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This is about getting my music known and be out their. I'm always looking for collaborations and i want to do hooks for producers. Not a singer, a rapper. My rapper name on YouTube is L.C.T.R/Yung Twizted or L.C.T.R or Yung Twizted. I go by both names. L.C.T.R was my born rapper name. Now im Yung Twizted. 💯 search me up!
 
The Rappers Over Thirty (R.O.T) podcast is a supportive, motivational rap podcast for hip hop underground artists over thirty. It features music interviews, hip hop album reviews, healthy hip hop living, fanbase building, rap music business networking, and an underground hip hop radio station that plays new rap songs. "Rap is a young man’s game" is a conspiracy that falls in line with the "Willie Lynch Letters" - Imp The Great Rap is a multitude of things that fall under the edutainment cate ...
 
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On This week's episode we dive into the topic of mental heath, we explored the different types and what it looks like typically in a person's life. 00:00 Intro and Check In 13:33 What is Mental Heath 41:35 Is church enough ? 1:08:00 Steps in How to deal w/ Mental Heath Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/justarapperpodcast/…
 
On this weeks episode we explore the fact God's Kinda childish, Sha'cari Richardson can't run, 4 million people quit their jobs, and Dominic Toretto can't beat Captain America . At the end of the Day I'm Just a Rapper. . . 00:00 - Intro 5:10 - God's Childish 20:38 - Sha'cari Richardson 45:32 - I Quit 1:06 - Domnic Toretto Vs. Captain America . Inst…
 
In this episode: “Imp The Great” explains why non-blacks who love black people and black culture should support black business. Imp plays a couple of his songs and a few exclusive unreleased songs from Ill Philosophy Records. He interviews “Jizzm High Definition” about his rap music, record label, artists, and influences. When asked about his healt…
 
NgaFsh is a member of the “Chillin Villain Empire” (C.V.E) and the “Dynamic Duo” with his son “DJ NoWords”. He initially started rapping with “MC Spend” a rapper who would later become known as the “Bitch Better Have My Money” rapper “A.M.G”. NgaFsh has been producing underground albums for years, toured the states and other parts of the world. As …
 
In this episode: I play multiple songs by my son “Creepy Fingers” and ask the question “What happened to his career?” I also play a dope song called “Yah Gone Hear Me” by “Roc Box”. My special guest interview is with the Los Angeles native and a music industry original “DJ Silky D”. She broke barriers and laid the groundwork in the streets, clubs a…
 
In this episode: Imp interviews and plays music from “Fa’Ever the Realist”. She’s a Los Angeles based rapper, podcast host, school teacher and the granddaughter of the the late William “Blacula” Marshall”. She starred in the movie “Death by Association” and her podcast show “Stuck at a Green Light” promotes black owned businesses and gives awarenes…
 
In this episode: Imp plays music and interviews the veteran rapper “DisMost”. The unsung “Good Life” open mic venue emcee. DisMost wrote “24 Hours to Live” for Eazy E, has a song with Too Short and has toured with Ras Kas. He optioned out of signing with Dr Dre and Suge Knight and has been affiliated with DJ Bobcat. When things got hot for Puff Dad…
 
In this episode: Imp plays music and interviews his guest of the day "MAS1". Who's been in the rap game for over a decade, and is part of the groups “Rhyme Apes”, “Council of Nine”, and “Echoes of Auditory Crew”. "MAS1" was influence by Deep House music and artists like N.W.A, Too Short, Rapping Forte, Kris Parker and underground artists like the H…
 
In this episode: Imp plays music from Big Al and Duke of Earl. Mr. Earl Martin is the special guest interviewee and the two discuss. His legendary interviews with artists like Dr. Dre, Run DMC, Ice T, Tupac, an Biggie Smalls. Duke shares stories about his hip hop cable TV show “Underground Nation”. Being mentored and friends with “Soul Trains” Don …
 
In this episode of the “Rappers Over Thirty Podcast”: Imp discusses “Bad company ruins good morals” and reminds people to watch the company they keep. Imp interviews the Nino Light the “Hope Pusha” formally known as Nino White from the hardcore rap group S.I.K M.O.B. The two discuss Nino’s career, his new found hope and peace in Jesus Christ, not b…
 
In this episode of the “Rappers Over Thirty Podcast” Imp discusses his upcoming film “Evil Justice”. A film about a successful real estate agent (Donald) Who has to feed three bodies to a grave at one of his properties or else he will die. Once his evil deeds are done he sells the property to Jimmy a racist policeman, who’s gotten away with murderi…
 
In this episode of the “Rappers Over Thirty Podcast” Imp discusses how Ms. Toi inspired him to take care of the long overdue business of copyrighting, publishing, and joining Sound Exchange and encourages his listeners to do the same. He interviews Ms. Toi a rap music boss who is featured on one of Ice Cube’s biggest songs “You Can Do It” which was…
 
