When former Wyte Music artist Miscellaneous dropped an unexpected “Back 2 Back” diss at former CEO Lil Wyte, Wyte responds by removing Miscdaboss popular video “F**K the Industry” video off line, as well as removes mentions of Misc. “Broke & Famous Album” from his twitter profile. Almost immediately after the release of the “Back to Back” diss Lil Wyte also re-tweeted 3 quotes from the which is based off the world famous tactical “48 Laws of Power” book. The tweets included “Never Outshine the Master” “Know who you are dealing with: Do not offend the wrong person” & “Win Through your actions, never your argument”
With so much history, chemistry, and collaborations between the 2 we will be following this story hoping for a positive resolution.
No stranger to friction in his home town, Miscellaneous shakes things up in Memphis once again. This time around, shots fired towards his former CEO Lil Wyte of “Wyte Music” in new “Back to Back” record where he speaks of allegations of owed money & expresses his anger about his debut album “Broke & Famous” which was to drop Spring 2015 & has yet to released more than 4 months later.
Wyte has fired back removing Miscellaneous “F*CK the Industry” Video off youtube and almost immediately the release of the record, he tweeted 3 quotes from @48tweetsofpower twitter page, with the last one saying “Know Who you dealing with, Don’t offend the Wrong Person.”
Whobeta’s Studio 618 interview with Miscellaneous speaks on his younger, wilder hip hop days, looking for exposure from hole in the wall clubs to the biggest clubs in Memphis with his single “Memphis Walk” a couple years back,including a few altercations with radio djs who didn’t spin his record.
Fast forward to 2013 to the present Miscellaneous can now be heard on one of the biggest hip hop outlets in Memphis every Wednesday from 7p-12a and now knows more effective less violent ways to conduct radio business and build relationships.
Miscellaneous Broke & Famous the Album dropping Nation Wide May 5th, to pre-order a copy go to wytestore.com
To book Miscellaneous for features, interviews, concerts, text 3146296404
S/o to Lil Wyte for the interview with Whobeta of Stlhiphop. were we touched on what may or not be next for Lil Wyte after his new ventures with moonshine, and medical marijuana, who’s in Wyte Music, whats next for Wyte Music, and 1 of the most ratchetest Rat Tats, (Hoodrar Tat) he’s ever seen
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Also Check out the latest video from Wyte Music Artist Miscellaneous “F3** the Industry” which was featured on Worldstarhiphop.com upon its release, and catch Miscellaneous on Tour through Illinois,Missouri, & Iowa March 3rd through 7th for more info click here or text 3146296404.
Growing up in the hard streets of Memphis, Tennessee Miscellaneous has had his share of hardships. From multiple arrest, being shot twice and paralyzed for 6 months, to coming from two drug addicted parents. Miscellaneous began to pit his pains, fears, and desire on paper. A gifted artist, he takes his listeners on a jorney through the life and struggles of a man with a negative past of being incarcerated and overcoming it by focusing a postive future.
After begin sign to Hypnotize Minds Artist Lil Wyte own label Wyte Music Records, appearing on Lil Wyte latest Album “Still Doubed” two tracks M.E.M.P.H.I.S. featuring Al Kapone and Lil Wyte’s MAJOR single “Sike” set Mi$c off to bigger audience. Along on tour with major artist such as Future, Lord Infamous, Juvenile, Frayser Boy, and more. He set the scene on fire with two mixtapes “Violentines Day” and “Sex, Drugs, & RAP MUZIK” with appearances by Don Trip, DJ Paul, Fiend, Drumma Boy, 6 Tre G, Project Pat, Frayser Boy, Lil Wyte, MJG.
Broke & Famous the Album, coming May 5th in Itunes, and select stores. The Broke & Famous Tour kicks off March 3rd with performances, radio, and tv appearances through out Missouri, Illinois, and Iowa. For more info on any dates, collabs, opening performance slots, or more from March 3rd to March 7th text 3146296404.
2014 was a stellar year for rising Memphis rap artist Miscellaneous, from releasing his short film”Dude Wheres My Gar,” to the many awards, and award nominations from award shows through out the south, and starting his own label, where he is currently looking for new talented artist and producers.
Riding the success of his 2014 accomplishments Miscellaneous is expecting to release his newest project titled “Broke and Famous,” in the 1st quarter of 2015, and released the 1st visuals for the project December 16th, for a song titled “F@#k the Industry,” which gathered more than 17,000 views on top rap site Worldstarhiphop.com and less than 24 hours, and over 5,000 views on youtube with in the same time period.
This single, speaks on the behind the scene politics that frustrate many artist have while trying to become the next rising star, touching on pay to play with radio and club djs, 360 contracts and more sensitive topics for hip hop artist, as he echo’s “I ain’t no hoe,” through out the video.
The video, shot by Yawn Filmz, features cameo’s from some of Memphis most legendary artist including La Chat, Lil Wyte, & Oscar winning artist Frayser Boy to name a few, and apparel from http://www.successovereverythingclothing.com/ including to of the hats he wore in the video, as well as at least 2 shirts.