.             definitely room for growth there.                 attention. It’s our responsibility to make
                                                      Your debut mix-tape, “Dream Pusher”                                                                 sure that they understand the difference
                                                      caught the ears of a lot of people, do you        Duckdown’s Sean Price recently said he            between reality and entertainment.
                                                      feel pressure to top that project with your       doesn’t like female rappers in general, and       Is there anything else you would like to
                                                      next effort?                                      they don’t hold his interest. What would          add?
                                                      (Dynasty) Good question. I haven’t stopped        you say to that sentiment?                        (Dynasty) Yup. Big shouts to team DY for
                                                      to think about whether or not I feel              (Dynasty) Maaaan. I was like “tell us how         holding me up on their shoulders sayin’ “go
                                                      pressure.. but now that you mention it, I         you REALLY feel!” At the end of the day, the      KILL ‘em out there.” From Queens to Tampa
                                                      suppose there is a little. I’ve developed a       man is entitled to his opinion. I didn’t take     Bay and beyond, I appreciate you. Make
                                                      core following and I don’t want to                those comments personally for a couple of         sure you guys stay in touch
                                                      disappoint them in any way. But the truth is      reasons.. Mainly because, I did the FL leg of     http://www.yagirldy.com. (You’ll find the
                                                      that I didn’t pressure myself when I made         the Duck Down tour and I remember                 twitter and FB info on the site.) Thank you
                                                      “Dreampusher” and people really felt that         walking back stage after rocking and getting      so much for reaching out! One time for
                                                      project. So I will stick to what                  dap from Sean P, telling me that I did a          RapSoulution for keeping an ear to the
                                                      works..Creating music that is true to who I       good job. I can see why some would be             streets and bringing attention to artists like
                                                      am, music that I truly feel. Free from            highly offended, but at the end of the day..      me. Thank you.
                                                      gimmicks and 100% authentic.                      that is one man’s opinion. If you’re dope,
                                                      When can we expect another mix-tape or            you can’t be denied. Just keep it movin’..
                                                      (Dynasty) Right now, I am working on my
                                                      next project “the love EP”. This is a
                                                      collection of songs that I’d like to share. I
                                                      wouldn’t want a bunch of love songs on my
                                                      next full length project....
                                                      ( laughing )…maybe one or two but
                                                      certainly no more than that. So, I decided to
                                                      work on this project.
                                JAM, what's good with you? For those, who are unfamiliar with you, would you please give us a brief introduction.
                                 ( JAM ) What’s good Anna, RapSoulution and everyone reading and listening. I am a very deep and passionate man from Hendley
                                Homes Projects in Columbia, S.C., and grew up the same way most young black men grew up, but through shear will and conviction and
                                the grace of God, did not let my past or current circumstances dictate my future.. I am a good man, good friend and great father who
                                made some bad decisions, but I refused to live in the limitations of the past. I am a nurturer and healer and military Veteran and just
                                want to do MY best to make this world a better place.

                                How do you describe your music ?
                                 ( JAM ) People always say they and their music is different, but when you hear it, it’s always the same ole same ole! I am the
                                contradiction to that rule! My music is hot, it’s new and it’s fresh. It’s DIFFERENT! It’s passionate and inspirational. My music is a breath
                                of fresh air to those who yearn and deserve the best of what hip hop has to offer and with my music I offer myself! My music is
                                Take me back to when music first entered into your life.

                                 ( JAM ) WOW! Great question, but same answer as most, but tremendously felt differently by me. Definitely Micheal Jack and his music
                                was a surreal and profound injection to my soul. My mom was a big part too! She and her friends used to have parties and always asked
                                me to come down and dance and perform for them. As far as I know, music was always a part of me and my life. The reason it affects me
                                differently is because whenever I had nothing!!! I always had music. It took me places I never thought I could go. Also took me places I
                                have always wanted to go. Music was and is my sanity and MUSIC saved my life.
                                Briefly, talk to me about your album J*A*M 7*1*8 and the story behind it.
                                ( JAM ) Although it may seem as if the album, by the title J*A*M, is all about me, it isn’t. Through my trials and tribulations and talking

                                and speaking so much about me and my experiences, it essentially gives purpose to my pain. J*A*M is about telling my story in such a
                                way that it may touch and effect positive change in others. YET, that wasn’t enough. The title J*A*M wasn’t enough. 7*1*8 was a
                                number that I kept seeing for a few years and I never knew what it meant. I saw it on license plates, street addresses, check stubs, and
                                the lotto jackpot was 71.8 million dollars. I saw it EVERYWHERE!
                                I was going through a very trying time almost 2 years ago. I was walking down the street broke and broken, crying and exasperated. I said
                                to myself, “ FU8K THIS! I’m done! I cannot live like this anymore!” Then it hit me!!!! It was my birthday, July 18th and then I knew what
                                7*1*8 meant! It was a sign all along. 7*1*8 is my birthday and the day I decided to change my life. Everything made sense after that. It
                                was my beacon.

                                Aside from being a upcoming rapper, let's talk film. Tell our readers
                                about your role in the movie 'Falling Up ' starring Snoop Dogg.
                                ( JAM ) Falling Up is about a nursing student, Joseph Cross, who has
                                to quit school to take care of his family after his father dies. He takes

                                a job as a doorman and I am one of the characters he meets. I play a
                                pimp…lol….The company wanted to see all my agents people of color.
                                After auditions I was the only one they wanted to see back! It was a
                                nice role for me. Joe Pantiliano from Sopranos, Bad Boys and The
                                Fugitive stopped me when I was walking by and said, “Hi JAM. My
                                name is Joey.

                                I been sitting here watching you work and you’re doing a GREAT job.”
                                The funny thing is that a few friends didn’t recognize me because
                                they thought I was LL COOL J and had to watch my scene again to
                                confirm… ( laughing )
                                Where can the fans go to see a trailer of the movie?
                                ( JAM ) The movie is available on Netflix. You can also go to
                                www.imdb.com and search Falling Up and all info is there.

8                               Is there anything else that you are hoping to branch out and do within the entertainment industry?
                                 (JAM ) Yes, I wanna continue to grow and nurture JAM PACK ENTERTAINMENT. I wanna help other people find their voice and live their
                                dreams. I am going to have comedians, singers, rappers, actors and poets. One day will have my own variety show. Something between
                                what Robert Townsend did mixed with In Living Color slash Tyler Perry!!!!....( laughing ) …..BIG DREAMS!!!! And so much more.

                                When did it occur to you that working in the entertainment industry may be lucrative for you?
                                ( JAM ) The most lucrative thing about the entertainment industry to me is being able to wake up every day happy to go to work. To me,
                                it’s all about doing what you love to do and knowing that this is what I was born to do and DOING it! It has never been about the money
                                to me. I do it for the love. Money is the extra benefit. You can’t put a monetary value on the matters of the heart and soul.

    Interview by: Anna “L.A.”
Tell us a story about a day in your life and how do you turn every challenge into a stepping stone.
( JAM ) January 3rd, 2000 is a day that changed my life forever. That was the day I got locked up and ended up doing 21 months in prison. I
can tell people this with ease because it was the best thing that ever happened to me. That is also the day I stopped drinking after having my
first drink at the age of 6. I got my mind right, my body right and got right with God.
A counselor told me that it takes 18 months for your brain to reach it’s equilibrium after drinking for so long. I was locked up 21 months. Go
figure. God had bigger plans for me and put me in a situation where I had to make choices and bad choice turned out to be a blessing in
disguise. If you want to make God laugh, tell him what you got planned for your life…( laughing )

What sets you apart from your peers in the music business?
 ( JAM ) What sets me apart is my willingness and even EAGERNESS to be a role model. To be someone that people can say their goes a
good man making great music. There is a man you can take home to momma. What sets me apart is the love for what I do. My music has
never lied nor betrayed me and I will not betray it. I will not bring to the game that negative status quo that permeates the industry.

You talked about "JAM PACK ENTERTAINMENT" is about saving lifes, starting with your own, talk to me about that.
  ( JAM ) Plain and simple, How can I help another if I can’t help myself? I have been through a lot of pain and I have found the purpose in
my pain if it only means being able to help someone deal with their own. I made the decision to stop drinking.
On that day a few years ago, 7*1*8, I decided to quit gambling and take control of my life. Through my success, through my music and
through my passion and even through my struggles, I can help change and save a life. If I help change one life then it’s all worth it!

What is the best piece of advice that someone in the industry
has given you?
  ( JAM ) The best piece of advice is and has always been
to keep God first and to never lose what makes me me.

Drop your web info.
Anything anyone wants to know or
need to know about me can be found here:





Official website: www.jampackentertainment.com

Any last words?
 ( JAM ) My main purpose is to live with a sense of purpose
and I wish that I could help and save everyone, but I can’t!!!!
Sometimes, people just got to help themselves. It is my hope
 and desire that everyone gets the album J*A*M 7*1*8. It’s a
great place to start. Let’s not live a useless life. We are so very
fortunate and blessed to still be here. Let’s make our time here
count. Much much love and respect.
Thanks again Anna and RapSoulution.
The honor and pleasure is all mine.
                                                                                                      Get ready for the “STORM”…
                                                                                          Truly talented R & B singers are becoming
                                                                                          harder and harder to find these days. With the
                                                                                          use of “Autotune” and other devices, virtually
                                                                                          anybody can pull of singing to some degree, but
                                                                                          not everyone can pull off the sound like that of
                                                                                          the fresh new face of R & B, Quinton Storm.
                                                                                          With a brand new mix-tape out to showcase his
                                                                                          talents, I had the chance to talk with the
                                                                                          talented young crooner about his current

                                                                                           (Slick) How are you doing today?
                                                                                           (Q .Storm) I’m Great, Just staying busy!
                                                                                           (Slick) So introduce yourself, who is Quinton
                                                                                           Storm, the artist?
                                                                                           (Q. Storm) Quinton storm as an Artist is a
                                                                                           visionary, I am 1 of those artist who can make
                                                                                           music of any genre and pull it off. I just try to stay
                                                                                           ahead of the crop and create my own path. I’m
                                                                                           also a songwriter and dancer entertainment is
                                                                                           my life.
                                                                                           (Slick) Who were some of your musical
                                                                                           (Q. Storm) I can go on all day about the artist
                                                                                           who’ve inspired me in different ways, to name a
                                                                                           few: M.Jackson, James Brown, Luther Vandross,
                                                                                           Usher, Justin Timberlake, Tank, Aaliyah & Brandy.
                                                                                           (Slick) What makes you unique as an artist
                                                                                           compared to your competition?
                                                                                           (Q. Storm) The fact that my vocals are
                                                                                           considered pop but I can still crossover. There 's
                                                                                           very few artists who can do that.
                                                                                           (Slick) What single or project are you promoting
                                                                                           (Q. Storm) “The Arrival of the Storm” my latest
                                                                                           mixtape. DOWNLOAD IT FREE!! (Datpiff,
                                                                                           Mixtapepass, Hulkshare etc.)

                                                                                           (Slick) Have you worked with any notable
                                                     lInterview   By: Slick Worthington    artists or producers to date?
                                                                                           (Q. Storm) I have worked on tracks produced by:

     Quinton Storm
                                                                                           Boi-1-da, Troy Taylor, Oak, Danjahandz and more.
                                                                                           Ive also been in the lab with Kat Deluna, Scott
                                                                                           Storch, Dallas Austin & More.

