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Contact Elder Carlie Towne Director of

GullahGeeheeAngelNetwork Minister of Information

Gullah/Geechee Nation
843-572-6788
ctowne90@hotmail.com
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STAFF
CEO/Founder/Publisher
Do this the next person you see with a tattoo ask them who did it or simply
ask a local rapper where u can get your next tatt? Ky is a self taught artist that
has been doing
EXCELLENT tattoo work for over 10 years. What most
don't know about him is that the same fire of creativity that he displays on
tattoos, he unleashes on tracks by delivering music on par with alot of Charleston's finest. Give him a look on Facebook: KY inkman Harris and YouTube
him.
Letter from the Editor
Its that time again for the 2011 GeeChee One Awards. Nominations are finally
over, so now its time for us to go over the numbers for who makes the Official
Ballot. This ballot comes from People Votes!! So if you didnt take 5 minutes
out of your busy schedule to nominate then please dont get upset when your
favorites arent in the running. Some categories came very short by 2-3 nominations. Forget what you heard, the GeeChee One Awards aka The People
Choice Awards is a place for you to be honored and recognized, plus its a
awesome place to network. We have over 12 media outlets attending this years
show including: Grind Flu Magazine (Greenville), Local Looks Magazine
(Charlotte), Play Magazine (Charlotte), Levitate Magazine (Orangeburg),
WhatsHotSC (Florence), Melrose Magazine (Florence), & more!! Please stay
tuned to GeeChee One Magazine as well as The GeeChee One TV show. We
are happy to be one of the media voices that motivates and supports you.
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Table of Contents
Note from the Editor

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DJ Melly Mel Top 5 Picks

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Is the Carolina Scene on the Rise?

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Fashion with Taj Melrose

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Beauty Spotlight

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Female Hip-Hop Honors Photo Gallery

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Features
MC Lyte versus Nicki Minaj

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StopTheViolenceSouth.com

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Women in Control: Shontea Beaufort

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Remembering Biggie Smalls

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PortBaby

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Link

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M Peezey

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Romie Rome

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DJ Soulless

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Mugga

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1 Fat Boy - Facebook Dat: The first day this song hit Facebook it received a lot
of likes and positive comments.I believe Fat Boy touch home with this song.
2 Palmetto Fresh - Naw "IN-IT" : Every time I spin this track I get positive feed
back. I'm going to push this track more I have a feeling this one will take off.
3 Dirty Dave - Fly-Guy: This song been out for a minute but lately, a lot of people have been requesting it. Thanks to DJ Shad Ike I was able to give my fans
what they want.
4 Killa Skip - Chicken Up: " Chicken Up " is that new geechee slang around the
Charleston area.
5 Slim Beezy - 808 Luv: A great R&B song its hot check it out.
All these songs are on the mix tape that you got with this magazine

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If youre a late 80s baby like myself, the name MC Lyte


may sound like a brand of light bulb or sugar-free soda
brand to you. But, if youre a true fan of hip-hop you
know all about the first solo female rapper to release a
full album. As a fan of music, I believe that in order to
be a great MC, you must appeal to your fans. With music, its hard to determine whos the greatest because
someone may just be great during their era. Afros and
tye dye shirts were hip during the 70s, in 2011, not so
much. In the same respect, Mc Lyte was then, therefore
Nicki Minaj is now. Walk with me..

"Fall Back" is what he screamed in


2006 when he first hit the SC music
scene. The now, 23 year old rapper/
song writer WildChildDaSun feels as
if he has a point to prove! "Hungry"
for success Wildchild was ready to
eat any form of competition that got
in his way. So determined to make
his mark he and a partner decided to
create their own label called EnvyMe
Ent. In 2009 they released their first
project entitled "Childs Play" which
took the city of Orangeburg by surprise! Born In Feb, 1988 as Titus Tj
Mclune in Orangeburg SC, he fell in
love with music at the age of 10!
Grind, lyrics, authenticate, and creativeness all best describes Wildchild
as an artist but other than that, the
only word that describes him as a
rapper is WildChildDaSun!

The hard core story telling lyrics of Brooklyn's small


town hero resembled a different kind of rap. Mc Lyte
defined hip-hop. She didnt let it define her. She told a
story about who she was and clearly illustrated a picture of what hip-hop was and how it was used.
As the saying goes, history often repeats itself. In a
new generation of the same things happening, Nicki
Minaj illustrates the commercial aspect and watered
down view of hip hop. Her whimsy metaphors and lyrical
banter makes her music fun to listen despite everything
going on in the world. Although it doesnt give you the
real, it allows you to feel like everything is going to be
okay. Whether or not Mc Lyte is better or whether Nicki
Minaj is, is simply how you view life. You be the judge.

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Let us know a little about who you are and where


youre from.

We teamed up with the mayors office, local city


officials, churches and we started going into the
schools doing a music therapy program and added
My name is Barron Rivers, I am a Charleston nait to the curriculum. We used basic concepts and
tive who grew up on James Island, traveling back
tied it in. We had eight students at Greg Mathis
and forth from Charleston to New York throughout High School and ten at James Island High School
my childhood. I graduated from James Island High who were at risk. Out of all the kids that particiSchool and went on to South Carolina State Univer- pated, we had every person graduate and doing
sity where I graduated with a BS in Marketing and better within the school system.
concentration in Business Administration. I own
several businesses in Charleston: Stop the
What improvements have you seen in the
Violence South Inc., Fo Sho Ink SMS Tax Services
community as a result of Stop the Violence South?
and Fo Sho Recordz.
We have seen a lot of improvements. Charleston
Tell us a little more about your non profit organiza- was rated number seven in the nation for most
violent crimes. In checking a few months ago,
tion Stop the Violence South.
Charleston is now rated number 67. We cannot
Stop the Violence South came about through my
attribute all of that to Stop the Violence South, but
record label, Fo Sho Recordz. We realized that
we know we played a part in it. Organizations like
when kids were coming into the studio most of the My Sisters House, Zonta International, The Jewish
things they talked about had violent content. As
Womens Society and Crisis Ministries have played
the CEO, I realized that we could make a difference an enormous part in the decline in violence.
through music with the kids. When they came in to Domestic Violence in Charleston has also decline
record, we tried to redirect what they were saying
from number one in the nation.
without them using violence, profanity, or degradWho do you credit for the success of your organizaing anyone
to get their point across.
tion to?
Initially, did these efforts prove to be successful?
The biggest people who made a difference are the
For the most part we were able to change those
youth. We have seen a lot of success stories, a lot
who were looking to make world music or should I of graduations, a lot of people who normally wouldsay music that anyone could listen to, but because nt get jobs are now working and people who were
others were paying customers we couldnt really
labeled thugs now talk to their peers about doing
make them change what they felt about Keeping the right thing, while taking responsibility for their
it Real to the Streets. With that being the case, we communities.
decided to do a series of community events where
we would involve local talent around Charleston in What is the objective of Stop the Violence South?
an environment we could manage how they delivered their song, dance, poetry, etc.. We made this To combat violence via music therapy. But the
the number one on our list of requirements to be a main objective is to bring the entire community
together just to talk about the things that are going
part of Stop the Violence Sundays. .
on in our communities, not necessarily violence.
When did you start Stop the Violence South?
Who is your target audience?
Spring of 2007 after hearing about Mayor Sumney
Men and women, from ages 12- 35 years of age. It
being shot at in Gas Lite Square.
appears that most of time its the men that are out
Who are some of the people or other organizations there doing violent crimes but when we speak
about domestic violence, its the women on the
that you have gained support from?
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other side that are receiving it. But, violence doesnt have a color, it doesnt have an age.
Is it hard getting people to explain stories about
violence initially?
Yes, its very hard. The first thing you have to do is
trust. Thats why we try to do these events so when
were sitting [at an event] and a speaker is talking
about something specific, we dont want to put you
in a situation to where were pointing you out, but
to allow you to feel like you can relate.
If anybody wants to contact you for more
information where should they go?
www.StopTheViolenceSouth.com

Is there anything else you would like to add?


