Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Who made the better song with this instrumental? free polls

Sunday, November 30, 2014

Estimated Timeline of Drama Q Va'Lessons aka Va'Les

This video was shot in Center City Philadelphia at the park by the river in October of 2009...

Va'Les started the S.O.A. Movement in late 2002
Va'Les, Omega Redd, & Kwin MD formed Common Ground in 2003
Va'Les helped promote Self Owned Allstarz in Philly, Virginia and Delaware in 2004

Va'Les recorded songs at APG Forx Studio and MAU Studio from 2003-2007

These songs were part of these albums:
Self Owned Allstarz, Milestone E.P., Marathon Man, Golden Land, Milky Way, Andromeda and Still Laughin.

Va'Les Got locked up in July 2007

Va'Les was released and put on house arrest in June of 2008

Va'Les was on house arrest until September of 2009

From September of 2009 until October of 2012 he was on Probation and was not on house arrest anymore.  He no longer needed to wear the ankle bracelet tracking device.

In October of 2012, it happened again.  Just like it happened in June of 2007, he disappeared and rumors came out in the hood about what he got locked up for,

Even his relatives don't really know what he got locked up for or what his status is.

Free Va'Les, he is innocent.

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Who made the better song with this instrumental? free polls

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Who made the better song with this instrumental? free polls

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

We Live Right Now!

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Tomorrow Night, S.O.A. Radio is flashing back to 2003 when the S.O.A. Movement got started! We are show casing the Self Owned Allstarz mixtape that was heavy in Richmond Va, DC, B-More, DE, Philly, NJ & NYC back in '03. Sneak preview this show here by listening to the Datpiff music player hosted by DJ Greenguy!
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Saturday, November 8, 2014

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Saturday, November 1, 2014

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Taking back ups of S.O.A. Radio website here today:

Featured Links-

  • Classic episodes of S.O.A. Radio
  • Sluggerville Radio is Hosted by Singutter
  • Videos with S.O.A.z artists
  • S.O.A.z music. Some are albums, some are mixtapes.

As I get ready to Host the warm up show I felt the need to blog.
Here's the link to the warm up show-

Listen live or listen to the re-run on the webpage.

Let's take a look back to the first 2 albums 2Pac came out with after his death.
2Pac's first studio album to be posthumously released:
Has 2 titles:  The Don Killuminati and The 7 day Theory 
Was released - November 5, 1996

2Pac's 2nd  studio album to be posthumously released:
Also has 2 titles: 

R U Still Down?  & Remember Me
Was released - November 25, 1997

As we get ready for November of 2014.  I reflect on this great music from 17 and 18 years ago, I am about to play a song from on my show tonight.  I still don't know what happened with 2Pac.

Did he sell his soul?  He says the lyrics "Did I sell my soul?" in some of his songs.
It's documented that he recorded "The 7 day Theory" by Makaveli (his alias)
After the songs he Recorded on "R U Still Down?"

He recorded "R U Still Down" from 92-94.

So was this a time period where he was working for the Devil?  

Or the Illuminati?
Doing their Work?

Then after he got bailed out of Jail by Suge Knight, did he make a new deal with him?

What was the deal with Suge Knight?

Did he have to make so much money before his debt to Suge for being bailed out of Jail is paid?

He spoke about 3 strikes and felonies.  Was his 7 day theory to avoid a 3rd strike?

I wonder about this alot.  He would be a great interview if he was still alive.

from 92-94 his lyrics and his songs have a different personality than his songs as his alias name: Makaveli.

I think when any rapper says "I see you" they are referring to an EYE ball symbolism, unless they don't understand that this could be interpretted this way.

Tonight we will play some song with "I see you" in the lyrics.  We will talk about the 

"Eye of Providence" 

What happened in September 7, 1996 ?
Did the wrong person listen to the recordings by Makaveli done in August 1–7, 1996; Can-Am Studios, (Tarzana, Los Angeles)?  On his studio album: The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory

I think he was proud of his dope new shit and bumping it in Las Vegas.
It was only 1 month after he finished recording it.

Some people say he faked his death.

No one really knows the truth.

I am still searching for answers...

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Who made the better song with this instrumental by Johnny J? free polls
Season 7 of S.O.A. Radio will have a "Toss Up" where callers can vote on which song they like better. "Take a toss up" - Callers can say which of the 2 songs with the same instrumental they like better. Tune in Next week to "Take a toss up"

Saturday, July 26, 2014

The Making of Series (37th edition) "Feel Good Music"

The song "Feel Good Music" was made in Hartford, CT.

In Feb. 2009, Lord Raven aka Raven Black invited Kwin MD to Hartford, CT.

Lord Raven produced music in Miami, Florida for William Roberts, the well known rapper who uses the name "Rick Ross".  When Raven first called S.O.A. Radio in 2008 with Ziplok he was arguing the Freeway Ricky Ross even existed at the time.  Read all about this episode here.During the time that Kwin MD and Damo CCC were promoting the "Murder Capitol" album in Miami together, Raven called Kwin MD on his cell phone and tried to convince Kwin MD not to work with Damo CCC any more.  It was something Kwin MD took as advise but didn't listen.  Then in the Philly area, one day after leaving Sluggerville Studio 7 Damo CCC started yelling at Kwin MD as if Kwin MD was his child.  That was when Kwin MD decided not to help Damo CCC promote anymore and dropped him off at 8180 Backdoor Studio in West Philly.

After Damo CCC and Kwin MD parted ways in November 2008, Raven wanted to show Kwin MD some love and collab on a track.

Raven made this instrumental and gave it to Kwin MD over a Skype File Share.  Kwin MD was had just met Murk and A Geez and asked them if they wanted to come to Hartford, CT with him to record a track.