(Slick) What’s something interesting that people may not know about you?
(Q. Storm) People initially think I'm a gimmick usually just based off my appearance but I'm
 not a product of a formula!
(Slick) Do you have any big shows or events coming up in the near future?
(Q. Storm) I will be having a red carpet mixtape release party at The Kennedy August 15th.
(Slick)Where can people go on-line to find your music?
(Q. Storm) Google, Datpiff, Youtube etc. any site with music! (LOL)
(Slick) Would you like to add anything else?
(Q. Storm) Hit me up on twitter @QuintonStorm
(Slick) Thanks for your time, keep us updated on what you’re doing!
(Q. Storm) Yessir!!! thanks Slick! God Bless
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                                                                   Request Line: (888) 746-1035 Main Office: (916) 440-9500
Little Rock, KHTE 96.5 FM (Urban) Request Line: (501) 433-0965     http://www.1035thebomb.com                                       Hartford, WTIC 96.5 FM/96.5 TIC-FM (Hot AC) Request Line:     Fort Walton Beach, WZNS 96.5 Z-96 FM (Top 40) Request
Fax: (501) 228-4610 http://www.hot965.com
                                                                                                                                    (860) 247-9696 Fax: (860) 678-3952 http://www.965tic.com      Line: (850) 664-0965 Fort Walton Request Line: (850) 936-
                                                                   Salinas, KDON 102.5 FM (Top 40) Request Line: (831) 755-8181
Little Rock, KOKY 102.1 FM (Urban Contemporary) Phone Line:        http://www.kdon.com/                                                                                                           9996 Pensacola www.z96.com
                                                                                                                                    Hartford, WRCH 100.5 FM/Lite 100.5 FM (Adult
(501) 401-0200 http://www.koky.com
                                                                                                                                    Contemporary) Request Line: (800) 530-1005 Fax: (860) 677-    Gainesville, WYKS 105.3 FM/Kiss 105.3 (Top 40) Request
                                                                   Sacramento, KSFM 102.5 FM (Urban) Request Line: (916) 766-       LITE http://www.wrch.com
Little Rock, Power 105.7 Request Line: ( 479) 521-5566             KSFM Business Line: (916) 920-1025 http://www.ksfm.com                                                                         Line: (352) 331-2200 Toll Free Request Line: (800) 330-1053
http://www.northwestarkansasradio.com                                                                                                                                                             Fax: (353) 331-0401 http://www.kiss1053.com
                                                                                                                                    Hartford, WPHH 104.1 FM/Power 104.1 (Urban) Request
                                                                   San Diego, KHTS 93.3 FM/Channel 93.3 (Top 40) Request Line:      Line: (860) 247-1041 Toll Free Request Line: (877) 247-1041
power 105.7 (Urban Contemporary) Request Line: (501) 666-3699      (619) 570-1933 http://www.channel933.com                                                                                       Jacksonville, WAPE 95.1 FM/WAPE FM (Top 40) Request
                                                                                                                                    http://www.power1041.com                                      Line: (904) 998-9595 Toll Free Request Line: (800) 475-9595
Fax: (501) 666-9699 http://www.kyfx.com
                                                                   San Diego, XHTZ 90.3 FM/Jammin? Z-90 (Urban) Request Line:                                                                     http://wape951.com
                                                                                                                                    Ledyard, CT WWRX Jammin 107.7 Request Line: 860 - 464
CALIFORNIA                                                         (858) 570-1903 Fax: (858) 715-3190 http://www.z90.com            -1077 http://www.jammin1077.com                               Jacksonville, WFKS 97.9 FM/KISS FM 97.9 (Top 40) Request
Bakersfield, KISV 94.1 FM (Top 40) Phone Line: (661) 328-1410
http://www.hot941.com                                              San Francisco, KMEL 106.1 FM (Urban) Phone Line: (415) 896-                                                                    Line: (904) 739-2979 http://www.979kissfm.com
                                                                                                                                    New Haven, WKCI 101.3 FM/KC101 (Top 40) Request Line:
                                                                   5635 http://www.106kmel.com                                      (203) 230-1013 Business Line: (203) 281-9600
Bakersfield, KKXX 96.5 FM (Urban) Request Line (661) 842-0965                                                                                                                                     Jacksonville, WHJX 105.7 FM/Hot 105.7 (Urban) Office Line:
                                                                                                                                    http://www.kc101.com                                          (904) 680-1050 Fax: (904) 680-1051 http://www.whjx.biz
Fax: (661) 322-9239 http://www.965kissfm.com                       San Francisco, KYLD 94.9 FM/Wild 94.9 (Urban) Phone Line:
                                                                   (415) 356-0949 http://www.wild949.com                            New Haven, WYBC 94.3 FM (Urban Contemporary) Hot Line:
Chico, Club 96.7 FM Request Line: (530) 342-1967 E-mail:                                                                                                                                          Jacksonville, WJBT 92.7 FM/92.7 The Beat Jamz (Urban)
                                                                                                                                    (203) 562-9430 Toll Free Hot Line: (800) 227-7685             Request Line: (904) 696-BEAT http://www.wjbt.com
info@club967.com http://club967.com/                               Santa Barbara, KIST 107.7 FM/107 Kiss FM (Urban) Request Line:   http://www.wybc.com
                                                                   (805) 879-5477 Fax: (805) 879-8430 http://www.107kissfm.com
Fresno, KVSR 101.1 FM (Top 40) Request Line: (559) 247-Y101                                                                                                                                       Jacksonville, WSOL 101.5 FM/V-101.5 FM (Urban
                                                                                                                                    New London, WQGN 105 FM Request Line: (860)443-1055           Contemporary) Request Line: (904) 751-1015
Main Line: (559) 490-1011 http://www.y101hits.com                  Santa Barbara, KCAQ 104.7 FM/Q104.7 (Urban) Studio Line:         http://www.q105.fm                                            http://www.v1015.com
                                                                   (805) 654-1526 Fax: (805) 289-1533 http://www.q1047.com
Fresno, Q97 FM (Urban) Request Line: (559) 255-9797
http://www.q97.com                                                 Santa Cruz, KDON 102.5 (Urban) Phone Line: (888) 558-5366                                                                      Melbourne, WAIA 107.1 FM (Top 40) Request Line: (321)
                                                                   http://www.kdon.com                                                                                                            984-1071 http://www.wa1a.com
                                                          Tampa, WFLZ 93.3 FM/93.3 FM FLZ (Top 40) Toll Free          Chicago, WTMX 101.9 FM/101.9 The Mix (Top 40) Request         IOWA
Miami, WHYQ 100.7 FM/Y100 (Top 40) Request Line:
                                                          Request Line: (800) 409-9393 http://www.933flz.com          Line: (773) 591-6800 http://www.wtmx.com                      Davenport, WHTS 98.9 FM/All Hit 98.9 (Top 40) Request
(866) 645-9100 http://www.y100miami.com
                                                                                                                                                                                    Line: (319) 355-9890 http://www.allhit989.com
                                                          West Palm Beach, WLDI 95.5 FM/WiLD 95.5 FM (Top 40)         Chicago, WKSC 103.5 FM/Kiss 103.5 (Top 40) Request Line:
Miami, WEDR 99.1 FM/99 Jamz (Urban) Request Line:
                                                          Request Line: (561) 550-9550 Fax: (561) 881-8880            591-1035 http://www.kiss1035.com                              Des Moines, KKDM 107.5 FM/Kiss 107.5 (Top 40)
(866) 991-JAMZ http://wedr.com
                                                          http://www.wild955.com                                                                                                    Request Line: (515) 282-1075 http://www.kkdm.com
Miami, WHQT 105.1 FM/Hot 105FM (Urban) Request                                                                        Chicago, WGCI 107.5 FM (Urban) Request Line: (312) 591-
                                                          GEORGIA                                                     1075 http://www.wgci.com                                      Des Moines, KDRB 106.3 FM/106.3 The Beat (Urban)
Line: (888) 550-9105 http://hot105fm.com
                                                          Atlanta, WSTR 94.1 FM/Star94 (Top 40) Request Line: (404)                                                                 http://www.1063thebeat.com
                                                          741-9400 http://www.star94.com                              Chicago, WPWX 92.3 FM/Power 92 (Urban) Office Line: (219)
Miami, WMIB 103.5 FM/103.5 The Beat (Urban) Request
Line: (866) 964-BEAT http://www.thebeatmiami.com                                                                      933-4455 Fax Line: (219) 933-0323                             KANSAS
                                                          Atlanta, WBTS 95.5 FM/95.5 The Beat (Top 40) Request        http://www.power92chicago.com                                 Kansas City, WMXV 93.3 FM (Top 40) Request Line: (816)
                                                          Line: (404) 741-0955 http://955thebeat.com                                                                                576-7093 http://www.mix93.com
Miami, WPOW 96.5 FM/Power 96 (Urban) Phone Line:
(305) 550-9696 http://www.power96.com                                                                                 Chicago, WVAZ 102.7 FM/V-103 (Urban AC) Request Line:
                                                          Alanta, HOT 1079 http://www.hot1079atl.com/home.asp         (312) 591-8103 http://www.v103.com                            Lawrence, KLZR 105.9 FM/Lazer 105.9 (Top 40) Request
                                                          Request Line: (404)-741-1079                                                                                              Line: (785) 842-1059 Toll Free Request Line: (877) 842-
Miami, WHYQ 100.7 FM/Y100 (Top 40) Request Line:
(866) 645-9100 http://www.y100miami.com                                                                               Peoria, WZPW 92.3 FM/Power 92 (Urban) Phone Line: (309)       1059 http://www.lazer.com
                                                          Atlanta, WWWQ 100.5 FM/Q100 FM (Top 40) Request Line:       686-0101/(866) 686-9292 http://www.power92.net
                                                          (404) 741-1005 http://www.q100atlanta.com                                                                                 Witchita, KKRD 107.3 FM (Top 40) Request Line: (316)
Orlando, WXXL 106.7 FM/XL 106.7 FM (Top 40) Request
Line: (407) 919-1067 Toll Free Request Line: (877) 919-                                                               Peoria, MIX 105.7 (Urban AC) Toll Free Request Line: (877)    436-KKRD http://www.1073kkrd.com
                                                          Atlanta, WFOX 97.1 FM/97.1 Jamz (Urban) Request Line:       282-4649 http://www.mix1057.com
1067 http://www.wxxl.com
                                                          (770) 953-9369 http://www.q100atlanta.com                                                                                 Witchita, KDGS 93.9 FM/Power 93.9 (Urban) Phone Line:
Orlando, WCFB 94.5 FM/Star 94.5 (Urban                                                                                Rockford, WZOK 97.7 FM (Top 40) Request Line: (815) 229-      (316) 436-1093 http://www.power939.com
                                                          Atlanta, WVEE 103.3 FM/V-103 FM (Urban) Request Line:       5100 Office Line: 815-399-2233 Fax Line: 815-399-8148
Contemporary) Request Line: (407) 294-2945
                                                          (404) 741-9833 http://www.wvee.com                          http://www.97zok.com                                          KENTUCKY
                                                                                                                                                                                    Lexington, WLKT 104.5 FM/104.5 The Cat (Top 40)
                                                          Augusta, WPRW 107.7 FM (Urban) Request Line: (803) 819-     Springfield, WDBR 103.7 FM (Top 40) Request Line: (217)       Request Line: (606) 254-7509 http://wlkt.com
Orlando, WJHM 101.9 FM/102 Jamz (Urban) Request
                                                          1077 www.power107.net                                       789-4487 http://www.wdbr.com
Line: (407) 919-0102 Toll Free Request Line: (877) 919-
0102 http://www.102jamzorlando.com                                                                                                                                                  Lexington, WBTF 107.9 FM/107.9 The Beat (Urban)
                                                          Macon, WRBV 101.7 FM/V101.7 (Urban AC) Phone Line:          INDIANA                                                       Request Line: (859) 280-2328
98.7 FM/WiLD 98.7 FM (Urban) Request Line: (727) 568-     (478) 781-1062 Fax Line: (478) 781-6711                     Bloomington, WBWB 96.7 FM/B97 (Top 40) Request Line:          http://www.1079thebeat.com
0987 Toll Free Request Line: (800) 758-9870               http://www.v1017.com                                        (812) 336-7000 http://www.wbwb.com
http://www.wild987.fm                                                                                                                                                               Louisville, WDJX 99.7 FM/99.7 DJX (Top 40) Request Line:
                                                          Macon, WIBB 97.9 FM (Urban) Office Line: (478) 781-1063     Fort Wayne, WJFX 107.9 FM/Hot 107.9 (Urban) Phone Line:       571-9970 http://www.wdjx.com
Palm Beach, WLDI 95.5 FM/WILD 95.5 (Urban) Request        http://www.wibb.com                                         (260) 493-9539 http://www.hot1079online.com
Line: (866) 550-9550 Fax Line: (561) 881-8880                                                                                                                                       Louisville, WGZB 96.5 FM/B96 Jams (Urban) Phone Line:
http://www.wild955.com                                    Savannah, WEAS 93.1 FM/E93 (Urban) Request Line: (866)      Indianapolis, WNOU 93.1 FM (Top 40) Request Line: (317)
                                                                                                                                                                                    (502) 625-1220 http://www.b96jams.com
                                                          399-0093 http://www.e93.com                                 236-9357 http://www.radionow931.com
Panama City, WEBZ 93.5 FM/93.5 The Beat (Urban)                                                                                                                                     Paducah, WDDJ 96.9 FM/Electric 96.9 FM (Top 40)
Phone Line: (850) 914-2328                                HAWAII                                                      Indianapolis, WZPL 99.5 FM (Top 40) Toll Free Request Line:
                                                                                                                                                                                    Request Line: 534-4969 Toll Free Request Line: (888)
http://www.935thebeat.com                                 Honolulu, KDDB 102.7 FM/Da Bomb 102.7 (Urban) Phone         (877) 385-0099 http://www.wzpl.com
                                                                                                                                                                                    534-4969 http://www.electric969.com
                                                          Line: (808) 591-9369
Tallahassee, WBWT 100.7 FM/100.7 The Beat (Urban)                                                                     Indianapolis, WHHH 96.3 FM/Hot 96 (Urban) Request Line:
Studio Line: (850) 201-BEAT Fax: (850) 383-0747           Honolulu, KIKI 93.9 FM/Hot 93.9 (Urban) Request Line:       (317) 239-9696 http://www.hot963.com/
                                                                                                                                                                                    Baton Rouge, WFMF 102.5 FM (Top 40) Request Line:
http://www.1007thebeat.com                                (808) 296-9494 http://www.hot939.com Honolulu, KPVS                                                                       499-1025 http://www.wfmf.com
                                                          95.9FM (Urban) Request Line: 808-296-2328                   Lafayette, WXXB 102.9 (Top 40) Request Line: (765) 448-
Tallahassee, WHBX 96.1 FM/96.1 Jamz (Urban)               www.dabeatfm.com                                            1029 http://www.b1029.com
                                                                                                                                                                                    Baton Rouge, WEMX 94.1 FM/Max 94.1 (Urban) Request
http://www.961jamz.com                                                                                                                                                              Line: 499-9410 Toll Free Request Line: (888) 499-9410
                                                          Kaneohe, KXME 104.3 FM (Urban) Request Line: (808) 296-     Lafayette, WAZY 96.5 FM (Top 40) Request Line: (765) 474-
Tallahassee, WHTF 104.9 FM/Hot 104.9 (Top 40) Request     1043 http://1043xme.com                                     7400 http://www.wazy.com
Line: (850) 383-1049 Fax: (850) 422-1897                                                                                                                                            Lafayette, KSMB 94.5 FM (Top 40) Request Line: (318)
http://www.hot1049.com                                    IDAHO                                                       South Bend, WNDV 92.9 FM (Top 40) Request Line: (219)
                                                                                                                                                                                    232-1311 http://www.ksmb.com
