Posted in ARTICLESJune 26, 2014
Don’t you miss the days when hip-hop meant something more than just money, cars, hoes and jewelry? There was real substance and truth behind the artist lyrics. The art of rap has gone through many transformations, but one still remains constant is the message this is what the rapper “Bully” brings to the forefront with his style of music. Originally from Yonkers, New York “Bully” began his love for hip hop music with influences like LL cool J, Slick Rick, Cool G, Heavy D and Biggie Smalls. Bully started with the infamous rap group D Block for several years. Bully felt like he played the bench far too long and wanted an opportunity to get his own shine. Bully saw his other comrades getting independent record deals, while he waited in the trenches.
Posted in ARTICLESJune 22, 2014
Jam Master J’son is in “D.J. Mode”
When Jason Mizell Jr. enrolled in college 10 years ago he wasn’t intent on being a D.J. He wasn’t always sure he wanted to follow in the legendary footsteps of his father, hip-hop icon Jam Master Jay.
Mizell admits music was always a part of his life, but he never believed he would be where he is today. “I had no interest in music growing up really, I was always in band, orchestra, but I didn’t really know it was a possibility,” Mizell said.
Posted in ARTICLESMay 20, 2014
Posted in ARTICLESApril 6, 2014
Although Jizzal is known for the hits he made as a member of Dem Franchise Boyz, he has been doing music on his own for some time.
Jizzal’s transformation has come with time. He’s lost 80 pounds by not eating as much as he used to. He wants to keep dancing. “They (the fans) know me from dance records, so I just wanna kind of keep them feeling good about the music, and not feel too too hard where they feel like they can’t dance or anything anymore.”