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Fallon Interview

Heyy, wass up everybody welcome back to mixture of arts with your girl, saytue sayewhat holding it down on mixture of arts radio. Today is actually our first segment of 2013, and if you’ve been a fan of my show, then you know last year I took a little break for a minute, but this time, I’m back in full affect every Tuesdays at 1am EST, so mark it on your calander, do what you gotta do to keep it lock every tuesdays, right here on, alright.

In case you’ve never heard of mixture of arts, mixture of arts is a creative mixture of topics and diversity of music show, so just because the topic for tonight is on entertainment doesnt mean that all of mixture of arts shows are soly based on the entertainment niche.

With that said, if you love to be entertain, then you should definitely tuned in to the entire show.
I do have a special guest on tonight, and I’m telling you, this up and coming female emcee got madd skills. Her newest single, Occupy Pussy is making a lot of noise and I think you should get in on it if you haven’t already.

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Please leave your comments below on our show page, I’d love to hear your opinion about the show. Aight…..

Heyyy, wass up everybody welcome back to mixture of arts with your girl saytue sayewhat, holding it down on mixture of arts radio…..
Can you imagine how Erykah Badu would sound flowing on a track? Crazy, right? Now, mix she and Lauryn Hill together and you got something sick. Though it’s seldom you find female artists such as them in the industry, it is even more rare to come across a true female emcee that can spit bars like Lil Kim, except portray her image like Jill Scott.

Distinctiveness is difficult to find these days, and even though many push to claim it, only a few resonate. Speaking truth and understanding of oneself does wonder in the eyes of who’s watching and paying attention. Paying attention indeed is what thousands of people are doing when they meet Fallon.
Everyone, I want to introduce to you, fallon.
Welcome fallon to mixture of arts, wass up?
1. Why did you choose Fallon as your stage name?
2. Oakay, in your opinion, what makes you so different from most female rappers?
3. Just curious, what is one word, too many female rappers use that urks you?
4. So, why Hip Hop above everything else?
5. Occupy Pussy, love the title. Why did you name it occupy pussy and what is the movement about?
6. Off your head, say a line or two of song you love from one of your favorite artist…….
7. Do you like southern music?

Fallon is to _______ like Eve is to ________________.
Who came out first? Lil Kim or Foxy? Foxy came out 1994, LIL kim 1995
Chris brown or Usher?
What was Ushers first single? Call Me A Mack – Usher Raymond (1993)
Poetic Justice Soundtrack
Rihanna or Beyonce?
Any plans for 2013?
Contact info

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Neo Soul Producer Boonie Mayfield

Boonie Mayfield aka Boondoc

Upon doing this particular interview, it was a pleasure having this great neo soul producer on Mixture of Arts. Below is some of the script. If you want to read the full detail bio on Boonie Mayfield, click here.


Whats up everybody welcome back to mixture of arts with your girl Saytue Sayewhat, holding it down on mixture of arts radio. Wow! We have an incredible show in store you guys tonight, so if you’re in bed, simply relax and get comfortable, because our feature feature of the night will definitely remove all the stress and get you groovy with the sound of his poetic slash soulful creation.  Yess ya’ll, nobody but the one and only Boonie Mayfield is right here, right now chillen on Mixture of Arts with me your girl Saytue Sayewhat. So make sure you keep tuning in and if you wanna chat live with Boonie Mayfield boon doc, you can call in at 818-572-8026.

Aiight folk, now in case you’ve never heard of Mixture of Arts, mixture of Arts is a creative mixture of topics and diversity of music show, so just because the segment for tonight is on entertainment, doesn’t mean that all of mixture of arts show are soley based upon entertaining niches. With that said if you love great music and wanna chill for the night, then you should definitely tune in till the end of the show.

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Some questions I asked Boonie Mayfield: Listen to the full interview

I UNDERSTAND that you’re  A MAN OF MANY TALENTS. You USE TO BE A DANCER (a nice one too) WHAT MADE  you stop dancing and started doing music?

