This show is a continuation from March 9 when I originally had Drag-On on the show. Since coming on the show, Drag has had a lot of things to pop off. I was really excited about him coming back on the show due to the music he has been putting out and taking me and Choclate City into the Hood Environment family. He also has some t shirts he just put out asking the question “Where Da Fu% Drag-on @? They are available for male and females. I have 2 and I love the hell out of them,.
He did a in and out track with L Black “Da East Coast Bully” out of Philly that created a crazy ass buzz on the internet. Then the following week later, he dropped “Riding Around Crippin” with the big homie Big Crypt over the 2 Chainz Spend It beat. That song was hot and it also let everyone know that Drag was loccing. Then the following week, he dropped Street Knock the remix with JadaKiss. After listening to all those tracks, I can honestly say Drag still go tit lyrically. God had truly blessed him with his gift to rhyme. I feel as though Drag is a role model to everyone that has a speech impediment .
We talked about him staying true to the rap game and not selling out and becoming a fad rapper. We spoke about him working with various artist and his new music. He even had his verse on Street Knock played a week ago on Hot 97. He even has Dj Prostyles and Dj Camilo pumping his shit in the clubs. Drag-On is coming back stronger than before. He even has a new website that Dj Far tweaked and took to the next level. I can honestly say that Drag-On has a strong supporting circle this go round. Listen to the interview and catch what you missed. Make sure you follow him on twitter @HellBoyElRoy1 Instagram drag_on1 Add him on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/dragbx and make sure to like his fan page https://www.facebook.com/hoodenvironmentrecords His Reverbnation page http://www.reverbnation.com/dragon1 Sound cloud http://soundcloud.com/drag-on1 And visit his brand new site www.drag-on2012.blogspot.com
This show was super fun. I had the big homie Big Crypt from Brooklyn, Ny repping UMC/Hood Environment/Fresh Gang in da building. I first heard of Big Crypt from Drag-On when he was telling me about the song called Crippin Iz Bacc. I went on Youtube to check out the video and I was impressed with the video having over 225,000 views with no promotions or anything. Then him and Drag-On did the song called “Riding Around Crippin”. that song was hot as fuck over the 2 Chainz beat “Spend It”.
Big Crypt will be the first to tell you that he isn’t rapper but he is very passionate about being a Crip and making Crippin music. He is very family oriented and has seen a lot in his life. He is about taking his movement to the next level. He is also true about not fucking with fake ass industry people. He understands that he cant always voice his opinion due the people close to him being in the industry. He most def has a story to tell and if you have time to listen to it, he will share it with you.
We got into his personal life and ladies you don’t have a chance with him. He is faithful to his current situation. He is a family man that believes in taking care of his home. I asked him all kinds of questions and his crazy ass had all kinds of answers for me. He is working hard in the studio to put out more Crip music for everyone to enjoy. I could go on and on talking about him but then you wouldn’t want to hear what he said on the interview. And anyone that knows me, knows that my black ass aint about to type the whole interview. Click the play button below and listen for yourself. I would really like to give Big Crypt a big ass shout out for all the love he shows Choclate City Radio. Once you listen to this show you will be laughing your ass of especially when I catch Shadow Loc up about Brooklyn niggas paying for pussy. Follow him on twitter @BigCrypt_FG Add him as a friend on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/coogi.crypt
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I was really excited about this show because the artist is really doing major shit on the mixtape circuit and online. I was introduced to him by rapper Drag-On when I was asked to help promote the single “Arson”. That song was a crazy as collab and I had to get him on the show. And with the name Da East Coast bully I had to see if he was bout that life. Lol and we had a crazy ass topic on the show about if your chick cheated on you, would you rather her fuck or suck his dick. I know me and my topics.
He called in and jumped right in the flow of the show. I think the tempo shocked him a little bit because my show is so un censored and the energy is very sexually positive. We talked to him about his career and how he started working with Dj White Owl. He told us it started with a song he put out called “How To Rob a Philly Nigga”. I must admit that title would have made me fuck with him because if Im walking around with him, I know he aint thinking about robbing me at the moment. That led to a good ass working relationship with one of the hardest unseen Dj in da industry. We talked about how he came to work with Drag-On and that was very interesting. They have another collab coming out real soon.
We talked about the Bully in his name. He told us the 5 top rappers he felt was whack. I had to respect him being honest and answering the question. If you wanna know who he named, I guess yo ass will listen to the show. Lol we talked about his bedroom skills. But yall know a bitch like me had to try him. I had to respect his gangsta about being honest with artist when they asked him about their lyrics. And he is team eat pussy. He stayed on the show till Blog Talk kicked our asses off. This show by far was one of my best this year. He said he would eb calling in to rock it out with us. He loved the show that much. There mos def will be a part 2. Follow him on twitter @Lblack_215. Like his fan page https://www.facebook.com/LBLACKDAEASTCOASTBULLY and check out his site http://bullysquaddjz.com Reverbnation https://www.reverbnation.com/lblackdaeastcoastbully
This show was a blast. We had Manny DeAnda, the lead singer from Pretty Ricky on the show. We had been on twitter all week long talking shit setting the tone for the show. I gave him several warnings that this radio interview would be like nothing he has ever experienced. But he was geared up and ready to go. Manny called in and we got shit popping real quick.
