The Roundtable Empire is proud to announce the unveiling of their new artist promotional packages, which are geared towards aspiring artists who are looking to gain more exposure.
“This is huge for local artists who are attempting to take their talents on the road,” said Ron Fisher, The Roundtable Empire owner and Editor-In-Chief.
“I’ve been looking for ways to better serve the area’s artists and I believe I have put something together that provides the most bang for the artist’s buck,” he said.
“I know all too well about the value of a dollar, and how it takes money to make money,” Fisher said. “The problem for most artists is that they have little to no budget, but the ambition and passion to take them to the next level.
“The Roundtable Empire will now offer promotional packages for as low as $100, there’s literally something for everyone.”
The Roundtable Empire’s official DJ, Money Over Everything (M.O.E.), is back with another mixtape guaranteed to get you up out of your seat. This time around the “get down” general is serving a summer dish just in time to cap the season off.
On this project by DJ M.O.E. you’ll hear some of your favorite old school jams that will quickly remind you of childhood cookouts with some of your closest friends and family.
Checkout the tracklist below and contact us today to find out how you can get your copy.
Also be on the lookout for much more from DJ Money Over Everything as he is set to drop several mixtapes before year’s end.
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Pennsylvania rapper Young Ledgen has put the city of Johnstown on his back as he has dropped video after video in the last few months, all culminating with the release of his anticipated mixtape, Signed to the Bank.
His latest visual, “Destined to Shine,” is yet another look at one of the bangers on his current project. The video is dope and the track speaks for itself. Check out the visual to “Destined to Shine” below and listen to Signed to the Bank above.
60 East has taken his talents on the road and he’s now back with new product. The California emcee is delivering a fresh installment of his dope project The Freeway Series, and gives Hip Hop heads a sample of his work with his new visual for “Almost There.”
60 East takes viewers on tour with him to Europe in “Almost There,” which is also the lead single to his upcoming release The Freeway Series Vol 2: Cruise Control. The video begins with 60’s appearance at the 15th annual Hip Hop Kemp Festival, then continues with scenes from his recent European tour, traveling through the continent and performing in various countries.
“Almost There” and the rest of the EP is produced in its entirety by long time friend and collaborator Phil The Pain.
Listen to The Freeway Series Vol 2: Cruise Control, which is available exclusively for free on 60’s website sixtyeast.net.
The Roundtable Empire’s official DJ, DJ M.O.E. (Money Over Everything), drops off his debut mixtape Brolic Files Vol. 1.
The new project touts over 25 bangers that include all-new music and exclusives from your favorite Hip Hop artists.
“All you have to do is hit play and the cd takes it from there,” said Ron Fisher, The Roundtable Empire’s Editor-in-Chief/Owner. “This is the type of mixtape that is good from the beginning to the end…it never eases up.”
Contact us today to get your copy of DJ M.O.E.’s Brolic Files Vol. 1.
“My skill level is a little more advanced than the next,” DJ M.O.E. said. “When you pay somebody to do a party for you, you want that person to actually DJ and not just press a button and let a playlist rock while he’s drinking and enjoying the party like he’s one of the guest, I have a problem with that, it’s actually a pet peeve of mine — I think that’s what sets me a part — I’m not your jukebox DJ.”
“I wan’t my mixtapes to be timeless, so I do this like the DJ’s I idolize and look up to. When DJ’s like Kid Capri, Brucey B, and Ron G came into the game, they changed the game, and that’s what I’m trying to do — I’m trying to change the game.”
Staten Island emcee Hanz On is working hard to rejuvenate Hip Hop and supply listeners with that vintage New York sound, all while focusing on his label Hanz On Music Entertainment (H.O.M.E.) — which will be releasing Method Man’s new album — Meth Lab 2: The Lithium.
The Wu-Tang Clan affiliated rapper recently dropped his final album, BARCA. The new project is filled completely with heat and features collabs with Ghostface, Raekwon, Method Man, and more.
“One of my personal favorites is ‘Hate My Hood.’ I felt like that song had a lot of substance to it,” Hanz On said. “A lot of this song is reality for me.”
Other stand out tracks on the album include “Smoke Like We Do” and “Big Sky.”
Hanz’ relationship with the Wu is evident in his music.
“We grew up together, or they see me grow up,” Hanz said. “When I started doing positive things they came out to support me.”
After several run-ins with the law and multiple brushes with death, Hanz On transitioned from the man he used to be, to the emcee we know today. He credits his transformation to Method Man, Raekwon, and other members of the Wu-Tang Clan.
“You can never take nothing away from the pioneers,” he said, “you always got to show the people who pioneered this shit for you and made the runway for you gratitude and respect.”
Hanz calls his relationship with the Clan a little brother/big brother type of thing.
“The hard part is just you know, as far as the writing aspect of it, trying to keep up,” Hanz said. “It’s hard trying to keep up, but I’m comfortable around dudes.”
The New York native describes his sound as having a New York edge to it.
“I like to say that I have a New York element to me, that’s why I never really tried to explore all the new shit coming out, you know trap music and shit like that,” Hanz said.
“I kind of look at that music as a down south type of sound. I just want to keep that New York edge at all times.”
“Not that I’m talking down on that music, I just can’t get into it. It’s different, but dudes is doing what they do.”
“I can’t get into the throwing my money in the club an shit like that, I can’t get into that whole wave,” he said. “My wave was shoeboxes and safes, and saving your money…that’s where I came up at. So fast-forward now, my shit is about bank accounts and savings and checkings.”
As you can tell by now, Hanz is all about his business. The emcee turned label exec is very optimistic about where Hip Hop is taking him and also the future of his label.
“We got U-God’s son in the studio, we got Meth’s nephews in the studio, so we got a lot coming for the end of this year going into next year,” he said.
He noted that Method Man’s new album, Meth Lab 2: The Lithium, will be dropping on his label, Hanz On Music Entertainment, in August.
“Everybody stay close to me…we got a lot going on.”
Check out the latest visual by Hanz On, “Big Sky,” featuring Method Man below.
Philadelphia emcee Journalist is a rapper who has been around the block a couple of times. We recently caught up with the Hip Hop vet and he opened up to us about his rap career and so much more. It was great to see the emcee get candid when speaking about the advice he had for others who are trying to make their way onto the Hip Hop scene.
Journalist took time while in the studio to not only give some great advice, but to also talk about his time with the legendary Motown Records, his relationship with fellow wordsmith Canibus, and what he’s up to now.
Check out this exclusive interview with “Phillies Own” Journalist and be sure to share your thoughts below.