I am not here today to debate the merits of the music of the White Girl Mob, which is made up of Kreayshawn, whom you already know I dig, DJ Lil Debbie and V-Nasty (pictured L to R). I’m here to tell you they’re kicking your ass when it comes to internet promotion. Actually I’m not just here to tell that to you, I’m here to show you how they’re doing it.
This song "Hollywood" is an exposure of an underlying trend that has secretly made it's way through the Hip Hop industry.
According to PH, "Man I have seen artist straight up walk past fans that made them what they are without one shred of acknowledgment. It's sad actually, the whole acting like your too busy to acknowledge a fan is played. Your not that important!
I have seen friends of mine [in the music business] act totally different when the machine is hot. I will never ignore a fan (friend) or treat those that I consider peers differently, because of my status in the game.
This is not a diss record. This is asking, "HEY!! Do you realize how you're acting is what you used to make fun of and be repulsed by, when you were struggling on the come up?"
This is not directed at any one person, but it is an eye opener. Take a look at yourself. If you find this offensive, then I'm right. You are truly 'Hollywood'."
The complete project "KNOW The LEDGE", a street album of all new exclusive original music from PH, will drop later this summer, on MCMI Records.
Brooklyn Hip Hop Fest '11 performer Eternia sat down with Brooklyn Bodega to discuss the importance of her stage show. Whether in a small venue or rocking a crowd of thousands, the Juno Award & Polaris Prize nominee breaks down barriers (figuratively & literally) with her passionate performances.