SD Exclusive: Ryan Caraveo on What He Brings to Seattle’s Music Scene

SD Exclusive: Ryan Caraveo on What He Brings to Seattle’s Music Scene

The Crocodile in Seattle can hold a capacity of 525. Usually reserved for rappers coming on tour from out of town, Ryan Caraveo defied odds on December 12 when he almost sold it out. Was it mentioned that this was his first big headlining show? That same day, Ryan leapt into the Seattle music scene fully with his debut album, Swings. The album is a four-year in the making project for the young native. A culmination of hard work that bends pop and hip-hop together. Not only was The Crocodile packed, but these fans who came out were well familiar… continue reading

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SD Exclusive: Jon Bellion Talks Debut Album, Thoughts On Love, Favorite Pixar Movie & More

SD Exclusive: Jon Bellion Talks Debut Album, Thoughts On Love, Favorite Pixar Movie & More

Wu-Tang raised him, Death Cab changed him, and now the world has begun to accept him. At only 23 years-old, Jon Bellion wields many hats, including singer, producer and the occasional rapper. His sound is so unique in an era where copycats run rampant. It’s the cliche known as a breath of fresh air. With three free albums under his belt, and a successful headlining first tour, Jon is set to really takeover in 2015. His music is racking up the views everywhere and his following increases weekly. In our interview, Jon Bellion discussed when the idea of J. Dilla… continue reading

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SD Exclusive: Problem on Creating “Andale,” His Debut Album & More

SD Exclusive: Problem on Creating “Andale,” His Debut Album & More

Problem has an ear for a hit. He’s been heavily used in hip-hop over the past few years. The resume speaks for itself, and his own solo career has been growing at a consistent pace. “Andale” is the first single off his currently untitled debut album due out early 2015. The concoction brings Lil Jon’s ad-libs and Jahlil Beats’ energetic production together. A right push could put it on the level of “Like Whaaat.” While out in Seattle in September, Problem spoke about the creation of “Andale.” He says he met Lil Jon through E-40 and Jon was a fan,… continue reading

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SD Exclusive: Casey Veggies Reveals Debut Album Details

SD Exclusive: Casey Veggies Reveals Debut Album Details

Casey Veggies, apart from a few songs and guest appearances, has had a quiet 2014. This is necessary for what he’s aiming to do in the next year with his untitled debut album. The world is waiting to hear what he has created, and Sermon’s Domain had the opportunity to get a few burning details out of him. First things first, we know Drake was hyping up “The Boy” and a guest feature was likely on the way, but it didn’t fruition. “It just didn’t come together,” he says when asked about his absence. “It didn’t get done in time…. continue reading

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SD Exclusive: Futuristic Wants To Do A Song With Jon Bellion & Andre 3000

SD Exclusive: Futuristic Wants To Do A Song With Jon Bellion & Andre 3000

Futuristic is someone who wants you to remember his name. Every artist wants that, but the difference is that he’s seemingly on the road every couple months. The Las Vegas native has put himself in a position that has seen him touring with the likes of Dizzy Wright and Hopsin, Mike Stud, Twista and more. All independently, by the way. If you ever see him on his stage, he’s bound to leave an impression. Much of his music is very hyped to match the energetic Futuristic. One of his most memorable feats is incorporating the crowd for his slam dunk…. continue reading

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SD Exclusive: Audio Push Gives Details About Their Debut Album & Producers They Worked With

SD Exclusive: Audio Push Gives Details About Their Debut Album & Producers They Worked With

Redefining yourself is an important aspect of having a lengthy career sometimes. In this generation, nobody has experienced a much better transition than Price and Oktane, known to most as the duo of Audio Push. They came at a time where the wave of jerking music was in abundance, but this fad faded away and, with it, many acts as well. These two weren’t going to allow that, because they knew they had skills. Over the last couple years, Audio Push showed us what they’re made of and why we should start paying attention. Come As You Are is their… continue reading

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