I’m proud to introduce to you this amazing artist out of LA. Asoka had a dream from the get-go. Utilizing the Law of Attraction he has made his way from a chubby high school kid that loved to rap to being celebrated as a powerful recording artist having videos in rotation internationally on VH1 and MTV. He has had the fortunate ability to go around the world to meet artists he has idolized, learning many lessons along the way and has been grateful daily for it.
I love his sound truly. He has a great voice, great lyrics and the beats he makes with his Swedish producer, RawKey, are pretty sweet too. But what I love most about Asoka is his ethic and common sense. Early on he learned that educating himself on how to fine-tune his craft, how to approach the media and how to polish everything about the business world has paid off. One story in particular is pretty impressive. [CLICK HERE for entire article]
Sometimes the life of a struggling artist can be pretty cool. Especially when the hours, months, and years of hard work are recognized by some of the biggest publications in the world! I can officially add Maxim Magazine to my list of credentials now! And whew… it feels good!
Recently Maxim interviewed me about my upcoming album The Heart Of A Lion. The article appears in their Asian market and I couldn’t be happier! Click the image above to enlarge the article for easier reading!
Just want to thank everybody over at Maxim for their love & support and also to everyone who’s been following my career thus far! Keep tuned in, because you don’t want to miss whats coming up!
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Recently spoke to TupacNation about my new album (Heart Of A Lion) & premiered a new song from the album called Tupac Shukria. Check it out…
Tell us about your new album, does it have a theme this time?
The album is titled Heart Of A Lion. It’s the first time I’m actually doing a themed album. Technically, every album I’ve done has had a theme… my life and what was going on during that period. But this album will mostly focus on courage. [CLICK HERE to read entire interview]
Once in a while someone extraordinary comes and changes the game, the landscape of how we perceive things. Some call it destiny; some might argue that it’s the work ethic and drive. Maybe the two are intertwined…
Jin’s story is one of a kind. Inspirational. No ones ever done it quite like him. He’s arguably one of the most successful MCs of Asian descent. He came into the limelight on BET’s 106 & Park ten years ago and he’s been paving his own path ever since.
I recently had a chance to talk to Jin about music, life, games, and everything in between…[Click Here To Read The Entire Interview]
Last week I caught up with the legendary Colt Cabana! Known for his work in and out of the ring. Colt is widely known in the world of professional wrestling for his work in the WWE, Ring Of Honor, and all around the independent circuit.
But Colt is also passionate about comedy. He’s done stand up tours and even has his own short web-series. And I can personally say he’s a class act all the way. So check out the 3rd edition of Rockin’ Hip Hop with my special guest Colt Cabana!
Shade Sheist first appeared on the music scene in the early 2000s. Shortly after it’s release his first single, “Where I Wanna Be” featuring Nate Dogg and Kurupt, sky rocketed to the number one spot on the Billboard charts.
Throughout his career, Shade Sheist has trained and recorded with some of the best musicians in the industry including: Dr. Dre, Timbaland, Warren G, Mariah Carey, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony amongst several others.
I recently had a chance to talk to Shade Sheist about his journey through the world of music, business, and this thing we call life…[CLICK HERE to read the entire interview]
Rockin’ Hip Hop is a new series on ReliveHipHop! For Rockin’ Hip Hop I interview wrestlers who love Hip Hop! The guys rockin’ Hip Hop before and after their fights!
I recently spoke with Chris Hero, currently a Tag Team Champion in Ring of Honor Wrestling! Hero possess a style that’s unlike any other! And if I may say so myself… has damn good taste when it comes to music! [CLICK HERE to read the entire interview]
This a great interview with Lloyd Banks conducted by Emilio Sparks – The Charlie Rose of Hip Hop!
You might remember Emilio from my mixtape Before The Legend 3: Butter Chicken & XBox, or from his awesome radio show The Emilio Sparks Experience, which aires Tuesday Nights from 10pm till 2am on WSIA 88.9 fm in New York! Either way, check out the interview to hear about music, threesomes, and Jesus!
To see more from Emilio Sparks check out EmilioSparks.com
I’m starting a new series here on ReliveHipHop called Rockin’ Hip Hop! I grew up watching wrestling. And as a teenager… I followed it every week; watching the likes of Bret Hart, The Rock, Shawn Michaels, Sting, Hollywood Hogan and the nWo tearing the house down every Monday night!
For a few years I even thought about becoming a wrestler… But let’s get real, I could never be a wrestler. The constant work schedule, the intense training and not to mention the beatings, would be far too much for me to handle!
For Rockin’ Hip Hop I’m going to interview wrestlers who love Hip Hop, the guys Rockin’ Hip Hop before and after their fights! And to kick off the series I had a chat with Sonjay Dutt! [CLICK HERE to read the entire interview]
Every now and then comes a rapper that makes a huge impact upon his arrival. Humble The Poet is doing exactly that from his hometown of Toronto. At a time in Hip Hop where substance is greatly lacking, Humble comes with a message… [click here to read my interview with Humble]