people are mean, man. this guy is a genius.
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Has anyone heard of a band called the Thundercats? I thought CL was featuring them, but I can't find it.
Updated Maestro.FM playlist with Fiona Simone -
Check out some of these joints on Maestro.FM - http://playlist.maestro.fm/Atlanta%20Hip-Hop%27s%20new%20new_lf4gfAILidk6FcIO6GcZTxrhGL1czZKkFPQuZiFI.html
...if i dont who will?
What does this kid's body type have to do with the concert , music, or anything at all???
Radiant Kidz comin to a Stage Near You!!....Stadium Status ???????? WTF is ?? See Spree Wilson you have proven my point...I'm honestly here because i support great music and I'm making sure that this article doesnt mislead outsiders and even those hard 9 to 5 working people in atlanta that just might have grab this issue of creative loafing because muffy blessed us with her beauty on the cover (Mucho Kudos to the photographer)
but really have not seen these infamous shows to be AWARE (Caution) before they fall for the B.S....Hey AMERICA just check out all these peeps myspace pages and just Listen!
I appreciate the mention on this list and its a blessing to even be noticed. While people debate about the authenticity of the music we all put out to the world im just glad to be able to do so. Im not from Atlanta and im not part of a scene but i have had the opportunity to meet and know some good people that have some of the same interest. All this helped to build Sean Falyon into what i bring to everyone when i hit the stage. I feel like the people on this list are all talented but some of us me included take alot of this for granted. So i do agree with the high school talent show statement,because we get to comfortable with the popularity we've gained and our performance/craft suffers. I just wish that everyone mentioned on this list or anywhere near the atlanta music scene will remain relevant and keep improving themselves regardless of what critics say. Take everything constructively and as Spree said "DO YOU" because nobody is to blame if you fail but yourself.
Man...this conversation is really entertaining to me..At the end of the day, the motto, especially for me is "DO YOU"...I've never been a part of any scene, usually just an observer. Me and SmallEyez hustled and worked our ass off, trying to just get folk to listen..No, we didnt throw any parties, no we didnt whore ourselves to every party promoter with a name. which is why you have never seen our names on anyone of their flyers...it was always abt the music with us...Our show at Lenny's was sort of like a middle finger to this "so-called scene"..At the end of the day, this whole thing could go to shit, and i'll still be sooo good...I can only think of four other names on the list who can say the same thing....i question people leaving comments on here, becuz with the exception of Firebrand, Jacinta, and Maurice...none of yall have been to the show...I can honestly say, ive seen everyone on that list, with exception of Sean perform...but anyway...Radiant Kidz comin to a Stage Near You!!....Stadium Status
While everyone is so busy setting "trends".... how about setting a STANDARD.
STANDARD SPECIALIST. Is what I strive for, for PROTON, Jessica Tonder, and anything I work on.
I wish people would stop whoring everything out.
This list is pretty interesting to me...I have a personal relationship with everyone on it with the exception of Fiona and Stacy. [I know these ladies in passing and they are far enough from the "scene" that they dont get caught up in the BS.. AND I LOVE THAT]
This whole "new Atlanta music scene" is starting to feel like a high school talent show.
and to whomever came up with the "Hipster-Hop" term. Shoot yourself in the foot please. Thats the worst. FYI.
I was managing PROTON before I started Broke and BouJee.
COMEUPKIDS.COM launched in December 2007, with about 6 months of work going into it prior.
Royal closed in December 2007... last B$B was at the Mark 2 months later on Feb 28th.
Mommy? lmao..... Who's the Daddy... ?
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Firebrand not at all and if your so small minded to think its about sexual preference then i understand why you think this genre of music is revolutionary.....I stand proud to be a lesbian I'm just not closed mind to how things are and damn how many peeps in ATL are just tryin something different? (Everybody probably even you but that doesnt mean its good to everybody else)..It's about the music and not the artist personal business but dont try and represent something you cant back ... like singing and raping...and in your case having a great ear for music
I'm waiting for the Hate on this article. Noone is willing to admit that ATL is nowhere near as forward thinking as many would like to feel it is. Just check out the comments in this issue alone.
nobody knows about underground hip hop in atlanta. Not even Atlantans.
I think if folks are going to be homophobic and call out people otherwise about their lifestyles you should at least be brave enough to use the name everyone knows you by.
That might be expecting too much, though. Right?
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