#TOSPodcast EP.116 – Presence over Presents feat. @PremiumPete
In this week’s episode of THE OFFICIALLY STREET PODCAST, Syer and Jayomega interviewed Premium Pete of “The Premium Pete Show”. Pete talks about his journey from hustling in the streets and doing time in prison, to becoming good friends with legendary artists such as Bun B, L.L Cool J, Prodigy (R.I.P), and more. He told story after story, explaining why you can never have enough soap in jail, the importance of knowing your role, the importance of believing in yourself, how and why he got into sneaker collecting, how and why he stayed out of prison when he came home, and why the time you spend with your children and loved ones is more valuable than any gift you can buy. He dropped countless gems this episode, so press play, soak in some knowledge, share some laughs, and enjoy. Tell a friend to tell a friend.
On this episode of THE OFFICIALLY STREET PODCAST, Jayomega and Syer had the pleasure and privilege of sitting down with Eric and Jeff of ItsTheReal …IN THEIR HOME! They learn about their journey from recording mixtapes and making home movies at day camp as kids, to taking over YouTube with hip hop sketch comedy, to hosting a podcast, to putting out an album, selling out SOBs, and so much more. They spoke about how Eric worked for Lacoste and Jeff worked for a magician. So many great stories and jokes shared in this episode; we had a great time and can’t wait for you to click play and enjoy!
What’s good refs? In this installment of The Official Street Podcast, they bring on their guest and friend Breon to discuss the Golden Globes (sort of), then the “New York vs Down South” debate that took social media by storm, what direction hip-hop is going today, Kanye West’s anticipated album, and more! Listen Comment and Share
Syer and Jayomega discuss the happenings of what proved to be one of THE MOST unlucky Friday the 13ths in history. Also, Ronda Rousey gets knocked out, Charlie Sheen reveals that he has HIV, and Billboard 100 reveals their TOP 10 rap artists in history EVER–and of course we have to talk about #TWD. What do you guys think?
Happy Black Friday! We hope everyone enjoyed their Thanksgiving. We’re calling this episode #SurvivorSeries because we’ve decided to bring a new segment to the show where we tell survivor stories of our past. We also discuss “survivors” Charlie Sheen, Lamar Odom, and spoiler alert–Glenn from the #TWD. Let us know what you guys ate for Thanksgiving dinner, and what deals you all found for Black Friday.
In this episode of The Officially Street Podcast, Syer and Jayomega discuss Chiraq, Celebrity Beef (50 Cent – Vivica A. Fox) and Yeezy Season. Be sure to join the conversations by sending an email via email@example.com and/or following their pages on twitter.
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SPAM Syer with Killer Tomatoes! 🍅🍅🍅🍅🍅🍅
In this episode of The Officially Street Podcast, Syer and Jayomega discuss a benchmark moment in they’re early podcasting careers; making it to the “New and Noteworthy” section for podcasts on iTunes. They express their sincere gratitude by shouting out almost all of their most frequent listeners and top supporters to date. They review the latest episode of The Walking Dead, provide an update on the Meek Mill/Wale beef, and also give their opinion on the differences between Hip-Hop during the 90s, 2000s, and today. Be sure to join the conversations by sending an email via firstname.lastname@example.org and/or following their pages on twitter.
In this installment of The Officially Street Podcast, Syer and Jayomega invite guest and radio personality Cherry Poppins (@ImCherryPoppins) to discuss their views on the Wale/Meek Mill/MMG beef, the evolution of podcasting, how the sound of Hip-Hop has drastically changed over the years, and MUCH MORE. Cherry also takes us behind the scenes of the REVOLT conference that took place in Miami last week. Catch Cherry Poppins hosting her show “Heart to Heart” on 90.3 WESS ESU College Radio every Tuesday night @ 10pm.
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“Welcome welcome welcome”. On episode 7 of The Officially Street Podcast, Syer and Jayomega welcome guest and friend Chris Bomar aka “C-Bo” from “For The Love of The Game Sports Podcast” (FTLOTGSports.com). Follow them on all social media sites at @FTLOTGSports and be sure to subscribe and rate if you are sports fans. In this episode, Syer, Jayomega and C-Bo discuss A LOT OF HOT TOPICS. Everything from their thoughts on last week’s episode of #TWD, Drake’s music video to “Hotline Bling”, all the way to their top 5 Hip Hop artists EVER as well as top 5 NBA players EVER. Please remember to Subscribe if you haven’t, rate if you haven’t, and share with your friends. We appreciate you. –TOS Podcast“
“Welcome back to The Officially Street Podcast. In episode 5, Syer and Jayomega bring guest and friend Mike Castle to the show to discuss topics such as Victor Cruz’s fiance and side chicks, Matt Barnes’ beef with Derrick Fisher, Underground rappers and their approach to “being heard”, and more. They even provide an update on the twitter beef between JP and Benzino, so you’ll definitely want to hear this! As usual, please Subscribe and Rate the podcast on iTunes, hit the heart and re-post on Soundcloud, and thank you for listening. Don’t forget to visit www.officiallystreet.com for all things “Street Official”. TOD PODCAST
Welcome to ‘The Introduction’. This is Officially Street Podcast’s very first episode! We hear the conversations between Syer and Jayomega. In this pilot episode, they discuss sex, music, ‘Straight Out of Compton’, tattoos, fashion, and many other hot topics! Please leave feedback on the comment section on their soundcloud, and if you enjoy, subscribe. Like them on FACEBOOK. Expect episode two Friday, September 18.
