Tuesday, August 31, 2010
I'm a blogger for Miunex.com and this blog as well. I interviewed Mickey Factz back in April. We talked a good amount of things ranging from freestyles to comics to XXL Lists. A must read, in my opinion, if your a Mickey Factz fan.
Check the interview here.
Also were gonna be unveiling a pretty big Mickey Factz related announcement on that site tomorrow. I'll post in on this site later but check out the site tomorrow at about 3 P.M. for the announcement.
Sunday, August 29, 2010
He talks a little about his upcoming mixtape, album, and the Hip-Hop game. He also says Jive/Battery Records fully got his back. Thats great cause we can look at the Big Boi situation as their last bad experience.
Wednesday, August 18, 2010
After about 6,809 downloads and 3,856 listens of the blog's first mixtape, the second installment is here! It features exclusive, recent and familiar tracks from Mick. The full track to "Turn It Up" from Mick's thedarkphoenix: ALPHA is featured as well. Consider this a warm up to I'm Better Than You. Shout out to NEJI for the artwork. Shout out to Mickey and all of you for the support. If you are feeling this, download his mixtapes on the right side. Enjoy. Share it!
Monday, August 16, 2010
Sunday, August 15, 2010
He talks Jive signing, his upcoming mixtape and album, and spits some accapella. The video says freestyle, but since I'm a big Mickey Factz fan I know hes spit these lines at lease twice before. I wonder what this song is called though?
Friday, August 13, 2010
Wednesday, August 11, 2010
Tuesday, August 10, 2010
Saturday, August 7, 2010
Uploaded December 31, 2009 by GFCNY's youtube channel. Mickey Factz & Stalley take a visit to DD172/The Dojo. Curren$y recorded his part for "Scaling the Building" and Wiz Khalifa spits his later in the video. They reworked it for timing issues.
Anyways Dame Dash is there. So is Mickey Factz, Stalley, Wiz Khalifa and Curren$y. He speaks knowledge to everyone, then Mickey Factz spits some sick bars over "Scaling The Building". Stalley recites "Slim's Return" off his mixtape. It's great to see that Mick was around the making of 24 Hour Karate School. If you haven't seen this yet, your in for a treat!
Everybody knows that music is not the most stable career, in any sense of the word, especially in this day and time. Being a new artist, it’s even worse, because there are so many other artists that are trying to make it in this game. The biggest fears I really had were just being homeless and out on the street.
Check the rest here!