Wednesday, August 5, 2015

WDNG Crshrs - UTDinfinity

If you checked out Quentin Miller's solo mixtape Hey!thanks a lot 2, I added a song called "Combination" by a group called WDNG Crshrs (wedding crashers) that QM is also a part of. I was feeling that song so I tracked down the whole album UTDinfinity, 1317!

Saturday, August 1, 2015

Meek Mill Vs. Drake

The young bull started things off on twitter with accusations that Champgne Poppy wasn't writing his own lyrics, name dropped Quentin Miller and insinuated that was the reason that Drake didn't tweet about Meek Mill's album being released (that Drake is featured on). Funk Master Flex chimed in and released at least one reference track of Quentin Miller rapping a bit of what we all know now as a Drake song.
Some people seem to think Meek Mill light weight apologized on twitter, but just two days after the initial tweets Drake dropped a kryptic/ironic diss caller Charged Up
Then two day later dropped Back to Back
by this point the internet was going crazy having fun with Meek as a no show. He was the butt of jokes on Instagram, Tumbler and Twitter. Drake wasted no time with an answer and it was reported that earlier this year he donating $75,000 to the same Philadelphia high school Meek attended and donated just $10,000 to as well as sent 6 bottles of champagne to Charlamagne da god, a well known Drake hater.
Quentin Miller quietly dropped a diss called Lies

Even Nikki's ex-boyfriend Safaree got a diss track in called Lifeline
Meek finally came back with his Reply in rap form after questioning people's lyrics
Wanna Know
He even brings up T.I. and a 2010 incident where one of his boys pee'd on Drake at a movie premier and Funk Master Flex tried to back him up by releasing 3-4 more Reference tracks Drake used to build his last album (those can be found in this link here ).

 here is good break down from the rumor mill via Possiebot:

The Real Story behind the meek and Drake beef?

Meek found out from dj drama that drake had used a reference track from quinton for RICO. Meek confronted drake about it and they had a lil argument and drake felt like he was disrespected for the way meek came at him since he was doing a favor for meek. This happened the same week of meeks homecoming concert. Drake didnt show up because he was pissed at the way meek came at him. Meek was upset because drake was supposed to be the big celeb for his event. The track was already recorded and done when meek found out. Meek decided to still put the track on his cd. Months later meeks album comes out and drake doesnt tweet about it. Meek was upset because he felt like despite them having anargument, drake would still support since hes on the album.

Meek started feeling himself when he saw how taylor went at nicki and how much love nicki was getting even though taylor is the bigger star. Meek felt like ill just expose drake and the public will side with me because they will see that drake is a fraud just like they sided with nicki over taylor. Word gets around to all the djs like charlemagne and flex that drama has a ref track and more ref tracks. Flex begs drama for the 10 bands track and drops it. By jow most djs already know that there are more ref tracks that drama has. None of them care because they dont want to ruin their relationship that drake has with their station. Flex decides to put it out there when he found out about the other ref tracks acting like he had it but drama wouldnt give it up.

Meek didnt think drake would respond to him and was shocked when charged up came out. Meek did his diss record and told flex he would give it to him but was still trying to get the other ref tracks from drama to give to flex but drama wouldnt give it so flex and meek last minute decided not to premiere the diss track because they wanted to drop everything at the same time and ether drake. The next day drake releases his second track and shocks flex and meek because they werent expecting it. Meek already hAs his diss wanna know recorded but pretends like he still has to record it because he wAs still trying to get the ref tracks. Dj drama gives the track to meek who then tells flex that they are ready. Dj drama did not get paid for it. He wAs upset like op stated because he gave meek the ref tracks as a favor and meek went and called TI name in his track about the pee accident. TI got upset at drama and drama is pissed like op stated because he involved TI. Everything has backfired on all of them. Meek already knew about the piss incident but drama didnt think he would say it in his song and put TI name.

