DJ Iceberg – Monopoly Music 3

01. French Montana Feat. Diddy & Rick Ross – Shot Caller
02. Waka Flocka Flame Feat. Slim Dunkin – Call Me Inky
03. Ace Hood Feat. Rick Ross – Realist Livin
04. Juicy J Feat. 2 Chainz – A Zip And A Double Cup (Remix)
05. FKi Feat. Mike Fresh – On A Roll
06. 2 Chainz Feat. Cap 1 – Turn Up
07. Future – Go Harder
08. Young Jeezy Feat. Jay-Z & Andre 3000 – I Do
09. Drake Feat. Lil Wayne – HYFR
10. Rocko Feat. Future – Take You Away
11. T.I. – Pyro
12. Meek Mill Feat. T.I., Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, Birdman, Swizz Beatz & DJ Khaled – I’ma Boss (Remix)
13. Ludacris Feat. Meek Mill – Say It To My Face [Prod. By Juicy J]
14. Juicy J Feat. Kreayshawn – Trippy Mane
15. Tyga – Rack City
16. La Da Boomman – Get Low
17. Travis Porter Feat. 2 Chainz & Young Jeezy – You Don’t Know (Remix)
18. King Louie Feat. 2 Chainz & Red Cafe – Too Cool (Remix)
19. Young Swift Feat. Jim Jones & Young Jeezy – I Like

Download link:
http://www.multiupload.com/GO9DI3AI34

Interview with MS TEMPZ

Hi how you doing? Introduce yourself to the readers of TalkinaAllThatRap.com.
Waaaass Up People.. My names Ms Tempz..I’m a female MC and DJ from the UK.

So tell us about your latest release and where people can get it.
My latest release is called “Silent Strom” and it’s a 14 track free download.. you can download it from my website www.mstempz.com or Google it as its been blogged in loads of places.

This is a tough question, and I know some people like to remain humble, but if you had to give a reason why you think people should check your music, what would you say?
Because I have a lot to offer, and my talent is across the board. I rap, sing, touch on political issues, got a killer flow, talk about things maybe other wont and also kill any beat I touch. Im versatile and even if you don’t like all my music you will like some.

Out of all the songs you have released or been involved with, which song would you say was the popular? What is your number one track?
A lot of people like “Same Road” due to be released on iTunes this month. peeps relate to that track a lot as I talk about my struggle as an artist and life, I also have an official video for it. Also 40 Barz off my “Barzology” Mixtape.  I recently re-made 2 of Dj Premiers beats with tunes I called “Realize” and “The Format” People go nuts over them. I love Premo’s production and im definitely a HUGE fan.

In the whole process involved in making music which due you think is the most exciting?
I love writing, being creative is important to me. I also ghost write for others too. I love writing and then goin in the booth.. I love performing too, I supported Rakim this year.. that was a LEGENERY moment for me.

When your recording what is the vibe like in your studio, do you have mood that helps you create?
I can get it done in all circumstances.. I don’t need moods, or special requirements to get done what needs to get done in the booth.. when the door closes and me and the mic are alone.. that’s all I need.. ohhhh and a good engineer lol Im very hands on, I will sit there and cut beats up, arrange them, play with vocals, help mix, program drums… and really over see my projects. Im far from ur average chick ;)

How do you like your production, do you prefer original played beats or more sampled based production?
I’m a lover of music so I don’t have a massive preference. If I like the beat I’ll know coz I’ll write to it with ease. I feel music rather than actually hear it at first.. it’s mad I know, but that’s just what happens.

What producers do you work with and are there any producers you’d like to work with?
I work with any producers whos beats im feeling. I also use some industry beats because they have the vibe I want and I struggle to get that from producers sometimes.. unless you have insane amounts of money to pay for them. I manage myself so its all about working to the budget for now.

The Hip-Hop scene is really spilt between the mainstream and underground, do you think its harder to get noticed by so many different types of rap fans?
Definitely, there is a massive divide.. if ya not industry, the industry don’t really wanna know or support you, it would be VERY rare for a mainstream station to play a underground mc especially day time, regardless of talent unless they have a MASSIVE buzz from the streets or good PR plus everyone is a rapper these days, its not really about talent, just everybody calls them selfs a rapper loool regardless of actual talent so its had to sift through. I also have 2 radio shows on an FM station so I receive A LOT of music across both.

