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MCMI Report: GMS on Fresh Juice Radio – KVRU 105.7FM Seattle

MCMI Report: GMS on Fresh Juice Radio – KVRU 105.7FM Seattle WA

MCMI Report: GMS on Fresh Juice Radio - KVRU 105.7FM Seatle WA

Forgot to mention I appeared as a special guest on the Fresh Juice radio show in Seattle Washington a few weeks ago, Episode #327. The show is heard on KVRU 105.7fm but is also archived for playback on demand on MixCloud.com/freshjuicepodcast.

Rainier Valley Radio/KVRU is a listener-sponsored public radio station whose mission is

“to inform, educate and entertain through locally created and community-supported programming. KVRU’s programming priorities are based on our mission and vision, reflecting principles of public interest and cultural diversity.”

The show is hosted by D-Money, Jazzy Red & Sage Prince. The Episode features new commercial and underground Hip Hop and R&B, including new music from Common, Yelawolf, the Weekend and of course the new singles from PH and Chordz Cordero, Fly Away and 3rd Stone Blues.

MCMI Report: GMS on Fresh Juice Radio - KVRU 105.7FM Seatle WA

The hosts discussed the Presidential debate and also talked with me (GMS) about the new MCMI releases plus video from the late great PH aka Pumpkinhead and Chordz Cordero. Of course I played their game show “What??” where they ask you five questions and you have to answer off the top with no pauses to think. Even though they said I did great I didn’t get any prizes! What’s up with that? Lol. Be sure to listen! Some of my answers might surprise you.

You can Download the show at https://www.mediafire.com/?xm8rq45w5jltc4p. If you want to be their next phone interview, contact: dbelles@live.com for music and inquiries and jazzyreddtheplug@gmail.com for Seattle area concert announcements.

Meanwhile back at MCMI we are setting up to relaunch our own MCMI RADIO, this time with a video format, coming soon, so stay tuned. You can catch up on the past episodes of MCMI RADIO when we were on BlogTalkRadio in association with 6thManRadio a couple years ago, here. Subscribe to our Youtube Channel to catch the new season, plus other music and interviews we put up from time to time.

And follow my channel on MixCloud if you don’t already, to hear my DJ mixes.

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MCMI Report: GMS on Fresh Juice Radio – KVRU 105.7FM Seattle WA

 

MCMI REPORT: BAD SEED “BELT OFF” (prod. NOTTZ) off Final Album COREYOGRAPHY]

BAD SEED “BELT OFF” (prod. NOTTZ)

BAD SEED - BELT OFF prod NOTTZ

The Bad Seed first leapt on the scene in the late 90′s as part of Makin’ Records roster, (which included the late great Pumpkinhead #ripPH). He released a few underground singles solo and with O.B.S (Seed, PH, Magnum P), with guest appearances by Jean Grae and others, but it was after he put out the phenomenal records he did with the producer NOTTZ, that Bad Seed started to garner acclaim and recognition as a major part of the East Coast Hip Hop movement. Those first few records included “Uhhnnh,” “Would You Luh Me?” and “For The Kids.”

uhhnnh bad seedFor the kides bad seed

With placements on both Funk Flex’s “The Mix Tape, Vol. IV” in 2000 and DJ Kay Slay’s “The Streetsweeper Vol. 2″ in 2004, Seed continued to put out self-produced mixtapes, drop albums on independent labels and make recordings with the Plague, all of which gained him a strong rep for quality music. When his close friend Mims made a splash with the hit record “This Is Why I’m Hot,” in 2007, Seed went on tour with him, supporting him as hype man and opening act. This is how Seed was able to release several dope independent products over the years, keeping his name out there, putting in consistently good work.

Then couple of years ago, Bad Seed, also known as Corey Pierson started acting in some online and straight to DVD movies, which he then was inspired to also write and direct. You can check out two of his film projects the Book of Job web movie and Thin Black Line (about police brutality and corruption), which actually got a theatrical release in upstate NY.

In 2015, the passing of his long time friend and former musical collaborator, PH, inspired Corey to pick up his mic once again and finish his long awaited final Hip Hop album, Coreyography, executive produced by PH. The album has gems on it, including songs featuring PH, MIMS, MIC HANDZ, JERZEY and MR. SHA, with production by VES, TONE JONEZ, NY BANGERZ , MARCO POLO, DP, DR NO and WILL TELL, but first out of the gate is this banger produced by NOTTZ! 

Disrespect I won’t tolerate or deal with
Especially if them muthafuckers still kids
I ain’t ya age lil nigga go do ya homework
I was bangin when niggas was wearin long shirts
I was whylin when niggas was really on turfs
Yep, when snitchin get ya sister and ya mom murked
I ain’t ya peer lil nigga go get ya daddy
He dont wanna fight he talkin ’bout ADD ME
Puttin it out there
It is what it is
Tell shorty respect his elders cuz i beat people’s kids!

Being a seasoned veteran, Seed takes shots at the disrespectful, talent lacking, younger generation, not of MC’s or artists, but just kids in general these days. He let’s them know, if they get outta line, the belt is coming off!! Lol. Hardcore with a wry sense of humor is what Seed was always known for and this project does deliver.  Full Album set to drop July 8, 2016.

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BAD SEED “BELT OFF” (prod. NOTTZ)

MCMI REPORT: The Return of MCMI RADIO! (VIDEO) #MCMIradio

MCMI REPORT: The Return of MCMI RADIO!
MCMI REPORT: The Return of MCMI RADIO!