Another tea. The beggining of wanna know when meek talks about a !!!!! who went to jail for not snitching but later snitches. He was talking about AR-AB. When drake ref his name in back to back. Meek found out that AR-AB will be signing to ovo and has told his secrets to drake….meek is scared because drake has alot of info about him. This is the reason y drama gave the ref tracks to meek. They knew drake has ammo on meek and could air it out so as a friend drama gave the tracks thinking it would stop drake and it all backfired.

not from me but a source off tumblr

Sunday, July 26, 2015

Drake ghostwriter drama

These people are in the credits on Drakes album. Could have just read it there months ago, but now these reference tracks are surfacing.

QM, Q.Miller, Quentin Miller
his version of 10 bands

Know Yourself

I believe this is the song that started all of this
when it went on Meek Mill's album


Mike Zombie
we knew he was the producer, you hear his name at the beginning of the song
his version of Started From The Bottom

production credits from
Drake's album - If You're Reading This It Too Late;

(A. Graham, J. Brathwaite, Q. Miller, B. Bush & T. Mosley)

(A. Graham & M. Samuels)
Produced by: Boi-1da
Co-Produced by: OB O'Brien

(A. Graham, Q. Miller, M. Samuels, A. Feeny & R. Thomas III)
Produced by: Boi-1da
Co-Produced by: Sevn Thomas

(A. Graham, Q. Miller, M. Samuels, A. Hernandez & J. Scruggs)
Produced by: Boi-1da
Co-Produced by: Vinylz and Syk Sense

(A. Graham, Q. Miller, K. Samir, M. Samuels & A. Feeny)
Produced by: Boi-1da
Co-Produced by: Frank Dukes

(A. Graham, N. Shebib, S. Garnett, B. Bush & T. Mosley)
Produced by: Noah "40" Shebib

(A. Graham, M. Samuels & J. Scruggs)
Produced by: Boi-1da and Syk Sense

(A. Graham, A. Obie, E. Ahmed, D. Smith, D. Levy & N. Shebib)
Produced by: Vinylz, Most High and Amir Obe

(A. Graham, J. Brathwaite, Alicia Augello-Cook, K Brothers Jnr, E. Jantunen & N. Shebib)

(J. Brathwaite & Ekali)

USED TO featuring Lil Wayne
(A. Graham, D. Carter, Q. Miller, K. Samir, E. Oshunrinde & M. Giombini)
Produced by: WondaGurl

(A. Graham, Q. Miller & N. Shebib)
Produced by: Noah "40" Shebib
Co-Produced by: Daxz

(A. Graham, G. Phillips & E. Dingus)
Produced by: Eric Dingus and Jimmy Prime

COMPANY featuring Travi$ Scott
(A. Graham, J. Webster & E. Oshunrinde)
Produced by: WondaGurl and Travis Scott

(A. Graham, M. Samuels, R. Ilbanga Jr., N. Shebib & A. Ritter)
Produced by: Boi-1da
Co-Produced by: Noah "40" Shebib and Illmind

(A. Graham, G. Garzón-Montano, K. Samir & N. Shebib)
Produced by: Noah "40" Shebib

(A. Graham, K. Samir, M. Samuels, A. Feeny & R. Thomas III)
Produced by: Boi-1da
Co-Produced by: Frank Dukes and Sevn Thomas


This tape is for 40, Oliver, Future the Prince, Niko, Mazin, Ethan, Richard, Chubbs, Preme, Ant Daddy, Gelo, Mark, Jordan, TJ, Haffa, Biz, Aunty Kay, Charlene, Baka, Win Win, Styles, Gilla, Felli, Freddy, K9, 50, Babel, Grease, T Rexx, JRJ, Bob, Steelus, Jahvon, Hawiti, Jonny Roxx, Kareem, Julius, BOI 1DA, Dio, Morgan, Noel, T Minus, Theo, Noel, Usher Raymond, J Mac, Snaz, Arian, Sicky Rel, Skinny Gucci, Everybody that reaches volleyball, Everybody that ever reached skating and paradise, Habibiz, Sway, Kayla, Glo, Vida, PND, Jay Wray, Tyler, Brian Espirto, Amir, Demar, Kyle, Pat Man, T Ross, Lou Will, JV, JJ, Bruno, Lucas, Chuck, GV, Stiemsma and the whole Raptors organization, Raemiah, Cortne, Nicole that used to come see me in my mom's basement...How is your kid? Find us somehow. Linda and Amanda Noro that took me to that poetry reading in Baltimore where Malcolm Jamal Warner performed, Whitney from Brampton, Nadia... But this tape is for you when you worked at La Vie en Rose and lived on Fox Trail or whatever that street was called, Also for every woman that tried it this year and all the waste cyatties worldwide... Please know yourself this year, All mi bad skoolys in YAAD, Gizzle, Popcaan Unruly Boss, Grizzly B, Chromatic, Retro and the whole unruly YVP OVP, Cha Ching and Aidonia, Nicholas Boss, and Myself

