HHK: Thanks for speaking to us Hype Holla. Can we have a brief introduction to your music?
Hype Holla: My music is Rhode Island-inspired, and Believe Music is the movement. When you here a Hype Holla CD, you’re listing to raw emotions that I go through during the time I was making the music. I try to touch all emotions with my music, from party music to commercially ready music, back to underground music, then my favorite with lyric content.
HHK: You’re a Rhode Island resident, which you proudly state in your music. Do you think you’ll be taking the obligatory trip to New York at some point to increase your profile? Or do you think you can be equally successful in Rhode Island?
Following the Birdman Interview that was passed across, we have another exclusive from TheHipHopChronicle, this time with rap-star Juvenile. Juvenile speaks on “The Hot Boys” renunion, Lil Wayne, and his new album “Cocky and Confident” and the differences from his previous album “Reality Check”. The interview was done on behalf of TheHipHopChronicle by Sowmya from Iced Media. You can watch the Juvenile Interview on the player below.
We love hosting interviews, and TheHipHopChronicle have sent us their recent interview with U.S rapper Birdman. The Cash Money genius has setup a U.K venture of Cash Money, a collaboration with Kevin Rudolf, and his thoughts on the Lil Wayne album “Rebirth”. Birdman continues to talk about other topics when asked, and other music assosiated with Cash Money as well. You can watch the Birdman Interview by viewing the player below.
Once again we’ve received some great content from www.CultureVI.com and this time it’s an interview with Jaiden “The Cure” Roston. Unknown to myself at the time, I watched the interview with anticipation as Jaiden has toured with the likes of Jay-Z, Diddy and Linkin Park amongst others. The interview goes into depth about various topics and aspects of Jaiden’s career. Predictions have already taken place that Jaiden will be one of the big hitters, and newcomers on the music scene in 2010. You can watch the Jaiden “The Cure” Roston Interview on the player below.
HHK: Thanks for taking the time to speak to us guys. Endemic you’ve spoken to us before; however can we have an introduction from Cappo for the readers who may not be familiar?
Cappo: I go by the name of the Grand Imperial 30,000 foot colossus condor in flight aka Cappo. Born and raised in the city of Nottingham I have been steadily releasing solidified Hip Hop music for over a decade. I have concentrated on lyrics and production for nearly half my life and my production tool is the Akai MPC 2000xl.
HHK: Thanks for speaking to us Deadly. For the readers who may not be familiar, can we have a brief introduction?
Deadly: Well… my name is Deadly and I’m a female lyricist from East London I have been making music for up to seven years now I currently have a mixtape out entitled ‘ 1st Place, Greatest Kid’.
HHK: How important was it to leave M.I.C to identify you as an individual artist to progress your career? And do you still keep in touch with the other members?
Deadly: Yes I do keep in touch with some of M-I-C we left on good terms so the contact is still there although every really does there own things now. I think it was extremely important for me leave M-I-C to fly solo literally and build myself as an artist with personal time. I went from 8 bar tracks and sharing beats to finding my own resources and making my own tracks I depended on my own thinking by force. I believe whilst in a crew one can unknowingly get into a comfort zone.
During Jay-Z’s trip to the U.K, www.thehiphopchronicle.com managed to sit down and speak with DJ Neil Armstrong, who is officially handling the 1′s and 2′s for Jay-Z during his live performances. He speaks about joining the Roc Boys, and how he and Jay-Z manage to interact on stage. You can watch the DJ Neil Armstrong interview on the video player below.
Once again our friends at www.thehiphopchronicle.com sat down to speak with Kid Cudi about his new album “Man on the Moon”. Not only is Kid Cudi asked about various tracks on the album, it becomes apparent that work on a new project is already underway. Kid Cudi reveals the success of “Day and Night”, and how he wanted to avoid the “one-hit-wonder” tag. You can view Kid Cudi Interview on the player below.
Our friends over at The Hip Hop Chronicle managed to sit down with college rap-star Asher Roth during his time in London. The pair spoke about the “Sour Patch Kids”, his passions outside of music, and who would be enrolled and leading a “Hip Hop college”. Furthermore, when asked about producers working on his next project, Asher grins when the names Pete Rock and 9th Wonder are mentioned, which I think everybody would agree, could be a great collaboration. You can watch the Asher Roth interview with The Hip Hop Chronicle on the player below.
Here is an interview with D Julien from MatureRadio.Net in New York, who discuss the rappers musical past, and his forthcoming project “Live, Love Learn”. D Julien is favored highly amongst readers at Hip-Hop Kings, and the project has been hyped as one of the biggest independent releases this year. You can watch the D Julien – 102.5 FM NYC Radio Interview on the player below.