                                                          Boise, KZMG 93.1 FM/Magic 93.1 (Top 40) Request Line:       289-9393 http://www.u93.com
Tampa, WLLD                                               (208) 375-9393 http://www.magic93.com                                                                                     Lafayette, KRRQ 95.5 FM/Q-95.5 (Urban) Request Line:
Tampa, WTMP 96.1 FM/Hot 96.1 FM (Urban) Business          ILLINOIS                                                    South Bend, WSMK 99.1 FM (Urban) Phone Line: (269) 683-
                                                                                                                                                                                    (337) 920-1955 Fax Line: (337) 988-0443
Line: (813) 620-1300 http://www.hot961.com                Bloomington, WBNQ 101.5 FM (Top 40) Request Line: (309)     4343 http://www.wsmkradio.com
                                                          828-1015 http://www.wbnq.com
                                                                                                                      Terre Haute, WMGI 100.7 FM/Mix 100.7 (Top 40) Request
                                                                                                                                                                                    New Orleans, WEZB 97.1 FM/B97 (Top 40) Request Line:
                                                          Chicago, WBBM 96.3 FM/B96 (Top 40) Request Line: (312)      Line: (812) 232-4161 http://www.1007mixfm.com
                                                                                                                                                                                    260-9797 Toll Free Request Line: (888) 340-9797
                                                          591-9696 Fax Line: (312) 591-1773 http://www.b96.com                                                                      http://www.b97.com
                                                              MICHIGAN                                                        MISSOURI                                                      NEVADA
New Orleans, KUMX 104.1 FM/Kiss FM 104.1 (Top 40)
                                                              Battle Creek, WKFR 103.3 FM (Top 40) Request Line: (616)        Columbia, KTXY 107 FM/Y107 (Top 40) Request Line: 441-        Las Vegas, KLUC 98.5 FM (Top 40) Request Line: (702) 364-
Request Line: (504) 260-1041 Toll Free Request Line: (800)
                                                              978-1033 http://www.wkfr.com                                    9107 Toll Free Request Line: (800) 500-9107                   9898 http://www.kluc.com
949-1041 http://www.themix1041.com
                                                              Charlevoix, WKGQ 105.9 FM/106 KHQ (Top 40) Phone Line:                                                                        Las Vegas, KFMS 101.9 FM/Wild 102 (Top 40) Request Line:
New Orleans, WQUE 93.3 FM/Q93 (Urban) Request Line:
                                                              (231) 347-8713 http://www.106khq.com                            Columbia, KOQL 106.1 FM/Q106.1 (Top 40) Phone Line:           (702) 734-1019 http://www.wild102.com
(504) 260-9393 http://www.q93.com
                                                                                                                              (573) 443-1524 http://www.q1061.com
                                                              Detroit, WKQI 95.5 FM/Channel 95.5 (Top 40) Request Line:                                                                     Las Vegas, KCEP 88.1 FM/Power 88 (Urban) Request Line:
Shreveport, KRUF 94.5/K94.5 (Top 40) Request Line: 320-9436
                                                              (313) 298-9595 http://www.channel955.com                        Kansas City, KCHZ 95.7 FM/Z95.7 (Top 40) Request Line:        (702) 647-3688 http://www.power88lv.com
                                                                                                                              576-7957 http://www.z957.net
                                                              Detroit, WJLB 97.9 FM (Urban) Request Line: (313) 298-7098                                                                    Las Vegas, KVEG 97.5 FM/Hot 97.5 (Urban) Request Line:
Shreveport, KDKS 102.1 FM/Hot 102 (Urban) Phone Line:
                                                              http://www.fm98wjlb.com                                         Kansas City, KMXV 93.3 FM/Mix 93 (Top 40) Request Line:       (702) 320-5834 http://www.kvegas.com
(318) 320-1021 http://www.kdks1021.com
                                                                                                                              (816) 576-7093 http://www.mix93.com
                                                              Flint, WWCK 105.5 FM (Top 40) Request Line: 251-5105                                                                          Reno, KWNZ 97.3 FM (Urban) Request Line: (775) 793-
                                                              http://www.wwck.com                                             Kansas City, KSRC 102.1 FM/Star 102 (Adult Contemporary)      1234 http://www.kwnz.com
Portland, WJBQ 97.9 FM/Q97.9 (Top 40) Request Line: (207)
                                                                                                                              Request Line: (816) 576-7102 http://www.star102.com
775-7979 http://www.wjbq.com
                                                              Flint, WRCL 93.7 FM/Club 93.7 (Urban) Toll Free Request Line:                                                                 Reno, KYWD 102.9 FM/Wild 102.9 (Urban) Phone Line:
                                                              (866) CLUB-937 http://www.club937.com                           Kansas City, KPRS 103.3 FM/Hot 103 Jamz (Urban) Request       (775) 325-6358 http://www.wild1029.com
Portland, WRED 95.9 FM/Red Hot 95 (Urban) Phone Line:
                                                                                                                              Line: (816) 576-7103 http://www.kprs.com
(207) 773-9695 http://www.redhot959.com
                                                              Grand Rapids, WSNX 104.5 (Top 40) Request Line: (616) 770-                                                                    NEW HAMPSHIRE
                                                              8104 Toll Free Request Line: (877) 320-1045                     Springfield, KHTO 106.7 FM/Hot 106.7 (Top 40) Request         Franklin, WFTN 94.1 FM/Mix 94.1 (Top 40) Request Line:
                                                              http://www.wsnx.com                                             Line: (417) 577-7HOT http://www.hot1067.com                   (603) 934-2500 http://www.mix941fm.com
Baltimore, WERQ 92.3 FM/92Q Jams (Urban) Request Line:
(410) 481-9292 Fax Line: (410) 244-1923
                                                              Lansing, WHZZ 101.7 FM/Z101.7 (Top 40) Request Line: (517)      Springfield, KSPW 96.5 FM/Power 96.5 (Top 40) Request         Hanover, WGXL 92.3 FM/XL92.3 (Top 40) Studio Line: (603)
                                                              363-4101 http://www.z1017fm.com                                 Line: (417) 862-9965 http://www.power965jams.com              448-9295 Toll Free Studio Line: (866) 755-XL92
Delmarva, WSBY 98.9 Magic FM (Urban) Request Line: (410)
                                                              Saginaw, WIOG 102.5 FM (Top 40) Toll Free Request Line:         St. Louis, KYKY 98.1 FM/Y98 (Top 40) Request Line: (314)
572-6798 http://www.wsby.com
                                                              (877) 330-9464 http://www.wiog.com                              969-9898 http://www.y98.com                                   Nashua, WHOB 106.3 FM (Top 40) Phone Line: (603) 889-
                                                                                                                                                                                            1063 http://www.whob.com
Lanham, WPGC 95.5 FM Request Line: (202) 432-9595
                                                              Saginaw, WTLZ 107.1 FM/Hot 107 (Urban)                          St. Louis, KSLZ 107.7 FM/Z107.7 (Top 40) Request Line:
                                                              http://www.hotwtlz.com                                          (314) 969-1077 Toll Free Request Line: (888) 570-1077         Portsmouth, WERZ 107.1 FM (Top 40) Toll Free Request
                                                                                                                              http://www.z1077.com                                          Line: (888) 666-1071 http://www.werz.com
Ocean City, WOCQ 103.9 FM/OC 104 (Urban) Phone Line:
(302) 856-2567 http://www.oc104.com                           MINNESOTA
                                                              Minneapolis, KDWB 101.3 FM (Top 40) Request Line: (651)         St. Louis, KEZK 102.5 FM (Adult Contemporary) Request         NEW JERSEY
                                                              989-KDWB http://www.kdwb.com                                    Line: (314) 969-1025 http://www.kezk.com                      Atlantic City, WAYV 95.1 FM (Top 40) Request Line: (609)
Rockville, WIHT 99.5 FM (Urban) Request Line: 1-877-995-
                                                                                                                                                                                            484-8444 http://951wayv.com
HOT1 (4681) www.hot995.com
                                                              Minneapolis, KTTB 96.3 FM/B96 (Urban) Request Line: (651)       St. Louis, KATZ 100.3 FM/100.3 The Beat (Urban) Studio
                                                              989-4296 http://www.b96online.com                               Line: (314) 969-1000 Toll Free Studio Line: (800) 54-100-FM   Atlantic City, WZBZ 99.3 FM The Buzz (Urban) Request
                                                                                                                              http://www.katzfm.com                                         Line: (609) 569-9938 http://www.993thebuzz.com
Boston, WXKS 108 FM/Kiss 108 (Top 40) Request Line: (617)
931-1108 http://www.kissfm.com                                Rochester, KROC 106.9 FM (Top 40) Request Line: 507-281-
                                                              2400 Fax: 507-280-0000 http://www.kroc.com                      MONTANA                                                       Trenton, WPST 97.5 FM/97.5PST (Top 40) Request Line:
                                                                                                                              Billings, KYYA 93.3 FM/Y93.3 (Top 40) Request Line: (406)     (609) 243-WPST Toll Free Request Line: (800) 248-WPST
Boston, WQSX 93.7 FM/Star 93.7 (Top 40) Request Line: (617)                                                                   655-0993 Fax Line: (406) 652-4899 http://www.y93.com
                                                              St. Cloud, KCLD 104.7 FM (Top 40) Request Line: (320) 251-                                                                    http://www.wpst.com
931-1293 Studio Fax: (617) 931-STAR
http://www.star937fm.com                                      KCLD Toll Free Request Line: (888) 550-KCLD
                                                              http://www.1047kcld.com                                         Missoula, KXDR 98.7 (Top 40) Request Line: (406) 728-5000     NEW MEXICO
                                                                                                                              http://www.starfm.net/                                        Albuquerque, KPEK 100.3 FM/100.3 The Peak (Top 40)
Boston, WBMX 98.5 FM/Mix 98.5 (Top 40) Request Line:
                                                              St. Cloud, KISS 96.7 FM (Urban) Request Line: (320) 257-KISS                                                                  Studio Line: (505) 299-7325 http://www.1003thepeak.com
(617) 931-1234 http://www.mix985.com                                                                                          NEBRASKA
                                                              MISSISSIPPI                                                                                                                   Albuquerque, KKSS 97.3 FM/Kiss 97.3 (Urban) Request
Boston, WJMN 94.5 FM/Jam'N 94.5 (Urban) Phone Line: (617)                                                                     Kearney, KQKY 105.9 FM/Hits 106 (Top 40) Request Line:
                                                              Columbus, WMSU 92.1 FM/Power 92 (Urban) Toll Free                                                                             Line: (505) 262-KISS http://www.kiss973.com
931-1945 http://www.jamn945.com Boston, WILD 97.7 FM                                                                          (308) 236-6465 http://www.kqky.com
                                                              Request Line: (800) 252-0092 http://www.power92fm.net
                                                                                                                                                                                            Albuquerque, KYLZ 106.3 FM/Wild 106 (Urban) Phone
Cape Cod, WRZE 96.3 FM/96.3 The Rose (Top 40) Toll Free                                                                       Omaha, KBLR 107.7 FM/Hot 107.7 (Urban) Request Line:
                                                              Gulfport, WJZD 94.5 FM/JZ-94.5 (Urban) Request Line: (228)                                                                    Line: (505) 878-0980 http://www.wild106.net
Request Line: (800) 388-7673 http://www.therose.net                                                                           (402) 827-1077 http://www.hot1077.com
                                                              896-9455 Toll Free Request Line: (866) 945-9455
                                                              http://www.wjzd.com                                                                                                           Farmington, KAZX 102.9 & 107.7 FM (Top 40) Request Line:
Fairhaven, WFHN 107.1 FM/Fun 107 (Top 40) Request Line:                                                                       Omaha, KQCH 94.1 FM/Channel 94.1 (Urban) Request Line:        877-591-0200 - toll free http://www.star1029.com
(508) 994-1071 http://fun107.com                                                                                              (402) 592-5300 http://www.channel941.com
                                                              Jackson, WYOY 101.7 FM/Y101.7 (Top 40) Request Line: (601)
                                                              995-1017 http://www.y101.com                                                                                                  Roswell, KBCQ 97.1 FM/Hot 97 (Top 40) Request Line:
Quincy, WILD 97.7 FM (Urban) Request Line: (617) 472-9447
                                                              Jackson, WJMI 99.7 FM/99 Jamz (Urban)                                                                                         (505) 623-9467 http://roswellradio.org/kbcq
NEW YORK                                                          NO RT H CA RO LI NA                                          Cincinnati, WKRQ 101.9 FM/Q102 (Top 40) Request Line: (513)         Portland, KXJM 95.5 FM/Jammin 95.5 (Urban) Request Line:
Albany, WFLY 92 FM/FLY 92 FM (Top 40) Request Line: (518) 476-    Charlotte, WNKS 95.1 FM/Kiss 95.1 (Top 40) Request Line:     749-2320 http://www.wkrq.com                                        (503) 417-9595 Toll Free Request Line: (800) 378-2795
9200 http://www.fly92.com                                         (704) 344-8237 http://www.kiss951.com                                                                                            http://www.jamminfm.com
                                                                                                                               Cincinnati, WKFS 107.1 FM/Kiss 107.1 (Top 40) Request Line: (513)
Albany, WAJZ 96.3 FM/Jamz 96.3 (Urban) Phone Line: (518) 786-     Charlotte, WPEG 97.9 FM/Power 98 (Urban) Phone Line:         749-1071 http://www.kiss107fm.com                                   PENNSYLVANIA
6600 http://www.jamz963.com                                       (704) 570-9734 http://www.power98fm.com                                                                                          Allentown, WAEB 104 FM/B104 (Top 40) Request Line: (610)
                                                                                                                               Cincinnati, WIZF 100.9 FM/The Wiz (Urban) Phone Line: (513)         720-1041 http://www.b104.com
Buffalo, WKSE 98.5 FM/Kiss 98.5 (Top 40) Request Line: (716)      Durham, WDCG 105.1 FM/G105 (Top 40) Request Line: (919)      749-1009 http://www.wizfm.com
644-9850 http://www.kiss985.com                                   860-1051 http://www.g105.com                                                                                                     Erie, WRTS 103.7 FM/Star 104 (Top 40) Request Line: (814)
                                                                                                                               Cleveland, WAKS 96.5 FM/Kiss 96.5 (Top 40) Request Line: (216)      455-9104 http://www.star104.com
Buffalo, WBLK 93.7 FM (Urban) Request Line: (716) 852-9393        Durham, WQOK 97.5 FM/K97.5 (Urban) Toll Free Request         578-9650 Toll Free Request Line: (866) 585-9650
http://www.wblk.com                                               Line: (800) 321-5975 http://www.k975.com                     http://www.kissfm965.com                                            Harrisburg, WNNK 104.1 FM/Wink 104 (Top 40) Request
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Line: (717) 234-WINK Toll Free Request Line: (800) WINK-104
Buffalo, CKEY 101.1 FM/Wild 101 (Urban) Toll Free Request Line:   Fayetteville, WCCG 104.5 FM/Hot 104.5 (Urban) Phone Line:    Columbus, WNCI 97.9 FM (Top 40) Request Line: (614) 821-WNCI        http://www.wink104.com
(866) 461-WILD http://www.wild101.com                             (910) 484-4932 http://www.hot1045fm.com                      Toll Free Request Line: (800) 822-WNCI http://www.wnci.com
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Harrisburg, WWKL 92.1 FM/Hot 92 (Urban) Office Line: (717)
Elmira, WLVY 94.3 FM/94 Rock (Top 40) Request Line: (607) 733-    Fayetteville, WZFX 99.1 FM/Foxy 99 (Urban) Phone Line:       Columbus, WCKX 107.5 FM/Power 107 (Urban) Phone Line: (614)         238-1041 http://www.hot92.com
5690 http://www.wlvy94rock.com                                    (910) 486-4114 http://www.foxy99.com                         487-1444 http://www.power1075.com
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Lancester, WLAN 96.9 FM/FM 97 WLAN (Top 40) Request
Long Island, WBLI 106.1 (Top 40) Request Line: (631) 955-9BLI     Greensboro, WKZL 107.5 FM (Top 40) Toll Free Request Line:   Dayton, WDKF 94.5 FM/Kiss 94.5 (Top 40) On-Air Studio Line:         Line: (717) 397-FM97 Toll Free Request Line: (800) 969-
http://wbli.com                                                   (800) 682-1075 http://www.1075kzl.com                        (937) 457-0945 http://www.945kissfm.com                             WLAN http://www.fm97.com

