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SpeedontheBeat.com Music Roundtable: Volume One, Part One

In late 2014, I came to the realization that, while helpful, my “Dear Rap [People]” posts were limiting (mainly because it was only my thoughts/opinions/truths). So, I reached out to cook up something awesome. I hope to have/”host” more roundtables to help educate people on how to approach writers, music, A&R’s and so on. Also, I […]

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@Fresh_Garcia x @DugeeLFE: "Double Park"

New music from the brother Dugee F Buller, this time a feature on this Lil’ Boy Fresh production. Love the fact that he’s seriously ramped up his output in the past year or two. Gotta keep the people wanting more. Double Park ft. Dugee F. Buller by Fresh Garcia

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A Q&A with @BaileyXPaige

After taking a 24-hour full-out sabbatical from social media, I have returned (somewhat. I’m still on a slight sabbatical from it all, because reasons). And, I come bearing gifts. Recently, I reached out to model, entertainer, and self-professed Whovian Bailey Paige of BaileyXPaige.com to get the scoop on her music tastes, her Kink.com shoots, aspirations, […]

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@DKAKAWayneWatts: The #MyLoveWindow Interview

Today, I had the chance to catch up with DK AKA Wayne Watts on the heels of his most recent project, Windows Theory II: The Love Window, and get further into the mythos of the series, whether or not wedding bells will be ringing soon for Mr. Watts, and more. SOTB: So, the second part […]

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@Drake – #IYRTITL Review

Ok, so the dust has settled. The drinks got poured up. And the trophies have potentially been collected by a new I’m-just-going-to-drop-shit-on-a-whim mixtalbum (because “commercial mixtape” just doesn’t have the same ring to it. A year and some change after Beyonce and a few months after J. Cole’s 2014 Forest Hills Drive, Mr. OVO/TOPSZN himself, Drake, has […]

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A Q&A with Oogie Leo

A couple days ago, Tray Chaney hit me up to check out one of the artists he works with, Oogie Leo. The DC native’s work is, as seen below, a mix of smooth lyrics with a splash of “R&B gangsta.” After I checked out the tracks and saw that he and Tray had similarities in […]

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