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Rich Wisdom host of the Friday Night Happy Hour on www.kazifm.org or 88.7 FM in Austin

Born in  Hallettsville Texas on November 9th, Rich Wisdom has claimed Austin as his “City”or second home since 1990. Inspired by the energies from the southern rap scene, Rich Wisdom has been involved with music all of his adult life. in 2004 he formed a group. along with his counter-part Kush Wilson, formed a group named PMG. In 2015, he met DJ Teddy Bear who is a veteran at KAZI.FM, and a friendship surrounding a passion for music quickly blossomed. Teddy asked Rich Wisdom to be a guest host on his show and has been hooked every since. Now DJ Rich Wisdom can be heard every 2nd and 4th Friday from 6pm-9pm as a host of the Friday Night Happy Hour on www.kazifm.org or 88.7 FM in Austin and surrounding areas.

DMajur (born Daniella BenShabbat) is a promising new Middle Eastern model

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DMajur (born Daniella BenShabbat) is a promising new Middle Eastern model who resides in the city of Boston, MA where she was born and raised. “DMajur” is a combination of the first letter of her first name, Daniella, and Majur which describes her unique looks and exotic profile. With the popularity of multi-ethnic cultures in the entertainment industry today, DMajur is poised to be the freshest face in the entrainment world. She became interested in becoming a model while still in high school. In 2008 she graduated from Brookline High School, one of the top schools in Massachusetts. She received her diploma and continues her way through college as well as pursuing modeling as her career. Since she’s started her modeling career, DMajur has worked with many photographers who have done work with famous dancers, actors, rappers, and plenty more of the world’s famous entertainment industry. She is currently expanding her work between video shoots, photo shoots, magazines, fashion shows, and hosting events.
CONTACT INFO/BOOKING

Facebook: DMajur Int
Facebook Fan Page: DMajur
Twitter: @DMajur
Website (currently under construction): www.dmajur.com

Cortez Bryant of Young Money Cashmoney

TREDUBB: Hello Cortez Bryant of Young Money Cashmoney,how are you doing?
Cortez Bryan: I¹ve been doing well, bro. I¹ve been working hard as usual.
What¹s good?

TREDUBB: Won’t you let everybody know where you from?
Cortez Bryant: Born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana.

TREDUBB: Did you start off as a deejay before you became a manager?
Cortez Bryant:  Yeah, when I first started, I was a deejay, security, a
bagboy ­ I did just about everything when Wayne and I first started off. Up
until two years ago, I stopped deejaying. It was right before the I Am Music
Tour ­ that was the first time I stopped deejaying for him.

TREDUBB: How did you get into being a manager?
Cortez Bryant: Basically, Lil Wayne and I were best friends during my senior
year in college and he called me up saying he needed help in taking his
career further. I didn’t know what I was doing but I was like, ³You my
homey, so we can learn together.² And that¹s how it all started off.

TREDUBB: How did you meet Lil Twist?
Cortez Bryant: The first time I met him we had a show for a radio station in
Dallas. I saw him at the show and he came up to me and gave me a CD and told
me the rap. The second time I met him, we did a show in Tyler, Texas and it
just so happened that I ran into him again and I remembered him from the
first time. He had a hard time – the promoter wouldn¹t let him open up for
Lil Wayne so I went up to the promoter and told him to make sure he put
Twist on stage. I watched him perform and I said this kid¹s got talent and
so we picked him up. That was four years ago.

TREDUBB: We see you stay busy getting it in! Congrats on all your
success, much respect to everything you do.
Cortez Bryant: Yeah, I appreciate that.

TREDUBB: Did you attend college to learn what you know to become a
manager?
Cortez Bryant: I went to college.

TREDUBB: What college did you attend?
Cortez Bryant: Jackson State University in Mississippi and I got a degree in
Communication. There are different elements that I use my degree with in
business, but it didn’t teach me how to be a manager. I learned that from
other people around me; I was just sitting back observing at the beginning.

TREDUBB: I am glad you are letting these entrepreneurs know this
because a lot of people that get into the game now think it’s easy to become
a manager. They think you just have to book shows so you have to get into
the business to learn the business side of it as well?
Cortez Bryant: Right!

TREDUBB: How is it working for Cash Money and Young Money?
Cortez Bryant: Well, Young Money/Cash Money is a family but it’s two
separate businesses. Cash Money supports Young Money and puts the music in
the stores, while Young Money is a separate entity. We¹ve got our own
business structure and Cash Money¹s got it’s own business structure, but
other than that they¹re both great and awesome just because of that family
environment. We¹ve got a tight bond and we communicate well with each other.
It’s more than just a job, It’s like you are part of a crew and we have fun
at the same time.