Long Island, WBEA 101.7 The Beat (Top 40) Request Line: 866-      Greensboro, WGBT 94.5 FM/94.5 The Beat (Urban) Request       Dayton, WDHT 102.9 FM/Hot 102.9 (Urban) Request Line: (937)         Philadelphia, WIOQ 102.1/Q102 (Top 40) Request Line: (215)
350-1017 www.1017thebeat.com                                      Line: (336) 883-2328 http://www.945thebeat.com               457-1029 http://www.hot1029.com                                     263-1021 Toll Free Request Line: (800) 521-1021
New York City, WHTZ 100.3/Z100 (Top 40) Request Line: (212)       Greensboro, WJMH 102.1 FM/102 Jamz (Urban) Phone Line:       Mansfield, WYHT 105 FM (Hot AC) Request Line: (419) 529-2211
239-2300 Toll Free Request Line: (800) 242-0100                   (336) 605-5200 http://www.102jamz.com                        http://www.wyht.com                                                 Philadelphia, WUSL 98.9 FM/Power 99 (Urban) Request Line:
http://www.z100.com                                                                                                                                                                                (215) 483-8900 or (800) 669-99FM
                                                                  N ew B ern , WRHT 96.3 / Hot 96 FM (To p 4 0) To ll Fre e    Toledo, WVKS 92.5 FM/Kiss 92.5 (Top 40) Request Line: (419) 240-    http://www.power99.com
New York City, WKTU 103.5 FM (Top 40) Toll Free Request Line:     Req uest Lin e: (8 00) 849 - 46 88                           1547 http://www.925kissfm.com
(800) 245-1035 http://www.ktu.com                                 http: // ww w.t heh otfm. co m                                                                                                   Philadelphia, WLDW 96.5 FM (Urban) Studio Line: (215) 263-
                                                                                                                               Toledo, WJUC 107.3 FM/The Juice (Urban) Phone Line: (419) 861-      9650 or (856) 541-9650 Comment Line: (610) 664-0275 or
New York City, WBLS 107.5 (Urban) Request Line: (212) 545-1075    New Bern, WIKS 101.9 FM/102 Kiss FM (Urban) Phone Line:      9582 http://www.thejuice1073.com                                    (877) 965-7547 http://www.965online.com
http://wbls.com                                                   (252) 633-1500 On Air Phone Line: (252) 633-6102
                                                                  http://www.kiss102.com                                       Youngstown, WAKZ 95.9 FM/95.9 KISS FM (Top 40) Request Line:        Philadelphia, 103.9 The Beat FM (Urban) Request Line: (610)
New York City, WQHT 97.1 FM/Hot 97 (Urban) Toll Free Request                                                                   (330) 965-1KISS http://www.thebeat959.com                           276-1100
Line: (800) 223-9797 http://www.hot97.com                         Washington, WERO 93.3 FM/Bob 93.3 (Top 40) Toll Free
                                                                  Request Line: (800) 260-0933 http://www.bob933.com           Youngstown, WHOT 101.1 FM/Hot 101 (Top 40) Studio Line: (330)       Pittsburgh, WBZZ 93.7 FM/94 BZZ FM (Top 40) Request Line:
New York City, WWPR 105.1 FM/Power 105.1 (Urban) Toll Free                                                                     781-WHOT Toll Free Studio Line: (866) 539-WHOT                      (412) 333-9494 http://937bzz.com
Request Line: (800) 585-1051 http://www.power1051fm.com           Wilmington, WMNX 97.3 FM/Coast 97.3 (Urban) Studio           http://www.hot101.com
New York City, WKTU 103.5 FM (Top 40) Request Line: 800-245-      Line: (910) 763-0973 http://www.coast973.com                                                                                     Pittsburgh, WKST 96.1 FM/Kiss FM 96.1 (Top 40) Request
1035 http://www.ktu.com                                                                                                        OKLAHOMA                                                            Line: (412) 333-KISS http://www.kissfm961.com
                                                                  NORTH DAKOTA                                                 Oklahoma City, KKWD 97.9 FM/Wild 97.9 (Top 40) Request Line:
Oneonta, WSRK 103.9FM (Top 40) Request Line(607)432-1857          Bismarck, KYYY 92.9 FM/Y 93 (Top 40) Business Line: (701)    (405) 460-WILD http://wild979.com                                   Pittsburgh, WAMO 106.7 FM/106 Jamz (Urban) Phone Line:
http://www.wsrk.com                                               224-9393 Toll Free Business Line: (800) 472-2170                                                                                 (412) 471-2181 or (412) 488-8257 http://www.wamo.com
                                                                  http://www.y93.fm                                            Oklahoma City, KISS 98.9 FM (Top 40) Request Line: (405) 460-
Plattsburgh , WXXX 95.5 FM (Top 40) Request Line: 888-805-9595                                                                 9899 http://www.kyis.com                                            Wilkes-Barre, WKRZ 98.5 FM (Top 40) Phone Line: (570) 883-
http://www.95triplex.com                                          Fargo, WDAY 93.7 FM/Y 94 (Top 40) Studio Line: (701) 237-                                                                        9850 http://www.wkrz.com
                                                                  HITS Toll Free Studio Line: (888) 832-4Y94                   Oklahoma City, KJYO 102.7 FM/KJ-103 (Top 40) Request Line:
Rochester, WPXY 97.9 FM/98PXY (Top 40) Request Line: (716)        http://www.y94.com                                           (405) 460-1027 http://www.kj103fm.com                               Wilkes-Barre, WBHT 97BHT (Top 40) Phone Line: (570) 824-
222-9800 http://www.wpxy.com                                                                                                                                                                       9000 http://www.97bht.com
                                                                  Grand Forks, KKXL 92.9 FM/XL93 (Top 40) Request Line:        Tulsa, KHTT 106.9 FM/106.9 KHITS (Top 40) Request Line: (918)
Rochester, WDKX 103.9 FM (Urban) Phone Line: (585) 262-2050       (701) 746-9393 http://www.xl93.com                           460-1069 http://www.khits.com                                       RHODE ISLAND
http://www.wdkx.com                                               O HI O                                                                                                                           Providence, WPRO 92 FM (Top 40) Request Line: (401) 224-
                                                                  Akron, WKDD 98.1 FM (Top 40) Request Line: (330) 370-        Tulsa, KTBT 101.5 FM/101.5 The Beat (Urban) Phone Line: (918)       1234 http://www.92profm.com
Syracuse, WNTQ 93.1 FM/93Q (Top 40) Request Line: (315) 421-      9533 Toll Free Request Line: (800) 372-9533                  460-1015 http://www.1015thebeat.com
9393 http://www.93q.com                                           http://www.wkdd.com                                          OREGON
                                                                                                                               Portland, KKRZ 100.3 FM/Z100 100.3 (Top 40) Request Line: (503)     Providence, WWKX 106.3 FM/Hot 106 (Urban) Request Line:
Syracuse, WWHT 107.9 FM/Hot 107.9 (Top 40) Request Line:          Cincinnati, WVMX 94.1 FM/Mix 94.1 (Top 40) Request Line:     733-5100 or (503) 460-0100 http://www.z100portland.com              (401) 224-1063 Toll Free Request Line: (888) 224-1063
(315) 421-1079 http://www.hot1079.com                             (513) 449-3694 http://www.wvmx.com                                                                                               http://www.hot1063.com
SOUTH CAROLINA                                                 TEXAS
                                                               Amarillo, KPRF 98.7 FM/Power 98.7(Top 40) Request Line: (806)       Killeen, KIIZ 92.3 FM (Urban) Request Line: (254) 699-5683       WASHINGTON
Charleston, WSSX 95.1 FM (Top 40) Request Line: (843) 721-
                                                               355-9777 or (806) 355-5832 http://www.power987.com                  http://www.kiiz.com                                              Seattle, KBKS 106.1 FM/KISS 106.1 (Top 40) Request Line:
9595 http://www.95sx.com
                                                                                                                                                                                                    (206) 421-1061 Toll Free Request Line: (888) 343-1061
                                                               Austin, KAMX 94.7 FM/Mix 94.7 (Top 40) Request Line: (512)          Lubbock, KMMX 100.3 FM/Mix 100.3 (Top 40) Request Line:          http://www.kiss1061.com
Charleston WSSP 94.3/Power 94.3 (Urban) Request Line:
(843) 721-0094 http://www.power943.com                         390-5947 Toll Free Request Line: (800) 578-9947                     (806) 770-5649 http://www.kmmx.com
                                                               http://www.mix947.com                                                                                                                Seattle, KMIH 104.5 FM/X104.5 (Urban) Request Line:
                                                                                                                                   Lubbock, KBTE 104.9 FM/104.9 The Beat (Urban) Request Line:      (206) 275-X104 http://www.x104.fm
Charleston, WWWZ 93.3 FM/Z-93 Jamz (Urban) Phone Line:
(843) 308-9300 http://www.z93jamz.com                          Austin, KHFI 96.7 FM/96.7 KISS (Top 40) Request Line: (512) 390-    (806) 770-BEAT http://www.1049thebeat.com
                                                               1967 Toll Free Request Line: (866) 390-1967                                                                                          Seattle, KUBE 93.3 FM (Urban) Request Line: (206) 421-
                                                               http://www.khfi.com                                                 McAllen, KBTQ 96.1 The Beat (Urban) Request Line: (956) 631-     9393 Toll Free Request Line: (877) 933-9393
Columbia, WNOK 104.7 (Top 40) Phone Line: (803) 343-1100
                                                                                                                                   9696 http://www.univision.com                                    http://www.kube93.com
                                                               Austin, KDHT 93.3 FM/Hot 93.3 (Urban) Request Line: (512)
                                                               390-5933 Toll Free Request Line: (888) 331-9393                     San Antonio, KXXM 96.1 FM/Mix 96.1 (Top 40) Request Line:        Seattle, C89.5 FM (Top 40/Dance) Request Line: (206)
Columbia, WHXT 103.9 FM/Hot 103.9 (Urban) Request Line:
                                                               http://www.hot933.fm                                                (210) 470-5961 http://www.mix961.com                             421-8989 http://www.c895fm.com
(803) 647-1039 Toll Free Request Line: (877) 874-1039
                                                               Austin, KQBT 104.3 FM/The Beat 104.3 (Urban) Request Line:          San Antonio, KBBT 98.5 FM/98.5 The Beat (Urban) Request Line:    Spokane, KZZU 92.9 FM (Top 40) Request Line: (509) 441-
                                                               (512) 390-1043 http://www.beat1043.com                              (210) 470-5985 http://kbbt.netmio.com                            3393 or (208) 762-9393 http://www.kzzu.com
Columbia, WXBT 100.1 FM/100.1 Beat (Urban) Request Line:
(803) 742-1100 http://www.wxbt.com
                                                               Beaumont, KQXY 94.1/Q94 (Top 40) Request Line: (409) 899-           Tyler, 102.7 FM/106.9 The Blaze (Urban) Request Line: (903)      WEST VIRGINIA
                                                               4994 Toll Free Request Line: (888) 480-4994                         939-2529 Business Line: (903) 759-1061 http://www.theblaze.cc    Huntington, WKEE 100.5 FM (Top 40) Request Line: (304)
Florence, WJMX 103.3 FM (Top 40) Request Lines: 843-665-
                                                               http://www.kqxy.com                                                                                                                  697-9533 Toll Free Request Line: (800) 544-9533
                                                                                                                                   Tyler, KISX 107/KISS 107 FM (Top 40) Request Line: (903) 939-    http://www.wkee.com
                                                               Beaumont, KTCX 102.5 FM/Magic 102.5 (Urban) Phone Line:             1107 or (866) 212-1107 Business Line: (903) 581-0606
                                                               (409) 838-1025 http://www.ktcx.com Corpus Christi, KNDA             http://www.kiss107i.com                                          The Beat 98.7 Request Line: (304) 346-9870
Greenville, WFBC 93.7 FM/B93.7 (Top 40) Toll Free Request
Line: (800) 386-0937 http://www.b937online.com                 102.9 Da Bomb (Urban) Request Line: (361)814-1029
                                                                                                                                   Weslaco, KBFM Wild 104.1 (Urban) Toll Free Request Line: (888)   Morgantown, WVAQ 101.9 FM (Top 40) Request Line:
                                                               Dallas, KDMX 102.9 FM (Hot AC) Request Line: (214) 787-1029         414-2104 Business Line: (903) 581-0606 http://www.b104.net       (304) 296-0029 http://www.wvaq.com
Greenville, WHZT Hot 98.1 (Urban) Request Line: (864) 421-
9810 http://hot981.com                                         http://www.kdmx.com
                                                                                                                                   UTAH                                                             WISCONSIN
                                                               Dallas, KHKS 106.1 FM/106.1 KISSFM (Top 40) Request Line:           Salt Lake City, KZHT 94.9 FM/97.1 ZHT (Top 40) Request Line:     Green Bay, WKSZ 95.9 FM/95.9 KISS (Top 40) Request
Greenville, WJMZ 107.3 FM/107.3 Jamz (Urban) Toll Free
                                                               (214) 787-1061 http://www.1061kissfm.com                            (801) 570-1494 or (801) 570-1971 http://www.949zht.com           Line: (920) 271-0959 http://www.959kissfm.com
Request Line: (800) 767-1073 http://1073jamz.com
                                                               Dallas, WKFB 97.9 FM/97.9 The Beat (Urban) Request Line:            Rutland, WZRT 97.1 FM/Z97 (Top 40) Phone Line: (802) 775-        Green Bay, WIXX 101.1 FM (Top 40) Request Line: (920)
                                                               (214) 787-1979 http://www.979thebeat.com                            5597 http://www.z97.net                                          455-1011 Toll Free Request Line: (800) 872-WIXX
Chattanooga, WKXJ 98.1 FM/98.1 KISS (Top 40) Request Line:
(423) 642-9800 http://www.wkxj.com
                                                               Dallas, KKDA 104.5/K104 (Urban) Request Line: (214) 787-1104        VIRGINIA
                                                               Toll Free Request Line: (800) 814-1104 http://www.k104fm.com        Norfolk, WNVZ 104.4 FM/Z104 (Top 40) Request Line: (757) 473-    Green Bay, WLYD 99.7 FM/Wild 99.7 (Urban) Studio Line:
Chattanooga, WJTT 94.3 FM/Power 94 (Urban) Request Line:
                                                                                                                                   1045 http://www.z104.com                                         (920) 444-1997 http://www.wild997.com
(423) 642-9588 http://www.power94.com
                                                               Dallas, 106.7 KDL (Urban) Request Line: (214) 787-1067 or (214)
                                                               887-9107 http://www.1067kdl.com                                     Norfolk, WOWI 102.9 FM/103 Jamz (Urban) Request Line: (757)      Madison, WZEE 104.1 FM/Z104 (Top 40) Request Line:
Erwin, WXIS 103.9 FM/Jammin' 103.9 (Urban) Toll Free
                                                                                                                                   466-0103 http://www.103jamz.com                                  (608) 281-0436 http://www.z104fm.com
Request Line: (866) 923-1039 http://www.werjammin.com
                                                               El Paso, KSII 93.1 FM/KISS 93.1 (Top 40) Request Line: (915) 880-
                                                               9393 http://www.ksii.com                                            Norfolk, WWHV 102.1 FM/Hot 102.1 (Urban) Request Line:           Milwaukee, WXSS 103.7 FM/103.7 KISS FM (Top 40)
Greeneville, WAEZ 94.9 FM/Electric 94.9 (Top 40) Toll Free
                                                                                                                                   (757) 437-5102 http://www.hot1021fm.com                          Request Line: (414) 799-1037 Toll Free Request Line:
Request Line: (888) 937-4487 http://www.electric949.com
                                                               El Paso, KPRR 102.1 FM/Power 102 (Urban) Request Line: (915)                                                                         (877) 799-KISS http://www.1037kissfm.com
Knoxville, WKHT 104.5 FM/Hot 104.5 (Urban) Request Line:       566-9301 http://www.kprr.com                                        Richmond, WRVQ 94.5 FM/Q94 (Top 40) Studio Line: (804) 345-
                                                                                                                                   9436 http://www.wrvq94.com                                       Milwaukee, WKKB 100.7 FM/V100 (Urban) Phone Line:
(865) 656-1045 http://www.hot1045.net
                                                               Harlingen, KBFM 104.1 FM/B104 (Top 40) Toll Free Request Line:                                                                       (414) 321-1007 http://www.v100.com
Knoxville, WYIL 98.7 FM/Wild 98.7 (Urban) Phone Line: (865)    (888) 414-B104 http://www.b104.net                                  Richmond, WBTJ 106.5 FM/106.5 The Beat (Urban) Phone Line:
                                                                                                                                   (804) 474-000 http://www.1065thebeat.com                         Wausau, WIFC 95.5 FM (Top 40) Studio Line: (715) 842-
588-6511 http://www.wild987.net
                                                               Houston, KRBE 104.1 FM (Top 40) Request Line: (713) 390-5723                                                                         9432 Toll Free Studio Line: (800) 998-WIFC
                                                               http://www.krbe.com                                                 Roanoke, WXLK 92.3 FM/K92 (Top 40) Request Line: (540) 774-      http://www.wifc.com
Memphis, WHRK 97.1 FM/K97 (Urban) Request Line: 535-
9797 http://www.k97fm.com                                                                                                          92FM Toll Free Request Line: (800) 468-92FM
                                                               Houston, KBXX 97.9 FM/97.9 The Box (Urban) Phone Line: (713)        http://www.k92radio.com                                          WYOMING
                                                               390-5979 http://www.kbxx.com                                                                                                         Casper, KTRS 104.7 FM/KISS 104.7 (Top 40) Request Line:
Nashville, WUBT 101.1 FM/101.1 The Beat (Urban) Phone
                                                                                                                                   Virginia Beach, WPTE 94.9 FM/94.9 The Point (Top 40) Request     (304) 296-0029 http://www.kissfm1047.com
Line: (615) 737-1011 http://www.101thebeat.com
                                                               Houston, KPTY 104.9 FM/Party 104.9 (Urban) Request Line:            Line: (757) 490-9490 http://www.pointradio.com
                                                               (713) 871-1049 http://party1049.netmio.com                                                                                           Jackson, KMTN 96.9 FM (Top 40) Request Line: (307) 733-
Sevierville, WWST 102.1 FM/Star 102.1 (Top 40) Request Line:
                                                                                                                                                                                                    4500 http://www.kmtn969.com
(865) 656-7827 http://www.star1021fm.com
CALGARY VIBE 98.5 (Top40) Request Line: 403-276-VIBE
                                                         SATELLITE RADIO
                                                         Hip-Hop Nation (Sirius XM) – Request: hiphopnation@siriusxm.com
                                                                                                                                            ‘Dear Hip Hop I want you back’,
                                                         Shade 45 (Sirius XM) Request: shade45@siriusxm.com
                                                                                                                                    yea I’m saying that Hip-Hop in not here like it used to be
VANCOUVER The Beat 94.5 (Hip Hop & R&B) Request Line:    The Heat (Sirius XM) Request: 866-545-HEAT | theheat@siriusxm.com
                                                                                                                                                                                      Siccness, What’s been up with you
604-280-0945 email: heydj@thebeat.com
                                                         Heart & Soul (Sirius XM) Request Line: 866-478-6262                                                                          lately?
http://www.thebeat.com                                                                                                                                                                Just been grinding non-stop my G.
                                                                                                                                                                                      Hustling harder and smarter, than
EDMONTON                                                                                                                                                                              most people’s favorite rappers.
The Bounce 91.7 http://www.thebounce.ca                  SYNDICATED RADIO
                                                                                                                                                                                      Getting it in, each and every way
ONTARIO                                                  Steve Harvey Morning Show Request Line: 1 (877) 29 – STEVE
KITCHENER The Beat 91.5 Request Line: (519) 571-2328                                                                                                                                  Talk to me about your album
(BEAT) http://www.canada.com/thebeat/                    Tom Joyner Morning Show “Express Yourself”: 1 (800) JOYNER-2                                                                 “Bottom Line” and the story
                                                                                                                                                                                      behind it?
                                                         Big Boy’s Neighborhood Mon. – Fri. 6-10AM & Weekend Show Request                                                             Well, the story behind ‘Bottom
OTTAWA HOT 89.9 (Top40) Request Line: 613-750-8990                                                                                                                                    Line’, is that Siccness can spit, with
email: heydeejay@hot899.com http://www.hot899.com        Line: 1 (866) BIG-BOY-9
                                                                                                                                                                                      the best of them and is about to
                                                                                                                                                                                      make his presence felt in the Hip-
TORONTO FLOW93.5 (Hip Hop & R&B) Request Line: 416-      The Doug Banks Morning Show Weekends: Kickin’ The Hits Show | Mon. –
                                                                                                                                                                                      Hop industry. I start the album off
935-1935 | Text 935935 http://www.flow935.com            Fri. 5-9AM CST | Request Line: 1 (800) 757-9240                                                                              with the title track “Bottom Line”
                                                                                                                                                                                      to show everybody that I mean
TORONTO Z103.5 (Top40) Request line: 416-758-1035        Love, Lust & Lies w/Michael Baisden Mon. – Fri. 3-7PM EST | Request Line                                                     business and I end it with “Shittin
http://www.z1035.com                                     (call-in): 1 (877) 6-BAD-BOY                                                                                                 On Em” to show everybody what I
                                                                                                                                                                                      plan on doing, and the direction
                                                         KBBT-FM San Antonio                                                                                                          that we went with for the album
NIAGARA FALLS WILD 101.1(Hip Hop) Request Line: 905-
                                                         KBDS-FM Bakersfield                                                                                                          artwork was showing that I’m no
731-WILD / 905-639-WILD (US listeners)                                                                                                                                                longer Underground that I'm
http://www.wild101.com                                   KBFM-FM McAllen
                                                                                                                                                                                      above the underground now and
                                                         KBLZ-FM Tyler, TX
                                                                                                                                                                                      entering into the mainstream but
                                                         KBMB-FM Sacramento                                                                                                           I’m still with my ear to the streets
UNITED KINGDOM                                           KCAQ-FM Oxnard-Ventura,                                                                                                      hearing what the undergrounds
Birmingham – Galaxy 102.2FM Studio Line: 0121 606 5454   KDDB-FM Honolulu                                                                                                             saying.
Galaxy Weekend Shows: 0870 45 82200                      KDHT-FM Austin
                                                         KDON-FM Monterey-Salinas                                                                                                     “Dear Hip Hop” is a powerful
East Midlands – Heart 106FM Studio Line: 0845 1300 106   KHTN-FM Modesto, CA                                                                                                          song/video with a message which
                                                         KIKI-FM Honolulu                                                                                                             may ‘ruffle a few feathers’ among
                                                         KISV-FM Bakersfield                                                                                                          the Hip Hop community what do
London – Heart 106.2FM Studio Line: 0845 605 1062 Jam
                                                                                                                                                                                      you think the response will be?
Line: 08000 68 60 80                                     KKFR-FM Phoenix
                                                                                                                                                                                      Well so far the response has been
                                                         KKSS-FM Albuquerque
                                                                                                                                                                                      great, because I was speaking the
Manchester – Galaxy 102 FM Studio Line: 0161 832 0102    KKUU-FM Palm Springs, CA                                                                                                     truth. For the most part people
                                                         KMEL-FM San Francisco                                                                                                        respect the truth. And by saying
North East - Galaxy 105 – 106 FM Studio Line: 0845 090   KNDA-FM Corpus Christi, TX                                                                                                   ‘Dear Hip Hop I want you back’,
1056 Galaxy Weekend Shows: 0870 45 82200                 KOHT-FM Tucson                                                                                                               yea I’m saying that Hip-Hop in not
                                                         KPTY-FM Houston                                                                                                              here like it used to be, but there
West Midlands – Heart 100.7FM Studio Line: 0845 900      KSEQ-FM Fresno                                                                                                               are a few artist that create good
1007 Jam Line: 0121 629 1007                             KUUU-FM Salt Lake City                                                                                                       Hip Hop music but we don’t know
                                                         KVEG-FM Las Vegas                                                                                                            they exist because they are not
                                                                                                                                                                                      getting any recognition through
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                                                                                                                                                                                      the radio, T.V., labels or A&Rs. And
                                                         KZFM-FM Corpus Christi, TX                                                                                                   the only ones that are getting
                                                         KZON-FM Phoenix                      WWKX-FM Providence
Scotland – Galaxy 105 – 106 FM Studio Line: 0141 566                                                                                                                                  recognition are the skinny jean
                                                         KZZA-FM Dallas                       WXIS-FM Johnson City
6106 Switchboard Office: 0845 277 7106                                                                                                                                                bubble gum pop rappers and what
                                                         WBTT-FM Ft. Myers                    WZBZ-FM Atlantic City, NJ                                                               all of them are rapping about is
                                                         WJFX-FM Ft. Wayne, IN                WZMX-FM Hartford                                                                        bullshit. Which is not Hip Hop and
South Coast – Galaxy 103.2FM Studio Line: 08456 882200
                                                         WJHM-FM Orlando                      The Heat Pub 19 0 0 Rhythmic >XM                                                        that is the reason why I said ‘Dear
Switchboard Office: 01489 58 7600
                                                         WJQM-FM                              Radio Universal Republic XM                                                             Hip Hop I want you back.’ and if
                                                         WLLD-FM Rhythmic Tampa U             Satellite Radio, Inc.                                                                   their feathers are ruffled by that,
                                                                                                                                                                                      they can go tell someone who
AUSTRALIA                                                MBX-FM West Palm
                                                                                                                                                                                      gives a shit, because I certainly
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                                                                                                                                                                                      Interview by: Anna “L.A.”
How was it working with Epademik?
It was great! Working with Ep, I learned a lot. Working with him turned me into an actual artist. I went from being another rapper who says I rap to actually
being able to say I’m a Hip Hop Artist, and that felt good. And working with him ended up getting me my record deal with LRT/Universal Music Group because
he got my music into the hands of Lisa Thomas who is CEO over at LRT and she heard the music which was all from my “I Am Siccness” EP and it was a wrap
from there we set up a meeting and signed the deal.

