Now available in our online store! Issue 18 featuring Nems, Bakeman Global, Michael Monsivais, Devante Myles, Springfield George and much much more!
FM: Dot Mob is a big movement especially down in Harlem. Actually the birth place of Felon Magazine is out of Harlem. Where do you see yourself in the next three years as far as rapping? US Bay: As far as rapping I want to see myself as one of the greats to come out of Albany. I’m putting my city on the map. Forget the fame- like if the […]
Composed of several acts including First Lady Dennie Diamondz, Benji Buckz, Black Diamonds, Interstate Fresh, Flee McVain, Top Notch and others, Grind Hard is a New York-based organization with aims of shifting the hip hop culture in 2016 and beyond. And although the crew was birthed in The Big Apple, Grind Hard CEO T. Money […]
Growing up in a predominantly female household, Kyah gained an early appreciation for R&B music. However, in and around school, she experienced and enjoyed the rap and hip-hop genre with friends and classmates. The athletically gifted young lady was a standout on the basketball court and it looked as though the WNBA might be in […]
You’re in such a different classification of what a rap artist is, from style to flow. Where did the Skanks the Rap Martyr persona come from? The name Skanks originally comes from a dance called “The Skank” that I learned growing up, it was the only dance I knew how to do when I was […]
Timothy: Who was the inspiration behind that track, I know it has to be a shorty behind that. TM: Nah, to be honest with you when I was locked up I was reading a lot of those black novels, by Zane and all that, and just from reading it I realized just how intriguing that is. So I’m like if you can articulate […]
Timothy: Tell us a little bit about what’s going on now with Young M.A. and what you up to right now. Young M.A: Right now, we’ve been doing a lot of shows out of town, out of state. We’ve been in the South a lot lately, from Atlanta to Texas, North Carolina. Right now, I’ve got the project called SleepWalkin’ dropping and I’m also […]
Raised in one of the most infamous parts of the South Bronx, Young Cutta gained a strong connection with music at an early age. At the age of ten he would rap for friends and family and by the time he was thirteen, he was recording in major studios and performing at open mic nights […]
Jeshaze: What track finally caught fans attention? Sky: I would say Oye opened the doors for me in certain in places and right now I have a record called By the Load, produced by Roy Roza. Be prepared to see and hear this record all over the place, we gonna grind the shit out of […]
Rising Rap Star Young MA holding up Felon Magazine! She appears in Issue 13 in our shop and on newstands now!