I would like to add that Stop the Violence South
wants to thank everybody in the community that
has reached out one way or another to support the
movement: the donations, the words of encouragement, the thumbs up when they see our vehicle
riding by, all the community leaders that have
been involved, GeeChee One, all the local radio
stations and newspapers. We want to give a big
shoutout to all the local Artist and those involved in
the Performing arts, for participating and becoming
a part of the mission/family.

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Signs 6: Answers personal questions.


So now it's time to get more serious and on a personal level. If shes
reluctant to follow through with the direction of the conversation, then
your probably about to hit a brick wall and should continue with the
small talk instead. But if that does not happen, then carry on with getting to know each other. Because it seems that she's still interested.
LOL!
Sign 7: Not answering the cell phone or texts messages in your presence.

10 Ways to Know If She's Interested


By: Tionyo Mz. Blaque Diamond Keesley

Well, it looks like you're doing pretty well if youre on number seven.
You have only a few more to go. At stage seven, if you noticed that
she's not paying attention to her phone calls or text messages then,
you're over half way to home base. Reason for that is because her attention is only on you.
Sign 8: Ignores other advances.

CEO of Diamond Enterpri$ez, LLC


Many men in this world may be easily confused by a women. It's often
misinterpreted when a women is actually interested in a man if they're
giving off mixed signals. Some women's only give signs to make the
time pass by during a long wait. Some women's might just want to
have a conversation for that present point in time. I am about to provide you men with ten ways to know if a woman is interested in y'all, so
guys take notes.

One thing that you may want to do is to pay attention whether or not her
eyes aren't following whats going on in her surrounding. If she's looking
around you may want to try harder at keeping her focused on you. Why
is that you ask? Because if she looking around and someone else takes
advantage of the opportunity to move into your spot, it's a wrap. She
may see someone else and leave you standing there looking dumb
founded.
Sign 9: Correct phone number to contact her.

Sign 1: Gives you a second glance.


At any given time or place, a woman can be approached but is she actually interested from the first sight. The first way a guy will know if she's
interested is if she gives him that second glance. This means that she
sees him as eye catching and worth looking at. You better believe if
there isn't a second look, then youre far from her mind.
Sign 2: Gives you eye contact and not a blank stare.

Time is whining down, you may want to ask for her phone number before you out stay your welcome. If you're given the number without hassle or hesitations, then you're almost home. But if there's an issue,
then you just might get the wrong number. Therefore you'll be getting a
hug, a goodbye at the end of the night and she'll keep it moving on to
the next one.
Sign 10: Answers the phone when you call.

Secondly, if a woman is approached and she gives you eye contact with
Okay, you're at the end of your journey of seeing if she's interested or
a smirk or smile and not a blank stare, she's initially interested. If you're
not? Now is the moment of truth, call the number that you were given.
on the receiving end of a blank stare, then walk away to just spare your
If the person that you spent time trying to get to know answers the
feelings because she may say something you really might not like.
phone, you've won the lottery. The following is super important. If you
asked to see her again after the phone conversation and she says yes,
Sign 3: Allows the conversation to continue within arms length.
then you're in. She's definitely interested in you. You have hit a home
Third on the list, if she allows you to continue to be in her personal
run. But if she doesn't, then its back to the drawing board. Because
space, you're in a good position. If not, you may want to back up slowly she wasn't really interested. Sorry love, try again. Pay attention to the
and save your dignity. Woman's can break a guys spirit with an exsigns and you shouldnt end up disappointed in the long run. Best of
treme shut down. It makes a guy want to be disrespectful sometimes if luck on finding Miss Right!
caught off guard. So beware of a bitter woman.
Tionyo Mz. Blaque Diamond Keesley
Sign 4: Laughs at corny jokes.
Ceo of Diamond Enterpri$ez, LLC
After you've gotten past the personal boundary stage, you may proceed
to carry on the conversation. Try making some sort of corny jokes. If
she laughs then, you have her attention. You're doing good at that
point, keep going. Beware to make sure your not sounding dumb, because then you will get ignored.
Sign 5: Carrying an intelligent conversation with you.
After the corny ice-breakers, you may start having an intellectual conversation. This will actually reveal whether or not you both are on the same
level of maturity. If the conversation flows smoothly, then youre on the
right track as desired. She should still be smiling at you at that
moment.
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Owner: Shontea Beaufort


Business: KKD Bail Bonds and Insurance Agency. The One Stop Shop
Location: 2176 Savannah Highway suite 120 Charleston SC 29414
Office Hours: Monday- Friday 9:30am-4pm
I did leave the Allstate office because being a bondsman you have to flexible and ready whenever you get a call. I couldn't do that while being in an office from 8:30a.m.-5 everyday. However I'm still doing supplemental for Allstate, so i didn't give it up completely.
With your busy schedule do you have time for anything else?
You would think being a bondsman and an Insurance agent that my hands would be FULL
right? No way, my middle name is hustler....lol! You would never guess my other business....I'm
a
Passion Consultant with Passion Parties.
What exactly is a Passion Party?
For those of you that don't know what a Passion Party is its an in home romance party. I sell
everything from mild to wild products. We are designed to enhance relationships. I've been
with Passion Parties for 4 years and I must say its very interesting and I truly love the people
that i meet while hosting parties for them. The best part about being a consultant with Passion
Parties is that we takes annual trips to VEGAS...now how fun is that?? If you would like to
check out what I have with Passion Parties visit my website www.slipperysheets.com
What makes your bonding company different from others?
With any business, it the person that runs the business that has to be different. With me I'm a
peoples person so I can deal with just about any and everyone one. Plus, you have to treat
others the way you want to be treated. Just because your bonding someone out of the jail and
no matter what the situation may have been to why they got arrested, you have to be kind
when offering your service because your name is everything.
As a black women , do you feel that you have to or had to fight extra barriers in doing this type
of business?
I thought at first that i would have to fight harder being black and a female....but actually this
is a great business for females.
The guys seems to respect you a lot more then some of the male bondsman and the females
look up to you. I have to run cases for some male bondsman because they can't get through to
some of their people...but hey like i said its all about RESPECT!
Do you have a mentor or someone that you look up to in your line of work?
How did you come up with the name KDD Bailsbonds?
Well KKD is actually my kids name. My oldest is Kevion, My middle is KeiAsia, and my youngest is Demetria. So this is their business I am building now for them.
How long have you been a bondsman?
I've been a bondsman for 2 years now and i absolutely LOVE IT...I wouldn't trade it for anything.
What does your slogan mean?
Our slogan is "The One Stop Shop" You can come here and get basically any and everything.
We do Insurance all types from auto, home, life, supplemental, motorcycle and the list goes
on.
Are you the only owner?
We have 2 owners here at KKD Bail Bonds. Its myself and my husband Demetric Beaufort.
What made you decide to start your bonding service?
Well I had no intentions of ever doing bonds. I didn't even know a bondsman personally before
I started. I have been a Property & Casualty insurance agent for over 9 years but I was only
into the Life, Health, and Accident part of insurance. I started working with Allstate doing the
workplace going out to different business offering them supplemental insurance. After that I
got an offer to work at one of the local Allstate offices. I needed my P&C license which I didn't
have. I accepted the offer and they gave me 1 month to get my P&C license which is called
Property and Casualty. I took the classes and when I tell you that was
the longest and most boring class ever of my life! While in the class I ask the instructor what
all can you do with having this P&C license, he told me a list of things and a bondsman was
one. So I told myself that when I take and pass the state exam for the P&C that I was going to
look further into becoming a bondsman as well; I still didn't want to do it. Just wanted to have
the license because like I stated that class was nothing I would ever want to take again in life!
After about 6 months of working at Allstate the bondsman license was on my mind a lot, so I
did my research looked in further into it and now 2 years later HERE I AM! LOL...