In this episode: Imp ask his podcast listeners to find inspiration to do the right thing in regards to diet, fitness, business, relevance, and killing “Willie Lynch Syndrome in the Black Community”. He shares tells a story of how he got sick from breathing in asbestos during a roofing job and the importance of wearing a mask. He invites listeners t…
 
In this episode of the “Rappers Over Thirty” podcast: Imp proclaims that most people who do good things to help others out do it out of the kindness of their heart with no expectation of anything back. However in terms and philosophies like “show appreciation”, “Support those that support you”, and “Got each others back” have fallen on deaf ears, a…
 
In this episode of the “Rappers Over Thirty” podcast: “Rhymes Laced with Life with St. Louis Gibbor. Imp commends the two west coast rappers “Boskoe” and “Gonzoe” for settling their differences in the boxing ring as oppose to taking it to the streets. The celebrity boxing match will be on March 13, 2021 at the California Thunder dome. Imp also disc…
 
In this episode: "Spitting That Raw S#!+ with FOUR ZONE" Imp shouts out Tiffany Haddish for giving opportunities to comedians who helped her before she was famous and Imp wants to know many successful people in the rap music industry don’t do the same. He also discusses the importance of “Indie Rap Music Bosses” setting aside their egos and working…
 
In this episode: Imp plays music and interviews “R. Kain Blaze” an international award winning filmmaker who also happens to rap, publish magazines, direct, produces films, and is a member of the band “Afrofraktal”. Blaze discusses his upcoming “Pajaud: Art+ Work” documentary about the late William Pajaud an African American artist known for his ja…
 
In this episode: Imp shares information on how his listeners can contribute to be a producer on his upcoming film “Evil Justice” by by making a (cash app) $RappersOverThirty contribution of $50 or $100 He discusses the peaceful presidential inauguration of President Biden. Shares his 38 day diet and exercise plans. Finally Imp interviews the self-p…
 
In this episode: Imp The Great plays two of his older tracks “We Gotta Care” and “Ghetto Constitution” featuring Shahid from Cipher 7. He shares his big “What If?” Thoughts on the potential for a civil war “Donald Trump vs America”, shouts out Damon Dash, and has a serious discussion with the South Bronx producer DJ E-Man. DJ E-MAN YouTube: “State …
 
In this episode: The “Rappers Over Thirty” podcast host “Imp the Great” quotes Dr. Llaila Afrika author of "African Holistic Health", talks about how people will plot to undermine your efforts, interviews "Tomeicko" a.k.a "Watts 1965" and plays several of her song. Her husband "Volume 10" (Pistol Grip Pump) also chimes in for a few minutes. The son…
 
In this episode: Imp The Great discuss the importance of supporting each other, New Years resolutions, and interviews DJ Jahbluez whose had his hand in hip hop since the golden age. The two discuss his beat making and DJ equipment, being inspired by DJ Chris the Glove, his battle with “Gout” and the “Armenian Massacre”. The songs of the day are: “S…
 
In this episode: The “Rappers Over Thirty” podcast host “Imp the Great” gives some tips on exercising despite the gyms being closed. Imp advises reading the ingredients on foods and drinks before consuming them and noting grams of sugar in food and drinks. Imp has asked rap musicians to submit mid to fast tempo songs for a workout playlist he'll cr…
 
In this episode: The “Rappers Over Thirty” podcast host “Imp the Great” talks about the need to stop eating beef and how everyone including black business needs to support black business. He also explains the importance of having a central hub outside of social networks for you works, products, services and the importance of having an email list. T…
 
In this episode: The “Rappers Over Thirty” podcast host “Imp the Great” talks about the need to stop eating processed foods and its relation to diabetes. He urges people to pre-plan and prep meals and learn to cook healthy alternatives to their favorite overly processed foods. Imp then has a serious conversation with scholar, educator, speaker, lea…
 
In this episode: The “Rappers Over Thirty” podcast host “Imp the Great” shares a few eating, exercise, music business, and killing Willie Lynch Syndrome tips. He tells a few stories about his special guest "Ellay Khule" before playing the pre-recorded interview. The song played on this episode are “Cheated Death” and "PEACE" by Ellay Khule. Both so…
 
In this episode: The “Rappers Over Thirty” podcast host “Imp the Great” tells the listeners what “Rappers Over ‘Thirty” is all about. He explains the ongoing topics (Health, Artists Relevancy, Rap Music Business, Bettering the black community, and Willie Lynch Syndrome). The song of the day was “30 and Up” by Aceyalone, and the guest interview was …
 
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