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Quail Gotti sits down with us to Talk Future Past & Present




Today we sat down with new Atlanta street rapper Quail Gotti, less than a week after being shot 3 times. He discusses his influences and his motivation to put on for his brother who is currently serving life in prison. He also briefly discusses the tragic events that finally mad him pick up the pen. Quail Gotti have a story to tell and it isn’t a movie.

Peace king what’s Good Welsh da God OnthesceneNY how you ?

I’m Blessed, Healing up from getting hit 3 times from some amateur ass robber/shooters.

Welsh – “Quail-Gotti” where did you get that name from? What’s the backstory ?

My crew as a jit was the MOB And Quail is my name.

Welsh – What part of Atlanta are you from ?

Im from Campbellton Rd. I was born in Kimberly court and raised in Landrum Arms. As I got older we moved and terrorized Clayton Co literally.

Welsh – Who are some of your favorite rappers from Atlanta and who you like to collaborate with ?

My favorite rapper is my brother Half-Pint. I don’t listen to nothing but underground like Lil Dab , Slimesito and Big 36oz them my personals patnas and who I want and will eventually collaborate with. As for as main stream I’ll work with GUCCI fasho.

Welsh -Your manager Jon “Beauty Salon” Hamm said that he spent over 10 years going in and out the hood trying to get you and your brother Half- Pint to rap. What finally made you pick up the mic after never taken interest in it ?

LMAO, yeah he did. Mainly Pint (Half-Pint) though when it came to rapping, it was more so to me like you the older brother to get Pint to understand rapping a way out. I wasn’t tryna hear that shit though. Pint 1 and a half years younger than me but Shawty like my twin brother when I move he move just like that.

Welsh -What do you miss the most about your brother Half Pint, who is now serving life for murder ?

Me and Shawty been glued to each other since he came out my mama koonanny! We did everything together he wasn’t my lil brother but, more like my twin. I miss him making music and the hold we had together on the streets.

Welsh – Do you have a new perspective on life, being that you potentially escaped death with the failed attempted robbery in -which you was shot 3 times and killed one of the assailants from self defense” ?

I been dealing with Shìt like this all my life I just never been shot. My heart is colder now and trust even more fucked up. I’ve always thought, oh what if this or that happen so now I’m even more on edge but, I’m blessed to be here.

Welsh -Now you got the past behind you what’s next for you? What’s on the table ?

Expect a full project by mid June and you can look me up on any platform to find singles I’ve dropped at Quail Gotti.

Welsh -Give the people your social media and where they can get at you?

They can find me on Instagram @Quail_Gotti it’s my only social account.

Welsh – As we are wrapping up this interview is there anybody you would like to shoutout here on this platform ?

Shout out to my family all the ones checked on me when I was shot, all the instagram posts. Shout out to Niqua the love of my life for nursing me back to health. Jalissa for the meals. D.Brown for the loyalty and REAL power behind the bankroll. All of my ghetto angels watching over. Shout out my Yhapsters. My dawg Jonbeautysalonhamm and P4PEnt for the faith and belief in me and shout to the Big GOD for keeping me here. Free Half Pint!!!

Welsh Da God Brooklyn New York. Co founder of Onthesceneny Follow me Twitter Welsh_ci/ Instagram Welsh_ci.

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TySoul x Maine the Medicine – Medicine for the Soul LP Interview & Serenity Video




TySoul and Maine the Medicine announce the release of their collaborative project titled ‘Medicine for the Soul.’ The 14-track album features Popko, Sweetness, Daniel Rosler, Suspect, Lambo Lo, Paulie, and GTS.  Check out our latest interview detailing the album along with visuals for the leading single “Serenity.”

MJ: You hit fans with something different and innovative with this new album “Medicine for the Soul”. You curated a captivating blend of R&B and Hip Hop. Talk about the album and the mindset behind creating it.

