Category: Started From The Bottom

E Skille – Life As I Live It

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E Skille also known as Duce Infinit, is a independent artist out of Plainfield, NJ. He and a group of high school friends started their own company, R Doublen N LLC in early 2000 and subsequently released a few projects over the years under the group name R Double N. Fast forward to present time and E Skille still continues his grustle for creating music that resonates with audiences that have seen their share of both good and bad times.

His latest project, “Life As I Live It”, is a culmination of the E Skille life experience. E gives us a critical breakdown on some of his joints on his newest release.

Don’t Stop Now (Track 2) “This is a good representation of the mixtape because it’s real life. From being bullied as a kid to dealing with grown man relationships. I want to give insight to my life and this song does exactly that.”

Outlaw (Track 10) – “The first song I wrote and recorded upon getting out of prison. Tells the story of being locked up and getting out trying to stay out while being on paper (Parole). True life is what I bring to light on this song and every song I write.”

FalseHoods (Track 12) – “This was was written while being locked up. Wondering where I went wrong to put me in the type of situations I find myself in. Trying to stay on the straight and narrow this song reminds me to just put things in God’s hands.”

“Life As I Live It”, includes features from some up and coming indie artists including Disz1D, Midus, Moon, Honey, Fadeaway, Ellie Goulding and Eli tha Projek. E Skille is currently working on his debut album and plans to release at least one mixtape a month to keep consistent and get his name out there. For more info on E Skille, check out GrustleTV.com and follow him via twitter @Eskille200.

E SKILLE – LIFE AS I LIVE IT (MIXTAPE)

Big Doxx – Real Spit

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Thanks to social media forums such as Facebook and Twitter, you can find some really passionate artists within the culture we love called Hip-Hop. A link for Real Spit by Big Doxx caught my attention in a Facebook post. I’m always open to give obscure artists a listen because radio tends to beat the listener in the head ad nausea um with mediocrity.
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