Posts Tagged ‘Big Ramp’

‘REAL RAP LIVES’: Free Mixtape Download From #NOUE

Wednesday, January 18th, 2012

The New Orleans Union of Entertainment All-Stars (NOUE) has done it again. Capturing the industry’s attention & making them stand up & take notice, the NOUE has released yet another mixtape, this one entitled “Real Rap Lives“.

Real Rap Lives” is the seventh in the NOUE‘s mixtape series & the first of 2012. It features some of the industry’s finest artists, including Curren$y, Fiend, Da U Boys, Strait Jigg, Marcy, Jay Jones, Ms. Tee, Lokee, Majesty Sozay, Mystikal featuring Cise, TNC Boys, Redd featuring Poizon Ivy, Chedda Man, the world famous Ghetto Twinz, Big Ramp, Dee-1, Kunta Fly Snooka, & more.

Check out the tracklist from the all-star lineup and CLICK HERE FOR YOUR FREE DOWNLOAD!

01. Bars-Jay Jones
02. Beat A Hoe Down-Ms. Tee
03. Slutbucket-Marcy
04. Months-Lo Kee
05. Cuttas-Strait Jigg
06. Plot Music-Currensy
07. The Streets Aint Safe-Fiend
08. Nite Rider-Da U Boys
09. Where U Are-Majesty Sozey
10. Get Used Ta Me feat. Mystikal-CiseHD
11. Deuces (Freestyle)-TNC Boys
12. Real Wit Me feat. Poizon Ivy-Redd
13. Switch Sides-Big Ramp
14. Thousand-Chedda Man
15. Money Talk (Remix) – Ghetto Twiinz
16. I’m Gone-Majesty Sozey
17. Its My Turn-Dee-1
18. Uncle June feat. Magnolia Militia and Deezy-Kunta Fly Snooka

New Orleans Union Of Entertainment All Stars-Real Rap Lives @NOUE1 @Deviousontwitt

Featuring: Fiend, Currensy, Ms. Tee, Da U Boys, Ghetto Twiinz, Jay Jones, Majesty Sozey, Marcy, Redd, Lokee, Chedda Man, and more





    Sunday, January 15th, 2012

    New Orleans Union of Entertainment (NOUE) All-Stars strike again, with their 7th mixtape and the first of 2012 – from the coldest mixtape series ever, featuring Da U Boys, Magesty Sozay, Jay Jones, Ms. Tee, Fiend, Marcy, Strait Jigg, Big Ramp, Redd, and many, many more.

    Check out the commercials (Parts 1 & 2) – stay tuned for a link to the download!

    DJ KUTT MASTER SLIMM: Energizing the Music World

    Sunday, December 18th, 2011

    “Get yo music game up on dis ting ting.” – Definition DJ Kutt Master Slimm

    Meet DJ Kutt Master Slimm – born and raised in New Orleans’ 9th Ward, he is a prime example of the talent derived from that section of New Orleans.

    Kutt Master Slimm began his career at the tender age of 14, starting out with a group of DJs called “The WolfPack” – a group that included infamous DJs Wild Wayne and DJ Slab 1, both of New Orleans’ most popular urban station, Q93.

    When Kutt Master Slimm turned 18, he joined the group “High Fidelity” with his mentor and best friend, World Famous DJ Ro. That pivotal point in Kutt Master Slimm’s career sealed his fate as a rising star in the hip hop world.

    Kutt Master Slimm is a true mixologist who is affiliated with the Definition DJs, but he is also a businessman in his own right.

    CEO of Kruga House, Inc., Kutt Master Slimm is also a producer and composer who recently dropped a highly anticipated mixtape that made its debut Bayou Classic weekend. One of the singles on Kutt Master Slimm’s mixtape is “Good Game”, a hot song by New Orleans’ own Big Ramp featuring Willie. Kutt Master Slimm produced “Good Game” and it is currently getting spins on Q93.

    Kutt Master Slimm also serves as producer for a plethora of other artists out of New Orleans, Baton Rouge, Atlanta, California, and even Moscow, Russia. He is a true example of what DJs and producers do to take music worldwide – literally.

    You can check Kutt Master Slimm out weekly during his internet radio show on His show is called “Da Broila Room” and it airs Mondays at 8 p.m. CST.

    The Heat recently caught up with DJ Kutt Master Slimm and we are proud to be able to let our readers hear from him:

    THE HEAT MAGAZINE: What sets your music apart from others?

    DJ KUTT MASTER SLIMM: My attribute in music is to relax the soul with my sounds and styles and to give people a unique flavor.

    THE HEAT MAGAZINE: If you weren’t into music, what would you be doing?

    DJ KUTT MASTER SLIMM: If I was not into music, I’d be lost (LAUGHS). No, I would probably be a chef.

    THE HEAT MAGAZINE: Where do you see hip hop headed in the next 10 years?

