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From growing up in a “woke” household and becoming a Spelman woman to touring with Janelle Monae, opening for PJ Morton and having her debut album, ‘It’s Just Art‘ hit #4 on the iTunes R&B charts, A$H. is one of those rare artists making their own lane and looking dope while doing it.

Which is why she’s got next in our 2019 interview series. With a unique sound of genre-blending synth-pop and urban music, infused with 80’s nostalgia, A$H. is well on her way to going down as legend. Check in below for her story, insight on ‘It’s Just Art‘ and how just how important self-care is to the creative process. Right now and only on Hype Off Life

** Photo credit: @alliehine + @lennoxave

How does your upbringing influence your sound today?

I grew up in a very musical home. My mother is an incredible singer. In fact, when she was 18 she was solicited by Nina Simone and Max Roach to go on the road with them for exposure, but her parents said no. She opened for Eddie Kendricks and Jerry Butler when they performed in her city and she sang on so many notable stages that I would end up turning this interview over to her. So, yes, I began singing very early. Pop, soul, funk, country, all genres were blasting through the speakers at home. That was my introduction to music. She was my first influence.

When did you know you were made for music?

I knew I was made for music when I was around 8 or 9 years old. I started girl groups and sang locally. I scanned phone books for numbers to record labels and managers. I was mentally, in it like a manager.  I had the bones for the business as a kid.

“I’m honored and proud to be a Spelman woman”

– A$H.
I know you’re into self-care. What impact, if any does it have on your creative process?

Self-care is very important. I’m wired differently. If I don’t give my mind and body an outlet to sweat or meditate or read, I don’t know how I’d stay sane. I have to check in with myself. I have to recharge and refresh in order to be re-inspired to create more music and live my best life.

Out of all the colleges you could’ve gone to, what influenced your decision to attend Spelman?

When I was a freshman in high school, I told my mom I wanted to visit Spelman College. I grew up in a very “woke” home so I was aware of the #1 HBCU and as a teen, my goal was to graduate and connect with the level of black excellence that came out of Atlanta. When my mother drove me to Atlanta, I was mesmerized. The campus was stunning, sprinkled with the most beautiful black women who were the next doctors, lawyers, engineers, authors, artists, activists and the list goes on.

Shout out to my Spelman sister Stacey Abrams. The ladies had so much class and edge. It was my Wakanda experience in a sense. I went back to school after that visit, made a 4.2 gpa and applied.  I was honored and delighted on my acceptance, as it’s a private college and highly competitive. Graduated 4 years later having had a full scholarship, sisters for life and an experience I couldn’t have dreamed up. So, I’m honored and proud to be a Spelman woman.

What’s the biggest thing you learned while touring with Janelle Monae for several years?

Touring with Janelle Monae for years was a beautiful experience. I watched her walk and perform in her truth, and like a family we followed her as she shared her story with the world. I’m so grateful to have had that opportunity and one of the beautiful things I admire about her is her authenticity and unapologetic fearlessness.

” Art is broad and I feel I was able to hit many different vibes within the album”

– A$H.
The Living Room Tour, where you performed in eclectic homes to connect intimately with your fans was a dope idea! What sparked it?

As an independent artist, I’ve learned to be resourceful. I decided to pick 6 cities, gas up a Suburban and take my band on the road. I thought, if I could fill up some living rooms, I then create my own venues. I was able to see who was vibing with the music. I had a few friends volunteer their living rooms and it just took off from there. All I wanted to do was connect with fans.

Aside from your debut album ‘It’s Just Art’ cracking #4 on the iTunes R&B charts, what has the response been like in real life?

Going #4 was so dope. The love that is being shown is amazing! I definitely feel like I’m dreaming. People have been sharing their favorite songs from the album via social media. Listeners are really looking forward to the live show and I can’t wait to share the album on stage.

What type of vibes were you going for with the project?

This album was really all about letting myself go. I wanted to expose every aspect of my voice, from rhyming to R&B to pop. An album gives you that space to really explore within whatever story you’re telling. I wanted people to feel a mood, want to dance, get in their bag, everything. We’re all multidimensional. Art is broad and I feel I was able to hit many different vibes within the album, yet remain true to my perspective and voice as the artist people were first exposed to years ago.

