Sean C. Johnson was recently a guest on the Survival of the Artist Podcast where he opened up about his 15-year-career. The singer and occasional rapper, began his career while spending much of his twenties in the Air Force. Since then he’s gone on to be fully independent and even gets gigs in London every year. “London is my biggest market,” he explained, as he broke into detail about how he wound up across the pond. He also broke down his biggest successes and regrets. Listen to Sean C. Johnson Now:
Datin talks about his label Menace Movement, Stefan Otto’s launch, upcoming projects, and escaping to write. He also says CHH Ain’t Dead compilation album is coming. Listen to Datin Below:
OnBeatMusic appeared on season two of the Survival of the Artist Podcast. On it, he opened up about suicide and depression, how he became the producer he is today, and what he’s got coming. Of note, he revealed for the first time that he has a producer collective coming called THE FELLAS. It’s made up of some hot up and coming producers with OB kind of mentoring them. This interview is filled with gems and info about OB’s come up. Listen to OnBeatMusic Below:
Speech Thomas is a legend in hip-hop. He is the head of classic hip-hop band Arrested Development who’s smash single “Tennesee” was rocking clubs and radio back in 1992. They were even chosen to pen a track for Spike Lee film ‘Malcolm X’. We had a chance to chat with the long-time artist, and here’s what he had to say. What do you think the key to your longevity has been? Passion. That’s really the key and being willing to fail a lot. Arrested Development just came off a European tour where you did 25 dates in 30 days. How […]
Rapzilla caught up with Jered Sanders in Queens at the GOM tour. The emcee was asked about an Instagram post he made comparing his God Over Money labelmates to the lyrical masterminds of Slaughterhouse. So, we asked him about it! Sanders also spoke about new music and all the other stuff he has going on. Listen to Jered Sanders Below:
On August 23, Andy Mineo released a musical-podcast hybrid called Work in Progress. The project is unlike any released by the artist before, compiling several unreleased tracks into a single release with a podcast series used to create additional conversation. Whereas Mineo’s earlier releases accounted for a single season, Work in Progress gives listeners a more complete display of Mineo’s artistic evolution. Whether it be the fear of aging, a celebration of marriage, or musical experimentation, the album is a thematic feast and might be Mineo’s most powerful project yet. Perhaps the most crucial element of Work in Progress is […]
NF recently sat down for a conversation with Ill Will at NME.com this week. Being someone who tends to be pretty vulnerable on the mic, NF found some space here in front of a camera to be real. Considering himself to be a quite negative person and preparing for the worst, NF says he finds it thrilling that he outsold Chance The Rapper’s debut album ‘The Big Day’ in the first week of sales with his new album The Search. Nate also shares how his perception changes the older he gets. He looks back on the song How Could You Leave Us […]
Big Fil dropped “Heaven’s Gates” featuring Mission. Let us know what you think of the track in the comments. “I feel like sometimes we have a lot of different goals as the people of God. Goals tend to distract us from the ultimate goal, and that’s an eternity in heaven. I want to encourage others to look past some of those distractions and remember why we do what we do.” Listen to Big Fil Below: Buy or stream here.
Wrath & Grace dropped “Hallelujah” featuring Eshon Burgundy, Newselph, Evident SDG, Aleon, Joshua Kriese, & Curt Kennedy. Listen to Wrath & Grace Below: Buy or stream here.
“Good Thing” by Ian Kenville and MrGalaxy praises the wins, shows love to those who got them there and dreams of a future that’s great. “Also, it may have the toughest vocals on the hook. I wrote this song over the winter following the release of my first project. It was the first song written post-release, and I wanted to remember that moment on euphoria and joy. Sometimes its to easy to focus on what’s next that we don’t enjoy the blessing in the now.” Listen to Ian Kenville Below: Buy here.