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The Rappers Over Thirty (R.O.T) podcast is a supportive, motivational rap podcast for hip hop underground artists over thirty. It features music interviews, hip hop album reviews, healthy hip hop living, fanbase building, rap music business networking, and an underground hip hop radio station that plays new rap songs.

"Rap is a young man’s game" is a conspiracy that falls in line with the "Willie Lynch Letters" - Imp The Great

Rap is a multitude of things that fall under the edutainment category. A younger rapper may be able to dance and perhaps look better, but the older rapper will be able to deliver messages the younger rapper can't because of lack of experience and certain wisdoms. (R.O.T.) is open for healthy discussions with those who agree or disagree with the "Rap is a young man’s game" philosophy.

Imp The Great hosts the rap podcast (R.O.T). He's an older rapper that refused to stop rapping. This YouTube channel hosts (R.O.T) videos as well as Imp's artistic endeavors.

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The Rappers Over Thirty (R.O.T) podcast is a supportive, motivational rap podcast for hip hop underground artists over thirty. It features music interviews, hip hop album reviews, healthy hip hop living, fanbase building, rap music business networking, and an underground hip hop radio station that plays new rap songs.

"Rap is a young man’s game" is a conspiracy that falls in line with the "Willie Lynch Letters" - Imp The Great

Rap is a multitude of things that fall under the edutainment category. A younger rapper may be able to dance and perhaps look better, but the older rapper will be able to deliver messages the younger rapper can't because of lack of experience and certain wisdoms. (R.O.T.) is open for healthy discussions with those who agree or disagree with the "Rap is a young man’s game" philosophy.

Imp The Great hosts the rap podcast (R.O.T). He's an older rapper that refused to stop rapping. This YouTube channel hosts (R.O.T) videos as well as Imp's artistic endeavors.

    ROT 024 Creative Energy with MC Producer and ILL Philosophy Records Jizzm High Definition

    ROT 024 Creative Energy with MC Producer and ILL Philosophy Records Jizzm High Definition

    In this episode: “Imp The Great” explains why non-blacks who love black people and black culture should support black business. Imp plays a couple of his songs and a few exclusive unreleased songs from Ill Philosophy Records. He interviews “Jizzm High Definition” about his rap music, record label, artists, and influences. When asked about his health Jizzm tells about his bout with Covid and Kidney Stones.
    The songs of the day are:
    “Rosetta Stone” by Imp The Great
    “Workaholic” featuring Cozy Sutra, Arion Mosley and Jizzm High Definition
    “Elevated” featuring Arion Mosely and Jizzm High Definition
    “A Better Way” by Imp The Great
    “Stay Home” featuring Jizzm High Definition and Neb Luv
    “Constantine” featuring Jizzm High Definition
    Music Video Links:
    “Worldly Waze” feat. Jizzm High Definition and Kree - https://youtu.be/u47yqSHth3E (Watch Here)
    “Pure Gas” feat. X, Jizzm High Definition and Phoenix Orion - https://youtu.be/1AyCOMC0_lI (Watch Here)
    “Murderer” feat. Jizzm High Definition - https://youtu.be/1ogXYVlEyLw (Watch Here)
    “Make Moves” feat. Jizzm High Definition and Soul King - https://youtu.be/L00GZ4qkLCI (Watch Here)
    "Readers Digest" feat. Jizzm High Definition, Monstroe, DJ Jah Bluez, and Abstract Rude - https://youtu.be/IXSCcavNsr0 (Watch Here)


    The quotes of the day are:
    “Fear is a waste of creative energy. Each time you doubt yourself you block yourself from solutions and opportunities that can change your life.” - Unknown Author
    “I want the world to be better because I was here” - Will Smith


    This episode was sponsored by: www.FromRapToFilm.com
    Cash App contributions can be sent to: $RappersOverThirty or PayPal: From Rap To Film
    Pay Pal contributions can be sent to: From Rap To Film

