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“Being an agent of speech or agent of information. I can communicate with people across the world
So what I say has to be important It has to be helpful. It has to be unless I’m just agent for destruction”.
A strong sense of one’s identity, commitment, empathy, adaptability, a good sense of humor and great survival instincts are among the hallmarks of a Boot Camp Clik Soldier. All these qualities can be summarized in two simplistic words; General Steele. You see these are but few of the characteristics that have seen a veteran like General Steele through these hip hop transitional years.
In these days and times there are a thousands rappers out there who have mastered their flow, honed their auto tune skills and become absolutely fluent in self expression through skinny jeans. Sure,they may be considered the most prolific lyricist since Rakim, to those who don’t know any better. However, there are still some true ride or die hip hop fans who know good music. Good music is commitment, courage, initiative, empathy, self confidence, fun, laughter, love, longevity, and character. These characteristics are the reason why fans eagerly anticipate the dynamic duo’s forthcoming album “Monumental”.
The legendary Brooklyn duo Smif-n-Wessun (aka Cocoa Brovaz) has collaborated with Pete Rock and will return with not just the next chapter but what expected to be a whole new novel in Hip Hop. Melodic Hustle recently sat down with General Steele, one half of Smif-n-Wessun during a busy afternoon to talk about his hip hop influences, the challenges of pleasing a younger audience, and to uncover what truly defines a Boot Camp Clik Soldier.
MelodicHustle.com: I’m a fan and avid reader so I’ve read several of your interviews where you’ve talked about the coming and going of the Smif-n-Wessun name. I want to know more about General Steele! Where did you get the name from and is there some type of meaning behind it.
General Steele: I got my name from gang banging with the Decepticons in the 90's from my big homie Minnosaur. My full name was Steelepunch, which is self explanatory!
MelodicHustle.com: Wow! I have never read that before! I knew there was something more behind your name! Much like your fan base, we have a lot of variety in our readership. Can you describe your music style for any readers who are new to Earth and meeting you for the first time?
General Steele: My style of music represents the pulse of the common people. I speak as a street griot reflecting the evolution of people living in the ghettos of America and the world.
MelodicHustle.com: You speak with such passion. Tell me was there a special someone in your life that told you as a child, “that you can be, do or have anything in this world and if so when did you start believing it?
General Steele: No, I always went against the grain. No one believed in me but me 7 God. My dad use to tell me that rap stuff will never work. Then right before he died he told me he was proud of me for following my dreams and being my own person. That means more to me than any amount of money or award.
MelodicHustle.com: That’s real! Now I understand that you were your own supporting cast growing up but there had to be someone who inspired you to become involved with hip hop.
General Steele: When you grow up in the ghetto you are surrounded by hip hop on many levels. When I was in high school my good friend Chase said I was going to be his partner, at the time I paid no mind but Chase had a vision. And so it began!
MelodicHustle.com: I love to laugh so it’s not uncommon to hear me joking around about auto tunes, skinny jeans and some of the different things we see in hip hop expression today. On a serious note how would you say your music has evolved since you first began as a hip hop artist?
Steele: My music has become more direct in the immediate
thought and concerns of the common people.
MelodicHustle.com: If you knew then, what you know now, when you first started in the industry what would you have done differently if anything?
General Steele: NOTHING!
MelodicHustle.com: (laughs) Okay, I like that! A man with no regrets! Eighteen years in the game and still going strong, how does a veteran such as yourself please a younger audience that may not know who you are?
General Steele: I pay attention to what the people want no matter the age requirement. The pulse of the people beats thru us all.
MelodicHustle.com: That’s a perfect segway to my next question. Now the amount of ghostwriting that goes on in the industry today truly amazes me. I will not ask you to reveal any of you clients but are you among the many MC’s’ that ghostwrite!
General Steele:(laughs) HAHA!MelodicHustle.com: (laughs) Okay we’ll come back to that one! What “distinguishes” a lyricist from a rapper in your opinion?
General Steele: The lyricist becomes what he is trying to convey thru speech. The rapper just raps and is comfortable with the accolades, having fun and getting money, etc. The lyricist works to make sense to him or herself and becomes one with the message. Anybody can be a rapper, not every rapper is a lyricist.
MelodicHustle.com: On a more personal note what is the most trouble you’ve ever gotten into because of your lyrics. Maybe an argument with your girl or a misunderstanding with a family member or another artist?