This tape would not be possible without: Noel, Boi 1DA, Vinylz, 40, Oliver, OB, Cans, QM, Hush, Kenza, PND, Hazelton Hotel, Palace Hotel, Sota Studios, Sandra Gale Studio at the YOLO Estate, GGM, Zoe Kravitz, Wondagurl, Roxy, Do Eric and Big Tho, Nation Karim, Theo, RiFF RAFF, Skepta, Chief Keef, Travi$ Scott, Jimmy Prime, Amir Obe, Madonna and Ginuwine

Nuh Shake

Quentin Miller - Hey! Thanks A Lot 2

This is a Mixtape from Quentin Miller, the guy from Drakes writing credits and the 10 Bands reference track. People are calling him a ghostwriter now. Read what he had to say about it himself through his Tumbler:

Winter 2014… I was just another guy working a job he hated with a passion for music…. And somehow found myself on the phone with One of my idols.. i told him i worked in a bakery and his exact words were “Fuck that, your destined for greatness”… Hearing that from someone that I’ve been studying since 2009, bar for bar…. Theres no way to describe that..

Most of the project was done before i came in the picture.. i remember him playing it for me for the first time thinking “Why am I here?” like.. what does he need me for?? The answer is.. Nothing… I watched this man piece together words in front of me… I watched him write/ replace bars 2- 3 at a time on 6pm in NY.. I witnessed him light up, go in and freestyle madonna…. I took notes from the best in the game….

I remember him Showing me the thank you notes in NY before the album dropped.. Showing me the QM, telling me they put me on the credits (Ghostwritter???) … He attached my name to something that touched the world.. When nobody would pay attention, drake saw something in me and reached out… Of all people… drizzy.. Two artist in exact opposite spaces in their career.. We came together and made something special.. I am not and never will be a “ghostwriter” for drake.. Im proud to say that we’ve collaborated .. but i could never take credit for anything other than the few songs we worked on together .. Thats all i have to say on it.. back to this 1317 shit… – Q.M.

Then listen to some of his songs
 Listen to Hey! 2
 I included a song by WDNG CRSHRS (T. Callaway , Q. Miller, N. Miles) album UTDinfinity 

or his version of  10 Bands

Sunday, June 28, 2015

Kollision - High Performance (1996)

 Some of my folks on this throwback album, in 320kbps. DJ Daryl recycled a beat from this album that reappeared as Dru Down's Too Short diss "Mr. Buster"

Listen to HiPer

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Tom Hutch - Middle Finger

Making his way from across the Narrows Bridge in Gig Harbor, WA, Tacoma Hip hop's Tom Hutch is one of the most vetted acts on the Westcoast. His hustle and style can be compared to a Philthy Rich or G-Eazy with a pacific northwest touch. He has been touted frequently by Rappin 4'Tay as the next big thing - already at his young age he has several accomplishments including being the first to get Sacramento's Luni Coleone and San Francisco's Rappin 4'Tay together on a track, as well as the first to get collaborations for Kuzzo Fly with 4'Tay and Mitchy Slick. He stretches his reach far beyond the borders of Washington State, touring significantly with major acts like Kuzzo Fly, Rappin 4'Tay, Coolio and Treach - that many upcoming musicians can only dream about. He has also set-up and co-headlined with Kokane, Lil Flip, C-Bo, T-Nutty and Stevie Joe.

His 'Southend Cyphers' is another project he stands by. A freestyle session series that he uses to bring awareness to the local hip-hop acts in the Seattle area. His projects birthed numerous rap careers like promoter Jake Moore aka Boss Mode, and the 'PME' group which feature Medicated and Elzz.

