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Young Thug Plans On Calling His New Album Carter 6

Posted to Uncategorized» Hip Hop News at 2015-01-27

If things between Birdman & Lil Wayne were not bad enough they could get worse with Birdman’s new protoge Young Thug planning on carrying on the series on his own.Young Thug did not say if he would only do it if he received the blessing from Weezy but only if wayne does not make another Carter he will take it over.

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Are Meek Mill And Nicky Minaj Really A Couple Or Is It All For Publicity

Posted to Uncategorized» Hip Hop News at 2015-01-27

Nicky Minaj & Meek Mill have been quite cozy the past few weeks but one has to wonder were if Nicky is completely over her ex Safaree and is using Meek as a rebound.Meek himself just came home after a short prison bid and may also be in a vulnerable position.The two are also working on music together which leads us to question is this real love or is just convenient timing and a great business opportunity.



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We Sit Down With Yo Gottis New Artist Wave Chapelle For An Exclusive Interview

Posted to Uncategorized» Hip Hop News at 2015-01-21

What part of Milwaukee are you from

A: I was born and raised on the Northside of milwaukee, I grew up in a few areas me and my mom moved a lot the place I remember the most is 32nd and Villard. I kicked a lot on 65th and Hampton, and most of my homies where from uptown.


Whats the music scene like there


A: The music scene is pretty dope it’s split into two scenes in my opinion you have the music scene that you find in the hood which is more of a “hood/trap” style of music, but it’s still dope tho in its own way …they call it jackin.
Then there’s the “other” type of music which is found in eastside milwaukee River west, places like that where all the hipsters hang overall tho it’s a dope scene especially when they all come together for dope events, the music is so underground because the city is underground it doesn’t get much attention because Milwaukee is such a small city but I’m looking to Change all that for sure.


Will you be the first rap artist to break into the mainstream from Milwaukee


A: Not Necessarily the First but one of the few in a LOOOOOOOOOOONG time, I mean you had coo coo cal a long time ago the guy that made the song “my projects” , then you got my homie Rico Love, then there’s me


How long have you been rapping & do you have any other musical talents


A: I’ve been rapping since a little kid I wrote my first rap in 4th grade right around the time Jay-Z put out “Izzo” which was my favorite song when it came out and I literally just wrote a verse exactly how the hook sounded it’s pretty funny looking back on it, then I developed a love for free styling in middle school I would mumble out loud to myself words while walking through school some people use to think I was talking to myself but I was actually rapping, then finally I decided I wanted to be an artist in high school I learned how to write full songs and I also learned how to record once I found my voice I just ran with it and I’ve been serious since then


How did you hook up with Yo Gotti


A: Well it started with my move from Milwaukee down to Memphis, After I graduated high school my mom wanted me to go to school, but of course I didn’t go right away I kinda got sucked into the street life a little bit, but following a bunch of ups and downs my cousin seven and a phone call from my pops finally convinced me to go to school in Memphis, so once I moved down there I attended Lamoyne Owen college for a bit while I was there I was still working on music then I put this project out titled “It’ll All Make Sense Soon” with Dj Rocksteddy as we moved the project around the city we built a huge buzz and you know Memphis is Gotti’s city ,he keeps his ears to the street so eventually he heard about me when to peep the music and he rocked with it and he end up hitting me on Twitter sent me his number I have em call and we’ve been rocking since.


How long have you been signed to CMG now


A: 2 to 3 more months will make it officially a year.


How long did it take before you were officially signed to CMG from the time he first took interest ?


A: Not long at all I would say a month, after moving around with Gotti on the road for about a month we built a dope vibe so it was clear we rocked with each other.


Tell us about the new mixtape Only The Beginning.


A: Only The Beginning is really my introduction to everybody on a bigger scale, everyone heard me on the CMG compilation Tape “Chapter One” and was like “Woah, who is this kid” then it became “I want to hear more from him” so this was me giving the people a taste of what I sound like , I’m proud of it it’s my first offering to the people and let’s them know that it’s “Only The Beginning” for me.





Is this your biggest mixtape release with close to 200k downloads


A: I would definitely say this is my biggest so far, but I’ll top this on the next joint.


What track has been getting the most feedback from your fans & Dj’s


A: There’s a few from the fans they really like “Capitol Drive” which I think is dope because i wrote that about my city, “Know it all” , “Soul food and Hennessy” which is also one of my personal favorites and “I want it all” far as Dj’s they gravitated towards “Deez” with my homies Billard and Rico Love and “Go out and Get it”.