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I don't have any mentors in this business because like I said before I didn't know anyone in
this business but I've met some great ones while working...Mrs. Ann And Tisha Simmons from
A King Bail, of course Carlos Dunlap, and my favorite Mr. Leroy from Home Quick Bails.
For those who may be interested in getting in the business, can you describe a average day in
the life of Shontea Beaufort?
My average day as a bail bondsman would be me getting up and heading to my office, there's
always something to do there. Follow up with your people to make sure they're on top of everything as far as court & marketing yourself no matter if you've been in the business 20 years,
you have to be out there. Going to the jail all day long (which is not bad because your making
money). Its a lot in the day of a bondsman. Now I'm trying to separate the 2 bondsman, and
being home more. At first your always on the go and it seems like your day never ends, so now
when I leave the office all my paperwork stays behind and when Im home I'm HOME...unless i
get a bond call. LOL...but I don't do calls past 10pm unless its someone that Ive bonded out
before.
Whats the best advice you can give to a female interested in also making this a future career?
The advice that I would give a women who may want to start this type of business is to do lots
of research before coming in, find good companies that will appoint you, and don't just do it
because you think your going to make a lot of money because TRUST me you can also lose a
lot as well in the business. I have a very loving and supportive husband that backs me in all I
do so the other advice will be having support from your partner. But the best advice that I can
give on it is to PRAY trust and believe in GOD and put him first in all you do! See you at the
TOP sisters!