*When you first started doing music, you were SAMPLING USING A DRUM MACHINE MPC 1000 right? WHAT MADE you GO FROM SAMPLING TO CREATING ORIGINAL MUSIC?

*Everybody knows that creating beats is challenging, I mean, it’s pretty obvious because there’s not enough dope producers out here that are so call professionals. What I’m trying to ask is that, how did you know what types of equipments to use and buy as far as Audio interface and mixing boards?

*I seen on one of your videos that you started off using reasons (music software program). Why that program? Why not fruity loops and q-base.

* So now that you’re using logic, were the transitions from using reason to logic difficult?

*do you ever get frustrated ever using new equipments and programs?

* I see that you use live instruments, did you have any previous training prior.

MANN All Red Everythang

All Red Everythang

On June 14th, 2012, MANN, CEO of Metro Wealth Records LLC and Homish Designs visited Mixture of Arts to talk about his clothing line, music, and A.R.E Girls. This cat is no newbie to the entertainment industry. At thirteen years old, he got into rap and by the time he was 16 he gained the name of METRO. His first CD entitled “The Victim” was only the beginning. Mann has callborated with several artists, such as: The Game, Trick Trick, Al Nuke, B-Legit and Big Herk and Comedian Foolish, which has given him a lot of credit in the industry. Mann’s  is currently  recording his highly anticipated  CD entitled “ALL RED EVERYTHANG” and it is set to be released LATE 2012. Mann is an all around business man, venturing into the film and clothing industry. He faithfully sports his clothing line “SADOUR” that he runs under Homish Designs. On the film side of the business, his first DVD is entitled ‘THAT’S US’ and his independent film entitled ‘ K.A.R.M.A’ are currently in production… proving that Mann and Metro Wealth have landed their place in the entertainment industry.

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DJ Paul Mixture Of Arts Missing Radio Interview (Private)

Upon my personal radio interview with DJ Paul on Mixture of Arts with Saytue Saye, there is an unheard segment that you didn’t hear, and Mixture of Arts fans have exclusive rights to it.

Before I get into my exclusive unheard interview with DJ Paul; I have to say that DJ Paul is one of the best, laid back, cool interviewee I’ve had on the show. The conversation was live and made me feel like I’ve known him for a very long time. He even got comfortable with his fans that called in. He definitely kept the crowd laughing and curious to hear what he had to say.

Now, the missing interview with DJ Paul is very private and new. This is something that wasn’t intended, but worked out very well. This is what happened after he introduced his song “cocky” …

(Saytue Sayewhat) When you wrote the song cocky, what was on your mind?

(DJ Paul) I write a lot of songs about what I’ve done. We would go to the old Krystal Balance Skating Ring (the skating ring that was in Hustle & Flow) and we’ll have the wheels cocked to the side. The song is basically about how you post up and do you.

(Saytue Sayewhat) Who’s on the mixtape?

(DJ Paul) Lil Wyte, Ville Circulus, Charlie P, KoKoe, Lil Younger from Houston, J. Diamond, Insane Clown Posse, and Juicy J.

(Saytue Sayewhat) Who are some of your biggest inspiration?

(DJ Paul) NWA, Ghetto Boys, Scar Face, LL Cool J, Public Enemy

(Saytue Sayewhat) Who do you want to work with in the future?

(DJ Paul) I’d work with anybody, but I do want to work with Dre

(Saytue Sayewhat) Did you see Tupac Hologram Performance? What did you think of it?

(DJ Paul) I love it. It was fuckin weird, and sad, but it was cool. It’s going to be the future way to perform at concerts. It throws you off like, “O shit”.  Who knows, 10 years from now, that might be the only way to perform.

The hologram actually came from the movie Samone. Samone is about a big movie producer. He created a famous computer woman, that everybody loved and wanted to see, but they couldn’t because she was a computer. In order for them to see her, he created her as a hologram.  After that movie, that’s when they made Incredible Hawk.

“For I Have Sinned” mixtape will be out on 4/19/2012.



