King Keon – “Like Master P”

Born Keon Williams, King Keon is the most anticipated recording artist to date hailing from Jersey City, NJ. Before the music, King excelled as both a boxer and football player; earning a full Division I scholarship to play football at Delaware State University. Keon’s hard work had been put to a holt once he was arrested and expelled because of an altercation on campus grounds. King later appealed, and was reinstated to DSU where he graduated with his Bachelor’s degree in Sport Management and minor in Business. 

After college, King Keon fully invested in his craft starting with his image. King dropped 125 lbs. (yes, one-hundred and twenty-five pounds) in 5 months all naturally through “discipline and consistency”, nothing mere short of the impossible. King then began to create a heavy buzz independently through KOK Records backed by his father (Big Keek) with gems like “Party & O’s”, “Picture Me”, “Holy” and a series of epic freestyles.

While getting his project complete and putting together the marketing strategy for his next single, king Decided to compete and WON the NJ Golden Gloves and can call himself Heavyweight Golden Glove Champion of New Jersey
Presented by K.O.K Records, King Keon drops all new cutting-edge visual for the highly favored single “Like Master P”.

First of its kind, King strays away from showing off fast cars and goes much bigger, as the video is set in a gritty mechanic shop for 18-wheeler trucks. K.O.K records seem to have turned the body shop into a “money-making” hub featuring an underground fight club, with prized fighters and lots of cash flow. There is no lack of dime pieces in this production, King is accompanied by a diverse group of stunning, yet exotic camouflage-wearing mechanics. Directed by Rock Davis, KOK Records brings “no limit” feeling energy to the screen.

Exclusive Interview: Get To Know Rising Artist Boorook

What is your name and what city do you rep? 
My name is Boorook and i’m from Warrnambool


Tell us about your latest releases, what inspired you to create them? 
My latest release is called Inner Guidance. It’s about listening to your heart and following your intuition. The opening track to the album is called Pain Away.It’s about trying to find balance in this crazy world by connecting to mother nature to give a grounded feeling of balance and inner peace.


What is unique about you and your music? 
I’m an Indigenous Kirrae Whurrung artist. My songs are grounded in wisdom of the land and guidance from my old people, I want to bring a healing message of hope to the world communities as music is a universal language it can bring people together from all walks of life & nationalities. My songs resonates in 432hz frequency which is the natural heartbeat of mother earth, I choose this healing frequency for my music to feel more centred, balanced, conscious and peaceful.


What shaped your music? 
My upbringing as an Indigenous person is what shapes my music. My whole life i have been surrounded by Indigenous Cultural inspiration. Evolving from an ancient line of strong & proud tribal warriors that have fought the resistance of colonisation. When i was 2 years old i was siting on the frontline of Kirrae Whurrung Land Rights movement, which was being spear tipped by my two Uncles and grandfather. I believe growing up in a blak community is what gives me the motivation to write the songs the way I do.


When did you realize you were going to make music professionally? 
When I was in secondary school my cousin and I started making some Indigenous rap  songs on keyboard, then we picked up guitar and were jamming heaps. When I completed a music industry skills course is when i fully decided to get into the music industry professionally and since that time my journey as a musician has grown and is starting to takeoff 


What type of music do you listen to? 
I listen to a broad range of music from Indigenous Artists of my country, Uncle Archie Roach being a great inspiration to me , Uncle Bart Willoughby of the Indigenous reggae band No Fixed Address, Bob Marley, Michael Jackson, Tupac, The kid Laroi


What inspires you to write music? 
What inspires me to write music is storytelling, music is a great tool to share knowledge, to empower people through words to give an uplifting message. These are the reasons I make music to educate and to simulate and expand your mind, body and soul to think outside of the box. 


What do you do when you don’t do music (creative or otherwise) and that you are passionate about? 
My job is doing school cultural talks teaching at local schools about Indigenous history. The true history of my people has been swept under the carpet for far to look. My passion is to educate people on old Aboriginal principles so they can learn and appreciate the spiritual and cultural values that my ancestors have lived by for thousands of years since the beginning of time.


Happiness to you is… 
Getting out onto my traditional country and connecting to the natural environment of mother nature. Happiness to me is helping people.


What do you wish you were told when you first started making music that you think would help artists just starting out? 
Educate yourself, learn as much as you can about music creation, make a plan, create goals, dream big, don’t hold back, keep moving forward and also strive to empower yourself through knowledge, learning something new everyday, keeping you mind active.