Please don't forget to visit Ms. Shontea Beaufort at


KKD Bail Bonds & Polk Surety
2176 Savannah Highway Suite 120
Charleston SC 29414

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Both Biggie and Caesar felt that death was imminent in their paths of
life they chose.
Biggie was considered to be involved in the death of Tupac Shakur.
Caesar knew he had many enemies that he had made while pursuing
his political career.
Connection within circle with Murder
Both Biggie and Caesar had some links to people within their inner circle at one point in time in their lives with their death.
The death of Caesar by the members of the Liberators happened to be
senators and politicians that Caesar had either personally pardoned
from crimes or helped them advance in the political arena.
Many people feel that Puffy Combs had something to do with the murder of Biggie Smalls, while it is said that Biggies death was a direct
orders of Suge Knight, CEO of Deathrow, confidant of Tupac Shakur.
Effects of Death
The deaths of both Biggie and Caesar had an effect on its followers.
The death of Caesar brought about a series of civil war in Rome. A close
friend married his lover Cleopatra.
The death of Biggie Smalls was fifteen days before the scheduled release of his album Life After Death, the album hit #1 on the Billboard
200 Charts and was certified diamond, the highest certification for a
solo hip hop album.
Biggie
Unarguably and undeniably my favorite modern day male rapper is
Christopher George Latore Wallace. The love that I have for this mans
talent is in the same bracket of love for my southern foods and writing. I
can remember that day as if it was yesterday when he was assassinated. I was sitting in my dorm hallway with my fellow Charlestonians
playing spades. All a sudden someone walked in and said, Man he
dead man. Biggie dead.
Pure brilliance. There is no other way to describe the likes of the legend
born on May 21, 1972. Biggie was known for making the voice of East
My profound love for people puts me in the state of mind I am in right
Coast rap to be heard in the times where the West Coast dominated the
now. I wouldnt disregard you any less of a human because of your skin
rap game. The only child to a single Jamaican mother who stressed the
tones, status, how you make your living or where you lay your head.
importance of education because she was a preschool teacher was
When it is all said and done, if the exact same knife, positioned at precisely different angles ran across your skin as well as mine, we would all raised in Brooklyn, New York. His father was a welder and a Jamaican
politician, who left the family when Biggie was two years
bleed the same color blood; red. My open-mindedness allows me to
old. Irregardless of her strong efforts to make something for her child,
have a love for things that the average person would not, as well as
no matter how hard she tried she could not take him away from the
make connections between them. That strong connection is music and
streets. The streets were his home while his mother worked two jobs to
history. Often times we hear the infamous saying history repeats itself.
By no means am I historian, but I know enough to say that I am smarter support him and what made him into the supreme lyricist as we know
him today. Penned the name Biggie because of his size won a lot of
than the average 5th grader or even so I can make it into final jeopardy.
awards in English.
It is not my intentions to rejuvenate or originate a conspiracy theory. If
history doesnt repeat itself, we definitely see correlations in events
He started selling drugs at the age of twelve, dropped out of school at
from the past to the present.
age seventeen and started building his criminal rap sheet. He was first
arrested with a weapon charged, which gave him five years probation. A
Two of my favorite famous people from an extensive list are Christopher
year later he was arrested in North Carolina on crack charges. He spent
Wallace aka Notorious Big aka Biggie Smalls aka the Black Frank White
approximately 9 months in jail. By this time, Biggie had been rapping for
aka Big Poppa and Gauis Julius Caesar bka Julius Caesar. Why did I
years. After he was released from jail, he made a demo. His intentions
select a modern day rapper and an ancient Roman leader? These two
of the demo were to display his talents. His demo tape ended up in the
men displayed outstanding greatness in the short time they live on this
hands of DJ Mister Cee who played the demo tape, it ended up in the
earth. One last roamed the earth thousands of years ago; one last
hands of the editor of The Source Magazine. Biggie was featured in a
roamed the earth about 14 years ago. I will tell you about each of these
column in The Source for unsigned artists. Record producer Sean Puffy
individuals. The similarities between these two include a strong single
Combs heard the demo, and had a meeting with Biggie. He was immedimother raising a son, the harsh realities of their environment, highly
ately given a deal and feature on his label mates albums. Biggie felt he
talented, a circle of devious friends, and assassinations.
made it, only to discover that Sean Combs was fired from Uptown records. Combs created his own label Bad Boys and kept it moving. While
Both Knew They Would Die
recording his album Biggies daughter was born. He had to support his
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child, so he hustled. Combs found out about this and made Biggie
stop.
Biggie continued to appear on his label mates records, in August
1994, Biggie married Faith Evans after meeting her on a photo
shoot. Four days later the single Juicy debuted. Followed by the release of the album Ready to Die, this album is certified four times
platinum. More success continued to follow Biggie. The first thing he
did was to put his entourage aboard. Junior MAFIA debut album Conspiracywas released about a year after Biggies album. The
group included LilKim, who eventually became Biggies lover and Lil
Cease. With his continued success, came problems. Biggie was in
the center of one of the most noted rivalries in hip hop; East Coast vs.
West Coast. Biggie didnt know what Beef would amount to. Biggie
and his entourage were believed to be involved in the robbery and
shooting of Tupac Shakur in a recording studio where at that time
Biggie and his entourage were present. They denied having part in the
incident. This created a deadly rival between Biggies label Bad Boys
Records and Shakurs label Death Row.
Though made rich and famous, Biggie still has a few run ins with the
law, but persevered. Shakur released the infamous Hit Em Up song
that dissed Biggie. The songs claimed that Shakur had relations with
Biggies wife and accused the rapper of biting his style. On September
7, 1996 Shakur was fatally injured in a drive-by shooting in Las Vegas, Nevada. He died six days later from the gunshot wounds. Again
rumors surfaced that Biggie was involved in Shakurs murder. Biggie
denied the allegations. It was said Biggie cried upon hearing about
the death of Shakur.
Faith Evans gave birth to Biggies son Christopher Wallace, Jr. Biggie
was recording his second album Life After Death and was involved in
a car accident that shattered his left leg; he was in a wheelchair for a
period of time. That eventually forced Biggie to use a cane. Biggie
became fearful for his life, so he hired more security. On March 8,
1997 Biggie was booed by the audience at the Soul Train Music
Awards in Los Angeles. Immediately following the awards show, Biggie
went to an after party at the Petersen Automotive Museum. About
12:30 am on March 9, 1997, Biggie left the party with his entourage
after the party was shut down due to overcrowding. Biggie was traveling with his entourage in GMC Suburbans. Fifteen minutes later, Biggies truck stopped at a red light near the museum, a black Chevy
Impala SS pulled up by Biggies truck and fired. Four bullets hit Biggie
in the chest from the 9mm. Biggie was rushed to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and was pronounced dead about 1:15 am. Even posthumously he still holds his own.
Caesar
His complete name was Gauis Julius Caesar. He was born July 13,
100 BC, an infinite ruler of the Roman military and political leader
whose fierce tactics made a name and an image for Rome as we
know it today. With Caesars victories in times of civil wars, he was
considered the undisputed master of the Roman world. He completed
his greatness when he entered the political arena and extensively
reformed both the Roman society and government. Though he did
great things, they prayed for his downfall.
Caesar was born in Rome to a well-known upper class family. Caesar
was named after his father, a Roman magistrate. His mother was a
strict, highly respectable and intelligent woman, who raised her son
on her own, because her husband traveled a lot and his unfortunate
death when Caesar was 16 years old. As a young boy, he lived in a
meek house in and learned to speak several languages. At age 20
Caesar was already married to a local who was the daughter of the
dictator that had a personal vendetta against Caesars favorite uncle
through marriage. Caesar was told to divorce his wife, he refused
instead he fled Rome to hide. His family and friends saved him from
death. He eventually received a pardon from his father in law and
joined the military.
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I started taking it a lot more serious, people see Im actually trying to take it somewhere. I started peeping how serious the game was, so I got a little more interested in
it.
Youve grown a lot in the music scene, and proved to no longer be a baby when it
comes to rapping, do you consider changing your name?
Nah, Im not going to change my name, the meaning will always be relevant. Im still
a baby of the city. My mama birthed me here so Im still a baby of the Port City.
When your name is mentioned amongst some of Charlestons top artist, how does that
make u feel?
It makes me feel unsatisfied but more appreciative because for a person to have my
name up in rank, that lets me know Im being observed and people like what I have
going on. I appreciate them for lending me their time.
How did you come up with the concept for your hit single, thats taking off right now,
called Sporty, ?
Im an old-spirited guy and I listen to a lot of old guys. When my uncles and older
cousins would break out with their Adidas windbreakers I use to always hear them say
You look real sporty. Its always been a relevant word so I thought I could bring it
back, it was real catchy.
How would you define the term sporty?
Its not all about fashion, its more of a lifestyle. From the way I talk to the way I
dress, to my swag, everything. Its not necessarily all about clothes.
What do u look for in a sporty female?
A Pretti Ladi. (laughing)
How do u feel about the current music scene in Charleston?
I feel as if a lot more people are getting involved (unity) and taking it more serious
than 5 to 10 years ago, but a lot of people are still hating. But I do see it growing. As
long as theres growth, theres improvement. As long as all those words play a factor
in the music scene then were going to get somewhere.
Who are some of the local and mainstream artist you listen to?

Who is Port Baby?


Port Baby is a 24-year-old handsome, smooth, sporty individual. Port Baby comes
from a caring single parent home. Port Baby came from the gutta, he didnt always
have. He had to go out and get a lot of stuff the wrong way but he stayed strong thru
the struggle. If you were to go out and ask anybody about Port Baby they would say,
dawg real, and Im one of a kind. I have a way with the ladies.
Who gave you the name Port Baby?
My homeboy Black, hes locked up right now doing 15 years. It was because of my
originality and I was representing for the chuck so he just named me Port Baby. It was
a nickname and I just stuck with it.

Local, anybody from Charleston that is serious about their work. Ive been listening to
pioneers for the past ten years: Mista Taylor, Marly Mar, Fat Boy and Pachino Dino.
People like Dirty Dave, Ive been listening to a lot lately, Romie Rome and Mr. Fool
Up. Mainstream, I like a lot of throwback stuff: anything from No Limit to Cash
Money, anything out of Memphis, 8 ball and MJG, Three Six Mafia, Yo Gotti, Gucci,
Lil Boosie.
Any encouraging words for other aspiring artist?
If all the wheels on the train arent moving together we arent gonna go anywhere. We
need people to connect and do this together. If this is what you want to do, this is what
you need to be doing. If youre coming in, respect the game, respect people who been
in the game before you and respect people who are coming up with you or behind you.
When you respect the game, youll get whatever out of it that you put in.
Is there anything else you would like to add?

I wanna give a shoutout to God, without him I wouldnt be here today. A few artist
who are mixxin with me: my Camofloss family, Mista Taylor, he really looks out for
Im from Downtown Charleston, born and raised. Ive lived everywhere and gotten
me. Marly Mar, Pachino Dino, Free Pachino Dino. Shoutout to Killa Skipp, Fat Boy
respect from everywhere downtown. Third Avenue or Sunny Side, thats where Ill be. and Southern Bloodline Records, N.B.A. Records,
What part of the Port City are you from?

How long have you been rapping?


For a long time, I always had a passion for music, so probably since I was about five
or six.

