St. Luke, an artist from Youngstown, Ohio who has made a name for himself and is practically considered a legend in the local rap scene; while also making a name for himself in the rap game overall.
He has over 3.5k followers on his FB page, 1.3k subscribers on his youtube channel, and has been dedicated to his craft for longer than most mainstream artists. UndergroundJamZ.com commends him for remaining independent and maintaining his creative control, which shows in every song.
(As seen above) During a rare live video appearance, Bobby spoke on several different issues - beginning with the Randy/HighRolla situation. He clearly stated that he thought the situation was "fucked up" while continuing to describe the video, and the fact that two females are also in the video and didn't stop it nor try to prevent it.
He made a point to say drugs were most definitely involved (during/causing this situation); while ensuring to point out that his judgement of his character is based on working with him. Bobby ensured to let everyone know he will no longer be working with Randy/HighRolla in the future.
During the live feed, he commented on the fact that Stack doesn't support that shit neither and the fact Randy/HighRolla didn't produce the album; it is already done.
What happened with Stak that made you all cool again?
Well, him and Stak just talked about it; communicated, and as he's aged things have changed - his perspective - his love for music - and his ability to forgive. He spoke on moving on, growing as a person, while also joking about what may have been in his pepsi and going to the strip club with Tony requiring 60k.
While Brabo mentioned music being fun again; he made sure to let everyone know how he feels about music and this potentially being his last album..as well as him not being interested in features nor does he want to book a show or care about business. He might do one last show, but, for the most part, only those closest to him will know when/where If so, it will be a devastating hit to the independent music world.
Bobby didn't hesitate to speak on why the music industry ruined his passion for music; it's the fact that it's a roller coaster ride, it ruined a lot of friendships, and made him do a lot of things he regrets...not to mention, Brabo Gator spoke on losing most of his best friends and what's success if you have nobody to share it with.
Look for more articles in relation from Brabo Gator's transition to Bobby and his life after music here on UndergroundJamZ.com
Mic Ross is a Boston native and 1/3rd of the collective No Muzzle Ent. He says he started rapping after dropping out of college for the second time and never looked back. Who could blame him? With the music industry taking off digitally and how quickly student loans add up; makes sense, especially when you consider his raw talent and general success so far.
Mic was honest and humble when it came to us asking his most difficult time thus far. Stating "The hardest time of my career so far had to be right before my first album "Winning is a Given" dropped. I was homeless and had just gotten into a car accident literally 4 days before my birthday just a week before we dropped the album." Anyone who's been homeless before knows how terrible of a situation that can be, but one that probably came at the right time; considering he kept on keeping on. Anyone out there struggling, it get's better; have faith, make logical decisions, and give it time.
To start, I suppose it would be best to tell you a bit about myself, who I am, and my story. My name, as you can see above, is Katie Canter and I'm a small town girl from Hampton, TN.
When I was a little girl all I ever wanted to do was sing. I would sing in the bathtub as a child and my mom knew at the age of 5 I had a passion for it which lead to me developing a bit of a talent with and love for music. My range was always high and I enjoyed pushing myself to try new songs; My dad was a bass player and the lead singer in a band that he created called the "Tommy Lyons Band".
My step dad, who I grew up with every day, was also in a band as the lead singer and guitar player. He was always amazing at harmonies and was influential in helping me do things the way I was supposed to. My mom also enjoyed singing and writing songs so much that she decided to start a karaoke company. She was very successful with it and was steadily working for 10-15 years, until she moved.
I've been waiting for this opportunity for so long and I intend to make the very most out of it, so don't be surprised when you begin seeing me at local venues --Original coming soon! Follow my FB Page/Support!
I’ve always had a desire for singing and writing songs and at this point in my life, I feel as if I’m finally at a place where I’m ready for the world to hear me - so here goes:
Special thanks to my engineer and the developer of this platform Brandon Knight for pushing me and always believing in me. Every part of this means the absolute world to me. Thank you to my parents for teaching me and inspiring me every day to be better. To everyone, I really hope you guys enjoy this and see the love I put into anything I create. I love you guys!! XO- Katie
Whether you do or don't follow independent music; you might have noticed, come across, or heard one way or another that Brabo Gator and Haystak released a surprise collaboration track titled 'Broken' - the first from Brabo since "I'm Sorry" around 7 months ago and while we can't truly confirm the latest prior track released from Haystak; it can most definitely be said that it has been a while since his fans had the genuine taste of this level of lyricism and perfection from him.
That being said, the track was most definitely worth the wait, with Brabo providing his unprecedented delivery, honesty, and unmatched ability to relate to any and everyone listening. Stak lends his laid-back steady flow to decisively close the track out.
While these two artists have been through more than most family members - let alone friends, it's a blessing in this day and age for them to forgive one another or look beyond all of it in order us to bring us a song as deep as this one.
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Fans immediately felt the impact of Em’s fury upon receiving “Not Alike,’ a Bad Meets Evil collaboration that found Machine Gun Kelly catching the ire of Evil incarnate:
“Now you wanna come and fuck with me, huh? This little cock-sucker, he must be feelin' himself He wants to keep up his tough demeanor So he does a feature, decides to team up with Nina But next time you don't gotta use Tech N9ne If you wanna come at me with a sub, Machine Gun And I'm talkin' to you, but you already know who the fuck you are, Kelly I don't use sublims and sure as fuck don't sneak-diss But keep commenting on my daughter Hailie”
Machine Gun Kelly, as I hope to Satan you know by now, was one of a vast assortment of artists named on Eminem's surprise-dropped album Kamikaze. Given their years-long history of not exactly liking each other, Kelly's inclusion was certainly considered no shocker..
Kelly responded in great detail with his new cut "Rap Devil," which even has a music video. The title, of course, is a play on Em's own "Rap God." In terms of track name alone, Kelly already arguably has a very slight advantage, as any doofus knows devils > gods.