” If I don’t give my mind and body an outlet to sweat or meditate or read, I don’t know how I’d stay sane”

– A$H.
Overall, where do you want to take your career?

To the moon.

You have many accolades behind your name, yet remain so humble about it. What keeps you grounded?

It’s a luxury to do what I’m doing.  I could’ve been dealt a hand that wouldn’t allow me to pursue a career in music. I know that I’m blessed and the fact that I’ve been granted this life keeps me extremely grateful and grounded.

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Los Angeles based music producer, DJ Chopp-A-Lot was born and raised in Lake Charles, Louisiana and began his pursuit of a music production career in 2008. Along with his musical roots in the church and his high school marching band, Chopp quickly fell in love with music production after seeing his gym teacher using FL Studio during class.

Along with the regional artists Chopp has worked with over the years, he most recently produced the newest single, “Feenin,” for R&B artist Cupid, the creator of the Cupid Shuffle. In August of 2018, DJ Chopp-A-Lot was selected by DJ Mustard and Big Sean to be a semifinalist contestant in the Remy Martin Producer Series, in Houston, Texas.

Now, after relocating to Los Angeles just a few short months ago, Chopp-A-Lot is continuing to build his brand, clientele, and fanbase. In mid-January, he along with friend and guitar player, Nyieki Ruiz, released an instrumental EP entitled, ‘Take 2,’ laced with striking guitar chords & innovative music production. With his growing name, versatility, & constant evolving sound, DJ Chopp-A-Lot is working to be the world’s next big hitmaker. Get to know the budding musician below, where you’ll learn more about networking for artists, the influence of Houston’s Hip Hop scene on his career and how he got his name: DJ Chopp-A-Lot.

How did you come up with the name DJ Chopp-A-Lot?

I used to DJ a lot and I had a cousin who was supportive of that. When it came to having a DJ name, he was just throwing out funny names, and DJ Chopp-A-Lot stuck with me. You could say it was inspired by Rap-A-Lot Records.

What Instrument(s) did you play while in the High School Band? 

I was on the trumpet mostly, and I played bass drums for a year.

When you were growing up, which albums had the most impact on the way you write? 

I was paying attention to the music in the Houston scene so, DJ Screw and his Screw tapes had an impact. Z-Ro and Trae Tha Truth’s music also made an impact. Their raw styles were very different and inspiring. I was also into Gospel music, R&B, and anything just made me think and create outside the box.

How do you feel about streaming these days?

Streaming is cool, I’d like it to be better though in terms of helping artists grow their audience even more.

So, you’re in LA now. What influenced your decision coming from Louisiana to Los Angeles?

Just better opportunities really. Coming to LA, I just want to be able to expand out here and collaborate with as many people as possible including the big names. If the need arises for me to move again, then I’ll make it happen.

How do you network for collabs? What’s your process?

They say consistency is key. So, I was staying consistent on YouTube and Instagram, and just building with those I connect with.

What sound were you going for on your ‘Take 2’ project?

I was just going for something different. The results were something I’ve never heard before really. I credit some of that to my good friend who plays the guitar. He comes up with a lot of the melodies, the licks and the riffs, and I’m just following behind to make something crazy.

Who do you want to work with? Who do you want to hear on your production?

Beyonce for sure. Migos, Super Duper Kyle and The Internet. I love The Internet and it would be really dope to work with them.

Lastly, is there anything else you’d like to share with us?

I just wanna say, stay tuned! I have a lot of music in the stash, and I can’t wait to get it out there. Thanks for having me Hype Off Life!

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Max B & French Montana - Hold On (AUDIO) - YouTube

The Waviest one returns with new music! Max B has been holding it down behind bars for years, and fans today can celebrate his greatness as he released his 1st track in 8 years, “Hold On“! Featuring longtime friend and collaborator French Montana, this is Max’s first release since his 2011 album, “Vigilante Season“. While he made appearances on French Montana’s 2013 album “Excuse My French“. and on Kanye West’sThe Life Of Pablo“, the single comes in time as the Rapper’s freedom draws near.

