Episode 4: Exclusive with Houston’s female Rap artist Pee Supreme. She talks about her latest EP “Ready” and her experience while creating music.
Pee Supreme’s“Ready” is a definite vibe for everyone to enjoy. As she prepares the world to get “Ready”, she explains key points of her style, flow, and experience creating her new project. Pee Supreme has joined forces with Southern Heat Entertainment and The Supreme Life Music creating great quality music for the world to hear.
She also shares her motives behind the 7 track EP. She states “the seven flames” which you hear throughout the tape. Straight fire! Pee Supreme is not your average female rapper. She has flow, lyrics, and the presence for every walk of life.
Pee Supreme chats with us about the production which includes Producers DJ Chose and Avo. Both producers created a different feel to her artistry. The teamwork bought everything to life. Her presence on “Ready” was strong and yet sweet with her way to switch up the tones in each track. She has one feature from Seb Hollywood on “Different Lanes”.
Pee Supreme talks about her inspiration behind her campaign “I Am The Bag”. She explains that its not only about money but self confidence you bring about yourself. “Getting The Bag within You”. She signifies women’s empowerment and should be supported by every queen across the globe!
Be sure to check out more from our episode and also stream “Ready” on all major music platforms. Get Ready to be in for a rude awakening!
We were on the scene for the upcoming video of “Throw Fits” with Juvenile, Yung Miami, G-Eazy, and Super Producer London On Tha Track. The block party scene was located on Frenchmen Street, at the Blue Nile. Many people gathered together to be apart of a culture filled scene in the middle of the street.
We were invited by Freewater, who came together and gathered many people to come out and dance, party, and be apart of dope scene of the video shoot. They also gave a crawfish boil for the everyone came out. We caught London On Tha Track and Juvenile enjoying crawfish.
Everyone was enjoying themselves, especially G-Eazy, as he amps the crowd and embrace the fans and people gathering in their presence. London On Tha Track gathered the people and upcoming local artists from the city for shoots in the video and also embraced them with photos and gracing his presence as well.
The atmosphere was full of beautiful vibes as well as beautiful people coming together. Even though the sun was vibrant, nothing amounted to the huge smiles of the people enjoying themselves. One thing we noticed was the video had an abundant feel of the culture. There was a second line band, ladies twerking, vibrant colors in everyone’s attire, and much more.
We are confident that the video will capture the New Orleans culture. As natives, it was refreshing to be apart what should be a hit single! The video will add more insight of our culture. With the city always being an influence in the hip hop scene, “Throw Fits” will stamp where it all began! Our music, food, and amazing people has any tourist visiting leaving with high vibrations and happiness.
Be on the look out for the video! We will keep you In The Nyte Lyfe even in The Daytime!
Creating a platform for artists to express themselves the right way has been our main objective. Houston’s Finest Unplugged TV viewed how unity within businesses can bring a great deal of people together. Since we began this blog site, we wanted to show what matters the most in our society. We created a team featuring DJ Mizzle, Don P, Sherita, and Nyte Lyfe Lexx. Once connecting dots with Music Exchange Radio and Vision4Productions, we wanted to share our insights on some very interesting hip hop artists.
Music Exchange Radio is an innovative media network which uses the combination of 24 hour live streaming, radio, television, website, and smart phone app. They market and promote independent music of all genres, culturally influence entrepreneurs, music and business education, all in relevance to independent artist.
We teamed up with some great entities to curate the show where people can be apart of. There were interviews in place for a few artists we felt need awareness bought to their dopeness.
It was only right to bring out artists such as Bam Rogers, BG Kenny Lou, FNM $hoota, and JR The Lyrical Angel.
We spoke with Arkansas Hip-Hop Artist Bam Rogers who truly is an artist. Bam states how he has been influenced by Music all of his life. He began at the age of 12. His family has a strong presence with Gospel music. This reflects on how talented Bam is and we are excited to see his future.
We talked about his album which dropped on his birthday November 14th called “Change of Plans”. His upcoming event is held at Astroworld Festival, November 17th. Be sure to check out his new album and our album review on “Change of Plans”.
Next we had a chance to chat with BG Kenny Lou, who is an aspiring artist out of Southpark Houston. This fella has a very interesting story and we commend him for sharing it with us. Kenny has been doing major performances with several high schools during their football games and homecoming activities. With his dope music and strong presence with the kids, The students highly anticipates his show and his words of encouragements. Kenny Lou is indeed what you will call a hardcore rapper, but in his music his melodies becomes anyone’s favorite.
Well not everyone enjoyed his work at the schools. For sure it doesn’t seem pretty having the Houston police displaying the artist on the news. The Houston Police are complaining about how are the schools can allow this artist to perform. In our opinion, how could any school let any rapper perform? Kenny Lou defends himself by telling his side of the story. The media played manipulation in this matter. Kenny shares how he does positive acts for his sake and not for any publicity stunt. He even volunteered with us at The Senior Luncheon at the church and fed the homeless afterwards. We planned prior to the accusations to have artist participate in our volunteer programs.