Tell us about your upcoming projects… 
In my upcoming projects, you will get to hear some young emerging Indigenous Rappers from my area, which I’m totally excited about getting these awesomely deadly young rappers on board on my upcoming album


Where do we find you music / music projects?  
Pain Away – Spotifyhttps://open.spotify.com/track/2yBSnYiorJxHV01qgxtHVH?si=D5dHCJtoSdWw7-YniuFdjQ&utm_source=copy-link&dl_branch=1
Caring for Our People – YouTubehttps://youtu.be/wDAwnQpy72I

Our Land Till We Die – #SoundCloudhttps://soundcloud.app.goo.gl/xKKRg
What is Reality – tiktokhttps://vm.tiktok.com/ZSJvGLN8J/
Inner Guidance – album linkhttps://album.link/au/i/1579638457


Any last words for the readers? 
To all the readers out there Jump on board my socials and subscribe, follow and share my music with family and friends. Help me spread the good word of my new release Inner Guidance. And if any other musicians out there that want to do a collab hit me up let’s write a song and record some new works

Exclusive Interview: Meet Rising Artist Jay Lucci

What is your name and what city do you rep?
Jay Lucci I am the original Lucci. No diss to any body that’s just real shit I was born and raised in New Orleans East all my life. I’m still living there.

Tell us about your latest releases, what inspired you to create them?

My latest release is called “Alive” it’s a single available on all streaming platforms. The song was inspired by my real life. 

What is unique about you and your music?

My music is unique because of my approach. Also nobody’s voice sounds like my voice. “Ya Diggy” hahaaa lol.

What shaped your music?
My lifestyle shape my music, New Orleans East Shaped my music.

When did you realize you were going to make music professionally? 

The moment that I realized that it was a business. I’m in this shit for money, no cap!

What type of music do you listen to? 

Tune The  Goat (Free BG) I listen to BG real often. Soulja Slim, 50 Cent, Uncle Birdman For Sure, Drizzy, The weekend, Wiz & Spitta, New Edition Hahaaa, lol shit like that 

What inspires you to write music? 

The Money! 

What do you do when you don’t do music (creative or otherwise) and that you are passionate about? 

Spend time with the family and spend a lot of time with myself also. 

Happiness to you is… 

My love ones being happy is happiness to me

What do you wish you were told when you first started making music that you think would help artists just starting out? 

Invest in your self. Learn how this business really goes, also know what your signing up for. This a Wicked game for real though.

Tell us about your upcoming projects…

I will be releasing more music, good music for sure, that’s really all the information that I can give you. Hahahaha be on the lookout.

Where do we find you music / music projects?  

Apple Music, my music is available on all streaming platforms. Few throwback mixtapes on datpiff.com as well.

Exclusive Interview: Meet Rising Philly Artist Banchie

What is your name and what city do you rep?
My name is Banchie and I’m from Philly.

Tell us about your latest releases, what inspired you to create them?

I have an album out that I dropped in 2020 on Halloween called “GhostPlanet 2: Elevation”. After I dropped the first “GhostPlanet” project in 2014, I was forced to take a hiatus because of personal problems despite the tape achieving a silver ranking on DatPiff. I always said when everything gets better in my life that I was gonna finish what I started…and that was making GhostPlanet a saga or a series sorta speak. I also have a new song out right now called “So Long”. When I came back in 2018, although I made an impact, some people was mistaken me for other artists, making similarities because of the type of music we hear now…which is my style, Alternative Hip Hop, but it was remade into Mumble Rap in my opinion. So I wanted to show everyone on this song that I’m far from average and I don’t have to copy something that I was doing back in 2004. It’s no shade though, I like to think of it as giving you a piece of my past.

What is unique about you and your music?

I think my diversity makes me unique. I always went about everything in my life differently. I started out writing poetry and jotting my frustrations down in journals, that played a major part in my process. Also my secret was not listening to anyone else’s music (besides my favorites), that gave me more mental space to develop my own style. So I incorporated my poetic format with Rap and it worked. And it was what my core fans like and want so why spoil a good thing.

What shaped your music? 

Reality. I seen it early in life…the good, the bad, and the ugly so I stick to what I know…being a storyteller. I take pride in that because people will always find satisfaction in listening to something they can relate to or they can actually see happening.

