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For all of you Chronic 2001 fans you may not be familiar with the name Six2 but you've been playing him for years, he was featured on the track entitled "Xxplosive", check out the link I've provided, it's his Reverb Nation Page, have a listen to some of his tracks, they're just as ill as his stuff on Dre's album, you won't be sorry!!!!! If you like what you hear then let him know there or hit him up personally at his Facebook page

XXXplosive New Interview

Prepare for the rise of Fort Worth, Texas’ own Six2, who you may have heard on West Coast classic, Chronic 2001. The rapper Six2, who is named for his height, tells us a little more about himself and what he’s working on. Although some mistake the rapper for an LA lyricist, Six2 is actually a product of “Funky Town” Fort Worth, Texas. His first exposure to hip hop came from his older brother who trained him early on with classics like KRS-One and NWA. Their “Gangsta Gangsta” is what inspired Six2 to begin writing. The artist got his start with El,Dog they collaborated on GenaCide with tracks like “Waste Uva Color”. Erotic D introduced him to fellow Texas rapper Tracy Curry, better known as The D.O.C. It was The D.O.C is who plugged Six2 with rap legend Dr. Dre. Six2 is featured on Chronic 2001 hits “Xxplosive” and “Bitch Nigga”, which feature Dr. Dre, Kurupt, Nate Dogg and Hitman. The well-respected rapper has written songs for The Pussycat Dolls, “Wait A Minute”, as well as worked closely with multi talented producer and rapper Timbaland on the first Shock Value. The skill of Six2 allows him to come off to his audience as a conversationalist who rhymes. “I feel that rap has lost its message, rappers no longer have substance. Now it’s all about what you have and where you go, poppin’ bottles in the club…but I plan to change all that.” Six2 wants the hip hop community to see him has the hit contributing artist that he is. His latest project, Concrete Evidence is available on iTunes and eworldent.com. The album is a personal stamp for Six2, letting people know what he is capable of doing musically. Concrete Evidence features icons such as The D.O.C, Snoop Dogg, and Houston’s Devin the Dude. Look for Six2 to continue xxploding through your speakers. Support his music on iTunes and follow him on Twitter @six2music. Bass up. Mikey out. -@miikeyrox Follow @six2music and visit him on Myspace at http://www.myspace.com/sixtwogorilla

Po Politickin

Po: Thanks for stopping by Po Politickin. Six2: Thanks for having me. For the first question, could you discuss your background? Six2: I am from a neighborhood called Stop Six in Fort Worth, Texas. How was it growing up in Fort Worth, Texas? Six2: It was Cool, But it was rough too. Due mainly to drugs and gang Violence. Which thankfully is not as bad now as it was then. Now they have programs for kids to go to and spend their time so they are not in the streets as much. How did you become involve with hip hop? Six2: I grew up listing to all sorts of different music. In my teens I was in a group called GenaCide (Six2 & El Dog). We had a single called "Tha City" from the Album "Waste uva Color" that got a big buzz on the local radio station and then thanks to Greg Street spreading it throughout the South. The feeling I got from that let me know This is what I was wanted to do. Po: With over ten millions album sold, many refer to you as hip-hop’s most famous unknowns. How does this label make you feel? Six2: Pissed Off, But it's cool. Everyone will know the business soon enough. Over 10 Million people do know who I am they just didn't have a face to go with the music Because I was writing for other people like Timbaland, The Pussy Cat Dolls, and Diddy. Po: I read that you were all over Dr. Dre’s Chronic 2001 album. How was that experience? Six2: It wasn't like anything else. To do something on that level was amazing. I learned alot. Po: While writing many hits for various artists, I heard the business side of this industry got you and you did not financial gain what you were suppose to? Could you discuss this? Six2: No. I did not. Let me put it this way. I was Young, anxious to get away from a lot of the kaos that was around me at the time. So I rushed the process. I didn't have no lawyers, no team behind me, nothing just a pen and a pad. What business advice would you give to aspiring artists? Six2: Get you a team of people that have your back 107% and want it for you just as bad as you do. READ YOUR PAPERWORK! With a LAWYER. Po: I notice you just released a new mixtape entitled “Concrete Evidence”. Could you tell us about it? Six2: Well it is a Street Album entitled "Concrete Evidence" It is like a teaser of Shit that I am working on like "Monsta" (Six2, Yung Lott, and Faddy Daddy) you can catch the video on MTV.com, MTV2, and MTVJams. I have a song on there with Nate Dogg " Concrete Jungle". Jazze Pha did the beat for that one. I got a song on there with Ice Cube, Mc Ren, The D.O.C, and Snoop Dogg called "The Sh*t". The list goes on. So check it out it's got a little of everything. Any other projects in the works? Six2: I'm always working. Po: Outside of music, what other interests do you have? Six2: Currently I don't have time for anything but Music. Po: Once again, thanks for stopping by. Any words for your fans and supporters?

Six2: I appreciate the love. Keep Listing, To fail is not an option!, Follow me on Twitter@six2music. Check out my Website download the music @ www.six2music.com


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