A lot of artists have some sort of free download project. Do you think doing these kind of releases helps or hinders sales on iTunes?
It helps if you are unsigned because you have to try and reach the masses and if you don’t have a big fan base how do you expect people to listen to your music let alone BUY ur music so you have to give something for free or ya gunna put something on itunes and maybe get 10 sales if ya lucky. Its about building on what you have and then getting your followers to support that.

Image seems everything these days, so lets talk about your artwork. Do you come up with concept or does your designer do it? Tell us more about who done the cover to your latest release.
I always have maximum input into my artwork and all my projects because its so important. I knew exactly what I wanted for my silent storm cover to look like and luckily, I have a great relationship with the VERY talent Joey, from humble designs so he knows what I want and how I want it done. I started off by sending him pictures of characters similar to what I wanted, and description of the back ground.. he put in maximum work, created my character and got it spot on with the back drop. That’s how I work with everything to be honest, Back and forth till its right. Im on it lol

Even though You Tube is on-line TV Station, it seems to also be the place where most people go to listen to music. Do you think putting songs up with an artwork image or photo is detrimental to your full music videos?  Do you have anything on You Tube or you own Channel?
Yeahh I have my own youtube channel and also my own web website,, check them out people
http://www.mstempz.com/
http://www.youtube.com/

Have you ever done anything for any DVD or on-line TV channels? Any freestyles or interviews on-line to check out that are recent?
http://www.mstempz.com/ms-tempz-on-charlie-sloth-fire-in-the-booth-2 this freestyle was taken off the biggest Hood HipHop show in the uk “Charlie Sloth” 1xtra Fire in the booth.

Okay before you go is there anybody you’d like to thank or anybody you’d like to shout out?
To all my supporters and the people that’s tryna get out there. Also send me ur tracks for radio play to mstempz@hotmail.co.uk my radio shows are Monday 7-9pm HipHop/Rap http://www.975kemetfm.co.uk/
Saturday 12-2 Rn B, Grime, DudStep, Bashment, Reggae http://www.975kemetfm.co.uk/

Thanks for your time, give us all the relevant website details to check out!
Thanks for taking the time to check me out, pls do check these links and support my movement. Bless
http://www.mstempz.com/
mstempz@hotmail.co.uk
http://www.facebook.com/mstempz
http://twitter.com/#!/Ms_Tempz
http://www.youtube.com/user/tempanottstv

Gucci Mane & DJ Fletch – Looney Tunes

01.Dj Fletch Interlude
02.Gucci Mane Intro
03.Paper Planes (Exclusive Remix)
04.So Icey Remix (Ft. Young Jeezy)
05.Swagger Like Us (Exclusive Remix)
06.Pussy Patrone (Ft. Big Tuck)
07.Bird Flu
08.A Millie (Exclusive Remix)
09.Stoopid
10.Foolish (Exclusive Remix)
11.Whatever You Like (Exclusive Remix)
12.My Life (Exclusive Remix)
13.My Kitchen
14.Nickelodeon
15.The Recipe (Ft. Bun B)
16.For The Love Of Money (Ft. Willie Tha Kid, L.A. The Darkman, Bun B, Flo-Rida, Yung Joc, Trey Songz)
17.My Plug Is An Alien
18.My Rims Are Dancing
19.Shirt Off Remix (Ft. Oj Da Juiceman)
20.Drop It Off

Download link:
http://www.datpiff.com/Gucci-Mane-Dj-Fletch-Looney-Tunes-mixtape.286654.html

Interview with THE GAR

Hi how you doing? Introduce yourself to the readers of TalkinaAllThatRap.com.
Hey we’re all good thanks. We go by the name of The Gar and we’re a Hip Hop group from Stoke. There’s three of us in the group and we’re all family, which is exactly what The Gar means. We’ve been recording for about five years now and released our debut mixtape at the start of the year through the UK Runnings series and had Tricksta from Wolftown hosting it.

This is a tough question, and I know some people like to remain humble, but if you had to give a reason why you think people should check your music, what would you say?
Our music has always been real, uncompromising Hip Hop and we feel that the flavour that people are being exposed to at the moment just isn’t that. So if Hip Hop is what your really in to then listening to some of our tracks can give a real nostalgic feel whilst still sounding new and fresh.