Max B and French Montana have been collaborators before French’s mainstream appeal, and have released and appeared on various projects together including their “Coke Wave” series. Max B has been an influence to Rappers like Wiz Khalifa, Kanye West, Drake, ASAP Rocky, and many more. Check out the track and share with a friend. Follow @HypeOffLife on Instagram for more content.

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Megan Thee Stallion - Realer (Official Video) - YouTube

Over the weekend, Rapper Megan Thee Stallion released her debut album, “Fever”. While it was met with plenty fanfare, many were waiting on the new visuals to further enhance their “Thee Stallion” experience. Kicking things off today, she released the video for “Realer“! Directed by Munachi Osegbu, Megan rolls through the streets with her Girl Gang and gets on some bad girl sh*t with guns loaded. The visual has hints of that Pam Grier/70’s Blaxploitation Movie vibes, and Megan The Stallion is definitely keeping it real here. We can imagine many making posters from this video.

If you owe Megan The Stallion money, or did her wrong, or threw dirt on her name, she will find you! If you haven’t heard the album yet, you should fix that immediately. Check out the video and share with a friend. Follow @HypeOffLife on Instagram for more updates!

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B Free x Lil Blade - Scared (Official Music Video) - YouTube

B Free and Lil Blade join forces with Directed by Diego to bring life to their collab track, “Scared.” The two Detroit rappers are effortlessly carefree while they deliver their summer anthem. As they cruise through the city hanging outside of their Bentley, B Free and Lil Blade embody the spirit of Detroit this summer.

Known for the “Detroit Trap” sound, “Scared” was produced by Helluva, the hottest producer in the area, who’s crafted bangers for Tee Grizzley and Icewear Vezzo.

“It’s crazy working with Lil Blade, growing up in Detroit and knowing what his dad means to the spirit of the city. With the humbleness and the ease of working together, I think it really proves that legends live forever and Detroit is one big family”

– B Free

With bars from the city’s finest young artists B Free and Lil Blade, the record “Scared” screams Detroit from the first chord. The two natives showcased their chemistry on the hella Hype record to deliver Detroit 2019’s summer anthem. Check it out up top and get ready for one hot summer

The post Detroit’s B Free Follows Diggy Simmons Collab with “Scared” ft. Lil Blade (Video) appeared first on Hype Off Life.

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Jay Park, Hit-Boy - K-TOWN - YouTube

Less than a month removed from dropping the visual for “Family Not A Gang” with SOBxRBEHit-Boy returns in Jay Park‘s Jack Begert-directed visual for “K-Town.” The Hype new video finds the Roc Nation representative flexing bands in an armored car, busting a move during a grocery store robbery, doing karaoke with Dumfounded, and last but not least living it up in the booty club. Press play on it above.

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When you’re in the grind, it’s easy to get sidetracked with all the distractions and obstacles that pop up the minute you commit to your goals and decide on doing whatever it takes to achieve them. You can’t put in anything less than your all, unless you like wasting time and going in circles, if anywhere at all. Simply put, you’ve got to Spend All Your Energy on getting what’s your’s.

LA’s Fat Dom gets it 100%, as evidenced in his hustle, humbleness and new EP, ‘Spent All My Energy.’ Dropping tomorrow May 21st, S.A.M.E. is a relatively short project, filled with dope sounds best described by Fat Dom as “Vibrant Trap.” Although the project drops in a little less than 24 hours, that still gives you time to learn more about Fat Dom, his inspiration, aspirations and what the hell Vibrant Trap is in the first place. So, read up below and follow that up with a short video at the end (The Interrogation of Fat Dom) for a further look into his life. Only on Hype Off Life

Thanks for coming through to Hype Off Life How do you incorporate your Jamaican background into your music?

I incorporate my Jamaican background into my music just by staying connected with my roots. My family instilled a lot of wisdom into me and certain morals. So, I just try to take the discipline and all the wisdom they gave me. Like, I grew up in a real struggle and grew up being talked to differently, eating different foods… So, you know, my project is called ‘Spent All My Energy.’ I tried to make sure I spent all my energy and let everybody know these are my roots, this is my struggle, this is what I came from, But, it’s still beautiful and I can still relate to everybody, even though I’m from a Jamaican background.