Hollywood and Troy, The Whole Lev Squad, my producer Jro, all club owners, all djs,
Dj Kub, shoutout to Charleston.

How did you start rapping?


Ive always watched MJ and Tupac growing up. I just wanted to be in the mix. I didnt
know how to sing so rapping was the next best thing.
Why do you think people are just now giving you the recognition you deserve?

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IS THE CAROLINA MUSIC SCENE FINALLY ON THE RISE??


WHO ARE WE REALLY IN COMPETION WITH SINCE EVER
ONE IS IN COMPETION WITH EACH OTHER??
WITH BEN FREEZY....
SOUTH CAROLINA ARTISTS HAVE BEEN IN THE MIXING
BOWL WITH EACH OTHER FOR YEARS!! SOME MAY
THINK ITS BECAUSE OF THE SLAVE MAN MENTALITY,
OTHERS SEEM TO THINK IT'S A CRAB IN THE BARREL
EFFECT THATS HOLDING EACH OTHER FROM GETTING
OUT OF THE SC MUSIC BOX.. THE FACT OF THE MATTER
IS; THERES PLENTY OF ISSUES THAT WE CAN ADDRESS
AS TO WHY PEOPLES MENTALITY IS THE WAY IT IS IN
SOUTH CAROLINA, BUT NO ONE IS GOING TO STEP UP
TO RESOLVE THESE ISSUES AT HAND....
THEIR HAVE BEEN PREVIOUS ARTISTS IN SOUTH CAROLINA THAT WAS FORTUNATE ENOUGH TO SIGN CONTRACTS WITH A MAJOR LABEL, BUT DIDN'T SUCCEED
BECAUSE OF THE LACK OF SUPPORT FROM THE SOUTH
CAROLINA NATIVES, BUT ARE THE BIGGEST SUPPORTERS FOR ATLANTA ARTISTS WHO COME FROM THE
SAME LOCAL SCENE WHO MAKE IT BIG IN SMALL
TOWNS AND CITIES SUCH AS THE CAROLINAS AND GO
BACK TO BEING LOCAL IN ATLANTA OR SURROUNDING
AREAS..
SO, WHO ARE WE REALLY IN COMPETION WITH IN THE
CAROLINAS??? DEFINITLY SHOULDN'T BE WITH EACH
OTHER, BECAUSE THE RESOURCES ARE LIMITED IN THE
CAROLINAS, BUT THE SUPPORT IN THE CAROLINAS IS
HUGE IF EVERYONE LOOKED AT EACH OTHER AS AN
OUTLET AND AS A PARTNER, INSTEAD OF A THREAT OR
COMPETITOR!! THERES ENOUGH MONEY AND MUSIC
TO CIRCULATE THROUGHOUT THE CAROLINAS TO
MAKE A GREAT IMPACT IN THE MUSIC INDUSTRY...
INSTEAD OF WORRYING ABOUT WHO MAY HAVE THE
TORCH AT THE TIME, PEOPLE IN SC SHOULD WORRY
BOUT GETTING A TICKET ON BOARD AND WAITING FOR
YOUR STOP, SO YOU CAN MAKE YOUR MARK IN THE
MUSIC INDUSTRY FOR THE CAROLINAS , AND THAT
WILL DRAW MORE MEDIA POWER HOUSES TO INVEST
IN SOUTH CAROLINA INSTEAD OF GOING TO SURROUNDING CITIES AND BUILDING AND LEAVING OUT
THE CAROLINAS LIKE THEY BEEN DOING FOR YEARS,
AND THEN THEY WON'T THINK WE'RE STILL JUST
ABUNCH OF COUNTRY BUMPKINS THAT STILL DONT
GET ALONG AND SCARED OF 'SHAY WHITEY'!!!!!
FRANKBOOK 100........BEN FREEZY HUSTLEBOY INC
www.google.com/hustleboyinc
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If you havent heard Link has been one of the hottest topics of
the discussion in music in the Charleston area right now. He
just won the Hood Starz $500 prize for Open Mic Night at LA
Lounge, plus he was titled as #1 on reverbnation.com for
several weeks. Who is this Link? If you havent heard about
him check him out now.
Lachondria: Wassup Link? How are you feeling?
Link: Im good! What about you?
Lachondria: What more can I say but blessed! Lets see I 1st
meet u @ the Geechee One Mag commercial shoot
rite? I actually thought u rocked!
Link: Yea, I get that most of time.
Lachondria: So who is Link?
Link: Man Im just a struggling artist trying 2 make it right now.
Doing any and everything.
Lachondria: True. True. I see you're not your average white
boy?
Link: Hell naw. Im albino (Im just keeping it real).
Lachondria: You love keeping it real! Where do white boys
like you be hiding?

Lachondria: Who are some of the artists who you have worked
with or want to work with?

Link: So far Beam Davinci, Dusty Rhodes, Numbers, H20, Juelz


Santana, Uni Productions just to name a few. Now I want to
Lachondria: One thing is that you have a lot of different styles work with Full Code Recording, Pachino Dino, Fatboy, Mr.
Taylor( now those three on a track ahh man), Bulldog
as far as your music goes. Tell us about that.
(Hoodstarz), your man O2g/Certified Beats, Yung Rome, Port
Link: I love to touch on hip hop, gangsta, a lil dirty south and
Baby (the whole Camofloss Ent), Willie Will, N.B.A. Records
mix it all up with rock and pop.
and anybody who wants to rock with me.
Lachondria: I've watched you at the La Lounge, you are like a
Lachondria: Do you think you going to get a nomination for the
book if you don't read it. How do you feel about that?
2011 GeeChee One Awards this year?
Link: Why I say that is because that shows the world is still
Link: Yes and I want Grinder of the Year. If there is anyone from
stereotyping people. Ive done rock by itself. I've been in
the chuck that says that they grind harder than me meet me at
all genres Im the best person to put those together. I mean I
any open mic & I'll be there. Or any event & I'm there"
know Mexicans who don't speak Spanish but you call them
Interview by Lachondria Taylor
Mexicans.
Link: In the lab. Im there everyday, when I leave it leaves!

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me a talent and I want to make use of it. I wanna teach the young and
older generation that no matter where you have been or what stumbling blocks you have come to, God will make a way for you to overcome those. Keep striving to be the best.
BF: CAN YOU TELL US A LIL BIT ABOUT THE NEW SINGLE AND PROJECTS YOU HAVE OUT NOW, AND PREVIOUS MUSIC LISTENERS MAY
KNOW YOU OR HEARD OF YOU FROM???
M.P. My cd Keepin It Gutta is in Loco's, on Rivers Ave. The cd has 15
songs a bonus track. My singles are Man Up and If you love, then love
me (for the ladies). I am also working on a music video that will be
published with Juan, from Jigalow Records, on the Nobody Grinds like
us, Vol. 4.
BF: I SEE YOU HAVE A BIG SHOW COMING UP ON JULY 9TH AT CLUB
DRAMATICS, ARE THERE OTHER UP COMING SHOWS WE CAN CATCH
YOU AT, AND WHAT TO EXPECT FROM M PEEZY WHEN WE SEE YOU
LIVE???

