Underground Experience 11-24-014


This month’s feature is a emcee from across the pond looking to give the game an very unique feel what his name somewhat a play on words suggests check out……….. Anomolize

anomolize Underground Experience 11 24 014

Mistajay: What is the story and conception behind your emcee name?

Anomolize: I first was more thinking of anonymous mc or a variation thereof, but on searching it was apparent this and many similar names had already been taken.

It came to me out of the blue.  In this hip hop game I’m like this anomaly. So Anomolize popped into my head.  I searched and no one had this, nor had there been any references to this word whatsoever.  The beauty of it is that if you split it you get a double meaning: A-No-Mo-Lize (ayy-no-more-lies).

Mistajay: What area are you reppin? What is the hip hop scene like there?

Anomolize: I’m from London, Essex in the UK. From what I’ve seen it’s hard to hone in on the scene here as only starting rapping in March this year i’ve only been exposed for a short while.  I feel the scene will be hard to escape from in america - its everywhere there.  The producers here i’ve worked with i feel are less creative and the music industry in general a beast to make your mark.

“This rap game is insane, the music industry the same, nothing but producers to seduce the ears that listen this year”

Mistajay: What are your influences of your music? And what inspires you?

Anomolize: My influences in music span most genres, old and new, hip hop to jazz.  I music when you just feel it, melodies resonating in the mind.  Inspirations are drawn purely from life itself, prevailing logic, philosophy, physics, history and religion and society as a whole.  I like the controversial conspiracy sort of stuff.  Science and ancient ideologies, shamanism, theories of life itself!  Mainly the voice inside my head, that tells me to follow my heart and make my dream a reality.

Mistajay: How do you describe your style?

Anomolize: It’s compact! My style can be varied, I can rap and write lyrics to any beat.  I tend to cram in a lot on content, it’s up to the listener to unravel the messages and decipher what I’m talking about.  I like to project images into listeners minds with the lyrics. But it’s not for ignorant or the suppressed lol It’s Deep stuff!  Simultation programme, string theory - “algorythmical encryptions, i’ll be at the pinnacle of these depiction depictions of fiction, string theory all just 0’s and 1’s, fractal but always factual, like a distracted addict, in a panic, my mind lost in time, suspended forward and behind, sipping the juices of ancient vines, giving my godly side a spiritual ride.  Where we come from they so no one know, secret societies built on crimes, too stone cold to tell tonight, no john 3:16 but since sixteen, telekinesis been entwined with me”

“I bust a hit when I flinch my wrist in my f!ck!ng kip, shits far to sick, Spells of hyroglythic elicit clips of crypts when I kip”

Mistajay: What is your best song recorded to date and why?

Anomolize: I’d say my most recent ones as the production on them were given more time - ‘twisted future’ and ’simple notion’, however my early recording such as ‘Decisions’ or ‘Time to Explode’

Mistajay: If you could share the stage with any 3 artists or bands who are still around and touring, who would they be and why?

Anomolize: The Beatles I’d like to get high with these guys!  Mac Miller, dude seems crazy as hell! And Pink, why not!

Mistajay: A lot of artists come into the game with a lot of ambition but don’t spend time learning the business side. How important to you is learning about publishing and royalties?

Anomolize: Of course this is a major part of it, it’s very important to me.

Mistajay: Where do you see the hip hop going in 2015? How do you see yourself fitting into that?

Anomolize: More independent artists coming into the mix, hopefully by coming out as an independent artist and exploding!

Mistajay: What are your future plans?

Anomolize: At the moment just chilling for the now until the new year when i hit the LA scene in the US, i’ll be hitting up all the studios.

Mistajay: Any last thoughts?

Anomolize: Thanks for reaching out, stay real world!

Mistajay: Where can fans follow you and get your music?

Anomolize: Check the following pages :

www.facebook.com/anomolize www.youtube.com/anomolize

Google

Itunes

Amazon

NEXT MONTHS INTERVIEW THE WHITE CROWS !!!!

Mistajay is doing a monthly interview feature the underground experience on the blog www.empiremusiq.com/blog and would like to interview you for this new post please contact nccceo2@yahoo.com to publicize any new projects that you have coming up thanks for your time. Donate or pay $50 dollar interview fee below!!

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Nominate The Empire


Please take the time to nominate The Empire for best hip hop group in the arts & entertainment section (you can vote once a day until 5/15)…help them make the ballot!!!
Thanks for everyone’s support today. Lot’s of nominations coming in. Keep up the great work Fayetteville! - http://ow.ly/knlU6 #whatsgood #teamfollowback #nchiphop #ifwt
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WE STAND WITH BOSTON


praying for boston WE STAND WITH BOSTON

What can we really do as Americans, as people living in a free democratic society to combat terrorism…foreign or domestic? Part of what makes America great is the fact that we can move about this land without fear of reprisal from our government. If we stop that movement because we let our fears paralyze us…then we really are no longer free.
A “terrorist attack” does not mean it wasn’t by an American citizen…Quit with the racial profiling…North Korea is not responsible, Obama is not responsible, security is not responsible. WE are responsible. Wake up and find the truth- …My prayers go out to Boston

~Mistajay

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Veterans Day


veterans day parade Veterans Day

WE would like to thank all the military men and women for their service

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SPONSOR OUR NEW ALBUMS/PROJECTS AND GET PRIZES AND CREDITS!!!


Mistajay Ceo of the fledgling NCC Records does a monthly interview feature the underground experience and his goal is to create a platform that supports struggling musical artists from around the world as well as in my local community the underground experience and the NCC Records label is the base for this movement.