    DJ KUTT MASTER SLIMM: I see hip hop headed into a new atmosphere, but I wish it would go back to songs with meanings.

    THE HEAT MAGAZINE: What projects do you currently have in the works?

    DJ KUTT MASTER SLIMM: Right now, I’m working on my mixtape, “Spinn City”, plus projects for Big Ramp,Macniffy,Tim Thugga,Big Nounk, & Lil Pocasset, just to name a few – five albums and seven mixtapes.

    THE HEAT MAGAZINE: What advice do you have for younger DJs just starting out?

    DJ KUTT MASTER SLIMM: To keep reaching for your goals and don’t let anybody tell you that you can’t make it happen. Always put God in everything you do and your blessings will come forward.

    EDITOR’S NOTE: DJ Kutt Master Slimm is yet another example of the endless talent coming out of the New Orleans, Louisiana area. Make sure to check out and support his music on Reverb Nation at or get at him on Twitter – @kuttmasterslimm.


    Friday, November 25th, 2011

    New Orleans Union Of Entertainment All Stars return with their sixth and final mixtape installment for 2011 – and it promises to be a memorable one.

    Remember Louisiana” is destined to be another NOUE All Stars classic, and ironically enough, it is being released just in time for the infamous Bayou Classic.

    Remember Louisiana” features Curren$y, Juvenile, Rick Ross, Fiend, Street Wiz, Level, Mystikal, Mouse, Boosie, Webbie, Lil Cali, Trey Songz, Smoke DZA, Trademark Da Skydiver, Young Roddy, Sir Michael Rocks, Devious, Ice Mike, Da U Boys, Strait Jigg, Redd, Poizon Ivy, 89 Boyz, Majesty Sozey, Ghetto Twiinz, Twelly, Marcy, Big Ramp, The Flamez, Phil Mac, and Bonka.

    Remember Louisiana” is a true representation of the 504, 225 and 985, area codes in Louisiana that have produced some of the most prolific, legendary and talented urban artists anywhere in the country.

    Released on Friday, November 25, 2011, “Remember Louisiana” is already demonstrating its prowess, based on the number of downloads and listens it has already had. “Remember Louisiana” is another highly awaited mixtape being released following the amazingly successful album, Tha Shutdown by Da U Boys and ahead of Strait Jigg’s ‘Ova Ya Dome’ December mixtape release and Devious’ upcoming 2012 album.

    Follow the New Orleans Union For Entertainment on Twitter @NOUE1 or on its website at



    1.         Corvette Doors – Curren$y

    2.         Power – Juvenile featuring Rick Ross

    3.         Street Lights – Fiend featuring Street Wiz

    4.         Dumb D – Level featuring Mystikal & Mouse

    5.         Tear It Down – Boosie & Webbie

    6.         Let Me Die – Lil Cali featuring Trey Songz & Smoke DZA

    7.         1st Place – Curren$y featuring Trademark Da Skydiver, Young Roddy & Sir Michael Rocks

    8.         Black Shirt, Black Shoes, Black Jeans – Devious

    9.         Pick It Back Up – Da U Boys

    10.       Money is Da Motivation – Redd & Poizon Ivy

    11.       Dream Girl – 89 Boyz

    12.       Go HAM – Strait Jigg featuring 17th Snoop of Da U Boys

    13.       Matter of Time – Majesty Sozey

    14.       Bring It Over Here – Devious featuring Da U Boys

    15.       Beat A B*tch Down – Ghetto Twiinz featuring Trelly

    16.       Little Red Cup – Marcy

    17.       Headflat – Big Ramp

    18.       After Party – The Flamez featuring Phil Mic & Bonka

    19.       Giving You G – Ice Mike

    BIG RAMP: “1 Clap (She Do It)” (OFFICIAL VIDEO)

    Saturday, October 22nd, 2011

    Check out Big Ramp’s official video for “1 Clap (She Do It)”.


    Saturday, October 22nd, 2011
    If ever there was an individual who has his hand in just about every aspect of the entertainment industry, that is Big Ramp.
    Rapper, radio and television personality, star of his own show BigRampTV as well as popular and long running hip hop show Phat Phat n All That, mentor, and wrestler – yes indeed, the man’s been busy folks and it doesn’t seem like his schedule will slow down any time soon.
    In fact, Big Ramp is preparing for the upcoming release of his new mixtape, “Red City Deluxe Edition“, among countless other projects.
    We recently caught up with Big Ramp and here’s how the conversation went:
    THE HEAT MAGAZINE: Tell us about the mixtape project.

    BIG RAMP: Well, it’s called “Red City Deluxe Edition”. It’s me reintroducing myself to my fans and introducing myself to newer listeners over banging tracks.
    THE HEAT MAGAZINE: Are there any other artists featured on it?

