Concrete Magazine sits down with Icewear Vezzo to discuss him making history with Motown records, inking a deal with Puma, linking with Big Sean and much more!
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
Translee Concrete Magazine interview T.I. seen something special in this Huntsville Alabama artist and had to sign him to his Grand Hustle label. Translee is a fresh breath of air amongst all the trap talk and clout chasing rappers. He is conscious while still having fun and giving you tons of dope vibes! Check out […]
Memphis artist Key Glock sits with us for an exclusive interview and we discuss it all!
Drumma Boy sits down with us to discuss everything from how he got his name to almost fighting his dad and his very first placements plus some funny stories about him and his brother Ensayne Wayne RIP!
Starlito & Don Trip (STEP BROTHERS) interview Concrete Magazine caught up with Starlito & Dontrip (STEP BROTHERS) for this exclusive interview. They speak on creating the Step Brothers concept, the new project, their writing process, TN Hip-Hop and much more.
Mobb Deep speaks on 2pac,Biggie and todays industry Concrete Magazine sat down and spoke to the legendary super group Mobb Deep both Havoc and Prodigy speak on 2pac,producing for Biggie, where they will be in another 20yrs,pros and cons of today’s industry and their recently released 20year anniversary project The Infamous Mobb Deep. RIP PRODIGY!!
Kap G – CONCRETE Magazine Interview Kap G sits down with us for this exclusive interview. He speaks on being Mexican American in today’s industry, How he got signed, working with Pharrell, his role in the movie DOPE, La Policia, the El South Side album and much more.
Big K.R.I.T. Concrete Magazine Interview Big K.R.I.T. speaks in depth with Concrete Magazine for the issue #59 cover story. He touches on his latest project “Cadillactica”, life on the road,crate digging, today’s state of hip-hop and even gives indie artist some great advice.
Concrete Magazine Young Buck EXCLUSIVE