BF:GEECHEE ONE & BEN FREEZY HAVE THE PLEASURE TO


MEET WITH...

WHUTZ GOOD IN YO COMMUNITY M PEEZY???


M.P. My hood is the same as the everybody else hood. We all trying to
find that come up. Making moves and making music.

M.P. I will be having a party at Club Dramatics, August 5. Performances will by M Peezy (of course), Marly Mar, Major (Real Life Ent.),
Guerilla Mafia, music by Shad-Ike. We are still working on some other
live performances. Stay tuned to Gutta Boy Ent. on Facebook. I will be
doing a performance in August, GA @ Soultry Sound, with Carlos Cartel,
July 9, We stay scheduling shows and performances, so I cannot
stress enough the importance of staying connected on Gutta Boy Ent.
BF: ARE THERE ANY SHOUT OUTS TO WHOM YOU MAY WANNA SHOUT
OUT??
M.P. I would first like to give a shout out to God the leader of the my
life, my mother Gail Jean-Jacques, my lovely girlfriend (my everything)
Ebony Gordon, my brother Travis Wright, Josh Simmons, my sister
Shaneka Shuler, Marly Mar, Gradd*ck, Drama Boy Ent., Carlos Cartel,
Deejay Shad-Ike, Deejay Boss Hogg, Deejay Cory Bee, Baby Breeze,
Major (Real life Ent.), King Cak-a-lac, Ms. Gillatine (Mesha), and Diamond South. If there is anyone that I did forget you know, I have nothing but love for you but I cannot not name the whole set

BF: M PEEZY CAN YOU GIVE A BRIEF RUNDOWN TO EVERYONE WHO'S


READING THIS INTERVIEW ALL BOUT YOU AND YOUR ORGANIZATION??

BF: IF YOU HAVE ANY WORDS OF ENCOURAGEMENT TO ALL THE


STREET SOLJAHS LOOKIN TO BETTER THEMSELVES, SOLJAHS WE'VE
M.P. Gutta Boy Ent. is all family. We trying to put Charleston on. We area LOST, & THE YOUNGER GENERATION THAT'S LOOKING UP TO M PEEZY,
ll grinding. Gutta Boy Ent is willing to work with everybody. Doing shows, WHAT WOULD IT BE????
open mics, showing love at the clubs. We accept everyone with open
M.P. Never lose your train of thought. Do not let the next person tell you
arms.
that your dreams are not possible; with God on your side EVERYTHING is
BF: FROM YOUR EXPERIENCES WHAT SEPARATES M PEEZY FROM A LOT possible. Stop "hating" on each other and work together. Believe in
OF ARTISTS ON THE SAME COME UP AS U??
yourself, even if nobody else does. A few setbacks are destined to come
your way, just pick up where you left off and keep going.
M.P. Nothing we all on the same agenda. One thing I could say is my
music from the heart, Keeping It Gutta are my life experiences. I have
BF: M PEEZY THANK YOU'S...
lived just about all of that.
M.P. I would like to thank God for allowing me to make it this far, my
BF: AS WE MAY KNOW CHARLESTON IS ON THE SILENT RISE, WHAT DO girlfriend and my family for continuing to push me, the deejays for spinU THINK COULD HELP BOOST THE MOMENTUM OF THE CHARLESTON
ning my music, the clubs for allowing me to perform. Man I just wanna
MUSIC SCENE BEING PUT IN THE INDUSTRY??
thank everybody that took time out for me, even the people reading
thins. The fans that I do have and the fans that I will have.
M.P. Unity. We need to stop downing each other and put our heads together and do this. One eat all eat. There is much talent in Charleston.
We just all need to link up and work together.
BF: ARE THERE ANY GOALS OR AMBITIONS YOU'RE STRIVING TO
ACHIEVE IN THIS MUSIC INDUSTRY???
M.P. I am just trying to be the best at what I do and be heard. God gave
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What makes you stand out amongst other up and coming artist?
Im just real with mine. I can rap on any beat. I just have a different
swag. I come in a whole different way than a Geechee artist would
come. They always talk about the same thing.
Whats the name of your new single thats hot right now and how did
you come up with the concept for it? .
The name of the song is Brett Farvin. It came about with me just
being what Ive always been: a hustler, a grindergetting money.
Whatever you doin and you feel like you legendary with it. It came
from the football player Brett Favre. He was good at football and hes
a legend now. If you doing legal things, illegal things as long as youre
handling business and you feel like you legendary with it, youre Bret
Farvin. Just being on top of your shit, basically.
When you recorded Bret Farvin, did you have any idea it would take
off like it did?
I was just playing around with that and it just became a hit. My dog
just made a beat and I just added a few words and stuck with it.

Tell us a little about yourself.


Im a 22-year-old college student at Strayer University. Im a rapper/
hip hop artist. I was born in New York raised in Charleston.
How long have you been rapping?
I did my first rhyme at 16 so about five years now.

Who are some of the people you look up to in the music game?
I look up to Soulja Slim, Gucci, Lil Wayne, Tupac and Biggie. I listen
to all of their music.
What words Of encouragement would you give to another up and coming artist?

What influenced you to start rapping?


I just started doing it. I was locked up and I was bored and had nothing to do. I put my emotions into the rap. People said they liked it and
kind of gassed me up, so I just kept going.

I would tell them to stay independent, stay dedicated and dont ever
give up. Use the internet and network. Holla at different people. Be
versatile.

Would you like to give any shoutouts?


As a new artist just starting out, what are some of the hardships youve
faced in the music game?
I wanna give a shoutout to the lord, my family my homies, west
montague fam, shoutouts to the city, to all my supporters and all my
I see how people just try to use you to make themselves look better.
fans.
They dont want to look out for you they just see a dollar sign. You just
have to stay focused and put out hot songs. Theres no unity. You have
to get together so you can make money.

ROMIE ROME BRETT FARVIN

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do not go to a dj in a club and expect your record to get played for the first
time, without review its not going to happen.
BF: CAN YOU NAME ANY SPECIFIC ARTIST THAT YOU HAVE DONE
WORK WITH?
DJ S: Dj Paul of Three Six Mafia , Razor aka Mr. M-I-A, Rena, Grief, Lil
Mugga, Loose Cannon, Yung Berg, Gucci Mane, Crimeboss Luciano, I can go
on all day.
BF: WHAT PROJECTS ARE YOU WORKING ON IN THE NEAR FUTURE
AND HOW OFTEN DO YOU RELEASE MIXTAPES?
DJ S: I release about 3-4 mixtapes a month, not including independent artist
project that i host. The new mixtape series that i will start releasing in July is
called
Traps-R-Us , which will be hosted by major artist and will be release twice a
month on that specific series.
BF: WHERE CAN FANS GET COPIES OF YOUR RELEASES ?
GEECHEE ONE with BEN FREEZY EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH ONE
OF THE MIXTAPE GREATS DJ SOULLESS......
BF: HOW IMPORTANT IS THE DJ'S ROLE IN THE MUSIC INDUSTRY ?
DJ.S: Dj's play a very crucial role in the music industry. Without the Dj's there
would be no Gucci Mane, Lil Boosie, T.I, etc. In order for an artist to succeed
in this industry, someone is gong to have to spin your record(s). As an artist
you need to go out and communicate with djs,
collaborate with other artists, hit these music conventions, clubs, events, etc....
No one is just going to hand out a meal ticket, you have to put in the foot
work!
BF: WHAT IS YOUR ADVICE TO INDEPENDENT ARTIST LOOKING TO
BREAK INTO THE INDUSTRY?
DJ S: Stay humble, network, be professional , the Internet is a great tool to for
resources. Don't wait on a record company , stay on the grind and don't sleep.
Create a music business plan, the fact can not be argued you need to set a
plan in motion and goals in order to succeed in the industry.
BF: WHATS YOUR ADVICE ON HOW AN INDEPENDENT ARTIST
SHOULD REACH OUT TO DJ'S TO PLAY THEIR MUSIC ?
DJ S: Contact us professionally , be patient and do not blow us up. I can personally say after hearing 30 secs of a record, if I'm going to spin it or not.
Always have studio quality product , also when giving a dj a record try to have
a dirty, clean and most important the instrumental. One more thing