General Steele: (erupts with laughter) All of the above too numerous to mention! (laughs again) But in 1995 Smif-n-Wessun faced a lawsuit from the gun company Smith and Wesson.
Yeah! I remember feeling like it was one of the first legal
attacks on Hip Hop of many. But you guys definitely
handled it with a grace they did not expect from the hip hop
MelodicHustle.com: Okay here’s a tough one for you! What’s your favorite three hip hop albums of all time if you can narrow it down?
General Steele: (without hesitation) Blackmoon’s - Enta The Stage, Smif-n-Wessun’s - Dah Shining and Public Enemy - It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back.
MelodicHustle.com: Maybe that was not as tough as I thought! Here’s another one! What’s the hottest bar you ever heard an MC spit excluding your own of course?
General Steele: “Thinking of a master plan but ain’t nothing but sweat inside my hands” Rakim
MelodicHustle.com: That’s definitely a classic! If General Steele could record and or perform with anyone in the world either departed or alive who would it be and why?
General Steele: I would have loved to work with Curtis Mayfield. I can really relate to the pain and the promise in his music.
MelodicHustle.com: That’s deep, but lets go deeper! What don’t we know about you? Tell me something that I can’t find by doing a Google search on General Steele. What are some of your interest or hidden talents?
General Steele: I love to edit, I love to cook and I love my people. All of which you will see incorporated in the future works of Bucktown USA ENT.
MelodicHustle.com: Am I sensing a “Cooking with General Steele” show in the works (laughs). You’ve been in this business almost two decades. What do you do for fun and or relaxation away from the music?
Steele: I am a simple man. I relax when I can but
I love to work. I get satisfaction from making
progress. This brings certain calmness to me, but
there are many things I like to do to relax.
MelodicHustle.com: Everybody has their own definition of success. Define yours?
General Steele: Success for me is Genesis Inity and Massai Jahbriel my two suns (sons).
MelodicHustle.com: That’s a beautiful definition for success. I once heard Will Smith say in an interview, “Don’t get ready, be ready”. So I began using that as a daily affirmation. Do you have a daily affirmation that you say to yourself to help you stay focused?
General Steele: GIVE THANKS!
MelodicHustle.com: Any advice for the new era of rappers and lyricist who are trying to make a name for themselves in the hip hop game now?
General Steele: Know thyself; know your people and your struggle. Work hard, have patience for creation, have fun and live.
In 2010 you released Amerikkka's Nightmare Part 2 Children
Of War, which was a total enlightening experience for hip
hop. In my opinion no one had dedicated an entire album
with the intent to go head on with heavy political,
controversial issues since Public Enemy. Occasionally
we may hear a rapper drop a one or two liner here and there, but
after that it’s back to popping bottles. I say all this to
ask, what legacy will General Steele, the man, the father, the
lyricist, the leader leave for generations to
General Steele: The legacy I leave will be the testament of those who lived in the same timeline as me. The ones who can attest to the daily struggles of the common people and can speak of the leaders and the pioneers who have made a great impact on people and the culture
MelodicHustle.com: We are really excited about the Smif-n-Wessun and Pete Rock upcoming new album “Monumental”. What else can we expect from you in the near future?
General Steele: More behind the scene work. More community involvement, more success and more living.
MelodicHustle.com: Just for few laughs before we end. I’ll start a sentence and I want you to finish it!
Without Hip- Hop I would be ...
General Steele: A jazz musician (laughs)
MelodicHustle.com: (laughs) from listening to my lyrics you would never know that I...
General Steele: Like country music (laughs)
MelodicHustle.com: Hip Hop is...
General Steele: Life
MelodicHustle.com: If I could turn back time, I would...
General Steele: Play the violin, I use to play in public school but I stopped.
MelodicHustle.com: I have the biggest crush on...
MelodicHustle.com: Khandi Alexander. Her range is crazy and I think she is beautiful even as a crackhead in the HBO series “The Corner” (erupts with laughter)
MelodicHustle.com: This has been an exhilarating ride! We thank you, we appreciate you and we look forward to more of Smif-n-Wessun as well as more of the Boot Camp Clik. Any closing remarks.
General Steele: I give thanks for the opportunity to kick it with you. Enjoy life be creative!