TREDUBB: Are Lil Wayne and Lil Twist the only artists you are managing
right now?
Cortez Bryant: And Drake!

TREDUBB: How is it working with Drake?
Cortez Bryant: It’s great. Drake is a great artist, he’s talented and I
learned a lot from him. He’s very marketable and he opened up a whole other
lane in Corporate America, like getting the Kodak deal.

TREDUBB: When you look for an artist, what are the key things you look
for?
Cortez Bryant: First thing would be talent. I believe with talent, you¹ve
got to be unique. You¹ve got to have something nobody has seen or heard of,
you¹ve got to have swag, you¹ve got to have that look. And all of that is
ultimately more important than just having talent. I mean, they¹ve got to
have some unique voice or sound to stand out from the millions of people out
right now, but what¹s most important after talent is the personality, swag
and look.

TREDUBB: And also their work ethic too.
Cortez Bryant: Yeah, definitely!

TREDUBB: What kind of advice would you have for any artist wanting to
pursue a music career?
Cortez Bryant: I advise them to go hard. If you¹re trying to be a rapper or
a singer, try to get support from their local radio station deejays and try
to pop in your region, but don’t try to do anything too big. Build a fan
base in your local region and make enough noise and a record label will come
looking for you.

TREDUBB: The ladies would like to know if you are single?
Cortez Bryant: Yea, I¹m single.

TREDUBB: With being in the industry, does it make it hard for you to
find someone committing to you and not the lifestyle you live?
Cortez Bryant: Yeah, that is definitely hard. That¹s one of the biggest
sacrifices in my personal relationships. I mean, it’s hard for a female to
stomach and deal with everything, especially with the traveling three to
four times a week. When I had a girlfriend, I probably saw her once a month
and that would be just for a couple of days. In the beginning, they would be
like, ³Yeah, I can handle it,² but then it wears down and the long distance
puts a strain on the relationship. Yeah, it’s hard to find somebody with how
busy I am.

TREDUBB: What kind of female interests you?
Cortez Bryant: She¹s got to have common sense. She¹s got to be smart and
somebody I can talk to and who I can laugh and have fun with. That¹s about
it.

TREDUBB: Do you do any charity work?
Cortez Bryant: I give back by speaking at high schools as well as being a
mentor and giving direction to those in need. I show them there is a better
way out than the streets so they don’t have to go through what I went
through when I started.

TREDUBB: Did Hurricane Katrina affect any of your family members?
Cortez Bryant: Yeah, I had a few family members there. It was really messed
up at first but everything is getting back on track now.

TREDUBB: Do you feel President Obama is doing his part to help out the
Hurricane Katrina victims?
Cortez Bryant: It’s not Obama, it’s more the state. The state has the funds
from the government, but I just don’t think the state of Louisiana is doing
what they need to do to make the funds work in the right places. I think
they¹re putting it into other areas like the French Quarters and not the
neighborhoods hit with poverty. Essentially, I don’t think it’s the
president; it’s the state of Louisiana and how they are distributing the
funds.

TREDUBB: What direction do you see Young Money going in?
Cortez Bryant: Up. We¹re going to be successful because we are going to be a
label where artists are able to cultivate their talent and grow with the
company.

TREDUBB: Are you working with any new artists?
Cortez Bryant: Lil Twist and Tyga will be the next artists coming out.

TREDUBB: Did Young Money sign T-Pain after all?
Cortez Bryant: We are still negotiating.

TREDUBB: Well me and Supastars Magazine appreciate your support
and taking the time to speak with us. We support Young Money/Cash Money and
all their artists. Shout out to U,Lil Twist, Birdman, Slim, Lil Wayne,Shanell, Drake,Tyga,Nicki Minaj,Bow Woww
Mack Maine,Dj Khaled Ace Hood and the rest of YMCMB family. Do you have any last words or
anything you want to say to the readers?
Cortez Bryant: I just want to say I appreciate u TreDuBB and Supastars Magazine for the
support and everybody that supports Young Money and Cash Money – we are
going to continue to give you good music.
                                INTERVIEW BY TREDUBB

E.L aka Lemonjuice aka E Dot

Supastars Magazine got a chance to check out an artist from Central Texas who’s been putting in work and always speaks his mind and tells it how it is no matter what!!Won’t you tell the people who you are and where you from?

– E.L aka Lemonjuice aka E Dot well, u get the picture , spent my whole life back and forth between Temple and Cameron Tx. Kinda have 2 cities to rep for.

Are you signed to any lable or are you independent?

Independent , tryin to start up my own imprint called ” the lemonade stand “but work with Noki Swazy and the good folks at Nappytown Productions.

What made decide you wanted to become a rapper?