    • 1 hr 42 min
    ROT 023 Thinking Outside the Box with C.V.E's NgaFsh

    ROT 023 Thinking Outside the Box with C.V.E's NgaFsh

    NgaFsh is a member of the “Chillin Villain Empire” (C.V.E) and the “Dynamic Duo” with his son “DJ NoWords”. He initially started rapping with “MC Spend” a rapper who would later become known as the “Bitch Better Have My Money” rapper “A.M.G”.
    NgaFsh has been producing underground albums for years, toured the states and other parts of the world. As a member of “C.V.E” he and his label mates secured a quarter million dollar record deal which was quite unique whereas they kept creative control of their music and merchandise and would have all of their masters returned to them within a couple of years.
    In this episode I play music which features NgaFsh, DJ NoWords, Rifleman, Riddlore, and Imperator. We discuss current events, healthy habits, mental health, his dealing with gangs while being bussed to school from South Central Los Angeles to Venice, the “Good Life” and “Project Blowed” open mic venues, his thinking outside the box and non-industry approach to making music.
    "NgaFsh" Official Website: http://ngafsh.blogspot.com/ (www.NgaFsh.BlogSpot.com)
    The songs of the day are:
    Fighting For Change - Imp The Great and NgaFsh (https://impthegreat.com/album/1927226/old-dog-new-tricks (Buy the album))
    This Is Hip Hop - DJ NoWords and NgaFsh
    Gimmie My Stripes Back - NgaFsh (uptempo)
    Trap Wit Us - DJ NoWords and NgaFsh
    Music The Drug - NgaFsh
    Debut - DJ NoWords and NgaFsh (slow mid tempo)
    Summer of 89 - DJ NoWords, NgaFsh, and Rifleman
    Losing Faith - DJ NoWords and NgaFsh
    How They Do Us - DJ NoWords, NgaFsh, and Riddlore
    Stay Woke - DJ NoWords and NgaFsh
    The “Dynamic Duo” EP featuring DJ NoWords and NgaFsh - https://amzn.to/2Sdpm2i (Buy Now!)
    The quotes of the day are:
    “If you don't think outside of the box, you may just get stuck inside of a cubicle.” - Eric Vance Walton
    “We often take for granted the very things that most deserve our gratitude.” – Cynthia Ozick


    This episode was sponsored by: http://www.FromRapToFilm.com (www.FromRapToFilm.com)
    Cash App contributions can be sent to $RappersOverThirty
    PayPal contributions to: From Rap To Film

    • 3 hr 56 min
    ROT 022 History Community & Politics with the first West Coast female DJ Silky D

    ROT 022 History Community & Politics with the first West Coast female DJ Silky D

    In this episode: I play multiple songs by my son “Creepy Fingers” and ask the question “What happened to his career?” I also play a dope song called “Yah Gone Hear Me” by “Roc Box”.
    My special guest interview is with the Los Angeles native and a music industry original “DJ Silky D”. She broke barriers and laid the groundwork in the streets, clubs and on the airwaves of Los Angeles for all aspiring female DJ's. She was the only female DJ welcomed by legendary West Coast party crew "Uncle Jams Army" and the first female radio mixmaster for KJLH and KDAY who announced her as the worlds first female DJ.
    “Silky D” provided her sexy voice for the unforgettable background noises for the 80's classics "Dial a Freak" and "808 Beats" by Egyptian Lover.
    She’s worked with numerous legendary music and film professionals, and went on to become a sound and stage manager, musical director, public speaker, casting assistant and PA for the “Black Stunt Men Association”,
    She’s worked with “Operation Skid Row” an organization which provides survival and living needs to the homeless and she’s received many awards as a pioneer in Hip Hop and as an Educator and for her work with the “Los Angeles Unified School District”.
    During our conversation we discussed the South Central Black Panthers, The Brown Berets, Uncle James Army, RadioTron, Impact Record Pool, Roger Clayton, G Bone, Alonzo, Jazzy Joyce, George Floyd, and the details about her being kidnapped, raped and robbed.
    The songs of the day are:
    New Generation by Creepy Fingers (Square One)- https://impthegreat.com/track/2703226/new-generation (Buy Here)
    Black Boys by Creepy Fingers (District Creepy) - https://impthegreat.com/track/2703221/black-boys (Buy Here)
    661 by Creepy Fingers (District Creepy) - https://impthegreat.com/track/2703220/661 (Buy Here)
    Cocaine by Creepy Fingers (Dysfunctional Function) - https://impthegreat.com/track/2703217/cocaine (Buy Here)
    Zip Zag by Creepy Fingers, Vinny McFly and Romeo (Square One) https://impthegreat.com/track/2703224/zig-zag (Buy Here)
    Weed by Creepy Fingers and Imp the Great (Genetics) https://impthegreat.com/track/2703223/weed (Buy Here)
    Yah Gone Hear Me by Roc Box produced by Eddie Paper and Knockout
    The quotes of the day are:
    “Of all the animals, the boy is the most unmanageable." - Plato
    “I’m tough, ambitious, and I know exactly what I want. If that makes me a bitch, okay.” - Madonna


    This episode was sponsored by: http://www.FromRapToFilm.com (www.FromRapToFilm.com)
    Cash App contributions can be sent to $RappersOverThirty or PayPal Contributions to: From Rap To Film

