TheVerce aka Mr. Turn On is back proving once again he lives and breathes exclusively to party. From shots in the club with Snoop Dogg to howling at the moon tripping on Mushrooms. TheVerce is reassurance creative Hip Hop has not wilted away. ‘The Inner Light’ EP is strictly designed to increase your serotonin levels with a witty arrangement of imaginative celebratory songs.
TheVerce has teamed up with The Ying Yang Twins to create one of my favorites on the EP simply called “The Drank Song”. With today’s music drowning in a whirlpool of repetitive subject content, TheVerce continues to remain focused on his style and staying unique. He is going to have the entire planet saying “alright, alright, alright” once they inhale a dose of the genius song titled “Matt McConaughey.” Every club and every pool party will have this EP on repeat. There’s not an obvious weak spot in sight on this release. You can receive a copy of “The Inner Light” everywhere and on iTunes.
Here’s the exclusive audio to “The Drank Song” ft. Ying Yang Twins 🙂
EXCLUSIVE NEW INTERVIEW WITH THEVERCE
1 – How do you feel about the state of music?
I feel music is in a great place and in a terrible place at the same time. It is great because there are so many new outlets for independent artist to be felt and heard. It is in a terrible place because many of these new indy artist find out the hard way that once you are in the game you have to sacrifice making a great album and dumb it down to a catchy single in order to keep the lights on. Since no one buys albums many artist don’t concentrate on making classics anymore.
2 – Are there any producers you worked with on this EP?
Yes I’ve creative an electronic hip-hop fusion hit called “I’m Turnin On” with The Mixx Addix/808 Mafia. This record was instant gold. These guys know how to produce around an artist strength.
3 – What was it like working with The Ying Yang Twins?
Well to be honest I didn’t think this record was going to get done. lol When The Ying Yang Twins come to the studio, the studio becomes a night club. We was in studio partying for about 10 hours and eventually had to kick everyone out in order to work. Mad Respek for them dudes.
4 – How did you come up with the concept of the Matt McConaughey song?
Simple, I am classified as a festival goer slash peace loving, new age black hippie. Dazed and Confused is one of my favorite movies of all time. I heard the track and went into what I call my blackout writing zone.
5 – You say let’s get McConaugheyed a lot. What does that mean and has he responded to the song?
Well getting McConaugheyed is different depending on what your into. For some people its smoking, others it’s drinking and some it’s just laughing and having a sober good time. McConaugheyed is basically getting into your party zone whatever that may be. And no Matthew McConaughey hasn’t reached out but who said the song was about him. lol
6 – What is different about this project in comparison to your prior projects?
Honestly, my last few projects were a little more P.C. It seemed like hip-hop was reaching a level of unsavoriness. So I went against the grain and told a story from the other side of music. This project still reflects my attitude of stop hating and have a good time but it is much more raw then my last few projects.
7 – Can you clear up the rumors about beef or rivalry between you and Rittz?
Yo this questions follows me everywhere. Its simple. Me and Ritz are from the same town in Gwinnett GA, I am from the Buford side and he is from the Lawrenceville side. A lot of times those sides beef with each other but me and Rittz are actually good friends. We started off rapping at a lot of shows in Gwinnett together. I support him and he support me. We talk and are cool with each other. A lot of people think we beefing because we are two Gwinnett County legends and we haven’t done a song together. We have two very different styles and our schedules haven’t allowed us to link. No matter what the media say we both rep that GC and we gonna always be down.
8 – Are you going to continue to do electronic hip-hop?
Of course I am. I have a few electronic hip-hop songs on this project and I am currently working with some major djs to take my electronic hip-hop sound to the next level. Stay tuned for that.
9 – Do you have any new shows or tours coming up?
Yes we are working on a major college tour this fall with a few other artist so be on the lookout for tour dates on my website theverce.com
10 – What’s your favorite thing to do when your not working on music?
PARTY and getting McConaugheyed.
Rising Artists From Chicago Thamatic & Taj McCoy Drop “Ultraviolet”
Chicago is home to great rising artists. In the case of Thamatic and Taj McCoy, I think they’re ready for a major label deal. They joined forces to drop “Ultraviolet”, a tribute song honoring Ahmaud Arbery and George Perry Floyd. This would not have been possible without the collaboration of international producer Aman Dembla.
After the success of the EDM futuristic concept EP ‘The Cyberpunk Trilogy’, Thamatic decided to work with many artists from diverse musical backgrounds. Sincerely, “Ultraviolet” serves as a call to stop the violence and all forms of racism and hate at the present time. On a side note, it’s one of the hardest songs they’ve written during this pandemic.
You can expect a smooth intro with thought-provoking lyrics and haunting vocals, then Rap verses merge with hard-hitting beats. Obviously, the results speak for themselves. Socially conscious tracks like this one are as powerful as peaceful protests when it comes to spurring social change. Stream “Ultraviolet” in full via SoundCloud down here.
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There’s A New Hip-Hop Album From Kyle Oashu You Will Like
Here’s a new Hip-Hop album that brings into the limelight Kyle Oashu‘s versatility as a rapper. The lyrics on ‘I Just Want To See The Sun Again’ really hit hard as they deal with self-discovery and self-love. Furthermore, the indie artist from South Carolina delivers great messages with raw emotional power.
Definitely, his music is a response to the rapidly changing times, where adaptation seems to be the key in order to survive. That’s exactly what he wants to showcase in all these 6 tracks. According to Kyle, this record is a statement about how he wants better days for himself and for the ones he loves. Well, this is not the first time he reflects originality in his compositions, I swear it’s 100% enjoyable.
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Eazy Breezy, A Promising Rapper That Breaks The Mold!