Besides music he is also adept at business. He recently started his own clothing line 'PME Tadadirt' promoted by bay area vets Rappin 4'Tay and Kuzzo Fly.

He recently released his newest album "PME - On They Own" with features from Rappin 4 Tay on 2 tracks. His next cd will also feature the bay area legend along with Kuzzo fly, Luni Coleone, and 2piece (the featured artist on Roy Jones Jr.'s "Can't be Touched")

Southend Cyphers 5 -

Southend Cyphers 6 -


Tom Hutch - Middle Finger (Official Video)

Axtion - One Man Army 2

  • intro 
  • 2.NBA JAMS 
  • 3.DURTY DURTY produced by AXTION 
  • 4.MONEYHALIC produced by KENNY B 
  • 5.WRONG WAY 
  • 7.TENNESSEE SLUGGA produced by KENNY B 
  • 8.I GOT 
  • 9.NIGGAS IN M.B. 
  • 11.BONKA'S 
  • 12.CLOSE TO THE EDGE produced by SETH HOOD ft. K.T. SLIM PIMPIN 
  • 14.BIG DOG ft. RIO MOORE produced by RIO MOORE 
  • 15.16. BRAND NEW produced by KENNY B  
  • Listen to One Man Army2


DIVINE CIGHT - Mazel Tov & Down x Out / Black Excellence

 He's a college dropout who was born in Southeast DC, raised in Atlanta, so his sound incorporates both northern and southern influences. Interests include studying classic rap, women, weed, and finding fashionable treasures that fit him.

"Mazel Tov"
Youtube Video Submission: "Down x Out" 
 DIVINE CIGHT's Video: "Black Excellence"
Directed x Edited by MiRage Vanguard, Filmed by D. Nelson.
This track samples from Jay-Z & Kanye West's "Murder To Excellence."

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Jose Rivera - Southern Comfort Music Presents Becoming Legendary

 15 Tracks
Listen to BL

Kindred - Visions

Hoping to still connect with his EP

For now a link to his video for Vision

Sic ILL Press Release + Music Video links

Demetrius Jackson, more known by his stage name SIC ILL grew up and currently resides in Tacoma, Washington.

SIC ILL is a videographer/musician famous for the catch phrase "Let's get it!" and the viral video "Labyrinth Zone Act 1". He is parodied by Eminem in the music video "Rap God".

 SIC ILL is proving there are no limits for his visual design or performance abilities. He has established himself as an artist to keep an eye on with incredible lyrical prowess and singing abilities generations above his age. Currently an independent artist SIC ILL is preparing his VICDEMIC 3 & 4 and STREETDEMIC 3 & 4 albums with original production for release this summer.

Sic ill released 12 albums in 2012 among them "Techdemic" given a review in the newspaper Seattle Weekly and "Epidemic" featured in a Weekly Volcano newspaper article. In 2013 Seattle Newspaper The Stranger wrote an article on his Mcdonald's Super Size Me parody video "Fast N Hot". Sic ill performs frequently in the Seattle area and has shared the stage with artists such as; Luni Coleone and Kokane.

With no formal promotion, SIC ILL's videos are over 100,000+ views on YouTube and received support from VladTV,, Seattle Stranger Newspaper,,, and Amongst all his menacing viral videos "FAST N HOT" and the Mortal Kombat inspired "THE PIT" caused quite a stir in early 2013, both racking over 10,000 views each in only a month's span.

Since his self-produced/directed videos started making waves with fans and peers alike, SIC ILL has received accolades from the music industry at every turn, most notably Brian of DAY26 and Benzino of The Source fame [currently Hip Hop Weekly Magazine]. SIC ILL's own lyrical idols include Nas, MF Doom, Brotha Lynch Hung. Already being compared to the likes of Drake, Kirko Bangz and Roscoe Dash, SIC ILL definitely seems like he's on his grind and if he keeps going at the rate that he is, possibly can be the next best singer/rapper combo in the game.