Alot of people don’t know but I never wanted to be a rapper, i was into DJ’in and throwing parties in high school. I hung around rappers, noticed how much attention they were getting so I said ” to hell with it , let me give it a shot “. It turns out it came natrual to me.

Do you remember your first rhyme you wrote?

Haha! Yeah, I actually do , looking back at it , it wasn’t all that great

You also produce tracks?

Yeah, from time to time. Gotta have an alternative. I can’t rap forever

What software do you think is the best on the market right now to produce beats?

I think FL studio, to me , it’s great for starters as well as the ” established ” producer.

Who all have you produced for?

I like to consider myself a “house” producer , I have an extremely busy schedule outside of music . But other than my camp ,artists that were featured on my production have been : Southstarr (Smilez and Southstarr) , Sparkdawg, Smokesta, Eisntagator, TA Wreckords and Smoke (No Limit Sounds)….. I think there’s more, wait…. I know there’s more but I’ve been drinking.

With the music becoming so saturated with these overnight rappers do you think it affects the music industry?

Not one bit ,  we as listeners have no clue on what they did before their “big break”. They have been blessed the opportunity to showcase their talent or  lack of based on today’s standards that are played on the radio

Some rappers get in a zone before they hit the lab.Whats your ritual before you hit the booth?

Good question , anyone who knows me knows that a studio session with me requires alcohol, horse tranquilizers, energy drinks and a whole lot of clowning. I like to have fun while recording. If you ain’t laughing you ain’t living.

Dallas artists are making dance tracks to get recognition what do you think artists in your area need to do to get exposure?

Be themselves and keep doing what they’re doing . I like how the younger artists are coming together and supporting each other at shows and such .

Do the radio stations where you at show locals artists support?

kazi 88.7 down here in Austin

Are you working on any new projects or collaborations?

Currently working on my solo and working on a joint Duo album with Chris P of TA . I wanna work with Dj Chuk aka Mr Hood Throwdown but he’s a busy man

With all the rap artists coming into the rapgame who would say get play in your cd player?

I listen to nothing but 254 rap . I am still jammin that Nappytown “Antidote” album . I’m a fan first,

Are you still the C.E.O of Labratz?

Well, with that situation, I didn’t feel as if there was a CEO, it was 3 individuals that put in equal amount of effort and energy towards the movement. Eventho I bought all the beer. ( whuddup Ty and Boss )

Can we expect another Labratz album?

Another LabRatz album is highly unlikely. We all have went our seperate ways musically. Don’t get me wrong, we all still talk on a daily basis cause we’re brothers , our kids play with each other but….. Seeing all 3 of us on stage rockin the crowd again is slim to none.

If someone wants to network with you or need your production where can they reach you?

Dixie cups, carrier pigeons, smoke signals ect…. If that doesn’t work hit me up at
ejlemons@gmail.com

Got a Myspace,Twitter or Facebook?

Myspace.com/edotl
Twitter.com/edot

Last Words Or Shout Outs?

Yeah, shout outs to all the drunk sexy big girls out there….. E.L loves you



E.L.
www.reverbnation.com/edot
www.myspace.com/edotl
www.twitter.com/edot

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Hittmenn DJs Bigg V reppin Cleveland Mississippi

 
1.What’s going on Bigg V?Thanx for all the luv you showed us when we were in
Cleveland Mississippi.We appreciate it.
2.Also congratulates on your 2009 SEA WIN!& your Duval Diamond Award Win!Did
you expect to win?

If anybody should it should be me lol no Seriously!!!!

3.How did you star off in the music industry?Do you remember your first
deejaying gig?You also got some Military Aircraft Electrician skills right?

It was in my veins to be a Dj or a Preacher well Looks like the DJ
Won! Started by hangin around with Older Djs and doing whatever I
could to be at the local radio station. Carrying Records, Equipment,
Running Errands, just to be around the business.

My first gig yes sirrrr!!! Lacy Hall Bass Amplifier, Home Stereo, did
the Records & Double Cassette Player Mix!!! lmao!!!!

Millitary yes got skills to pay the bills Aircraft Instrument Repair,
Flight Control System Expert, short version from Fighter Jets to
Helicopters
you want me there if you got a problem.

4.Do you feel that the Hittmenn DJs are the world’s biggest record breaking

coalition?When did you become a Hittmenn Dj?

One of them yes !!! I RESPECT ALL DJS!! from the Country Jock in a
Blues Club, or the College Campus Dj, all the way to the top. Just
dont disrespect me so you dont have to find out about the other side
of Bigg V.

 5.Since the release of FEMA F.ederal E.mergency(4)Mississippi which Artists
do you feel are indusrty ready?Who’s hot in Mississippi on the underground
circiuit?