When did you realize you were going to make music professionally? 

Honestly I wasn’t really that consistent with my music in my early days. Like I knew that I would be doing it as a profession, I just didn’t know exactly what my position will be sorta speak. Yeah I was doing mixtapes here and there but my hustle was songwriting. I was doing that before and during my hiatus and not to mention getting f***ed over a couple of times involving contracts and whatnot, so it was hard to have love for it at times as a face artist. I think for me it was 2018, my comeback year, after I released the “Savage Time” freestyle video and it went viral, then meeting German Dj “Yung Tec” to make “Don’t Sweat The Technique” (also available on Spinrilla), that’s when I started hitting blogs and gaining overseas fans. Then after opening up for the late Fred The Godson in NY all in the same year, yeah that’s when my eyes really opened. 

What type of music do you listen to? 

I like Hip Hop (old and new school) and R&B but I also like to explore other genres like Jazz, Soul, and Funk. Also l like music that can showcase the artist’s creativity and not what I typically hear on the radio.

What inspires you to write music? 

Well I don’t think it’s nothing material and I most certainly know its not “fame” because I don’t care about that. Just the fact that everytime I write in my book, it’s relaxing to me. I consider that venting so Music itself is my inspiration because it tames my sanity.

What do you do when you don’t do music (creative or otherwise) and that you are passionate about? 

Well this is kinda part of my life because also, as I stated before, I’m a songwriter so I guess when I’m not doing “my own” music, I like to write for others. Majority of the time they’re paid assignments but there are moments when I go to the studio and just create with close friends on the humbug. Music is me, it was all I wanted to do since 12 years old. It’s the only thing I’m good at.

Happiness to you is… 

Happiness to me is being at peace with yourself so you can be or feel more comfortable to live.

What do you wish you were told when you first started making music that you think would help artists just starting out? 

Learn as much about the business now before you decide to embark on your journey. Do your research! And make sure you take a full crash course into Marketing because if you wanna maintain consistency with your craft, you’re gonna need it. Trust me it’s not all about making music.

Tell us about your upcoming projects…

Well currently I’m working on a brand new EP called “Trance” that will be out sometime towards the end of this year.

Where do we find you music / music projects?  

All of my music you can find on any media platform and also you can check out my SoundCloud for my music and my surprise sneak track called “Sunshine & Nightfall” that also will be on my EP.

Any last words for the readers?

Everyone has been asking…hoping…wishing…waiting for change, well don’t keep shunning me out. You might miss out on something breathtaking. Stay tuned…you ain’t see nothing yet!

Exclusive Interview: Get To Know Sense Offence

What is your name and what city do you rep?

I’m Sense Offence from Hamilton, New Zealand.

Tell us about your latest releases, what inspired you to create them?

Dark Thoughts was pretty heavily inspired by artists like Rhyme Asylum and Syntax Junkies who rap about dark themes in a really lyrically complex way, as well as the death metal and hardcore punk bands that I grew up listening to. I’ve always loved music with really dark imagery, especially during rough times it’s always been that kind of music that got me through. So I made Dark Thoughts both as a way to vent my own pain as well as give people an escape from their own. It’s heavily inspired by ancient mythological themes, psychedelics, mental health and addiction too, because those are all things I’ve either dealt with or been interested in. Dark Thoughts is as much about the lyricism as it is about the theme though, I wanted to write something full of crazy wordplay and bars that take a few listens to catch all the meanings behind them.

My previous release Free Speech was more inspired by the frustration I felt at the political polarisation I’ve seen growing in people around me and the laws that my government keeps pushing to violate freedom of speech even further. We already don’t have freedom of speech in New Zealand, there’s laws like the Harmful Digital Communications Act where you can go to prison for saying something offensive on the internet, and the government is proposing a new set of laws that restrict speech even further. Meanwhile the political divide is getting bigger and I’m seeing more and more people get so possessed by their ideology that they see anyone who’s not a part of it as an enemy that needs to be taken out instead of an individual they could actually listen to and learn from. It’s weird seeing how that’s affecting hip hop too, like it used to just be conservative Christians that wanted to “cancel” rap, but now it’s mostly coming from kids who think they’re “woke”. But there’s nothing “woke” about shutting down any type of speech you don’t agree with, that’s actually just ignorant as fuck.