We played several of his tracks on the air and I must say I was very impressed with his voice. He can really sing his ass off. We talked about how he got started in the music business among freaky episodes from being on the road with Pretty Ricky. He kicked some real knowledge about what not to do when touring on the road and picking up stray females. He admit that he has had some groupie moments. I asked him a lot of questions that yall will have to listen to the broadcast to find out what he said. I can tell you we talked about the red drawers incident with Spectacular.
Once I played “Do Sumpin” that song had me feeling like I wanted to do sumpin. I swear listening to slow music gets me in da mood to fuck all night long. I should have had someone over while I did the interview. But that’s a different story. We really enjoyed having Manny on the show and he rode the fuck out of da choclate wave. Follow him on twitter @RealMannyDeAnda. And make sure to visit him on Reverbnation http://www.reverbnation.com/mannyemanueldeanda
This show was different with a crazy ass twist. I had the honor of having Mil Tickit on the show. Now here is some back ground on him before I get started with the rest of my entry. He is a 3 time Grammy winning producer signed to Bad Boys that also happens to rap, act and model. He has a long ass resume and his looks will make any woman stop dead in her tracks and look at him with a little sign of moist panties. But back to what I was saying. I hooked up with him thru Matha of M3PA Services and got him on the show.
I heard a lot about him while he was at the Mix Show Live in Dallas, Tx this month. I heard he had all the ladies going crazy. But when you are Mil Tickit, its easy to see why. We finally set some thing up for him to come and ride da choclate wave. He was in Atlanta doing an event which included playing basketball among other things. So he took time out of his busy schedule and spent it with me and Dahlia.
Once we got him on the line, I had made up in my mind to be good and fuck him up with my freaky ass questions. So I had a list of questions to ask him outside of my normal freaky ones. We were enjoying his answers and his personality. Then he starts talking to Tony Neal the founder of The Core Dj’s and I tell him to tell Tony hi. Then all hell breaks loose. I was left speechless on my own shit. It took me a minute to recover and get back to Mil, but I finished the interview without anymore damn pop-ups. Listen to the show to hear the craziness with them. Lol I must say it was very unexpected and amusing. Mil was very humble and dedicated to his supporters. He talked about his new single “Erybody Knows Me” and his big party June 1 with Dj Drama in Chicago. He has a lot of big things under way including being a underwear model for Hanes. I cant wait to see that, talk about eye candy for the ladies. Follow him @MilTickit.
The Choclate Love mixtape did so well with your support it has surpassed 22,000 plays! Now get ready for the new wave!
I just listened to this song called Home wrecker by LaJade on www.coredjs.com. The song was very nice and it made me think about a few things. Anyone that knows me or my radio show will be like Choc that's a good topic for you to talk about on Choclate City Radio.
There are so many questions and answers that surround that word. What makes someone a home wrecker? What is your definition of a home wrecker?
In the song she touches on not wanting to be a homewrecker and he needs to go home before the sun comes up. Makes you wonder what is going on at the crib. If your woman or man isn't taking care of home and you have given home several warnings and nothing doesn't change and you go out and find attention else where, is that person the home wrecker? Wouldn't make the person who isn't handling home the home wrecker? I'm just saying that if shit ain't right at home, then the wrecking started in the crib.
If home has a solid front then no one should be able to mess your situation up. And if someone steps out, why are they the ones we blame. If the person knows your situation then it becomes argumentative. But if the person knows you are in the situation its still a touchy subject because what if the person is pursuing you? So the song touched on one way of looking at the situation. She considers herself to be a home wrecker but is it because she was involved with a man knowing he has a home life? This topic is one of those that can go on and on.
I even went on twitter and asked the question what makes a person a home wrecker and the answers were mixed. Based on the answers I got last night, I decided to do my show about the topic. I played the song after I gave everyone some back ground information about the song, La'Jade and www.CoreDjs.com. Then me and Dahlia started in on the topic. My stand was a home wrecker doesnt necessarily mean its the person on the outside. I feel like its the person at home that decides to stop giving their mate what they need at home and causes them to look else where. You cant really blame the other person for fucking the neglected party. Some people arent always forth coming about their home situation. Now if the person is pursuing you knowing you have a home life, then that's a different story. Dahlia agreed with me and went on the give her thoughts on the matter.
