Underground Experience Feature 3/31/016


prada loui Underground Experience Feature 3/31/016

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

Prada Loui: Prada Loui when I first started rapping I was calling myself PA but the people in the streets was calling me Prada and it stuck with me. Then Loui just came in as my alter ego Lol.

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

Prada Loui: Coming out of the Carolinas North to be exact Fayettnam 26 annneeet. As far as hip hop scene here it’s a lot of talent we got J Cole, Rain, Sweepstakes, Little Dirty Black, Shout out to QDH da Kid number one producer in my eyes, but it’s so much talented people in the city to name. People need to learn to support your local artist so we all can be heard. So as far as the hip hop scene you see we got it on lock here.

Mistajay: You say that Music has always been your passion every since you can remember and UGK. Also Tupac, Three Six Mafia, Biggie, Master P are your influences in music. What about them inspires you?

Prada Loui: Pimp C is just my favorite artist to start off. But it’s more than just them rapping about guns and drugs it’s like they are taking the street life and putting in the music where the people can relate to. They showed me it’s more than just rapping about guns drugs and hoes. It’s a art of life from the streets to the pad.

Mistajay: How do you describe your style?

Prada Loui: My style is unorthodox because I don’t limit myself to one style I’m a Jack of all Trades.

Mistajay: Your First Single: All I Talk your Second Single: No Love and you have a Mixtape on the way Jack of All Trades and Hustle Boyz What is your best song recorded to date and why?

Prada Loui: Never turn your Back because it’s a true meaning behind it and Postal because it’s a club banger that the ladies are going to love.

Mistajay: You are member of Trauma Unit/ Gunz Fam. If you could share the stage with any other 3 artists or bands who are still around and touring, who would they be and why?

Prada Loui: Master P because he is a all time great. Fab because he a punch line King. Outkast because they are unorthodox.

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?

Prada Loui: My experience in the game I done seen a lot artist that’s very talented that’s has been jerked and people eating off them while they starve.

Mistajay: Where do you see the hip hop going in 2016? How do you see yourself fitting into


Prada Loui: If I can have anything to do with it hip hop will get back to its roots. I hope people don’t get caught in this new phase of rapping about a bunch of nothing and get back to its bars and the true meaning of hip hop. But hey I’m just one man.

Mistajay: What are your future plans?

Prada Loui: Finish my mixtape and finish my album. Drop videos whatever it takes to build my brand. Live out my dreams so I can become a legend in the rap game.

Mistajay: Any last thoughts?

Prada Loui: Stay tuned for the mixtape and album. Jack of all Trades and Hustle Boy singles Never turn your Back and Postal.

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

Prada Loui: You can listen to my music on reverbnation Prada Loui /Facebook Hustle Boyz/ Facebook Prada Loui/audio Mack follow me on Instagram/Prada6500


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R.I.P. Phife Dawg

phife dawg R.I.P. Phife Dawg

Malik Izaak Taylor[1] (November 20, 1970 – March 22, 2016), better known by his stage name Phife Dawg (or simply Phife), was an American rapper and a member of the group A Tribe Called Quest with high school classmates Q-Tip and Ali Shaheed Muhammad (and for a short time Jarobi White). He was also known as the “Five Foot Assassin” and “The Five Footer”, because he stood at 5 feet 3 inches (1.60 m). Phife Dawg initially formed A Tribe Called Quest, then simply named Quest, with his high school classmate Q-Tip in 1985; the group was later expanded with the addition of Jarobi White and Ali Shaheed Muhammad. A Tribe Called Quest were closely associated with fellow hip-hop acts De La Soul and Jungle Brothers, with the groups being collectively known as the Native Tongues.[2] A Tribe Called Quest were initially offered a demo deal by Geffen Records in 1989, but signed to Jive Records to release their 1990 début People’s Instinctive Travels and the Paths of Rhythm.[2]

Your influence and music will last forever and that’s all anyone can ask Rest in Power……… Mistajay


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