Made Famous TV is a hip-hop based media platform that highlights the latest trends in entertainment while showcasing some of the most promising upcoming musicians. We believe that promoting current trendsetters and influencers along with the next wave of talent is vital to the continuing success of “the culture”.
Rene Bonét Interview
Made Famous TV caught up with songstress and songwriter Rene Bonét. Also known by her Bully Barbé moniker, the singer discussed how she uses the alter ego as a way to exploit her alternate personality by way of her music. In 2021, she brought that to full fruition with the release of her "Love in 5D" and "Bully Barbé" projects. Originally from the DMV area, Rene now resides in Atlanta, Georgia. She admitted to relocating to Atlanta in pursuit of her music career. Now a hallmark of Atlanta's indie music scene, Rene revealed that she has garnered a tremendous amount of notoriety since starting southern musical journey. Watch the full interview on Made Famous TV via Youtube.com
Dr. Troy Byer graced the Made Famous TV Podcast for a candid one-on-one conversation!
Made Famous TV continues to build its platform, adding to its catalog with interviews from some of the most promising up-and-coming talent along with already established trailblazers in the entertainment industry. This time, Dr. Troy Byer graced the Made Famous TV platform for a candid one-on-one conversation where she discussed her ups-and-downs as an actress, and transitioning in studying clinical psychology. Known for her role as Baby Doll in the 90s urban classic film “The Five Heartbeats”, Dr. Troy explained how she landed the role in the film, and she admitted that she is still sometimes referenced by her character’s name in the film. Entering show business at an early age, Dr. Troy revealed that she overcame a few challenges during the genesis of her career. Watch the full interview exclusively on Made Famous TV via Youtube.com
Chief Shake: Speaks on his single No Deal, Moving from Mississippi to Shreveport,LA!
Made Famous TV sat down with up and coming Artist Chief Shake. He started out rapping in the group American Gang, being from the small town of Waynesboro, Mississippi. Moving to Shreveport, Louisiana, being a father, his outlook on the music industry. He also speaks on his single "No Deal" doing very well on Youtube and his passion for writing. He also got very candid in this interview, revealing the experiences he had while trying to balance relationships, his professional roles Watch the full interview on Made Famous TV Youtube Channel, you can hear the audio on Spotify.
Interview with P.U.R.P
Made Famous TV sat down with up-and-coming southern emcee P.U.R.P. for a candid conversation about his musical journey. A Mississippi native, P.U.R.P. explained how he was introduced to music, how he ultimately began emceeing, and how he got into music engineering. He also elaborated on how his style differs from many of his southern counterparts, and he gave insight on some of the pros and drawbacks of being unique. Now a resident of Atlanta and a graduate of The Art Institute of Atlanta, P.U.R.P. is striving to take his career to greater heights. Watch the full interview on Made Famous TV YouTube Channel!
Interview with OG Tha6
Mississippi emcee OG Tha6 (pronounced Thag) recently sat down for a one-on-one interview with Made Famous TV. During this intimate conversation, the rapper discussed being an entrepreneur, a father, and how his musical journey landed him in the Lone Star State of Texas. Falling in love with the art of music as a teenager, Tha6 admits that rapping will always be a passion of his. However, he remains open to other ventures including taking on an executive role in the music industry, and continuing to build his clothing brand, Skyline Republic, which he is a co-owner of. Watch the full interview on Made Famous TV via Youtube.com
Interview with DJ MLK
Recently Made Famous TV sat down with Atlanta’s own DJ MLK. Known for his “Goodnight Don’t Exist in ATL” mixtape series, MLK discussed how his extensive journey as a disc jockey garnered him attention on both Atlanta’s club scene and mixtape circuit, then ultimately landing a permanent placement as Grammy winning artist T.I.’s official tour deejay. A well accomplished deejay, he admitted that there are still some things on his bucket list, including following along the footsteps of some of his peers and releasing his own album, likely as early as 2021. One of the first singles from his upcoming debut, he says, will feature T.I. and Lil’ Baby. He also got very candid in this interview, revealing the experiences he had while trying to balance relationships, his professional role, and being a well known socialite. Watch the full interview on Made Famous TV via Youtube.com