SIC ILL - ALADDIN - The Music Video

Check out the official video on YouTube -

The latest of SIC ILL's entertaining videos. The Seattle, Washington emcee lives the Aladdin lifestyle of a city beggar in this animated flash and real-life film adaption.

Sic ill has also been recently publicized in numerous blogs/media/press:
Check out SIC ILL's full length movie/musical: YOUTUBEDEMIC
on YouTube:

Demetrius Jackson, the artist known as SIC ILL from Tacoma, Washington is proving why he's one of the best netcees on the web. He recently finished a self-produced/directed full length movie/musical "YOUTUBEDEMIC" and it's accompaning soundtrack on iTunes. This is the first rap "musical/music album" video and uses all 22 songs and lasts over an hour and fourteen minutes.

The songs all are shot in Sic's hometown of Tacoma, Washington, a mid-sized city, 30 miles south of Seattle. All his audio sounds vintage because he prefers to record everything in analog quality. He stretches the boundaries of the akai XR20 drum machine on this album self-producing every track. All sounds are recorded in digital multitracks instead of Pro Tools. HD footage is intentionally shrunk to standard video. Masters are re-encoded to MP3 format. This is done to make it easier for his social media audience to consume.

Sic ill does not rely on itunes, he also uses his voice and skills to sell audiobooks on sites like and Barnes and Noble. A worthy career alternative for someone who's skills include being a journalist and graphic designer.

A true Netcee, the only way to find Sic ill is in his hometown. He makes up for this by opening for national artists as they headline their way through Seattle, Portland and Vancouver B.C., 2013's openings include Luni Coleone, Kokane of Dogg Pound Records, Kuzzo Fly and Messy Marv.
SIC ILL - Revenge of Shinobi [VID/MP3] + Rapper releases 31 mixtapes in 31 days...

Check out "Sic ill's" 40th music video - "Revenge of Shinobi"
SIC ILL - Revenge of Shinobi - [Youtube]

SIC ILL MANIA !!! 31 mixtapes in 31 days

Rapper makes 31 mixtapes in 31 Days...

In a publicity stunt inspired by Gorilla Zoe's "28 mixtapes in 28 days" in February 2010, the self-proclaimed "Netcee" SIC ILL will be releasing 31 mixtapes for every day in July 2013. Each mixtape will have it's own theme, some are full-fledged albums with original production, others are mixtapes using famous instrumentals.

Recently in June 2013, SIC ILL released the first rap movie/musical. The video "YouTubedemic" plays for almost an hour and a half. The video is the rap equivalent to R&B singer R. Kelly's "Trapped in the Closet" and plays all 22 tracks in tracklisting order on the self-produced YouTubedemic soundtrack available on iTunes.

In an Ozone magazine interview after his feat, Gorilla Zoe stated that he did not think this could be redone and he could go 365 days if he wished. Sic is not going so far as putting a mixtape every day for a year unsuprisingly and is staying with his 31 day strategy.

"Like Zoe said, he made the blueprint, I just peeped game."

All Sic ill mixtapes will be available on on the day of release.

July 1 - Vicdemic 3 - Produced by Victor Herman
July 2 - NDemic - Produced by Natate Productions [New England]
July 3 - Streetdemic 3 [Industry Mixtape]
July 4 - Katy B Demic [Rap Lyrics over United Kingdom singer Katy B beats]
July 5 - [...To Be Announced]

SIC ILL - Revenge of Shinobi [Youtube] -

"SIC ILL" makes a tribute song for the NBA western conference champion San Antonio Spurs. "2013 Western Conference Champions" Tribute Song
SIC ILL - The Spurs
Youtube -

SIC ILL - Blueberries + The Video Re-Up

#52 SIC ILL - Blueberries -
Northwest rapper SIC ILL films at a Blueberry Park

#40 SIC ILL - Revenge of Shinobi

#41 SIC ILL - The Spurs [Edo-G & Pete Rock - Boston]

#42 SIC ILL - Pots and Pans

#43 SIC ILL - A Perfect 16 Bars [Aceyalone - The Faces]

#44 SIC ILL - Micheala [Sadistik - Micheal]

#45 SIC ILL - Perfect Stranger [Katy B - Perfect Stranger

#46 SIC ILL - Self Made [Inspectah Deck - What they Want]