Will Smith, Jada Pinkett-Smith and their partners at Overbrook Entertainment have formed a joint-venture with Shawn Carter to develop and produce major motion pictures. The partnership between Will and Jada and Jay-Z began when the three decided to invest in the beauty line Carol's Daughter. Their next venture together was when they joined forces again to co-produce the Broadway play "Fela!" Since then, Willow Smith, who is managed by Overbrook's Miguel Melendez, has signed to Roc Nation and released first single "Whip My Hair." (Billboard)
Will Smith and Jada Pinkett-Smith are planning to produce a remake of the 1982 film "Annie" starring the couple's 10-year-old daughter, Willow. The film, which is based on a Broadway musical, tells the story of an orphan adopted by a wealthy man. Overbrook Entertainment, the Smiths' company, announced today that it had formed a joint venture with rapper Jay-Z to develop and produce "Annie" and potentially other feature films. Jay-Z will serve as a producer on "Annie." (Wall Street Journal)
Jay-Z in a statement had this to say, "The Overbrook Entertainment family and I have a unified vision. We've already produced a Tony Award winning play and we're developing a true superstar in Willow." Overbrook Entertainment has generated more than $2.5 billion in revenue by producing some of Smith's films like "Ali," "Hitch," "Pursuit of Happyness," "I Am Legend" and "The Karate Kid." (WNCF TV News)
50 Cent sent a tweet out to his 3,888,543 million followers taking credit for shutting down Worldstar. So like everyone else I went to the site to find that something was definitely wrong! After doing a little research, heres what I found the problem to be.In 2009 during an interview with Atlanta’s own DJ Greg Street, this what 50 had to say regarding WorldStar “I got a lawsuit against WorldStar for utilizing my likeness. “A lot of people thought that was my site because they saw my face on the cover of an infringement with iRobot for a long time. They should really be nice to me, because I have lawyers and retainers. I pay them so much anyway that we’ll just go back and forth in court until you can’t afford a Subway sandwich.”
50 didn't make his way up the charts as one of the most hated hip hop figures of today by playing nice. It goes without saying that WorldStar pick the wrong damn face to use on the cover of their website when they first launched. Whether 50 cents is behind the site being down or not, the lawsuit is still alive and well.
As far as World Star owner is concerned the website is down due to server issues. He appeared on Angie Martinez' Hot 97's moments ago and basically denied 50 Cents accusations. He stands firm that the website is down due to technical difficulties, not because of the lawsuit 50 Cent has presently pending.
Here what the WorldStar had to say to Angie Martinez, "It's a technical difficulty, not Homeland Security It's not a hacker, it's more less like some difficulties with the site itself as far as our server. We constantly have to upgrade. We've been down before, the most was 8 months. We got hacked last year, or other times we've had problems before. It should be up shortly. I see 50 cent put my # out there. But shout out to 50 Cent, it's great promo. We missed a message, but my technical team is on it. It should be back on shortly. I don't want to put a timeline on it, but it's should be back up in about 24 hours."
Well According to 50 cents Worldstar is just one among the three sites that will shut down this week! So stay tuned!
On the Leading Edge Of Hip Hop Education
By Natasha Jordan
“The Common Knowledgy of The Entertainment Industry” will be available on January 25th the hard-cover book is the same size as a standard CD digipak. The inside, back cover will include a CD insert with original audio from Buckshot. The book can be found in the audio section (Under 'B') at Best Buy, FYE, Borders & other independent record stores. In addition to the hard-cover book, e-book formats with full color photos will be available at outlets such as iBook, iTunes, Kindle Amazon, Sony Reader and Barnes & Nobles.
If you’re like many MC’s who want success
and you have tried everything that everyone said you should do
and everything that you can possible think of this hip hop
educational series was created with you in mind. Here’s
your opportunity to learn first hand from one of the
greats. In the first visual you’ll be presented with
Buckshot explaining the basics behind creating a record. He
works alongside Young Piff, the winner of Boost Mobile & HOT
97's Summer Jam MC Battle. Buckshot is truly making hip hop
history with this exclusive entertainment industry guidebook.
Like I always say, the new era of hip hop is here, it
evolving and moving rapidly. Don’t get left
For more details about ” The Common Knowledgy of The Entertainment Industry.” Go to http://www.duckdown.com/commonknowledgy/
The Mic Handler Of All Trades
By Natasha Jordan "NJ"
Are the days of Da Vinci dead? Is it possible today, at once, to be a world-class painter, musician, inventor, writer and more in a world that believes that you have to specialize to thrive. Hell yeah it’s possible and Mic Handler is the definition of a modern day Da Vinci.
