ANGEL GE: I fell in love with music in 1996. I started out in a rap group with my cousins called SOD. I always loved writing music and joined the choir in 7th grade. In 2007, I did my first big performance at the Dubs car show. Performing has been my passion ever since.
IAA: Why do you want to record records and release your own music?
ANGEL GE: As a child, I experience many trials and tribulations. I was adopted and I expressed my thoughts and feelings through poetry. Today I have an opportunity to share that with the world.
IAA: What are your songs about?
ANGEL GE: My songs are about my struggles growing up. It was difficult growing up without parents. The streets and my grandmother helped me become the man I am today. My songs are a reflection of who Angel Ge is.
IAA: Who is your fan base directed towards?
ANGEL GE: My fan bases ranges from ages 16-40 and includes all races. I am an eclectic artist who can kill any style of music. I rap, sing, and write for all different genres of music Growing up in a multi-racial community helped give me insight on different types of music.
IAA: Who are your musical influences?
ANGEL GE: My Grandmother is my biggest musical influence. When she died I wrote my first song and never quit. She always told me to do what I love and follow my dreams. I am also inspired by Tupac and Kanye West. I know I am very talented and will reach great heights in the music industry.
IAA: How would you describe your music to people?
ANGEL GE: Hip hop started from the streets. Hip hop is a movement and a culture. My music is a story with a beat behind it.
IAA: What makes you stand out from other artists?
ANGEL GE: My passion for music makes me stand out from other artists. I can write r&b , pop, and rap music. I am not limited in my creativity. I am constantly striving and growing.
IAA: What are upcoming projects you are working on?
ANGEL GE: I just dropped my Digi Scale Mixtape on Indy.livemixtapes.com. I have a show with Dj Paul coming up at the end of December. I am also working with new artists and producers. I am also working on creating more music for 2013.
IAA: What are your career goals? Where do you see yourself in 10 years?
ANGEL GE: In the future I want to see myself as professional song writer/ entertainer. The success of my music will open up different business avenues where I can help guide others to reach the same dreams I have reached.
IAA: How can fans access your music and contact you?
ANGEL GE: Visit youtube and type Angel Ge, Reverbnation.com/cashhouse, email blasts through email@example.com, twitter @angelge21 @cashhousemusic
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Swizz Beatz has recalled selling his first beat to Jay-Z back in the late 90’s. In an interview with Vlad TV, Swizz said, “I was just speaking to Jay yesterday…and it was like, ‘We’ve working [together] for 14 years, dog; that sh*t is crazy.’ I remember walking into his office with a cassette with 40 beats and he bought the whole joint right off the spot. That’s how we met…this was like, ’96-97 ‘cus the sh*t started coming out in ’98…I think it was right after Reasonable Doubt, because he definitely had that Reasonable Doubt swag in that office.”
He also spoke on Jay-Z and DMX’s 90’s rap battle. He said, “Nah, [I wasn’t there for Jay-Z and DMX’s battle]. I just missed it. I don’t know [who won]. My uncles [Waah and Dee Dean, Ruff Ryder CEOs] made everybody turn their cameras off; that’s like the worst sh*t. You’ve just seen the end of it when the cameras come on and the dude’s rapping some sh*t…it was real. You could’ve made a movie around that moment.”
Although Brandy has remained quiet, E! News has reported that her rep has confirmed that she is indeed engaged to her boyfriend, music executive Ryan Press. As previously reported, the two were engaged on Christmas Day.
A top Hollywood investigator has claimed that Whitney Houston was murdered. According to The National Enquirer, Paul Huebl said that he has evidence — the singer’s killers are caught on tape. He explained, “I have evidence that points to Whitney being a victim of a high powered drug dealers who sent thugs to collect a huge debt she owed for drugs.” The PI spoke with a network of drug informants and took another look at the coroner to gather evidence — which he is turning over the Chicago field office of the FBI.
Huebl said that two unknown men kept showing up at The Beverly Hills Hilton where Whitney was staying and blended in with her entourage. Huebl said that the day before Whitney’s death, she received a cocaine delivery but was later heard saying “I’m tired of this sh*t” — which he claims was Whitney referring to her $1.5 million drug debt. On February 11th — the day Whitney died, she was left alone in her hotel room for 45 minutes and that’s when one or both killers went into her room and were caught on surveillance video.
Chad Johnson has reportedly contacted the FBI over the leaked sex tape featuring himself and two women. According to TMZ.com, sources close to him say that he is furious about the leak and never wanted it to go public. It was shot three years ago in a hotel room in Florida and the former NFL star thinks the tape may have been stolen from his phone. Chad has contacted the FBI and his lawyer to put together a cease and desist letter to remove the tape from the Internet ASAP.
The entire video has not leaked online as of yet, but it’s only bits and pieces and the entire tape is “substantial in length”.
Rapper Azealia Banks has claimed that her alleged manager/lover is abusive towards her. According to Necolebitchie.com, the rapper tweeted about Dave Holmes — who also manages ColdPlay, “ColdPlay’s manager Dave Holmes is a piece of sh*t. Second time he has put his f*cking hands on me.”
She later tweeted, “You know how someone lets you down once.. And you give them another chance, and they let you down again?And you just feel stupid….. Because you knew better? Ain’t nobody got time for that!” She then added, “A Jealous Man is a Dangerous man.”
AZEALIA BANKS WANTS TO RETIRE AFTER SOPHOMORE ALBUM
In other news, Azealia Banks announced that she would like to retire from rap after her sophomore album. She told Hypetrak TV, “If I have things my way, if the universe like, allows me to do things the way I want to do them, I want to get two albums out in 2013. Not necessarily take a break, but do some more sound research and come up with a different style. You know what I mean? I’d eventually like to stop rapping. That’s just the honest truth. One day I don’t want to rap anymore.”