How did you first start getting into rap?
As far as what got me into Rap, I would say just having a love for all types of Music in general and being a big fan of Hip-Hop plus it was also a way for me to
vent and release any anger, stress, or frustration that I had inside.

How do you balance your music with other obligations?
I balance it all out by just being real patient, organized, and focused, at times it can get real frustrating and shit will seem like its all a mess but in reality if you
have patience and stay organized and focused you will be good.

What would be most surprised to know about you?
That I actually work 75+ hours a week, running a Medical Marijuana Dispensary in Orange County.

Talk to me about some of your future goals.
Some of my future goals are, first and foremost, to make sure my daughter’s future is financially set so she does not have to want for nothing and by doing
that I have to accomplish another one of my future goals, which is to make a history in the Hip Hop industry and getting cut a big check.

How does the rest of 2011 look? Any upcoming projects you can speak on?
The rest of 2011 is looking good. I got a couple more videos planned out and my next one is going to be for my New single “Shittin On Em” which should be
taken place within the next month and the video is going to be filmed by CG Films. I’m also going to be Hosting a Coast to Coast Mixtape titled “How The West
Can Win” & of course I’m making some guest appearances on a few other artist albums, and got some shows planned out of state and I’ll be in the studio in
between working on my LP and other stuff.

Tell us about your next show(s)
and why we should be there.                                                                                                          Before we go, share your web
As of right now my next show is set                                                                                                  info with our readers and let
for Las Vegas on October 9th at the                                                                                                  them know where they can
Cashman Center for the Lowrider                                                                                                      connect with you, cop the album
Tour Carshow. And the reason why                                                                                                     and check out your videos.
you guys should be there is                                                                                                           My official website is
because it’s going to be a great                                                                                                     SiccnessMusic.com , and you can
fucken show and It’ll be my first                                                                                                    get all my latest info directly on
show in Vegas and I got a really                                                                                                     there, and as far as where you
Dope performance planned for                                                                                                         can get my albums at you can get
everyone, with a bunch of new                                                                                                        Physical/Digital copies on my site
merchandise, and promotional                                                                                                         as well as these other spots you
items.                                                                                                                               can get digital versions on itunes,
                                                                                                                                     Amazon, Rhapsody, and others.
Ten years from now you will be…                                                                                                      You can get physical copies
and if you weren’t doing music,                                                                                                      at CdBaby.com/siccness/3 and all
how would your life look like right                                                                                                  of my latest music videos are on
now?                                                                                                                                 Youtube.com/SiccnessVevo
Grinding even harder than I am
right now, because time doesn’t                                                                                                      Is there anything you would like
stop for no one and I definitely                                                                                                     to add? Comments, shout-outs?
don’t know how to stop and if I was                                                                                                  Make sure you all go get both of
not doing music my life would                                                                                                        my Eps “I Am Siccness” &
definitely be a whole lot different. I                                                                                               “Bottom Line” they are both
most likely wouldn’t have my                                                                                                         really good fucken Hip-Hop
Daughter, because I actually met                                                                                                     albums, and I want to Shout-out
my baby’s mother because she                                                                                                         everyone who is about their
bought one of my albums from me,                                                                                                     business and is not with the
and since then we have all been                                                                                                      bullshit if your with the bullshit
together. So if I wasn’t making                                                                                                      then go fuck yourselves with an
music I’m sure my life would look a                                                                                                  aids infested dildo, and last but
whole lot different from A-Z.                                                                                                        not least Nipsey Hussle you still
                                                                                                                                     owe me $1000, I Ain’t Forgot! You
                                                                                                                                     know how to get a hold of me, so
                                                                                                                                     get at me!
Platon, could you tell us a little bit about yourself.                                                                                                                                                                               Would you drop info on where supporters can check out your music and videos.
I was born on march 1983 in the Southwest Germany in a town called Freiburg (black forest)My childhood was filled with ups and downs. When I was older I                                                                             Homepage is coming soon. Check out my Facebook news, just add Platon MC to
got around a bit, I stayed in London for a year and also traveled to many other countries around Europe to get my own picture of different lifestyles.                                                                               get information. Videos and tracks are posted on YouTube as well. You can get my
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     sound on i-Tunes too, support it.
Take me back to when music first entered into your life…
I made my first experiences with music when I was a little boy. I learned playing several instruments. Later when the Hip Hop music became famous I got
inspired and checked out all the stuff I could find. Mostly American battle rap from different artist. One of my best homies Snigga MC has been winning almost                                                                       What was your first show like?
all of the freestyle contests around here. I made the first lyrical steps with him and we started producing a “deep” battle track. I gave myself the artist name                                                                     My first show is a long time ago, it was freestyle shit. I remember the good
Platon. Since that time I made my first steps as a rapper. I had many shows at different places, for example a support act from lone catalysts, the Swedish                                                                          feedback from the crowd. It really pushed me to carry on- Ii’s just the will to rock
crew loop troop and and German cats.                                                                                                                                                                                                 the crowd on the mic.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     When is your next show and do you have any tours planned and do you plan on
Talk to me about your album 'yin & yang, what’s the general idea behind this album?                                                                                                                                                  touring outside of Germany?
The main track called yin & yang feat. my personal favorite rapper Franksta from Inflabluntahz. The idea of the album title came to me at the very beginning of                                                                      My next show will be on the 23.07.2011 as the headliner on an African Open Air
the work. I got inspired by the Buddhism philosophies and all the oppositions are actually in everything existing. For me, the most important thing is to find                                                                       festival in Freiburg. I’m really looking to get some gigs out of Germany even over
the balance for positive developments on my way to perfection.                                                                                                                                                                       seas.

