The Underground Experience 4-16-012

This month’s feature is a NC capital Rapper with a Rock edge the step in to the Zone with Bryce Snow………… The Underground Experience 4 16 012

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

Bryce Snow: Bryce Snotherly is my real name and people butchered my last name so I just shortened it to Snow, there’s no reference to Jeezy or Coke or anything else just needed to have people at least pronounce something right when approaching me and Bryce wasn’t enough of a name.

Mistajay: What area are you reppin?

Bryce Snow: Although I personally can not stand this area I rep Raleigh. I believe this town is one of the laziest towns as far as musicians go, everyone with there smug attitudes and dumb clicks of misfits that don’t give two shits to get off there asses and commit to music (didn’t mean for that to rhyme). I believe if this town actually sat down and became musicians as opposed to the Back Pack or Trap Rappers or any other goofy trend these kids start then Raleigh NC would have an identity worth repping.

Mistajay: What are your influences of your music?

Bryce Snow: I’m influenced by my dream to become what I’ve always wanted to be. I have been influenced by Jay-Z’s business models, I’ve been influenced by Juelz Sanatan’s delivery I’ve also been influence by Waka Flocka’s Energy, rap aside, I am also influence by Rock 70′ 80’s and 90’s mostly (todays shit is trash)

Mistajay: And what inspires you?

Bryce Snow: I’m inspired by myself, not to sound cocky, but I listen to my mixtapes from a year ago and I hear what I am doing now, alot of rappers rap about unrealistic goals I rapped about what I wanted to happen and I’m inspired by the present existence of it.

Mistajay: As lyricist and How do you describe your style?

Bryce Snow: Me, ain’t no one doing it and ain’t no one gonna master it but me, when I figure it out I get bored and change it, I can play records from 2 years ago and I sound completely different style wise than I do now, I guess my style is A.D.D

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

Bryce Snow: “I Sit Alone” cause its some real shit, I went through it learned from it and moved on, and made the song catchy enough so people could hear it feel it and love it

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?

Bryce Snow: Metalica, James Hetfield’s voice is awesome Kirk Hammet is sick nasty on the guitar and Lars would be just the dopest to rap over. I wish Jason Newstead would be on that set with them but eh. Second Artist would be Steven Tyler, grew up listening to Aerosmith and I gotta do something with him before he gets too old to want to. Third would be a tie between Miley Cyrus, Britney Spears, and Taylor Swift, I wouldn’t actually perform with them it would more like me rapping on my parts and then just puttin in ear plugs while I creeped on them from a backstage side stage kinda angle.

Mistajay: You said you think radio is a joke can you go into more detail on that?

Bryce Snow: Payola, I know so many people in the radio business and no one can do anything because I’m not backed by corporate America. they don’t even like what they have to play but corporations pay to have there artists solicited to the radios so America can listen absorb and by the shit they feed them, no I’m not trying to educate with my lyrics per say, but Kurt Cobane would have never made it out of Seattle if he would have waited on corporate America to pick him up, it was the radio the fans basically the real people who should be deciding on what kind of music really rocks.

Mistajay: Where do you see the hip hop going in 2012?

Bryce Snow: Music is always in a Cycle, just like in the 70’s we had very lucid rock and then in the 80’s we had disco and hair bands then back in the 90’s to lucid grunge rock then back to more uniform cookie cutter shit in the 00’s I think we will see people trying to go against the grind and paint pictures that either continue or drag on, basically I’m waiting on Hip-Hop’s version of Freebird

Mistajay: How do you see yourself fitting into that?

Bryce Snow: How do I not fit into that, everything I say is off the wall and attention grabbing.

Mistajay: What are your future plans?

Bryce Snow: Own and operate a record label without any help from the majors ever

Mistajay: Any last thoughts?

Bryce Snow: I hate white rappers

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

Bryce Snow:


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