Anything can inspire a beat, you just need the right sample. Samples can be quotes from a movie, soundtracks to video games and audio of passed interviews. Its common to have a few people inspire by the same thing. I decided to create a Poll to who sampled it better. This session we’ll concentrate on Kingdom Hearts II Intro with Utada Hikaru Sanctuary. Here’s how the intro looks and sounds like:
Alright, so you have the feel for Utada Hikaru Sanctuary. I’m a huge fan of the Kingdom Hearts Series and I love this song truly. What’s even better, I was able to find four artist who used this sample one way or another in their track. I was pretty impressed by the different versions of this track. Here are your options of Who Sampled It Better?
Jayomega was inspired by the original song when he first heard it on the opening credits of “Kingdom Hearts 2”, a popular Disney inspired RPG that released for Playstation 2 in 2005. Jayomega originally released “Sanctuary” on his mixtape “Ready Set Go 2: Going Going Gone“, but could never fully promote it as it violated some copyright laws. Jayomega sent me the track and advised him he should really get to remaking that beat to generate the song. But instead of using the same lyrics, he went in. Jayomega’s flow meets the pace to Syer amazing production skills.
Blizzi Boi adds to his Oceanic Music collection his track Sanctuary. This beat was sent to Blizzi Boi from a female vocalist. She wanted him to write the song and set the tone. Being a huge fan of the Kingdom Hearts series, he couldn’t turn it down. Oceanic Music sets a smooth fantasy almost trap r&b type of love song. Inspired by ocean life, R&B music and fantasy. Blizzi liked it so much he actually ended up completing the song. One thing I really like was how he started the track.. “I feel alive, when I’m with you! Just want to be inside your sanctuary”. Its pretty dope he flipped Utada’s line and made it his own.
Even though this track was created over 4 years ago, XV brings us his version of Sanctuary. I noticed there wasn’t any reference to Kingdom Hearts, but there is some type of reference I believe in his hook. See for yourself: “Not everybody lives, but everybody dies. So while a nigga here, I’m shooting for the sky. Landing on the moon, walking on the sun. Taking over the game, give it back when we done“. It’s more of an inspirational and motivational track. Titled WHEN WE’RE DONE, this track was the first leak off his Zero Heroes EP. Produced By Seven, I really like how that song inspired him to make this beat.
We even have a mainstream artist using this sample. French Montana SANCTUARY off of his mixtape MAC & CHEESE 3. I find it doubt that Frech Montana mentions this in his track: “You know what I mean? Its sanctuary baby. You know they say it’s the game of life and you don’t get to play it twice.” I feel this can be a reference to the Kingdom Hearts 2 since he mention a game and playing it twice. Who didn’t play that game twice. Black Metaphor is the producer on the beat. I like how he was able to maintain the sample at the beginning of the track, which really set the overall tone. Thought it was cool how melodic French became with the hook and bridges. French emphasizes the growth of his network, and the capabilities to splurge it, living that good life.
So here comes your job! Please pick one of your favorite versions of Utada Hikaru’s Sanctuary off of one of the biggest games in video game history Kingdom Hearts II. You need to decided from Jayomega, Blizzi Boi, XV, and Frech Montana. In 3 weeks I’ll announce who was your favorite!
[BRONX,NY- EASTBURG,PA] Rapper/Producer Syer released this track called BEEN DOING featuring artist Jayomega. I recommend you play this track when you’re out partying. I can hear this playing at the club, most definitely. The BEEN DOING track was featured on his Soundcloud through his ESSO Fridays! Syer also released his mixtape called Coming For The Crown Vol 3, fourteen tracks that we’re produced and created himself. Jayomega makes an appearance on the mixtape three times. If you like this track by Syer let him know via his social media accounts.
[BRONX, NEW YORK] JAYOMEGA releases his latest track IT’S MY TIME. Inspired by 2Chainz mixtape Tru REALigion, using the hook as inspiration from one of his songs on that tape. It’s pretty dope that JAYOMEGA has some lines referencing to Dragon Ball Z. IT’S MY TIME was produced by SYER. He’s pretty confident in his lyrics. He just wants to show the world of Hip-Hop that it’s his time to come. What do you think of his track?