Tag Archives: Culture

KidRock Dollaz Exclusive Interview

KidRock Dollaz is a music artist hailing from Queens, New York. He is destined for fame with his hard hitting lyricism and soulful flow.

During the above interview, we talked about various styles of Hip Hop and influences that impact his soulful melodies.

KidRock Dollaz is an artist hat has always stayed true to himself and continues to make music that the real can resonate with.

To stay tuned with his moves, you can follow him on instagram @thekidrockdollaz.

The Rel Carter Culture Tour Exclusive Interview

This past week I had the opportunity to interview Rel Carter and Devin White from the Rel Carter Culture tour. The Rel Carter Culture tour began in 2017 and the tour gives talent the opportunity to perform on a creative platform. 15 artists from the Rel Carter Culture Tour were chosen to create music on the No Handouts album created from the tour.

Rel Carter is the Director of A&R at Roc Nation and nephew of Rap Mogul Jay-Z. Although, related to Jay-Z,  Rel Carter worked hard for his position at the company. During the interview, I learned what Rel Carter and Devin White look for in an artist when they are selecting talent for the tour.

There was a lot of laughter and good energy in the room as we talked about the experiences and benefits of being a part of the Rel Carter Culture Tour. We also dived into the D’USSE Friday Podcast.

The interview above was shot by Korey, follow him on instagram @kpren1.

Visit www.relcarterculturetour.com for more information.

Introducing: Brandon Bill$

Brandon Bill$ is a recording music artist with several Youtube videos amassing hundreds of thousands of views. In the above interview he talks about his start in music, performing in front of thousands of fans and working with his sister Danileigh. He’s a super talented artist and 2020 is going to be huge for him. Stay tuned!

Check out the above interview and be sure to subscribe to our newsletter to stay current with our posts.

Who is Sammy Wilk? – Live Performance in NYC


Sammy Wilk is a very talented music artist originally from Nebraska and now lives in Los Angeles. His start began on Vine in 2013 when he began developing his fan base. Throughout his career he’s released several music videos including “Aye Ma,” “Higher,” and “Lift Off.”

Sammy Wilk has been featured in Forbes Magazine, Billboard, Fuse and more!

Below is Sammy Wilk’s most recent music video, “Lift Off.”

So Yonkers Interview!



I had the chance to sit down this year and talk to the artists on the So Yonkers single. The music video received over 200,000 views on Youtube and is continuing to grow.

CASH B, LadySlim, ReallyJaewon & Keem are the artists featured in the viral video.

Cash B came up with the idea before the So Brooklyn Challenge began but once Casanova released the challenge he quickly gathered his winning team to dominate the challenge.

During this interview I had the chance to learn how each other began rapping, their upcoming goals and what growing up in Yonkers was like.

The music video was also recognized in Westchester Magazine.

Below is the actual music video to So Yonkers. Check it out and let me know your thoughts!


Roddy Ricch Releases new album, “Please Excuse Me For Being AntiSocial”

Roddy Ricch released his new album, “Please Excuse Me For Being AntiSocial” On December 6, 2019 and it was well worth the wait. Roddy Ricch took his fans and listeners by storm with his hit single, “Die Young” released in 2018.

Now the superstar is back with his new album featuring 16 hard hitting records. Roddy Ricch is able to make hits with or without features but the artists on the “Please Excuse Me For Being AntiSocial” album are all A list status. Gunna, Lil Durk, Meek Mill, Mustard, Ty Dolla $ign and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie are all featured on the star studded album.

Roddy Ricch not only has a unique voice but he also presents his music with a message attached. “Prayers to the Trap God” is a really personal record that Roddy Ricch chooses to share in vivid detail his family stories and police encounters.

In addition to the deep records are the fun turn up records.

I love records designed for motivation such as “War Baby.” The end of the song includes a choir creating a peaceful vibe.

“I know the worst conditions make a champion.”

My absolute favorite songs on the album are, “Boom Boom Room,” “Perfect Time,” “Moonwalkin featuring Lil Durk” and “Peta featuring Meek Mill.”

Roddy Ricch gives an unparalleled energy and in addition to the album he shows off more of his lyrical ability on a Power 106 FM freestyle.

I really enjoyed the skit on the album and real bars.

“Shawty done fell in love with all my diamonds, But everybody change on you like the seasons.”

Prior to this album Roddy Ricch released two other albums, “Feed Tha Streets,” and “Feed Tha Streets II.”

Roddy Ricch released the “Tip Toe” music video featuring A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie in November which received over 7 million views on Youtube.

Comment your favorite song below on Roddy Ricch’s new album, “Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial.”

Kranium “Midnight Sparks” Album Release Party

Kranium released his latest album “Midnight Sparks” on December 6, 2019 at Katra Lounge. The event was incredible and he even performed some of his hit singles such as “Nobody Has To Know.

Check the video out above and photos from Kranium’s “Midnight Sparks” album release party below.

This slideshow requires JavaScript.