Yes, it's rare to find an artist whose work can be found in virtually every google search. Google the Brooklyn breed entertainer Christopher Rogers otherwise known as Mic Handler and you will find him linked to the world of music, modeling, and designing. Just because I mention designing last doesn’t mean take it lightly. He has worked with fashion power houses such as Mochachino, Sean John, Azzure, D Vizionz and Gino Green Global to name a few.
Handler is one of the most extraordinary talents in the hip hop industry today. I would call him a fashion designer or a graphic artist perhaps a hip hop artist maybe an entrepreneur sums it up well but it all would still be an understatement.
We all know that old saying “jack of all trades, master of none” I guarantee you it does not apply here. I actually have a better saying, “Whatever he touched turned to gold.” Although 2011 has been extremely busy year for Mic Handler, MelodicHustle.com caught up with him to discuss his role in the new hip hop era and to learn more about the man behind the microphone.
MelodicHustle.com: What made you want to pursue a career in music following such a successful career as a fashion designer and entrepreneur?
Mic Handler: Well what’s actually funny about that is I have been pursuing music since the 6th grade so I had a handle on my musical aspirations long before I realized that there was a place for me in fashion.
MelodicHustle.com: How would you describe your musical style?
Mic Handler: I am the product of big Daddy Kane, Chip Fu, Treach, Busta Rhymes and Rakim. I’m energy and animated aggression wrapped into wit and flow rooted in integrity and respect for my craft. I Love Hip-Hop.
MelodicHustle.com: Okay so what exactly would Mic Handler bring to the game?
Mic Handler: That’s extremely hard to say because I’m a plethora of things. I’m the Swiss Army Artist (smiling). See I’m an entertainer, I write, I produce and I design. I’m a Graphic artist, I’m an A&R, I’m a Senior VP, I’m an Owner, I’m a Manager, I’m a President, a host of a video count down show in LA, and I co-own an artist development company. And that’s all currently. (laughing)
MelodicHustle.com: (chuckles) so you’re what we call a modern day renaissance man. You do it all!
Mic Handler: I think I have by far a wider range of perspective when I approach any aspect of the game. In all honestly I don’t know anyone else with this resume and back story. I’m actually pretty renown for every aspect of what I am. I think that’s unique. I approach every aspect as if it is all I do.
MelodicHustle.com: Wow! You give the title independent artist a whole new meaning with your resume. Now you currently have total creative control over your projects as an independent artist, what happens when the major labels start pursuing Handler?Mic Handler: I’m not sure what’s going to happen then (laughs), I actually deal with a lot of the majors now as either the manager for multiple platinum producers or as an A&R consultant over at Gang Land/Def Jam. I have no real interest as an artist in signing to a major. I get way to dizzy to fast for these 360 scenarios their offering (laughing)…but not to say that I wouldn’t do a short term situation to take advantage of there marketing vehicles.
MelodicHustle.com: It’s not uncommon to hear people say that New York hip hop is not getting the support that it has in the past? Being a Brooklyn native, what’s your out look on that?
Mic Handler: New York Hip Hop has to change its perspectives and approach to records. For years we New Yorkers have been at the fore front of the hip-hop culture and music but what happened is we opted not to evolve with the progression of the art form and the fans did.
MelodicHustle.com: I agree there has been tremendous progression in hip hop music. However, what do you think the hip hop game is currently missing?
Mic Handler: I think the game has started to lack integrity. I think the home studios, pro tools, logic set ups, you tube and 10 dollar digital distort deals have made the game far too accessible. Just look at Soulja Boy! Sure that worked, the kid actually has talent but how often are you truly seeing that. Everyone can do it so it makes everyone doing it not as impressive and average. You used to have to work extremely hard to get heard. Now all you have to do is click and upload!
MelodicHustle.com: (laughing) Which leads me to my next question. I’m not sure if you checked out the BET Top 10 rappers of the 21st century show? If you did, how did you feel about The Top 10 Rappers of the 21st century list they cam up with ?
Mic Handler: I DIDN’T … (laughing) …moving on!
MelodicHustle.com: Okay moving on! (laughing) So whose Mic Handler’s favorite MC of the 21st century?
Mic Handler: I don’t have a favorite MC. I like them all for different reasons. The ones I like at least!
MelodicHustle.com: That’s fair enough! But for every hip hop artist there is always someone who made you want to rhyme. Who was that for you?