Out of all the songs you have released or been involved with, which song would you say was the popular? What is your number one track?
Off the mix tape that we released people seem to be feeling the take that we did on fugees ‘how many mics’, but just recently we’ve been doing shows including new material and the track causing a stir at the moment seems to be ‘welcome to stoke’ it’s a personal favourite of mine as well but that’s still to come, probably at the start of 2012.

In the whole process involved in making music which due you think is the most exciting?
I’ve got to say it’s a toss up between sitting down and listening to a freshly laid track when you just end up playing it over and over or the actual performance when you can see everything you’ve been working towards come together, and peoples faces in the crowd genuinely feeling what you’ve created. That’s an amazing feeling right there.

When your recording what is the vibe like in your studio, do you have mood that helps you create?
We always try to keep it lively with a few people there even if they aren’t spitting. We like to keep the energy levels high, that way that good energy gets captured in your tracks.

How do you like your production, do you prefer original played beats or more sampled based production?
I’m a massive fan of the sample based beats. I grew up listening to people like Wu-tang, Premier and Alchemist but a good beat is a good beat and we just love flowing over anything that sounds tight.

What producers do you work with and are there any producers you’d like to work with?
We’ve recently been networking and use a lot of beats off producers that we talk to on soundcloud, some of the tracks are amazing especially once we start flowing on them. The biggest producers we’ve worked with to date are Tricksta of wolftown and Rago magazine and Herb Middleton who formerly produced for BadBoy records. It’s always an honour to work with big players in the game and we’re hoping we’ll be able to continue doing it next year.

The Hip-Hop scene is really spilt between the mainstream and underground, do you think this makes it harder to get noticed by so many different types of rap fans?
To be honest we don’t really count the mainstream UK scene as Hip Hop even though there’s rapping on the tracks the beats and the melodies make it pop really. That doesn’t make it crap, it just makes it pop. To answer the question though yea there’s so many acts you can’t see wood for trees.

A lot of artists have some sort of free download project. Do you think doing these kind of releases helps or hinders sales on iTunes?
When you’re first coming out it’s hard to get people to listen so it’s really the only way you can go these days. I do think bigger artists should stay clear of it though to allow exposure to the up and coming acts.

Image seems everything these days, so lets talk about your artwork. Do you come up with concept or does your designer do it? Tell us more about who done the cover to your latest release.
With it being our first project Tricksta hooked us up with Scrilla so the artwork looked really tight. I think this next one we’ll try to come up with some designs of our own so it reflects our personality more.

Even though You Tube is on-line TV Station, it seems to also be the place where most people go to listen to music. Do you think putting songs up with an artwork image or photo is detrimental to your full music videos?
It’s sort of similar to the free download situation it can hinder your full music video but when you’re new to the game people just look for your songs on youtube and if you aren’t there it’s like you don’t exist. Then again if you make a good enough video there’s no way that people won’t get to see it.

Do you have anything on You Tube or you own Channel?
Yea we’ve got a few on there at the moment but we’re working on a big video for the track ‘Welcome to Stoke’ which we’re going to release next year. At the moment we’ve just got a few live performances on there with a few tracks just to prepare people for what’s to come.

Okay before you go is there anybody you’d like to thank or anybody you’d like to shout out?
Yea I’ve got to shout out Tricksta from Wolftown he always seems to hook us up with projects to keep our name out there, everyone else knows who they are and how they’ve helped us out and I’m sure I’ve already expressed my appreciation to them. Also thank you to yourselves for the interview. Peace

Thanks for your time, give us all the relevant website details to check out!
www.wearethegar.co.uk
Facebook-The Gar
Reverbnation.com/wearethegar
Twitter.com/wearethegar