Stream/download “Medicine for the Soul” here on preferred platforms

TySoul: Both Maine and myself already collaborated on multiple records before this album, and everything we made together came out great. So, we thought, why not make a full project together, and we did just that. Myself being a Chris Brown fan, I wanted to add a new school R&B flare to the album, while having Maine add his old-school influences along with his amazing lyricism.

Maine: being from New York, Hip-Hop and R&B go hand and hand. Like Nas and Lauryn, Meth and Mary, Father MC with Jodeci, and the list goes on and on. We just wanted to bring that feeling back.

MJ: You enlisted an elite selection of producers for the album, with an incredible ability to orchestrate soundscapes that heighten the raw emotion and impeccable lyricism. Talk about that, as well as how you two linked up.

TySoul: We originally linked up nearly a decade ago from a mutual contact, we never collaborated at the time, but we did a few shows together. Years later Maine called me to come into JL Studios to do a hook for Mercy Gang and after that, it was a wrap…

Maine: We worked with a handful of producers including Know- it beats and Da Leadgeon who helped us blend that Hip Hop and R&B with today’s twist. Plus, we both get busy with the pen!

MJ:  Was the goal of the album to expand your fan base by stepping out of the box? Was it to display your versatility as artists and your agility to steer in different lanes?

TySoul: I think both of us somewhat stepped out of our comfort zones for the better. I was able to experiment with a more commercial sound rather than the old-school R&B type influences that were prevalent in my first album “Two-Sided.” I feel that we both displayed our versatility but also stayed true to our artistry.

Maine: I feel as an MC I should be able to adapt to any genre while still being me.

MJ:  What single off the album do you anticipate taking off both on charts and with listeners/fans?

TySoul: I think that “Addicted” or “Don’t You” are two of our more heartfelt records. Both talk about relationship-based content but also have an upbeat flow and awesome production.

Maine: “Serenity” is going to make a statement because it deals with some crucial issues going on in the world now. “Addicted”, “Old Thing Back”, and “Move Ya Body” are extraordinarily strong records as well.

MJ: Take a minute to reflect and share anything else about “The Medicine for the Soul”

TySoul: This project personally helped me to experiment with rapping more. Maine pushed and encouraged me to spit a few bars, and I was able to rap a few good verses on this album. Even through this pandemic, we stayed motivated and in touch, which enabled us to finish this project strong and in time when we were able to return to the studio.

Maine: We want people and our fans to get that great feeling listening to our music. We’re just trying to put authentic Hip Hop and R&B back on the map.

Special thanks to Dan Rosler, Amanda Rogan, Lambo Lo, Suspect, Gus, and Paulie…#RIPHefty

Watch “Serenity” featuring Sweetness and Daniel Rosler (off ‘Medicine for the Soul’ album). The empowering lyrics and serene images of unity and innocence in the video along with the soothing, soulful vibe and classic drums are sure to raise neck hairs and touch hearts worldwide.

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Mont’e Millions Is One To Watch



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Mont’e Millions has a unique gift for defying genres and blending his vocals with any beat. He’s truly in a lane of his own and “Sally” is a prime example of him crossing the boundaries of several genres.

Millions is an independent artist who began singing at the age of seven and writing music at the age of 12. He recorded his first album in 2007 and recorded his debut single “Sally,” this year. The single has amassed over half a million streams and counting. He also released two additional singles called “Really” and “Hundred Bands” during the late summer.

His musical roots come from his mother, iconic soul/R&B singer-songwriter Betty Wright, who served as his instructor and mentor throughout his musical journey. In addition to his mom, his family also comes from a musical background. From his grandfather, who was in a late ‘60s gospel quartet, to his aunt who is an international Blues artist.

When asked about the inspiration behind “Sally,” Millions says that the song is based on his lifestyle.

“I have a ranch with many horses, and Sally is my real horse,” Millions says. “This song/video gives the audience a chance to see the nature side of me. I love my horses. This song has done over 4 million streams in just 4 ½ months. I feel the success came from the passion that I possess for my ranch life.”

Watch the video for “Sally” below.

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