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Mega Evers / Press

“Mega EvErs new video True Talk 2, the sequel to ‘True Talk’. Terrance Creighton edited, directed, and shot this video. Off of Mega’s last release ‘No ConCept,’ which can be found here or on Dat Piff. Mega is a Georgia native who relocated during his youth to Seattle’s Central Distract area and been putting out projects for the last ten years. I just found Mega on Twitter, and it is always refreshing to find artists from the Northwest region…that don’t sound like it (I don’t mean that in a way against the Northwest but some of you got to feel me!).”

“Mega Evers is a Central District alum who this blog has been slow to come around to. The video for “True God Flow” dropped in mid-January and the mixtape on which it appears, No Concept, followed in late February. Both are here for your listening and viewing pleasure. Synth and rapid-fire hi-hats abound, so if you’re into that sorta thing I expect you’ll love it.”

“Mega EvErs, FKA MegaMan, gives us a new video of quality Seattle street shit. Keep your eye on him, the rap has always been there since I met him in the young 2000s, but only recently has he begun putting the full package together, and I’m looking forward to seeing it. Product by WHP.”

““If obstacles were optional, would you dodge them?” – Mega EvErs Moments ago, Mega EvErs dropped his music video for his newest single ‘True Talk 2.’ The song talks about Mega’s life experiences here in the NW with his family, friends and haters. Towards the end of the video you see Mega’s very own mother saying “You are the plan,” but then almost cries at the end. I think for any mother [not that I have kids,] seeing their son not give up on his dream, and take his music career into his own hands, is always going to be a proud moment. I won’t speak for ALL ladies just the ones who have told me themselves, but Mega has his own “swag” that appears in music videos, on stage, and in general conversation. I’ve yet to go to one of his shows and not see a few ladies turn red in the face. Maybe its the locks, I’m not really sure, but whatever it is it works!”

“Mega Evers is a scrappy young MC with the best name ever from the Central District; he's undeniably hood, but refreshingly, he doesn't lean on street cliches or even any gang affiliations ("I'm really not a banger / so how do I keep it gangsta")—he just spits hard. His new mixtape No Concept is front-loaded with the cuts that have gotten him some attention around here as of late, namely "Ambition", "Self Paid", and "True God Flow". The production is a touch generic, the mix a little uneven, but Mega's raps and hooks shine.”

“When I found out Mega EvErs was dropping a new Mixtape this Friday, (February 28th) I felt it was only right for me to ask him a couple of questions to get a better insight on what we have to come, seeing that it’s been a while since he last dropped a mixtape.”

“Last night I met this dude Mega Evers at my guy Billy the Kid's video shoot on Capitol Hill. Like an hour later I'm at the Juice Radio Bday event a Barboza and this cat comes on stage and kills it. I had to check out some of his material online and I'm really feelin this one here. The boy's got bars. Special shout outs to the Central District backdrop in the video and the Nate Robinson reference. ”

“The guy Mega Evers put out a new video for his song "True God Flow", which follows him around the country on his most recent tour (well a couple of shows in Atlanta and back home in Seattle, anyway), and gives a little peek into his life. His production could use an update, but his lyrics are generally upper shelf, so the future looks good.”

“Mega EvErs is a realist and — crucially, when skies are gray — an optimist. I know so many quality local musicians on food stamps eking out minimal existences, cash-wise. It's a humiliating life if you think about it the wrong way, especially this holiday season, with people killing themselves because they don't have enough money to buy gifts. Mega reminds us to think about it the right way. Which is to think about the future, think about goals, and how you have to change something in your brain if you want to see differences in real life.”

“Central District MC Mega EvErs—who used to go by the nom de mic Mega Man—is spitting distance from the Medgar Evars pool on Jackson in this video. He's got the gift of vivid wordplay—"I was raised in hell by hell raisers, from K to 12th grade I seen K's and 12 gauges"—but sneaks in some bars that I'm not hearing from enough young cats, specifically shit like: I been here, nigga, I paid my dues Got brothers in the pen cuz they break the rules ...Damn. all behind that dope game (What they gon' do when they get out, bro?) I hope, change Shit that cats need to hear, at least more than the usual money-by-any-means nihilism, that ol' street-backed White supremacy. Keep it goin'. (H/T to my dude Duck AKA 11:30 AKA Lake Freeman.)”

“Mega Evers—is spitting distance from the Medgar Evars pool on Jackson in this video. He's got the gift of vivid wordplay”

“It’s Tacoma vs. Seattle as Tha Syndicate takes on Mega EvErs for a shot at an interview in Fresh Coast Faceoff #68! Your votes will determine which artist will be interviewed next, but remember that you can only vote once. Getting your friends involved is the only way to get your artist the win!”

“Though the video is nearing two months old, I've been watching/listening to it a ton lately, which makes it relevant in my mind. Plus: it's dope. It's another good looking vid from the filmmakers at Boom Tee Vee, and both the song ("Self Made") and visual accompaniment seem like a mission statement for local MC Mega. He tells us about his undying drive (or at least that of a "NASCAR participant") to get money, and takes us around his neighborhood (the Central District) with some of his guys. The beat, which the Youtube description credits White Hot for, fits nicely, and lines like "When bars I spit are that hard, ni**a, that's called imprisonment," make me wish I'd heard of this guy sooner. Get familiar. ”

"Thats a nice look... Small but you go hard like Nate Robinson... lol"- DJ Kun Luv


“Doing Some work with King Dro, M-Eaze, and Lisa Dank. Got some future collabs happening with Seven Swag of the So Hood Mobb!!!!”


“Go Hard Or Go Home...I aint Been Home In Oh So Long”


“Mega and his GMC/SLAP camp has released 13 buzzworthy mixtapes since the beginning of their reign. Mega has dropped 5 mixtapes worth having in your ipod.”

Chi Rily - Seattle Street Heat

“hi babe, i've had a listen to your work and yes!!!! i'm liking your style, you got great music, you found yourself a new fan here in the u.k. and you look great 2, *IF U LIKE MY MUSIC i would appreciate your fan support in return, i'll let my friends know all about you 2, g/bless, charleena xx ”

“In Recent News Rapper Mega Man aka A.T. was arrested at La Guardia airport for possesion of a loaded pistol. The rapper was in New York City on business with fellow labelmate AKshun tha Don. They met with other rap artist such as Jim Jones of Dipset Bryd Gang and JR Writer to collab. Mega was released on bail and has told Seattle Jargon Magizine that he is working on an album and more focused than he has ever been...”

Shanise Sanchez - Seattle Jargon Magazine

“Mega Man, a performer backed by a group of men he calls his “bodyguards” rapped about the usual things (money, the police, and his homies) and threw a stack of his own business cards into the crowd calling it “quick advertising.””