What is unique about you and your music?

I’ve always been the type of person to hate being put in a box or told what I should be doing, so I think that naturally shows up in my music. Like when I was a kid, I was never the type to just be in one clique, I’d hang with the nerds, the goths, the metalheads, the druggies, the hippies, the punks, the hip hop heads and basically everyone else who didn’t quite fit in to the mould that society made for them. I always had a problem with authority too. I grew up listening to all sorts of music, everything from dubstep to death metal to smooth jazz and I was always really interested in exploring new places, both literally and metaphorically.

In my music, that shows up as this combination of lyrically and technically complex bars, mixing elements from different genres into hip hop, questioning everything and doing my own thing and making my own sound, regardless of what the rest of the industry is doing. I usually rap over boom bap and grime about topics like mental health, drug addiction, relationship difficulties, societal problems and suicide. I try to tackle these heavy topics with a brutal realism about their realities, while also keeping it balanced with a strong belief that recovery is possible and that anyone else fighting these demons can get through it.

What shaped your music?

Rappers who still keep their focus on the lyricism are the biggest influence for me in making my music, I’ve always loved that side of hip hop and it’s sad to see that starting to fade in significance in a lot of the scene. But there’s a lot of artists still killing it out there who inspire me to constantly improve my craft and get better with the pen. Listening to Wombat showed me how crazy you can get with the multi-syllabic rhyme schemes, listening to Immortal Technique showed me the power of using music to spread a message and listening to Huskii showed me that I could use music to vent my pain. I also listened to a lot of death metal and hardcore punk when I was younger and that definitely had an influence on my music too, a lot of those lyrics are dark and aggressive as fuck and use music as a way to spread a message about what’s going wrong in the world and how we can fix it.

When did you realize you were going to make music professionally?

That actually took me a very long time. I started rapping just fucking around freestyling with friends at parties at first and that’s all it was for a long time. Then I started really getting deep into freestyling and doing it every day. I was struggling with my mental health and it became my way to vent, for years it’d just be something I did because it helped me get shit off my chest, I was never thinking I was going to do anything more with it. But I got to a point where I realised that if my music could help me, it could help other people too. There are so many artists who helped me get through hard times with their music, so if I could be that person for someone else, then why not? So I put out this really shitty video I recorded on my phone in a shed and it ended up getting more than 30,000 views on Facebook. After that I never looked back.

What type of music do you listen to?

It’s always been mostly heavy and aggressive music, as a kid it was more metal and punk and now it’s mostly rap, usually boom bap and grime. At the moment I’m listening to a lot of Wombat, Odd Future, Necro and Posseshot. But I still do listen a lot of the metal and punk stuff too, been listening to a lot of Thy Art is Murder and Cattle Decapitation lately.

What inspires you to write music?

No cap, if I wasn’t writing music, I’d be dead. Music has saved my life over and over again. There’s no better way to vent than with a pen and a mic. As cliché as it sounds, the thing that inspires me to write music is life. I write about what I think and feel and what I see happening around me in the world, and if I didn’t do that it’d drive me crazy.

What do you do when you don’t do music (creative or otherwise) and that you are passionate about?

I’m very passionate about animals. I was pretty young when I found out about how badly animals get treated, like in factory farms for example, and ever since then I’ve wanted to do everything I can to help them. I have a rescue dog who was living stray for a long time and was beaten badly before she got adopted and throughout the years I’ve fostered a lot of rats who have been used in animal testing and things like that. That shit stays with them forever, just like trauma does in people, it affects them for the rest of their lives. No one deserves that shit, human or not.

Happiness to you is…

I’ll let you know when I find it.

What do you wish you were told when you first started making music that you think would help artists just starting out?

It really doesn’t matter if you suck at first. Everyone does. I got so many friends that tell me they wish they could rap but they “can’t”. That’s bullshit, everyone can rap, it’s just a question of how well. And yeah, it’s gonna take a fuckload of practice before you can do it well. But if you love rapping, that practice won’t be a chore, it’ll be fun. Just take away that pressure of having to do it well and just do it for the love of it. Then you’ll naturally get better at it the more you do it.

