Sunday, 23 December 2007

F.A.M.E Houston's fastest rising unsigned Hip Hop talent

F.A.M.E. hails from the
North Houston suburb of Magnolia, Texas. F.A.M.E. burst on the local Houston scene in early 2006 though he’d been a hometown favorite for years. F.A.M.E. started rapping for anyone who would listen at the age of 12 constantly working to perfect his writing and lyrical skills. Some of his early influences included NWA, 8 Ball & MJG, UGK, Ghetto Boys, Scarface, Lil Flip and DJ Screw. Now playing for sold out crowds in Houston and other major cities, his smooth delivery, infectious hooks and excellent vocal range make him one of Houston’s fastest rising stars.

HipHopInformant: What made you get involved with Hip-hop?

F.A.M.E: I've always been lyrically talented, and its a passion so i said y not? and jus hopped in the game like i been it for 5 years.

HipHopInformant: How long have you been involved in the industry?

F.A.M.E: professionally, 11 1/2 months.

HipHopInformant: Do you feel that rappers from Houston have different viewpoints about life than a rapper from New York would have?

F.AM.E: Well, it all depends on what you're rapping about, For instance a texas rapper might be rappin about sippin oil...poppin trunk and reclinin' the 5th wheel..9 times outta 10 new york cats aint gon know what the texas rapper talkin bout cuz it's a Texas thang, ya diigg?? And on the other hand new york rappers might be talkin bout a certain lifestyle new yorkers live and texas cats aint gon know wut they talk about. But if either new york or texas cats are talkin bout LIFE, like the struggle..sellin dope..growin up wit no dad, that's everybody understands that.

HipHopInformant: What are your views on hip-hop at this present moment in time?

F.A.M.E: It's over-saturated..too many ONE HIT WONDERS..Most cats aint lyrical no's all about a CLUB HIT..and that's why i say hip hop dyin..but i'm breathin life back in it..startin right here in H-TOWN!

HipHopInformant: What do you feel about the state of hip-hop in the South?

F.A.M.E: Ima put it like this...we got some lyrical n**guhs down here...includin ME. ima leave it at that.

HipHopInformant: Are there any artists in the industry that you would like to live up to?

F.A.M.E: Nope..i wanna be the BEST..i wanna live up to myself...i respect and got luv fa a lotta rappers in the game, but this personal...i'm goin fa da top!
HipHopInformant: As an artist do you think that the industry needs to change? And if so why?

F.A.M.E: It'll always's just a matter of time..and as far as what i think, it doesnt matter..ima eat REGARDLESS.

My album "The Evolution of F.A.M.E." is very well put together. I have songs for younger kids[teens] songs for the grown and sexy crowd...songs for ladies..songs for G's..songs for the south...songs reppin where i'm from..songs that MANY people can relate to. In this album I touch on a lot of can hear my lyrical ability on every track!! It's a good buy!! To order F.AM.E's outstanding album visit :

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