DJ Reese & Drew Carrymore – Drew Carrymore’s Day Off

01.7:30 AM (Intro) (Prod. By Drew Skills)
02.Sonny (Prod. By Drew Skills)
03.Around Girl (Feat. Buzz Flygear)
04.Out In Burly (Feat. Buzz Flygear)
05.Barney (Feat. Buzz Flygear)
06.Bottles In My Hand
07.64 Bars
08.Mr. Rooney (Interlude)
09.Super Dave (Feat. Buzz Flygear)
10.Gucci Gucci
11.Groovy
12.Aprils Fools (Prod. By Drew Skills)
13.Want It All (Feat. Antz One) (Prod. By Drew Skills)
14.Payphone Chick (Interlude)
15.Smokin’ Fora Minute
16.Wiz Khalifa x AL Prince (Freestyle)
17.Everyday A Friday (Feat. Al Prince)
18.Always Made It
19.Got Her Gone (Feat. Buzz Flygear)
20.Be Patient (Feat. Lavish)
21.Carrymore (Feat. Buzz Flygear)
22.Have Mercy
23.Dont Be Foolish
24.Righteous Dude (Outro)

Download link:
http://www.multiupload.com/GFOXPU7RCH

Papoose – The Last Lyricist

01 Intro
02 You Made Your Choice
03 Papoose Speaks
04 Watch Your Step
05 The Last Lyricist ft Big Lou & Busta Rhymes
06 Streetsweepers
07 Tell U Later
08 2009 Obituary ft Chino
09 DJ Kay Slay Speaks
10 Alphabetic Slaughter
11 Monopoly
12 Black Girl Lost ft Nas
13 Crowded ft Jeannie Ortega
14 DJ Kay Slay Speaks
15 Chess Player
16 Live & Learn
17 Joell Ortiz Speaks
18 So Much More ft Joell Ortiz & Novel
19 Play Ya Cards Right
20 Where You At ft Joe
21 Prophecy ft Ron Isley
22 DJ Kay Slay Speaks
23 Touch It ft Busta Rhymes
24 Donk Jumping
25 Sex You Up 2008 ft Ray J
26 Wait Til I Get My Gun
27 D.O.E. Speaks
28 Charges ft D.O.E.
29 Keep The Ratchet
30 6 Foot 7 Foot Freestyle
31 Outro

Download link:
http://www.multiupload.com/9CDE186A7S

Interview with SYNDROME

So tell us about your latest release and where people can get it.
Jus dropped that Triple Single release wit Mr Exclusive DJ Swoope Power 92 Chicago FM Syndrome ft Big WY, The Legendary DJ  Ron G, Sin2 n Mo Dee (CHECKMATE) Syndrome ft Rai Khalsi (KING OF LONDON) Which was my 1st time collab wit a Bollywood superstar and the lead single to the Sylvester Stallone Rocky 2 Soundtrack n DVD 2012 Syndrome ft The Legendary DJ Ron G, Sin2 n Mo Dee (GOIN THE DISTANCE) Official video shot in UK for Rocky 2

This is a tough question, and I know some people like to remain humble, but if you had to give a reason why you think people should check your music, what would you say?
Best way I know how to answer this homie is I feel no other artist is doin what im doin rite now, Im workin on an album wit Daz   Dillinger bringin back every former Deathrow Records Artist to be featured on this album, Ive Jus dropped the Official Single n Video for Sylvester Stallone Rocky 2 Soundtrack n DVD, Im working wit some of the Hottest Westcoast G-Funk Producers around the world, every single ive dropped in the last year and half has had Major mainstream radio play around the world and Ive been featured on 80 Hiphop mixtapes this year alone and theres more to come on the mixtapes, My music is that Westcoast G-Funk feel good shit where ive managed to collaborate wit strait up westcoast Legends on the singles ive dropped and i did it Independent,

Out of all the songs you have released or been involved with, which song would you say was the popular? What is your number one track?
The most popular amongst all DJs is the lead single I dropped for Sylvester Stallone Rocky 2 Soundtrack, Has seen Mainstream radio play in 15 countries, Ive done Movie magazine interviews in Dubai for the International Film festival for the promo of the DVD re release and the video seen over 20,000 views in 3 weeks on youtube so The rocky single def been my most successful,

In the whole process involved in making music which due you think is the most exciting?
Right when you jus heard the finished master of a song you know gonna get radio playlisted, thats most exciting part for me in the studio when you know you Independent, and you know you jus created some shit thats gonna compete with the artists on Major Labels coz in Montreal n Vancouver canda the Citylife G-Funk remix i did wit daz dillinger, EDI From Outlawz,Khavel X, Sin2 n Mo Dee charted higher than Eminem n drake on the weekly hiphop chart Show, when u see shit like that thatz what makes it worth it.

