Sharoyce Enlists A-F-R-O For “WOAT Inferno” Single & Chops It Up With MJ
Richmond Indiana native & indie Hip Hop artist Sharoyce aka Da WOAT delivers his new record “WOAT Inferno.” The single out now on all platforms is produced by and features A-F-R-0. Over classic cuts and scratches and a chilling backdrop, Sharoyce proclaims his stake in the industry. A catchy hook solidifies his lyrical message and invigorating drive. Sharoyce shows off his ability to offer music that both old and new schools of Hip Hop can head-nod to. Check out the interview below where he chops it up about the single, working with A-F-R-O, the Hip Hop scene in Indiana, and much more.
Stream “WOAT Inferno” on preferred platforms https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/sharoyceantwan/woat-inferno-feat-a-f-r-o
In the interview below, the Richmond, Indiana native chops it up below about the record, linking with A-F-R-O, upcoming events, and more.
MJ: Before we jump right into your brand-new hit single “WOAT Inferno” introduce yourself to those who might not be familiar (shame on them).
Sharoyce: Tis all good. I’m still a baby out here. I’m Sharoyce a.k.a Da WOAT (acronym for “Wackest of All Time”). I’m trying to peddle my garbage to the masses one track at a time.
MJ: You are based out of Richmond, Indiana. Tell us about the Hip Hop scene there, I know each coast or city has its own flow and mantra.
Sharoyce: Richmond is a small community with roughly about 34,000 people in it. Everyone kind of knows everyone, so the communal rhythm is like that of the Heaven’s Gate cult. I like the fact that the cost of living is so cheap, but the Hip Hop scene is non-existent.
MJ: You’re not an up-and-coming artist, you are seasoned. Talk about that progression in your career.
Sharoyce: It’s been pretty much a trial-by-error journey since I started jotting lines back in 2003. I bought a little Pro Tools set up back in 2009, where I cut my teeth on the ins and outs of the DAW. In 2012, I started to book sessions at professional studios. It took me some time, but I gradually learned how to construct a record over the years, but I’m still garbage.
MJ: Let’s get down to the new single. Take us through the process from idea to creation to production to final canvas.
Sharoyce: I’d been listening to A-F-R-O since I caught wind of him back in 2014. The fact that one of the best rappers to ever grace the mic took him under his wing instantly sold me on the young guy. Over the years, I’d been reaching out to some of my favorite MCs for features and I decided to hit him up on IG. He showed love on the production (w/scratches) and he even laid a verse down for me. I swiftly laid my mumble rap down and sent the session files over to my engineer.
MJ: Some Hip Hop legends coin A-F-R-O as an indie G.O.A.T., do you concur?
Sharoyce: For a legend, he’s humble. All I had to do was reach out to him on social media. I gave him his flowers and we proceeded to get the work done. He sent me back the verse in less than a few hours.
MJ: What are your expectations for the single, and what can fans expect?
Sharoyce: I just want the fans to know that even a low-tier amateur such as myself isn’t afraid to step on the track with the greatest. I expect to be crowned the worst to do it after they hear this one.
MJ: Is the single taken from a released project or one that is forthcoming? Will there be an upcoming video for the single?
Sharoyce: I have no plans of releasing an album anytime soon. A video isn’t totally out of the question, but for now, there are no plans for that either.
MJ: Where can fans and audiences catch you this summer? Are any performances or events, or collaborations in the works?
Sharoyce: They’ll be able to catch me at open mics and events within the area. I have upcoming collaborations with Big Rube (Dungeon Family/Society of Soul), Mark Battles, T-Rell (Empire), Honey-B-Sweet, Sadzilla, Rx The Rapper, and many others. I’d like to work with Elzhi and Kool Keith as well, so I’m working on lining those two up too.
MJ: Before we wrap up, can you share three essential gems you live by to ensure your success continues to move forward?
Sharoyce: Never be quick to modify your art due to criticism, drink lots of water, and don’t fall behind on child support because they’re locking n*ggas up for that.
MJ: Is there anything else you want to share with the world?
Sharoyce: Sharoyce is WOAT. You Betta know it, family. I’ll be dropping new music on Bandcamp soon and you can be on the Lookout for Ghostface Monkeypaw w/ me and Copywrite, as well as RhymeTyme Freestyle w/ Houston’s Viper The Rapper.
Stream “WOAT Inferno” on Bandcamp and preferred platforms
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Lil Duece Drops New Visual For “Big Flex” Featuring Daj Dolla
You ain’t the hottest if you ain’t big flexin’, and rising star Lil Duece is on fire right now with the release of his Daj Dolla-featured new single “Big Flex,” which is accompanied with music video.
A follow-up to his latest single “Blessings,” the Larry J-produced single’s visual stars Lil Duece roaming the streets with the gang and getting to the bag while enjoying their trendy lifestyle. Aligned with Daj Dolla, the two stars trade off trendsetting street lyrics with one another and show new and old fans why they got next up.
“Big Flex” will appear on Lil Duece’s upcoming album coming in 2023. The Inglewood native released two album prior in 2 Vicious (2021) and Demons & Angels (2020) that generated the artist’s current fame. Lil Duece is best known for his hit song “Outside.” The infectious track has exceeded a collective 1.5 million streams across all platforms and over 1 million views on YouTube since its release in mid-February 2021.
“Big Flex,” available now on all streaming platforms, is the perfect origin point for newfound fans of the West Coast artist. Daj Dolla appears on the track courtesy of own label.
Watch “Big Flex” below, and afterward, follow Lil Duece on social media.
Tracy Supreme Releases New Single “Can’t Come Today”
NFL athlete turned rap artist Tracy Supreme drops single “Can’t Come Today” on all platforms.
The song was inspired by Tracy getting fed up with friends and family taking his kindness for weakness. Tired of being taken advantage of, Supreme simply starts setting boundaries by stating he “Can’t Come Today.”
The banger was produced by 3K Claude and is spreading virally.
Rhyme Assassin Delivers Global Situation With New Single “Rhyme Apostles”
To celebrate and honor Hip Hop’s 50th Anniversary, International & national Hip Hop artist/producer Rhyme Assassin unveils “Rhyme Apostles” the single. Buzzing as a global situation, the record features an intro by Jadakiss and verses by Keith Murray, K Solo, Crooked I, Prodigal Sunn, Canibus, Chino XL, Ruste Juxx, Craig G, AFRO, Antlive, and Reks. Hip Hop heads gear up as this is strictly for you and for those who embrace the elements, essence, and culture of Hip Hop. Never mind a top 5 or 10, press play and get ready for a debate on who slayed the dopest verse.
Stream “Rhyme Apostles” and catch the exclusive interview below with DJ Thoro of Thisis50.
Watch ThisIs50 Exclusive Interview with Rhyme Assassin- https://thisis50.com/2023/05/17/hottest-in-the-streets-ryhme-assassin/
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