Maaaaane a lot of cats are Ready! Some more than others!!! ck the
mixtape Judge for yourself..I have to be politically correct here. Yes
Siir.

 6.Were you the youngest black General Manager at Delta Radio Inc?

Yes I was the GM of 7 Radio Stations what most dont know is I know the
Radio Station business from all angles. P and L statements, bottomline
reports, FCC regulations, ASCAP/BMI/Sesac fees, Ratings, Programming,
Production, Salaries, LMA’s you get my drift.

7.How did you link up with Dj Hustle Man?

One of the hardest Dj’s Period!!!! Saw his grind and talent is Space
Age!!! You gotta align yourself with the right team of people.

8.Are you associated with any other dj groups or radio stations?

CoolRunnings, Team BIgga Rankin, and my hometeam The Hotjocks!!!

9.What’s going on with The Doughman” Radio and Street Promotions?

Staffing up and making some moves drumrollllllll! Label coming soon.

10.Any new mixtapes dropping soon?Can we expect a FEMA CHECK Part 2?

Yes FEMA CHECK Part2? and more.

 11.How do you feel about the deejays who still use payola?

Simple when a Dj can gas up for free, get  CDJ’s, Turntables, Needles,
Serato, laptops, Speakers, Amplifiers, Tracktor, Speaker Wires,
Microphones, Mixers, Hard Drives, Lights, Speaker Stands, Clothing,
Living Expenses, Promotional Flyers, Equipment Bags, Transportation
and more for Free!!!! Wellllll there you have it.

 12.If anybody needs a Dj or just wants to contact you on some business how
can they go about it?

662-347-4136 or vradio@gmail.com or call me at my office 662-843-4091×18

13.What’s next for Hittmen Dj Bigg V?

Becoming Debt Free!!!!!!!

14.It was a pleasure interviewing you wish you much success in the
furture.Any Last Words?
Yea thanx TREDUBB and Supastars Magazine for the interview

Make your Target the Universe and you will get the Earth, State, City,
town and Etc. Yes and help some Get Some Money!!! and Repeat!


Bigg V Dj/Radio,Clubs,&Streets
Jammin 104/Power 106.5/Carnivo XO
Hittmenn Djs/HotJocks/Down-South Djs
Team Bigga Rankin/Cool Runnings

Paul Wall STRAIGHT OUTTA H TOWN

1.Some of your fans want to know what you are doing to give back to the community?

I think the most important thing to give back is presence in the community. People want to see that you are a part of their lives. Their struggles, and successes.

2.Your new single BusyBody ft Webbie and Mouse how did that come about?

I’ve wanted to work with them for a long time, and we finally made it happen. We took a trip down to Baton Rouge, Louisiana and hooked up with them in the studio and we came out with a hit

3.Your Fastlife album that drops May12th makes album number 5 for you right?

I’ve got so many albums I’ve lost track! Hopefully I’ll get the opportunity to continue making music for many more albums to come

4.What collabs do you have on it?

Too Short, Baby Bash, Young Joc, Lil Keke, Zro, Trae, Tech N9NE. Also on production there’s Travis Barker, Play N Skillz, Beanz N Cornbread, Happy Perez

5.What’s gonna be your follow up single to Busy Body?

I have know idea, I let the record label decide that

6.Also i see you are associated with Expensive Taste with Travis Barker and SkinHead Rob?

Yeah definitely. We have a group together as well as a clothing line. Our website is www.igotexpensivetaste.com

7.Since the recession has it affected your business ventures?

God is continuing to bless me and my ventures, but since if it wasn’t a recession I’m sure they would be even more blessed. But have to much to be grateful for to complain

8.Besides a new album what else you got in the works?

Me and my boy TV Johnny just put out our own line of watches. You can get them at www.grillsbypaulwall.com

9.Any last words?

Yeah check me out on twitter @paulwallbaby and make sure you pick up my new album THE FAST LIFE on May 12

NOTE THAT GOD IN SOME SENSE STORES UP OUR PRAYERS, ALTHOUGH THE LORD MAY NOT ANSWER OUR PRAYERS IMMEDIATELY, HE DOES NOT CAST THEM ASIDE, BUT KEEPS THEM FOR THE PROPER TIME OF FULFILLMENT…

Paul Wall

INTERVIEW BY TREDUBB

IM HEZE BABY NAW HEZELEO , IM FROM PAT.

