Back in July, Shawn Setaro published his interview with !llmind in an episode of The Cipher Show. It is the first interview where the legendary producer breaks down his creative process, revisits his past, and talks about what’s to come for himself and his creative hub, Roseville Music Group. Visit The Cipher Show’s website to hear the full episode.
Over the weekend, Forbes published an article with !llmind which details how he helps aspiring artists in the producer community, the importance of networking, running multiple businesses and more. Be on the lookout for another !llmind interview with Shawn Setaro for The Cipher Show podcast. Available on July 25. Visit the Forbes website to read the full story.
“I don’t want nobody near me with no type of drama. The only drama I want is Naomi Campbell.” — Russell Simmons
On Thursday morning, HipHopDX published an exclusive interview with the legendary former radio personality, Cipha Sounds about what he’s been up to since his departure from New York City’s Hot97, in which he talks about his involvement with a new teenage Latin collective of rappers called “Dem Boyz From The Wood”. In addition, Cipha sheds light on his stand up comedy career, he details his deal with Roc Nation and more. Kindly visit the prestigious entertainment website for the full story and watch an exclusive video, which documents the group’s road to success featuring their mentors (Cipha Sounds & DJ Drewski of The Mvmnt).
Our insightful conversation highlights the Brooklyn-bred rapper’s creative relationships, his thoughts on marriage, whether he has fears and concerns about joining the cast of Love & Hip Hop: New York with his wife (Remy Ma), and what inspired the concept and title of this album. Papoose’s new album “You Can’t Stop Destiny” is in stores now. Kindly visit the quarterly Hip-Hop and photojournalism magazine’s website for the full story.
Upon the preliminary announcement and official release of his 4-track musical effort titled “Lullaby Of The Forbidden Dancer”, Sax G garnered plenty of notable nods. Support came from loyal-local supporters Stüssy Seattle, EARMILK: a reputable music site that exclusively premiered “…Of The Forbidden Dancer” (second single), and a radio show in Prague, the capital of Czech Republic. Earlier support came from City Arts Magazine, in which he was mentioned several times. He’s counted in City Arts’ Best New Music 2015 list; Journalist Jonathan Cunningham did a good job at profiling the artist.
Sax G, a talented, multifaceted recording artist local to Seattle, Washington, is set to release his new 4-track extended play titled “Lullaby Of The Forbidden Dancer” on Hush Hush Records. As announced through the label’s social media site, Hush Hush plans to share “the first taste (of HH039)” later this week. Stay tuned; check out the minimal cover artwork created by Bryan Anton.