That day, Revelations and Kwin MD picked up Murk and A Geez from North-East Philly and drove to Hartford, CT.  This was a Sunday.  In Connecticut they don't sell alcohol on Sunday.

Kwin MD asked them about getting alcohol in the studio and they said they had to go to a bootleg seller.
So they bought Hennesee from the 7-11 from a bootleg like it was a drug deal.

Here's are some videos from behind the scenes in the studio in Hartford, CT

Sunday, May 11, 2014

The Lost Episode: S.O.A. Radio Season 1 (Broadcasted World-Wide)

This is the story of the most Controversial Episode of S.O.A. Radio in the history of this show.  

It was October 2008, Damo CCC was in Philadelphia staying at Greenguy's home to record the world famous "Murder Capitol" album:

This album was inspired by Damo CCC's trip to Philly to collab with Popwiz & Greenguy.
Damo is from Carol City, a neighborhood in Miami and he claims that he is an Original Triple C member.

The radio show that this blog post is about was to promote this album that Popwiz, Greenguy, Damo CCC, Trizzy and a local West Philly rap group called the Phillistines aka the NUS had been working on.

Damo said he was part of the William Roberts come up when he first came out with his first single:
"Hustlin' " and Damo said he Ghost Wrote the song.  He also broke the news to the world that William Roberts was a C.O.

Damo also told Greenguy and Popwiz that he was about to sign a major recording contract with Freeway Ricky Ross's label Freeway Enterprise:

This episode was broadcasted live from 8180 backdoor Studio in West Philly:
Popwiz was a co-host:

Other callers on the line for this show were as follows:  Va'Les, Omega Redd, Ziplok & Lord Raven.

Lord Raven was affliated with Slip & Slide DJs & Slip & Slide is a Rick Ross (William Roberts, record label)
Big Roe, SII, & Lord Raven

At this time:  S.O.A. Radio had just started broadcasting world wide on these 2 syndicated networks:
DEEP FREEZE Radio (Deep Freeze is a network owned by Rampage)
MIXSHOWBLAST (A Network owned by DJ King Assassin)

Ziplok helped hook up these 2 networks with Greenguy & the S.O.A.z

Ziplok was the reason Lord Raven called the show, Ziplok was affiliated with Rampage, DJ King Assassin & Lord Raven at the time.

DJ King Assassin is affiliated with Slip & Slide DJs.
 Omega Redd & Va'Les

Damo CCC

Damo CCC was on S.O.A. Radio talking about Rick Ross the rapper being a fraud, a C.O. and how he is about to sign a major record deal with Freeway Enterprise and Lord Raven was debating him on all this.
Lord Raven is from Miami also and had recorded music with Rick Ross.  He was a Slip & Slide DJ and was saying how he knows the real Triple C's.  Ziplok got involved and began debating with Popwiz.  Both Popwiz and Ziplok were arguing on the show, in each of their debates they were taking sides.
Popwiz was sticking up for the "truth" and was calling Ziplok a "lawyer" and a "public defender".
Singutter, Omega Redd, & Va'Les were just listening for the most part.  They had shout outs on the show but said very little.  Damo said he never heard of Lord Raven.  Damo was calling Lord Raven fake.
Raven was calling Damo fake.  Greenguy aka Kwin MD was the moderator of this debate and played music between the arguing and debating.  Ziplok and Lord Raven were eventually cut off and hung up on.

Damo was in 8180 Backdoor studio with Greenguy & Popwiz so he got the last words.
DJ King Assassin is a slip & slide DJ and the owner of the MIXSHOWBLAST network that S.O.A. radio syndicates and broadcasts episodes on.  Assassin asked Greenguy to remove this episode from syndication and delete it from the internet.  Greenguy told the Phillistines, Trizzy, Popwiz, Damo CCC at 8180 Backdoor Studio in West Philly that he was asked to remove this episode.  They all pleaded their case to keep it online but Greenguy removed it to stay neutral and not take sides.  Later Greenguy and Damo were together 1 month later in Philly and they had a falling out.  Greenguy dropped Damo off at 8180 backdoor Studios with Popwiz that day and never spoke with Damo again.  7 years later, Ziplok began helping Freeway Ricky Ross promote T-Shirts.  Both Lord Raven and Damo CCC status is unknown today.
Neither of them are making hits with the rapper Rick Ross today or active making other music.
You can hear Damo CCC as a featured artist on the Common Ground album: "Andromeda" on a track called "Don't Worry" recorded after a long road trip from Philly to Miami and back was made by Damo CCC and Greenguy. "Don't Worry" was recorded and mixed by DJ Greenguy in APG Forx Studios by Kwin MD, Omega Redd and Damo CCC.
Also on that same album is a track featuring Lord Raven called "Feel Good Music".
"Feel Good Music" was recorded and mixed by Lord Raven in Connecticut.  This song is featuring Kwin MD, A Geez, Singutter, Murk aka Murkie Doe, SII and Lord Raven

 iTunes Link-

"Feel Good Music" also appear's on Greenguy's solo album "The Real McKome"
iTunes Link-

After DJ Greenguy deleted this episode as DJ King Assassin asked & the falling out took place between Damo CCC & Greenguy, the music recorded by Damo was not in the plan to release.  Greenguy deleted several promotional You Tube videos with Damo CCC and it wasn't until Omega Redd convinced Greenguy to release "Don't Worry" that it became part of the plan.  The Kwin MD lyrics "I stopped fuckin with suckiz from '08 in '09" in "Feel Good Music" Featuring Lord Raven were about Damo CCC.

Stay tuned, to the Blogger posts by Greenguy. "The Making Of Series" will return. Coming Soon: The 37th edition of the "The Making of Series".  
This 37th edition will be about "Feel Good Music" and how this track was made.