Tag Archive: Interviews


May 19th



Happy May19th. ALLAN releases his first project featuring a compilation of new and OLD work. This project features features from B.D. of GTBK, C-Flo, Jace of Two-9 and Scotty Dividends. Check out the FREE work and make sure you stay tuned for all Future Updates. Click the Pic! for the Download. #TrueFreedom Bitch.



Montreality x Joey Bada$$

This interview is official. Montreality sits down with Joey Bada$$ to help shed some light on his current situation. For those who don’t know who Joey is at all we’ll make it simple. Click this picture. 

In this Interview with Montreality, JOEY BADA$$ speaks about:
– The type of student he was at school (0:19)
– Jobs he’s had as a teenager growing up (0:42)
– What he spent his 1st big paycheck on (0:59)
– The key to success (1:06)
– Whether or not he likes reading books (1:22)
– What he thinks he were in a previous lifetime (1:36)
– His biggest fear (2:07)
– His last meal of choice (2:22)
– His favorite videogame (2:36)
– His favorite cartoon character (2:56)
– The reason he doesn’t have any tattoos (3:14)
– The release of “Rejex” & his upcoming projects (3:40)
– Wanting to collaborate with NAS (4:30)
– Artists that have influenced him (4:38)
– His legacy, what he hopes to leave behind (5:03)

The Urban Authority across Canada.


A Night With Smoke DZA

Yall know we f*cks with DZA. Right. Well JENESIS Mag and Reel Deal Films recently teamed up to bring you through a night with DZA. The interview was done by Persiah and is defintely dope. Hit that play button and see whats good with the Kushed God.

Riiiiiiiight. Persiah catches up with Smoke DZA for a special backstage interview as the Smoker’s Club Tour hits San Francisco. Smoke DZA talks about touring and still taking care of family, the Smoke DZA experience, his love for San Fran (mostly because of the weed goodies), and let’s us know NYC is where it’s at when it comes to upcoming talent. Plus, we came bearing a special gift that he highly appreciated.

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Termanology Vs. Montreality

Termanology sits down with the Canada generals for a dope interview. Montreality’s questions are always real and so are the people they interview. If you into knowledge make sure you hit that play.

In this interview with Montreality, TERMANOLOGY speaks about:
– His story (0:18)
– The type of student he was at school (0:51)
– Jobs he’s had as a teenager growing up (1:21)
– The key to success (1:43)
– What he would call his book, if he were to write one (2:04)
– His upcoming projects (2:55)
– Artists he’d like to collaborate with (3:24)
– A memorable tour story (3:55)
– What keeps him motivated (4:30)
– What he thinks he were in a previous life (4:52)

The Urban Authority across Canada.


The TFSociety Chops It Up With Tatiana Ilia



In our journey we have came across many different talents. With this beautiful young lady we’ve came across a talent with a will to change, and unselfish motives. Tatiana Ilia has been designing unique costume jewelry (Ilia by Tatiana Ilia) for about a year now and we f*ck with her movement. It is one with style and class. On Sunday June 17th we chopped it up in the Witches Brew and heres what we found out…

Q: What to do you do?

A: I make costume jewelry for my line Ilia by Tatiana Ilia.

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Q: What inspires you?

A: I’ve always had a love for costume jewelry and fashion. But more importantly I’ve had an interest in philanthropy and giving back to other countries and sometime in the near future I would like to intertwine my line with many philanthropic ventures.

Q: What Is philanthropy?

A: Philanthropy is giving back to others in different areas, communities, countries or states in any which way that you can. Whether it’s providing food, shelter, money, or moral support.


Q: How do you plan on intertwining your line with philanthropy?

A: I plan on intertwining my line with philanthropy by going to Haiti which is my land of origin, and creating a factory so that women can work to create a means of income for themselves. The factory will also serve as a safe house to provide those women with somewhere to stay and life coaches.

Q: What kind of music are you listening to right now?

A: I listen to everything from rap to r&b to indie. I don’t discriminate with music.
Q: Do you feel that music and fashion coincide?