Besides that, we got a chance to hear his major single “Damn Thang” which is doing crazy numbers at this time. We hope and pray all goes well moving forward to his success in his career.
What’s Family and Money if you don’t see FNM $hoota. Westbank New Orleans artist has migrated to Houston and become an all around guy. You may see him in Atlanta one day, next in L.A. $hoota came chat with us about his future projects and next moves. His humbleness spreads in the room everywhere he go. We went to his video shoot for “Playing Games” a week ago. This tack is on his EP titled “All Hype Shit”. $hoota touches on how being able to move around helped him connect more than ever. He is definitely an underdog in the industry. His clothing line FNM Apparel is another example of his great work ethnics and sense of style.
We consider him a true artist who stands behind his brand. It’s never a doubt you will catch this artist with his children. It is never a time you catch not on point. He is the true definition of Family and Money.
Last but far from least, Westbank New Orleans singer and rapper JR The Lyrical Angel blesses us with his presence during the show. With his strong yet angelic voice, we placed him spot to give us a taste of his sound. JR is an aspiring artist moving forward to become the next big sensation. His ability to sing and spit major bars keeps everyone astonished. We ask him how his life has been affected music. He had a tough Road to where he is today. He is truly a living testimony. He allowed the audience to hear his upcoming track “Crossroads”. One of our favorite projects he produced. JR is currently working on a project and we look forward to hearing more from him.
Overall the show became a success! We united artists and entities they may have never met before. We had several we would like to thank for being apart of our project:
Rudy Alexander (Takeover Studios/ A&R with Rap-A-Lot)
Early this month we went full throttle on the road with some dope upcoming artists from the South. Linking with Big Who from Houston connected us with far more than we imagined!
We had a super dope weekend as we connected with many arising artists.
We linked up with Crowd Control Music Entertainment with Christy Duffy and Joanna Applegate. They welcomed us with great hospitality in Tallahassee. We got to check out Kodak Black and Q Money as well. We then traveled to ATL and linked up with OMB Bloodbath and her camp. 4PF Lil Nate, Tray K with Taliban Gang/Lil Mexico, Mykko Montana, FNM $hoota, International T, and many more.
First stop was Dallas : BG Kenny Lou Appears as Special guests for Arlington’s Lil Splurge
Tallahassee Fl. Scoot Bankz opens up for Kodak Black during FAMU Homecoming show at Potbelly’s
Atlanta, GA “AC3” We visit OMB Bloodbath and a Host of others
Having The Diplomats on tour in Houston was the highlight of this summer. Fans anticipates the long awaited Dipset Reunion with Jim Jones, Cam’Ron, Juelz Santana, and Freeky Zeeky.
Fans waited and waited for the group to perform at Warehouse Live in The Ballroom July 24, 2018. Jim Jones came out and gave the crowd a show, once they began playing Juelz’s song, it was turned off! We all then knew what time of day it was. The rest of Dipset was not coming out to perform. It was said that business was not squared away as planned. (They didn’t get paid!)
Big ups to Jim Jones for allowing his fans to get a brief experience of what A Dipset show would consist of. The fans were in an uproar! We are not sure who was the actual janky promoters but it was a huge upset for us and the people of Houston. It is understood Dipset had noting to do with not presenting themselves. It’s just that business is business, so pay them guys!!!! We teamed up with The Texas Plug and were able speak to fans about what were their experience of show. We even had a chance to speak to TMZSOUTH from Houston. Check out the video below to see what really happened!
We were definitely in the Nyte Lyfe for an interesting show at Skyline Hookah Lounge featuring several independent artists in Houston. While there were some mishaps with Main Artists in view, the show become a very important night for those that attended.
Thursday, June 14th, Nyte Lyfe covered the Kidd Kidd and Young Roddy concert set for Houston. Due to delay with travel and miscommunications, they were unable to be present. As New Orleans natives, this was a highlight of supports to both artists and their movements. We will keep updated with Kidd Kidd and Young Roddy while they are on tour. We worked with Camp Lyfe Entertainment by finding some of the rawest artists, looking for a platform that gain exposure in all the right places.
Besides the delay, the show must go on! The crowd were not in much distress about the main acts. There were even artists who traveled from all over to be apart of this show. Walking into the venue, many were there to see what the opening acts were going to do. DJ Lil Dallas kept the artists in motion. There was also DJ Magnificent who was present for artist Sin-Say’s set. DJ Lil Zac was also there to present closing act Artist Yung Al.
Below are some artists and their line up:
Inspirational Trap God
LadFlu & Keya Daijon
Lockup Entertainment ( Bellion Boss, B Muuuuney, Lil 30, 2 Tall, Lockup CEO)
It was a pleasure to have media and press to come along and greet everyone with photos and interviews on site. As the show went on, Artists were networking with our partners in the media world:
The Texas Plug
Openn Radio w/ Street 93.3
She Go Hard Entertainment
Corporate Chick Entertainment
Our overall experience of the show was from the lessons learned throught presenting this event to everyone. Never give up! Show consistency! All Artists gave a show we believe they rarely encountered before. To have many of your peers in supports showed the participation from the room. Be on the lookout for footage of this event!