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DJ S: You can pretty much get any of my release on all the major mixtapes
sites on the Internet, and if you don't see it REQUEST it! You can also
hit www.Djsoulless.com and download them directly ! Also check out Cat's
Music, Monster Music, and all other local retailers in the Carolina's.
BF: WHERE CAN ARTIST CONTACT YOU ?
DJ S: Best way to contact myself or my staff would be through the website
www.Djsoulless.com , other social networking sites i can be reached through
is Twitter @Djsoulless, and Facebook/VendettaMixtapes. Be patient someone
will reach out to you within a few business days.
BF: DO YOU HAVE ANY SHOUT OUTS ?
DJ S:Defiantly first and foremost shout to Every one at Geechee One Magazine for blessing me with this interview. Shout to Hustleline Entertainment,
Hard Money Entertainment, Def Jam , Cash Money Records, Diamond Life
Entertainment, Coast 2 Coast Mixtapes, Maybach Music Group. Just know
when it come to the Carolina's , Charleston the real deal is Soulless . I have
been doing this for years now its in my blood, and best believe i got Charleston on my back I'm doing this for my city.
-Best Regards,
#TeamSoulless
Follow Dj Soulless on Twitter ! @Djsoulless www.twitter.com/djsoulless
www.Djsoulless.com
SUBMIT YOUR SINGLE NOW FOR UP AND COMING RELEASE !

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GEECHEE ONE AND BEN FREEZY


TRAVELS TO MEET WITH THE MUGGA
F##KIN MAN MUGGA

MAN!

BF: MUGGA MAN, THAT NAME STANDS


OUT WHEN HEARD B4 EVEN HEARING YOUR MUSIC, HOW DID YOU EARN
THAT NAME MUGGA MAN???
MM: I GOT DA TITLE FROM POPPN PILLS AND
MEAN MUGGIN NIGGAS IN DA CLUB OR
STREETS AND HEARIN PPL SAY HE MUGGIN
EVERYBODY YA KNOW..

BF: SO MUGGA WHERE ARE YOU FROM


AND WHAT ORGANIZATION YOU'RE
WORKING HARD TO REPRESENT???
MM: I'M FROM DA MONEY MACON LOCATED
IN CHARLESTON, SC DA ORGANIZATION IS
HARDMONEY ENT. MEANING NO MATTER HOW
U GET TO DAT MONEY STACK IT UNTIL IT
CAN'T FOLD "HARDMONEY"

BF: I SEE THAT YOU HAVE A DVD OUT


CALLED "MIXXIN WIT THE REAL"
WHATS THE STORYLINE BEHIND THE
DVD, CUZ MOST ARTISTS DON'T COME
OUT WITH DVD'S???
MM: JUST TO SHOW U DA MAN BEHIND DA
NAME MUGGA..WHAT HE BEEN THRU AS A
STREET NIGGA TO AN ARTIST..BUT PT2 OF
DAT DVD GONNA BE DEEPER I'M JUST GETTN
STARTED..

BF: NA MUGGA, ALOT OF ARTISTS


MAKE MUSIC ABOUT LIFE EXPERIENCES EITHER FROM THEY OWN OR
OTHERS THEY'VE SEEN, WHAT EXPERIENCES ARE YOU EXPRESSING FROM

WHERE I'M FROM YOU EITHER DA PRAYER OR


DA PREY. U EITHER GOTTA KILL OR STEAL OR
B KILLED OR STOLE "I AM DA STREETS"DATS
ALL I CAN SAY ASK DA STREETS..

BF: IN THE MUSIC INDUSTRY WHO HAVE


YOU HAD THE PLEASURE OF WORKING
WITH ON PROJECTS, SONGS, SHOWS,
OR DJ'S THAT HELPED LAUNCHED
YOUR CAREER??
MM: FIEND AKA MR WHOMP WHOMP 17TH
WARD FINEST, MARLY MAR, MISTA TAYLOR,
N4RED, DJ SOULLESS, DJ KUB, GEECHEE
ONE,40OZ, REDROOM, B.BSLIM, BABY BREEZE,
GANGSTA BOO, LA CHAT,TOO MUCH TO NAME
DAMN I BLOWN MY HIGH LOL,..

BF: WE SEE YOU'RE THE FACE OF THIS


MONTHS GEECHEE ONE COVER, HOW
YOU FEEL ABOUT THAT BEING APART
OF YOUR MUSICAL RESUME THAT
OTHERS GET TO SEE & KNOW ABOUT
MUGGA MAN??

MM: IT FEELS GOOD TO BE SEEN..I JUST GOT


STARTED IN 2010 WHEN I GOT LOCKED UP
FOR DRUG CHARGES AND A PISTOL SO TO HIT
A ROAD BLOCK AND BE RELEASE IN DA BEGINNING OF 2011 AFTER DROPPING THE PISTOL
I'M BACK ON TRACK WIT DA MUSIC AND TO BE
ON DA COVER OF GECCHEE ONE IS LIKE SEEING DA SUNLIGHT AFTER ALL DA DARK
ROADS..TO ALL MY FANS AND STREET CONTACTS I'M BACK..

BF: CHARLESTON MUSIC SCENE IS


CURRENTLY ON THE UP AND UP BECAUSE THE DJ'S AND MEDIA OUTLETS
ARE FINALLY OPENING DOORS FOR
THE ARTISTS HERE IN THE CHUCK, BUT

BECAUSE I SEE THAT YOU QUOTED " to WHAT CAN YOU ADD MUGGA FROM
make a long story short "i done been thru YOUR KNOWLEDGE THAT COULD MAKE
CHARLESTON MORE OF A POWERit all" ????
HOUSE IN THE MUSIC INDUSTRY???

MM: KEEPING US ROOTED TO WHERE WE


CAME FROM..WE {CHARLESTON LOCALS} ARE
JUST GETTING STARTED AND ALREADY TALK
NBLING BLING I WANT YA TO KNOW ME FROM
BEGGING TO END I'M REAL DON'T RUN WHEN
YOU JUST LEARNED HOW TO WALK IF YA ON
HELP SOME 1 ELSE..