1. Thank you for your time,can you tell us who you are and where you from ..? IM HEZE BABY NAW HEZELEO , IM FROM PAT.

2. What made you start doing music …? IVE ALWAYS BEEN APART OF THE HIP HOP RAPP CULTURE SINCE A CHILD
SO NATRUALY I ADAPTED TO BATTLE RAPPIN AN FREESTYLING AN THE REST IS HISTORY

3.How did you get down with Pimp C and UGK Records…?IVE ALWAYS KNOWN PIMP AN BUN , BUT IN 03 I WAS OUT ONA CONNER SELLIN ONE OF MY FIRST MIXTAPES AN PIMPS BRO INLAW SAID HE WANTED ME TO MEET PIMPS MOM TO DISCUSS SOME BIZ MANGING MOVES , IM SO GREEN IM LIKE WHY I NEED A MANAGER BUT I WENT , AN WE TALKED FOR A LONG WHILE AN SHE ASK IF I WANTED HER TO MANAGE ME AN I SAD LETS ROCK, SO WAY BEFORE UGK RECORDS IT WAS MAMA WES MANAGEMENT WE HAD BEEN THRU THA MUDD BOUT TIME PIMP CAME HOME THATS WHEN WE HIT THA RED CARPET PIMP WAS THANKFUL THAT I STAYED DOWN WIT HIS MOM BUT AT THA SAME TIME A LIL NOID TRYIN TA FIGURE IF I WAS A GINUNE NEGGA OR A FRAUD THRU OUT OUR TIME SPENT HE SEEN WHO I WAS AN WAS PROUD .DONT GET ME WRONG WE HAD GREAT TIMES AN BAD TIMES BUT BEFORE HE PAST AWAY ALL THA SMOKE WAS CLEAR MY NEGGA NEW I WAS A SOLID, AN I FEEL GGOD THAT WE DIDNT PART WITH NO IFY SHIT GOING ON I CAN SAY REST IN PEACE MY NEGGA WIT A CLEAR MIND AN HEART
4.How has Mama Wes and everybody on the UGK Record lable been doing since the lost of Pimp C(R.I.P 2 Pimp C)?ITS BEEN VERY HARD ITS LIKE BEING HALF AS FULL OF LIFE AN EXCITEMENT AN THEN THA NEXT MOMENT ITS ALL JUST MEMORIES, THIS DUDE WAS A DAM FOOL HE’D MAKE A NEGGA LAUGH TILL YOUR SIDE WOULD HURT I MISS THAT NEGGA MANE , THEY WILL NEVER BE ANOTHER AS FOR MAMA SHES STRONG BUT I NO SHES GOING THRU A RUFF TIME THA LOST OF HER SON THAN SHORTLY LATER WHILE WE WERE AT THA OZONE AWARDS HER MOTHER PAST WAT A BLOW . BUT ALL AN ALL WE BACK AT WORK
5.Can you explain what the Triangle Movement and TGR is?THE TRIANGLE IS THE AREA WE FROM BMT PAT AN ORANGE ON THA MAP ITS A TRIANGLE AN ITS CALLED THE GOLDEN TRIANGLE, WELL I STARTED THIS MOVEMENT AWHILE BACK TO CONNECT THESE AREAS AN NOCK DOWN THE BARRIER OF IM FROM PA FUK BMT VICE VERSA ITS WORKED WE DID A PROJECT FEAT ARTIST FROM EACH AREA PIMP ALSO HELPED OUT THE GUYS WERE AMAZED BUT THANKS TO RILIEY B AN PIMP I WAS ABLE TO GET IT DONE. AN TGR IS THE LABEL I SHARE WITH MY BRO CARTEL HE’S ON LOCK BUT WILL BE HOME INA BOUT 22MTHS WE HAVE A FEW ARTIST WEVE BEEN GROOMING AN FEAT ON MIXTAPES ETC.
6.Let It Be Known is your new Album how did you hook up with Micheal Watts and Swisha House on it..?Got any features on it?IT FEAT GLASSES MALONE , UGK XVII SOME OF THE UGK POSSE AN A FEW HOMIES OF MINE
7.Cadillac,Turn Heads,Shutting Down The Club,When I Roll and 500 are some heaters but Poking Out is a track that stood out to me cause you mentioned Pimp C’s Kids,Mama Wes and the UGK lable were you putting somebody on blast?NOT PARTICULARLY IM KINDA LIKE BUN I AINT GON GIVE NO HOE ASS NEGGA NO SHINE IM NOT GONA SAY A NEGGA NAME , NOW IF ITS JUST ON OR YEA IMA GOIN ONA MARK NAME ETC BUT SO FAR IM GOOD I AINT TRIPPIN HATERS HAVE BEEN AROUND AS LONG AS TOILET PAPER THERE HERE TA CATCH THA SHIT HOLD UP.
8.Hustle produced by Clay Maker is a hot track who else did production for you on the album?I FUK WITH ALOT OF UP AN COMMING PROD I HAVE VMAN ON THERE RICCIOCETTE FROM DTOWN MR. CLEVA FROM DTOWN MY NEGGA TBERRY HE HEAVY IN IT AN PORNSTARS OF THA TOP OF MY HEAD AN BTP HOMEY WHO DID ICE CREAM PAINT JOB FOR DORROUGH
9.Drop It To The Ground is hitting the airwaves in Dallas on K 104f fm.What made you target the Dallas market to work the single?THE HURRICANE THREW ME IN DTOWN A WHILE BACK AN I LIKE THE WAY THA SUPPORT WAS DOWN THERE RADIO BREAKING LOCALS CLUB ETC THATS HOT IN MY AREA THEY WILL SPIN YO SHIT BUT THEY AINT BREAKIN SHIT IVE BEEN GETTIN SPNS IN MY AREA FOR YEARS BUT THEY WONT DOIT CONSANTANT ENOUGH TO  BREAK JUST HALF AS INTRODUCE AN IN HTOWN IVE CLUBED AN CHILLED THERE SO MUCH TO ME ITS LIKE A HUGE ASS PA BUT WAY MORE SHIT TO DO AN PLACES TO GO ,I LOVE HTOWN BUT THEY GOT THEY STARZ AN IM FROM NEITHER SO IM NEUTRAL I CAN GO WHERE EVER AN DO WAT EVER SO I CAME BACK TO DTOWN AN BEEN MIXIN AN NETWORKING IM ALWAYS EITHER IN PA HTOWN DTOWN OR ONA ROAD

