A moment in Nashville HipHop history. 2011 Music City Rap Up was a Mixtape we put together with a list of artist who had a BIG year. So many great people were involved. @concretecapo created a concept and a list of 14 artist and tasked them with killing a classic industry beat! And they did! […]
BLK Brilliance delivers us a much needed breath of fresh air while locked in a room full of toxic fumes. Not only is POETIC JustUS 3:33 filled with creative wordplay and strong messages but the production is guaranteed to not only keep your head bobbing but capture your attention keeping you fully locked in. […]
We Eatin’ Crazy 8’s is a song that we put together in 2010 for a contest where artist submitted their hottest 8 bars and the winners got to be on a song produced by Rio featuring him as well as Tha City Paper, and Jelly Roll. This song was only distributed on a limited amount […]
INDIE SPOTLIGHT Interview wit AREON CONCRETE: Where are you originally from? A.R.E.O.N: Merrill Hood, The Heart Of Flint, MI CONCRETE: When did you realize your passion to create music? A.R.E.O.N: After a few hardships in life I would always use writing as release therapy method. I wasn’t big on rapping at 1st,I just loved writing […]
Youngin going hard for the RAZA out in Cali! Watch the video then it’s time to get BACK TO THE BAG! $uede – Back To The Bag (Official Music Video)
Concrete Magazine sits down one on one with Think It’s A Game artist Lil Bike. He speaks on not reading his contract before signing his deal the Placebo effect and much more! follow us @concrete615
CONCRETE Magazine – Nashville #32 We sit down with Nashville’s OG Pistol to discuss it all. Read it here along with a bunch of other dope interviews.
Scotty ATL catches up with Concrete Magazine ScottyATL speaks on his new single Cloud IX, Working with DJ Toomp and Greg Street, Linking with No Genre B.O.B’s label,How to stay relevant as an indie artist and some of his new business ventures.
DEE-1 CONCRETE MAGAZINE INTERVIEW DEE-1 speaks on New Orleans influencing his music, going from teaching to a full time rapper, his RCA record deal, Mannie Fresh’s cosign, turning down Cash Money record deal cause it felt like a booby trap, his connection with Starlito/Nashville and much more.