    • 3 hr 26 min
    ROT 021 Stuck at a Green Light with Fa'Ever The Realist

    ROT 021 Stuck at a Green Light with Fa'Ever The Realist

    In this episode: Imp interviews and plays music from “Fa’Ever the Realist”. She’s a Los Angeles based rapper, podcast host, school teacher and the granddaughter of the the late William “Blacula” Marshall”. She starred in the movie “Death by Association” and her podcast show “Stuck at a Green Light” promotes black owned businesses and gives awareness and solutions to issues in the black and brown community.
    The songs of the day are:
    Keep Ya Head Up by Imp The Great
    Gimmie The Money - Fa’Ever The Realist
    Care Less - Fa’Ever The Realist
    Material World - Fa’Ever The Realist
    The quotes of the day are:
    “An optimist is a person who sees a green light everywhere, while a pessimist sees only the red stoplight… The truly wise person is colorblind. - Albert Schweitzer
    “We are only as strong as we are united, and as weak as we are divided” - JK Rowliing


    “Fa’Ever The Realist” Links:
    http://www.faeverglitterbox.com (www.faeverglitterbox.com) (Company)
    http://www.facebook.com/faever323 (www.facebook.com/faever323) (Facebook Live)
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8mlTwDn4ovOUDsMY0ihYUw (Stuck at a Green Light )- YouTube (All Episodes) (Live)
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8mlTwDn4ovOUDsMY0ihYUw (Stuck at a Green Light) - YouTube (Music Videos)
    Paparazzi jewelry, music, etc. - http://www.FaEverGlitterBox.com (www.FaEverGlitterBox.com )
    “Stuck At A Green Light Show” 8pm p.s.t every Monday on FaceBook and YouTube Live - http://www.FaEverGlitterBox.com (www.FaEverGlitterBox.com)


    “Rappers Over Thirty” podcast listeners If you enjoy this podcast and would like to make a contribution to the podcast you can do so via the “Cash App” by sending contributions to $RappersOverThirty or PayPal contributions to From Rap To Film”

    • 1 hr 33 min
    ROT 020 The Chef, Emcee and Ghostwriter music and interview with DisMost

    ROT 020 The Chef, Emcee and Ghostwriter music and interview with DisMost

    In this episode: Imp plays music and interviews the veteran rapper “DisMost”. The unsung “Good Life” open mic venue emcee. DisMost wrote “24 Hours to Live” for Eazy E, has a song with Too Short and has toured with Ras Kas. He optioned out of signing with Dr Dre and Suge Knight and has been affiliated with DJ Bobcat. When things got hot for Puff Daddy in Los Angeles he was the chef at bad boy’s secret mansion.
    In 2020 DisMost dug into the vaults and started putting out music which inspired a renaissance with multiple projects, releases and music videos. He’s on the cusp of some futuristic music promotion and distribution. He’s a family man with a wife and two sons and now resides in the Dominican Republic.
    The songs of the day are:
    “Badder Than Bold” by DJ Jason Jump, Dismost and Akil the MC
    “Where You From” by DisMost
    “Veterans Day” by DisMost
    “Toca De Queda” by DisMost
    “Sak Pa Se” by DisMost


    The quotes of this episode are:
    “Even when I was close to defeat I rose to my feet” - Dr. Dre
    “Once “a year, go somewhere you have never been before. - Dalai Lama
    For more information on “DisMost” and his music, videos and merchandise visit his official website http://www.DisMost.com (www.DisMost.com)

    “Rappers Over Thirty” podcast listeners If you enjoy this podcast and would like to make a contribution to the podcast you can do so via the “Cash App” by sending contributions to $RappersOverThirty

    • 1 hr 57 min
    ROT 019 Confidence and Delivery Music and Interview with MAS1

    ROT 019 Confidence and Delivery Music and Interview with MAS1

    In this episode: Imp plays music and interviews his guest of the day "MAS1". Who's been in the rap game for over a decade, and is part of the groups “Rhyme Apes”, “Council of Nine”, and “Echoes of Auditory Crew”.
    "MAS1" was influence by Deep House music and artists like N.W.A, Too Short, Rapping Forte, Kris Parker and underground artists like the Heiroglyphics, Shape Shifters, and Of Mexican Decent.
    Imp and MAS1 discuss how kids effect an emcees song writing, Oscar De La Hoya, skateboarding, a dream vacation to Barcelona Spain, Chicano Studies, pollution, the alternate history of Los Angeles, environmental racism, displacement, Redlining, white flight, and the “Council of Nine” album being release on CD and a limited 100 Green and 100 yellow cassette tapes.
    The songs of the day are:
    “Fighting For Change” by Imp The Great and NgaFsh
    “Low End” by “Council of Nine”
    “Hip Hop Hegemony” by MAS1
    “Remove The Battery” by Rhyme Apes


    The quotes of this episode are:
    “There is always space for improvement, no matter how long you’ve been in the business” - Oscar De La Hoya
    "I tell students that the opportunities I had were a result of having a good educational background. Education is what allows you to stand out." - Ellen Ochoa


    “Rappers Over Thirty” podcast listeners If you enjoy this podcast and would like to make a contribution to the podcast you can do so via the “Cash App” by sending contributions to $RappersOverThirty

    • 1 hr 20 min

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