10.Alot of people don’t know what TRILL is can you fill them in cause alot of them be yelling it but don’t know what TRILL mean. MY MEANING IS ONE IN THA SAME OF THA MASSES WHO WERE APART OF THAT ERA TRUE AN REAL
I WAS IN A LETS SAY GROUP BACK IN THA DAY AN ONE OF THE GROUPS LEADERS CAME FROM LETS SAY A VACATION AN INTRODUCED US ALL IN PA TO THE WORD AN THA SWAGER OG SPOON GUY AN FROM THERE IT GREW LIKE CRAZY PIMP AN BUN MADE IT WORLDWIDE AN THA REST IS HISTORY , I AM THE LAST OF THA TRILL REASON WHY THAT ERA WAS ORIGINALY COINED FROM MY PEERS WE DID TRILL SHIT AN LIVED TRILL THE CUTS SHORT TX ALL THAT WAS A ERA AN IM THE LAST ONE WITH A VOICE TO BE ABLE TO SPEAK ON IT DONT GET ME WRONG ITS A GANG OF TRILL NEGGAS FROM PA THAT COME FROM THAT CLOTH BUT THEY WONT GET HERD UNLESS ME OR BUN GO AN EXPOSE THAT I PLAN TO CAUSE I BANGED WIT THAT ERA ETC
11.You and TreDuBB collabed on a track Where They At off TreDuBB’s new album Ambitious you trampled that beat.So if you feel a beat do you instantly start writing or is a process of Good drink and some smoke to get you motivated to kill a track? SOBER MUSIC IS IN ME LRYICS IVE NEVER NEED NUTIN BUT A JAMMIN AS TRACK MOST OF THE TIME IF IT BANGS ENOUGH IT WILL HOLD MY ATTENTION TILL I COMPLETE MY TASK AN PLUS WE USE TO SPEED WRITE IN THA LAB PIMP WOULD WRITE A 16 INA BOUT 7 MINS I STARTED TO DOIT ALSO I ALWAYS HAVE BUT I NEVER TIMED IT TILL HE AMAZED THA SHIT OUT OF ME ONE DAY SO I STARTED SHARPEN MY ABILTY TO SPEED WRITE I DOIT ALOT BUT SOME TIMES I SIT AN PONDER AN CREATE RECORDS
12.Can we expect to see any videos from you off your Let It Be Known album?YEA I DROPED ONE TO THE SONG 500 I PLAN TO DO SHUTTIN DOWN THA CLUB N ONE MORE

13.How can someone book you for a show or collabs?Got a Twitter?TWITTER.COM/HEZELEO  EMAIL TGRUGK@HOTMAIL.COM OR CONTACT 713-545-6161

