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Urban Culture News Hip Hop MC FAME to Address His 'We All Nigga's' Track
Hip Hop MC FAME to Address His 'We All Nigga's' Track PDF Print E-mail
Written by Robert ID4456   
Friday, 25 July 2008 22:45


With the south serving up some of the hottest hip hop artist in the game, Native son, conscious and sometimes controversial hip hop MC FAME from Alabama / Georgia, stands along side the best that have ever represented for Young Black Males and the struggles of street life.


Thanks to underground hip hop testimonials like “Next 2 Kin” and ‘We All Nigga's”, FAME’s style exhibits the harsh realities of those just trying to survive day to day.


“I try and take the keep is simple approach, given no excuse for why anyone couldn’t get what I’m saying” FAME reasons. “I came from nothing - a bastered child, so I know what it feels like to not have what you need”


FAME is continually building buzz off of the recent hip hop release compilation “In the Shadow of an Icon” from Thug Life Army Records. The Southern conscious, and sometimes controversial, hip hop MC is also set to release his highly anticipated mix tape “BAMA SLANG” with the help of DJ Jelly from southern style hip hop DJ’s out of Atlanta, GA.


No matter what is being supplied, a man is only as good as his word. For that FAME has given his word to continue to paint the picture of hope for those in less fortunate situations. “I try to be as real as the problems we are all facing” FAME tells ThugLifeArmy.com. “My music gives options or alternatives to situations” says FAME.


What set FAME’s music apart from the ‘industry standard hip hop’ is his ability to keep it authentic and tell stories thru his rap that address real issues that have been long over looked. FAME believes that Young Black Males issues are far reaching and that there’s a bitter truth in their struggles.


FAME born Durrell Briskey in Montgomery, AL has always known from an early age that there would be days the he would have to walk alone. When he graduated high school he knew his options were slim.  Living with a single mother and no father figure, it became obvious that becoming a man was something left solely up to him, so he decided to join the Marine Corps.


FAME spent the next seven years in the Marine Corps learning discipline and exploring what the world had to offer. In 2004 FAME suffered the lost of several family members; including a young cousin only a year apart from him. This was the turning point that forced FAME to realize that things needed to change.


Since exiting the Marine Corps in 2005, FAME has spent much of his time finding his place in his family again, now as a man and being an example for all the Young Black Males he comes in contact with. He realized that for all he’d been given he wanted to give something back. So in 2006 he started his own label Money Made Music Group and his purpose was to give as many Young Black Males a chance to have their own voice heard.


This remarkable hip hop MC will be the guest of  W.E. A.L.L. B.E. News & Radio July 27 featured on  ‘Tha Artivist’ R2C2H2 show at 7PM C/8PM E/5PM P


Among the things they will be talking about is the track by FAME titled ‘We All Nigga’s’. This track by the Southern hip hop MC FAME was done long before NAS cut his N.I.G.G.E.R. track.


Listen to the track below and make sure to catch this inspirational and exceptional hip hop rap artist on W.E. A.L.L. B.E. News & Radio July 27th.


And participate in the show. Have a question or feedback on the track, hit up ‘Tha Artivist’ R2C2H2 show by Calling them Live at 646-652-4593 Or E-mailing them Your Questions and Comments at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or use the convenient instant message system on the W.E. A.L.L. B.E. News & Radio web site.


Date: Sunday July 27, 2008


Special Time: 7PM C/8PM E/5PM P


Listen To The Show Live Online:



Listen to FAME – We All Niggas -- HERE


Listen to the track Next 2 Kin by FAME off the album In The Shadow of an Icon released by Thug Life Army Records HERE


Check out more from FAME at http://www.myspace.com/MoneyMadeEnt


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Some Of The Featured Guests That Will Aid In The Discussion Are:

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Urban Culture News Hip Hop MC FAME to Address His 'We All Nigga's' Track

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