Do you plan on dropping an English version of one of your songs?                                                                                                                                                                     What was your favorite venue.
It ain’t planned with any track from the yin&yang album, but probably I will do an English version for the coming next project with the amazing Skilla P. He is                                                                      One of my favorite venue was years ago when I saw Heltah Skeltah on stage with
the only spitter who pushes me on a fucking high level. We know each other for two years now. at the moment we are planing a collaboration EP. I can                                                                                 Sean Price. But there were also many other shows which I really liked.
promise it will be a big thing. Watch out for it!!!

                                                                                                                                              P                    Your dreams and goals?
                                                                                                                                                                   I will sleep a night about this ;)

                                                                                                                                                                   What's the scene like in Germany at the moments?
                                                                                                                                                                   It is actually almost the same situation like in the U.S. rap scene. But many German
                                                                                                                                                                   artists are biting American rap styles. And some artists are spreading wrong messages
                                                                                                                                                                   to the people, which lead unfortunately to things like racism-conflicts and stuff like that.

                                                                                                                                                                    The low primitive lyrical level of many commercial whack MC’ s has a bad influence-
                                                                                                                                                                    and manipulate the unknown young generation. Also the internet is flooded with crap.
                                                                                                                                                                   On the other hand we got the old-school orientated movement that also is present in
                                                                                                                                                                    the scene. For instance the French rap scene is mostly just down with their own national
                                                                                                                                                                    shit.- But, for example nowadays-also in eastern Europe, many new skillful beat
                                                                                                                                                                   producers , MC's, and even graffiti artists are born.

                                                                                                                                                                   Favorite food?

                                                                                                                                                                   Beef! ;)

                                                                                                                                                                   Favorite place to hang out?
                                                                                                                                                                   Best place to chill is my house on the beach on the French Riviera.
                                                                                                                                                                   Check out my sound and support real Hip Hop.
                                                                                                                                                                   Peace Platon
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Interview by: Anna “L.A.”

                                       How are you Sir?
                                       Productive, pimpin trying to stay in full motion like oceans FAM.

                                        Give us a brief rundown on who you are as an artist?
                                        Ekorb aka Mr. Bangkok Dangerous aka Mr. Str8jacket bka Nick Cage or whatever else you may heard Aka ya gf-baby mammas new fav nucca
                                       you love to hate.

                                        How did you end up in Bangkok?
                                       Long story short, boredom and lost of love for the states. Long version, I had a cool chick that was looking to book me out there and my bro
                                       from China kept talking how fly it was so I eventually link up with a few kats made some moves and once I got out there I was in love with the
                                       city. Later on I would discover I was fucking wit the wrong dudes (in the words of DJ Buddha) and got mix up in some, he say she said bullshit.
                                       Being the nucca I am, I had to stick around and clear up some rumors and beef, slay some careers and set the record straight which evolved in
                                       to 6yrs in Asia rocking shows banging hoes and making my own lane.
                                       In the end I had built a good camp there to expand in to South East Asia, and with the cost of living so low and me still be relevant to the music

                                       scene back in America I had no desire to move back.
                                       So now fast forward through about 4yrs of grinding backstabbing and bullshit, I have expanded and planted roots and made BKK not only my
                                       home but my base for all my South East Asia moves.

                                       What’s the Scene like there, and how has your experience been so far?
                                        In a word and only speaking on Bangkok’s scene, just to be honest “Superficial”, hate to put it out like that, but I’m being true. There is a big
                                       lack of Real Hip-Hop and tons of Swagger jacking and beat stealing going on.
                                       The Crowd is totally in the dark and with good reason due to the top of the food chain keeps them there. But I must say it's improving and
                                       growing thanks to FB, the net and dudes like me popping up and pointing out these false artist and self proclaiming ambassadors of Hip-Hop.

Mr. Bangkok
                                       There is just a big lack of understanding of how we talk, our slang, and what or why we do what we do. It’s more of a Hip-Pop scene these days
                                       and with your hands tied as a foreigner due to some of the culture differences there is very little we can do as western artist to help the local
                                       The real crowd is 1000 people that actively are out and supporting with 200 artist DJ's that make a difference and are relevant to the game and
                                       your population is 15 million in BKK alone. So when you see the top chart artist due 1 million in sales in the opening of their album you gotta
                                       laugh at that because it’s not even a drop in the bucket, that’s not even 10%!
                                       To me the scene is more true to western areas when you go to the red light districts and cities and I love to go on about why and all that but I
                                       have enough beef as it is (laughing).

                                       Thailand was stated in many magazines and sites as the worst area for Hip Hop in Asia and that’s kind of fucked up cause there are great artist
                                       and DJ's as well as clubs be off the chain except Thais' don’t dance they just drink ( laughing ).
                                       There is a genuine love for Hip Hop, but no history, no background taught or pass on, Thais' have to search for it and question what’s real or
                                       true and end of the day its still Thailand so…
                                       Clearer picture Jay Z rocked a show of about 5k and when he finished, jumped on the plane and was out, the Akon show got downsized 3
                                       different times and NAS was the biggest disappointment cause once the Thai stars finished, most the people went home and the true fans
                                       could just walk up to the stage ( laughing ). So does that paint a picture?

                                       As far as my experiences, man I have been through it my Ninja, I really have. Good, bad, hated, loved and that’s the short version. In the end I
                                       have made great strides that have lead to me landing spots in other countries and working with many artist and offers of opening a Hip Hop
                                       school as well as great friendships with the first rap group of Thailand (Gankcore Club).
                                       We even established the B.I.G. Awards and tribute event back by BAMBAATAA himself via Raul Lito aka Dolo and the Zulu Nation.

                                       What kind of reception have you received as a hip-hop artist overseas, compared to in “The States”?
                                       Umm, a show and prove one my Ninja, the fans of mine will say I’m a crazy mf, but I live up to my name. Most of what I speak of to let me point
                                       out is from Bangkok, we have to talk about the other countries in another interview my dude cause we both don’t have time like that in this
                                       one ( laughing ).
     Interview by: Slick Worthington
                                       Ok well, let’s focus on Bangkok, Mr. Bangkok Dangerous (laughing).
                                       I have lots of support from the streets and within the first 6 months I had a bunch of deals on the table that I later (laughing) fucked up. But it
                                       wasn’t till I go out to Pattaya rockin with a few bands and artist out there that I really got to show case my skills, then slowly the love started to
                                       change and lines in the sand were drawn and they discovered this Ninja, a problem, but the Thai people who I love and support 100 and always
                                       will have love for, show love and support. They attended all my events and real quick let me shout out to
                                       Hardflip an upcoming real Thai MC.
                                       Back to what I was saying, the reception was good from most but as time went on and I started my own shit and was getting that paper it
                                       shifted for a very good reason, I’m not Thai.
                                       You can see from the last time I was interviewed by RapSoulution, I and Tech 12 parted ways and the DJ I won’t name, but took to Fla., we ain't
                                       even speaking. So the city does take its toll and show you who you really are and have around you over time.
                                       You compare this to the love I get in the states, it just don’t.
                                       I seen guys switch faster than a fresco dike out here and do shit you can never get away with in the US.
                                       In the US as you have seen and heard, we can battle and speak freely, basically be who you are, set ya own lane and out here that shit just aint
                                                                                                                                                                We can only say it evolves, but I say it has went back underground,
                                                                                                                                                                 it if any it's evolving in to a new era of Hip Hop and becoming more digital.
                                                                                                                                                                  She has given us a son called Digi and with this new age of Digital and the
                                                                                                                                                                 internet its growing in to something more beautiful yet only understood
                                                                                                                                                                by a chosen few. Keep watching, cause as it grows you will now see the
                                                                                                                                                                 rise of the Producers. No one is really listening any more to the words,
                                                                                                                                                                we are becoming numb due to the lack of inspiration in the music and
                                                                                                                                                                words as well as the world is in a depression state and only wants to party.
                                                                                                                                                                  You don’t need a hook to dance. In Singapore it's live 'Beat Making and
                                                                                                                                                                Light shows' that is getting all the attention and growing. DJ Minal
                                                                                                                                                                (I hope that’s spelled right) is killing it in the Maldives and once I took
                                                                                                                                                                him to BKK he was like “give me a few months and I’ll be back with a
                                                                                                                                                                 show that rocks”. He only got in to Hip Hop cause he seen the crossover
                                                                                                                                                                 and this is why I say it has evolved into a new era.

                                                                                                                                                                 Is there anything I missed, or anything else you’d like to add?
                                                                                                                                                                Slick, honestly we can go on and on, all I’d like to say is just keep on
                                                                                                                                                                supporting the underdogs. Give real feed back to me and anyone
                                                                                                                                                                else that is out here because to lie is to keep pushing whack music a
                                                                                                                                                                nd, ... well you can’t grow when you bullshit people. So if I can add
                                                                                                                                                                just keep it 100 with ya people.
                                                                                                                                                                Now also quick plug, CHECK OUT MY SITES and look for my Clothing Line
                                                                                                                                                                “Anya Clothing” it's underground and boutique at the moment but we
                                                                                                                                                                bout to launch it. NEW ARTIST “BEAMZ aka The Blood Diamond” and
                                                                                                                                                                 just in, it's rumor that me and The Nasty Jerk aka 64 my former label
                                                                                                                                                                mate are in talks bout an album so you may look out for that. If that h
                                                                                                                                                                appens, MF better run for cover cause this dude is a problem. (laughing)
                                                                                                                                                                Umm, anyone in need of beats or bookings get at me in the email the
                                                                                                                                                                 company we run under is MADE4HIRE PROD. And we are connected
                                                                                                                                                                worldwide through the Soi Dogg Network, so get involved.
                                                                                                                                                                 Thanks for your time and definitely keep us posted on what’s coming up.
                                                                                                                                                                Any time man, I love what you guys are doing and you always been there
                                                                                                                                                                so again it’s a pleasure every time. Thanks for the support.