How has your home town reacted to your success


A: The reaction from my city has been dope I’m super humbled by it, I think overall they’re excited a lot of kids aren’t old enough to remember coo coo cal so for some people im the first one to make it, it really gives people hope that you can make it out the city, anytime I have a show there they come out to show love.


Are you excited about the success of Snootie knowing you could be next


A: Definitely im proud of em to see where he started to where he’s at now it’s dope to see his progress, the whole team is going to win.


How was you AC3 experience


A: My A3C experience was Crazy! In a good way tho, I literally met almost everybody it was all love out there got to connect with other dope artist, all the shows where dope and I left a dope impression on everybody people still hit my on my social media about my A3C performances so yea it was pretty cool.


What can we expect from you in 2015


A: You guys can expect a bunch of new music from me im putting together a few projects this year the one I’m working on right now is Titled “W” so that’s coming and I’m also going to tour a lot this year, oh and visuals too going to be doing a lot more visuals.


How do you feel about rappers getting arrested still living the street life


W: I think it’s an unfortunate thing you know especially if you come from that lifestyle and then you make it out you know the idea is to never go back that route it sucks to get sucked back into it, I think it can be prevented tho if you keep the right people around you that won’t let you fall back into that old lifestyle.


Do you feel any obligation to your fans to stay out of trouble & keep dropping material


A: Yea I feel obligated to them and myself to stay out of trouble and to keep supplying them with good music.


Anything else you want to share with tour fans


A: 2015 is going be a big year for me so just continue to stay tuned in, #W is coming soon, follow me on Instagram & Twitter @BLMNWAVE also check out my website and remember Good things come to those who Wave

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Noisey Atlanta Meet the Migos Episode 2

Posted to Uncategorized» Hip Hop News at 2015-01-21

Thomas meets Migos during a video shoot at Magic City, Atlanta’s most famous strip club. Following their hit “Versace” in 2013, Gucci Mane took the group under his wing. They signed with his manager Coach K and went on to work with the super producer Zaytoven, crafting some of the most entertaining and innovative new music from the city. Now all they’ve gotta do is stay out of trouble.

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Asap Mob Founder Yams Dead At 26

Posted to Uncategorized» Hip Hop News at 2015-01-18

Asap Mob founder and creator passed away last night at the age of 26.Word on the net it was a an apparent drug overdose but we cannot confirm those rumors.Rip to one of Hip Hops brightest young minds!!!

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808 Mafia Talk Money: First Paycheck, Most Profitable Record, Worst Financial Decision

Posted to Uncategorized» Hip Hop News at 2015-01-12

TM88 and South Side, of the popular Atlanta production team, 808 Mafia, list its current roster of producers, how they got started, their production history and credits (including Waka Flocka, Young Thug, Future, Kanye West, Jay Z, Nicki Minaj, Lil Wayne, Machine Gun Kelly to name a few), choose their favorite record, and reveal their most profitable record. The two also discuss growing up in Atlanta, their childhood, thoughts on the current state of hip hop in Atlanta, as well as give a tour of the city – naming the best place to eat, strip club with the best girls, and favorite night club destination. They also reveal what they did with their first major paycheck and name their worst financial decision.

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Check Out Pics From Angela Yee Birthday Celebration

Posted to Uncategorized» Hip Hop News at 2015-01-12

Thursday night in Brooklyn at Milk River Angela Yee kicked off her Birthday Celebration with the help of Hennessy. With DJ D-Nice on the wheels fellow radio colleague Angie Martinez, Rappers YG, Vinnie from Naughty By Nature, Producer DJ Mustard and a host of others came out to help Yee turn up on her birthday. Along with them Exclusive Access would like to wish Angela Yee a very HAPPY BIRTHDAY

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What Short Dawg Learned From Deals With Russell Simmons, Jermaine Dupri, Lil Wayne, 2 Chainz

Posted to Uncategorized» Hip Hop News at 2015-01-12

Houston rapper and T.R.U. member, Short Dawg aka Fresh, sits down with DJ Smallz and discusses his previous record deals with Russell Simmons (RSMG), Jermaine Dupri (So So Def) and Lil Wayne (Young Money), as well as his new situation with 2 Chainz (T.R.U.), and what he learned from each mentor.

Short Dawg also weighs in on the current feud between Lil Wayne and Birdman.