When did you get into Hip Hop and know it was in you?

I got into Hip Hop when I was young, just Moms cleaning the house and always playing some Hip Hop, some Reggae and whatnot. When I got to high school, I made my first song. I called it “Hot Wings.” Everybody in the school was kind of lauging, but they were vibing. But, at the time I’m like, “Nah, they’re going to take me serious,” you know? Like I want to be the best. I want to be legendary. And that’s when I just really started appreciating the art and becoming a student and making sure I really honed my craft.

“If you’re waiting for the perfect time to do something, it might not even still go how you want it to go.”

I saw your video, the interrogation video and noticed you mentioned that they didn’t take you seriously. Why do you think that was?

Just because you come from the struggle, you might not look a certain way. I don’t look like the normal rapper that got the jewelery on, wearing Gucci or Louis. I just looked like a regular dude, but then I’m trying to do something beyond me. So, I think it was just more so like, “OK, he’s really serious.” But, I made a song called “Hot Wings” and I was a big dude. So, it was like, “OK, you made a song referencing to food?” Then I was like, let me just take it seriously and really give everybody my story.

What state of mind, where you in when you decided you wanted to be just more than a local artist.

When I realized being local is just going to keep me in the same mindset and I realized there are people that’s in Europe, people that’s in Japan, people that’s in all parts of the world that can relate to my music, just like how everybody locally can. Because just how I might have a hardship or a family issue or a personal problem, there’s somebody that’s across the state or across the country that has the same issue.

So, I want it to become global. That way I can motivate and inspire. A quote by Nipsey that he quoted somebody else with was, “one of the highest human acts is to inspire.” So, I’m just really here to motivate and inspire as many people as I can along my journey.

I know you took a brief hiatus. Why did you feel the need to step away for a bit?

I took this hiatus because I really wanted to know myself. Basically, in the industry that we’re going into everybody’s just trying to be famous and being famous is nothing but the world knowing who you are. So, like Hype Off Life, y’all are famous to me right now because I know who y’all are and I’ve been paying attention to you guys.

So, after this interview, I’m assuming y’all are going to know who I am as well. So, I wanted to make sure I knew exactly who I was – all my strengths, all my weaknesses – before I give myself to the world. Because when giving yourself to the world, you’ve got to be in a real vulnerable position to do something. So, I just wanted to make sure I knew myself so I don’t lose myself when I finally get there.

Yeah, I feel you. I’m always taking steps back. [Laughs]

No, it’s all good. You’ve got to make sure everything is right. You want to be a perfectionist. You want to make sure everything is perfect You want to make sure yourself is perfect, you look a certain way.

But, then I had to realize like there’s never a perfect time for anything. If you’re waiting for the perfect time to do something, it might not even still go how you want it to go. So, now I’m grateful I have people like Anita, Vic and everybody that was in my corner helping me put ‘Spent All My Energy‘ together. It was really a blessing for me.

Speaking of ‘Spent All My Energy.’ What’s the meaning behind it’s title?

Spent All My Energy is basically an acronym that’s saying “I’m the same person as you.” I’ve been through the excitement. Like I said, I’ve been through the depression, I’ve been through the low finances, I’ve been through thinking you ’bout to blow up where everything is going to go perfect and the next day having your whole plan fallout. But, you’re spending all your energy just to do that.

You’re spending all your energy in positive places. Like before, I had a lot of negativity going on. So, I decided, “alright, let me organize and strategize how I’m going to go about everything.” But, I’m going to spend all my energy in the right places. So, I’m going to spend all my energy on music. All my energy on marketing. All my energy on branding, and all my energy on everything that comes with being a true artist and being in the element of my dreams and my passion.

Do you read a lot?

Yeah, I read. I don’t watch TV. You know what I’m saying? I’m on social media just to be aware of what’s current and what’s relevant, but I read a lot. I try to always elevate my mind. I’m still in school right now. I’m part-time in school, part-time working, and trying to just be a full-time artist, so I can get to that platform to where I can inspire and motivate and just take the wisdom that I received and give it to everybody else.

