JOURNALIST : What is your name and what city do you rep?
* M.U.R.D.A.H RUE
(Moving Under Rigorous Discipline Almost Home)
* Deep East Oakland, California
JOURNALIST : Tell us about your latest releases, what inspired you to create them?
* The song “Aquatinted” with MONSTA YO and Realz Sinatra…I was snooping thru Yo’s unreleased music, heard it and even worse heard that I wasn’t supposed to be on it, so I snuck a verse on there. Knowing that I had to make it hard for me to be out-rapped by whoever he was planning on featuring. Lol It worked out but I had 200 push-ups coming lol. So It worked out both ways. *(MONSTA YO) Long Beach, CA
JOURNALIST : What is unique about you and your music?
* Yeah about that song. This little mfer is a wiz with mixing and mastering…in a cell phone so I put him in charge of that department. My consequence for that is I get surprised with unsolicited verses. Lol He’s like a pesky little Brother but our musical chemistry is fire. I had different intentions for the song “Aquatinted” but it came out fire. 28k views in 30 days. So we’re celebrating that being that it was done from a prison cell. As we say…Runnin’ an OP (Operation) from a box”
JOURNALIST : When did you realize you were going to make music professionally?
I realized that I was going to make music professionally when Numbskull from the Luniz pulled me and my cousin Playboi backstage at a show in San Francisco, at Fort Mason and said, Y’all niggas next to be famous.” That still moves me to this day.
JOURNALIST : What type of music do you listen to?
* I listen to whatever song grabs my head and heart and good lyricist inspire me to write.
JOURNALIST : What inspires you to write music?
* I draw inspiration from the position I’m in. Being in prison they try to take the life outta you, figuratively. So creating music knowing the platforms MONSTA YO is able to make it reach is very inspirational.Again, it’s the fact that we’ve been in prison for a while now and people’s association of prisoners with cellphones is negative. We’re aiming to disrupt that connotation. I’ve seen guys rent phone just to help their daughter with her homework. It’s a shame how our creative outlet is limited. But, we’re maintaining with the help of God
I create what the Bay Area calls Mob Music with a today’s twist on it. I lived the life I’m illustrating, you can “Ghetto Google” me in Oakland and it’ll come back that I lived it before I rapped it. That’s what I consider unique. That along with the time I put into the metaphors and similes to show that the verse actually took some thought to compose.
JOURNALIST : What do you do when you don’t do music (creative or otherwise) and that you are passionate about?
I USE THIS LEISURE TIME CONSTRUCTIVELY BY WORKING OUT EXPANDING MY MIND TAUGHT MYSELF TWO LANGUAGES AS WELL AS PUBLISHED 7 BOOKS, got my degrees and always building so that what I learned pays off.
JOURNALIST : What do you wish you were told when you first started making music that you think would help artists just starting out?
I’ve been doing music for a while now and I’ve wanted to make it professionally even before they put the cuffs on me, lol. It’s a destiny thing to me. I’ve watched my followers go up faster than my views and streams. If I don’t continue to do it professionally I’ll have a lot of explaining to do.I listen to whatever song grabs my head and heart and good lyricist inspire me to write.BASICALLY THE SAME THING. SONGS THAT SPEAK TO MY SOUL INSPIRED ME TO LISTEN AND WRITE.
JOURNALIST : Where do we find you music / music projects?
* On all digital platforms and on Instagram @cmb_murdah_rue make sure you spelled just like that cuz we both got fake pages now that people been making you know we almost famous. Lol
On all digital platforms as well as Instagram @monsta_yo
Fonz of Tha Mobb Fam: Is Ready To Break Mainstream
Fonz of Tha Mobb Fam is an on the rise recording artist. Writing poetry is what ultimately got him into music. After obtaining radio notoriety for one of his infamous remixes to Busta Rhymes “TOUCH IT” he knew that he wanted to pursue music wholeheartedly. Fonz of Tha Mobb has a very diverse and authentic sound. He meshes Rhythm and Street. He states “I’ve always been the type to paint a picture well with my words. So bringing a story that u can move to and relate to is always my aim”.
When creating new records he focuses on his personal life experiences or solely from a topic that comes to his mind. Whatever he is in a vibe for at the moment and makes sense for the track he flows off of the vibe. Currently he is pushing his latest release which is his album ” PRODUCT OF MY HABITAT” which released 1/16/23/. This is his 4th album to date. Features songs like “MY CITY” painting a image of life in San Francisco. Songs like “HOLD UP” which it’s OFFICIAL VIDEO drops February 1st on all video platforms.
TPP Ghost: Breakout Artist From The DMV Area Is Next Up
TPP Ghost is an American recording artist from Virginia. Being an artist from Virginia he knows the state has a ton of talent. Artists such as Timberland, Chris Brown, Pharrell Williams, Missy Elliot and many others flourished from the commonwealth. Virginia produces legend status type of artists.
TPP Ghost plans to be the next breakout artist from the area. He has his own style and sticks to being authentic and raw. His music is his way to express his life and experiences through an artform. He has been tearing up the NOVA and whole DMV area with some of his most recent releases including “Ride With Me” and “Don’t Slip“
Do not miss out on this sensational artist who has more than what it takes to be in the lane of all mainstream artists.
Hiphop Artist Jordan Williams and His Unique Music Style
Music is an art form that uses sound to create an emotional response in listeners. It can take many different forms, including pop, rock, classical, and hip-hop. Artists who create music are known as musicians, and they can be solo performers or part of a band or ensemble. Musicians use a variety of instruments, such as guitar, piano, and drums, as well as their own voices, to create and perform music.
Music is a powerful form of expression and can evoke a wide range of emotions in listeners. It has the ability to bring people together and create a sense of community. Many people find solace and comfort in music, and it can also be used as a form of therapy. He is trailblazing the way for hip hop/Rap and house music to merge here in the U.S. to bring both genres to the future.
The world is ready to be fully conscious and in the future. He did a radio interview for CJRU in Toronto for his 4 track EP back in 2020. His music was played on Chile electronic radio station. His biggest challenge was steeping outside the box and really do something new. Everyone is quick to judge the final product without realizing what I took to bring me here. He over came that weight by dedication and the fear that someone else wants his dream.
He wants this genre that he is creating to be the blueprint for the music in the future. Starting with hip hop/ rap. And next year he sees himself touring and showing the future of music. He wants these articles to fully turn the spot light on him at the highest level. He only gives you full permission to talk about him and his music. To promote his song You Know him and the music video along with his upcoming track that he likes that, Along with just major brand awareness.
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IG Jordanwilliamsmuzic Youtube Jordan Williams Official Spotify Jordan Williams Apple Music Jordan Williams Website deephouserap.com