” Its More Than Music its a Lifestyle”
Demetrius Toliver professionally known as Money Meach A Take Money Entertainment Recording Artist Born January 15 In Buffalo, New York is An American Rapper. Who hit the rap scene After his release from Prison in 2008 with his child hood friend KPJ better known as his stage name J-Batters. Money Meach started putting his thoughts on paper during his incarceration period taking after the legendary Queens Bridge lyricist Nas. Later After completing 36 months in NYS department of correction he return to the streets on 5 years post supervision (parole) he then linked back up with J-Batters who owned a recording studio and also owned a independent label called Take Money Entertainment. Money Meach was release from Incarceration and ready to put these thoughts he spent years Writing on A Mixtape so thats just what he did right inside J-Batters recording studio.
In 2009, Meach was featured on J-Batters do it for the streets 3 this Mixtape by Jay brought Meach to the hiphop world in 2010, he then released his first mixtape Rear View Life which gained him a little recognition. He later released another Mixtape Called (Super Star Lifestyle) solidifying he’s committed to Music. 2014 Meach periodically Hustled to support his family and his music. Constantly losing friends to prison and gun violence meach stayed focus on the plan. Releasing superstar lifestyle his 2nd Mixtape which fans loved and supported lead to Meach putting out Free Jay which was dedicated to long time friend and label mate Jbatters who is now incarcerated. Money Meach first ep was titled The Red Tape and is now available on all digital outlets shows he’s staying devoted to his music career by consistently releasing more music.
Meach is known for his raw rap lyrics and dark and flashy street stories he is influenced by Jadakiss, Camron, Nas, Tupac, Jay-Z, Jim Jones, CNN, Notorious B.I.G, Raekwon, Cormega, And last but not least Az.
Meach is a believer of God (ALI) he has been music driven for years after teaming up with J-Batters And Take Money Entertainment. Meach has served a total of 53 months in NYSDOC and complete 5 years parole. This lasted from 2004 till 2014 during his release he created a lot of music with his child hood friend J-Batters Who is Now incarcerated on Federal Charges. Meach who is very family oriented moved from Buffalo, NY early 2014 to Atlanta, GA where he spends a lot of time with his daughters when he is not working on his Music or other business ventures.
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Intuitive and Funny Rapper Unveils Delectable Single: EXCLUSIVE Interview with Exentric
Prepare your taste buds for a musical treat because the vibrant and witty rapper Exentric just dropped his latest single, “Cake Boss”, a playful ode to the sweet life and other unexpected hobbies. Drawing inspiration from the virtuosic stylings of Eminem, Exentric infuses humor and intuition into his unique sound, setting him apart as a developing artist in the rap scene.
Combining clever wordplay with infectious beats, “Cake Boss” is a delightful journey into the world of Mazzilli’s imagination. Known for his intuitive and humorous approach to storytelling, the artist weaves a feast of verses that explore the joy of indulging in life’s simple pleasures, with a particular focus on everyone’s favorite dessert – cake.
Mazzilli brings a fresh perspective to the rap genre, channeling the spirit of Eminem’s intricate rhymes and complex flows. His seamless delivery and sharp wit showcase a level of virtuosity reminiscent of the rap legend, while simultaneously establishing Exentric as a unique and distinctive force with a sound that is entirely his own.
In “Cake Boss” listeners can expect a fusion of clever lyricism and upbeat production, creating a track that not only entertains but also leaves a lasting impression. The single is poised to become a crowd-pleaser, appealing to rap enthusiasts and debuting on Youtube as a force of consistency.
Exentric has been making waves on the underground scene with his previous releases, earning accolades for his ability to seamlessly blend humor and introspection. “Cake Boss” marks a new chapter in his artistic journey, demonstrating his versatility as an artist and cementing his reputation as a rising star in the industry.
As anticipation builds for the release of “Cake Boss,” Exentric invites fans and music enthusiasts to join him on this whimsical ride. The single is available on all major streaming platforms with a promising a delectable sonic experience for all who indulge.
Eccentric took time to answer a few questions about his hometown, his music and what’s next for him…
You are from Boston..how did being from “Beantown” influence you and your music?
Cities like Boston have always inspired me to do something big. Just the vibe of the city can give me new ideas and help start my creative process. I’ve never been a fan of the fast living tho and growing up surrounded by “massholes” and constant swearing definitely rubbed off on me a bit.
How did you come up with the name, “Exentric?” What does it mean to you?
I never really fit into the crowd and back in school I was often bullied and called all sorts of things like “strange, weird, etc”. I was also very ODD and always felt very misunderstood so I picked the word “Eccentric” because it means unconventional and slightly strange. To me, Exentric means being yourself without even caring how other people will perceive you.
Your latest single is “Cake Boss.” Tell us about the song, the recording process, and what is your favorite flavor/type of cake?
CakeBoss originally started as a freestyle but I decided to make it a fun song filled with literary devices. My recording process was pretty straightforward, I would record take after take and experiment a lot with the flow, cadence, delivery etc until I liked it. And my favorite cake is Vanilla/chocolate ice cream cake and cheesecake 🍰
How do you feel about performing live? How often do you get to do it? Any memorable performances?
To be honest I’ve never had much desire to do live shows but I have done them. I could perform more often if I wanted but it would mostly be open mics, small venues etc and right now I’d rather stay focused on creating new music.
What’s next for you? Any plans for an album? Tour? Next single or video?
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Stephen Lind shares a powerful track “Nosebleeds”
Stephen Lind, a new and popular musician in modern music, has just released a new song called “Nosebleeds,” which is the second song from his upcoming album, Pity Party. The song is about relationships and has been produced by Stephen Lind and Taylor Sparks.
“Nosebleeds” is a catchy and relatable song that draws from Lind’s personal experience of a difficult relationship. The song is mesmerizing and has a strong beat that is sure to get you dancing. Lind’s lyrics are powerful and speak to everyone, and the song mixes different music styles like pop, R&B, and electronic music in a way that makes it perfect for dancing at a club.
As someone who writes about music, I can tell you that “Nosebleeds” is a very special song that is changing the music industry. Stephen Lind is a talented musician who knows how to make great music that is both authentic and modern.
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