Memphis hip hop heavy weight Micheal James formally known as Miscellaneous or MIsc Da Boss is calling out fraudulent activity and brings it to light in his brand new music video “#RapThat.”The Zaytoven produced record is the lead single off his latest mixtape “F**K the Industry Reloaded” expected to be released out of Memphis in May, with features expected from Project Pat & Jaccem Smaccem. Check out the video below as well as the newly released “#BrendaBaby which is a part 2 of Tupacs infamous inner city tale “Brenda’s Got A Baby” Check it out here.
Made in the aftermath of the unrest in Ferguson (Mike Brown), Baltimore (Freddie Gray), New York (Eric Gardner), & too many other police killings of unarmed African Americans prominent Memphis artist Miscellaneous steps in the booth to late his listeners know that Black Lives Matter, while insisting that if it doesn’t we need to come together and make them matter, and made the opposition respect it. Check Out the video above.
As he starts the 1st of several dates on his latest tour that spans across the Midwest & South Miscellaneous drops visuals for the Montana Trax produced track #Str8likethat in which he reminds his follows and haters alike that he is one of the top 5 in Memphis during the brief 2 minute track/video. Catch Miscellaneous on tout through out April, May, & June some of the dates listed here. Check out the video below. To open for Misc or to book him in your city text 3146296404.
Former Midwest Best Winner (#MWB4) and one of Central Illinois most championed indie artist Deezy Da Papaer Boy links up with one of the most recognized voices throughout Memphis, Miscellaneous to brag about their chicks diets and what not, for further detail hit play.
Miscellaneous finally drops the visuals for for the street anthem “I Gotta Hustle” feat. Cmg artist “Zed Zilla.” The song is featured on Mi$c latest mixtape “F#%K the Industry” which was released the same day his album “Broke & Famous” was slated to drop via Wyte Music. Since then Mi$c Da Boss has campaigned for the release of his debut album as well as made allegations of money owed by label head “Lil Wyte.” This is the first released visual from the Memphis native since parting ways with his former label. With Thanksgiving right around the corner and Christmas not to far after relate “I Gotta Hustle” could be the anthem of the fall watch it now.
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.
Win through your actions, never through argument.
— 48 Laws of Power (@48tweetsofpower) September 4, 2015
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.”
Know who you’re dealing with; do not offend the wrong person.
— 48 Laws of Power (@48tweetsofpower) September 2, 2015
Stay posted to BetasBlock.Com for updates and possible resolution to this situation.
2015 SCM Lyricist of the Year recipient Miscellaneous, aka @Miscdaboss , is now also Mr.Front Page for St.Louis based LL Live Magazine. Be sure to go to www.lllivemagazine.com to check out the 6 page spread on the front page, which included an exclusive interview with the “Wild Card” of Wyte Music, in which he talks about the high school story that gave him his unique rap name, upcoming music, & movie projects and so much more.
Be sure to check out his latest project “F#*K the Industry” click here, & check out part 1 of Betasblock.com exclusive interview with Misc. as he talks about his past aggressive approach to handling rejection with with his single “Memphis Walk,”including a few altercations with radio djs who didn’t spin his record, & the reality of now being a radio plus more click here.