Listen to the uncut radio interview with DJ Paul on Mixture of Arts below…

King of Memphis Dj Paul Chops it Up with Saytue Saye About His New Album – For I Have Sinned

Listen Live to King of Memphis Dj Paul on Mixture of Arts

King of Memphis Dj Paul06

If it’s any group from the 90’s that kept the clubs, schools, and cars bumping, it will have to be Three 6 Mafia. Known for their dark, eerie tracks driven by bass-heavy beats and haunting sounds, the group brought a different sound during that time that kept everybody getting Krunk or smoking marijuana to their songs.

All 6 members: Crunchy Black, Gangsta Boo, Koopsta Knicca, DJ Paul, Juicy J, and Lord infamous are all from Memphis Tennessee. All Three 6 Mafia beats went hard, every verse hit your brain bringing that sugar rush to your body making you feel freaking awesome and insane.

After several years of establishing their career, the team decides to expand their brand by putting out solo albums, compilations and bringing out other affiliates such as: Project Pat, Al Kapone, La Chat, Lil Wyte, T-Rock, Killa Klan Kaze, Playa Fly and Indo G.The streets were definitely watching and listening; 3 6 Mafia was everywhere.

In 2006, Krunchy Blak left the group saying that he wanted to create a solo album that DJ Paul and Juicy J put off for years. With just the two producers, DJ Paul and Juicy J had their reality show, “Adventures in Hollywood”, and have appeared in other TV shows.

Academy Award-winning rap group Three 6 Mafia made a huge step when DJ Paul won an Academy Award for Best Original Song for “It’s Hard out Here for a Pimp” from the movie “Hustle and Flow”.

Paul Beauregard aka DJ Paul is one of the best DJ-producers on the south side of Memphis. At the beginning, he and his older half brother Lord Infamous released self-recorded tapes in their neighborhood, school, and local shops.  Putting out the first tape, “Portrait of a Serial Killa” and other mixtapes, DJ Paul met up with Juicy J and formed The Backyard Po, which later changed to Triple 6 Mafia.

As you can see, DJ Paul and Juicy J was the core of 3 6 Mafia.  In 2012, he has his own BBQ shop in Memphis and his new album, “For I Have Sinned” will be release April 19, 2012. Everything in this album is produced by him. The first single entitled, “Smokin’ & Fuckin” has a tune of “Come Go with Me” by Teddy Pendergrass.

His other album A Person of Interest will be in stores June 2012.

Don’t miss the opportunity to chat LIVE with DJ Paul from Three 6 Mafia. We will chop it up about his new album “For I Have Sinned”…. Tune in this week on 4/17/2012. Go to the page and subscribe for a reminder!!!

Call in at 818-572-8026

Jose Hendrix- International Pop Singer on Mixture of Arts

International Congo Pop Singer Jose Hendrix will be a feature guest on “Mixture
of Arts” with Saytue Saye 5/31/2011 at 1am est.

Hendrix and his song writer Kelly Myers have created a non profit organization
called “Unity for Earth” that focuses on collaboration aspect of sharing
education arts and technology (EAT) between the two continents.

for Earth” is in progress with the International Academy of Mobile Arts as one
of Unity for Earth’s lead programs. The programs will allow Jose Hendrix and
Kelly Myers to gain funds to use music to educate, arts to collaborate, and
technology to share talent around the world.

benefit concert funds will go towards our building an International Academy of
Mobile Arts to be used to record in areas in Democratic Republic of Congo where
there is not access to this type of technology as well as to be used in local
American schools in areas where arts funding have been heavily cut – goal of
sharing arts and talents that have never before been shared due to lack of tech.


Fri May20 –Raglan Rd w the Clique

May 21 – Raglan Rd w the Clique

May21 – BB’s Lawnside BBQ 4pm Mama Ray Jam

June 5th 6-9 pm Crosstown Station – 3 bands – free pizza

Jose Herndrix fun, interesting, energetic and catchy sound makes it easy for anyone
to relate and dance to. Speaking several languages, Jose speaks French, English,
Ingala and another native language so the music reflects his international

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