Eazy Breezy is a promising rapper to watch in 2020. Inclined towards Hip-Hop songs since childhood, he is most influenced by artists like Eminem, Lil Wayne, J. Cole, and many others. According to him, the urban genre is a complete support system as it can embrace you to deliver great messages hidden in deep lyrical wordplay.
He dopped out of school and established business at an early age. Rap songs always supported him in every stage of his life by motivating to conquer all his problems. Moreover, he started writing songs during his early 20’s and his incredible career began with a bang in 2020, with the release of his first single. Check it out.
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Some Rappers And Their Hobbies
The hobby can be categorized as a favorite passion that you can do outside of work. Just as we have hobbies and activities that we enjoy doing, so do musicians have or have had hobbies that they enjoy doing. I chose a few artists who have hobbies that are somewhat close to people who are not famous.
Lil Wayne is a skater
Dwayne Michael Carter, Jr. known by his stage name Lil Wayne, is an American rapper from New Orleans, Louisiana. In 1991, at the age of nine, Lil Wayne joined Cash Money Records, being the youngest member of the record label, and being part of the duo The BG’z, along with rapper Lil ‘Doogie , also from New Orleans. In 1996, Lil Wayne formed the hip hop group Hot Boys with his colleagues at Cash Money Records: Juvenile, Young Turk and Lil ‘Doogie (who would change his name to B.G.).
Hot Boys debuted with Get It How U Live! in the same year. Lil Wayne gained much success with the album Guerrilla Warfare (1999). In addition to being a representative artist for Cash Money Records, Lil Wayne is the CEO of his own record label, Young Money Entertainment, which he founded in 2005.
One of Lil Wayne’s hobbies is skateboarding. The “Lollipop” rapper embraced the sport a few years ago and has since become very dedicated to practicing. He’s befriended several pro-skaters, attends skating events, and even skateboarded to the stage at the VMAs one year. Weezy also has a tattoo that reads “Baked” on his forehead, which is stylized after the Baker Skateboards logo. In October 2012 he opened up the skate park Trukstop in his hometown of New Orleans.
50 Cent likes gambling
50 Cent is an American rapper, real name Curtis James Jackson III, born in Queens (New York). He became known worldwide for his debut album, Get Rich Or Die Tryin ‘, which, along with his second album, won numerous awards. After releasing the album “Guess Who’s Back?” in 2002, 50 cents was discovered by Eminem and he signed with Interscope Records.
With the help of Eminem and Dr. Dre – who produced his first major commercial success – he became one of the best-selling rappers in the world. In 2003, he founded his record label G-unit Records, where he signed successful artists such as Young Buck, Lloyd Banks, and Tony Yayo.
50 Cent often says that working in the studio, creating new hits is tiresome. Casino and sports betting are great ways of relaxation. Being an ardent fan of the New York Giants, he bet on them in 2012 when they played against the San Francisco 49ers. Not long after, his passion for slots and betting appeared in the press, with all his fans finding out about his hidden hobbies.
DMX and his bugs
Earl Simmons best known by his stage name DMX (also known as Dog Man X and Dark Man X) is an American rapper and actor. In 1999, he released his best album … And Then There Was X, which included the hit “Party Up (Up in Here)”. He has appeared in several films such as: Belly, Romeo Must Die, Exit Wounds, Cradle 2 the Grave and Last Hour. In 2006, he starred in the reality TV series DMX: Soul of a Man. In 2003, DMX published a memoir entitled, E.A.R.L .: The Autobiography of DMX.
Yes, you read that right. DMX and bugs. Now, we’re not talking about cutesy ladybugs plush toys (although that would be just as weird) we’re talking about real live bugs. Either way, DMX is big into his entomology, which if you didn’t know is the study of insects and their relationship to humans.
Ice-T is a gamer
Tracy Lauren Marrow, better known as the Ice-T scene, is an American rapper, singer and actor. He began his career as an underground rapper in the 1980s and was signed to Sire Records in 1987, when he released his debut album Rhyme Pays; the second hip-hop album to carry an explicit content sticker after Slick Rick’s La Di Da Di. The following year, he founded the record label Rhyme $yndicate Records and released another album, Power, which went on to go Platinum. He also released several other albums that went Gold.
Hip hop exploded at the same time that video games really took off, so it’s no real surprise that rappers are in their video games. But Ice-T, well into his games. If you don’t believe us, check out his Twitter feed where almost every second tweet is “Gamer Stuff”, as he calls it.
He is also a champion of the gaming community and recently called those players who give the genre a bad name.
Each rapper or to be more specific each star has one or more hobbies both common and a little weirder. Thus they distinguish themselves from everyday and busy life.
Do Yourself A Favor And Listen To Australian Rapper Tyler De Nawi
Out now via XYz Records, is “Fuxk Tyler, Pt. 1”, an incredibly smooth Hip-Hop single by Australian rapper Tyler De Nawi. Just like Eminem, he also employs explicit lyrics, an aggressive tone, and charisma in order to engage listeners with his personal story turned into music. Moreover, you can tell he’s technically skilled in his rhymes. Beyond that, he has the flow to kill it at Sydney’s urban scene. Stream in full below.
On a side note, Tyler De Nawi entered the entertainment industry due to his passion for martial arts. Throughout the years, the former acrobat got the opportunity to participate in films and TV, while specializing in acting and production. Not to mention, his upcoming film “A Lion Returns,” is set to release in August. This year, he is venturing into the art of music for the very first time. Overall, it’s clear he has the potential to be highly praised in the near future. “Fuxk Tyler, Pt. 1” is truly a testament to his genuine inventiveness. After relocating to Los Angeles, he has improved his career progress. Enjoy.
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