Mic Handler: Will Smith, (laughing) “Parents Just Don’t Understand” was the very first rhyme I knew by heart, after that it was a love of music. I was a singer at that point in my life so it just drove me to want to pursue performing. I didn’t start rapping until the 8th grade. At that point the BUSH BABIES were close to my personally and I would have to say the influence of Baby Face, Kayos and Mr. Man had become very pivotal in my decision to go after this.
MelodicHustle.com: Is there any artist you’re looking forward to working with?
Mic Handler: I’ve actually got the chance to work with a majority of my wish list in one capacity or another but I would have to say if anyone it would be JAY. His creative process is crazy.
MelodicHustle.com: What about super producers who’s on that wish list?Mic Handler: That’s easy! Fantom of The Beat, Al West, Freedom Lyles and maybe Self Service that would be my Dream Team. Then I would special guests Scott Storch, Dr. Dre and them dudes. (laughing)
MelodicHustle.com: What can we expect from Mic Handler in the near future?
Mic Handler: Everything! There are so many irons in the fire. It’s hard to say. I'm now ofiically a Bucktown USA Artist, affiliated with the whole BootCamp Click, Helter Skelter, Smiff n Wessun, Black Moon, OGC...it could get no better for a Brooklyn Emcee! Why Aint I On The Radio Vol.2 is going to be the first Associated Project. Look for me on REACH Magazine Tv which will be airing in LA hosted by J-Love and myself, all over Southern California. “The Mic Handler is KARNAGE” project is shaping up well. “The Artistic Deception” project is about done. ZEPH’s project is about ready to go for 2011 on our Fantom Music label. Thats gonna be dope! Placements on the Ghost Face “Supreme Clientele 2 album is gonna be crazy! Busta Rhymes “Extinction Level Event 2” project should be ill. LA Media and Edifx we have some heat cooking for our television ventures and look for me on Cartoon Network/AdultSwim in 2011 playing “KL” on the hit new adult cartoon “The Stoop” I mean just grinding it our crazy…I mean, if you know me….then “You Know Me”..
MelodicHustle.com: (laughs) Is it anything else you want to let the people know?
Mic Handler: Look out for your boy and the whole Fantom Music Family, The IMMG team. Also look out for the National Museum of Hip-Hop honors to be apart of that infrastructure. Look out for Red Tape clothing, Sole Athletics footwear and C.Angels lounge wear for the ladies. For all of you business men and women with credentials and capitol look into joining “The Association” in Gramercy Park New York, it’s an extremely exclusive club in association with “The Players” that’s tremendous! And of course Reach Magazine TV on direct Tv, Dish Network, Charter, Mediacom and TimeWarner. Please check your local listings.
Mic Handler: Thanks NJ for showing me love and this was an interview I was more then honored to do.MelodicHustle.com: The honor was definitely ours here at MelodicHustle.com. Just keep the MH family posted on all things Mic Handler. Everybody make sure you support The Mic Handz movement, don't get left behind. WHY I AIN"T I ON THE RADIO VOL.2" is coming sooner then you think. I can’t think of better way to end this interview, then to show one of my favorite classic Mic Handler joints , Check out “Its Like” video posted below.
Skotch’s career is truly taking off yet the Harlem breed is not overly confident just yet, believing his perseverance to have taken him far already and hoping to continue on this path so long as his passion for the music prevails. In the midst of his fast moving stream, he sat down with NJ from MelodicHustle.com to discuss the music scene, Harlem dreams, and among other things – the life of an artist.
MelodicHustle.com: Skotch, how would you describe your musical style for a reader whose meeting you for the first time today?$.D: I try to stay away from classifying my music because my job is to make it. It's the listeners right to label if need be. I truly just write record and at times produce what I feel.
MelodicHustle.com: Okay so if you had to describe your music in three or four words, excluding hip-hop how would you describe it?
$.D: Progressive, Clever and Audible!
MelodicHustle.com: How did you get the name Skotch and what does it mean? Something tells me there is a meaning behind it!
$.D: (laughs) there’s no wild and crazy story behind it. It’s just a nickname given to me by a cousin. Honestly, it was an accident. I would say the definition of Skotch is like that of the drink. I get better with age.MelodicHustle.com: Smooth answer! (laughs) Who would you say inspired you to become involved with hip hop and at what age did you begin your journey?