MCMI RADIO: BAD SEED talks Thin Black Line & Police Brutality

Episode 1 – pt 1
MCMI RADIO: Real Hip Hop. Real Talk. Corey “BAD SEED” Pierson

For those who never knew about MCMI RADIO, it was launched Friday June 8th 2012, as part of the 6th Man Radio station (shout outs to Bad Seed), hosted on BlogTalkRadio. our first episode was MCMI RADIO: Real Hip Hop. Real Talk. Ep 1 “LYRICISTS LOUNGE” and continued for 50 straight episodes, until our final broadcast “MCMI RADIO: Ep 50 – Rock Steady Crew & End of the Weak”, on Friday, July 26th, 2013. The show was primarily hosted by myself (GMS) and my partner in MCMI, The Plague, Hydra and basically my brother from another mother, LR Blitzkrieg.

MCMI REPORT: The Return of MCMI RADIO!

Over the year, we featured co-hosts and special guests including PackFM, MrMecc, Poison Pen, PH (#ripPH), Wordsworth, D-Stroy, Tonedeff, Sha Stimuli, Masta Ace, Mazzi, Vicky Green, Substantial, Bad Seed, Billy Screem (TeamHOMI), Organik (KOTD), Sara Kana, Homeboy Sandman, Vice Verses (EOW), Kosha Dillz, Audible Doctor (BrownBagAllstars), Chordz Cordero, yU, Steph the Saphic Songstress, The MarXman, Angel “Sweetness” Garcia (Pro Boxer) and Novell “Black Taoist” Bell (ManUpStandUp / BET’s “IRON RING”), I Am Many, Jess James Figeroa, Swave Sevah (TeamHOMI), Bryan from theBeeShine, Keith “Wild Child” Middleton, Icon the Mic King, and Kevin “DJ Organic” Fitzgerald (Freestyle: The Art of Rhyme).

MCMI REPORT: The Return of MCMI RADIO!

After a year of doing the talk show live almost every week, LR Blitzkrieg and myself just couldn’t keep it up. The show took a lot of work, preparing, setting up interviews, getting crates ready. We needed to dedicate more of our time to the record label and to other aspects of MCMI, so we stopped doing the show.

Well, almost three years later – WE ARE BACK, BABY! This time the show will not be live and will not be weekly. It is now hosted on the MCMI YouTube Channel (Subscribe), which has MUCH better sound quality than BlogTalkRadio and will drop from time to time, whenever we have a good interview or something to talk about.

MCMI REPORT: The Return of MCMI RADIO!

All of the previous BlogTalkRadio shows are archived and can be found on MCMIreport.com/radio-archives. That will be considered “Season 1″. The new shows on Youtube are “Season 2″. Some will be mostly audio, with photos and video clips inserted throughout. Others will be full video format. New music and videos will occasionally be featured between segments of talk.

The new shows will be alternately hosted by MCMI’s GMS, LR Blitzkrieg, Keith WildChild Middleton, MrMecc and other artists affiliated with MCMIreport.com and MCMI Records. So, subscribe, listen, like, comment, share and stay tuned!!!

- GMS

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The Black Opera: “Queen of Hearts” feat. Mayer Hawthorne (Download + Video)

We’ve told y’all about Black Opera before, on MCMI RADIO, but some of y’all weren’t listening. Now’s your chance to redeem yourselves. The original was tough, but of course Oddisee kills it on the remix. This one comes with a damn good video as well. And its free! You can’t beat that! Props to MelloManMusicGroup.

Free Download The Black Opera: “Queen of Hearts” feat. Mayer Hawthorne
Album: The Black Opera “Libretto: of King Legend”

Black Opera - Queen of Hearts

@TheBlackOpera | @MayerHawthorne | @MelloMusicGroup | @GMS_MCMI | @MCMIreport

 

MCMI RADIO: “End of Days” Episode (12.21.12)

MCMI RADIO End of Days Ep

Every Friday, hosts GMS and LR BLITZKRIEG play new and classic music, interview special guests featured on MCMIreport.com, while listeners join in on the “real talk”, by calling 646-478-3599.

THIS Friday, December 21, 2012, will be our special “END OF DAYS” Episode. We know, the MAYANS predicted the world would end today, so you are all in your bunkers, with  nothing to do but wait and play on your computer, so why not enjoy some top quality online radio?

Today’s show will be broadcast live from 6pm to 8pm and be available on demand afterwards. Click the logo to get to the show.

We will be playing some brand new Hip Hop, like Big Sean’s “100″ ft. Kendrik Lamar + Royce 5’9, plus classics that go with our “END OF DAYS” theme, like PH’s “Anthem for the End of the World” ft Jean Grae, “24 Hours to Live” by The Lox, DMX, Black Rob and Ma$e, and so on.

We will also unveil the brand new PLAGUE song, TWELVE“ ft. HYDRA (GMS, LR BLITZKRIEG, WILDCHILD) x DOMINION (PACKFM, SUBSTANTIAL, MRMECC), which was recorded on 12.12.12 and dropped today, December 21st, 2012, at 12noon, simultaneously on MCMI Records & QN5 Music

Whether the world comes to an end or not, this will be the last MCMI RADIO of2012, as we will either be gone … or will be on vacation until the new year. If all goes well (with the world), we will return to the airwaves January 4th 2013, to talk New Year’s resolutions and play MCMI’s top 12 artists, top 12 songs and top 12 artists of 2012. Until then …

MCMI RADIO: Real Hip Hop. Real Talk.

@MCMIreport @GMS_MCMI @LR_BLITZKRIEG