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Rich Gang/T.I.G. singer, Jacquees, Breaks Down Quemix 2 Mixtape

Posted to Uncategorized» Hip Hop News at 2015-01-12

Atlanta R&B singer and Rich Gang / T.I.G. member, Jaquees, sits down with DJ Smallz and breaks down his new mixtape, “Quemix 2″, providing further insight from the artwork to select records.

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Boxer Adrian Broner Tells Jay Z To Suck His You know What!

Posted to Uncategorized» Hip Hop News at 2015-01-12

Boxer Adrian Broner did an interview with TMZ Sports and revealed his disappointment with Roc Nation and Jay Z after what he called a disrespectful management offer.Take a look at the video below and se why he turned down the 40 million 5 year offer made to him.

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Five People Shot During Chris Brown Performance In Fiesta Nightclub San Jose!

Posted to Uncategorized» Hip Hop News at 2015-01-12

Chris Brown was on stage last night in San Jose,California performing some of his latest hits.Then all of a sudden shots rang out and in the end five people were shot.No word on if any of the suspects were arrested but take a look at the vide below and you can see the chaos as it took place.

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Nicki Minaj And Meek Mill Come Out As A Couple

Posted to Uncategorized» Hip Hop News at 2015-01-12

Nicki Minaj just broke things off with her long time boyfriend Safaree Samuels but it looks like she’s already found his replacement.It did not take long for Nicki to hook up with rapper Meek Mill as her new boo.The two were out with Maybach boss Rick Ross and his girlfriend.The photo was posted on instagram and has since gone viral.


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Rapper Beanie Sigel Released From Hospital With Missing Lung

Posted to Uncategorized» Hip Hop News at 2015-01-07

Beanie Sigel was shot back on Dec 5th and after what police called being at the wrong place at the wrong time.Beans was returning home when two other men were involved in altercation near his home.One of the men pulled out a fire arm and began shooting and that’s when the rapper was struck buy a stray bullet.He was taken to the hospital where he under went surgery,where we now find out after being released today that doctors actually removed his lung to save his life.

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Jacc Started From The Bottom Grinding To The Top

Posted to Uncategorized» Hip Hop News at 2015-01-05

How did you come up with your Producer/Artist name Tell us about it.

Originally my name was Cracker Jack but I heard DJ Khaled on the radio release a song from another artist called Cracker Jack that won a radio battle earlier that month so I dropped the cracker. (lol) Changed jack to Jay A double c and its and acronym that stands for multiple meanings such as;
Jealous Adversaries Conquered Creatively
Just Another Crazy Caucasian
Just Another Cannabis Champion
Jewish American Creating Concepts

Where are you from, and what was it like growing up there

Im from Miami-Dade County, I grew up all over South Florida from; Pinecrest to Kendall, the Grove to South Miami, Perrine, and South Miami Heights. My family has moved over 10 times over the course of my life,I lived in Kendall majority of my life up until high school. Then we moved to a small duplex in Pinecrest so my father could put me in a better school district. Shortly after graduating. I returned to Kendall, my mother lived between South Miami and the Grove. I would stay in when I would visit, i grew up and had lot life experiences more in the down south area of Miami. Through people who are still to this day close family friends not a lot but a good few I learned how to survive as a man in this world. From being exposed and indulging some of the elements that shape a persons mind for either better or worse. Growing up and still growing is always an adventure ,didnt grow up poor but as a family we had to work, save and scrape for every little thing we needed. I never had to beg for anything just needed to be patient and eventually it would come with work and savings.

Who were you raised by Tell us your family situation. Got any
brothers, sisters, or any siblings Tell us about your childhood,
and how it impacted your music

I was raised by my Great Grandmother may she R.I.P. and my Father. I have two brothers and a sister. At one point all 5 of us were living in a one-bedroom apartment. We had one bed and a pullout sofa, we made due to best we could. Those were some of the most humbling times Ive faced with my family as a whole. On the other side of my family my mother always struggled with addiction to both drugs and alcohol. Growing up trying to raise a family mixed with her addiction was recipe for disaster. It caused a lot of emotional damage throughout my family. I admit, there has been a lot of positive progression with my mothers recovery. At the time my mother was using is when my older brother and sister followed down the same road of drug and alcohol addiction. Those were some of the darkest years of our lives, I myself followed the same path for a short period of time before I focused all my energy and time on music, music saved my life. I am proud to say that my older brother is now on the straight and narrow with his recovery. Unfortunately I cannot say the same for my sister as she continues to struggle with her addiction to this day. Lastly, my younger brother who is currently my manager, always found a way through all the bad influences to stay on the right track. This is a little bit about who I am and the situation I come from. This reflects who I am as an individual and my message, which is truth, knowledge, growth and understanding.