Yeah, I feel you. That school-work life balance is no joke. I was doing that for a minute.

You know what I’m saying? And then trying to keep your ambition on 100 just to chase your dreams… I tip my hat off to you and everybody else that’s doing that because people don’t see what you’re doing behind the scenes. They just see what you allow them to see, you know? But, it’s a lot of work that’s being done behind the scenes and it’s a lot of emotions you go through. Where you go, “Do I even want to keep going, do I want to quit?” And then you find that ambition to keep going. Why? Because you’re slept on. You don’t have the Hype yet. You know what I’m saying? It’s a journey, it’s a road and I love it.

Do you feel you’re still being slept on?

Oh yeah, definitely. In a way, because I’m just so talented. But luckily, like I said, I came across Anita and I came across Vic and they really helped me as far as keeping me calm, keeping me motivated and knowing everything takes time and everything’s going to happen in due time. It’s going to happen when it’s supposed to happen.

I finally stopped caring about getting instant validation or getting instant reciprocation of my energy. So, I’m good right now. Being slept on is what’s keeping my hunger alive, what’s keeping me making these bangers and these records and all this dope sh*t that’s to come. So, I kind of like being slept on. It gives me that chip on my shoulder, to keep that hunger alive.

What type of sounds can we expect to hear on S.A.M.E.?

I feel like I made a whole new genre of music, I call it Vibrant Trap. It has a trap feel to it as far as production, to show vibrancy. It’s like Tribe Called Quest or like West Coast Biggie, you feel me? But I have some harmonies in there to where you’re really going to feel like, “Damn, this dude is really giving you his heart. He really love what he does.” You feel me?

I’m not the best singer ever, but I’m in pocket. I’m fasho show doing my thing. I’m swaggin’, I’m singing, I’m rapping, I’m doing whatever it takes to make the song and get my story across. So, I think Vibrant Trap is the best way to explain the music genre that you’re about to hear. It’s a vibe and it will provoke your thoughts.

What’s the overall message you want listeners to take away from it?

I want my listeners to take away that life ain’t easy. It’s never going to get easy. You’re only gonna get better to make it a little bit smoother for you. Everybody’s going through the same thing. Nobody’s better than the next person. Nobody’s showing their failures, they’re only showing their successes. So, spend all your energy, all your time on doing what makes you happy, what you love and what’s going to give you overall peace and harmony within yourself.

I felt like for me, it was my music. That was my escape and I feel like in doing so hopefully, I can inspire and motivate somebody to go 100 miles per hour with their passion and their love just like I did. Because I’m in the struggle still, but it’s beautiful to me because I’m able to create the art that I’m able to create right now.

After 11 years of honing your craft, what’s the biggest lesson you’ve learned?

To not overthink and not to take anything personal, be more open, have more trust, and everything is going to work out how it’s supposed to work out. Because when you want to do something so much or you love something so much, you want everything to go your way. You want everything to happen on your time. So, I’m learning to go with the flow and trust.

If you know you made the work, if you know you put in the grind and you put in the necessary action, just let everything play out how it’s supposed to play out. And then, from there if you didn’t get the results you were supposed to get put in some more work the next time. So, my only advice is just to keep going and never give up. Because the only difference between you and the next person is one person gave up and one person kept going. It’s just a sense of believing in yourself and your confidence level. So, that’s what I learned, just have confidence. Don’t overthink though.

“There’s never a perfect time for anything.”

Yeah, I agree with you on that too. So, aside from going down as a legend. Where else do you see yourself in the future.

Once I get my college degree – I’ve got about a couple of units left – I just want to help as many artists as possible that might be going through contract issues. I want to help them represent themselves, as I represent myself. I want to do some investing and just really give back to the community. You feel me?

Cause everybody says they’re gonna give back to where they came from, but I really want to give back to where I came from because essentially where I came from helped with my growth. So, I definitely see myself in the public helping with kids, helping the youth, creating programs and creating activities that push people towards their purpose and goals… helping people find out what they want to be when they get older.