Tell us about your upcoming projects…

I’m releasing a new song every month for the rest of the year, with the most raw and real song I’ve ever dropped coming out in December. I’m also freestyle rapping live on Twitch every single day at the moment, New Zealand is in lockdown so I’ve got the time to do and after that I’ll be doing it at least a few times a week. I’m pretty new to Twitch, but I’m focusing a lot of building up an audience on there because after I’ve got enough people following there, I’m going to be attempting to break the world record for the longest freestyle rap by rapping for 40 hours straight.

Where do we find you music / music projects?

You can find me on Spotify, YouTube, Twitch and all major music streaming platforms under the name “Sense Offence”. You can find all those links and more at my website at https://www.senseoffence.com/

Any last words for the readers?

If you vibe with my music, make sure you follow me on Spotify, YouTube or Twitch. The algorithms for social media are shit, so if you follow me on there you’ll only see about 1 percent of the music I put out and miss the other 99 percent. I love connecting with people who listen to my music, so don’t be shy about messaging me and dropping into a livestream to chat with me on there. To anyone that’s struggling with their mental health, you’re stronger than you realise and you can cope with more than you think you can. If you need help, reach out and ask someone for it.  

Music Premiere: EPIC FAM – “GETCHO! (Debut Single)”

Today, we receive the first preview of Baltimore record label, EPIC FAM’s 22-track project to come, with the official release of their debut single, GETCHO!

Led by artist, songwriter, and producer Eze Jackson.

The new single features Starrz, the esteemed, self-proclaimed “backpack hippie lyricist,” Wifty Bangura, a multifaceted songstress with Sierra Leonean roots, trailblazing rapper Kotic Couture, and veteran Hip-Hop artist Eze Jackson.

Whether it’s dropping boastful rhymes about their lifestyle or trying to woo that special someone across the dancefloor, every artist gets a chance to flex their unique flow over the feel-good EPIC FAM and James Nasty-produced summer jam. 

Stream “GETCHO!”, and be sure to save the single on your preferred streaming platform here.

Get familiar with EPIC FAM:

Website / Eze Jackson EPK / Instagram / Twitter

Kitty Monroee – “Ecstasy”

Philadelphia-born, Delaware-raised songstress Kitty Monroee has developed quite the resume over the years, from radio play across the East Coast to an appearance on Netflix’s popular “Rhythm & Flow” series, thousands of streams on Spotify and more. 
Today, Kitty Monroee drops off a seductive new, Bob DeNiro-produced single, “Ecstasy.” Showcasing her singing ability and rap skill, the talented femcee proves to be a double edged sword.


“My inspiration behind ecstasy was to create a song that embodies that exact feeling. It begins with a sexy sultriness, then unexpectedly switches to a weekend/summer feel that anyone can vibe to. I was able to showcase a lot of my creativity with this song,” Monroee shares with us.

Stream “Ecstasy” below, and be on the lookout for the official music video in the upcoming days. You can save Kitty Monroee’s single on your preferred streaming platform here

Connect w/ Kitty Monroee:

Instagram / YouTube / Biography

The Lil People Share New Project ‘Randemic 2,’ Along with New Visual for “S**t About It”

After grabbing Detroit heavyweight, Icewear Vezzo, for their “Tesla Stocks” banger, Chicago duo The Lil People keep the momentum going with their new mixtape, ‘Randemic 2: Bandemic’ and the official visual for “S*** About It.” 

The project boasts features from Z Money, Lil Chris, DDW Nick, Bowl King and of course, Icewear Vezzo. Packed with face-scrunching, braggadocious rhymes, Weasel Sims and Jae Haze prove to have an undeniable chemistry throughout the 12-track body of work.


“The first Randemic, we made a decision to finally drop a project together and we recorded a bunch of songs in one day…it had trap and hip hop beats. This time around we’re introducing a style we call Boom Trap. It’s current day trap style beats but with hip hop style bars and a mixture of cadences…


If you’re looking for bars you won’t be disappointed but I must admit there is a little more style in this project than something like coke raps or our regular efforts. We decided every Summer we would show our versatility on beats but just make sure we don’t lack on the bars. We wanted to show more of our song making ability,”
 The Lil People shares with us.


Listen to ‘Randemic 2’ and watch the official video for “Sh**t About It” off the project below.