14.What can we expect from Hezeleo in the future?CURRENTLY IM WORKIN ON THREE UNDERGOUNDS DJ CHUCK T DEEP INA HEART OF TX PART 7 COMMIN SOON HOSTED BY ME GOT SOME HOT FLOWS ONIT ALSO TRILL THOUSAND TENN DJ 4SHO AL EXCLUSIVES HOTT AN MONEY INA STREETS COMMING SOON MORE VIDEO’S O YEA IM ALSO FEAT ON PIMPS NEW PROJECT COMMING SOON NAKED SOUL OF SWEET JAMES JONES AN JSUT A GANG OF UNDRGROUND FEATS ETC.
15.Any Shouts or Last Words?YEA, FIRST ID LIKE TO GIVE PRAISE TO GOD FOR MAKEIN EVERYTHING POSSIBLE AN TO ALL THE SUPPORTERS OUT THERE WHO BUY OR RECORDS AN DOWNLOADS ETC FROM ME TO YOU THANK YOU MY AM WHO HAVE ALLOWED ME TO CHASE MY DREAMS WITHOUT JUDGING ME THANK YOU AN ALL THE DJS WHO SUPPORT MY MUSIC THANKS AN TO YOU ALL FOR EXPOSING A UNDERGROUND KING WE NEED OUTLETS TO GET TO THE FANS THANK YALL HEZELEE KEEP GOD FIRST AN GET CHO MONEY YEA!!!

Blondeballer of Real Chance Of Love on Vh1

1. What have you been doing since the show Real Chance of love on Vh1  …I have been doing a couple magazines such as spire magazine and shhh! I did another show set to air soon and I also do club appearances. I love to spend time with the family and I also go to school.
2. How did your Reality Show career start to take off ..I was actually at a snoop dogg concert at the Rose Bowl and someone asked me if I would like to try out for a reality show. I did and about a week later they called me back and said pack your bags.
3.  What is the biggest drawback for being on the show …I would have to say the haters who are on you about the show but really dont know that it was edited. THey make you a character and thats not who you really are in real life. They can make you seem horrible when really your a nice person.
4. Is it hard being so popular or do you love the celebrity …No I like it. I like that people watch the show and actually remember my face. It makes me smile that even if people are hating that they recognize me and notice that I am doing something with my life. Maybe it will encourage someone who is sitting on the couch like I was a year ago to go and persue it.

5. Will you be doing Vh1’s Charm School ..hummmm you know what if they ask me I will.
6. How have you juggled your Reality Show career & your Law School …It is hard. I have had to do alot of work from the computer and even miss out on some club events but all in all I just try to take it a day at a time.
7. What advice do you have for other ladies looking to follow in your footsteps ..GET UP GO DO IT!!!! If you really think you can you can. Let me tell you it is not hard to be on reality TV so get up and go do it.
8. How has your safe way to lose weight worked out for you , can you tell us the secret to lose weight safely ..It has worked I have lost 10 pounds and it has been easy because the secret it to eat every 3 hours and who does not love to eat right? Just small meals all day until 1 hour before bed.
9. Do have any info to give your fans ..JUST I LOVE YOU AND YOU KEEP ME WANTING TO DO TV without fans your no one. Even if your in a magazine it does not mean that it will sell fans are the ones that keep you going.
10 What is your twitter..
twitter- vh1blondeballer

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11. Any last words or Shout-outs …I LOVE MY MOM AND MY DAD AND FAMILY AND SUPASTARS MAGAZINE

Hailing from the small cities of Belton and Temple, TX, Nappytown

Hailing from the small cities of Belton and Temple, TX, Nappytown has paved the way for a lot of artist around the area.

1.  Tell the people who you are and how you came up with the name Nappytown?

N: Our name is Nappytown and we are part of The 254 Movement and the creators of the “Welcome to 254” anthem featuring Plane Money Ent, formerly Playa Made Texans, and D.S.G., formerly Dolla Sign Gold.

M: Actually Noki came up with the name of the group while we were in high school. He was inspired by his uncle’s words describing our cities as there’s nothing to do but take naps. So that’s the name we ran with.

N: So for the record, the word “Nappy” is not meant in a disrespectful way, let’s get that clear.

2. Noki when did you start making beats? Who all have you produced for?

I started messing around with music when I was 12. I always wanted a drum set but Mother couldn’t afford one so she bought me a Yamaha PSR 420 and it was over after that. I’ve produced tracks for Jokaman, Spark Dawg, Yung Texxus, Green City, Kyle Lee, Question, Hezeleo, Lil C, and many other great artists.

3. Mario G when did you get in the game? And what inspired you pick up the mic?

I started writing music when I was 12. I feel that it came natural to me due the fact that my whole family just about does music. (Conjunto, tejano, heavy metal, blues, etc) but I’m the first MC of the family.

4. Tell me Noki what’s your recipe for a good beat? Which is a better program Fruity Loops or Reasons? Mario G what motivates you to write a song?

N: For a good beat you need rhythm, a clear mind, and passion, without those, you’ll be lost. As for programs, it’s not what you have but how you use it. That’s my opinion though, everyone’s different.

M: Everything motivates me to write music! I love all genres, styles and eras of music. It can be anything from what I feel or if I’m telling someone else’s story in my rhymes. Either way, I love to do it and almost anything inpsires me.