BF: IS THERE ANY UPCOMING PROJECTS THAT YOU HAVE OUT OR WORKING TOWARDS PUTTING OUT THAT WE
SHOULD BE ON THE LOOKOUT FOR
FROM YOU??
MM: I GOT FEIN N FOR THA MONEY FT.FIEND
IN STORES NOW,I GOT MIXXN WIT THE REAL
PT.1 HOSTED BY SOULJA DA DON IN STORES
NOW,MIXXN WIT THE REAL PT.2 DROPPING
ROUND AUG. HOSTED BY FIEND AND DJ SOULLESS FT.MARLY MAR, MISTA TAYLOR, B-KIDDO,
YUNG ROME, LIL DUB, LIL BUC, TO NAME A
FEW...

MM: DATS VISE VERSA I DONE SEEN IT AND


BEEN THRU IT ALL MEANING COMING FROM

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Desire Semone Young, age 23


Desire Semone is the newest model managed under
Diamond Enterprises, LLC, a model & talent management
company established in Greenville, South Carolina. She
started modeling while living in New York in her younger
years before relocating with her father to South Carolina. Desire Semone was recruited by Mz. Blaque Diamond,
CEO in May 2011 for the Battle of the Runway Fashion
Show and the rest is history. Desire Semone has worked
with a few of well-known photographers in both South
Carolina and Georgia. Since May of 2011, she has hosted
club events, car shows, and participated in fashions. Her
goal is to elevate her modeling and acting career from being an aspiring model to a successful model world
wide. Her portfolio and full profile may be view on the
Diamond Enterprises, LLC website, www.diamondentllc.com,
along with the other DE models.

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What are the top 5 reasons a young brother purchases a motorcycle. 1. So women
will ask for a ride. 2. So women will ask to sit on it. 3. So women will wave as you ride
by at the park. 4. So women will take a ride and then ask you to give their girl a ride.
5. So women just flat out notice men. Men, take a moment to think about how much
our lives are centered on women and that entity the are in possession of. Our personality is geared, groomed, and polished to attract p**sy. The jobs we seek are a
vital part of the operation attract p**sy process. Damn near everything we do can
trace its roots back to attracting p**sy. We watch what we eat to attract p**sy. We
watch how we eat as to not scare p**sy off. Even simple things are to attract p**sy.
The tattoos we get, our style of dress, the way we talk, etc. Just about everything we
do is an attempt to bring us lips to lips with that most powerful force we can see and
touchp**sy. Women, what better position to be in then that of the controller of
that powerful force? Women control p**sy and p**sy controls men. Believe it or not
men, p**sy is never free. Even if you find p**sy and you dont pump one red cent
into it, you have already paid for it through the many preparations you have invested
in to even set up a chance meeting with p**sy. The money for your car, clothes,
haircut, watch, place you stay, etc. You put money into the p**sy pool in hopes that
it will bring you to that much closer to p**sy. You cant tell me that isnt power.

Lets just think about that statement for a little bit. Any female who was any experience with guys knows that the latter is true. (p**sy IS power) But I want to introduce
to you a true and bold fact, and that is the revelation that d*ck IS control. Power vs.
Control. If you had to choose one to be in possession of which would you choose? It
is a careful choice and one mustnt be too hasty when choosing. Does one out-weigh
the other? Does one give the bearer a clear advantage in a situation? These are questions we are going to introduce to you and hopefully, when the light of knowledge is
upon you, you can make a clear realization of the bold theory that p**sy is power but
d*ck is control.
Believe it or not there are still those that dispute the sheer power that p**sy possesses. There are those who will swear by the idea that p**sy has no power when in
fact, p**sy is a powerful entity that can and will slay even the most forlorn fellow. In
fact, p**sy has been known to even drive a fellow p**sy carrier (another women)
mad and to drastic measures. Lets reach further and find out why. There is a popular
song by The Funkadelics called Atomic Dog and it has the catchy hook of why must
I be like that, why must I chase the cat? Well, the reason that I must chase the cat
(p**sy) is simply instincts. I am genetically predisposed to succumb to p**sy. I am pre
-programmed to desire it and to seek it. I came from it and thus I desire to return to
it. Where is the power in that some may ask? The power is found in the knowledge
that women have knowing that men seek them on a sub-conscious level. The power
is knowing that men desire you and what you have. No matter the potential hazards.
No matter the warning signs. No matter the clear indications that this situation is not
for usmen seek you and what you have. Like the Nile crocodile that feast during the
great migration of the wilder beast, you wait. And women never have to wait too
long because the wilder beast (men) come. And we come by the uncountable numbers to take our chances. And like clockwork, we are devoured by the Queen of the
Nile and her p**sy we so instinctively seek. Its ironic how wilder beast (men) stand
at the banks of the Nile River and watch the crocodile (women) devour other wilder
beast and instead of moving on to a safe place to cross, we follow in the same path of
the victims that went before us. It is instincts that propel us to try our good fortune
with the Queen of the Nile. And how do women devour us some may ask? That answers is found in the daily activities of men. Everything we do is to cater to women.
Lets analyze that bold statement. The way men look, is it really for other men. The
way a man smells is it for another man. The clothes a man wears are they to impress
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D*ck is control. D*ck is controland control is just as valuable then power. Yep, I said
it and I am going to prove it. In the short run, men could never compete with women
in this world. The balance far more favors that of women. The sun seems to rise and
set just for her and the stars are hers for her enjoyment. How can we as feeble men
who through pure instinct must seek the cat even began to combat such a powerful
ally that women have called p**sy. Well, it is in our own matrix that we find the
answer. D*ck. D*ck is the only weapon we have that can even begin to balance out
this uneven struggle. Women do not sub-consciously seek d*ck as we seek p**sy.
They dont have to because d*ck will come to them. From the outside it looks as if
women have all the tools for a total domination I presume. But they do have a design
flaw. Although they dont sub-consciously seek it, they do un-consciously desire it on
a level that we as men have yet to understand. And to help with that, they have been
built to withstand this unpredictable and longstanding sex-drive. They cant get limp,
they have the stamina of an Olympic athlete and they rarely go dry. And if that were
the case, they have developed artificial assistance to correct that. Where does the
control come in? Well men, by us knowing this small little detail it allows us to manipulate situations in order to gain control. Take for example a couple in a relationship. Their relationship is up and down and they have their share of many problems.
After a very bad fight what happens? The women is unstable, fragile and in limbo.
She has thoughts of I can do better then this and I know so and so wouldnt do
this to me. What propels her to stick around? Lets exclude love from the equation
because everything changes and all rules are out the door with love. The next thing is
d*ck. It is d*ck that reminds her why she should stay. It is d*ck that says everything is
going to be all right. It is d*ck that says how much we care and how much you are
appreciated. Men are not orally expressive creatures so we have to speak another
language. That language is d*ck. That is why make-up sex is so good. It is our way of
saying, sit your ass down, you aint going no where or baby I need you or however
you say what corresponds with you sensitivity level. Either way, it is a language that
women respond to and completely understand. They hear it from that one guy in this
ear when the other several wilder beasts are in her other ear. That CONTROL, although outwardly not as flashy as POWER is just enough to help add some balance to
the force. P**sy is power but D*ck is control

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