What projects are you currently working on?
Well, besides relocating and setting up camp in Hong Kong now,
currently I’m more in a business mode and it’s taken away from me as an artist but it happens when you grow. I’m working on finishing the mixtape
serious Bangkok Dangerous as well as vol 2 of “Porn star” Music, got some tracks with Headnocca fam. Launching the career of BEAMZ aka The Blood
Diamond, and sooner or later my own last full and last LP.
That’s what I can say will surface really soon.
Outside of that, we got the clothing line “Anya Clothing” in the last stages, Made4hire, Soidoggs, and Getitanya.com all rolling out late fall with Iphone
apps and more.
On the back burner the self filmed reality show and documentary about my life and times as an artist in BKK is coming together and will launch by next
year. Currently Made4hire productions is establishing roots in 5 different countries and now I’m running the entertainment for 4 islands in the Maldives
which currently you will find DJ Knucklez on tour out there.
Umm, oh and the move on Korea is on the horizon as well.
So yeah, I’m busy and I do most this shit myself with my own money from all the shit you see me doing which is why it takes so long to get things out,
but when it does come out and things do surface it's proper. You always got people that will say “he BS, he this, he that”, but at the end of the day the
same people are gonna find themselves choking on an over flow of projects while I sit back and collect. It’s easy to say to someone do this and that,
but to do it is another thing. I have relied on people and have been let down so many times now I’m 100% committed to myself and shit 's getting
done. Not as fast but I have full control and it’s done right. I believe there is no time limit on what I am doing because I strive to do timeless music. Art
never gets old, feel me.
Hip-hop continues to evolve every year, what’s your opinion on its current state?
Wow, I’m gonna get so much slack on this but… Hip-Hop died long time ago far as what we knew it to be and what we got now is ART & Culture which
what was once called Hip-Hop.
Reason being is it's too young to call it classical music, but again once was referred to as Hip-Hop is not recognized by the masses and no one will stand
up for her and protect her anymore. I rarely see it anymore because the media has twisted, pimped, extorted, and abused her. Overseas you rock a
fitted and white dress like T-shirt your Hip Hop, you got a fro, your Hip-Hop, so if you expect me to recognize this as Hip Hop then shoot me now in the
name of Afrika Bambaataa and save my Hip Hop soul.
                                                                                                                                                (Slick) What were some of the more          (Slick) You collaborated with Nick Javas on a special NFL themed project, what can you tell us about
                                                                                         The very next year 1996-97, I landed myself a
HIP-HOP “SEAL”                                                                           internship at D&D studio's in Manhattan. It’s now
                                                                                                                                                memorable studio experiences
                                                                                                                                                working with those artists?
                                                                                         called "HEADQCOURTERZ"; the legendary DJ                                                           (5 Seal) Well first off let start off by saying i'm a huge D.J. Premier fan! So anything that Premier does I
OF APPROVAL…                                                                             Premier now owns it & runs his Year Round                 th
                                                                                                                                                                                            pay close attention to. I knew he had a record label called "Year Round Records" I also listen to his radio
                                                                                         Records company there. As an intern my job was          (5 Seal) Immortal Technique studio         show called "Live from HeadQcourterz" every Friday night from 10pm-12am on Sirius XM radio. On that
(Slick) How are you doing today?                                                         to prepare the upcoming sessions. So this was my       sessions were the most memorable for        show D.J. Premier always used to talk about his new artist Nick Javas and would play his songs. So I would
   th                                                                                    introduction to hip hop production. Before DJ          the fact that I shared most of them with    go on the computer and Google search Nick Javas to see who he is and what he looked like and watch his
( 5 Seal) I'm Blessed to be here. I thank God                                            Premier got in to the studio I would have to set       my brother Metaphysic. Immortal &           music videos. So one day I'm working on Ras Kass album called A.D.I.D.A.S. and we're up at D.J. Premier's
everyday for breathing his breath of life in my                                          up his work space for him. Which was a MPC 60,         Meta used to go back & forth joking on      studio called "HeadQcourterz" with Royce da 5'9 and Nick Javas walks right in the room.
body thats allowing me to experience life. So                                            A Korg M-1 and a S950. And I used to go back &         each other and have me in tears              Right away I say to him. “What’s up Nick Javas, I'm a fan of your music,” and he says, “Thank you,” and we
many people take it for granted & I’m not one of                                         tell Metaphysic we gotta get this stuff to make        laughing all night long. Immortal           had a good talk about sports and then I asked him if he would like a beat CD from me and he took it.
those people. So, yeah.. I'm blessed today.                                              dope beats like DJ Premier. So Metaphysic was          Technique is one dude you don't want        The next day I get a call from Nick saying he wants a couple of my beats and was telling me he has this idea
                                                                                         the first to get a MPC. I was still using a 8 second   dissing you. He got jokes for days. There   to do a hip hop recap of Sunday’s football games and make a Youtube video of it and have it ready for the
                                                                                         sampler & a 4track to make my beats.                   was another producer by the name of         world every Monday morning. He said it will be called "Rhyme Reel" I told him he is a genius and that it’s
(Slick) You used to be known as Daneja                                                   When Metaphysic played his 1st beat on the MPC         "South Paw" my hommie Ray Dawgs             gonna blow up really big! Buy the 6th week of Rhyme Reel we had ESPN playing it on there sports nation
( pronounced Danger), what brought about the                                             to me, Once again I was blown away & had to get        was also in those sessions with Me,         show. Buy the end of the football season we had a contract with Pepsi Max.
                     th                                                                  one. My 8 second mono sampler was not cutting          Metaphysic and Immortal Technique.          We were hired by Pepsi to do commercials for the N.F.L. playoffs. My beat was heard by over 10 million
name change to 5 Seal?
                                                                                         it for me. So he went with me to Guitar Center         We were all working together on his         people at a time, it was the most watched playoffs ever they told me. I am really happy that all this
(5 Seal) Faith & Originality. The name 5th Seal                                          and I bought myself a MPC.                             "Revolutionary Vol 2" album.                happened while I stayed true to myself.
comes from the last book in the Bible                                                    He was so happy for me, he stayed with me and          I remember just sitting at the console in   I didn't go out there and try to make a "commercial" beat. I made a gutter Boom-Bap hip hop beat that
"Revelation" 6:9 Its talks about people that died                                        showed me how to use it. Metaphysic was with           between producer South Paw &                went in a commercial. And that’s what 5th Seal represents.
for what they believed in, their faith. And that is                                                                                             Metaphysic while Immortal was in the        (Slick) Did the experience lead to any other opportunities for you guys?

                                                                                         me for hrs & hrs Days & Days showing me about

how I live my life. I stick to my guns. when all the                                     break beats & how to chop up drums & program           vocal booth spitting his lyrics to             th
                                                                                                                                                                                            (5 Seal) For me it lead me to a whole new world of opportunities. Like I said earlier, I used to intern at
hip hop producers was out their buying the same                                          them to the pads on my new drum machine &              "Crossing The Boundary" a 5th Seal beat
                                                                                                                                                                                            D&D studios in Manhattan when I was 16yrs old.
keyboards & using the same sounds with the                                               how to take a sample and filter a bass-line and        and he yelled my name at the beginning
                                                                                                                                                                                            This was where I was exposed to DJ Premier in 1996-97 I witnessed Hip hop history right in front on my
same hand claps for snares trying to get rich off                                        How to make a sequence & save a beat onto my           of the song. DANGER!!
                                                                                                                                                                                            eyes. I worked for everybody at that studio for free as a teen. Now 16yrs years later I'm up in that same
this art form/Music. I was staying true to Boom                                          floppy disk.                                           BEATBANDITS!!
                                                                                                                                                                                            studio, but its now called "HeadQcourterz",owned by DJ Premier and now I'm being managed by his
Bap Hip hop production, Using Break beats,                                                Metaphysic gave me my foundation from Dj’ing          We all looked at each other and yelled it
                                                                                                                                                                                            manager Phat Gary. Which now I have become really close friends with.
loops & chopped up samples with scratches in                                             to production and from there I built on that.          right back at him. Me & Metaphysic
                                                                                                                                                                                            It's really unbelievable to me when I think about sometimes. Phat Gary has my beats in the hands of 50
my beats, regardless of what was popular or on                                           Once he saw I was getting good, we made a              always knew Immortal Technique was
                                                                                                                                                                                            Cent & G-unit, Sha Money XL over at Def Jam, Eminem people at Shady records, M.O.P. , Raekwon, Jadakiss
the radio/TV. Everything I make comes from the                                           production group called "The Beat Bandits" and         gonna be big from the first time we

                                                                                                                                                                                            and the LOX He is friends with Amerie, Jay-Z, Nas, and countless other people I can't think of right now.
heart & for the love of this music.                                                      we went around NYC winning beat battles and            heard him we both looked at each other
                                                                                                                                                                                            It's really a blessing for me to be in my position right now.
 I'm also a strong believer in the power of words.                                       making a name for ourselves and from there             and was shocked, amazed and happy
                                                                                                                                                                                            I thank God every day that I became friends with Phat Gary, and not because of what he can get or give me
Everything that God created he spoke into                                                that’s when everything really started me.              that there is someone left that is still
                                                                                                                                                                                            but because he is a Loyal, trustworthy honest and educated person in this music industry.
existence. God said: "LET THERE BE LIGHT" and                                            Metaphysic played a monumental part in my life         talented in Hip Hop.
                                                                                                                                                                                            This is something that you almost never find anymore. So the sky is the limit right now for opportunities.
there was light.                                                                         and I will always let the world know about him.                                                    (Slick) What are you currently working on or promoting?
 God created us in his image so we have the                                              RIP to my brother DJ Metaphysic.                                                                      th
ability to speak things into existence just like                                                                                                (Slick) A lot of those names are            (5 Seal)I just finished producing 2 beats on Dom Pachino's from Wu-Tang Clans, Killarmy album. The
God. King Solomon said: "Death and life are in                                                                                                  established and very well respected in      Single is produced by me. It’s called M-16. It’s a real gutter track with some hard drums and a filtered out
the power of the tongue: and they that love it

                                                                                                                                                the industry, are there any of the          baseline, straight out my MPC.
shall eat the fruit" With that being said. I didn't                                                                                             newer generation of emcees you’d like       DJ Vic Black from Gang Starr introduced me to his new artist "JUSTO" So far I produced 2 beats on his
want the name DANGER associated with my life                                                                                                    to work with?                               upcoming album. One of the joints I did for him is on some real boom-bap hip hop and is a song
or music any more. I want my name to reflect the                                                                                                    th                                      representing the streets of Brooklyn, I can't wait for the world to hear Justo. He has a dope single called
way I live my life. And I live my life by Faith.                                                                                                 (5 Seal) Honestly… I would like to
                                                                                                                                                                                            "Its our year" produced by DJ Vic Black. Justo is the next big thing that’s coming out of Brooklyn, N.Y. We
                                                                                                                                                work with all of the newer generation
                                                                                                                                                                                            are gonna make some classic records I can already see that this is something special.
(Slick)So I see in your BIO and on your websites,                                                                                               emcees. I know I have a lot of
                                                                                                                                                                                            Me and Nutso have an EP called "I Plead The 5th" fully produced by me coming out soon. Nutso is one of
you credit an individual by the name of                                                                                                         experience I can bring to the table and
                                                                                                                                                                                            the illest emcees coming out of Queens right now. Nutso just dropped a dope album called "Tha Remix
“Metaphysic” for launching your Dj and                                                                                                          with that comes hot beats which in turn
                                                                                                                                                                                            Crate" I produced a song on there called "Street Corner" its straight fyaah! Shout out to his manager Ron
                                                                                                                                                will be a hot record.

production career. Tell us about that.                                                                                                                                                      Mills and Cuban!
   th                                                                                                                                           If I was a newer MC I would want to
                                                                                                                                                                                            I been working with Maffew Ragazino, Brownsville, Brooklyn's newest emcee. So far we got 2 songs done.
(5 Seal) I met Metaphysic when I was 12yrs                                                                                                      work with a seasoned producer because
                                                                                                                                                                                            Maffew Ragazino is another emcee that you will hear a lot more of real soon if you already haven't. Shout
old in JHS. We clicked right away & became                                                                                                      of the knowledge they can give me and
                                                                                                                                                                                            out to Sha Banga! Me and a legendary emcee out of New York are doing a album that I am fully producing.
friends instantaneously. From there we went to                                                                                                  help me get better.
                                                                                                                                                                                            I can't just let the cat out the bag right now but its gonna be what I like to call "Classic" hip hop, straight
the same High school as well. Thats when he                                                                                                      Someone like Mac Miller is a perfect
                                                                                                                                                                                            Boom- Bap, Hard beats and rhymes.
came to me & said Check out my mix-tape. The                                                                                                    example of what I’m talking about. He
                                                                                         (Slick) You have an impressive resume of                                                           I just produced Diabolic new single about to drop, from his upcoming album. Its currently untitled right
year was 1995-96. I was blown away from what I                                                                                                  just recorded a song with DJ Premier
                                                                                         production credits to date. Who have you                                                           now. And last but not least Ras Kass put together the four HRSMN group. I produced a beat on that album
heard & I wanted to do that also. So he sold me                                                                                                 and when your doing things like that as
                                                                                         worked with?                                                                                       and another Ras Kass album called Stupid Americas I did some production on.

his Dj Equipment & showed me how to scratch                                                                                                     a newer MC your just gonna get nicer at
                                                                                            th                                                                                              (Slick) Do you have anything else you’d like to add?
records & basically, be a hip hop DJ. I had 2                                             (5 Seal) I have Produced beats for Immortal           your craft.
Gemini BD10 turntables & a Gemini scratch                                                Technique, Krs-One, Ras-kass, M-1 of Dead Prez,         But I love all the new generation of       (5 Seal) I think I said too much already.
master mixer with a 8 second sampler built in it. I                                      Joell Ortiz, Nick Javas, Lupe Fiasco, Talib Kweli,     emcees that are coming out and would        (Slick) Thanks for your time, where can people find your music on-line?
locked myself in my room from that moment on                                             Kool G. Rap, Wais P {of the Ranjahz}, Nutso,           work with any of them.                          th
and started mastering my craft as a DJ.                                                  Breez Evahflowin, Diabolic, Dom Pachino & 9th                                                       (5 Seal) I do something called "5th Seal Beat Vlog" it’s where I show you how I make a beat from scratch.
                                                                                         Prince from Wu-Tang Clans killarmy, Maffew                                                         You can check it out at here
                                                       Interview by: Slick Worthington   Ragazino and many others.                                                                          www.youtube.com/5thsealbeats www.vimeo.com/fifthseal
What made you decide to pursue
the career of becoming an artist
and who was your greatest
I’ve always had a strong passion for
music but I’m a shy person and was
                                                                       Time   Fonzo                                             What's been going on with you since we spoke last?
                                                                                                                                Well since then I took sometime off, looked for manager didn’t find anything, but got back on my grind and finished movie trailer #2 called "Letting Go"
                                                                                                                                and been in the studio recording 3 new singles that are heavy hitters.
                                                                                                                                 Tell me about the Movie Trailer "Letting Go". What's the storyline?
                                                                                                                                 It's about a guy trying to get himself back, after feeling bad about his past relationship and how he had to deal with his ex girlfriends/fiance death and
somewhat subconscious about my
                                                                              Wearing more than your 'artist hat' talk to       finding how to love someone new.
own material, but I reception I got
                                                                              us about your involvement with New Scene          Sounds interesting. When can we expect to see the movie and where will it screen?
from listeners and people reaching
                                                                              Wrestling in the UK and picking up the pen         Right now I've only done the trailer to the movie but won't start shooting the projects for another 3 months, I have to try to get both movie done by
out to me saying they relate to my
                                                                              for a community magazine.                         the end of the year hopefully I will get them on the big theaters, but most like as an independent film.
music was a big thing for me as I’m
                                                                              Well as you may know they’ve labeled me as        Is any of your music going to be in the film?
not only a performer but a fan too
                                                                              “The fastest rising star in ALL of                  One of the main reason I started doing films is because of the music industry we aren't able to have the avenue that all these major artist's have, my
that pushed me to pursue it further.
                                                                              entertainment”, and that’s definitely a hat I     boy Marc Celestn Jr was always saying we should do the acting thing and get our music on the movies and so I decided to add more to my plate.
My greatest influence was 2Pac he
                                                                              want to own. With NSW I have been given           How do you fit all the projects under one hat and
encompassed so much more than
                                                                              the opportunity to come on board with what        what is the biggest obstacle for you right now?
being just a Rap Artist
                                                                              I believe to be the future of British Wrestling   I don’t even know how I do it, I just do, can't even begin to think how, ( laughing ) .
What's new in the recording of your
                                                                              promotions. I appear on the shows as an            My big obstacle is what is killing me like some artist, is the capital for marketing I
                                                                              “Eric-Bishoff-Esque” Character and I have a       made my presentation look just like the majors and everything music videos
My new material is a lot more grown
                                                                              lot of fun with it. Shout out to Abbas, Corey,    and it's stuff because the majors want a lot more, I guess I've put out more than
up, I’ve matured so much as a person
                                                                              Dreas, Ash, Luke & all the New Scene               most.
from when 1 started making music,                                             Wrestling Team!                                   Talk to me about to new music you are workingon and what we can expect to hear.
and my work reflects that.                                                    As for the “Real Talk Magazine” that was the      You can reach at a 1-stop place that has all my info, www.itsmyurls.com/woodson or
How can supporters gain access to                                             birth child of Craig Pinkney a local              my website www.woodsonmusic.com all music will be out within 2 months tops.
your music?                                                                   community worker, I worked with him on
Any of these websites and they are                                            some youth forums at his centre and I ran          How does a day in the life of Woodson look like?
pretty much all synched together                                              the online web-group. When the ideas of           Wow, busy figuring what will work with what on this movie
                                                                              doing a magazine came up it was only fitting      trailer that we are working on this week, changing lyrics to
                                                                              I got involved.                                   song, dealing with my business partner on the movie end,
                                                                                                                                making music and dealing with the fam and etc.
ic       http://twitter.com/FonzoP
                                                                              And I heard there is also a book in the           I know the female fans/ supporters want to know - Is
                                                                              works, what can you tell us about this            Woodson still single?
http://www.youtube.com/user/bout                                                                                                Been single for too long in my opinion, but I'm waiting for
datinc                                                                        venture?
                                                                              Yes there is as if I don’t have enough            Miss Right.
                                                                              figurative pies with my fingers in I want to do   Favorite food?
http://www.soundclick.com/boutdat                                                                                                I like Haitian food a lot, that's my background but I have
                                                                              3 books, one showcasing my poetry, one
inc                                                                                                                             a lot of favorites just depend on the day..but over all
                                                                              small pock sized book of motivational quotes
What does the process look like of                                            and lastly a book I’m currently devising          would be Haitian food.
you putting together a song, do you                                           called “Memorandum of Understanding”               In closing, got any shows coming up?
first come up with the lyrics and                                             and it deals with relationships, commitment       I've been so busy with doing all that and have not had
find a matching beat afterward s or                                           and intimacy so look out for that.                the chance to put anything together, but I will
vice versa?                                                                                                                     definitely put something together.
To be honest depends what the song                                            What's the music scene in the UK like at the
is about. As a writer sometimes if                                            moment?
something’s on my chest I get                                                 It’s a weird scene out here, I don’t really
inspiration to just write, then get a                                         know what to make of it I think most of the
beat built around it afterwards. But                                          pop stuff is rubbish, but hey they better
mostly I would have the beat first                                            watch this space! My supporters I will not let
then write to it, which I generally                                           you down.
So what can we expect to hear from                                            Please feel free to add any other
your upcoming album Diary Of A                                                information you want to share with the
Tired Black Man.                                                              public audience/readers.
A concept album! One that isn’t shy                                           Spread the Word about Rapsoulution
to touch on issues from police                                                Magazine
brutality, social injustice, love,                                            Thanks for your time and big up Anna and
politics and much more. It will have a                                        the rest of the team at Rap Solution, once
soulful tone but not too sombre I                                             again you can find me at the usual web
want it to be a motivational record.                                          outlets. Peace
Are you working with any artists?