Nyte Lyfe Lexx chops it up with Alabama Artist Black Montana during his guest appearance for The Hip Hop Live Review Show. Black Montana has some dope music that becomes relatable to the streets. His energy and presence is something unique. We enjoyed kicking it with his team Hustle Life, Putting in some Work in the streets. He discuss his latest project and descibes himself as an artist.
You can find him on all social media outlets @blackmontana205.
Make sure you check out his tape “Drankin Out Da Pyrex” hosted by Bigga Rankin.
We had Westbank’s Artist FNM $hoota as our featured guest on the Hip-Hop Live Review Show in Houston and enjoyed his company. Check out The footage with Nyte Lyfe Lexx as they chop it up about his latest projects, point of views on music today, the culture of hip-hop, and more.
You can find FNM $hoota at @fnm_shoota (IG) and www.familyandmoneyent.com
We know the saying “A lot of these ladies harder than you niggas”. That’s a fact when it comes to Houston’s Female Artist OMB Bloodbath. Production of the track is by TNTXD. With her latest visual “All I Know” directed by Sedrick Savoy (SSFilmz), she came out with much swag with the street demeanor you can’t fabricate.
The video has all the street vibes for anyone to relate to. Its creative and scenic approach was given throughout the video. As Bloodbath hypes up, she give you a trap mixture of what the real ghetto is like. We met the young lady During SXSW in Austin and she has a humble ora. She chants “Deep In the Streets” with the “Everybody Eats” bandana around her head. What a way to display support and motivation with your team.
Everyone claim to be real and never a fake, well why are there so many accused of the fraudulent acts in this game? OMB Bloodbath got it on lock and describes a real and consistent come-up in her music. Check out the video now!
It’s was very refreshing to see Kanye West have such an insightful interview with Charlemagne after his controversial rants on Twitter. People were in rage of him wearing the MAGA hat and the impression of a support for Trump. He indirectly corrected his reasons and his breakdowns he had in the past. One thing we loved from the interview was Kanye stating “Stop doing things based on Fear”. Something most deal with today.
Kanye states that the breakthrough has him in a stronger place. It caused manipulation and created a validation he felt he didn’t need. Kanye seems to has risen from the hurt and pain he dealt with through media as well as with his mother’s death.
Kanye speaks on the robbery of his wife Kim Kardashian in Paris. Not being able to protect her as he wish was painful to him. He stated how it may have been set up, knowing that West would be on tour during his wife’s arrival to Paris. They caught them slipping you can say.
“They Lebron’d Me”
Charlemagne asks West about seeing a therapist. Kanye responded by saying he used the world as his therapist. With all he had to deal with as an icon, black man, lost of mother, self love, being a father and husband, he dealt with a lot. He explained why he didn’t say too much.
“Didn’t have a lot to say, but had a lot to learn”
He lost confidence coming through his breakthrough. He went into discussions about the word Humility. One thing that we noticed about his interview was that he was speaking the truth. And wasn’t afraid to say it.
“Basketball and Rap is someone’s else industry. You are the player”
He referenced this towards Virgil who was once Kanye’s Strategist. Virgil now over Men’s wear at Louis Vuitton. There has been some differences between his fellow friend. He speaks openly about it all.
He speaks on his differences with Jay-Z. Jay States in the “444” album how He gave Kanye 20 million:
Ye/You gave him 20 million without blinkin’/He gave you 20 minutes on stage, fuck was he thinkin’?”
Kanye defends by saying Jay got the money from the Roc Nation Touring Deal. He didn’t like how Jay made it seemed like it came straight out of his own pocket. Kanye is a Loyal yet emotional individual and felt some type of way. He has no hate but love towards Jay. Stating Family and of course Jay became a Co-Sign. He says branding = insecurities. How someone has to wear a luxury brand to consider themselves at a higher state. That was a dope comparison to today’s society. Being distracted and manipulated stepping into the music industry was a breakthrough for Kanye.
“THE SPIRIT IS HERE”
Overall, after seeing everyone ridicule one of our greatest artists of all time, shows how your people can turn their backs on you. Kanye takes it as people just stating their opinions which is true. We shouldn’t worry about what people think of us. This interview was an eye opener. With teaching us that information is everything. Kanye goes into how he didn’t want to be managed and artists should not overall. They should have CEOs! Also stating the 360 deal is the Harriet Tubman $20 dollar bill; “Ole Slave Shit”! Gathering 300 acres of land and building a community is his great ideas of today. He defends himself by saying “Trump = Anything is Possible”. Which is true. We have to think outside the box. This interview was a breakthrough for the culture. Watch it now.https://youtu.be/zxwfDlhJIpw