    BIG RAMP: Yes, I have a lot of big features, but you gotta get the mixtape to see who’s on this one.
    THE HEAT MAGAZINE: What else are you working on?

    BIG RAMP: Well, I’m recording my album, doing joint projects with Dj Slab 1, Polo Tee, Big Face, Fog, Team Vixen, DJ Kutmaster Slimm, NOUE, and more. After “Red City Deluxe Edition”, I will release seven other solo mixtapes, five films, continue to shoot Phat Phat N That and BigRampTV, continue writing for other artists, continue mentoring up and comers and taking this music back to where it needs to go, and my in ring wrestling debut is to be announced.

    THE HEAT MAGAZINE: What can we expect to see from Ramp in the future?
    BIG RAMP: In the future, I plan to distinguish my brand of entertainment back on the proper platform.
    EDITOR’S NOTE: Big Ramp is a prolific and talented entertainer whose brand is only growing by the day. Stay tuned and make sure to download “Red City Deluxe Edition.” Big Ramp, we salute you as one of the hardest working men in the industry. Keep representing us well!

    Check Out ‘Industry Shady’ by Big Ramp (VIDEO)

    Thursday, September 29th, 2011

    Check out “Industry Shady” by one of The Heat‘s favorite entertainers out that 504, Big Ramp.

    (EXCLUSIVE) N.O.U.E. Releases Special Edition 2011 Essence Festival Mixtape

    Wednesday, June 29th, 2011

    Get your copy of the N.O.U.E. Mixtape

    New Orleans probably has the largest concentration of musical talent, as any place on earth. The newly formed New Orleans Union for Entertainment (N.O.U.E.) will be releasing a Special Edition Essence Festival Mixtape later this week, just in time for the 2011 Essence Music Festival.

    The mixtape will feature New Orleans area rap artists, including cuts from Partners-N-Crime, Devious, Big Ramp, Da U Boys, Jack Spratt, The Legendary DJ Erv, Mr. Magic, Sess 4-5, Magnolia Chop, and a host of other artists.

    The mixtape is being featured on over fifty websites and will be available locally through N.O.U.E. members and at venues near the Essence Festival.

    Though the N.O.U.E. has only been in force for a short while, it has already served to bring together artists, comedians, members of the media, DJs, models, promoters, and other individuals in the entertainment world, in an effort to elevate the New Orleans entertainment industry to a new high.

    The N.O.U.E. movement is growing daily and with the release of the mixtape, the coalition hopes to aggressively promote its mission at the upcoming Essence Festival. Guided by veteran members including Mr. Meana and Kango Slim of Partners-N-Crime and Devious, the N.O.U.E. is poised to take New Orleans entertainment to a much higher level, locally, regionally and nationally.

    Check out the slideshow below for a taste of what’s to come and make sure to get your copy of the mixtape as soon as it becomes available.

    (EXCLUSIVE) Interview with The Flossaholic Himself, Big Ramp (VIDEO)

    Friday, June 17th, 2011

    Kenneth "Big Ramp" Wade

    “Big Ramp is an innovative lyricist. I have been a fan, as well as a supporter, ever since he was on Soul Train back in the ‘G’. His hit single, “Respect My Mind,” shows his compassion for success. The “Good Game” single is a good feel song, just in time for Summer!” – The Legendary DJ Ro

    He’s host of the hit show ‘Phat Phat n’ All That, one of the most popular and longest running hip hop television shows in the country. He’s a songwriter, actor, radio personality, and social media star – and his lengthy resumè even includes pro wrestler. He’s probably been photographed on more red carpets, with more celebrities than just about any other celebrity in this country. Who does this describe? If you know anything about the Down South music game, You Tube or New Orleans’ own Q93, you know this is Big Ramp.

    FLOSSAHOLIC: One who is addicted to reppin’ his ice (i.e. chains, rings, bracelets, stunna shades, etc.) (

    The self-described flossaholic is most definitely a force to be reckoned with – he’s had the lyrical game tied down for a hot minute – and he’s taken the role of TV host to a whole other level.

    The Heat Magazine was fortunate enough, in conjunction with Ms. LaJoan Williams of DREAM MANAGEMENT, to catch up with Big Ramp long enough to cop an interview. Suave and debonair, Big Ramp killed the interview in his usual style:


    You can follow Big Ramp & Phat Phat n’ All That at:!/BIGRAMP504!/bigramp

    Gnarlie Sheen – ‘Drugs Again’ Parody by Big Ramp (VIDEO)

    Sunday, March 27th, 2011

    New Orleans based marketing genius, Strait Jigg

    The Heat Magazine closely follows Strait Jigg’s blog, LikeABigDawg.

    We often find unique & interesting posts on his blog & recently came across this one you won’t want to miss. It’s a parody video by New Orleans‘ own Big Ramp.

    Follow StraitJigg on Twitter – @StraitJigg.