5. With one of yall being from Belton and the other from Temple, did that bring together the two cities or was it still a rilvary at the time?

M: Growing up, I’ve always know for Temple and Belton to dislike one another. But you never really see the rivalry between to two cities until the annual high school football game between the Temple Wildcats and Belton Tigers. Me and Noki still talk trash to each other but nothing serious. Lol. When we started Nappytown there was a lot of hatin on me cause I’m from Temple and they didn’t like it when I was makin music with someone from Belton but as time went on people just accepted it and now we have fans from both cities..the shit is lovely.

N: You know, it’s different for a lot of people. Some take it as a unity that needed to happen and then you have some people that can’t grow up and look past the negativity. We just like to see positive things happen and so far it’s going well.

6. How did yall come up with the track Ava Devine?

M: Noki suggested we needed to make a “freak” song for the club and while brainstorming, I thought to myself “who’s the biggest freak I’ve ever seen?”  And it came to me..AVA DEVINE! Noki didn’t really know who she was but when I showed him some of her films and her skills, let’s just say he was impressed. Lol. And the track “Ava Devine” was born.

N: We would joke around and say we needed a freak like that, and eventually, we made a track about it, for our grown audience.

7. Mario G where do you see yalls music going in the future? Is there going to be new a Nappytown album Noki? Any future projects or collabs?

M: I see our music going strong independently and possibly even mainstream, we just have to make the right moves. I feel as a group we have matured and are ready to take this rap game to a whole new level.

N: We just finished recording and mixing  “The Antidote” album that will be dropping soon. I’m also currently co-working on the E.L. solo album and on Plane Money Ent’s projects and we’ll be collaborating with local artists also for upcoming releases.

8. Is Playa Made Texans a part of yalls record label? How did you hook up with Pierce Management and Jokaman?

N: Yes, Plane Money Ent. is under Nappytown Productions. I met Jokaman through Jay Classik, founder of the Hustle Squad Fam, back in ’07 when they got the track “Hustle Hard” from me that I produced for Jokaman. Later that year, we signed to Pierce Management but we are no longer with Pierce anymore but me and Jok still keep in touch and do the music 100%.

9. Besides yourself who else in Central Texas would you say is putting it down on the beats? What other artists in Temple or Belton are putting it down?

Man, Moni Johnson, E.L., Chris P., Kevin Vaughn, Million Dollar Beats are doing their thing, the producer for Fed Tyme Records, Enrique from Kingz Ink, there’s a lot of good producers out here making it.

Artists wise we’d say D.S.G., Green City, Black Sound Ent, Clova and Krib Ent, Crew 254, JP Da Pyrexican, Dubb Sixx, Gutta, Kasino, Adykted Sol, Giovanni, Big Herb, K-Wal, there’s a lot more, we just can’t think of then all.

10. Do you plan on doing a solo album Mario G? What about you Noki?

M: It’s funny you ask that! I do a lot of remixes in my spare time for mixtapes and I have thought about doing a solo album but right now, my main focus is “The Antidote” album. After that, we’ll see what happens.

N: I’m not really worried about a solo album right now, just focused on my camp, plus I never have the time.

11. How can artists in Central Texas do to get more exposure for their selves? How can people contact yall for beats or bookings? Got a Myspace or a Twitter?

N: Get out the area they’re from and try to get love from other cites and states. When your hometown sees you too much of you, they tend to get bored of you, ha.

For production purchases, they can reach me at noki@tmail.com, just understand it will be business and you will be paying and follow us on twitter noki_swazay and mariog_da_beast.

12. Any last words?

M: Yeah, get used to hearing about Nappytown (Noki Swazay and Mario G.), cause we  just barely gettin started. 254 is a movement and Nappytown is on the frontlines!

N: “The Antidote” will be coming soon, I hope y’all are ready!


Noki Swazay

5 Time Nominee for the SEA Awards

Tanica aka ~TeXaS bEaUtY~

A lil about me, My name is Tanica aka ~TeXaS bEaUtY~. I was born in raised in Killeen Texas, love Texas lol. I am a 27 year old with 3 amazing children that mean the world to me.. A gentleman by the name of Marrell is my Husband that is in the ARMY. I like to model for different photographers, ever since I was young I love too take picture after picture, especially in school lol, my parents were always sayin we have to buy more
pixs! That’s just my passion posin for the camera. I love taking all kinds of different pictures from pinups to urban to naughty 🙂 That’s pretty much about me, just know that TeXaS bEaUtY loves posin and lookin good for the camera! O yea I have a photoshoot comin up on Jan.5 and the theme is gonna be black pinup barbie, and I’ll send you pixs of those as well 🙂 Thanks keep in touch and I look forward to doin business with SUPASTARS MAGAZINE!!! Thanks so so much!
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