Posts Tagged ‘grind’

Heat Exclusive: Meet Super Producer BlaqnMild

Saturday, May 9th, 2015
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Relentless pursuit of man’s greatest dream describes the demeanor of New Orleans eclectic producer, BlaqnMild.

If you’ve been following rap music in New Orleans and around the globe, you’ve heard the famous tag, “BlaqnMild you a genius” in the background of several blossoming artists such as 89 Boys, Partners N Crime, Lady Dahlia, Calliope Var, Devious, Skip & Six Ward Pook, Detroit, and many more.

Anchoring hip hop in its incumbent form as well as creating the “beat” for bounce legends Big Freedia and the late Magnolia Shorty, Adam “BlaqnMild” Pigott stays on his grind.

As a result, he’s been busy making major moves with music mogul Master P.  Blaq has produced a plethora of hits with the “colonel” including a surprising collaboration “Power” featuring Lil Wayne, Master P, and Money Mafia of No Limit Forever.

In the midst of all these accolades, BlaqnMild has created solo projects along the way. One of his earlier singles, “Birthday” featured Princess of Crime Mob.  From there, he went on to produce hits such as “Favorite Girl”, “Let Me Find Out”, “You Sleep Out Here feat Kevin Gates”, “Booty Bop”, “UptownDowntown” and more.

As the professional culture of hip hop calls BlaqnMild in to work earnestly, he returns with his new single, “Feel Special”. Check it out on soundcloud.

HTTPS://m.soundcloud.com/blaqnmildthegenius/special

 

 

 

 

 

People Raid Abandoned Doritos Truck Stuck In Snowstorm

Sunday, November 23rd, 2014

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Earlier this week, the city of Buffalo, NY, was blanketed by 6 feet of snow, which is the metric equivalent of, “Oh my God why does that much snow exist in the first place?”

This certainly isn’t the first time the lake effect has caused life in the city to grind to a halt, and over the years, people have figured out a few ways to cope with the inclement weather.

I personally think “drinking inside until everything blows over” is the best tactic, but it’s certainly not the only one.

I’m not going to act like I know the story behind this picture, and while the witnesses described the act as “stealing,” I’m just going to assume the people photographed raiding a Doritos truck were getting food for the inhabitants of a combination orphanage and dog pound somewhere on the outskirts of town.

You could argue that they’re shameless criminals taking advantage of a state of emergency, but I like my narrative better.

Rapper Tre-G is showing us how it feels to really live

Sunday, July 13th, 2014

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To say Uptown New Orleans rap artist Tre-G has been putting in work, would be an utter disservice to his hustle. His grind is killing the game.

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As of late, Tre-G has been EVERYWHERE. He is working in the studio, making videos, doing shows, and keeping his brand in your face. Given his hard work and consistency, it won’t be long before he becomes a household name. He has certainly learned “the business” of the music business, which is, as any musician should know, 90% of the business. Tre-G has the talent portion down too, so the recipe is there and he is cooking!

Visit Tre-G’s website: http://bentboymusic.com/

Follow his people and him on social media:

Instagram

@Tre_gjustdoit
@FlshMobb_Studios

Twitter

@iamtreg
@FlashMobbStudios

Check out his sneak peek video for the upcoming project, “U Alive I’m Liv’n” (video production by Flash Mobb Studios):