$.D: Hip-Hop was the genre of choice to be the voice of my generation. So naturally, my growing up in the inner city of New York allowed me a ton of hands on experience with Hip-Hop. To not say I have been engaged in the culture since birth would be inaccurate.
MelodicHustle.com: Does anyone in particular influence your musical talent?
$.D: My Father for sure! He's what I feel can be classified as a musical genius. He's fluent in a number of instruments not to mention being well versed in many musical genre.
That really explains a where you get a lot of your versatility
from. It's etched in your DNA!
$.D: That's too tough of a question to honestly answer! I imagine that's like asking James Bond what his favorite mission was. Each one offers something different to appreciate with each experience.
MelodicHustle.com: (laughs) Okay! well what’s the hottest bar you ever heard an MC spit?. Excluding your own of course!
$.D: Damn, another one of those questions huh?! For the sake of not avoiding to give one answer again... I'll say Canibus,
"Every word I utter for hip- hop lovers, will reflect forever like 2 mirrors facing each other."
MelodicHustle.com: Damn! That is hot! Now tell me what’s your thought process when you're creating a hit?
$.D: For starters, I don't put the pressure of making a "hit" on myself. I just try to be honest as possible when writing the lyrics and I try to capture and convey the emotion of the track.
MelodicHustle.com: That’s real! What can fans expect to see at a Skotch Davis live performance?
$.D: Another stage being destroyed!
MelodicHustle.com: If you could record and or perform with anyone in the world, either departed or alive who would it be? Why?
$.D: Jimi Hendrix, Frank Zappa, Paul McCartney, Billy Preston & Buddy Miles. I'd give my left arm to have them as my band.
MelodicHustle.com: What do you think your “biggest break” or “greatest opportunity” has been so far in your musical career?
$.D: It's still on its way.
MelodicHustlecom: What has been the biggest challenge for you in this industry?
$.D: Finding outlets for all these ideas, I have in this mind of mine.
MelodicHustle.com: We all have our own preconceived notions about how artist make it to the top. In your opinion what determines who gets to the top of the hip hop game?
all about the artist that has a plan and is wiling to make the
proper adjustments to whatever the people are looking for.
You have to supply the demand or create it. The
artist that keeps that in mind usually climbs their way to the
MelodicHustle.com: How would you define SUCCESS?
$.D: I was told "Success needs no explanation and failure has none". Success usually speaks for itself both spiritually & financially so I believe the true meaning changes with the individual. If you’re accomplishing YOUR goals and avoiding having to explain your mishaps, you’re succeeding in my book.
MelodicHustle.com: With that being said I would say you’re seeing great success as an independent artist, what happens when the major labels start knocking at your door?
$.D: I'll assess where I'm at and answer accordingly.
MelodicHustle.com: Do you have other interests and or talents that you wouldn’t mind sharing with us today?
$.D: I really enjoy doing production on my music and for others. Expect a lot more of that from me. Acting is another avenue that I'm going to be spending a lot more time exploring as well.
MelodicHustle.com: That will be a great look! So we’ve spent a lot of time talking about the industry. Tell me! What does Skotch like to do in terms of fun and relaxation. How do you spend your time away from the music?
$.D: I like to travel, read and sports of course! I really do like traveling and learning about the places I visit. Gaining knowledge on their historical and geographical relevance. I have a few other past times as well. Hahahahahahah....
MelodicHustle.com: (erupts with laughter) So what is your ultimate goal. When it’s all said and done! What’s the legacy you want to leave for generations to come!
$.D: I'm still figuring it out you know. I do know that I want to leave a positive & progressive impact on my community and society as much as I want to in music. You must give as much if not more than you plan to receive and the universe will make sure you are remembered.
Okay Skotch let's have a little fun! I’ll start a sentence
and I want you to finish it with the first answer that pops in
MelodicHustle.com: Without Hip- Hop, Skotch would be......
$.D: In a band playing. A Rock/R&B/Folk song band. (laughing)!
MelodicHustle.com: Hip Hop is......
$.D: Youthful but not young anymore!
MelodicHustle.com: My music makes me feel......
MelodicHustle.com: Skotch is the truth because......
$.D He believes in the truth!
MelodicHustle.com: I truly appreciate you taking time out your busy schedule to connect with MelodicHustle.com. Before I let you go, let us know what we can expect from Skotch Davis in the near future?
$.D: More Music. More Hustle. More Creativity. More Cool!