Artist Interviews


Here you will find some of the hidden gems in the underground industry. It is not just music artists, but graphic designers, other journalists, painters, producers and so many others. I feel that the world needs to see some of the amazing talent in the world.

Artist Interviews

Cashis Stone: A Therapeutic Artist


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Cashis Stone is an artist based out of the Miami area. He is part of Certified ENT and is currently working on his album called The Black and White LP which is scheduled to drop June 16, 2013. He also has an upcoming show on March 23rd, 2013 at the Archives store. So of course be on the look out for that. After dropping his album he is planning a tour throughout Florida.

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Artist Interviews

Nate Charga: An In Charge Entertainer


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Nate Charga has been involved with the music industry for over 10 years. He started writing at the very young age of 11, but it wasn’t until he was 16 that he really started to get into the music scene. He has worked with several different artists in Broward County and Miami area. He has also started Charga Entertainment. In the beginning it started off small with mainly just DJs and has become an empire. Charga Entertainment is well known throughout Broward and is quickly expanding. Charga spends much of his time working on his music and finding ways to expand Charga ENT.
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The Lost Artist: An artist spreading a message


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TLA (The Lost Artist) was born and raised in Carol City. When he was growing up he did not want to be an artist because he didn’t think you could make a living off of it. After graduating High school he was still a little confused about what he wanted to do with art until his mom had a heart to heart that would change his life forever. She told him with tears streaming down her face, to follow his dreams so he wouldn’t wake up every morning miserable like her. After this he started to meet with other artist and came to the realization that he could take his family out of poverty and mostly take his mother out of her inner turmoil. During his continued education he met an artist by the name of Brandon Dudley.  Brandon then introduced TLA to his future mentor GG. His mentor has taught him more than he had learned in school. He taught him the ropes as well as the dos and don’ts of the industry.  Throughout his mentorship he picked up on GG’s artistic abilities and his work started to resemble GG’s.
Artist Interviews

T-Free: A Hip-hop Fashion Mogul


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T-Freeloves music and fashion and those are the two areas of the entertainment industry where he is focusing his talents. T-Free started rapping in middle school in 7th grade. His friends started to notice he had talent and made sure he knew. He then started to build on his newfound talent and started to notice that he loved it.  His stage name also came from his friends. It is a combination of his name. He wanted his stage name to encompass his name and fit his persona. His clothing line is a separate entity from his musical endeavors. T-Free always wanted to own a business but never knew in what field. One day he was sitting there thinking and he realized he had a big interest in fashion. He then started creating shirts and a name for the company. T-Free creates most of the designs himself and has been establishing his company. The company name is Macaw Bayz.