When your recording what is the vibe like in your studio, do you have mood that helps you create?
Vibe alwz is chilled out, myself n Slapupmill we know we got a job to do, thatz to make sho whateva comin out them speakers is gonna be a HIT, so alwayz chilled, beers,smokes thers no other way

How do you like your production, do you prefer original played beats or more sampled based production?
Ive alwayz rhymed over original beatz and thatz worked for me on radio, The new single from the Rocky 2 Soundtrack n DVD is a sample of the Rocky 2 training Montage (Goin the Distance and Redemption) 2 beats in one song its crazy though the 1st time i done a sampled joint and its the most played in clubs n radio, I forgot 2 mention earlier Goin the Distance the rocky joint also made it to the number 1 song played in Clubs in US by Independent artists, by that i mean the most played independent artist in clubs not the number 1 single in clubs.It was on DJS Club Listing report of Independent Artists they play

What producers do you work with and are there any producers you’d like to work with?
I work wit Slapupmill, Sin2, Khavel-X they the 3 main producers im workin wit rite now. Sin2 outta Inglewood California, Khavel outta Spain n Slapupmill out the UK

The Hip-Hop scene is really spilt between the mainstream and underground, do you think this makes it harder to get noticed by so many different types of rap fans?
I jus feel as long as you got the Promo in place, you got radio and DJ Support you gonna get noticed, lot of underground artists say they aint never gonna go mainstream, way i feel bout that is if your not in the game to sell records, get that mainstream radio play its jus a waste of time, ive alwayz looked at this as a business if you a rhymer you wanna get paid, but aint no one bout to pay yo ass if you gonna stay in small basement clubs freestylin on open mic nite, thatz why i feel if a artist wanna get noticed you gotta go mainstream, stayin underground is all good while you teenagers n shit but this a Business n gotta move forward

A lot of artists have some sort of free download project. Do you think doing these kind of releases helps or hinders sales on iTunes?
It does both, it helped me in a way where i was able to git that national exposure as my joints were on like 80 mixtapes this year by the hottest hiphop djs in the US combined download sales of over 3 million in free downloads, so the music got to radio, DJS n in the hands of the public, so i alwayz say keep yo HOTT Mixtape Joints but for the releases on Itunes they gotta be Monsta smash Hitz which aint for free.

Image seems everything these days, so lets talk about your artwork. Do you come up with concept or does your designer do it? Tell us more about who done the cover to your latest release.
My dude Skrilla does all my artwork he the hottest artwork designer i eva seen so im a stick wit him.

Even though You Tube is on-line TV Station, it seems to also be the place where most people go to listen to music. Do you think putting songs up with an artwork image or photo is detrimental to your full music videos?
Definitely, without youtube many artists cant get on MTV so artists are seeing millions of hits on their videos n aint never been played on MTV so Youtube is real important for promo of your music

Do you have anything on You Tube or you own Channel?
www.youtube.com/syndromedevious also here the link for the Official video i jus dropped for rocky 2 DVD re release
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UR-C5pYFRag

Have you ever done anything for any DVD or on-line TV channels? Any freestyles or interviews on-line to check out that are recent?
Yea Ive done Ondagrind TV, Hustle Hard TV, Westcoast Ryders TV 

Okay before you go is there anybody you’d like to thank or anybody you’d like to shout out?
Shout out slapupmill, Late, Tricksta, TALKINALLTHATRAP.COM, Daz Dillinger, Outlawz, RBX, Bo Roc from Doveshack, The Legendary DJ Ron G, MR Exclusive DJ Swoope and all the staff at Power 92, The Ron G Radio Show, Sin2 n Mo Dee, Khavel-X, too many names but shit every artist who im workin wit rite now, every magazine, radio show every DJ who supportin me and last shout to SONY MUSIC  who droppin the Rocky 2 soundtrack n DVD 2012

Thanks for your time, give us all the relevant website details to check out!
www.youtube.com/syndromedevious
www.twitter.com/syndrome09
syndawg1@gmail.com
FB: BILL BASI

Interview with BIG PSG

Hi how you doing? Introduce yourself to the readers of TalkinaAllThatRap.com.
Yo, all good thanks. Basically im a underground UK hip hop emcee from NW London and CEO of Black Budget Entertainment that goes by the name Just P (formerly BiG PSG).