Intro to our sponsorship post

Short Summary:

  • My artist name is Mistajay I moved to the Fayetteville/ Springlake, NC area at age eleven /twelve. I been writing full-fledged songs since the age of nine. When I hit high school age he used his song writing skills to express my isolation.
  • Music has helped me through many difficult times and have seen its effects first hand alone and as part of a group The Empire when I was the able to help other accomplish there goals in the music arena.
  • What you as a contributor will help me achieve is the growth of a real movement to continue to help struggling musical artists especially those in the urban community.

What We Need & What You Get

  • How much funding needed is $20,000 where it’s going is multiple projects two albums and mixtape featuring the collaboration of national and international struggling indy artists as well as a mini documentary of the creation and completion of these projects. For your contribution at different levels gets you a cd at $10 shirt at $20 a hoodie at $40 a combo of 2 items at $60… $100 will get you a production credit on the album $200 a producer credit on the documentary!!!
  • The funds that are raised will go to a singular piece of the over all project that can be funded if the entire goal is not reached.

The Impact

  • This project is valuable to you as contributor and to the world to support the continued growth of untainted indie music and the collaboration or indy artist from different genres.
  • We (the Empire) have three prior albums helping focus on other indy artists .
  • I you want to check out our history prior involvement go to http://www.empiremusiq.com/blog/

Other Ways You Can Help

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Help us help hurricane victims


please pick up our album The Dark Ages for every hundred albums sold we will give a portion to hurricane relief funds in NC http://www.audiolife.com/Store/NCCRecords pick up our cds singles ringtones hoodies here!! (RT and repost)

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THE UNDERGROUND EXPERIENCE FEATURE 7/20/011


This month’s feature is with someone who is ready to prove when it comes to Hip-Hop he is definitely first in flight Rain……

rain vicks THE UNDERGROUND EXPERIENCE FEATURE 7/20/011

Mistajay: What area are you reppin? RAIN: Fayetteville, North Carolina

Mistajay: What are your influences of your music? And what inspires you? RAIN: My musical influences ranges from 2Pac all the way to Willie Hutch. I have a very wide range of musical influences. I am inspired by my drive to reach greatness. I don’t feel like I have reached my peak musically. Knowing that somewhere deep down I have classic material inside that can be released with practice and dedication keeps me inspired.

Mistajay: How do you describe your style? RAIN: Vivid. Very real and cinematic.

Mistajay: What is your best song recorded to date and why? RAIN: I have no clue. Its changes all the time. I really love “Lady in a Red Dress” from American Dreamin 2.

Mistajay: If you could share the stage with any 3 artists or bands who are still around and touring, who would they be and why? RAIN: Stevie Wonder, The Roots and Lauryn Hill.

Mistajay: Where do you see the hip hop going in 2011? How do you see yourself fitting into that? What do you think the future of Fayetteville and NC Hip Hop is? RAIN: Hip Hop is so strange. It evolved so fast and extremely frequently. I’m not sure where it is going, I just hope I am around to enjoy the ride. Hopefully I will become a main figure in the culture. If I am there, Fayetteville will be there also.

Mistajay: Your Bio states that you are to release your first retail project through First in Flight/Hoopla/Universal there where reported rumours that you have been flying back and forth to LA and possibly in talks with Aftermath is there anything you would want to break here or clear up? RAIN: Time will tell. We will soon see how everything plays out.

Mistajay: 9th wonder recently had a write up about Hip Hop in NC and one of the main points where that the competition was outside the state and not within basically saying that we need to support are own as artists and develop your brand what are your thoughts about this as well as your own advice for indy artists and fans alike? RAIN: I don’t want to comment on the 9th Wonder statement because I didn’t see that for myself but I do feel like there is competition everywhere including inside of NC. Never sleep on anyone. You never know what they are cooking up. My advice is to stay focus, be original and give it all you have.

Mistajay: What are your future plans? RAIN: Releasing more music and introducing new talent.

Mistajay: Any last thoughts? RAIN: Thank you! First In Flight for life. Live free or die!

Mistajay: Where can fans follow you and get your music? RAIN:twitter.com/rain910 www.rain910.com

NEXT MONTH’S FEATURE Ryan B!!!!
Mistajay is doing a monthly interview feature the underground experience on the blog www.empiremusiq.com/blog and would like to interview you for this new post please contact nccceo2@yahoo.com to publicize any new projects that you have coming up thanks for your time. Donate or pay $50 dollar interview fee below!!
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R.I.P DJ Flash Fader


dj flash R.I.P DJ Flash Fader

I talked with flash before his passing and we talked about doing shows and how he was so determined to keep DJing and clubs to the point he collapsed while doing a gig that was he was the one of few who would do things for the love and show indy artists especially us (The Empire) love by doing interviews with us not nickel and diming us even in the face of higher ups who would power trip. He was a stand up dude the one of the last of that breed of cat. I had debated what to do with the mixtape that Dj Flash hosted for us well before his passing and this is what I came with I had DJ spinwiz say some words on it and before the year is out we will be re-releasing it and putting on our online store for purchase and all of the proceeds will go to cancer research.
R.I.P. DJ FLASH FADER A.K.A THE MILKMAN, A.K.A. CUT THE CHECK!!!!

~Mistajay~

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THE EMPIRE EPISODE 16:happy hour hangover interview up!!


THE EMPIRE EPISODE 16:happy hour hangover interview up now!! www.happyhourhangover.com/
Thanks to J RoK And Dusty for a great time!!

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The Underground Experience interview feature


NccRecords Theempire January 19 at 4:34pm
Mistajay is doing a monthly interview feature the underground experience on the blog www.empiremusiq.com/blog and would like to interview you as on of our first for this new post please contact nccceo2@yahoo.com to publicize any new projects that you have coming up thanks for your time. Donate or pay $50 dollar interview fee below!!

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