Monday, August 25, 2014




Boss Squad Entertainment’s recording artist Extream Bling is an extremely popular staple in the Atlanta music scene. He is known for his infectious style and unique sound some describe as “rap gone trap/party music”. His personality and vibe are a direct reflection of his raw talent promising him both longevity and success in the entertainment industry.

Extream has been collaborating with a multitude of artists including Stuey Rock, Young Ralph, Snootie Wild and Scooter, just to name a few. His current singles “Porsche Panamera” and “100’s & 50’s” featuring Young Thug are produced by Big Hurt and definitely have the DJs support. Both singles are being played in numerous clubs and on urban stations throughout the southeast. Extream’s upcoming project “Show and Prove 2” is hosted by Bigga Rankin and DJ Ace and has a scheduled release date of July 2014. The mixtape features Duct Tape Entertainment’s Big Bank Black, Young Thug, Scooter, and Peewee Longway with production from heavy hitters Komplexx, DJ Plugg, and Big Hurt. His recent live performance dates include opening for August Alsina at Obsessions nightclub in Atlanta and alongside Snootie Wild and Que in Greenville, SC. Extream is currently on a southeast college tour with Trinidad James and Gorilla Zoe.

You can see/hear more from Boss Squad and Extream Bling by visiting him online at , viewing his YouTube channel ExtreamBling219 and by following him on twitter/Instagram @Extream_Bling. For media inquiries, bookings, drops, and features contact Boss Squad Entertainment at

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Saturday, August 16, 2014




RMR recording artist Decatur Redd is a popular and well known entity in Atlanta’s music scene. He is known for his heart felt music, his infectious style and his strong relationship with the streets. His lyrical talent has been compared to Andre 3000 and his hard hitting rap style to the likes of Tupac Shakur. It’s quite apparent that his personality and vibe are a direct reflection of his raw talent promising him both longevity and success in the entertainment industry.

Decatur Redd has collaborated with a multitude of artists including Akon, Future, Young Ralph, Slice 9, Da Brat, K-Noe Brown, Kaptain Fat, and Will Talk just to name a few. He is an extremely gifted producer who generally creates his own beats; however, Decatur Redd has worked with production powerhouses and industry heavy hitters such as Shawty Red, Modigity Beats, PITM, Ku Dolla, Young Adamsville and DJ Charm. His singles “Wait till Next Year” and “AKWARD” were both featured on MTV reality shows. He recently appeared live at “The Dub Show” in California headlining alongside French Montana, Juicy J and Tiger. His numerous live performances with artists Yo Gotti, Rocko, 2Chainz, Young Dro, Crime Mob and a host of underground acts from across the nation make him quite the seasoned entertainer. 

Decatur Redd has dropped three mixtapes in the past 24 months on LiveMixtapes, “No Pain No Glory”, “Death to the Fake” volumes 1&2, and one on DatPiff entitled “Real Nigga Season”. His newly released track “Everyday”, produced by PITM, is gaining the support of radio and club DJs throughout the southeast. The stunning video to the single was directed by Casso Motion Films and Ben Photo. Decatur Redd's forthcoming project “Space Age Trappin” is hosted by DJ Holiday and is scheduled to be released October 2014.
You can see/hear more from RMR and Decatur Redd by visiting him online at , viewing his YouTube channel Decatur Redd and by following him on twitter/Instagram @DecaturRedd. For media inquiries, bookings, drops, and features contact RMR at 404.644.0549.

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Friday, August 8, 2014

Monday, July 14, 2014

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Friday, April 4, 2014



By Natalie Shields

Nat - What is your real name?

Majestic - My real name is David S. Brown.

Nat - How did the name L. Majestic come forth?

Majestic - The name L. Majestic is a righteous name. I was dealing with the 5% Nation since I was young and my attribute was Lord Majestic, Sun God Allah, but as time went on I just shortened it to L. Majestic. I went through many stage names, but this was the one that defined me the best.

Nat - How did you start out in the business?

Majestic - I started out in this business a few years ago. I say that because I’ve been doing music for years, but on a professional level a few years ago. Since I was young I’ve been rhyming, doing shows, performing in every borough and ciphers in the hood. Basically I live and breathe Hip-Hop.

Nat - What messages do you put out in your music that you want the fans to know about?

Majestic - I have plenty of messages for the listeners from the street to deep songs. I don’t follow a trend; I get a beat and write what I feel. I consider myself a universal artist. I can write about anything, it’s my job to keep them listening. Music is the best form of magic and I’m a magician.

Nat - How does one release 25 mixtapes? Sounds like a great accomplishment.

Majestic - I haven’t released 25 mixtapes. I’ve been featured on 25 mixtapes to date. I started with the Clear the Block (Coast to Coast) mixtapes working with Eleven Ego Crusher, and then was requested for other mixtapes. It became somewhat of a chain reaction. Soon I had Dj’s hitting me back to back for a feature. I’ve been on DJ Jazz mixtapes to Valentino Galafati (GMG). It’s a good way to get a buzz being an unsigned artist.

Nat - Who are some of your motivations?

Majestic - Well my main motivation is my brother Andre Brown (R.I.P) he was always my biggest fan since day one. Motivation for me just comes from everyday life. I always plan to succeed, failure is not an option. I do this for me because actually this is something I’m good at!

Nat - How long have you been out?

Majestic - I’ve been out on an underground level for a while. I’ve had a few setbacks doing about 10 years in the prison system altogether bid after bid, but even in jail rhyming got me through. Battling in the yard, the dorm and wherever people wanted to do it at. I’m back on the streets now and I’m here to stay so I’m gonna stay grinding til L. Majestic is a household name.

Nat - What projects do you have coming up for us?

Majestic - I got a few projects in the works. I just dropped a few tracks with The Underground Fix Company, but I’m putting my solo mixtape together now. There’s gonna be a lot of heat on it. I’m only dealing with heavyweights for this. I’m passed all the local stuff, the only way to really get out there is to link up with the right people. Local = local, I’m on another level. Those who I deal with know the struggle.

Nat - Where can fans find you?

Majestic - You can find my music on SoundCloud, MixCloud, and ReverbNation all under L. Majestic, as well as Worldwide Collaboration website.

Nat - Do you have any shout outs?

Majestic - Yeah I would like to give a shout out to Dyme Squad Magazine for the interview and all the people that support me, plus all the other artists and Dj’s that show love.

Dyme Squad Magazine March 2014 Edited by Norman “@NuMoney079” Newson

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