So tell us about your latest release and where people can get it.
My current release ‘Whats a Prestyle’ is an EP that I released to promote my impending mixtape “Just Call Me P” and it consists of 5 prestyle (pre written freestyle) tracks and my remix of Aloe Blaccs ‘I Need Dollar’. It is available for free download from bigpsg.com and is apparently good!

This is a tough question, and I know some people like to remain humble, but if you had to give a reason why you think people should check your music, what would you say?
Because I said so! Na on the real, people have told me I have good bars and all that but in all honesty I would say the best reason to listen to my music is so you can make your own opinion!

Out of all the songs you have released or been involved with, which song would you say was the popular? What is your number one track?
I would say the most popular going by YouTube views is my remix of Aloe Blacc’s ‘I Need Dollar’, it has over 20,000 views!

In the whole process involved in making music which due you think is the most exciting?
For me, the most exciting part is getting good feedback. I thrive off it. When people who I have never met tell me they relate to my music, which is essentially how I feel, it makes me inspired to make more and gives me the motivation to carry on.

When your recording what is the vibe like in your studio, do you have mood that helps you create?
I record at home and mix all my own material so the mood in the studio really is the mood I am in when recording. Generally if it is a laid back song I will be choonged out (really stoned) so the mood would be calm where as if I am doing a more aggressive track it tends to get quite heated.

How do you like your production, do you prefer original played beats or more sampled based production?
Personally I couldn’t care less, I appreciate the art in fully composing your owns beats but I feel there is just as much creativity in digging through a crate of old vinyls and finding a random song to manipulate into a Hip Hop beat.

What producers do you work with and are there any producers you’d like to work with?
Currently I am working closely with a fella called Tritone, he’s a good producer from Sheffield but randomly lives in Poland and makes proper aggressive beats, I have been working with him for a couple years now. I am also working with a producer called Politiks from Germany, he is good at making laid back beats and composes quite a bit. I have also done work with Pro P, Baron Samedi, Cypriot Vibez, Kroser and Dead Man Walkn who are all UK based.

The Hip-Hop scene is really spilt between the mainstream and underground, do you think this makes it harder to get noticed by so many different types of rap fans?
I don’t know to be honest, I think that getting ‘noticed’ on the underground scene will eventually lead to getting ‘noticed’ by the mainstream fans with the right promotion but getting ‘noticed’ shouldn’t be the aim, the aim should be getting respected by both scenes or you will just end up as flavour of the month.

A lot of artists have some sort of free download project. Do you think doing these kind of releases helps or hinders sales on iTunes?
Well, yeah, if you give it away for free people aren’t going to pay are they? Saying that I have never charged for my music so thats just an assumption.

Image seems everything these days, so lets talk about your artwork. Do you come up with concept or does your designer do it? Tell us more about who done the cover to your latest release.
My current release ‘Whats a Prestyle’ was just meant to be a little preview so I didn’t think too hard about making a concept for the artwork I just wanted something that was bold and had a tracklist on the front that could be read easily. I have made all my own artwork so far though I am thinking of getting someone else to do the cover for “Just Call Me P”

Even though You Tube is on-line TV Station, it seems to also be the place where most people go to listen to music. Do you think putting songs up with an artwork image or photo is detrimental to your full music videos?
Na I don’t in my experience people who want to watch the video will watch and the people who just want to listen to the track will just play the first video in the search results.

Do you have anything on You Tube or you own Channel?
Yeh I have loads on YouTube for all my material go to http://youtube.com/bigpsg and for all Black Budget Entertainments videos go to http://youtube.com/blackbudgetuk

Have you ever done anything for any DVD or on-line TV channels? Any freestyles or interviews on-line to check out that are recent?
Yeh I have done quite a bit that is out there, I have done freestyles for Bars On Demand, True Talk TV, New Sound Era & SBTV.

Okay before you go is there anybody you’d like to thank or anybody you’d like to shout out?
Yeh man big shout out to Tricksta from Park Street PR and anyone who has helped me along the way!

Thanks for your time, give us all the relevant website details to check out!
Pleasure!

http://bigpsg.com
http://black-budget.com
http://twitter.com/bigpsg
http://twitter.com/blackbudget
http://facebook.com/bigpsg
http://facebook.com/blackbudgetuk
http://youtube.com/bigpsg
http://youtube.com/blackbudgetuk