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Monday, June 22, 2015

Detroit on Fire (Hip-Hop video game) featuring Seven the General & more


Be sure to use the "Seven the General" character on July 18, 2015 available for PC/Mac/DLC


In the Detroit rap world, an emcees "Credibility is Everything". Being apart of that culture, Young entrepreneur Shannon Williams has invented a video game (fight) using the most credible Detroit based emcees. The game has free & story modes, where Emcees battle their way through Detroit's grueling and at times violent, underground rap scene using some of the most notable and legendary Detroit Emcees as characters.

DOF's Initial release will be on PC only, however the game is compatible with Xbox controllers. Boasting 70+ emcees and personalities as well as 10+ historic venues. We here, look forward to its July 2015 release and Salute the genius of not just Detroit's emcees but of its entire way of being.

- Seven the General  

For more information & release follow @SeventheGeneral & @DetroitOnFireVideoGame 
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Thursday, June 11, 2015

Detroit Hip Hop reaches the walls of the DIA (Detroit Institute of Arts) with Seven the General & Nick Speed




Celebrity photographer Jenny Risher documents Detroit's hip hop history for the Detroit Institute of Arts. Having already captured the likes of Eminem, Trick Trick, Black Milk, Danny Brown & the Brusier Brigade, the New York/Detroit native was quoted as saying "I was researching the archives of the DIA for a Motown music piece when I noticed there was no account of the Hip-Hop of Detroit." With that she begin to enlist a select group of Detroit's most legendary and historic hip hop icons. Over the next few days Awesome Dre will be added to the historic photo series that includes legends such as Esham, Royce da 59' and more of the cities great artist who have contributed to the imprint that is known as Detroit Hip Hop. - Seven the General

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

The Independent Music Business

#SevAdvice.... In All actuality anyone who writes produces and records songs is in the Music Business.... However the Industry is a different thing! The industry is controlled by 4 major labels EMI, Universal Music Group, Sony BMG & Warner Music group! They have controlled the market share for years based on their ability to distribute physical albums! 

If signed the Artist is responsible for all unsold product which the record store gets to hold your money  for a year as they SEE if your ish gone sell at a Target in Boise Idaho where you spent no promotion $ smh! They send ALL unsold albums back at full price which comes out the artist money! 

So let's say, they say, Wayne shipped Platinum today... Well if after a year Wayne don't sell all those albums in Boise and 100,000 come back at full price, he didn't actually GO platinum... He SHIPPED platinum... Now he wants to see the books right? In this new industry, those distributors are obsolete a lot of new artist aren't signed, this is why they give away music free.. They live off shows and merch! We spend thousands of dollars on music only to sell it for $.99! You need a million fans to make a mill ... Fug that, I'm a hustler, I concentrate on a small portion off the whole, attack it until it totally submits, then move on to the next quarter and before you know it you got it Half beat! 

Moral of the story? ..., Know the Business, Own Your Shit, Invest in Self ... Keep your eyes on your on paper...

Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Kanye Must Die (starring Seven the General & Myron Watkins | Short film about a man's obsession with Kanye West

A frustrated hip-hop producer becomes obsessed with the idea that Kanye West has stolen his music, goaded on by his recently paroled cousin whose goal is to obtain their grand parents estate and the Machiavellian advice of "The 48 Laws of Power"

Inspired by such classic American cinema as "Taxi Driver", "Kanye Must Die" is an independent short film written and directed by Al Profit. Shot in a single day around Detroit, KYMD is a truly "Hip Hop" movie in the best sense of the word--pure passion and creativity.

Starring: Seven the General, Myron Watkins, & Acacia Turner.
Executive produced and produced by Al Profit, Don Overton, and Carla Overton.