#47 SIC ILL - On A Mission [Katy B - On A Mission]

#48 SIC ILL - Dance With Myself [Riff Raff - Bird on a Wire]

#49 SIC ILL - Shatter

#50 SIC ILL - Higher

#51 SIC ILL - Soccer Game [Prod. Natate Productions]

#52 SIC ILL - Blueberries

#53 SIC ILL - Manuscript

#54 SIC ILL - Another Round of Lies

#55 SIC ILL - Flowers [Vast Aire - Why'sdaskyblue]

#56 SIC ILL - The Jungle

SIC ILL - Ferry Boats
Pacific northwest rapper SIC ILL [sick-ill] directs and stars in this music video highlighting the Ferry Boats used in the Seattle area. Original production from Natate Productions.

 Seattle's "other" superstar rapper [almost completely overshadowed by the ultra-popular Macklemore], the famous netcee SIC ILL. [Sick-ill] makes 100s of self-directed Music Videos on his youtube channel, some animated, others weird, some great, some not-so. Already being compared to the likes of Lil B, Snow Tha Product and Kreayshawn [] [] [Seattle's The Stranger Newspaper] Performed live and shared the stage with the likes of Kokane of Doggpound Records, Rappin 4 Tay, Luni Coleone, First Degree the D.E., Kuzzo Fly and many more as well as numerous occasions as a professional photographer while previously living in Miami, Florida with famous musicians H-Town, Chico Debarge, Brian Angel of Day26, Lil Cuete, Benzino of Love and Hip-Hop, Brisco of Cash Money/Young Money Records, artists in the Seattle-Hip Hop scene and many more
 Seattle rapper SIC ILL is taking over the world with French Fries

SIC ILL is enjoying a successful 2013.

The Drake-ish rapper/singer buzzes in the pacific northwest with a constant supply of free downloads and videos releases. With fellow town heroes Macklemore & Ryan Lewis already achieving super-stardom the pressure is on for the local sensation who is compared to nationwide buzz sensations Snow Tha Product, RiFF RaFF and Chance the Rapper.

Seattle has a knack of having rappers that come out with great viral videos. First Sir Mix A Lot released the legendary "Baby Got Back". Macklemore & Ryan Lewis dropped "Thrift Shop". Seemingly as an aftershock of Thrift Shop SIC ILL's recent success and country-wide buzz comes mainly from his million-plus viewed YouTube video "FAST N HOT", a Mcdonalds Rap/Super Size-Me track. He also has other rap-parody/spoofs of Zelda, Donkey Kong, Monopoly, Atari classic 'Pitfall', Where the Wild Things Are, Star Wars, Mortal Kombat and other nostalgic topics.

Even with distraction of being in the limelight, SIC ILL's only drive is to create more music and videos, with over eighty music videos in his collection already.

SIC ILL - "Tippy" [Seattle Seahawks NFL Championship Remix][Radio Clean]

Artist: SIC ILL

Song: Tippy

Year: 2014

Produced: Custom Instrumental provided by "Thurge Beats" -

Description: Seattle, Washington musician "SIC ILL" makes a song for his city after his hometown "Seattle Seahawks" win a NFL championship. References Richard Sherman, Marshawn Lynch, Russell Wilson, Ichiro, Gary Payton, Felix Hernandez

Youtube Music Video: SIC ILL - "Tippy" -

Song included. SIC ILL - "Tippy" - Custom Instrumental provided by Thurge Beats [] [Radio Clean Instrumental] MP3 320 KBP

Seattle Hip-hop artist "SIC ILL" drops a nostalgic video about Sonic The Hedgehog level "Labyrinth Zone Act 1", Using the level music and all. Trippy...

SIC ILL - Labyrinth Zone Act 1 [Official Video]

SIC ILL​ - Marble Zone (Music Video) 





Contact Information Email: Phone: (253) 255-2149

Official Website/Press:
Twitter: @SIC_ILL -
Official Website:

Social Media Link


Arstanda - Laughter (Single)

 Single submitted long ago. Sorry for the Delay....
Listen @ SoundCloud