That’s real dope. Is there anything else you want us to know before you go?

Spent All My Energy, May 21st. I appreciate y’all. Hype Off Life y’all dope, and that’s love. I appreciate the opportunity to be on your platform and to just share my story: Fat Dom. You know what I’m saying. And shoutout to Anita for being a vessel, putting this together, leading me to some dope people and being able to communicate with y’all.

The Interrogation of FAT DOM (S.A.M.E) - YouTube

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Hype Homie Sev7en Taylor slides through today for a Hype new interview before dropping off not 1, but 2 fire freestyles. Catch up with the multi-hyphenate artists below to get updates on his highly-anticipated EP, ’The Disobedience Of Jimmie Taylor, as well as insight into the new tracks and major moves he’s been making. Now and only on Hype Off Life

Where ya been and what’s been good since we last spoke?

I’ve been super busy. Just pushing my pen. Preparing for this EP and making major business moves. Which I’m happy to say I’ll be performing LIVE at Soule’s GALA 2019 this year. I can’t wait to hit up NYC and give them an amazing show. I have other things in the works. Once I’m able to talk about it I will. I’m very happy and excited. Life is rewarding when we least expect it. Enjoy the connection. Everything connects. 

So, you just dropped 2 fire new freestyles. What is the main idea and inspiration behind each one?

It’s the year of Sev7en. I’m gonna give the girls HELL this year. It’s in all fun tho, rapping is a sport and I love to be in a crazy – deep zone with my music. I’m just gonna POP UP all year and give the girls HORROR. 

Why did you decide to drop 2 songs at the same time, instead of saving one for later?

Jimmie told me to do it. He said two is better than one and I was like okay. 

Aside from yourself, who else would you say is reppin’ the hardest in Hip Hop right now?

There’s so many to name but I will say queer HIP HOP narratives are on the rise and shout out to everyone doing their thing.

Any updates on your forthcoming EP, ’The Disobedience Of Jimmie Taylor’?

Might have a summer or fall release date. Expect visuals plus more. 

From ever since we 1st spoke up until now, you stay raising the bar. Where else do you want to see this year take you?

I’m eyeing everything. I’m taking my brand to the next level. I’m constantly pushing my creative narrative. God has me and you’ll see me up there with the greats. I have a blueprint to leave for the next boys in line.

Lastly, who do you do it for? 

For every color queer boy looking for a space in rap. We exist and we rapping better than most of these current dudes. I’m living out my dreams Mama. 

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Happy Friday everyone. Let’s get into some fun ish with Megan Thee Stallion! While she has been making a name for herself over the past few months, we’re glad that she finally released her debut album, “Fever“! Featuring 14 tracks with guest appearances from Juicy J and Da Baby, Megan brings the energy that you need to jumpstart your weekend!

Having shown that she can hang with the boys in cyphers, and give you ratchet anthems, Megan Thee Stallion covers all bases and makes herself a highly respected and sought after Artist in recent times. Today though, it’s time to get into some hood rat ish with “Hot Girl Meg“! Check out the project and share with a friend. Follow @HypeOffLife on Instagram for more content.

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Lil Nas X - Old Town Road (Official Movie) ft. Billy Ray Cyrus - YouTube

Howdy partner! They can’t keep Lil Nas X down, he keeps moving to higher heights! Since his controversy with Billboard and “Old Town Road“, he has been everywhere and gathering up new fans, and new haters. Today, he finally drops the visual, and we’re ready to ride into the sunset with this one.

Directed by Calmatic, the video features time traveling, Cowboy gear, and a plethora of guest appearances including Chris Rock, Vince Staples, Rico Nasty, Diplo, Haha Davis, Jozzy, and of course Billy Ray Cyrus who dropped his lyrics for the remix. From getting away with the bag, to drag racing on a Horse, to busting out some Country Line Dance moves, this video was fun to watch. Don’t expect Lil Nas X to back down now as more music is on the way! Giddy up!

Check out the video and share with a friend. Follow @HypeOffLife on Instagram for more content.

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