But everyone who knows me and we talked about that and a whole lot of other stuff. We had men call in and give their point of view. While on the show, I tweet La'Jade and invited her on the show. So we have to do a part 2 so we can hear her story and take it from there. The show was so good last night, that we went past our alloted time and got kicked off. So for those of you that missed the show last night, I have included the player so you can listen to what you missed. Now what's your definition of a home wrecker?
Now it’s Choc Mami’s turn to answer about how she feels about Women’s Month:
How does it feel being an independent woman doing your own thing in 2012?
It actually feels good being able to do my own thing. I have had a lot of diversions in my life and I never dreamed I would be where I am right now. I feel like this is my season and everything I’m doing is already in my book of life. So I have no choice but to keep on achieving greater things and remaining independent.
What motivates you to help others?
My motivation is I was told I was too old to do adult radio entertainment and no one believed in me let alone helped open any doors for me. So I created my own lane and ran with it. I started everything after the age of 40. I feel like I am the role model for women wanting to pursue their dreams late in life. I go extra hard because people have put up an age barrier and it makes it harder for women my age to be taken seriously. And I love when women tell me how proud they are of me and they wish they had the courage to follow their own heart. So as long as God give me life I will continue to be motivation and inspiration to all of the women over the age of 40.
March is Women's month. How does that make you feel being honored?
I feel like anytime a woman is honored it’s an accomplishment. I feel we should be honored every damn day. We do so much in life and a lot of it goes unnoticed. Behind every man and behind the scenes is a good woman holding everything down. We are a vital part of everything going on in the world. Life started through us and that’s a very strong statement right there. Women hold so many families and businesses together. I feel everyday our worth increases. It’s just taking people a while for it to register.
Do you feel that it’s harder for a woman to prove herself in the business world?
It’s very hard for a woman to prove herself because we are living in a male dominated world. Men have called the shots for so long until they feel that we will never be their equal. I think that’s why I go so hard when it comes to my rights and enlightening women. We have to the power to do so much in life. We just need to open our eyes and take every good opportunity and manipulate that bad ones to our advantage!
As women we get this a lot, men feeling the need to test you with sexual advances to get certain doors opened.
How do you deal with that type of negativity?
I deal with that kind of fuckery a lot. And me being the type of person I am, I let a man know real quick that dick isn’t a motivating factor in my life. Everything thing I have accomplished, I have done it with relying on my brain power and the fact that I have good communication skills and being smart as hell. I pride myself on waking up and looking in the mirror and loving what I see. I can’t allow a man to be able to pull strings or call shots because I fucked him to get ahead. Because once you fuck once, you will have to keep on doing it for those doors to stay open. I will continue to struggle until I have paid my dues and God blesses me abundantly. Men approach me all the time with business opportunities and then when they throw dick into the equation and that's when I tell them to miss me with that bullshit.
What words of advice do you have for other women wanting to start their own business or doing their hearts desire?
I would say do your research and make sure it’s a good fit. Make sure you have the time to invest in yourself to productive and effective. Come up with a way to be original and stand out from the rest of the people doing what you are doing. Always create your own lane and make people drive to it how you want them to.
Do you consider yourself a role model and why?
Yes I do. The reason is because I’m not afraid to open my life up and share my past demons and present joys with women from all walks of life. I feel that I'm a role model because I’m a survivor of molestation and rape and I over came it to have a healthy sexual relationship. I learned how to channel all the negativity that happened in my life and find a happy medium. I spoke openly and freely about my sexuality to help other women to gain sexual confidence. I want to be a mouth piece for all women that have been victimized so that they can reach deep within themselves to have healthy relationships and sexual relations. I love the fact that I have been allowed the opportunity to give open and honest opinions about sex. You should never be afraid to express yourself sexually or in any other manner for fear of what people will think. No one can judge you nor does anyone know what you have been through. Once a person have walked in my shoes and endured all the hell and pain I have been through then they might be able to say a little something. But even then I still wouldn’t care. As long as God gives me breath and the outlet to speak up on being sexually open and advising women how to please themselves along with their mate, then I will continue to be a role model for every woman that wants to bring her inner freak out. So let's all be freaks together.
What advice would you give other women?
Don’t ever let anyone undermine your self worth; you have been someone ever since you were conceived. Remember that you were created to be beautiful inside and out. Always hold your head up and never let anyone still your joy. This is for all of my sisters that have been victims of abuse whether it was sexual or domestic. Let go and let God. You're a survivor for a reason and you can do anything you set your mind too. Trust me because I am a survivor of all the above and I took my life back and I’m stronger than ever. I f I could do it, so can you. I love you and happy women's month. We deserved this special month!
I would like to thank PM Wear for the 2 beautiful outfits they sent me for product placement in Choclate city Magazine. After the shoot was over, in reviewing the pictures i would say i look damn good in their line. Thank you for the opportunity to share your line with my Choclate City family.
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