SD Interview: Michael Christmas on Netflix, The Simpsons, Wrestling, New Project & More

SD Interview: Michael Christmas on Netflix, The Simpsons, Wrestling, New Project & More

Michael Christmas just finished up his first major tour look alongside Logic’s Under Pressure tour. The 20-year-old Boston native made a splash with his debut project, Is This Art?, last February. From there, his crafty pop culture references mixed in with humorous subject matter spread like wild fire. Several media publications deemed him an artist to watch out for last year. This has all lead up to his present where he was able to perform in front of countless sold out shows across the country. Later this year, Michael’s sophomore album will be dropping. He’s keeping things as tight lipped… continue reading

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SD Exclusive: Logic Drops Hint on TITSATOTMWSTW & Why He Uses the Rubik’s Cube

SD Exclusive: Logic Drops Hint on TITSATOTMWSTW & Why He Uses the Rubik’s Cube

Logic is in a great mental space. His debut album, Under Pressure, did 72,000 first week and over 130,000 to date. He got engaged soon after. And currently, he’s on his world tour promoting the album and spreading peace, love and positivity to every city he goes to. Thus far, a high percentage of the shows have been sold out, including Seattle where he packed out The Showbox Market (1,000 capacity) and had the energy levels all the way up. Before he hit the stage, Logic took some time out to speak with Sermon’s Domain. We discussed how the tour… continue reading

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SD Exclusive: Tech N9ne on Who He’d Do A Collaborative Album With & Greatest Concerts He’s Seen

SD Exclusive: Tech N9ne on Who He’d Do A Collaborative Album With & Greatest Concerts He’s Seen

Tech N9ne has unveiled Special Effects release date: May 5, 2015. On top of that, he dropped two records to go along with the unique pre-order that’s up. Should you want more than just the album, there is five packages ranging from $18 to $300. Best believe that the most expensive and limited edition will sell out too. There’s also rumors that Eminem will finally appear alongside the Strange Music founder on the highly anticipated “Worldwide Choppers 2.” A lot of buzz going into Special Effects, but that’s expected. Each album is placing Tech higher and higher. This world he’s… continue reading

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SD Interview: Yo Gotti Schools Us On ‘The Art Of Hustle’

SD Interview: Yo Gotti Schools Us On ‘The Art Of Hustle’

Memphis’ own Yo Gotti has a plan for 2015 after being relatively quiet in 2014. The CMG general dropped a brand new mixtape titled Concealed alongside DJ Drama yesterday and after that, the gritty emcee will drop his new album The Art Of Hustle after enjoying the success of his 2013 effort I Am, which catapulted his career in a major way. However, Gotti wants to do something different this time around. In fact, that’s his mentality with every project. “This album in particular is gonna be a lot more personal because I’m giving you a lot of my life… continue reading

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SD Exclusive: Tech N9ne on What ‘Special Effects’ Means & The Status of ‘KABOSH’

SD Exclusive: Tech N9ne on What ‘Special Effects’ Means & The Status of ‘KABOSH’

Tech N9ne is passionate. You hear it in his music, and also when he speaks. I’ve interviewed him a total of four times spanning over an hour of conversation. He loves to let people inside his head. Out of everyone in the music industry, Tech is one of the top five when it comes to sharing his vision and perfectly articulating his music through interviews. In part one of our sit-down, Tech discusses the transition into using a live band for his shows and wanting to make that permanent from now on. He also hopes to add more. While on… continue reading

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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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