80Million Ft. M-Ez Produced By JR-15
1. How long have you been rapping?
For over ten years now on an off I would say.
2. Do you think you are a better rapper or producer? Also the reason for your answer.
I think im great at both its good thing in the music business to have other options and talents.
3. Who would you say influences your music?
I would say my father TF Tyme first then it would be Big L, Jay-Z & biggie.
4. Tell me a little bit about what your currently working on now .
Well right now I’m working on my mixtape #NeverSatisfied and at the same time the team moet project #FromDaBottom2Stardom both will be out early 2014.
5. Are there any notable artists you have made beats for?
Tug McRaw, King Magnetic few years back, recently i’ve been working with M-Ez and Sway from #teamnosleep
6. Are you focusing more on being a rapper or a producer?
Both the harder you work the more successful you will be in the business
7. What’s your message to the competition?
My message is not a damn thing I see no competition just myself I learned that with doing this music over the years.
8. what’s your new years resolution?
Work hard and take the #TeamMoet and myself to the top
9. Will there be any features on this new project?
Yeah M-ez , Sway and a few more names but not gonna say you got to wait for the mixtape haha.
10. How can people contact you for features an beats?
my email@example.com , @Jr15music and Facebook j.r. robbins
Rolling Stones recently came out with their ‘King of Hip Hop’ List. They did a two and a half-year survey where they combined total number of albums sold to determine the ‘King of Hip Hop’. The list starts off as expected can’t complain much about the top 5, its 6-20 that has me scratching my head. I have a lot of problems with this list, I mean Fabolous is listed at 17 under artist like B.O.B, Pittbull, and Kid Cudi. Despite Fabolous record sales I feel he is a better artist that most ahead of him on this list. Kid Cudi and Gucci Mane are way to high on this list if they should even be on it at all, and I feel the same about Waka Flocka, Diddy and Big Boi. My problem is not with these artist makin the list, but the criteria Rolling Stones used to rank the top hip hop artist. Since when did record sales determine the greatness of a rapper? Have we forgotten to appreciate the lyrics and artistic vision of rappers? This list is evidence that record sales do not support the skills of a rapper, but more so his fan base willingness to go out and buy their albums. As a fan of hip hop its disappointing.