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Showing posts from July, 2017

This is Flood!


1. What is a typical day/week like for you?
A typical day for me consists of thanking the LORD for waking me up headed to work, on lunch I usually write music and watch video game videos, I'm a nerd yo. Getting home recording then hitting the game up.  My week is mostly the same. I really be just working my ass Of and trying to relax on down time when I ain't on the game or doing music.

2. What personal advice would you give to someone wanting to pursue this career?
The advice I would give to someone trying to pursue Hip Hop is to stick wit it this is not just something to do this is a culture and a lifestyle. It gets rough as hell at times and I do mean rough but as long as u stick with it and stay true to your art, you'll be straight. And work hard at it. I mean hard.

3. How to book shows/ promote guests?
I work without a manager so I tend to network and jump at every opportunity to rock the stage. I book my shows by talking to hosts, venue owners, event thr…

Interview With Musical Sensation "Friiday"

It's Friiday!! 

 1. What is a typical day/week like for you?

A typical day or week for me varies on my surroundings and location. But for the most part they consist of a 8 hr. job shift, workouts, eating, meditation, working on music or  anything M.I.L.D related, communication with loved ones, & preferably 6 hrs. of dreaming.

2. What personal advice would you give to someone wanting to pursue this career?

There are many different suggestiomns I would give to someone pursuing this career. Me personally my biggest suggestion is to never give up no matter how many obstacles are in your way. Keep pushing because if you have love and passion for what you do you can't be stopped. No matter what it is music, acting, teaching etc....

3. How to book shows/ promote guests?

You can book shows by contacting the Mild offices at All promotions are prompt through all of the Mild social media outlets as list: Twitter: _RealMusicGroup; Instagram: MildUniversity; & F…

New Fugees Track?! Thank You Funk Flex!

Yesterday,  Hot 97's DJ Funkmaster Flex premiers what he called a brand new track from one of hip-hop's most elated groups, The Fugees.

The Fugees, whom hasn't released any music in over a decade, could we be expecting a reunion? 😳

Flex sure made us think so! He delivered a groundbreaking experience for music lovers everywhere, Come on! You know we all love The Fugees!

Later the queen "Ms. Lauryn Hill" confirmed that the song was an old track and possible could have been "leaked" 😦😠

But we got the chance to hear some rather fresh lyrics for an older track! What you think of this "new-old" track from The Fugees? Check It Out!

Report: Ball family set to star in their own reality show via Facebook

Ball Family  🏀🏀

The family of the undeniable "BIG BALLER BRAND" has been offered a reality TV show deal via Facebook. Months of media presence has garnered this family a shot at telling their story at viral uniqueness. Lavar Ball has been plastered across every major sports media platform for months promoting his sons and the highly publicized "BBB". Lavar's oldest son Lonzo was recently drafted in the 1st round of 2017 NBA Draft  to the Los Angels Lakers, something Lavar "spoke into existence" for years. Liangelo Ball has began his tenure at UCLA, following in his older brother footsteps. Liangelo is the middle child in this ballerific family, he has the potential to apply for the 2018 NBA Draft! Yeah that good. The youngest of the Ball brothers, Lemelo, plans to continue his dominance at Chino Hills the high school basketball powerhouse. One notable game of Lemelo's he scored over 100 points 😳 talking about balling! He's a lock to go to U…

Chris Bosh waves goodbye to Miami; What's Next?

The Last of the Miami-Era Big Three.

Chris Bosh has officially been waved by the Miami Heat.  According to Chris Bosh's time with the Miami Heat has concluded after weeks of discussion to part ways. The Miami Heat organization has announced that they will retire his No.1 jersey. "Chris changed his life and basketball career when he came to Miami," team President Pat Riley said. "And he changed our lives for the better, in a way we never would have imagined when he joined the Miami Heat. We will forever be indebted to CB for how he changed this team and led us to four trips to the NBA Finals and two NBA championships. He is, without a doubt, one of the greatest players in the history of the franchise." His legacy is still undefined, he shall have an opportunity to impact another major NBA team and once more compete at the highest level for another NBA World Championship.