Rollz and Dice .

Just want to share a show here about a couple of artist doing a show about Artist.

Rollz, and Dice do a live show , with special guest SUPREME ALLAH every Monday night at 9 pm Eastern time. It’s a platform for artist , with a great live chat room filled with you guessed it actual artist . The conversation is about current events in the music industry , technology, trends, and array of great up , and coming artist that you will usually find in the chat room itself .

Get your music heard ! Network with the artist they may have just played. I honestly can’t think of a bad track they have played yet on the show , and I’m a frequent viewer .

They do excellent interviews with artist. Consist of a get to know the artist , what makes them click, and inspires them ect, ect. Highly recommend engaging in the chat room. Over all it’s a enjoyable show , that shows a glimpse into the world of creating music , and the work that is put in doing so . I will drop a link for the show , subscribe , like, and get in the live chat room for excellent conversations about what’s going on, the musician, or track that is being played at that moment.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJTCoABeKZm0z6ZL37Mopuw

3 M.C.’S THAT CAME UP WITH KANYE WEST TALK ABOUT HIM THEN AND NOW.

Talib Kweli and Dead Prez two legendary hip-hop acts talk Dave Chappele, Kanye West, politics and more about the industry in general. Now i’m going to check out Dead Prez music i never heard of them. Leave a comment lemme know if you like Talib or  DP.

Part 2 To Supreme’s Talk On Race In Hip-HOP! (LIL XAN RESPONSE AS WELL)

I sat down with supreme allah and recorded him given more thoughts on race in hip-hop and his view on the term “hating”. He also tslks a little about newer rappers sense of entittlement. what do you think about the Lil Xan ype rappers?

Supreme and me record him venting on his feelings about the ‘race problem” in hip-hop. what do you think?


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Why are you here???

It’s a simple question that has many complex answers. Some people are here just for the entertainment. Some just like the beats. Others come for the display of skills from the emcees and dj’s. While others have no real idea what is really going on and are only here to follow trends. So I ask you….

WHY ARE YOU HERE?

I grew up in El Paso Texas a place on the map that is sectioned off and isolated from the rest of the country. A place that is over two thousand miles from the birthplace of Hip Hop and the everyday struggle that gave birth to a new and exciting culture. Yet because of the circumstances of the place I’m from I still feel a deep connection with the art form.

A culture and artform that has arisen from poverty and oppression. Many people now view hip hop as just rap music ignoring the true original four elements of what was there in the beginning. For those that don’t know or care to remember those four elements that came together to forge the beginning are the Emcee. The DJ. The Graffiti artist. And the Break dancer (bboy).

These four elements came together as one to provide outlets for boredom, expression, and the delivering of a message. Kids would take over the parks and HipHop to survive. For many of them it was the most important thing they had in their lives.

So pretty much to answer my own question, why am I here? I’m here because Hip Hop is my survival method in a world that is designed against the common man. Its a tool that I use prominently in the battle against tyranny and oppression.

In other words I am here for “the message.”

If you make music without heartfelt feelings and emotions, if your not speaking up and standing up for those who can’t for themselves then what’s the point? When hip hop was in its infant stages most didn’t understand the impact it could have. Most don’t understand it to be the beginning of a revolution.

A revolution that we must fight for change. A revolution that must lead to equality and justice. So ask yourself again, why are you here. Is it just to be entertained? Or are you only here to take away from the endgame.

Having said all that I figured that I’d leave you with a new track called:

PRIME INCENTIVE

BY

SUPREME ALLAH MAGNETIC FT. CRUX MOTTOLO WITH PRODUCTION FROM ANONYMUS BEATS.

As u listen to the track think to yourself what message is being conveyed and what is actually being delivered.

Listen to PRIME OMEGA CANNONS FEAT CRUX MOTTOLO PRIME INCENTIVE by Anonymus Beats #np on #SoundCloud

M.G.K. IS ABOUT 2 END EMINEM’S CAREER?

Bless the General showed me this Machine Gun Kelly diss against Slim Shady and i gotta say, i di’nt think anyone could touch Eminem with the spits1 Well M.G.K. almost changed my mind1 What do you think/ I would love 2 see a face 2 face battle between these 2 guys! Share this fire diss with as many people as possible!

EMINEM DROPS SURPRISE ALBUM AND DISSES ……………….EVERYBODY?

What do you think of slim shady coming out and mentioning almost every rapper on his new album?
Is he dissing or just pointing some problems in hip-hop?

Check out this guy out of Queens N.Y. I LIKE HIS HOOKS!

Supreme just showed me another hot m.c./rapper out of Queens he inter viewed a few days ago. I’m actually mad i have’nt heard of this guy before. his video is dope 2! Tell me if you like this! kisses!

OOH! THIS DUDE MAKES ME FEEL LIKE I’M FROM THE HOOD LOL!

Supreme just put me on 2 this dude Killy Shoot yesterday. He is sooooooo dope! He reminds me of like a prodigy or something! Can’t wait for his full lenght album! i’m gonna put all my girls on to this 2!