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The Bridge Hip Hop Summit & YGEA Awards in Atlanta, Sept 23-27th!!



The Bridge Hip Hop Summit & YGEA Awards in Atlanta, Sep 23-27 feat. celebrity appearances, panels, cyphers and more 770-580-3658
Get your tickets for the 2015 Bridge Hip Hop Summit & YGEA Awards where we connect old school hip-hop culture with the new (breaking, emceeing, djing, beatboxing, graffiti writing). The summit features industry panels, guest speakers, celebrity guest appearances, hip-hop trivia, cyphers, performances, and more. For reserved seating and/or performance opportunities, contact 770.580.3658
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Random Convo w/ G Hicks

    
Random Convo w/ G Hicks

Random conversation w/ G Hicks on The New ATL, Credit, The Zombie Apocalypse and male erectile dysfunction. Always with his humorous twist


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Interview with Lil' Hines (Speaks about "A Few", growing up in Georgia and more!)



Check out this one on one interview with rising Atlanta, GA stationed rap artist Lil' Hines.  In this interview Lil' Hines sits down with South East Hip Hop Magazine to talk about his new single "A Few", making music coming up, the concepts behind a lot of his songs and more!  Read all about it below.  


South East Hip Hop Magazine:  What's up Lil' Hines?
Lil' Hines: What's up Southeast Hip hop Magazine? What's Good

South East Hip Hop Magazine:  Doing well, thanks for asking.  Where are you from?
Lil' Hines:     I'm originally from Riceboro Ga aka "Backwoodz" 912 area code.  Southeast Ga 4hrs away from Atlanta.  I currently live in Atlanta South Side College Park. 

South East Hip Hop Magazine:  How long have you been rapping?Lil' Hines:   Since I can remember probably around 12 or earlier. I made my first full mixtape with about 16 songs in the 7th grade.  I entitled it My World. It was on cassette tape back then (laughs). I would pass it around to my class mates and let them listen to it.

South East Hip Hop Magazine: What inspired you to become a rapper?Lil' Hines:  I was always musically inclined.  I learned how to play the drums at my local church at a young age. I also had passion of writing poems. I would write for class projects, and write my own Easter and Christmas speeches. So I just kinda put the 2 together. When my aunt (Rest In Peace) bought me my first beat machine I took off from there.

South East Hip Hop Magazine:  Who were some of the rappers you grew up listening to?Lil' Hines:   I had a older brother so a lot of the music he put me on to was what him and his home boys was listening to. So back then it would have been Outkast, UGK, Goddie Mob, 3 Six Mafia, Ghetto Boyz, 8ball and MJG, Scarface, Jt Money, Trick Daddy, Paster Troy, a lot of the down south rappers. When I got a little older and branched off I picked up some Biggie, Nas. Jay-Z, Busta Rhymes, Fabolous, DMX, and the Ruff Ryders, Missy Elliott Snoop and Dre, TI, Jeezy, Ludacris, Lil Jon, Master P, but what I mostly listen to was the whole Cash Money Click. Hot Boys, Big Tymers, Wayne, Juvie, Turk, BG, Mannie Fresh and Baby! Once I heard them I rarely even listen to anything else, I was hooked. That's when I started to take the rapping thing serious.


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Migos - What A Feeling (Prod. By Zaytoven)

    

Migos drop "Yung Rich Nation" joint  "What A Feeling. (Prod.Zaytoven) Debut album out everywhere July 31st!

via: http://www.stackorstarvedvd.com/migos-what-a-feeling-prod-by-zaytoven


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New Single ALERT! "Comfortable" - K Camp (Rap)

    
New Single ALERT! "Comfortable" - K Camp (Rap)

I told my friend K Sweat (not to be confused with me or Keith Sweat lol) that she should check out this new record I was just sent from DJ L Nyce and TJ Champman. I knew it would be a hit. I've been a K Camp fan, but this single right here gives listeners a little taste of what K Camp can do. Singing, rapping, and seducing listeners (especially women lol) with his lyrics in "Comfortable". I've been listening to this since it's release and it hit mainstream radio almost immediately. I've not heard it play as much as I would like on the radio, so I'm hoping it takes off even more here soon.


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2 Chainz - Watch Out

    

New music from Titty Boi bka "2 Chainz" off his new mixtape titled TrapAvelli Due on August 13th. Here's an FKI-produced song, "Watch Out."

via: http://www.stackorstarvedvd.com/2-chainz-watch-out


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Atlanta's Patchwerk Studios is currently celebrating their 20th Anniversary and I was invited to share some of my earliest and most recent memories of this place. I actually heard of Patchwerk back when it was a record label with guys like Ras Kass and Meen Green. Years later I went on to conduct alot of my interviews and photoshoots here as well. I even studied under the homie Kevin "Mr. Soul" Harp who has been the long time in-house graphic designer there some years ago. Check out this clip and be sure to look at the dozen other videos featuring Rico Wade, Jazze Pha, David Banner and others over at Patchwerk's Youtube page.

Also, I wrote a feature story on Patchwerk's 20 years in the game for RESPECT Magazine. It's in the current issue with Future and Mike Will Made It on the cover, which hit newsstands today.

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via: http://mauricegarland.com/2015/07/maurice-garland-speaks-on-patchwerk-studios-20th-anniversary


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Alley Boy - Definition Of F*ck Shit 3

    

Check out the latest mixtape series installment from Duct Tape's own Ally Boy "Definition Of F*ck Shit 3" hosted by DJ Victoriouz and DJ Lil Keem down below on livemixtapes!

via: http://www.stackorstarvedvd.com/alley-boy-definition-of-fck-shit-3


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Young Thug - I Need Chickens

    

New music from Young Thug titled "I Need Chickens." Produced by Mike Will Made-It

via: http://www.stackorstarvedvd.com/young-thug-i-need-chickens


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Sauce Walka Featuring K Camp - A Bag

    

Check out the latest video from Sauce Walka featuring K Camp produced by Big Fruit shot by OrbitDidIt called "A Bag" down below!

via: http://www.stackorstarvedvd.com/sauce-walka-featuring-k-camp-a-bag


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Skippa Da Flippa - First Day Out

    

New visual from QC artist Skippa Da Flippa - First Day Out Dir. Azae Production

via: http://www.stackorstarvedvd.com/skippa-da-flippa-first-day-out


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Tariq Nasheed's 'Code Of Conduct Tour': Atlanta Q&A Session (Video)
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National bestselling author and producer of critically acclaimed documentary series "Hidden Colors", Tariq Nasheed spoke in Atlanta recently at the Alliance Theater.  Tariq is currently on his "Code of Conduct Tour" where he started off in Philadelphia making a stop in Atlanta and finishing in Detroit July 18th.  I was in attendance for the lecture and it was information filled as Tariq gave the packed theater a set of codes that the African American community can put to use to empower the community.  This clip is from the Q&A he had after his speech and be on the lookout the full lecture that will be available for purchase soon Click Here to follow Tariq Nasheed for updates.

-ArtByOdell Twitter/SoundCloud

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via: http://www.jayforce.com/videos/tariq-nasheed-qa-footage-from-atl-code-of-conduct-tour-video


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K. Camp - Room 1102

    

New music from K. Camp. With production from Illa Jones for this new joint "Room 1102."

via: http://www.stackorstarvedvd.com/k-camp-room-1102


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DJ Scream & DJ MLK - Soundtrack Of The Summer

    

DJ MLK and DJ Scream team up to release a new mixtape titled Soundtrack of the Summer.

via: http://www.stackorstarvedvd.com/dj-scream-dj-mlk-soundtrack-of-the-summer


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