A: I think they do coincide with each other because music has the power of changing your mood, how you feel, what your thinking and your creative views.

Q: Who’s your favorite artist right now?

A: I can’t say that I have a favorite artist in particular but on artist that has a great influence on me is Jay-Z because I admire his ambition, his progression, his perseverance, and business ventures. He is the opitamy of rags to riches because he has risen up from his adversities and made a positive impact on his life and many lives.

Q: What is style?

A: Style is individuality. Making what you wear your own.


Q: Do you feel style is important to Society (why)?

A: I don’t think that style is important to structuring a society but it is important in regards to expressing yourself as an individual.

Q: If there is one thing you could do at this very moment what would it be?

A: Go to Haiti and learn more about the culture and the people because I haven’t gone there since I was a little girl. And I feel like when I was younger I took everything that I saw over there for granted and now that I am older I would be able to embrace the culture and people of Haiti more.

Q: Whats the next step for your brand?

A: The next step for my brand is to make it known within the United States.

Q: How would you like to change the world?

A: I would like to change the world by ending discrimination and trying to get people to be grateful for the life they have been given and to live their life with a positive purpose so that they could impact others around them.


Q: How do you feel about the Basedgod?

A: Your talking about Lil B? I don’t much about him, I’m sorry.


Wiz Khalifa

Taylor Allderdice

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Yeah man that  time came

There was no sense in trying to be the first one to get it cause Datpiff crashed for a few hours

The mixtape has it’s own website

Make sure you get it though

That new Taylor Gang Ish

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Hardknock TV interviews

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Montreality French Interview


French sits down with Montreality to answer a couple of questions. Definitely a dope interview.


– His story (0:23)
– Upcoming projects, Diddy & Ross executive producing his debut album (0:34)
– The type of student he was at school (0:53)
– Jobs he’s had as a teenager growing up (1:00)
– What he spent his 1st big paycheck on (1:19)
– The key to success (1:28)
– Message to his Moroccan fans (1:39)
– His thought on the Drake & Common feud (2:03)
– How he knows if a woman is wifey material or not (2:24)
– What he has in his pockets (2:54)
– What he would call his book is he were to write one (4:02)
– A memorable tour story (4:20)
– Artists & producers he would like to work with (4:54)
– What keeps him motivated (5:14)
– The knowledge he’s learned from Diddy & Rick Ross (5:38)


A$AP Interview


A few members of the A$AP Mob sit down with Montreality to answer a few quistions. These ni*gas is fools. Dope a*s interview.

– Their story (0:21)
– The type of students they were at school (0:44)
– Jobs they had as teenagers (0:59)
– What they spent their 1st big paychecks on (1:09)
– The key to success (1:35)
– The A$AP Mob compilation album & A$AP Rocky’s debut album (2:14)
– Going on the Club Paradise tour with Drake & Kendrick Lamar (2:35)
– What they would call their book if they were to write one (2:50)
– Memorable tour stories (3:19)
– Artists they would like to work with (3:59)
– Their tattoos (4:39)
– Rumours of A$AP Rocky being in Nas’ Nasty video (4:54)
– What they have in their pockets (5:28)

Melle Mel + King Russ


The Elite Money Empire sits down with Grandmaster Melle Mel to introduce his new artist, “King Russ”, from Harlem, New York. King Russ explains his movement, his musical preferences, drops a freestyle and more. Check it out below.


Debra Antney


Debra Antney is the founder and CEO of Atlanta-based management company Mizay Entertainment and Waka’s mom. She has worked with Gucci Mane, Nicki Minaj, Waka Flocka, French Montana, OJ Da Juiceman, Frenchie, Wooh Da Kid and more. Below is her three part interview. Check it out below.

Part 1

In Part 1 she shares why she started Mizay Entertainment, how she came across some of her biggest acts, Gucci Mane, Waka Flocka and more.

Part 2

In Part 2 she speaks about what made Waka want to quit rap and the expectations of loved ones when you’re in the industry.

Part 3

In Part 3 she speaks about her passion for charity, working with Ludacris and David Banner, goals, childhood, past events and more.