What age did you start making music

I started rapping when I was eleven years old and started making music at the age of thirtheen. It was then I met my mentor, Gold of Street Light Poets, a local rap group in South Florida. I expressed to him that I wanted to start recording my story and the rest is history.

What inspired you to pursue making music

Needing an outlet to express myself, and my mind in a way the world can understand it.

What artists/producers do you work with Or rubbed shoulders with

Ive worked with many local artist such as SEDD out of the Section 8 hud camp. Young Prince from Smiley Boi Ent, John Payan who was formally the lead mc with the a band called The Politix. Ive worked with strange music and South Florida locals !Mayday! as well as J-nics. Other features include Sony Red recording artist HI- REZ, South Miamis own Ghost Wridah and most recently Chris Rivers. Producers Ive had the opportunity to work with have been ,OC3 productions, Producer Kingpin out of Pittsburgh, Monstarrz Entertainment, Young Hollywood. Also currently working with Gold from Fort Knocks Ent/Echelon Music Group and Musician, producer & engineer, Dawsie Keys.

What else you got coming out New Album or Mixtape/EP

Yes I have recently dropped my new mixtape its out on datpiff titled Hometown Advantage and I currently have 4 music videos of the tracks on WorldStar and YouTube with many more to come.

Tell us about your newest single “________”, how did you come
up with that, share us the story

My newest single that Im pushing right now is called, “Not Coming Down. Sometimes when you reach a low point in your life and you search for ways to rise and sit above all the negativity life throws at you. In the chorus I say, Im high right now and I aint coming down. This has a double meaning, but when you listen to the verses it all correlates to being above the negative influence and reflecting on life from a top view. That may give you a better understanding and outlook to your current situation. No ones life is the same but there are common struggles people of this world go through no matter where youre from. This song is for anybody looking for a way to see things with more clarity while going through certain trials and tribulations of life.

Any new travel plans, what you got going on

I recently just came back from New York after filming a new music video/song with Chris Rivers. My next destination is to record a song and film a visual out in California with another future legendary artist who I cant mention at this time ninja code lol. But it will be a classic rhythm for the music lovers everywhere. Other then that my plans are to keep pushing the current mix tape Hometown Advantage while working on new projects to put together a new mix tape for the all Jacc music fans out there!

What is the biggest thing to happen in your career

The biggest thing to happen to me is when I got to headline for the openers for the Rakim show and was introduced to Rakim as performer of the night. He shed some knowledge with me that I will be able to utilize for the rest of my life and music career. It was a true blessing to have that moment with the God MC.

Where can people find you

Where do you see yourself going in 2014 and how do you plan to separate yourself from the other artist out today to get the recognition you feel you deserve
Im not hard to find Im a Miami local. Im either in the studio, Kendall or down south. Or you can find me on YouTube, WorldStar, now and all social media networks. The way I feel I will stand out from what todays artist represents would be, to be your best self and represent your truth no one else’s. No one has a story like yours’ similar maybe, but not always the same brand. Your honesty with a message the masses can paint a picture and adapt to with that the recognition of being different and standing out will come naturally over time. This musical journey takes a lot effort, dedication, understanding and patience. With 2014 coming to an end I see nothing but progression in 2015. Only moving up with a main goal to create classics and to be featured on the XXL Freshman list and to be apart of the BET Cypher.

Any last words or shout outs

I want to give a shout out to all my Jacc music fans. Everybody who has helped support me and my craft, My Jacc Music team, my father who first played me Run DMC and I fell in love with hip hop instantly. My brothers Brett and Adam, Monstarrz Ent, Dawsiekys, My mentor Gold, My visual team Andrew Johnson and Dylan Rives. Lastly, I want to give a shout to the craziest and greatest place that created the man I am today Miami Dade County I love my city!

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ESPN Sports Anchor Stuart Scott Loses Battle With Cancer

Posted to Uncategorized» Hip Hop News at 2015-01-04

Stuart Scott was one of favorite broadcasters mainly becaus ehe mixed Hip Hop with sports.He did it in a away where after watching him report on the game whatever game it was i was mad i missed it.Stuart had been battling cancer for a number of years and put up a great fight while being a ray of hope for many others fighting the disease.

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