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This article originally appeared on RapGlobal.com Once upon a time, success was measured by your ability to hunt and start a fire. No hunting? No fire? No food, no warmth. No food, no life within which to attain success. Nowadays, success is more commonly measure by the size of your rims and the girth of […]
This article originally appeared on RapGlobal.com We recently had a chance to do a quick interview with Pardeep, a rapper from London. Who is Pardeep? In his own words… I’m Pardeep, I’m a Rapper, Producer, Writer and Free thinker from London... Trying to push musically and spread knowledge without comprising the actual art-form and enjoyment within […]
This article originally appeared on RapGlobal.com Over the years, there have been plenty of rap artists who have crossed over and worked with rock musicians. Sometimes.. Okay, most of the time.. these crossovers are pretty bad, and often they’re downright cringeworthy. There are, however, some gems out there that everyone should check out from classics that […]
This article originally appeared on TeenWire.org Who says that video killed the radio star? Even today, with high-tech entertainment like the Internet and MTV, one of our oldest forms of electronic communication — radio — is still very much alive and kicking. For proof of this, look no further than Chicago's Radio Arte. Radio Arte […]
This article originally appeared on TeenWire.org TeenWire.org recently hooked up with the new Chair of the TeenWire Teen Advisory Board, Ginuwine. We found out that he's one down to earth guy even with more than three million in record sales. Interview: He's the Same Ol' G: R&B artist Ginuwine started out his career at 13 as a […]
This article originally appeared on TeenWire.org Nearly every hip-hop aficionado out there with a speedy computer and decent recording software thinks she or he has the next multi-platinum beat or gold-record rhyme. But is that all it takes to launch a career in the music business? Not quite, says San Francisco-based music producer Peter Phaep […]