In the age where commercial music across the globe can be saturated with a wide variety of songs that have minimal replay value and even lower chances of being remembered past their prime period of time, it is rare to find producers who are concerned with not only making a song that can compete in the market but making music that can make people feel good past the period of a record being sold and marketed.
Hip-Hop is known for a wide range of cultural elements, be it the knowledge that comes from conscious music, the art in graffiti or how sounds are altered by our producers and DJs, in its many transitions there has been an avid dance culture that has been evolving more prominently since the days of Souljah Boy with Crank Dat as the first internet and YouTube sensation in 2008
Mishon Tarique Ratliff is an American Singer, Dancer and Actor. Though he has been singing since the age of 10 and acting since the age of 12 he became best known for his role as Tay on the ABC Family drama television series Lincoln heights.
Ludacris had a conversation with Fansite TV about his Soul Headphones & other projects including the 1.21Gigawatts Mixtape and a charity basketball game he had with Justin Bieber in which he lost by one point.
When RL sat down with Fansite TV and Correspondent Holly Haith for an Interview He shared some important points about evolution as an artist, making sure that you make songs that are of quality and have high replay value and how problematic it is for talented songwriters to want to be artists and be in the spotlight.