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Kaydence Speaks On The Current State Of The Music Industry, James Fauntleroy + 2Pac Being Influences

MikeTrampe: State your name.

Kaydence: Kaydence

MikeTrampe: Where are you from?

Kaydence: Queens, NY

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The Top Diss Songs Of 2015

As fast as 2015 came, it disappeared, but not without giving us a slew of memorable diss songs.

Social media beefing was at an all time high in 2015, but there was a handful of emcee’s that knew when it was time to hit the studio and handle their business.

I break down my personal choices below, and I’m sure some of you won’t agree. I based my choices off direct “shots,” song structure, choice of beat, and much more. Now, I know there were a few indirect disses on tracks this year, but I wanted to focus on the direct disses. Love it or hate it, sound off in the comments and let me know how you feel.

Who do you think had the best diss record in 2015?

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Papa Dukez Explains How His Family, Friends & Enemies Inspire Him Musically

MikeTrampe: State your name.

PD: Papa Dukez

Mike Trampe: Where are you from?

PD: I am from Saratoga Springs, NY.

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Cherp On His Music: “I Would Describe My Music As Poverty & Art Having A Child Out Of Wedlock”

MikeTrampe: State your name.

Cherp: Cherp

MikeTrampe: Where are you from?

Cherp: Elmira, NY

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Mr. Muthafuckin’ eXquire Talks Being A Bookworm & Who He Would Start A Brooklyn Supergroup With

Mr. Muthafuckin’ eXquire Reminisces

Mike Trampe: It’s been about a year and a half since you said “My stupid ass sold his soul/and didn’t even get the fame.”, what has changed for you personally and musically since those lines?

MME: I centered myself and reconnected with my music, which is the most important thing to me.

Mike Trampe: So with that said, how would you describe your music that you are making RIGHT NOW?

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#TheComeUp: Voisier Wants To Start A Super-Group With Zaytoven, Tory Lanez & Future

MikeTrampe: State your name.

Voisier: Voisier

MikeTrampe: Where are you from?

Voisier: Crosbyton, Texas.

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#TheComeUp: El Princeton Says “The Music Industry Has So Much Freedom & Versatility”

MikeTrampe: State your name.

EP: My name is Luis Bardales Jr., but my stage name is El Princeton.

MikeTrampe: Where are you from?

EP: I am from Lima, Peru and I came to America when I was two years old.

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#TheComeUp: King’s Understanding Talks Big K.R.I.T. Inspiration

MikeTrampe: State your name.

KU: Phillip “King’s Understanding” Bowman.

MikeTrampe: Where are you from?

KU: Shreverport, LA known to most as Ratchet City.

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Rique Talks About How Biggie, Tupac & Jay Z Have Inspired His Music

Mike Trampe: What’s up Rique? For those new to the name, where are you from and what do you do?

Rique: What’s going on, I’m Rique. Also known to many as RoseRoyce Rique, I’m from Asheville, North Carolina. I’m an upcoming Hip-Hip/Rap artist, who also does Pop music as well.

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Joie Kathos Talks The Creative Process Of Her Latest Video “Faded”

I got to sit down with Philly’s own Joie Kathos and discuss her new song/video “Faded,” who she is currently listening to and where is the best place to get a cheese-steak in the city of brotherly love.

From appearing on Oxygen Network’s, ‘The Glee Project,’ where she made top 15 female finalists out of 45,000, to being sponsored by Red Bull, winning ‘Best New Artist’ at the 2013 Philly Hip Hop Awards, and now being the only artist to make the Mayor of Philadelphia dance, Joie Kathos is proving that she deserves her spot every chance she gets. Her EP entitled “Floaters” is out now.” –  Via JoieKathos.com
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