betasblock.com presents “The Connectz Radio Show”. Aaron “Uncanny” Phillips, long time contributor to Betasblock has embarked on a weekly radio journey featuring some of the best underground and independent talent from across the nation and interviews with the brightest stars in the culture. The inaugural episode finds Uncanny chopping it up with international recording star Dizzy Wright about his 10 anniversary tour, maintaining a hectic work schedule and his latest video release featuring B-Real and DJ Hoppa.
You will be able to find the latest episodes of “The Connectz Radio Show” right here on betasblock.com and catch the playback everywhere you listen to your favorite podcasts.
Tamba Hali of the Nfl’s top 100 players year after year is moving forward with his passion for music with the release of his new single “The One For Me” out now which sounds great, & has been getting solid reviews around the web.
In a recent interview with BetasBlock.com Tamba Talks about the release of his new single, the possibilities of an upcoming collab with Kansas City’s top artist Tech 9ne, & more in part 1 of the 3 part interview check it out below, as well as the newly released video “The 1 For Me.”
Topeka raised, rising star, speaks briefly with stlhiphop.com’s @whobeta after a show @ Studio 618 in Southern Illinois, speaking on signing with Boosie’s label as well as getting Bad Azz on the “My Dawg” remix which recently hit 1,000,000 views on WSHH , he also gave brief but good advice to indie artist, who 1 day would like to be in a position to blow up. Check out the interview below & be sure to stay updated with T Rell via Instagram @TRell_785 .
Buffalo Stille member of the Grammy Nominated, Multi Platinum, best selling group from Kentucky Nappy Roots talks with BetasBlock.com’s own Dj Whobeta about possible Nappy Roots movie, and how the group compared to members of NWA who’s “Straight Out Of Compton” movie dominated the Box Office most of the summer.
Buffalo & @whobeta also touched on the writing process of the now 4 man group, and who doesn’t have a ghost writer in the industry (hopefully) according to B Stille.
And, last we talked about the groups latest project released May 5th that you can hear here, to stay up to date with the Nappy Roots head to http://www.nappyroots.com or follow them on twitter/Ig @Nappy Roots.
Rumored former Ghost Writer for Lil Wayne, & self proclaimed King of Philadelphia, Gillie Da Kid speaks on debut album Giladelphia, and states that the city always been his its just time to change the street signs. He also speaks on his top 5 list & we ask his as a hip hop artist out of Philly are any of the talented artist in Philly on your top 5 dead or alive list, and who made his list plus more check out the interview.
Throw back Interview with H-Town’s Kirko Bangz days after making the 2013 XXL Freshman Class Cover & talks about how hard he had to work to be recognized by Hip Hops premier publication. He also talks about his favorite cover to his hit record “Drink in My Cup” which topped the rap charts at number 1 in 2012. Check out songs from his latest project #Fallingup right here on sound cloud.
Before he was signed to one of the most influential producers in the history of modern day music “The People’s Rapper” Jon Connor converses with Whobeta on his former weekly show. In my opinion this is one of the best interviews ever as Jon Connor speaks about not making the XXL Magazine Freshman Class cover in 2012, and spews his true feelings about the hip hop publication, also during the interview he explains the major endorsements & cosigns that were featured throughout his acclaimed “Season 2” project which gathers cosigns from Nas, Jamie Foxx, The Game, & Youg Jeezy to name a few super stars that was feeling the star before he was in major orbit.
Check out this throwback interview & be sure to check out his national debut featured twice on Compton: A Soundtrack by Dr.Dre, a release that took the summer by surprise, with over 400,000 records sold in the 1st 3 weeks.
During a tour stop in St.Louis, Mo at what use to a venue name Plush, Shady Records Slumerican Yelawolf gave us a few minutes to talk with him while he smokes his cigarette as he whispers out the answers to out questions. Listen in as he speaks on finding hip hop while being a native of the Dixie Southern state of Alabama, plus more check it out.
Before he was with Strange Music Rittz who was juggling a suck ass job & becoming one of hip hop’s newest stars, Rittz took to the road with the Revival Tour. While in St.Louis he spoke with stlhiphop.com about an assortment of things check out the interview, share, leave a comment.