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Mo B. Dick interview on Mixture of Arts

Heyy, wass up everybody welcome back to mixture of arts with your girl saytue sayewhat holding it down on Mixture of Arts radio. Man, the show tonight is definitely groovy, because my featured guest of the night has definitely created some groovy tunes that make ya bob ya head, get hype, and sing every single verse in the songs he produce.  As you already know, former no limit producer, mo b dick is chillen right here on mixture of arts with me your girl saytue sayewhat, so if you wanna call in and chat live with make sure you call in at 818-572-8026, aight!

Ok folk in case you don’t know, mixture of arts is a creative mixture of topics and diversity of music show, so just because the segment for tonight is on entertaionment doesn’t mean that all of mixture of arts shows are soly based on the entertainment niche. With that said if you are a no limit fan then you should definitely listen in to the entire show.

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S/o to Martina cotton for winning our contest. She guessed Mo b dicks name as theproducer for  the track“ goodbye to my homies”.

Ok… I’m a go head a take a fast commercial break, WEITH THIS THROWBACK, TRU FEAT MIA X AND MASTER P, I’M BOUT IT BOUT “ and UH well be right back with mo b dick interview,. Ya’ll stay tune….

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Wass up everybody welcome back to mixture of arts with your girl saytue sayewhat, holding it down on mixture of arts rafioo.

Music isn’t the same anymore. let’s be frank. And my question to you is …. Whatever happened to the butterflies that filled your tummy whenever you heard the lyrics from an actual lyricist? Whatever happened to the songs that made your heart groovy and in a mind state of self, not hype? What really happened to the songs that made sense when signing to it?

Now, thing about this is that Producers aren’t the same either. They are steadily creating beats for these so call rappers that continuously rap about bullshit that either doesn’t make sense or rappers that have no flow at all. At the end of the day, the younger generation is bumping to the beat and they think they’re bumping to the flow that is over the beat, while just signing along because they feel hype. And I have to be honest here, because the majority of the producers now days are all the same. They have no originality what so ever. They either have that “swag” or “Teletubbies” tone to it.

It’s weird how a producer such as Mo B Dick is under the radar, but the truth is that he has created multi platinum tracks since day one. And when you sit back and retrospect on the importance of valuable music that touches the people, the most unique and out of the box creators are hardly recognized and known. That is to say if this is the case, then passion and a gift has a tremendous outcome; and when it’s all being said and done I’d rather choose passion and my gift over anything else, because once these aspects are present, everything falls in place and passion and gift are unknowing inspired, admired, and respected.

With that being said, I want to welcome you, mo b dick to mixture of arts, whats up. Thank you so much for being on the show.

Questions:

  1. Wow! What was going through your mind when you heard that track right there?
  2. So, where you been hiding at mo b?
  3. Ok, when did you leave no limit? Why did you leave?
  4. I have to ask you, how did you come up with such great tunes? What really goes through your head when creating these beats?
  5. Which song is your favorite out of all the songs you’ve produced and why?
  6. I have to ask you, I know this is irrelevant, but I seen the tattoos on your neck, but what really got me is the tattoo on your head. Why on your head, like,(lol) and who is that picture of?
  7. What your perspective on the new hip hop genre?
  8. Do you have any fav new artists?
  9. Which producer out here can you compare yourself to? Why?
  10. I heard that you taught yourself how to play the piano? How was that like for you?
  11. What happened to beats by the pound? Like what happened to a lot of the no limit crew?
  12. Let’s talk about the mo b tv on youtube. Whats that’s about?
  13. How often to put new videos?
  14. Are you working on new songs now?

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Urban Super Hero DangerMan Saves Children Lives

If you haven’t heard about DangerMan, the urban superhero, you need to definitely open your ears and know about him. First of all, who was your favorite superhero as a child? Was it X- Man, BatMan, or Spiderman? True, all of these Superheroi’s are fiction, but you know what, DangerMan is a real life Superhero.

Meet him on Mixture of Arts Tonight

DangerMan the Urbab Superhero is a real Superhero that helps fight childhood obesity and illiteracy & supports healthy and safe lifestyle choices. If this is not a hero for children, than I don’t know who is. And he’s been doing this since 1998.

I will strongly suggest you learn more about DangerMan in my in depth article as well as listen to an exclusive interview I will have tomorrow at 1am EST.

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Juntah Muzik Chats About The Official NFL (Falcons) Theme Song

If you love the falcons, ten I’m sure you’ve heard of Juntah Muzik. The ceo, Mickey Da Winner will be live on Mixture of Arts chopping it up about his hit single “Offcial NFL Falcons Theme Song“.  Sure thing when you hear it, then you’ll understand why the NFL chose it to be their official theme song.

Tune in tonight at 12 am est on www.eotmradio.com.

Kama aka Kamikaze on Mixture of Arts with Saytue Saye

 

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Born in Toronto, Canada, KAMA spent much of his youth in both his native land of Trinidad as well as in Toronto, more specifically, the west side: Oakwood & Vaughan, Jane & Finch, Rexdale and Jungle. In 2003, a flood of projects followed for this ever so versatile individual. Amidst of all the excitement and much figured disarray, KAMA had managed to star in a documentary directed by critically acclaimed director David Cropper, in his debut film dubbed, “What it Takes”. This film was part of the 2003 Reel World Canadian Film Festival and star icons such as Russell Simmons, P. Diddy, G-Dep, and the legendary Doug E. Fresh. His next single “MESSIN’ WIT ME” and INDEPENDENCE DAY” were released in the Fall of 2003 and featured a double video that hit Much Vibe and MTV2 in November 2003. CHAPTER 1? are both complete. KAMA’S next project and greatest written work to date, “BALANCE” is currently going into production.

call in at 718-664-6543 on February 10th at 1am est

 

 

 

 

Super Bowl 2011 Halftime Show & Christina Aguilera National Anthem Mess Up/ Kama on Mixture of Arts

 

The super bowl XML (2011) was pretty good, simply because two shocking things happened. Christina Aguilera national anthem mess up and the Super Bowl 2011 half time show.

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According To:businessinsider.com ……..

 

The biggest moment any singer can ask for: “The Star Spangled Banner” at the Super Bowl. And Christina Aguilera messed up the lyrics. At about 51 seconds in, as she was about to sing the fourth line (“O’er the ramparts we watched, were so gallantly streaming”), she accidentally sang a hybrid of the second line: “What so proudly we watched, at the twilight’s last streaming.” Like a professional, she seemed to know that she messed up, but kept going to the end.

 

Also, Black Eyes Peas and Usher performance were great extremely entertaining. And who’s the white chick singing with Back Eye Peas?
Also,feature guest Kama on Mixture of Arts: Born in Toronto, Canada, KAMA spent much of his youth in both his native land of Trinidad as well as in Toronto, more specifically, the west side: Oakwood & Vaughan, Jane & Finch, Rexdale and Jungle. In 2003, a flood of projects followed for this ever so versatile individual. Amidst of all the excitement and much figured disarray, KAMA had managed to star in a documentary directed by critically acclaimed director David Cropper, in his debut film dubbed, “What it Takes”. This film was part of the 2003 Reel World Canadian Film Festival and star icons such as Russell Simmons, P. Diddy, G-Dep, and the legendary Doug E. Fresh. His next single “MESSIN’ WIT ME” and INDEPENDENCE DAY” were released in the Fall of 2003 and featured a double video that hit Much Vibe and MTV2 in November 2003. CHAPTER 1? are both complete. KAMA’S next project and greatest written work to date, “BALANCE” is currently going into production.

call in at 718-664-6543 on February 10th at 1am est

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