Yes, I love collaborating its one of the
best parts about making music. To
name a few artists I’ve got upcoming
projects with Big Mike (Lavish
Entertainment), Chris Barrie
(Wiseblood), G5-J (No Limit Records)
as well as #TeamBoutDat my                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Interview by: Anna “L.A.”
personal understudies.
                                           Interview by: Anna “L.A.”
           I'm Living Proof                                                                                                                                          TOP 5 TIPS for you to try to incorporate into your life:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          I f yo u sta r t w i t h the s e to p f i v e I ' ve l i s te d I p ro m i s e y o u yo u ' l l fe e l
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          a m az i n g an d be o n yo u r way to ge tti n g b e tte r. I f yo u d o m a ke th e s e
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ch an ge s , I wan t to k no w ab o u t i t fe e l f re e to w ri te m e an d l e t m e k n o w
                                                                    By Alexis                                                                                                                                                             h o w i t i s go i n g fo r yo u . Ta ke a p i c t u re o f yo u r fa ce an d b o dy b efo re yo u
                                                                                                                                                                     1.) Sleep on your back                                               sta r t sa ve i t fo r 30 d ay s an d go b a ck a n d l o o k at t h e p h o to g rap h . Ta ke
                                                                                                                                                                     2.) Drink more than 80 ounces of water (real water not blue,         a n o th e r o n e 3 0 d ays l ate r a n d co m p a re . You ' l l se e i t o n y o u r fa c e .
                                                                                                                                                                     pink, red water that's not water it has high fructose corn
                                                                                                                                                                     syrup in it)                                                         I want to extend on the topics I've mentioned above and am really looking forward
                                                                                                                                                                     3.) Do not eat meals late at night your kidneys and liver are so     to hearing from all of you on questions and topics you'd liked addressed in future
                                                                                                                                                                     mad at you they are trying to rest from working all day.             articles. please feel free to email me livingproof@gmail.com or my twitter:
I'm Living Proof Column II
                                                                                                                                                                     4.) Eliminate fast food                                              @AlexisKWPCEO. I'm encouraging the readers to interact with me so we can all
                                                                                                                                                                     5.) DO NOT DRINK SODA                                                become better and healthier!
I hope everyone is enjoying there summer. It's been really hot lately, I won't complain though for I am so blessed to utilize the tools I have gained to stay
hydrated and healthy during this gorgeous season called Summer.
First and foremost, I wanted to thank all the readers who had feedback regarding my first column "I'm Living Proof" in Rapsoulution Magazine. I've
encountered an abundance of questions, support and the other group: really mad people. A group of people claimed I didn't cure SLE Lupus on my own from
a raw diet and a detox and practicing what Roger Bezanis www.rogerbezanis.com taught me so I can live along with being so amazed at how the body can heal
itself.                                                                                                                                                             I no longer regret being sick it took a lot to go from having great skin, hair and nails to loosing hair toenails and major skin problems couple by constant
I only ask those people living with Lupus whom are on so many medications and often feeling terrible one question? Has the medication cured you? Does               fatigue, jaundice, joint swellings, aches and pains and digestive complications. I now know I was chosen to help others so I accept what happened to
your doctor have a cure or reason for how your lupus started? Each person has their own unique immune system and I truly believe each case has a cause              me....my life is beautiful now because of the simple things...not because I have 172 pairs of shoes, living is not calculated by the material things in Life is
and effect and a cure. It's up to each individual to find what works best for them and to be active and committed in their quest for healing and a better           measured by RISING EACH DAY WELL and now I can play with my 4 1/2 year old nephew all day tire him out and that alone is a Miracle.
healthy lifestyle.                                                                                                                                                  Feeling so well and getting better the only way I could ever begin to repay that is to "Pay It Forward."

Health is not just physical, it is emotional, mental, spiritual and environmental well being. It is important that you understand and educate yourself on what      This article is dedicated to everyone who took the time to read it, along with my mother, Bob's mom, Jose, DJ Treunda, Mansion
you're putting in your body and the effects it has on you. There are not two identical people in this world therefore no two identical immune systems and           T.U.T.T Victoria my soul sister who always believes in me and anyone who has changed their life one moment at a time.
bodies coexist. The truth is many doctors and people do not look at the causes to what brought you into their office. They look at ways to treat and medicate
you know. If a doctor doesn't ask you about your diet and lifestyle and probe you for the answers on when it started and where but just wants to give you a
bunch of medication and asks would you like Oxycontin and you say no, ok how about Wellbutrin and Xanax then maybe you need to get a better doctor.
Perhaps, start with one that will listen and it's ok start out being your own doctor as you know your body the best.

If you don't know by now I'm against anti-psychotic drugs with the prescriptions at an all time high for Oxycontin, Prozac, Adavain, Lorezapam, Neurotin and
so many others for people who do not need it and you write a note for a patient to have 4 of them at a time. Often prescribed drugs that have side effects
more profound than the initial aliment. Drugs that break down the body and the mind and eventually the spirit. I'm so against them we have a village of
natural herbs that heal more people need to start knowing what they are and use them. www.rogerbezanis.com PH Madness a great book which introduces
herbs that heal the body, boost the immune system all natural.
I wanted to address some basic changes one can make to start the journey on living a better and healthier life and the first which is as critical as oxygen is
I run across so many people who are not consuming water. Water is Life. If you got into an accident ventured off a ditch but lived trapped in your car how
many days could you go without water? What if you were in the desert? Did you know that answer varies person to person. Once a lady got into a car
accident and did go off a cliff, while they were busy accusing her husband of foul play he was committed to finding out what happened to his wife.

 The husband was relentless in his search for his beloved wife and drove the direction of her employment to home over and over, refusing to give up. On the
8th day the husband noticed a guardrail on a windy part of that route which was appeared to be taken out from an accident. He called the authorities and sure
enough the wife after all did have an accident coming home from work late at night.
It's an amazing story the husband refused to quit it was even more amazing that the woman was still alive; although in very bad shape and severely dehydrated
she had lived because: on a daily basis had consumed more than 80 ounces of water a day.

Water kept her body alive longer than most would have expected. Water produces bile, platelets, hydrates the body, is very necessary for the kidneys and liver
(whom I often refer to as the washing maching and dryer of your organs) if these two major organs do not have enough water they can not perform there
miraculous tasks on a second to second basis and no matter what you'll end up sick if they can't perform probably.

Think about it because lately common sense just isn't too common these days..
Water is so crucial and not that tap water saturated with human and/or animal fecal. Bottled water is essential to function daily especially in extreme heat. Did
you all know the toxic findings in tap water in your community is public knowledge and available for you on record.

If you haven't read Diagnostic Face Reading and Holistic Healing by Roger Bezanis I'd suggest you purchase it, it's much cheaper than a doctor's visit.
Roger Bezanis re-taught me how to have an amazing breakfast of raw fresh fruits and vegetables. I make sure I eat that in abundance every morning.
Watermelon folks works like a Titan at hydrating the body and keeps you cool. Citrus is amazing at boosting your immune system. Google what a grapefruit or
two can do for you daily. The benefits when starting your day out eating right are endless.
If you don't believe me just try it. I've ran across so many people this summer who are very sick with different types of aligments and I'd ask them what did you
have for breakfast? Too many times the answer is I haven't had breakfast, I haven't had any water (it's not 2:00PM) either.
 One of the people I spoke to had a severe migraine and hadn't drank water in two days. We have to educate ourselves and be responsible for the choices we
make: it is our health.
 Inhaling tater tots, greasy bacon and 3 eggs in 120 degrees for breakfast is as toxic as it sounds. Have you turned over the package of bacon and read the
                                                                                                                                                                          DJ Hustle
               Woodson                      “Your Night”                                                              CD re vi ew b y: A Z1 P ro m ot i o n z

                                                                                                                   http : //w w w. az 1p ro mo t io n z . co m /
                                                                                     Ÿ   It Hurt’s remix - Late night phone conversations, quality time
                                                                                         spent, lead up to thoughts of being with someone that you can’t
                                                                                         have. As Woodson expresses in this song, it’s easy to be friends,
                                                                                         but it’s hurts when you can’t have this special person for yourself.
                                                                                         You want more than what the bigger picture holds: relationships,
                                                                                         quality time…..but it’s just a thought. Deep song indeed.

                                                                                     Ÿ   Her - It seems as Woodson spends time with her she seems to be
                                                                                         slowly falling in love with him and visa versa. The voice of Mr.W
                                                                                         soothes the ears of his listeners from his verse to his wonderful
                                                                                         chorus. Woodson paints love stories in his songs, and this is one of
                                                                                         his best.

                                                                                     Ÿ   She’s Hot featuring Mighty Mystic - She’s Hot is another club
                                                                                         banga from Woodson merging together with Mighty Mystic. Her
                                                                                         swag, her talk, and her walk keeps her as the center of attention in
                                                                                         the club. The beat is perfect and it couldn’t of been any better, the
                                                                                         synths and the drums work magic.

                                                                                     Ÿ   Baby gurl - Keeping it slow and sexy for the ladies, the sensual
                                                                                         beat combines with the vocals keep the vibe rockin right. This is
                                                                                         more of a vibing track more than a song, something that you and
                                                                                         your lady can mellow out to and maybe call it a night!

                                                                                     Ÿ   Wine featuring Axis - This is a picture perfect record that can
                                                                                         easily be a hit. 100% dance track and with Axis featured on it, it’s
                                                                                         the perfect track, and the one that defines what Woodson is all
                                                                                         about musically. Dancing, partying, and beautiful music.

Ÿ   Pop Pop - This song is made strictly for the grown and sexy. With Woodson
    it’s a celebration from the beginning. From the start Woodson let’s you
    know that his music is all about feeling good, feeling sexy, and having a
    good time. The beat is bangin’ and this song is ready for the night.

Ÿ   Good Stuff - Woodson is all about keeping the club moving, dancing, and
    popping bottles. With the addition of Might Mystic he adds a different feel
    to the song. Great song for the clubs.

Ÿ   Your Night - Amazing beat, and great transition when the drums come in.
    Woodson definitely brings a different feel to his music. This song to me is
    spin-worthy in the clubs, people will feel this one. Great song.

Ÿ   So Fly - Woodson brings us a fly r&b type joint. Very mellowed out and
                                                                                                                                                                   Hustle was born in Watts, California.
    appealing of course to the fly ladies. This song talks about someone that
                                                                                                                                                                   Since he was a kid, he loved music and was influenced by K-Day 1580 AM and Soultrain. This was the beginning to building his career as a
    Woodson can’t stop thinking about and someone he wants to get to know.
                                                                                                                                                                   DJ and dancer. He found enjoyment in organizing the music entertainment during his mother's parties on her record player.
                                                                                                                                                                    He eventually found his talent of blending music, then began mixing and scratching on her 45s and singles.
Ÿ   Bad Girl - Every bad boy loves a bad girl. The vibe to this record is perfect
    for the clubs, or any scene where anyone is trying to dance the night away.
                                                                                                                                                                    Now, instead of "playing" on mom's record player, he's mastered the skill of spinning on his turntables and CDJ's for events across the
    The r&b vocals of Woodson on the track combined with the collaboration of
                                                                                                                                                                   country. Hustle still enjoys providing music entertainment for intimate events such as weddings and parties, however, he has also added to
    Bizzy Boy was was perfect for all the bad girls out their to vibe too.
                                                                                                                                                                   his resume a series of car events while on tour with Battle of the Imports, NFL's Dallas Cowboys, and DJ'd for SuperBowl Diet Pepsi
Ÿ   Without You - The lovely melody and the raspy introductory verse from
    Bizzy Boy sets this track of right. Everyone has that special someone that                                                                                     Alongside being a DJ, Hustle is also a SAG Actor. He has appeared in numerous TV commercials, print ads, and SAG movies. This seasoned
    they keep close to their heart no matter what the situation is. These 2 artist                                                                                 DJ, and growing actor has many ambitions he would like to accomplish.
    express the feelings they have for this special someone in a melodic way.                                                                                      Throughout his career, Hustle stands close to God to guide him through each experience.

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