Follow on social media:

The Lil People: Instagram / Twitter

Weasel Sims: Instagram / Twitter

Jae Haze: Instagram / Twitter

Bang Bang Enlists Est Gee & Babyface Ray on New Mixtape, ‘Bando Season’ And Also Shares New Visual

Coming off the heels of his new EP Bando Season featuring Detroit’s own Babyface Ray, EST Gee and a few buzzin Philly arists, Bang Bang is back with a visual for his hitter, “Alone.” Bang takes his fans on a trip around Miami during his time at Rolling Loud, as he is seen getting driven around, mobbing out in the club, and linking with his music-making peers like VA’s Young Crazy and Hip-Hop’s ROY EST Gee.

The new video is a fire follow-up to all of his latest drops. The Uptown Philly representer named the song “Alone,” but in reality, he always has his team with him. You will never catch him lacking, and he always knows he is supported by his closest homies. Bang’s growth recently has been dope to watch, and you can tell by how he maneuvers in this latest video that he is ready for more.

Bang Bang is hotter than he has ever been. His new EP has been doing numbers, and he is not showing any signs of slowing up.

Check out his latest visual, “Alone,” here and be sure to stream his new EP Bando Season after the jump!

Exclusive Interview: Meet Rising Artist Infamous A

What is your name and what city do you rep?

I go by the name Infamous A and I represent Boston, MA to the fullest.

Tell us about your latest releases, what inspired you to create them?

Recently, I released a visual for my song ‘Champion’ (feat. Cris Streetz) which is now streaming on all platforms. The inspiration behind this song was to be inspirational to anyone listening… Of course, not everyone listening will be inspired! I was just so captivated by the vibe of the beat plus I landed the feature I wanted, so when everything came together, I knew I couldn’t make a generic sounding song… Promoting ‘Mamba Mentality’ is part of my daily life, so I turned it into my art.

What is unique about you and your music?

Uniqueness is so subjective here in the music business… Although, something that definitely makes me different is the fact that I embrace chaos the same way I embrace the love. There’s nothing gimmicky about me. I genuinely don’t mind failing if it means becoming greater in the end. I’ll grind for 100 years even if it only takes 90 to make it, I’m built to work hard by nature. I think our community appreciates artists like that.

What shaped your music? 

Creative inspiration and poor mental health. I actually began writing in middle school to help my ADHD and anxiety disorders, funnily enough. I found a niche and I never turned back. That was maybe 10 years ago… Then we fast forward to my adulthood and I’m still struggling with mental health every single day, except now I have a vision. My constant networking, my work ethic, my successes, my failures and opinions, that’s more so what’s shaping my music nowadays.

When did you realize you were going to make music professionally? 

When I was about 14 years old.

What type of music do you listen to? 

Lyrical hip hop will always be king, but I jam out to anything with an attitude or a message… Most of my playlist consists of artists like Eminem, Kendrick, Schoolboy Q, Jadakiss, Styles P, 50 Cent, Millyz, Grieselda Records, Tech N9ne, etc. 

What inspires you to write music? 

The deck of cards I’ve been dealt! Keeping everything inside just makes everything worse… For me, to have an opportunity to express myself creatively for a living is my main inspiration now. I’m so lucky to have that opportunity, even luckier to be good at what I do. All I have to do is execute, but crossing that finish line inspires me every time I step in the booth.

What do you do when you don’t do music (creative or otherwise) and that you are passionate about? 

I’m a big sports guy! Being from Boston, I think we all love sports… I just wish I was taller to play for the Celtics, but since I’m short, I only dedicate my time to making music.

Happiness to you is… 

Getting even in a healthy manner. My disorders and illnesses will never go away and that’s honestly fine by me, I just have to make it right. When I get my due and lock down some financial security, that’s when I’ll be happy.

What do you wish you were told when you first started making music that you think would help artists just starting out? 

You have to invest money into your craft, in order for the business to invest in you.

Tell us about your upcoming projects…

I’m releasing a collab joint with Brooklyns own, Oswin Benjamin within the next month. That song will be produced by Reybeatz and it does have a visual. So be on the look out for that along with my upcoming mixtape. Everything I release this and next year will be ridiculous. Believe that.

Where do we find you music / music projects?  

Everywhere, baby! Apple Music, Spotify, Amazon Music, YouTube, you name it… I’m active all the time.

Any last words for the readers?

Follow me on Instagram @Yoinfamousa and follow me on Twitter @Infamous_A617 … I’ll see everybody soon and I appreciate the opportunity.

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